Author: Anna Marie

Parlez-vous français?

DO I SPEAK FRENCH, you ask? Oui, un petit, petit (petit) peu!  We’ve returned to the Eastern Caribbean after 4 hurricane seasons in the Northeast and 1 in Georgia. Until we landed in the Spanish Virgins, we hadn’t realized how much we’d missed the weather, good vibes, great sailing, laid back lifestyle, swimming off the boat, fresh tropical fruit and… Read more →

Islas de los Encantos

The Spanish Virgins, true to Puerto Rico’s nickname, are definitely enchanting. We had an intense 6.5 days of sailing straight down from the Abacos. We saw a weather window and jumped on it. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to experience the Bahamas as much as we would have liked this time around, but we move with the seasons and if we… Read more →

Hurricane Ian 2022, Forces, and Beyond

Essentially, it’s hurricane season from June to November in this part of the world, from the Caribbean up, along the Northeastern Seaboard. This year has thankfully been fairly uneventful on the coasts of the US, where we found ourselves most of the time. Until… Ian came to town. These systems that turn into hurricanes come off of the West African… Read more →