Month: July 2018

Living in Tight Quarters

Living in Tight Quarters

Two of the most frequent questions we get is how much space do we live in- and how do we cope with living in such tight quarters? How small a space are we talking about?  Mahi is 43 feet long, with a beam of 14 […]

Beautiful Eleuthera

Beautiful Eleuthera

Next port of call is Spanish Wells in order to reprovision. The trip across from the Berry Islands to Northern Eleuthera was not fun for me. I somehow picked up a parasite or infection that laid me low for several weeks. I pull myself together […]

Outer Berry Islands

Outer Berry Islands

We spent time exploring Great Harbour Cay with our friend’s on SV Serenity.  Fun activities include visiting the cave, mangrove ride and lots of beachcombing. One night, Joe, Ethan and I were having dinner with our friend’s Jay and Karen Campbell boat, M/Y Largo.  We […]

Bimini to GHC

Bimini to GHC

Now that we have checked into the Bahamas at Bimini, our PredictWind weather routing software is showing us that a sizeable front is on the way.   Joe and I really do not wish to get stuck in Bimini.  We would rather wait out the bad […]

Cristol on SV Delayed Gratification

Cristol on SV Delayed Gratification

We first met Jeff and Cristol Morgan on SV Delayed Gratification when we literally bumped into them during a nasty storm in the middle of the night during our second year of cruising.  What a way to meet new friends, we laughed about later!   After […]

Florida Keys to Bimini, Bahamas

Florida Keys to Bimini, Bahamas

Note: since it is hurricane season once again, I have time to catch up and write some posts. After patiently waiting almost a month in Marathon, FL, a brief weather window has finally opened up.  We plan to leave Marathon in the afternoon and sail […]