After 9.5 long years of building the boat, it’s time to start the sailing journey along Australia’s extensive eastern coast from bustling Sydney to calmer Brisbane.
So, what’s it like living aboard an unfinished boat on Sydney Harbour during the late 1980s to early 1990s?
This chapter of the sailing journey takes you through the pain and joys of finishing the boat without electricity and using only hand tools, whilst on anchor in Sydney Harbour.
In this chapter of the challenging and fulfilling sailing journey lasting many years, we travel through the trials and tribulations of launching a home-built boat.
This chapter of the sailing journey building a boat, shares the nitty-gritty, ups and downs, which you can look forward to if you’re thinking of building a boat…
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Travellers often ask about my sailing journey, living on a boat for 21 years, and the adventures of building a boat so, this is the first chapter.
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Whoever said that jumping out of a perfectly good aeroplane at 14,000 feet isn’t insane?
Continue reading “Jumping Out of a Plane at 14,000 Feet!”
A jet fighter ride is undoubtedly the most exhilarating adrenalin-rush experience you’ll ever encounter and the Top Gun 25 Mission is intense!
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Draped in leathers. Hair flowing in the breeze. Looking very cool. Images of the cult film Easy Rider manifest in my mind. But for me, trials and tribulations are many when learning to ride a motorbike. Continue reading “Trials and Tribulations of Learning to Ride a Motorbike”