Keeping up with cruising sites

admin | March 27th, 2008 - 16:50

email.jpgThe observant among visitors to this site will have seen the email subscription option in the right hand column.

Every day the system sends an email which lists newly posted items on a number of relevant Australian cruising sites. It makes for a very convenient way of keeping up with local cruising news.

If you know of other sites which should be included, leave a comment with the site details.

Here are the sites currently “monitored”:

as well as the following weblogs of Cruising boats and their owners

For those “in the know”, this is a “mashup” of Feedburner‘s email subscription service, the Planet aggregator and the sites listed above which all provide”feeds”.

One Response to “Keeping up with cruising sites”

  1. SeeMySea says:

    Hello there,
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    Inspired of the tried & tested home exchange system, SeeMySea is an international network of boat owners whose ambition is to promote & facilitate boat exchanges worldwide as a way of discovering new sailing areas & sharing local knowledge.
    Since it was launched beginning of 2008, http://www.seemysea.com has welcomed boat owners from all over the world. From Seattle to the Great Lakes of North America, from the Norwegian fjords to Geneva Lake, from Brittany to Marseille and from the Baleares to La Rochelle via the Canaries and the Caribbean, even Chile, an extensive selection of destinations is made available.
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    Best regards & Fair Winds,
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