Looking for some great sailing books to give you some inspiration to stop dreaming and start doing? These books put me in a sailboat and living the dream.
This is a follow-up post to my initial justifications of installing a Katadyn 40E watermaker in my 27′ sailboat – here I review its performance.
Cruising on a small sailboat isn’t the glamorous vacation that some people think it is. It’s dirty, hard work with no sleep. But totally worth it.
Here’s a summary of my much-anticipated return to sailing, taking a nice easy stroll through the southern Windward islands.
Imagine a dark, mysterious river flowing through a Caribbean jungle. Like something out of a movie. Chances are the Indian River is what you’re thinking of.
It was a difficult decision to leave Bequia, but I had to take advantage of the weather and make a quick stop in Dominica, next year’s major destination.
The Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary in Bequia is criticized for some of its practices. But there’s no doubt turtles have more of a chance here than in the wild.
I try to be carefree here in paradise but there are just some things…some things that, well, you know. And I know others agree with this list.
Union Island is only three square miles but it sure was hard to leave this island. I can’t believe how much this beautiful place has to offer.
If you’re anywhere near the Grenadines at all, the Tobago Cays marine park needs to be on your list of stops.