From Novices to Navigators on a Sailing Lifestyle Experience Dreaming of starting a sailing lifestyle, where the vast open seas become your playground, and the wind carries you toward new horizons? This dream remains elusive for many. But what if I told you that you and your loved ones could start from scratch and turn
Whether you’ve dreamed about boats your whole life or have recently discovered the idea, here are 10 signs indicating that you need to become a sailing cruiser now. 10 Signs YOU Need to Become A Sailing Cruiser NOW Video! 1. Your life is not exciting enough You’re tired of the same routine every day.
When I set off on our sailing adventure over seven years ago I asked myself, ‘who will you become once you’re a sailor?’ I wondered what kind of person I would have to become to live the sailing life. Knowing it was going to change me, I was hoping that the journey would help me
Do you and your partner want to explore the world, or parts of it, and buy a sailboat? Are you curious as to what the sailing cruising lifestyle is like? Who does what when it’s a couple or a family? What roles and responsibilities does each person play? (Sailing Cruising Lifestyle Video below) On our
How can you successfully start bluewater cruising? If you’re going to spend time, money, and emotional energy getting a boat and heading out to sea wouldn’t it be great to get an edge by learning some dos and don’ts? Becoming a bluewater cruising sailor is incredible. You’ll enjoy warm temperatures, look out at sandy beaches, tall
Are you interested in knowing where to live aboard on a boat (sail or motor)? Many liveaboard boaters start off by living in a marina. An alternative is to spend a season in an established live aboard anchorage. This article will define what they are, what happens in a typical live aboard anchorage and why
Within the past couple of weeks, liveaboard life has been awesome. We enjoyed the speed of 55 mph on a 420 Outrage Boston Whaler with 1400 HP outboards, got a drone donated to us by Patron Tim Ishii (and tested it out!), took Britican up a river to a boatyard for a haul out to
Since the end of March 2014 my family and I have been living and sailing full time on our 56’ Oyster sailboat. Aside from my husband, Simon, and daughter, Sienna (now aged 6), we’ve had loads of guests join us, from time to time, on our incredible journey. Thus far we’ve circumnavigated the Mediterranean visiting