Sailing Fiction

Sailing Fiction

I’ve always been a big reader, but since moving onboard the boat, the number of books I consume every year is truly terrifying. Thankfully, I have figured out how to read many books for free (legally, of course!) As sailors, it’s nice to read about adventures similar to our own, though usually there’s more drama…

Cruising the Northern Exuma Islands
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Cruising the Northern Exuma Islands

While Georgetown gets busy, with 400 cruising boats at a time in the peak months (Feb-April), it’s a different kind of busy from the northern Exumas, especially Georgetown. After hearing so much about it, we were excited to make our way north and check out the rest of the island chain. Many of our friends…

Eastern Caribbean Humanitarian Projects with Macario Advantage

Eastern Caribbean Humanitarian Projects with Macario Advantage

This post is a collaboration with Macario Advantage, a non-profit organization run by our friends Magoe and Clair. We wanted to take some time out of our lives to hear about the goodness cruisers can accomplish, especially in this difficult time. We first met Magoe and Clair because we wanted to buy their boat! Sailing…