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Escaping it all to sail the Caribbean - CNN.com
Sitting in mind-numbing traffic, dealing with another deadline at work, feeling stuck in a concrete city, you may start hearing that little voice that says, "Wouldn't it be nice to quit your job and go sailing around the Caribbean?"
Lagoon Seventy 7 - The aircraft carrier on a peaceful mission
The Lagoon Seventy 7 is a luxurious 23m catamaran, designed by VPLV, Patrick Le Quément and Nauta Design (interior).
The DynaRig is a modern version of a square-rigger, but here the yards do not swing around the fixed mast, but rather are attached permanently to the mast which is allowed to rotate to engage the wind angles. This requirement for a rotating mast precludes the old traditional staying of the mast, and results in a 'free-standing design'. Only recent developments in very hi-tech materials such as carbon fiber have permitted this DynaRig technology to be become reality.
Family Sailing Expedition - Sail For Good
Meretniemi Family From Finland With Three Small Children Sailing Around The World 2016-2022. Experimental Tech Savvy Home Schooling Approach. Awesome! or Crazy?
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GUNBOAT G4 - The GUNBOAT G4 is one of the fastest (if not the fastest) catamarans available on the market, with a top speed (currently) of 31.9 knots. Weighing in at less than 5,500 lbs, it is the first fully foiling “production” catamaran of its size.
Cruising on Foils? Gunboat's New G4 Flying Cruiser
Gunboat's new G4, expected in 2015, may be the first racing/cruising catamaran capable of flying on foils with the potential to reach speeds of 40 knots.
My first time on a sailing boat – or why women don’t want to go sailing with their husbands « Blog
My first time on a sailing boat – or why women don’t want to go sailing with their husbands « The Women and Cruising Blog
Finances and Making Money While Sailing, Part One
Think you don't have the means to support yourself if you went sailing off into the sunset? It's possible, and this is how I'm making money while cruising.