Anchoring Antics at St Croix

Finally, we turned south! After what seemed like years going into the east wind working our way from the west coast of Puerto Rico to the Virgin Islands we managed to get in a full day of sailing. Our last good sail was the 4 day trip from Turks and Cacaos Islands to Puerto Rico […]

Categories: Caribbean, Sailing Blog, USVI

Swimming With Turtles at St John, USVI

Our tendency to be sociable when in a marina or anchorage is paying off. One of the things we both do is talk to other cruisers to find out which way they are going. If they happen to be going the same way as us, great. We can look for them again in the next […]

Categories: Sailing Blog, USVI


Do you love to hear great stories about how a business started? Then, I have a good one for you. A couple of my other favorites include Guy Laliberté , the founder of Cirque du Soleil, and how he was turned down by every bank he talked to for a loan he needed to expand his […]

Categories: Sailing Adventures, Sailing Blog, USVI

We’re in St Thomas, USVI

We arrived in St Thomas after a bit of a bumpy ride. Since we are still facing the east winds and are trying to travel directly into the wind we have to motor. A die-hard true sailor would sail and tack all the way. We are not sailing purest. We don’t mind motoring now and […]

Categories: Sailing Adventures, Sailing Blog, USVI

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