7 sailing blogs to follow in 2014

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It’s amazing what a little dry land, a comfortable mattress and unlimited hot showers will do to restore one’s love and nostalgia for the sea.

It was just a month ago that I crawled off the deck of Henri Lloyd and onto the docks of Albany, Australia, with an acute disdain for my crusty foul-weather gear and an intense thirst for beer.

Yet, no sooner did I dry out than I began missing life at sea again. Which compelled me to get back in touch with some of the amazing cruising couples we met as we sailed south from New York to the Caribbean last year.

And when I started reading their blogs again, I was amazed at the incredibly different paths they all took after we left them to go our own way. Which just illustrates the infinite number of options open to cruisers and sailors alike when they ask themselves the question “What’s next?”

So I thought it would be fun to introduce you to some of the great sailors with sailing blogs we met in 2013 and give you an overview of where they are now and where they’re headed in 2014. Though, keep in mind the plans of cruisers (and any travelers, really) are written in sand at low tide.

1. Gretchen and Chris, s/v Alchemy and now s/v Gossamer

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Chris and Gretchen on their new boat, Gossamer

It was the combination of a marathon, a desperate cry for help on Facebook and an email from Brittany at Windtraveler that brought us together with Gretchen and Chris in Oriental, North Carolina one chilly, serendipitous weekend. Their willingness to help out two strangers in a bind and give us a lift to the airport (not to mention a loaf of homemade bread), totally blew us away. And they have a fluffy white cat. And we have a fluffy white cat. Um, fate?

What they’ve been up to

Gretchen and Chris cruised Alchemy up the east coast U.S. to Maine and then stopped in Massachusetts on their way back down to buy a bigger boat – a 1978 Camper & Nicholson 44 — which means they’re trading the title of “cruisers” for “full-time mechanics” for the time being. So, if you’re looking to buy a boat, you should check out Alchemy, for sale at Crusader Yacht Sales in Annapolis, MD.

2014 Plans

This winter and thereafter, Gretchen and Chris will be doing a refit on s/v Gossamer to get her ready for her trip south to the Bahamas sometime in the distant future (we all know how refits go). For now, they’re based in Annapolis, MD while their new boat rests at the city docks downtown. If you’re interested in the psychology behind the cruising life, Gretchen writes a lot about the mental side of sailing here: www.witzgall.org/blogs/gretchen

2. Jessica and Matt, s/v Serendipity

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Matt and Jessica (aka Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Klein)

A young couple in their early thirties, Jessica and Matt often look like they’ve stepped out of a Calvin Klein ad and could give Alex & Taru a run for their money at modeling (I mean, look at these guys! No photo-shopping necessary). After meeting them for the first time in North Carolina, we kept close to them for most of our journey down the ICW, until their unfortunate accident in St. Augustine, Florida, which put a stop to their cruising for a bit.

What they’ve been up to

After several months spent in St. Augustine doing repairs on Serendipity, Jessica and Matt went back out to sea with a vengeance and cruised to the Bahamas, Cuba, the Cayman Islands and hunkered down in Rio Dulce, Guatemala for hurricane season. After the weather cleared, they made the jump to Belize and on to Cozumel, Mexico.

2014 Plans

Right now they’re on Isla Mujeres, Mexico and are planning to make their way to Florida before heading to the Bahamas, the BVI’s and the Lesser Antilles and maybe even the Mediterranean. They’d like to cruise around Europe for a while and get off the boat to do some backpacking on land, but you’ll have to follow their blog to see where they actually end up: www.mjsailing.com

3. Stephanie and Brian, s/v Rode Trip

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Stephanie and Brian, the most hard-core young sailors I know.

We met Stephanie and Brian about the same time we met Jessica and Matt, and our friendships were solidified one drunken Thanksgiving in St. Marys when we boat-hopped from vessel to vessel, drinking up everyone’s booze stores and collecting more cruisers until we finally stuffed everyone into Hideaway to party it up into the wee hours of the morning. Expert sailors and spearfishermen, Steph and Brian are responsible for teaching us how to find and catch fish, which we’re forever grateful for.

