This chapter of the sailing journey guides you through Reality’s fitting-out for her maiden voyage.Continue reading “Sailing Journey: Boat Fit-out and Maiden Voyage”
The sailing journey continues with this chapter landing in New York and ready to buy a bigger boat…Continue reading “Sailing Journey: Buying a Boat in New York”
The sailing journey continues with the revelation that Naiad – our home-built sailing boat and home – isn’t big enough. Gonna need a bigger boat!Continue reading “Sailing Journey: Gonna Need a Bigger Boat!”
A gentle sail along the blue-green crystal waters of the southern Caribbean, from picturesque Bonaire to cosmopolitan Curaçao in the Netherlands Antilles…Continue reading “Netherlands Antilles: Sailing Bonaire to Curaçao”
Fancy chilling in beautiful Boston to experience a little culture but also a live American football game?
Continue reading “Chilling in Beautiful Boston, USA”
You can’t but help to be caught up in New York’s manic Manhattan – an energetic epicentre for entertainment, culture, shopping, art, and of course, finance. Continue reading “New York’s Manic Manhattan”
Sailing down America’s famous Hudson River from Poughkeepsie in a private yacht, whilst passing iconic sites gracing ancient shores, until pulling in to dazzling New York, is just incredible! Continue reading “Sailing the Hudson River: Poughkeepsie to New York”
Landed in New York after flying from Peru’s Lima. What to expect… Continue reading “Landed: New York from Lima, Peru”
Are you ever asked the question, why do you travel? To Travel is to Live – Hans Christian AndersenContinue reading “Why do you travel?”
With only a short sail today of just under 80NM from the Netherlands Antilles to Venezuela, I’m hoping the wind is kind and nothing goes wrong…
From the gorgeous shores of the Dominican Republic, it’s time for the longer sail down through the Caribbean Sea, to the Netherland Antilles.
From Illé a Vache in Haiti, it’s only 130NM to reach Cabo Rojo in the Dominican Republic, so not such a long sail this time. What could possibly go wrong?