website is devoted to sailors & sailing vessels around the world.
Captain's Logs are shared by sailing yachts all over the world via a
do-it-yourself photo database. Free & easy, it is a place to buy sell or
||The complete nautical platform.
Personalized business solutions, tools and resources for boating, yachting,
diving and windsurfing businesses and consumer community. Directory (+46K
contacts), boat catalog (+8 boats), market place, news and studies, travel,
forums, chat, webcams…
The most complete directory of Boating
Links on the Web. This is for boaters to compare boats, charters,
products, and information sources available on the web.
BoatlinX - the boating search site
||The "Google" of boating is a
searchable directory of the best marine sites.
||One of the Internet's most
comprehensive sailing sites with more than 100,000 sailing products
available for purchase from oil filters to sailing calendars to sailing
simulator software and more. The site also includes thousands of pages of
sailing news, tips, references and related information.
||Marine Diesel Direct features
secure shopping and online part references for Yanmar, Universal, Westerbeke
and Mase engines and generators.
and yachts market
|| Boating portal for
marine companies with boats to sell or charter and other companies in the
recreational boat market
||Your guide to
Boating, Diving, Fishing, Gear, Sailing, Weather and Everything Else!
Knots on the Web
|| includes knot tying, knot
theory, knot art and knot software
||This web page lists expressions
and definitions mentioned by listswains, members of the Patrick
O'Brian Mailing List, also known as the Gunroom, the origins of which
are made clear by passages from O'Brian's writing in which his characters'
usage explains the provenance of the phrase.
A rich and interesting repository of etymologies and sources of nautical
words ultimately destined for the Oxford
English Dictionary can be found at the
Maritime History Citations for the OED site at the University of
Minnesota at Duluth.
||A collection of useful, (and not
so useful), items in medicine, sailing, art, and crafts. Note: The medical
information is toward the end of the home page