Scroll down for two blogs below giving links to the authors, and to the existing 'experience' blogs sitting under this master. This master blog is a 'note to ourselves' really, plus an aspiration of the other history that might be added here, a reminder of the style and content that we are trying to pursue, and a way of pulling all the other blogs together as they build up over the years.
The histories then that could be captured here one day, for context and posterity, are:
- Nic's sailing history including SIRENA I and II - dinghies in Dorset and some passages
- Lesley's sailing history - from Greek idyll to dinghies on the Thames
- SIRENA III - Jaguar 25 at Greenwich and Gillingham
- SIRENA IV - Nicholson 35 - the first year: purchase, Fleetwood, Irish Sea and IoM adventures. This yacht is everything we want - strong, safe, go anywhere and manageable by husband and wife co-skippers.
As to the style and content, when we read other blogs and articles we are often left feeling we have a surfeit of land-based information at the expense of sailing information. Therefore we aspire to write about passage plans, weather, sea conditions, sail plan, navigation and breaks & fixes. Because this is what we find interesting to read from others, and we imagine some others at least will be interested to read it here.
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