Category: Destinations

Cruising to Cabo on the Baja Ha-Ha

For 29 years, the Baja Ha-Ha has inspired thousands of boaters to “Cruise to the Cape” in an annual rally from San Diego, California to Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Some turn around and bash back north to the states after the two-week cruise, but many use it as a jumping point to continue up the Sea of Cortez or head over to the Mexican mainland, and beyond. 

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Southern Coast of Cuba

After spending 11 years in the Virgin Islands and Eastern Caribbean running charters aboard my Lagoon 410, Guiding Light, it was time to set sail westward

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Redefining our “American Dream” Aboard a Sailboat

From the Editor: Meet the Adventure Crews: Cole and Emily Crews, Runners-up for Photo of the Year at the 2023 International Cruisers Awards in Annapolis. The Crews are a fun couple who said goodbye to societal norms, bought a sailing catamaran, and now travel full time, documenting all the ups and downs of boat life on their YouTube channel.

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Sailing Sunday – Compassionate Sailors Saving Lives Worldwide

Life is like a big canvas, isn’t it? Some people choose to break away from conventional life, opting instead for an extraordinary journey that transcends the ordinary. That’s where our story begins! I’m Ryan, a 37-year-old Australian, and my partner Brittni, a 34-year-old Canadian and our rescue pup, Jackson the 40 kg German Shepherd. Our decision to cast off the trappings of a comfortable life 5yrs ago, led us on a sailing journey around the world. What was initially meant to be a 12-month adventure through Europe, evolved into a crazy inspiring 5-year journey on YouTube (Sailing Sunday) saving the lives of animals all over the world. 

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Jimmy Buffett

What inspires people? Loaded question right? For some it’s another individual, like a parent or teachers. For others, it could be athletes or other prominent figures.  For many it’s something intangible, like a sunset or waterfall.  We could go on and on but the answer is as broad as life itself. Whatever or whomever you find inspiration from is what matters most to you.  It truly is a very personal connection.

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Mermaiding in Tahiti

When I first got the call about going to Bora Bora on a press trip to learn how to be a mermaid I was met with a mix of emotions. A “hell yeah” emotion because well I was going to Bora Bora … And a “huh?” emotion because… well… mermaiding?

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Apostle Meanderings and Other Island Stories

The Chesapeake Bay is the nation’s largest estuary. While known for its expansive waters, ideal for sailing and cruising, it is also encompassed by over 100,000 navigable rivers, creeks, and coves. We may be tempted to hurry past those tucked away places, many of which are less than a few hours apart, but the coastal towns
and serene settings of the Chesapeake’s southern shores are worth the slowdown.

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The Abacos Have Returned, and So Should You

The Chesapeake Bay is the nation’s largest estuary. While known for its expansive waters, ideal for sailing and cruising, it is also encompassed by over 100,000 navigable rivers, creeks, and coves. We may be tempted to hurry past those tucked away places, many of which are less than a few hours apart, but the coastal towns
and serene settings of the Chesapeake’s southern shores are worth the slowdown.

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