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10 Steps to Become a Cruiser

10 Steps to Become a Cruiser 2021

If you’ve got this far and are looking at the 10 steps it takes to become a full-time cruiser, chances are high that you’ve given the idea of becoming a cruiser a little more than casual thought. Before getting into the 10 steps that it takes to become a cruiser.

It goes without saying that you need to already have a burning desire to Travel. And that you have a sense of adventure. You are not afraid to try new things out. And that you dream about sailing around the world or just sitting on your own boat in idyllic anchorages all the time.

Getting Cargo and Packages Forwarded When Cruising

Getting Packages and Cargo Forwarded When Cruising

Getting Packages and Cargo forwarded when cruising is actually much easier than you think. Over the years, we have shipped many packages and LCL (less than container loads) cargo all over the place. This is a seamless process once you have done it a few times. Below are the companies I have used and am …

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Getting Mail Forwarded When Cruising

Getting Mail Forwarded When Cruising

Being a cruiser is often difficult when it comes to dealing with things you took for granted on land. A simple thing such as getting your mail and banking internationally can be a real challenge. For more banking information, see my post on ‘Accessing Money When Traveling’. Getting mail forwarded proved quite difficult for us …

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Checklist – Engine Fire On a Boat

An engine fire at sea is one of the most frightening experiences. No sailor wants to have to deal with fighting a fire at sea. Advance preparation is key to dealing with any emergency at sea. It is essential that all crew members are familiar with the checklist philosophy and flow. I suggest that the …

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Rocna Anchor Review

Rocna Anchor Review

Over the past week, there has been a trough lying over French Polynesia. The trough has remained pretty much stationary just east of Tahiti, lying in a North-South Direction. It’s mid-February, which makes it the height of the rainy season in this part of the South Pacific. As a result, this trough has given birth …

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