27 Feb 2021
There was this story of slipping the lines, exiting a bay and turning left, that our good friend Graeme likes to tell in these words. Ensenada is also in a bay - it even actually m...  Continue reading
10 Feb 2021
Mexico has certainly been a little of cultural shock and brought all sort of introspective thoughts. It's a different country for sure, but the differences and similarities to our ...  Continue reading
9 Feb 2021
Our little Garmin dot hasn't moved for a while, and our sails rest comfortably (but sadly) in their lazy bag (not that we are lazy, but it's the technical name of the bag ^^) as we...  Continue reading
2 Feb 2021
We arrived in Ensenada on a Sunday (January 31st), immediately followed by a holiday, and since the gate of the dock was locked both from the inside and the outside, we were effect...  Continue reading
31 Jan 2021
At 8PM on January 30th 2021, we crossed the imaginary line that marks the maritime border between the USA and Mexico! A moment we had dreamed of for a while, but feared as well. In...  Continue reading
26 Jan 2021
I claim that the answer is "Yes"! For foreign readers: being salty is synonym of being a seasoned sailor in (American?) English. Our impression of this Pacific Coast, on ...  Continue reading
23 Jan 2021
No wind, 2 hours of motoring. Close view on beaches and plants, as well as the massive container ships moored of the shore. The sky was beautiful. First mooring outside the Bay wit...  Continue reading
22 Jan 2021
Warning: this article is not about a nice sailing trip but more a record of a nerve-wracking situation that happened to us in Marina del Rey. Therefore, it may be a little boring, ...  Continue reading
21 Jan 2021
We had to wait for the gale to pass through in Morro Bay and we lost two days. This normally gives us a totally enjoyable stay in a nice town that we like, however we are stressed ...  Continue reading