Author: Anna Marie

Dodging Hurricanes

Summer has ended, it’s getting colder and hurricane season is just about over, so it’s that tricky time of year where we can’t go south too soon, less run into hurricanes-undesirable, but staying north starts getting chilly and the heavy blankets and socks have to get taken out. Also, undesirable. Neither of us fans of the cold weather and now… Read more →

Ordeal vs. Adventure

On August 27, 2019 Paul and I celebrated our Boat Life 2-Year Anniversary. In so many ways things still feel fresh and new and the learning curve only slightly shrunken. In other ways, we’ve learned a great deal and are certainly more comfortable with many aspects of the sailing life today than two years ago. By no means do we… Read more →

Splashed to Spanish Wells

After we finished our boat yard marathon and ‘splashed’ it was easy sailing south to our first real adventure out of the Abacos and onto northern Eleuthera. We finally left Great Abaco and went to a little fishing village called Spanish Wells on the island of St. George’s Cay and enjoyed some touring, the BEST paddle boarding I’ve ever experienced,… Read more →