There comes a point where you can’t do anymore and I’ve about hit that point. I’ve provisioned, pre-made meals to cook from frozen, have cleaned and stowed away anything and everything that I could possible fit. Space has been freed up by clearing out the old and bringing in the necessities. It’s time to set
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.
It’s calm now. The water is flat. Interestingly, my thoughts coincide with the sea state. The incessant recollection of lists no longer exist nor the slight panic caused by the overwhelming amount of self imposed deadlines. Our sailing to Bermuda trip has been completed! Before the five day crossing from Charleston, South Carolina to the
The tide is changing in our lives. We’re soon sailing Britican to Bermuda and our long-term liveaboard neighbors, Brad and Cherie from Sailing Puffin, are moving too. Brad and Cherie, however, are hanging up their sailing caps and moving back to land. Whenever we spend a winter, hurricane season or any length of time with
Charleston, South Carolina is one of the best cities in the United States to visit. If you are sailing along the east coast it would be a terrible shame to bypass this amazing area. Sailing and sightseeing Charleston is awesome. Sailing and Sightseeing Charleston – Video Within my 15-minute video above you’ll enjoy a sail
For almost three years my family and I have been travelling from one location to another. We certainly were not living on a boat in a marina! We started off in the Mediterranean, crossed the Atlantic Ocean, cruised the Caribbean and eventually, after 18,500 miles, have decided to settle down for a long-term stay (1
Let’s start the day before a hurricane was due to hit our area – when we were preparing boat for hurricane. We had a berth at Charleston Harbor Marina in South Carolina… (video at the end of the article) While walking from our sailboat to the main dock this morning I appreciated the placid water and light
Before I get to the part about how we’re living on a boat in Charleston South Carolina, USA, let me first give you a bit of background on how we got there… My shoulders are tight. There’s a knot in my neck so my side-to-side head motion is painful. When surveying the rest of my