What they’ve been up to

After we went our separate ways from the Bahamas – us to the Dominican Republic and them to the Jamaica — they joined back up with Jessica and Matt and sailed with them to Cuba and the Cayman Islands, then went off again on their own path to Bermuda and back to Maine for hurricane season. Right now they’re in the Bahamas again, spearfishing, swimming with pigs and visiting some of the spots they missed the first time around.

2014 plans

This year, Steph and Brian hope to transit the Panama Canal and, as they say, who knows? You’ll have to follow their blog to find out: www.rodetrip.net

4. Brittany and Scott, s/v Asante

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Windtraveler family of 3, soon to be 5!

Not only has Windtraveler played a big part in inspiring us to go cruising, but when we finally got to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and started preparing Hideaway for her first big crossing, they also welcomed us into their community of cruisers. Brittany and Scott (and little Isla) had made a home in Fort Lauderdale as they refitted their boat Asante for their trip south and, having stayed there for a while, connected with some amazing couples on boats who we were fortunate enough to meet and stay in touch with.

What they’ve been up to

After we met them, Asante headed south through the Bahamas and on to Grenada before heading north to St. Maarten, finally putting their boat to rest in the BVI’s to prepare for a new adventure: the arrival of twins. Which, when those little babies arrive, will officially make Windtraveler the largest family EVER on a boat, with three kids. THREE!

2014 plans

For now, the Windtravelers have become landlubbers in Chicago as they await the birth of their girls in February. As Brittany says, “Nothing like having a ‘bonus baby’ to throw a major ‘jibe’ in one’s cruising plans!” Their plans are to cruise on Lake Michigan regularly with their girls, and from there they’re going to do a Lake Michigan “test” cruise with the kids before flying south to Asante sometime in 2015. Follow this expanding family afloat as they continue their adventures with three kids in tow: www.windtraveler.net

5. Melody and Chris, s/v Vacilando

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Melody and Chris, the artist and the musician.

Mel and Chris are an amazingly creative couple who we met through Brittany and Scott at a BBQ in Fort Lauderdale. And we’ve been following their travels up and down the ICW ever since. Melody is tied to waters where they can get a good internet connection because her income depends on it, and Chris is currently working on his music, which is amazing and very affordable on iTunes. Check out him out at www.chrisdicroce.net. He’s like a folksy Bruce Springsteen, but with a better voice. If you want to sign him onto your record label, though, you’ll have to take it up with his manager, Melody.

What they’ve been up to

Since we last saw them, Mel and Chris have been cruising up and down the ICW working on their boat, working on music and making money doing whatever work they can come by. They’re a great example of how you can still take the leap and live the traveling life even if you can’t afford to quit working. Ryan and I know how that is, so we have huge amounts of respect for working cruisers like Mel and Chris.

2014 Plans

Right now they’re in Fort Lauderdale because, well, Polar Vortex. And also because Chris found some solid work doing everything from high fashion to feature films. Their goal for this year is to try to score some music gigs in places like Ireland, where Chris’ music has done well in the past, and get to the Bahamas one day on their boat. You can follow their journey at www.mondovacilando.com

6. Alex and Dave, s/v Banyan

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Dave and Alex (aka Troublemakers)

Be warned: these two are a very bad influence. If it weren’t for Alex and Dave, we’d probably have headed back to Florida for hurricane season after a few months of cruising through the Bahamas. But after a few pep talks from these two (and a few rum punches), we decided hurricanes were no longer a problem and we were heading south to the Caribbean, like our friends on Banyan.

What they’ve been up to

Causing trouble all over the Caribbean – these guys have been moving! I can’t even list all the islands they’ve been to, as it would take up too much blog space. But as of now, they’re in Antigua after spending three weeks up to Christmas in Sainte Anne, Martinique.

