Ahoy there, fellow adventure seekers and sea enthusiasts! Read on for some sailing tips for families. If you’ve ever dreamed of embarking on a nautical escapade with your loved ones, you’re in for a treat. Sailing isn’t just a hobby; it’s an unforgettable lifestyle that can bring your family closer while exploring the vast blue
What are our top sailing tips for couples? Embarking on a full-time bluewater sailing adventure as a couple is a thrilling journey that promises not only picturesque sunsets and tranquil anchorages but also tests the bonds of partnership. The open sea becomes your home, and the sailboat your haven. To make the most of this
Sailing on the open seas is one of the most exhilarating experiences. Feeling the wind in your hair and the sun on your face while you navigate through the waves cannot be matched. However, learning to sail blue water can be daunting, especially for beginners. It can be challenging to know where to start and
Discover why we decided to sail away. Find out if you have the same reasons! Here are some tips for sailing families that want to transition into the sailboat cruising lifestyle. Discover: Why we sold everything we had and went sailing? What was the hardest part in the beginning? What have been the best parts?
Did you know a major mistake that new boat owners make is made before they even own the boat? Choosing the right surveyor is mission-critical to achieving a fulfilling cruising life. If you think that finding the right boat surveyor is as easy and looking one up on the Internet or asking friends, think again.
Watch this video to see our top 10 boat life tips that will help to make your surroundings cleaner, life aboard the boat safer, and a few things that we do to simply make cruising life more enjoyable and easier. 10 Top Boat Life Tips Video Top 10 Boat Life Tips List – First 5
Discover 20 boat organization ideas that will help you save time, find things when and where you need to find them and reduce the likelihood of problems. The first step with boat organization and storage is to understand what should and should not be on the boat in the first place. 1. Start off with
Provisioning a boat can seem like one of the most overwhelming jobs when preparing for a long passage. There’s quite a bit of pressure on the person stocking the boat with enough food, water, and necessary ancillary products (think toilet paper) to survive.
What foods are best to have? What veggies will last a month and what won’t? What can and can’t be frozen? How can you make food prep, while under passage, fast and easy – especially when the seas are sloppy? And how can you ensure that all the passengers are fed and watered properly?
After your first week-long or month long passage you’ll surely be much wiser as to what to do and what not to do. Wouldn’t it be invaluable, however, to learn from those that have already done it? Wouldn’t it be less stressful if you could make that first passage a massive success rather than a mediocre learning experience? With the following 20 tips, you’ll certainly have a greater chance of enjoying provisioning success. Read on.
Couples and families that set off with high expectations regarding the cruising lifestyle can be met with disappointment. What’s necessary for a successful sailing lifestyle is realistic expectations and these 11 secrets to long term cruising. Keep reading… 1. Being flexible If you’ve been reading my articles, books or guides for a while you’ll know
One of the most common complaints I hear from a newbie sailors is, ‘I can’t adjust to the heat!’ Whether you plan on sailing in the Med during the summer, the Caribbean throughout the year or anywhere near the equator it’s going to get hot. Here are 22 ways to stay cool on a sailboat.