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.
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.
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.
It was just one of those “why am I doing this” days! I got my ass handed to me during this daysail but at least it ended on a high note.
The Grenada Sailing Festival is one of those “must-do” activities in Grenada – experience their rich sailing heritage tradition and party on the beach!
I’ve been in Grenada for a month now but it sure doesn’t feel like it…thanks to the ability to work from my boat. Technology ruins everything once again.
After keeping the boat in storage for 2.5 years, why not choose 325 miles offshore for the shakedown cruise? How bad could it be? Oh, let me tell you…
My first voyage sailing offshore from North Carolina down to Antigua was a little rough – fortunately I kept notes to better myself, and hopefully you too.
Wonder what kind of charity work goes on in Haiti? This video offers a glimpse of what the Good Samaritan Foundation of Haiti does, during an April trip.