Since our last update video, we’ve been busy doing our Britican Experiences were we take paying guests for a week-long experiential adventure. We have also been getting boat jobs done and hanging out with all the liveaboard cruisers down here in Grenada. We had another wonderful pig roast with some great friends. Most recently, however, we
Join us for a 290+ mile sail from St Martin down to Grenada where you’ll get a glimpse into boat life as we actively cruise. Also, check out what it can be like sailing the Caribbean and video coverage of our most recent drama of taking on water. Highlights include Simon getting sandblasted by plane
What is a boat life with boat buddies like? Boat buddies are boats that you decide to travel with. Once you start cruising, you’ll meet a variety of boaters in an anchorage. Considering that most people are heading the same direction, many boaters choose to team up for social, safety and, if it’s a kid boat, guaranteed play dates.
Watch the following video to get a glimpse into the boat buddies we had on our journey from the Bahamas down to Trinidad. Find out why all the girlies from Rondo, Pura Vida and Britican are bending over. Watch now…
After sailing around the Mediterranean for two years, spending 18 days crossing the Atlantic Ocean and arriving at the Caribbean Island of St Lucia a few weeks ago, the best way to describe how I felt was ‘shell-shocked’. Every effort up until our arrival in St Lucia was spent on planning, preparing, organization and actually
An Atlantic Ocean Crossing On the 22nd of November, my husband, daughter and three crew left Las Palmas, Gran Canaria (Islands of west coast of Africa), sailed 2800+ miles and ended our journey in the Caribbean on the island of St Lucia. We encountered high seas, calm seas, dolphins, fishing stories (mahimahi, tuna and more),
We had no idea what it would be like sailing across the Atlantic Ocean on a sailboat. We crossed with 200+ other boats organized by the World Cruising Organization with the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) – Las Palmas to St Lucia. If you haven’t already read ‘Preparing to sail across the Atlantic Ocean –