I’ve had to yet again change my cruising “plans” due to the awful 2017 hurricane season. Here’s the latest change to where I’ll be taking Saoirse next.
“The lovely thing about cruising is that planning usually turns out to be of little use.” So true. Here’s my best estimate of my immediate sailing plans.
Finally, a way to edit 4K HD video & RAW photos without a laptop! Excellent for travel, backpacking, & hiking. This is my first review of the new GNARBOX.
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.