2014 Plans

Right now these two are undoubtedly in a pub in Falmouth Harbour, Antigua, convincing more unsuspecting cruisers to throw caution to the wind and go follow their dreams. Their plans are to explore the island until they get the itch to head north to the BVIs/USVIs and work their way back down the chain of islands to Grenada for June/July and hurricane season. But aside from their sailing plans, Alex’s last email to me was full of goals for 2014, like run more, write a cookbook and maybe even race in the Dark-n-Stormy regatta in Anegata. They’re as full of energy and ideas as ever. So, as I said, be warned – you can read their blog, but you might start making crazy plans too. Proceed with caution: www.sailblogs.com/member/banyan

7. Genevieve and Eben, s/v Necesse

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Arias and Ellia, the stars of “It’s a Necessity”.

Normally, I wouldn’t forgo a picture of my friends just to show their kids, but are you kidding? Just look at these faces! And if you think they’re cute, you should see their gorgeous parents, Genevieve and Eben (sorry, guys, your pictures come second. What can I say? CUTE!). We met this wonderfully sweet and incredibly photogenic family in Cabarete, Dominican Republic one weekend during our long stay there and they’ve been up to nothing but good ever since.

What they’ve been up to

After we left the D.R., Necesse waited until the end of hurricane season before continuing on to Puerto Rico. But now they’re back in the D.R. in Sosua working with Live Different, a non-profit organization that builds homes for people in need in Puerto Plata. Even the kids are pitching in to help – go to their blog to see pictures of the project. GO! Trust me, it will warm your heart.

2014 Plans

Genevieve and Eben are considering their options for the moment, but it’s possible they may have a job offer to work for Live Different for several months, so if that works out, they’ll be in Sosua. Either way, you’ll have to check out their blog to find out more about the good work they’re doing: www.itsanecessity.net

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The lucky parents: Eben and Genevieve.

So there you have it!

If you’re looking for a sailing journey to follow in 2014, these guys are out there and we’ve met them. In person. And it was wonderful. Some of them even have cats.

We’ve also been contacted by scores of other cruisers who I haven’t met in person, but feel like I know through email and Facebook. Like Rebecca and Brian of the blog and boat Summertime Rolls, who have even hung out with some of our sailing friends back in New York. They’re from New York and are currently heading south. They also have cats. Not to be confused with the cat they sail on.

Got a sailing blog to share? (Or motorboat blog?) Comment below with a link so we can follow and share the love!

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  • Drena January 9, 2014, 11:53 pm

    We have a cat 🙂


  • Melody s/v Vacilando January 10, 2014, 2:44 am

    Tasha – wow, you freakin’ rock! Thank you so much for including us in your post. I know we’ve said it before but I’ll keep saying it – the people we’ve met along the way are so amazing and inspirational, and I am forever grateful to be part of the cruising community – such a cool group of sailors / travelers / awesome people. You and Ryan are way up at the top of my “people who inspire me” so keep doing what you’re doing and I cannot wait to see you again somewhere along the way! xo
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    • Tasha January 12, 2014, 4:19 am

      Awww, Mel, I hope we get to buddy boat somewhere someday! You guys are so awesome!

  • MJ Sailing January 10, 2014, 6:04 am

    I’m still so happy that Bill and Grace mentioned you to us and we ended up anchored right next to each other in Beaufort. I can’t even keep count of how many good times we had from there on. Ryan’s birthday in Charleston, Cruisers Thanksgiving in St. Mary’s, and how nice it was to have a familiar face to comfort us after the accident in St. Augustine. We’re so happy that we met you two, and I’m sad that our time together was cut short and we never cruised the Caribbean together. Hopefully our paths will cross again some day because you guys are too cool not to hang out with again!! I hope 2014 brings you the best and just as much adventure as 2013 did! 🙂
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    • Tasha January 12, 2014, 4:23 am

      Jess, I LOVE following your adventures…you guys are growing such awesome stuff! Let’s meet out on the water again, please. Kitty play dates!

  • Janice Stringer January 10, 2014, 9:21 am

    Hi Tasha,
    I’ve just finished reading your blog article – it’s given me itchy feet. I love the sea but have never had the opportunity to spend time as something other than a landlubber! I’ll look at the blogs with interest.
    I love Australia as well, not had the opportunity yet to travel western oz but have travelled from Darwin to Sydney and Wollongong.
    What are you up to next?

