Top Ten Boating Pages on Facebook

There are many great resources and fun pages on Facebook that are boating oriented. This is my list of the ten best. If you are a liveaboard boater, planning on living aboard, a liveaboard wannabe or just a plain boating enthusiast, you should “Like” these pages. 

Check out their websites too if they have one listed. 

(No particular order)





YouBoats is a yachting social network.



Boat Porn


Eye candy for boat addicts, boat builders, sailors, dreamers, and lovers.

(No, it’s not that kind of porn . . . )


Living Aboard Boats


Living Aboard Boats is an open group. A place to share with other group members the lifestyle and experience both good and bad of living aboard a boat. Both those who are currently living aboard boats and those who want to are welcome.



The single best place to shop for boats, anywhere in the world. I could spend hours just looking.



Boating Lovers



Based in Brazil, but plenty of English language boating stuff.


The Boat Galley


One of my personal favorites. Chock full of useful tips about life aboard, not just galley stuff.


Discover Boating


Discover Boating is a public awareness effort powered by the North American recreational boating industry.


I’m A Boater


Fun boating pics and products


Active Captain


If you travel on your boat, or plan to . . . you MUST sign up for Activecaptain. Too many fantastic resources to mention.

Active Captain is an online nautical resource providing marina, anchorage, hazard, and local knowledge data. The data is integrated into more than 20 navigation products and can be access on the ActiveCaptain website. There is no cost for using or contributing to ActiveCaptain.


Plenty of pages to look at to feed your boating fix. Give them a Like.

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1 thought on “Top Ten Boating Pages on Facebook

  1. Wally Moran

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