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Tobago Cays St Vincent and the Grenadines

A visit to the Tobago Cays in St Vincent and the Grenadines was amazing and included a visit to Petit Tabac where the first Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed. But the sea turtles and marine life was beyond the imagination! __________________________________________

Great day for aerial silk

What a wonderful day we had, we were able to scuba dive an area close to Ronde Island just north of Grenada and then Cara got in some aerial silk at sunset. Our friend, Lynn on Open Agenda ( http://www.lynnklassenphotography.com/ ) captured these at sunset.

Squalls, Swells, and Secrets Martinique

It was a crazy day of traveling but so worth the high winds, high seas and rolling anchorages for this… Please also check out our underwater video. Its beautiful! ___________________________________

Swimming with Sharks, Turtles and Rays

What a great day of swimming with sea turtles, stingrays, and nurse, bull and lemon sharks!  We had wanted to take a dive trip with Brendal’s Dive Center but the seas were way to rough to try to go on the outside.  But the snorkeling trip was better than weRead More …

Making the jump to the Bahamas

Crossing the Gulfstream from Lake Worth, FL to the Little Bahama bank at Memory Rock in our Beneteau 40 sailboat

LAST DAY IN THE USA – BAHAMA BOUND!

Last day in the USA – BAHAMA BOUND! We set to cross the Gulf Stream early in the morning.  Bahamas here he come!

We live in a crazy bubble

Sometimes the higher power puts you where you’re supposed to be.   Sometimes you’re just plain lucky.   Sometimes you have to make things happen by sheer force.   And sometimes you need all three.   The next sequence of events is so bizarre that it is incredulous even toRead More …

So thankful for the best things about boatlife

There are many things that we love about the boating community: the camaraderie, eagerness to help others, and the friendliness.  But the best part is the open arms we encounter each time we pull into a new port.  We meet so many people that within a few hours become lifelongRead More …

Aerial Silk Routine Requested by One of our Patrons

One of our subscribers made a special request that I could not deny.  I hope you enjoy. Happy Holidays! Cara  

Aerial silk at Morgan Island

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