“If it feels good, do it” should be the motto of all vacations as it was for six friends and me the first week in March for our sailing charter in the Abacos, Bahamas.
Bareboating off the southern coast of Baja, there is virtually no cell phone coverage, and you are out of VHF range after a day’s sail from the charter base in La Paz.
With many reputable charter companies located on the Bay, anyone, even non-sailors and sailors without cruising vessels (think racers and dinghy sailors), can easily experience a rej
After three years of planning and preparation, my wife Terrie and I set out on our 1983 Beneteau First 35 Anduril for our most ambitious voyage to date.
Caribbean sailing charters, while always special experiences, become fairly routine in execution after you have a few of them under your belt.
“You must return to base.” And then, “This is mandatory!” With that, our crew of six was bound back for Oyster Pond in the Île de St. Martin.
Sailing to Cuba seems to be on every sailor's bucket list.
Over the course of a couple of months last winter, we circumnavigated St. John twice, enjoying several of the mooring fields within Virgin Islands National Park. By Tracy Leonard