Just us and 1000 other boats…
It’s been a minute since our last post… New Year, new posting schedule? 😉
The main island of Guadeloupe is shaped like a big butterfly. Basse Terre, on the Western side, is full of tall, volcanic mountains covered in lush green forests and beautiful waterfalls (which we have yet to go explore, alas). Grande Terre, to the East, is more flat and dry, and largely developed with towns and Continue Reading
The sail from Jolly Harbour, Antigua to Guadeloupe is about 40 nautical miles, or 7-8 hours of sailing time in our boat. We calculate an average speed of about 5.5 knots/hour when planning our journeys – when the winds are up we will sail faster than that, but you can quickly end up getting slowed Continue Reading
Montreal, Quebec, and rough weather on the St. Lawrence give way to the beautiful Charlevoix
Memories and joy with family and friends as we leave the great lakes behind.
Finishing up our North Channel cruise with a voyage along the northern shore.
The legendary North Channel anchorage delivers.
Beaverstone Bay to Little Current
Thanks to flaky internet, this post took longer to write, than the amount of time it covers…