    • Tasha January 12, 2014, 4:27 am

      We LOVED Australia…lots of pics coming up in the next post! Thanks so much for reading! What’s next? Running around Southeast Asia!

  • Chrystal Young January 10, 2014, 3:09 pm

    We are big fans of Sailing Banyan. They got us started on Hashing in Grenada where we have a sailing school. We blog about sailing, destinations and life in the Grenadines.

    Keep up the great work!
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    • Tasha January 12, 2014, 4:17 am

      Hi Crystal! Banyan are terrible influences, aren’t they? 😉 We hope to get to the Grenadines soon so I’ll follow your blog!

  • Britton & Dieter January 10, 2014, 3:40 pm

    Thanks so much for sharing all these active and exciting blogs! We found your blog through Twitter and have enjoyed your adventures and writing style. I think all of the others you mention in this post will be fun to get to know. We are in the process of restoring a 40′ Newporter and have plans to set sail in July 2016 after our son graduates high school. In the meantime, we’re diving and on the water every chance we get to pull away from regular work and the restore project! http://www.DivingIntoCruising.com
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    • Tasha January 12, 2014, 4:14 am

      Hi Britton and Dieter,
      Good luck with the restoration! I love the combination of cruising with diving…I’ll follow your blog for ideas!

  • Sharon January 10, 2014, 8:15 pm

    We have three cats 😉

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  • Sabrina January 10, 2014, 9:26 pm

    Tasha, now I am the one delayed in emailing you back. I have a good excuse…we have been living aboard and cruising! Woo hoo! Currently in USVI and getting ready to head down island.

    Sv Honey Ryder Caliber 40 LRC
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    • Tasha January 12, 2014, 4:30 am

      That’s amazing, Sabrina! I am looking forward to getting to the USVI’s on our boat…I’ll follow you to get ideas! Enjoy cruising!

  • Joao & NaE Gomes January 11, 2014, 9:35 am

    We are finally leaving our comfort zone…our dog left (on Friday 10th) and we will follow on the Tuesday (13Jan) with our baby daughter (1 year and 1 week old)…see you guys around…
    Our trip will start in Luperon, Dominican Republic…
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    • Tasha January 12, 2014, 4:10 am

      Yay! Congratulations!!! That’s incredible! I hope we’ll run into you in the Caribbean…
      Fair winds,

  • Carly January 11, 2014, 3:46 pm

    It’s funny how the some old goodies do the rounds.

  • Brittany January 12, 2014, 6:41 pm

    Awww….thank you for sharing us. It was great to meet you both and we’re so happy to have connected you to some lasting friendships. That’s the stuff that makes the world go round right there! Keep on being awesome and hopefully we cross paths again ONE day (we’ll be back out in 2015!). Much love!
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    • Tasha January 13, 2014, 12:47 pm

      Hey Brittany!
      I really do hope we can raft up out there one day. Ryan and I need some inspiration to jump forth and have kids on boats!

  • Linda - sv JACARANDA January 12, 2014, 8:44 pm

    Take a peek at our website – just finished posting land travel in Peru and getting on with our land travel in Ecuador. In Panama at the moment and sailing back to Ecuador in June for more of South America before doing the Puddle Jump to your neck of the woods in 2015. That’s the handwriting on the wall! Also, have an interview posted from Sailing Podcast. Hope to cross wakes with you one day. Love your writing style!

  • Sarah Somewhere January 16, 2014, 4:36 pm

    Wow, these blogs sound amazing, along with the people and adventures behind them! Will definitely be checking them out!
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    • Tasha January 18, 2014, 10:14 am

      There’s some amazing people out there on boats writing blogs, that’s for sure! Maybe you’ll be tempted to go sailing yourself… watch out! 🙂

  • Samuel Jeffery January 18, 2014, 10:12 am

    Very cool to find out about these sailing blogs! It’s a genre I’m just discovering in the blogging world.

    • Tasha January 18, 2014, 10:19 am

      Careful now! Before you know it, you’ll be buying a boat, adopting a cat and sailing off to the Caribbean!

