Category Archives: Cruising World
Galactic has left Cape Town behind and shifted around the Cape of Good Hope to Simon’s Town.
With confirmed cases of the Zika virus reaching popular cruising hotspots, make sure you’re outfitted to keep the bugs away.
Madagascar is truly a land of sails. With consistent winds and beautiful homemade boats, the local sailors are masters of ingenuity.
Troy Sears is heading out on an epic nautical road trip that might not end until he’s circled the globe with a replica of the schooner that started the Cup.
A dismasting while on passage from New Zealand to France forces the adventurous family aboard Anasazi Girl to stop in Puerto Williams, Chile.
Sharing clean lines and stellar sailing performance, the Dufour 350 Grand Large and 382 Grand Large are tasty peas from the same pod.
The 2016 Strictly Sail Pacific Show is underway in California at an all new location!
While sailors were getting along just fine without engines for thousands of years, a crowded harbor might make you reconsider going engineless.
While other boats are fixing systems you don’t have, you can be sailing free if you just keep it simple.
Georgia’s Cumberland Island on the Intercoastal Waterway provides cruisers with a fairy tale-like stopping ground for passing cruisers.
The strongest Atlantic storm since 2010, Hurricane Joaquin’s disastrous effects still reverberate today.
The Bahamas Stop Off and Drop Off Campaign supports the combined efforts of captains and local residents to rebuild the Central and Southern islands.