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For the past decade or so I’ve enjoyed following various sailing blogs/vlogs. Some of these were extremely enjoyable and informative, but are now either over or no longer about sailing (at least around the world). Amongst these were the Bumfuzzles, Maia and family (Zonker here) on Ceilydh, Jeanne Socrates on Nereida, and Wings. Today I still enjoy following a few people, like Webb Chiles, Nike on Karl, Dylan Winter, as well as some kitesurfing dudes like Kevin Langaree, and most recently the amazing story of Leo Sampson Goolden rebuilding TallyHo. But I feel there must be others worth following (and I’m not talking about the clueless chicks-in-bikinis type vlogs covered in a thread on CA, nor the undocumented diftathon of two ladies in the pacific, or the partially documented driftathon of Rimas). So, anyone care to recommend other sailing blogs/vlogs worth following?