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  • Sailing the Mozambique Channel

    After a month in Madagascar, it was time for us to tackle the next big hurdle – the Mozambique Channel.  The forecast included a mix of wind directions, but we knew we would get some sailing in with winds coming from the north, and those were the conditions for which Click here for full post: […] More

  • Goodbye Paradise, Hello Blue Lagoon

    Saying bye to good times and good people never seems to get any easier.  With lumps in our throats and salt water collecting in our eyes, we pull up the anchor and set sail once again. See The Full Story At: Goodbye Paradise, Hello Blue Lagoon Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/paradise-blue-lagoon Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: […] More

  • Whale Strike on a Sailboat -What If you hit a whale while sailing??

    Tweet It is actually extremely rare that a whale intentionally sinks a sailboat. But an accidental collision with a whale can leave a sailboat damaged and cause the loss of its rudder. It does seem though, that there is an increase in incidences of sailboats hitting whales. Part of that… Click here for full post: […] More

  • Swimming With Sea Turtles!!!

    Maybe it’s the turtles, maybe it’s the never-ending good vibes that flow through the island, but this is some of the best freediving ever. See The Full Story At: Swimming With Sea Turtles!!! Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/swimming-sea-turtles Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: the_wynns More

  • What A Nightmare! Getting Hit & Dragging Anchor

    Have you ever had one of those days where everything that could go wrong, did?  Well, that’s how we were feeling on this day.  The day we saved our neighbors boat, and then he crashed into us. See The Full Story At: What A Nightmare! Getting Hit & Dragging Anchor Click here for full post: […] More

  • Titanium Chainplates on Sailboats…

    Tweet        Titanium Chainplates on Sailboats started to be installed on sailboats, before Brick House was dismasted in 2011, because that’s when we replaced our stainless steel chain plates with titanium chainplates, titanium Clevis pins, titanium tangs, and although we were semi early adopters, we were not the… Click here for full post: […] More

  • Our Boat Cat Lily, and our new kitten, Coati.

    TweetLily was our boat cat. We got her when she was barely 8 weeks old, and the boat has always been her home. She was afraid on land. She liked it best when we were underway and flying fish were presenting themselves to her for dinner. She liked standing on… Click here for full post: […] More

  • Down The Rabbit Hole – Exploring Rarotonga

    We arrived by sea but the mountains are calling. We’re exploring deep into Rarotonga and it takes scaling a few ropes and rocks to get there. See The Full Story At: Down The Rabbit Hole – Exploring Rarotonga Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/exploring-rarotonga Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: the_wynns More

  • Leela abandons Ship!

    Leela is finally introduced to canal boat life! And it doesn’t go exactly to plan… The post Leela abandons Ship! appeared first on EarleWrites. Click here for full post: https://earlewrites.com/2019/10/18/leela-abandons-ship/ Facebook: @earlewrites More

  • This Sailboat Will Blow Your Mind! The Not-So-Lost Art of Polynesian Navigation

    Little did we know, we were about to get an intimate introduction to not only the Cook Islands, but also to the not-so-lost art of Polynesian Sailing. See The Full Story At: This Sailboat Will Blow Your Mind! The Not-So-Lost Art of Polynesian Navigation Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/art-of-polynesian-navigation Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: […] More

  • Replacing Anchor Chain, Anchor Windlass, and Chain Locker Modifications

    Tweet Replacing Anchor Chain, Anchor Chain Windlass, and Chain Locker Modifications we made to Sailboat Brick House. We finally found ourselves replacing anchor chain on Brick House. It was a long time coming…the anchor chain is 26+ years old and was getting rusty… so it was a much needed upgrade!… Click here for full post: […] More

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