Welcome to Lovesail - Sailing Community

Lovesail.com is an exclusive global online dating and social networking site for people who are passionate about sailing. We have been established since 2004.

It's quick and easy to sign up so let us help you connect with other like-minded solo sailing women and men around the world with a passion for yachts and sailboats. We are not affiliated to any other dating site so you can rest assured we have thousands of genuine, high-quality, sailing enthusiasts waiting to meet you for sailing and dating, friendships and sailing events.

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Dating

Do you love sailing? Fed up with sailing single-handed? Join us, build a profile and then find your perfect sailing partner. We have a database full of sailing women and men all passionate about sailing and looking to meet other like-minded single sailors. Search for your sailing soul mate with us.

Friendships

We're not just for sailing and dating. We are like an online sailing club. We have members from all over the world looking to make new sailing friends to go boating with. Join our friendly sailing community now to meet others with a shared interest for sailing trips, sailing holidays and sailing socials.

Sailing Crew

Many of our members are also looking for sailing opportunities, whether it is to build their sea miles or just to get out on the water under sail. Think of us as a global yacht club. Post your crewing vacancies for races, deliveries or holidays and find your next deckhand or yachting crew.

New blogs

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall

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Looking for sailing videos to while away the enforced isolation of coronavirus I came across a ‘Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall rarely seen home movie’, shot on their classic yacht Santana. It’s only a couple of minute… »

New events

12-01-2020 Looking For A Female Co-Captain For Bahamas Adventures

Looking For A Female Co-Captain For Bahamas Adventures
Dec 1, 2020

I’m planning a leisurely sail through the Keys and over to the Bahamas this wint… »