Made for sailors
by a sailor
Unfortunately, I could not find any satisfactory solution to make my adventure unique. These tools could not live-track my boat and travel platforms did not allow website personalisation.
So I decided to develop my own system. And being a professional web engineer did help.
In doing so, I thought it might interest other sailors, who would be in the same case. So I decided to put my skills at the service of those who left everything to live their dreams. After 3 years of intensive development, in a challenging sailling context, and thanks to the help of many sailors, Skipperblogs came to life and met adventurers ready to go.
Today, I am the one at the helm, responsible for the platform's maintenance and evolution, as well as ensuring user support.
As such, I keep being very grateful for your feedbacks. These are very valuable to me in order to steer the site's development, and help it live on to offer you the best possible services. I hope you will have as much fun using it as I have developing it.
Thank you for your support and do not hesitate to send me your comments.