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  • Where To Go Sailing During Covid?

    Since early 2020 it’s been difficult to know where to go sailing during Covid. We discovered one island that not only allows you to sail around but there are several nearby islands too. Furthermore, you can fly to this island with a negative PCR test and no need to quarantine. Click here for full post: […] More

  • The Long Journey Home (back to boat life)

    We’ve made it to Tonga!  But, our journey back home to Curiosity is going to be a long one.  The borders are still closed and we must quarantine for 21 days before we’re set free.  Crazy! See The Full Story At: The Long Journey Home (back to boat life) Click here for full post: […] More

  • Cruising untethered in the Sea of Cortez

    Cruising is steeped in freedom. Thanks to coronavirus, that makes it more appealing than ever, while at the same time it is more circumscribed than ever. Sailing north and deeper into the Sea of Cortez is to enter a disconnected world, one that feels untouched by pandemic concerns. Limitations on Click here for full post: […] More

  • Life After Lockdown As A Sailing Cruiser

    Life after lockdown as a sailing cruiser in Grenada feels almost normal. If you have a boat or are about to get one you could be living quite a wonderful life if you can get to this southern Caribbean country. The airport has yet to open and cruise ships can’t Click here for full post: […] More

  • Buying a boat remotely

    Bias to action: a quality in people who get things done. Right now, working on what’s possible to do – instead of what isn’t – is helping future cruisers make progress on realizing their dream. They’re even buying boats – despite being unable to travel to kick the fenders or Click here for full post: […] More

  • Patrick Childress – His Last Photographs of SV Brick House

    Patrick Childress takes some last photos of Sailboat Brick House The post Patrick Childress – His Last Photographs of SV Brick House appeared first on Where is SV Brick House? . Click here for full post: Youtube: Patrick Childress Sailing More

  • Going in the face of uncertainty

    Cheering on a family beginning their cruising dreams this morning, I imagined the wonders in store for them and thought about our steps south. In just a few weeks we have our “cruisiversary,” that date in 2008 that we left the dock on Bainbridge Island and headed out the Strait Click here for full post: […] More

  • Beating to Bermuda // ISBJORN Offshore

    First mate Ben Soofer on ISBJORN’s foredeck. Photo by James Austrums. Hello from 35 19 N, 071 06 W! Isbjörn is on a merry beat across the north Atlantic with the wind on her nose and a healthy crew. It’s been an upwind slogfest since lifting anchor outside of Maryland’s Click here for full post: […] More

  • SPIRIT OF BERMUDA RALLY // Landfall Imminent for ICEBEAR & the Fleet

    ICEBEAR leading the fleet towards Bermuda! July 10, 2020, St George’s, Bermuda: Facing headwinds on their final approach to the finish, Andy Schell’s Swan 59 Icebear skippered by Sean Westoby is poised to be the first entry to cross the finish line in the inaugural Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally organized Click here for full […] More

  • Coronavirus Update on Brick House -How did we catch it? and More

    TweetOn May 15, we both tested positive for Covid 19. We both had felt they we had had the Coronavirus weeks if not months ago, and were surprised to still test positive. We were onboard Brick House in Hout Bay in a marina, South Africa from February 2, 2020. It… Click here for full post: […] More

  • Reassurance from Baja’s bounty

    Cruisers obsess over food sourcing and long-term storage more than the typical person. Over-provisioning is one of the classic new cruiser mistakes that even seasoned cruisers are prone to make. But the early weeks of covid brought concerns about food security. We were headed to Baja, a region already on Click here for full post: […] More

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