We made it to French Polynesia in 30 days! Continue reading Windlass broke just when we needed it but we made it to French Polynesia!
Never try to take down a Parasailor in 31 kts wind Continue reading 80% of the way observations
Fish killer While I’d love to fish more, we have completely full freezers with other proteins and veg, so I have to pace myself. We caught a small mahi mahi and were able to successfully pull the hook out and … Continue reading Fish killer, fruit & veg killer, 50% there & almost famous!
Engine troubles They say, a catamaran always has a full set of engine spares. Why? By default, we have a second engine, while most monohulls don’t. Often trawlers have a “get-home” engine, but not typically monohull sailboats. So, when we … Continue reading Dead engine, running 8 hours off course, and 20% of the way there
First, what did we do the past 4+ months? After packing up Enjoy 4.5 months ago, we traveled to the US, Scotland, England, France and Israel! We visited friends we’ve met sailing (SV English Sally and SV Gladan), family and … Continue reading Big News!
Which are we? I haven’t posted much, because in comparision to many of our peer boats, I see us as Go Slow versus Go Go. We know folks that left 5 years ago, finished a circumnavigation, and sold their boats. … Continue reading Go Go versus Go Slow?
So in our travels lots of people have asked what our life is like, who we hang with, and where do we go. So we put together this 6 minute video to summarize it. You’ll see images from 2015 to … Continue reading Short video of last 5 years
Family We had a lovely time hanging with Josh, in Linton Bay Marina and then the Guna Yala aka San Blas islands. Fun was had by all, with snorkling, spearfishing, and free diving mentorship by Brit & Sandy (SV Halcyon) … Continue reading Family, Panamanian Residency, Tele-working, Fishing, Windsurfing & Music
Happy Thanksgiving! First of all, we wanted to thank family and friends for being there for us during these difficult times of COVID-19. When things started up early 2020, we realized pretty soon it would be musical chairs, and we … Continue reading We’re still living the dream!
Three months in Bocas has given us a homey feeling in this nomadic lifestyle, and that meant of course, that it was time to leave soon. But, with COVID, the Guna Yala of the lovely San Blas islands are understandably … Continue reading Just when we thought we were leaving Bocas Del Toro… COVID