Laura is the youngest sailor to solo circumnavigate. This is an amazing young girl who should inspire everyone to chase their dreams. At 14 Laura started from Gibraltar for her maiden voyage and has never looked back.
Matt and Jessica are a couple of Michiganders had who grew up without ever setting foot aboard a sailboat, but decided to take it up as a hobby one summer in 2008 when we had nothing better to do. They also maintain an extensive cost of sailing section. If you want to know how much this life will run you check out their blog.
Brittany and Scott's tag line From Land to Sea to Three under Three sums up their adventures well. Great blog about sailing lifestyle and bringing up a growing family while still managing to live your dreams.
Thinking of taking your family of four on a sailing trip? Be sure to keep up with Mark, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Michael as they sail around and enjoy their family on and off the hook.
Mark and Cindy have worked and saved so they could retire early and sail around for 1 week to 6 years. You'll have to follow along to see just how long they go.
Nate, Natalie, and Sullivan are sailing around living the dream in their 1981 Cheoy Lee 41 Ketch. After getting out of the Navy, Nate and Natalie couldn't get enough of the sea so in 2014 they decided to do the livaboard adventure and now have thousands of miles under their keel.
Teddy J. runs the Sail Loot website and podcast. He conducts interviews with cruisers to find out how they got their start, where they are, and how they manage to pay for it all. The podcast is a good medium to listen to interviews while you're driving to your boat to start your long weekend. Lisa and enjoy listening to them on our drive. Check it out.
Newly Salted is a semi-regular publication of interviews with people who began cruising in the last few years or who have completed a cruise of under 2 years.
IWAC is a project that tries to record some of the wisdom of the masses of cruisers who are out there on the water for the dreamers and planners still at their desks, using a focused interview format.
Two fish is a great account of many sailing concerns and the new boat purchase process. This is one of the websites that got us started on a sailing blog of our own.