Here are two items to help the boater keep track of time
Start the new year with “The Nauti-Benders Page-A-Day Boater’s Calendar” ($13.99, Penchant Publishing, 2009).
The meaning of sailing at sea
For those who have dreamed about a life on the sea or just wanted to learn more about the famous Maine Windjammers and their crew, the DVD “Sea Kindly” ($19.95, The Dolphin’s Eye, LLC, 2009) gives would-be sailors advice on how to live a more meaningful life.
How does one encapsulate something as vast and amorphous as the ocean? One photo at a time.
Compass through the ocean of timeBoaters can turn on their GPS these days and find out exactly where they are.
Sailing as family time - There are those who worry that once they have a family, their dreams of cruising go out the window.Not so for Todd Scantlebury. In the non-fiction book “Red Water Blue Water Salt Water: a Novel about Sailing Away as A Family” ($20.99, BookSurge Publishers, 2008) Scantlebury tells the tale of taking his wife and 6- and 9-year-old daughters through the Caribbean on a Catana 40 catamaran, sailing 7,000 miles in 2-1/2 years in the late 1990s.
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