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    First Time Sailor

    First Time Sailor

    My first time sailing was actually just before I entered my Junior year of college when I joined my grandfather (y’all know him as Bob Bitchin’) at the Pacific Northwest Cruisers Weekend.

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    Traveling the World by Cargo Ship

    Traveling the World by Cargo Ship

    Many of us are always eager to travel (“duh”, you might say). That’s why we read Cruising Outpost, and that’s why we take every chance we get and explore a new destination. Well, I’ve been on a budget for sometime now, and although I am fortunate that I have friends I can stay with in […]

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    Cruising the Abaco Islands: Hope Town

    Cruising the Abaco Islands: Hope Town

    It was a destination that rivaled all others. Hope Town, Abaco was not only the picturesque bahamian spot to pick up a mooring ball, but it was a place worth spending two nights of a short week-long trip. Again, we had our scares when it came to getting into port. This time, it wasn’t just […]

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    Cruising the Abaco Islands: Man-O-War Cay

    Cruising the Abaco Islands: Man-O-War Cay

    Man-O-War Cay was a place like no other. It had it’s own unique charm that somewhat resembled what I imagine the south was like 70 years ago. Man-O-War was our second to last stop on the last leg of our journey. Known for the fact it was an island that did not sell booze, quite […]

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    Cruising The Abaco Islands: Little Harbour

    Cruising The Abaco Islands: Little Harbour

    Our adventure starts off at the Dream Yacht Charter Marina in Marsh Harbor, Great Abaco Island, Bahamas. It’s the beginning of November and although we are on the verge of the season, the rain clouds are here to stay. I hadn’t been on a monohull in a few years and while the other four boats […]

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    Breathtaking Marinas Around The World

    Breathtaking Marinas Around The World

    Some cool marinas that you may want to visit the next time you happen to be out on the high seas.

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    Lost Island: Mauritius

    Lost Island: Mauritius

    Officially known as the the Island of Mauritius (Recently, many people have been referring to it as the island with a waterfall under the sea) is a nation in the Indian Ocean about 1,200 mi off the southeast coast of Africa. The island is part of the Republic of Mauritius which includes the islands of […]

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    Halloween Around the World

    Halloween Around the World

    October is finally upon us and Halloween is just around the corner (So is Thanksgiving and Christmas/ Hanukkah/ Kwanzaa for that matter). Since many fellow Outposters are near and far, we wanted to share with you different ways that people celebrate around the world and at sea. Halloween Beginnings: Today’s Halloween customs are thought to […]

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    Lost Islands: Fernando de Noronha

    Lost Islands: Fernando de Noronha

    The Islands of Frenando de Noronha are a chain of 21 volcanic islands that lie in the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of Brazil. The largest island is about 7 sq. miles and is the only populated island with approx. 3,500 inhabitants. (Can you guess the name of the main island?- It’s Fernando de Noronha!). The […]

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    Shipwrecks Around the World

    Shipwrecks Around the World

    It is estimated by the United Nations that there are more than 3 million shipwrecks around the world. Each of these vessels are a piece of history that tells a great tale of what once was. Some of these vessels are beached, while others you’ll need to take dive into the big blue to see. […]

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    Lost Island: Koh Yao Noi, Thailand

    Lost Island: Koh Yao Noi, Thailand

    | August 24, 2013

    Despite millions of people visiting Thailand each year, there are still islands untouched by mass tourism. Koh Yao Noi, meaning “Big Yao Island” is considered one of the last areas of Thailand that you can explore in a single afternoon. Situated in the middle of Phang Nga Bay, less than 4,500 people populate the island of […]

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    Giethoorn, Netherlands (18 Pictures)

    Giethoorn, Netherlands (18 Pictures)

    Roads? You don’t need no stinking roads! Giethoorn is a village in the Dutch province of Overijssel (Central-Eastern Netherlands). Giethoorn is known as carefree town known in the Netherlands. “Venice of the North” or “Venice of the Netherlands” as it is called. It became locally famous, especially after 1958, when the Dutch film maker Bert […]

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    Destination: Zihuatanejo, Mexico (12 Pictures)

    Destination: Zihuatanejo, Mexico (12 Pictures)

    With a name that might be intimidating to pronounce right off the bat, Zihuatanejo (zee-what-a-nay-who) Mexico is a cruisers harbor through and through. Many cruisers keep their boats there during the winter since it is consider a relatively safe and beautiful bay. The bay has five beaches including: Playa del Puerto aka La Playa Principal (located […]

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    Lost Islands: Tuvalu

    Lost Islands: Tuvalu

    Tuvalu, formerly known as the Ellice Islands, is a Polynesian island nation located in the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Australia. It comprises three reef islands and six true atolls and Its nearest neighbors are Kiribati, Nauru, Samoa and Fiji. It has a population of a little more than 12,000 residents, which makes it the […]

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    Lost Islands: Faroe Islands, Denmark

    Lost Islands: Faroe Islands, Denmark

    The Faroe islands are a place that look like the setting for “Game of Thrones” or “The Hobbit”. These islands take you back in time with their majestic green mountains and deep blue seas. A part of Denmark, the islands are situated between Iceland and Norway. The islands are astonishingly well-connected and are easy to navigate.

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    Chipping Norton – A Landlocked Yachtclub

    Chipping Norton – A Landlocked Yachtclub

    “Just like the tides of the sea, the tide of the soul is beyond our control as well.” This has certainly proved to be the case for a group of well heeled people in the rather affluent and beautiful Oxfordshire market town of Chipping Norton. Chipping Norton has always been popular among the hunting and […]

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    Cruisers Are Welcome at the Port of Delcambre’s North Pier Marina

    Cruisers Are Welcome at the Port of Delcambre’s North Pier Marina

    The small community of Delcambre, Louisiana, in the heart of Cajun Country, is now accepting overnight and multi-day stays for recreational boaters traveling the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (GIWW). Located in south central Louisiana, Delcambre is only six miles north of mile marker 145 on the GIWW. The new Port of Delcambre’s North Pier Marina opened […]

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    The Bocas del Toro boatyard construction is underway

    The Bocas del Toro boatyard construction is underway

    One of the kewlest kruising grounds anywhere is about to get even better. The Bocas del Toro archipelago in Panama which features just about anything a sailor desires, is about to get a first-class boatyard. The bulldozer and dump trucks are working vigorously and the cement truck is just behind the mangroves awaiting its turn. […]

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