In general, the odds of being hit are 1,000 to one. In Florida it’s 3.3 in 1,000. And if you’re in a catamaran you’re twice as likely to be hit!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ll no doubt have heard that we lost Millie overboard. In our latest vlog we cover off the story. We’ve changed things around a bit on the video front. The editing is faster and we’re trying to engage more with our viewers by answering questions and covering off topics that you might find interesting. If you have any questions about being a cruiser, or about anything else for that matter, please do send us a message and we’ll try our best to answer it in a future episode.
How/when/why did we end up living this alternative, slightly crazy life? It will be 10 years in December. Blimey!
When we mounted our solar panels eight years ago we opted to hang them from the side, off the pushpit, at the back of the boat, as opposed to mounting them on a gantry or davits above head height at the back. The main reason for doing this at the time was to retain the lines of the boat, but … Read More
Many cruisers visit Penang in order to go through the bureaucracy of acquiring a Thai visa. But Georgetown, with its UNESCO-listed heritage, art scene and world renowned street food is so much more than a visa stop-over. Here’s our guide to what to do and see in the island’s capital, and some suggestions of where to stay and eat.