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Boat life: What we’ll miss & won’t miss
15 Jul 2020

Boat life: What we’ll miss & won’t miss

In case you missed it on Instagram, Sea duction has sold! Bittersweet *sniff sniff* Our full-time cruising lifestyle has had it’s ups and downs like any other way of life. So, in the interests of providing helpful information to those just starting out or considering whether they should toss every

SOLD! Fair winds ol’ gal
10 Jul 2020

SOLD! Fair winds ol’ gal

14 countries, hundreds of islands, 686 days aboard, 5,952 nautical miles and countless memories made! I still can’t believe we flew home with only 3 bags and 2 backpacks!! Hopefully Sea duction’s new owners will get to enjoy some of those same awesome experiences. Why we sold? Lifes

Confession: When travel fatigue sets in
17 Jun 2020

Confession: When travel fatigue sets in

It’s been 7 months since we began season 3 of our sailing adventure. That’s 650+ days as full-time cruisers/live-aboards, and my oh my has it been a whirlwind. One thing I haven’t been able to shake this past season is feeling guilty about craving “normalcy”. Granted, this

Guadeloupe: France in the tropics – Part 2
20 Feb 2020

Guadeloupe: France in the tropics – Part 2

Ahhh . . . Les Saintes! A truly remarkable little archipelago. It’s a cluster of eight small islands with some of the most beautiful bays in the world. Its off-grid Caribbean charm instantly won us over. Along with all the fresh baguettes, beignets, and gelato. The sail from mainland Guad

Guadeloupe: France in the tropics
10 Feb 2020

Guadeloupe: France in the tropics

It’s true…WE LOVE GUADELOUPE! We spent over a month+ in the butterfly-shaped 630 square-mile island duo, and it did not disappoint us. With its lush rainforest, volcanic peaks, and all the delicious food and wine you could possibly want. Guadeloupe blends some of the most appealing aspec

St. Kitts & Nevis
30 Dec 2019

St. Kitts & Nevis

With its pristine coastline and lush rainforest our approach into St. Kitts has made for one of my favorite “Land Ho” moments. As the sun brightly shined, pops of olive, lime, emerald, and pear randomly scattered the hillside and mountain tops. All of these distinct hues of green made

It’s our boat-aversey!
29 Dec 2019

It’s our boat-aversey!

T W O years ago to the date, we moved onto our floating home in Ft. Lauderdale, FL to pursue a dream of sailing through the Bahamas and Caribbean. Well folks, we are doing it!!! 🙂 Our travels in 2019 have brought gratitude for some of the smallest things, and a realization of some huge wonders [

Sint Eustatius: an island out of time
27 Dec 2019

Sint Eustatius: an island out of time

Our passage over to Sint Eustatius, locally known as Statia (Stay-sha), was anything but as predicted. Starting with a Mega yacht traffic jam coming out of the Simpson Bay lagoon where we were greeted with rain showers and squalls right after raising the sails followed by a brief engine fail and end

ST. Martin / ST. Maarten: a land with two faces
22 Dec 2019

ST. Martin / ST. Maarten: a land with two faces

After weeks of preparation and a relaxing Thanksgiving in BVI, the forecast finally called for a good window to cross the Anegada Passage over to St. Martin. We staged up at our fav, Cooper island and waited for our 5pm departure, a 13 hr/ 85 NM journey. It was a motoring event only but we were

Time to splash
1 Dec 2019

Time to splash

We had a fun summer on land over hurricane season but we were also on the move a lot! 2019 was certainly a very busy year for travel. After securing Sea duction on land and leaving BVI in July 2019 we bounced around the US for a few months; Florida, Georgia, California, Nashville, Chicago, North Ca