Month: January 2017

Constraints

Obviously, there are limitations to your life when you live on a boat, but they aren’t necessarily the ones you’d think. If you want, you can park somewhere with really easy access to groceries, laundry and restaurants. There… Read More

Fish Hunting

I know you guys have missed me, ever curious about the trials of Michu the Boat Contortionist. Yes, in spite of paying $1200 to get the rear main seal replaced and installing an airsep, the diesel is still… Read More

From Long Island, Bahamas

Warm wind in the palm leaves, and I think of snow In the distant province where things happened That belong to another, inconceivable life. The bright side of the planet moves towards darkness And the cities are falling… Read More

Camp for Cruisers

I mean, I’m not the first one to say it. Georgetown is like summer camp. Sometimes, though, camp is pretty good. We are not anywhere near peak season here in Georgetown, so the number of boats hanging out… Read More

Cost to Cruise: December

Boilerplate Disclaimer: This is not what it will cost you to go cruising. People’s constant advice, discussing cruising finances, always seems to be: It’ll cost what you have. We did not find this helpful in our planning, however… Read More