Personal pages, as defined here, are non-commercial, informational websites pertaining to individual or class of power vessels, and the people who own or admire them.

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Chrysler Marine Home Page
Site to help those with Chrysler Boats and Outboards.
Classic Mako
Includes a forum and some information, links and photos on Mako outboard fishing skiffs.
Crackerbox Boat
Chronicles the repair and restoration of a 1960s era wooden boat. Includes images and articles, links to home remodeling project.
Cruise-A-Home Owners Page
Description of the company and specifications of the 40 and 31 foot models.
Cyclone CJ's Epic Toyota Page
Some information for enthusiasts of Toyota Epic boats. Includes pictures, history, various how to items and a discussion forum.
DeFever Cruisers
An organization of over 350 members who are owners or admirers of Arthur DeFever's full-displacement or semi-displacement motoryachts.
Fairline Owners Club
Online club for owners of Fairline boats. Includes boat reviews, photo gallery and a forum.
Information about ferro-cement boats, from history to building or buying.
Galway Hooker St Patrick
The history of the Galway Hooker fishing boat St Patrick.
Hamilton's Home Page
Personal page of a boating couple.
Island Eagle
Web site dedicated to "Island Eagle", a 61' wooden DeFever trawler built in 1964.
Krogen FAQ Page
A collection of FAQs, links and cruising notes concerning Krogen and Kadey-Krogen yachts.
Log of the Knotty Dog
The ongoing adventures of a couple in their Nordhaven 57 as they cruise from California to the Chesapeake and beyond. Includes logs, photos and insights.
Motor Vessel Duet
The voyage logs, photos and insights of a couple exploring the US east coast and Caribbean in their Nordhavn 46. Includes boat plans, equipment and specifications.
Motu Iti
The accounts of a man’s solo trips from Florida's West Coast to the Abacos Bahamas in a 26’ Glacier Bay catamaran. Includes photos, links and music.
MV Dreamer
Details from over a decade of ownership of a 1974 Alaskan 45. Includes notes from the restoration and outfitting and ongoing logs of a trip south from the Pacific Northwest.
Nereid V
Information on a retired couple in the US Pacific Northwest and their 45 foot trawler style cruiser.
Puget Sound Grand Banks Owners Association
An informal group of over 500 owners of Grand Banks and other American Marine boats in the US Pacific Northwest.
Riva 2000
Some information and photos of an 11 metre runabout.
Riverbend Towatcher's Logbook
Photos and information on towboats on the Upper Mississippi River.
seaDee Cruising Trawler
A weblog chronicling the selection and outfitting of a cruising trawler capable of traveling America's great loop and cruising the Caribbean.
Speedboat Classics
Restoration, nostalgia, and biography of owners.
Homeport of the vessel Stargazer. 32 foot Grand Banks wooden hull number 93 built in 1968
Steam Launch Artemis
An ex-Navy 26' motor whaleboat converted to steam power. Includes design/construction, photos and FAQs.
Storm's Boating Page
Illinois/Missouri powerboat owner's personal page.
Information on Tetu, a 58 foot, 68 ton, long range steel trawler. Includes specifications, photos and contacts.
Travels on the North Coast of BC and Alaska
The site contains over 3,000 indexed and captioned images gathered during ten years of boating more than 20,000 miles on the coasts of British Columbia and Southeast Alaska in M.V. Shelyann.
A 46' wooden motor cruiser which travels the waters of Moreton Bay and South East Queensland.
Where in the world is the Dahlfin II?
Follow the adventures of the crew of the Dahlfin as they cruise the Great Lakes, eastern seaboard of the U.S., the Caribbean, and South America.
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