Owners of Cruising Sailboats
Tell Us About Your Boat!

There's something rather special about cruising sailboats, and none more so than the one you own.

After a year or two in your ownership, and following several cruises over the horizon they become personalised, reflecting your own personality and preferences.

I've already shared my thoughts with you on the various types of cruising sailboats, and what goes to make a successful offshore sailboat, but now it's your turn!

Here's your opportunity to showcase your sailboat and share your cruising experiences with us, so...

Have You Got a Cruising Sailboat?

What's she like to sail, and where have you cruised her? Tell the world about your pride and joy! And if you choose to mention your sailing club we'll include a free link to their website.

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1963 Columbia 29, hull #37, "Pythagoras" 
As a former owner of a Columbia 24 many years ago, I was glad to find this 29 for sale last summer. These old boats were built tough and are part of the …

Small Cruising Boats 
I recently bought this 1981 Hunter 22 in early March 2013. ‘Smooth Operator’ is my first sailboat larger than my little 12' Sunfish. This purchase came …

Oyster 45 Cygnus III (www.Cygnus3.com) Not rated yet
Cygnus, besides being our boat is also a star constellation, deriving its name from the Latinized Greek word for swan. Now that may be all good and well …

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