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Pit stop in Great Guana Cay + Marsh Harbour
4 Jan 2019

Pit stop in Great Guana Cay + Marsh Harbour

Great Guana Cay After a stressful situation with our windlass we set anchor for one night at Fisher’s Bay in Great Guana Cay. Our stop here was so-so and after a few hours walking around town we quickly figured out that this wasn’t the place for us. It does have a really beautiful beach

Back in the Bahamas – West End
22 Dec 2018

Back in the Bahamas – West End

Were back in the Bahamas! and it feels so good 🙂 We departed Palm Beach, Fl on 12/17/18 at 5pm. We were originally planning to do a day sail on the 18th since we thought the weather conditions for the Gulf Stream would be better but after monitoring the Chris Parker updates (he’s a weather

Sailboat Maintenance – Bottom Work
27 Oct 2018

Sailboat Maintenance – Bottom Work

Approaching our second sailing season! Which means it’s time to get our lady prepped for the seas. Like any vehicle, maintenance is required except a boat is a little different than what we’ve been used to in terms of “vehicle maintenance”. Having the boat on the hard has bee

Decommissioning our boat
12 Jul 2018

Decommissioning our boat

It’s been a week since we tucked away our gal for the cruising season. We left her in Green Cove Springs, FL We chose this marina for several reasons; affordable, long term storage, a do-it-yourself boat yard, and it’s located 25 miles inland with less exposure to storm winds and surge.

Bumper boats at Staniel Cay Yacht Club
14 Apr 2018

Bumper boats at Staniel Cay Yacht Club

Staniel Cay Yacht Club is one of the busiest marinas we’ve been to in the Bahamas. Full functioning hotel with water front cottages, a gift shop, guided tour boats, they also have the nicest dinghy dock I’ve ever seen, and a bar/restaurant with 3 dining rooms for breakfast, lunch, and di

YouTube debut – Our first video
10 Mar 2018

YouTube debut – Our first video

Yay! Our very first video 🙂 We are YouTube official! Haha. Guess it was time to get out from behind the camera and give an update in “person”. Excited to share more soon – subscribe to us >>HERE<< We’re finally setting sail March 12, 2018. First stop: Bimini,

A beautiful day at the office
28 Feb 2018

A beautiful day at the office

We are going somewhere, people! The Coast Guard finally sent us our paper work 🙂 Beyond excited, as we’ve been anxiously waiting for this moment. After 58 days, we’ve finally taken the boat out of the slip. Sea trials are meant to test the “seaworthiness” of the boat, electronics

Replacing our Mainsheet block
25 Feb 2018

Replacing our Mainsheet block

Well, this will set you back about $250! Worth the money considering blocks do ALL the heavy lifting on board and make sailing life a little easier. Bearings and sheaves are commonly destroyed by UV rays or corrosion. As you can see the old one was prettyyyyyyy worn out and with little effort this

What a winch
19 Feb 2018

What a winch

We’re still (anxiously) waiting on the Coast Guard to get their shit together! “Technical difficulties” is our latest update on expediting our paperwork. So, while we wait at the marina we’ve continued to work through some projects that were a little lower on the priorities l

Whats Up?
16 Feb 2018

Whats Up?

It’s a bird, its a plane, it’s…Brent up in the air! 🙂 One of the last big projects on our to-do list was going up the mast to install the AirMar, a system for weather monitoring. Then the iKommunicate and iKonnect (wireless access point) inside the main cabin. All of this tech