What’s it like living aboard a sailboat? There’s a bit of this and a bit of that… we often have several projects going on, we take time off the boat to soak in our surroundings and we try our best to operate like any other family does. Our seven-year-old daughter, Sienna, goes to school (until
Sailboat living consists of times where the seas are calm and times when they’re rough. And then there’s times spent at anchor or in a marina. (Note: you’ll find the Sailboat Living video at bottom of the page) The inside of the boat stays the same but the surroundings and external environment can change dramatically.
Whether you’re visiting a marina to top-up with water, get fuel or pick someone up at the airport there are several other tasks that are better suited to complete in a marina enjoinment. To make the most of your marina stay, use this helpful marina checklist listed below. But before doing so, watch the video I
My husband and I borrowed a car and went into town to grab some groceries. We ran into another boat owner at the local Greek AB Grocery store. He asked us if we’d be moving on soon and we replied enthusiastically, ‘YES’! We’ve just finished a six-week period on the hard with our boat, Britican,
My mind feels all jumbled up. There’s so much I want to say but I’m not sure if I can take the jumble and detangle it. The events of my life over the past few months as a new boat owner seem to be guided. If I didn’t know any better, I’d think that there’s