A cruising couple and their two pups explore the world by boat

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  • Aleutians
  • All
  • Bahamas
  • Bermuda
  • Building a Boat
  • Canada
  • Commissioning
  • Costa Rica
  • Croatia
  • El Salvador
  • Electrical
  • Electronics
  • France
  • Greece
  • GSSR
  • Horta
  • Japan
  • Mechanical Problems
  • Mexico
  • Nicaragua
  • Nordhavn
  • Nordhavn Atlantic Rally
  • Off season maintenance
  • Pacific Northwest
  • Pixie
  • Provisioning
  • Roche Harbor
  • Spain
  • Videogames
  • Yacht Transport
Nordhavn Atlantic Rally

It has been a year since the Nordhavn Atlantic Rally ….***



Rally Participants

Uno Mas in calm seasSue & John Spencer, Roy Rouse. Not pictured; Clint Spencer (Leg 1), Chris Mather (Leg 2)Satchmo crew poses for a photo opSteve Soltysik, Ellen & Bill Bane, Calvin KendigEnvoy with paravanes ...

Game Over – The Final Chapter

Greetings all… Roberta’s and my cruising has come to an end. It’s sad as I sit here looking at the boat, and looking out at the Mediterranean, and knowing that it will be at least ...

Day 49 – The End (Gibraltar)

Our final day in Gibraltar was perfect. The weather was horrific, but there is more to the story… Roberta and I had the 8:00pm to midnight watch. As our shift began, we were about 150 ...

Day 48-Arrival Gibraltar

This update is being sent out by Ken's dad. I just got off the phone with Ken. He told me the hotel in Gibraltar has no adapters to hook up his laptop to the internet ...

Day 47 – 148 miles to Gibraltar – at this time tomorrow we’ll be on land!

I’m sitting at the table in Sans Souci’s pilothouse, studying a map. As I look out the port side window, Portugal is only 50 miles away. I can’t actually see it, but I know it ...

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Credits     |     Video produced by: Rock Steady Media     |     Teletype photo: Arnold Reinhold     |     PDP-11 photo: Trammell Hudson