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  • Feeling Overwhelmed Sailing To Tonga

    We say a sad farewell to the dream that was Niue and set sail for Tonga.  It’s the last destination of the season for us and feelings of overwhelm start to settle in the closer we get. See The Full Story At: Feeling Overwhelmed Sailing To Tonga Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/overwhelmed-sailing-tonga Twitter: @the_wynns […] More

  • First Draft of Season Two

    Winter is a good time to plan for next summer. It is great fun to make big and daring plans, but the recipe for success, I believe, is to be very relaxed about actually sticking to the plans. So, we might end up boldly going where we intend to, Click here for full post: https://nakedsailor.blog/2020/01/12/first-draft-of-season-two/ […] More

  • Hello,​ Roaring 20s!

    As I sit here attempting to encapsulate everything that happened over the span of 12 months, I feel like time passed by in a blink. I have spent the last weeks of 2019 and the beginning of 2020 trying to write this very blog. Usually, I am inspired by recent events and can not wait to […] More

  • Scariest Cave Of My Life!

    Sadly, we have less than 48 hours to explore as much of this rugged island as we can.  Not wanting to squander our precious time, we decide to take on the island’s most extreme caves.  One above water and one below. See The Full Story At: Scariest Cave Of My Click here for full post: […] More

  • Dec 29, 2019-Racing Season Begins with a “Blast”

    wingssail images-lisa diel Starting on Port Tack With a “Blast” in December our racing season got underway. On day one of the Banderas Bay Blast, after a pretty decent start (seen below) we sailed well on the first beat and controlled the small but competitive performance class. We rounded the More

  • Martinique and Joyeux Noël

    We planned on staying in Martinique just a few days. Two weeks and five harbors later, we reluctantly wrapped up our exploration of this fantastic French island to continue our voyage northward. Captain Linda Perry Riera HarborsAfter a 12 hour challenging sail from St. Vincent, Argon nestled in to the Click here for full post: […] More

  • The Most Incredible Place You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

    Here we are on a seemingly unknown island paradise with good food, clear water and immersive hikes. Niue is the most amazing destination we never knew existed. See The Full Story At: The Most Incredible Place You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/incredible-unknown-island Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: the_wynns More

  • Gifts for Sailors on your Christmas List

    TweetWondering what to buy for the Sailor on your shopping List?   Here are a twelve Ideas for the sailor on your list…click any of them for more information, to order, or for some other ideas! Remember, if the sailors on your list may be full time cruisers, they only… Click here for full post: […] More

  • Biggest Waves Ever!!! 4 Days Living At Sea

    It has been said a thousand times, a life at sea is full of extremes. This four-day passage was no exception. From heavenly to heavy in 400 nautical miles. See The Full Story At: Biggest Waves Ever!!! 4 Days Living At Sea Click here for full post: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/biggest-waves-sea Twitter: @the_wynns YouTube: gonewiththewynns Instagram: the_wynns More

  • Cleaning a Sailboat Hull Underwater; How do the Pros do it so Fast?!?

    TweetCleaning a sailboat Hull, underwater, and the tools that you need: Cruisers around the world have different ways of cleaning their hull. Different tools, different process, and techniques. But how do the professionals do it? The ones who are paid to do it and want to do it quickly and… Click here for full post: […] More

  • Real Life On A Remote Island

    Palmerston Island is one of those places we’ll remember forever.  It’s the most remote place we’ve ever sailed, but that isn’t what makes it so memorable.  The islanders have completely immersed us into their world from the moment we set our feet in the sand. See The Full Story At: Click here for full post: […] More

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