Living on a Boat #boatlife

It’s been a while since we actually felt like we lived anywhere.I realize that sounds like a strange statement, but it’s true. From the time we left St. Croix a dozen years ago until just this past year we have been essentially nomads. But now we bought a boat, moved on to it and made it our new home…
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It’s been a while since we actually felt like we lived anywhere.I realize that sounds like a strange statement, but it’s true. From the time we left St. Croix a dozen years ago until just this past year we have been essentially nomads. But now we bought a boat, moved on to it and made it our new home…
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Venturing through Ventura on California’s Gold Coast

As the virus continues wreaking havoc on travel almost everywhere, biking close to home seems to be one of the best alternatives. With that in mind we revisit this story from a few years ago about pedaling around our hometown.
Southern California is extremely bike friendly, but some places are friendlier than others….

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As the virus continues wreaking havoc on travel almost everywhere, biking close to home seems to be one of the best alternatives. With that in mind we revisit this story from a few years ago about pedaling around our hometown.
Southern California is extremely bike friendly, but some places are friendlier than others….

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Sitting on the Dock of the Bay


We are convinced that there are two kinds of people in the world, those that love boats, and everybody else. We learned which side of that equation we resided on a long time ago, over thirty years back as a matter of fact.
That was when we bought our first vessel, The Busted Flush. She was a forty foot steel hulled monster that drank fuel like a sailor drinks rum and… CONTINUE READING >> 


We are convinced that there are two kinds of people in the world, those that love boats, and everybody else. We learned which side of that equation we resided on a long time ago, over thirty years back as a matter of fact.
That was when we bought our first vessel, The Busted Flush. She was a forty foot steel hulled monster that drank fuel like a sailor drinks rum and… CONTINUE READING >> 

How Italian 2020 VAT Changes Impact Superyachts

If you’re organising a big chartering adventure to Italy during the springtime of 2020, you may not yet be aware of some big changes the Italian government is planning to implement. To get up to speed, make sure to read on to learn all of the important information… CONTINUE READING >> 

If you’re organising a big chartering adventure to Italy during the springtime of 2020, you may not yet be aware of some big changes the Italian government is planning to implement. To get up to speed, make sure to read on to learn all of the important information… CONTINUE READING >> 

Searching for Serenity and Sunsets in Santorini

Santorini may well be the most famous of the Greek Isles. This is the home of the iconic whitewashed buildings and blue domed churches that we have seen gleaming in the sun against the backdrop of the deep blue Mediterranean Sea in every travelogue since we were kids.And lucky for us, the day we visited was like stepping into a postcard… CONTINUE READING >> 

Santorini may well be the most famous of the Greek Isles. This is the home of the iconic whitewashed buildings and blue domed churches that we have seen gleaming in the sun against the backdrop of the deep blue Mediterranean Sea in every travelogue since we were kids.And lucky for us, the day we visited was like stepping into a postcard… CONTINUE READING >>