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.
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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A gentle sail along the blue-green crystal waters of the southern Caribbean, from picturesque Bonaire to cosmopolitan Curaçao in the Netherlands Antilles…
Venezuela’s spectacular Angel falls – an extreme adventure to the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world.
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?