The right boat is the one you own, but if you don’t own one, which one is right? I have owned and cruised extensively on a budget monohull cruiser and two cruising catamarans and all have been the right boat. Luckily, my first boat purchase … Continue readingHow to Choose the Right Cruising Sailboat. A Process Guide
Cannot find what you like on the brokerage market? We monitor CatamaranSite.com for catamarans for sale by owner. And often clients come to us for support including purchase and sale contracts, survey / seatrial, escrow, tax complications, and closing documentation in purchasing one of these … Continue readingFor Sale By Owner Catamarans
Super excited to recommend the sailing blog of Danny and Cindy on S/V Miles, a Stevens 50!
My wife and I took 5 friends down to Antigua this year to do some quantitative easing in that fine country. This review of our boat, the Lagoon 42, is based on my experience showing and moving them in Lauderdale as well as from this … Continue reading2018 Lagoon 42: Champaign and Lobster Charter Boat
New Jordan Yachts broker, Nate, gives some recommendations on buying a catamaran for families with kids. He specializes in cruising catamarans and has a wealth of knowledge from his adventures with his family of 5. Please contact via firstname.lastname@example.org or (407) 929-9872. Main photo on … Continue readingTransitioning to a Cruising Lifestyle; My family’s key recommendations.
Below is a drone video of The Harlen Wood – our 60 Shannon HPS for sale in Fort Lauderdale. We took her off of Port Everglades inlet the other day to film her using a Mavic Pro drone.
My attention dirfts to a conversation some months back. “Have you scared yourself yet?” our boat broker Tom Harney from Jordan Yachts asked me. We crossed paths in Florida months after buying Wild Hair. “No, not really,” I remarked. Dave concurred. “We’ve gotten into some … Continue readingBook Review: Ocean of Insight: A Sailor’s Voyage from Despair to Hope
A search of my Gmail shows that I activated my SPOT Messenger 2 on June 13, 2011. Since then, I have used my SPOT to sail throughout the Caribbean, eastern Atlantic, and as far south as Colombia. On deliveries it has become a critical means … Continue readingSpot Messenger 2 Review
Day 1 “Find that noise.” – Captain “Which noise?” – Crew “That one. Find that noise!” – Captain We left Fort Lauderdale early February 22, 2015. Our weather window, created between the passing of one cold front and the arrival of another, had arrived. We … Continue readingFountaine-Pajot Saba 50
The first 3 days went by in a haze, I was seasick and tried to move as little as possible, only got up when I was on watch or needed to go to the bathroom. No food for me. The weather was really tough, the … Continue readingFelix Report – Riding the elephant