    • MJ Sailing May 25, 2014, 2:32 pm

      I just think that Tasha and I need to work extra hard to make sure that someone in the sailing community can finally make their way on to your Top 100 Travel Blog list. Agree Tasha? Ready, set, promote sail blogs!
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  • Larry Falco February 11, 2014, 2:02 pm

    Thank you for sharing your stories. I could not stop reading!!! I hope to be buying a sailboat in the near future and learn how to use it. My goal is to cruise the Caribbean just as you have.

    • Tasha February 12, 2014, 1:24 am

      Hey Larry! Thanks for stopping by! That’s so exciting that you’ll be buying a boat soon – what are you looking for? I may know someone selling a boat and could pass on the ad to you. 🙂

  • Kim, s/v LAHO February 21, 2014, 3:14 pm

    Awesome list! Love all of those blogs (along with our own of course, lol). We are leaving Naples this month to start cruising full time through the Bahamas/Caribbean. Hope to see you out there one day. Fair winds! -Kim, s/v LAHO

    • Tasha February 23, 2014, 10:14 pm

      Hey Kim!
      I’m so excited for you!!! If you get to Luperon, go check on our boat Hideaway for us – she’s on the hard in Marina Tropical. I really hope we see you out there too! We’ll probably get back to our boat in the autumn of 2014. I miss sailing 🙂

  • Mark March 7, 2014, 3:14 am

    For all of us who are out there living aboard and sailing we know we are part of a big family and are prepared to do what we can to look after each other. Hopefully the blogs will show that.

    We have been living aboard and cruising Europe for the last three years. The sights, experiences and people we have met can never be taken away from us. They are all magic memories.

    We have our own sailing blog which is slightly different to the norm, totally politically incorrect and we hope someone takes a look.

    If anyone wants to know more about this lifestyle please just said us a message as we love hearing from you.


  • patrick schroder July 6, 2014, 12:55 pm

    If you are intrested to follow me, im a optimist sailor and im one of the best optimist sailors in finland and im going to the nordics in 2 weeks and im writing of my winter tour and my life in helsinki! http://www.patrickschroder.wordpress.com

  • Ron | Active Planet Travels July 24, 2014, 5:40 pm

    Great list. I’ve been looking for some new bloggers who have taken the leap from the 9-5 world into sailing full time. I started a few years ago blogging full time but am now seeking to get my sea legs by sailing around the Carribbean. Let’s see how it goes! 😀
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    • Tasha July 29, 2014, 10:58 am

      Hey Ron! Sounds like you’re a man with a plan! Our boat is currently in the D.R., waiting for us to return to her this fall. Perhaps we’ll run into you down there in the Caribbean! It’s a good life down there…

  • Suzanne August 30, 2014, 10:28 am

    Hey Tasha,

    Thanks for this post! Bookmarked your blog, LOVE it! I’m quite a sailing newbe but i’m going to make my first big trip this year Canary Islands – Cabo Verder – Caribbean! Learning a lot from you stories, and from the other blogs you recommend here.
    Cheers from Spain
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  • Rob and Karen Oberg September 3, 2014, 7:47 am

    We are an Aussie couple from Ipswich in Queensland who are over the 9 to 5 & raising family thing and are now pursuing our dreams of exploring the world under sail. To start this adventure we sailed as crew with other cruisers. It began in June 2011 sailing around the north of Australia through Indonesia to Bali where we joined a ketch to Borneo & on to Malaysia. We raced in the Kings Cup Regatta in Thailand before flying to the Mediterranean to sail a high-tech Shipman 72 from Northern Italy to Malta, Tunisia, Sardinia, Mallorca & along the Spainish coast in winter. Next came Gibraltar to the UK via Portugal and the infamous Bay of Biscay. In 50 weeks we logged a total of 7,239 nautical miles or 13,406 kilometres. We also visited amazing places & shared equally amazing experiences, made lifelong friends, sailed with some absolutely wonderful owners, along with a couple of obnoxious ones. With Marc, a great friend we met crewing, we have now made the leap to cruising a Jeaneau 43DS, Alcheringa, ourselves. We’re here for a good time not a long time and don’t plan to waste any of it. You can read about all of our adventures past, present & future here on dreamtimesail.blogspot.com/ hope you enjoy the read and feel it is worthy to share with your readers.

