• Comment on Sailing in the Caribbean by Jennifer
    We’ve seen a few beached boats around Antigua, assuming they have been left after being damaged from the Hurricane in Sept 17. ... read more
    Source: Changing TackPublished on 2019-02-13By Jennifer
    6 days ago
  • Southerly Blusters
    Photo courtesy of Daily Telegraph. The Southerly Bluster is a colloquial expression for strong southerly winds which sweep up the southern New South Wales coast at the end of a hot summer’s day. Records show that there are about 30 southerly buster fronts move up the coast annualy. However, only ... read more
    Source: A Yacht More to LifePublished on 2019-02-13By rich clement
    7 days ago
  • Martinique
    Waterfall hike, Martinique.We had a fantastic sail over to Martinique. It took about 12 hours, and was a little bumpy with the swell, but not too bad. We started off with a brown bird who kept circling our boat, diving occasionally for the flying fish. Eventually we had a few ... read more
    Source: SV Round AboutPublished on 2019-02-04By Stefanie Pechan
    2 weeks ago
  • Atlantic Crossing Complete!
    2215Z 07JAN19, Atlantic Crossing, COMPLETE! Anchored in St Anne's Bay, Martinique. Zephyros' 3 day race against the clock has come to a conclusion. We stuck with it even though there were many, many times when it looked like we would be 1-2 hours too late and then times (sometimes moments ... read more
    Source: Sailing ZephyrosPublished on 2019-01-07By Megan
    1 month ago
  • What’s next?
    What would you do after a long period sailing with your family? In our case, life will never be the same as before. We know what we want ; our priorities have changed and are clear. We have spent a long period of time in permanent connection with the sea, ... read more
    Source: Agile For LifePublished on 2019-01-06By mcortesastudillo
    1 month ago
  • New video up! Our African adventure…
    Source: BoatnotesPublished on 2018-12-28By rikepaetzold
    2 months ago
  • Change of plans….we’re heading home, again!
    When I wrote this we were tided up in the sheltered anchorage Mahon in Menorca, Spain. The wind was howling and it was cold! Time to leave the Mediterranean… At this time of year the plan was to head towards the Canary Islands to a warmer climate and prepare to ... read more
    Source: Aboard AbacoPublished on 2018-11-07By Amber
    3 months ago
  • Days 474 & 475: 12th and 13th October 2018 – Spanish Bank Holiday weekends not so different to English ones!
    Friday 12th October 2018We are completely out of routine now, fitting school around both fun and educational days out as well as doing the necessary jobs associated with our return to the UK. School took a long time this morning and tempers were pretty short, (particularly mine), so after lunch ... read more
    Source: SV LaurinPublished on 2018-10-14By Karen
    4 months ago
  • Gone Greek
    We look out over Syracuse bay with the tourists enjoying the cool of evening.  A boat comes in to anchor in the fading light.  Behind us the kids scoot up and down the pavement.  Below our vantage point the beach bar is all abuzz.  Last night it was all dance ... read more
    Source: Cast AdriftPublished on 2018-09-29By Cast Adrift
    5 months ago
  • Getting the boat ready to sail
    We bought a boat.  Yay!  But now the work really begins. ... read more
    Source: Sailing VenturaPublished on 2018-09-24By slngvntrsuperadmin
    5 months ago