After being back on shore for a year now, I recently came across an SD card with some forgotten footage taken with our GoPro. It was taken during a 50+ knot storm in the Bahamas. We were anchored right on a reef in 9′ of water. Check out how the boys dealt with the drama!
What is it Really Like Sailing With Kids for a Year?
Coming back to land after our year in the Caribbean has been strange for many reasons. One recurring theme has been the questions people ask. Almost everyone we meet always asks, “how was your year, was it great?” The answer, strangely enough, is difficult to articulate. One person who has asked that same question is Jenn […]
Gear Review -Spade Anchors
It’s 1:00 am in the morning. Tornados have been seen ten miles away. There is a two knot current. The wind is gusting to fifty knots across the current. Boats are dragging onto the reef. What are you anchored with?
Alchemy is for Sale
As we finally make our way home to Vermont we are listing Alchemy, our faithful 1974 Tartan 41 for sale. She has carried us safely for over 7,000 offshore miles and is now ready to help a new owner realize their dreams.
20 Things Every Cruiser Should Have
Last week we arrived back in the US after eight months and some 7,000 miles exploring the Caribbean. During that time, we have used lots of different things to make life easier while cruising on our sailboat. Some of them have proved much more useful than others. Here are twenty that I think every cruiser […]
Sex in the Water
It seems it’s been a very long time since we have posted on the blog, we have been using our Sailingwithkids Facebook page. I thought I would throw up this video I took though. It is, literally, sex in the water caught on GoPro!