I thought I should try to explain a little around the way I am planning my circumnavigation. At least the … Continue reading 66. Circumnavigating – The ‘Easy’ Way
As a solo sailor, I frequently get asked if it’s not scary out there. All alone in perilous waters. The … Continue reading 65. The Risks of Sailing Solo
I am back in Grenada after a six-week European tour. Visiting friends and family in Göteborg, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Frankfurt and … Continue reading 64. Proper Farewells and Tropical Warfare
I’m getting Saoirse ready for a haul-out in a couple of days. For some much needed TLC at the local … Continue reading 63. Where Next?
As a solo sailor, I often get asked if I sleep during long passages. The answer is yes. I need … Continue reading 62. Falling Asleep at the Wheel
The people of Grenada celebrate Spicemas in August every year. A ten day celebration of the abolition of slavery. Locals … Continue reading 61. Spicemas
I have reached Grenada. At the far south of the Windward Island chain. Located 12 degrees north, Grenada is technically … Continue reading 60. Hibernating in Grenada
Having spent six months or so in the Caribbean and several years in theMediterranean, I thought I should venture a … Continue reading 59. The Med or The Caribbean?
No, I have not gotten gills. But I have been certified as a PADI Open Water Diver. Licensed to breathe … Continue reading 58. I Can Breathe Under Water!
I’m aware of that I haven’t posted anything for a month now. One reason is that I managed to get … Continue reading 57. Island Time