  • Kevin Curran September 24, 2014, 2:12 pm

    What a cool resource for Sailors.
    Nice to see so many brave sailing couples out there…

    I’ve recently shifted my sailing blog to serve as a resource for California sailors and also to share a few irreverent tips for the newbie Sailors –
    Hope you enjoy!

    Captain Curran
    S/V Alize’
    Curran’s Captain’s Log
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  • Paul Frew September 26, 2014, 3:34 am

    We are an English couple sailing an Oyster yacht. We started in the UK and spent a season in the Mediterranean then croissed the Atlantic with the ARC. After a winter in the Caribbean we returned to the Med and have now decided to cross the Pacific, leaving in October 2014 and aiming to be in Australia by August 2015. Our blog about our travels in at http://www.yachtjuno.com
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    • Tasha September 26, 2014, 11:17 am

      Hi Paul! Thanks for sharing your blog! I would love to sail an Oyster – you’re a lucky owner! And I hope to get over to the Mediterranean myself one day! Fair winds!

  • jason frechette February 8, 2015, 9:16 pm

    Hi we are a young couple refitting a 30f sailboat and getting ready to sail offshore from Canada to Australia going threw the south pacific islands with 2 of our friends. We will be posting bi-weekly posts .
    Thank you for watching

  • Matthew Connolly February 20, 2015, 12:17 pm

    I am maintaining the website / blog for my 2 friends that a currently circumnavigating in a Panda 40. They just transited the Panama Canal and are heading to the Galapagos. Check it out – http://www.coconutwoman.org/

  • aegeanwind March 9, 2015, 3:24 pm

    vey nice!

  • David Coulson-Lowes May 4, 2015, 4:01 pm

    Inspiration – great to have a collection of so many stories about positive people really living. Thanks.

  • Erik Bachmann August 31, 2015, 8:30 pm

    Great list, so fun to keep up with fellow sailors and see what all the plans lead to and how they shift.

    Check out our blog at http://www.westernlens.com for stories from California to Mexico…for now 🙂

    If your interested in vlogs too we are trying our hand at them too.

    Enjoy and hop on board!

  • Alternative-sailing November 1, 2015, 1:03 pm

    Hi ! Friends thanks for the post , it was very interested and liked us. i will looking forward updates of it. I love your blog and will also recommend it.

  • Natasha December 5, 2015, 8:20 pm

    Hello Tasha!
    Thought I’d share our website/blog and story. We have been sailing for years (10) but just recently started blogging. We started living a nomadic live aboard our Green boat (engineless) with 2 toddlers and have since added two more to the crew (born onboard one in the Caribbean and one in the Arctic). We cover a lot of “ground”, we don’t really stay put much, lots of sailing in the Pacific, Caribbean, North Atlantic, Arctic circle, North Sea and currently in Europe.
    Please feel free to share our story.
    Fair winds, Natasha

    • Tasha December 26, 2015, 3:09 pm

      Lovely to hear from you, Natasha! We are hoping not to stay put much ourselves now that we’re finally moving full time 🙂 I look forward to following your story!

  • Yachts Cancun Luxury Charters May 25, 2016, 6:52 am

    Hi Tasha! It’s a great list!! It is really inspiring to see these people (including you) who have ditched the boring 9-5 job and started sailing around the world full time because of their love for sea. I also started my yacht charter business years back as I am passionate about sailing. Although I have sailed around Bahamas like Gretchen and Chris & Jessica and Matt but I just love the beautiful Cancun coastline. You can check my website http://www.yachtscancunluxurycharters.com/destinations to know more about amazing Cancun destinations before you get there!
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  • Tourist In Paradise August 12, 2016, 2:35 pm

    Awesome sailing tips!

    We’d like to recommend our blog on sailing to Bequia (Saint Vincent & the Grenadines). It features a Swedish couple (S/Y Emma of Sweden) who cross the Atlantic Ocean and sail around the Grenadine islands.

    Good read!

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