|Catcha Star - Mark and Cathy Ainscough
||Mark and Cathy departed Fremantle in April 2010 on their world adventure. They have since wended their way northwards, first via the
Kimberley to Darwin, thence to Indonesia, westwards and northwards. At the time of this entry, their boat Catcha Star is undergoing a
refit in Thailand. Their blog is illustrated with many excellent photos, enticing the viewer to enjoy the delights of cruising in SE Asia.
|Elevation Website - Paul and Jill Carter
||Paul and Jill had their dream world-cruiser built to their specifications in NSW and then helped sail her via Bass Strait and
the Bight to her home in Fremantle in early 2007. After careful preparation and planning, they slipped their pen moorings in April 2010 and headed North. Their blog tells their story.
|Cockatoo II Website - Paul and Tracy Bushell
||Paul and Tracy maintain a very detailed log of their voyage, including photos, items and
topics of interest to Cruisers, and even stuff for sale!
|Stolen Kiss Blog - Cheryl and Peter Ainsworth
||In January 2008, Cheryl Ainsworth wrote: I have been a member at FSC for 14 years. Although I
had my own yachts during that time, I was mainly involved in offshore racing and did not cruise often. My husband and
I have also worked as volunteers in different capacities during our time. In 2003 we departed Fremantle on our yacht
and have been cruising SE Asia and the Indian Ocean ever since. We are currently in Kota Kinabalu and plan to cruise
the Philippines in a week or so. I have been working on putting our website together and thought that there may be
some cruising folk interested.
Westward II - Steve and Selena Steddy
Blog (to Dec 2009)
|Steve and Selena departed FSC in 2008, taking the scenic route up the west coast of WA and through the Kimberley. They have since
been making their way towards New Zealand via North Queensland, PNG and the Solomons.
|Mischief - Bjorn and Christina Gilgren
||Bjorn and Christina departed FSC in April 2008, with carefully crafted plans for world domination. In early 2010
Mischief is in the Mediterranean sea awaiting favourable winds of the new season. Bjorn and Christina also have an
|SV Biscayne Bay - Gary, Lisa, Jacob and Anastasia Cross
||Gary Lisa and the kids did something that many people dream about. Bought a big cruising yacht in the US and started their world
cruise from there. Sadly, in September 2009, their dream voyage turned into a nightmare. Their blog tells the dramatic story and makes gripping reading.
|Eloise - Tristan and Jasmine Yuswak
||Tristan and Jasmine departed FSC in 2008 to explore the world. They also have an online photo gallery
|Dreamcatcher - Glen and Henry Taylor
||Glenys grew up in Perth and met Henry in the USA from whence they started their worldwide voyage in Dreamcatcher
|Periwinkle - Bill and Caroline Porter
Bill and Caroline Porter, with their yacht Periwinkle, were active members of the Cruising Section for some years before taking
a year off to go sailing along our west coast. Their boat has now found a new owner and Bill and Caroline are living
in Dubai, saving up for Periwinkle II.
Caroline and Bill dedicated a website to their S&S34 SV Periwinkle before they sold her in 2005. It provides a
pictorial chronicle of their 13 months of cruising the WA coastline.
|Mithril (Peter Maxwell and Geraldine Foley)
||Peter Maxwell and Geraldine Foley are veteran cruisers who presented a fascinating Topics Night in April 2007. Their website provides an interesting collection of photos and articles chronicling their decade-long global meanderings.
|Shanghaied (Will Duiker and Trish Bates) - Blog Link
||Will and Trish joined the 2007 Abrolhos cruise as part of their round-Australia voyage from
South Australia in their Trimaran Shanghaied. For those of us who enjoyed the company of this lovely couple
before and during the Abrolhos Cruise, here is their blog so we can keep up with their news.
||Beth and Evans Starzinger - legendary circumnavigators who wintered at our club in 2003 after sailing non-stop from Tierra Del Fuego (8,000 nautical miles). They write extensively for yachting magazines, and Beth has several books about blue-water sailing to her credit.