Making our continental U.S. landfall in Newport after sailing 16 months and 25,000 nautical miles was most fitting, considering my … Continue reading Returning to my old Stamping Grounds
As it turned out, my second trip to Bermuda was not much better than the first, when I competed in … Continue reading Tales from the Bermuda Triangle
Early in the morning May 20, after nearly two months in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Jamie and I cast off … Continue reading Be careful of that for which you wish…
Departing St. Helena Island at 1500 January 16, we knew we’d done everything possible to make this, our longest passage … Continue reading The Home Stretch
Hello friends and followers! We have had quite a few new subscribers lately, so I wanted to remind everyone about … Continue reading Check Out the Interactive Map!
Having sailed “Nor’easter” across the Pacific and most of the Indian Ocean since our March 3 departure from San Diego, … Continue reading CAPE OF STORMS: Reunion Island to South Africa
My last post detailed our somewhat rocky arrival to Mauritius, but ended with “Nor’easter” being in fine fettle, the crew … Continue reading Mauritius and Reunion: Agony and Ecstasy
The smell of fresh homemade pancakes from a Betty Crocker cookbook recipe wafted through the galley of Nor’easter. I cooked … Continue reading Paradise
I apologize to our followers for my failure to post blogs over the past few months, but since leaving Darwin, … Continue reading Somewhere in the Indian Ocean
We walked through the dirty port, jumped over several muddy grey puddles, avoided the garbage scattered everywhere, and turned onto … Continue reading Dragons and Mantas and Monkeys, Oh My!