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He used it a lot, it seems. That book is a must read for you before you go. I realize you won't be going as far south, but there is a ton of common sense knowledge in that book. Also check out the Barefoot Navigator, and the recommended reading thread. I have purchased most of the books highly recommended and they are a great resource.
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Why not talk to the water channel, which supposedly specializes in water-sports related programming
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Is this the sort of web product you were envisioning? This site provides a limited service that includes templates and hosting for free, and a pay service that allows more photos, etc.

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Cool, mstern, thanks. If I decide not to give the site its own domain name, that will work good.
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The blog is cool but not quite what I have in mind. What I would do would be a serperate web site for each person and I could make them look a lot nicer then the blog and have more features like the winlink tracking and mailing list or subscription list so cruisers could email everyone who is interested with one letter. The blog would be cheaper for people though.
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