The World Cruising and Sailing Wiki is a free, online world cruising guide developed by cruisers, for cruisers. This Cruising Wiki already contains almost 4,000 pages and has already had 250,000 page views - and growing fast
The World Cruising Wiki contains information about world ports, country immigration and customs procedures, local weather info, radio nets, approaches and navigation, ocean passages, marinas, yacht clubs, anchorages, photos, chartlets, ... and much more
. It also contains general information about sailing, radio, yacht maintenance, safety at sea, cruisers blogs, etc., etc.
The World Cruising Wiki is being developed by cruisers all around the world - contributing information about regions that they know (in the true cruiser's spirit) so that others who follow in their wake can benefit. The resource can remain completely up to date as contributors can edit/update information online, 24/7.
Most sections are set up and ready for editing. MANY sections are already VERY usable. Bring out the hidden "cruising guide writer" in you and help this already fantastic resource to grow further - share the information that you have (as others have). Even correcting grammar and spelling mistakes is a very valuable contribution.
Please become involved - let me know if anything is missing so that I can add any additional pages/sections.
Spread the word amongst the cruising community about this useful resource.
GRAB A PAGE AND BUILD IT!
Cruising and Sailing Wiki
- see the "Contents" page for a full list of the contents.