Join us on our future travels!
We love hosting people in our new floating home, so if your schedule allows and you have an itch or an inkling, plan to meet up with us to see the world from a live-a-board experience. The tentative dates we plan to arrive in each area are listed below. In the sailing world, everything is subject to the weather so exact dates may fluctuate. After you check out the details below, and send us an email to coordinate plans. We can pick you up at one port and drop you off at another!
Scented pine forests, haunting volcanoes, lunar-like landscapes, secret sandy coves, miles of Sahara-style dunes, beach-hugging resorts – the beautiful, unique, Canary Islands wear many tantalising hats.
If your perfect trip is all about R&R, the Canaries are the ultimate destination. The most obvious spot to kick back on is the beach, and you’ll be spoilt for choice, from Fuerteventura’s soft rolling dunes to Tenerife’s sandy golden arcs to Isla Graciosa’s wild blonde strands. Yoga, meditation, massages and a world of other self-care therapies abound across the archipelago, and thalassotherapy is something of a local speciality. And if you’re not in the mood for those kinds of therapies, nothing soothes the soul like relaxing over a tropical cocktail or a glass of local wine as the sun sinks into the Atlantic.
Imagine yourself reclining on sandy white beaches, soaking in the volcanic mud baths of Soufrière, ziplining through lush rainforests, indulging in authentic island food, club-hopping on the Rodney Bay strip, or riding ATVs through the countryside.
In this magical part of the world, travelers have the opportunity to explore abandoned sugar plantations, snorkel in crystal clear waters, chase brightly colored fish in the shadow of the Pitons, or experience a live sea turtle hatching in the last light of dusk. You’ll be spellbound by all of the sites at your fingertips on a trip from the Atlantic Crossing to St. Lucia and amazed by all of the magical experiences that abound in this part of the world.
The Caribbean Islands is a massive archipelago located in the Caribbean Sea that can be subdivided into a few different regions: the Lucayan Archipelago, the Greater Antilles, the Lesser Antilles and the ABC Islands.
These islands are home to 13 sovereign states and 17 dependent territories in the Caribbean, and the predominant languages are English, Spanish, French, Dutch and Antillean creole. The Caribbean sprawls across more than 1.06 million square miles and is primarily located between North America and South America.
On our journey, we will go through a series of locks (12 in total) composing is a system of levels that lift a ship up 85 feet to the main elevation of the Panama Canal and back down. Each lock is around 300 meters long and can be filled and emptied in 10 minutes. Once we have traveled through all of them, we will continue on to either the Pacific ocean.
The Galapagos Islands are part of Ecuador and are situated in the Pacific Ocean about 1,000 kilometers west of South America. The islands originally emerged from the bottom of the sea in the form of astonishing volcanic upheavals.This archipelago consists of 19 islands and dozens of islets and rocks covering 45,000 square kilometers. Thanks to a lack of natural predators, wildlife in the Galapagos – which include giant tortoises, penguins, sea lions and iguanas – have no fear of humans, making the islands one of the world’s greatest wonders, and a magical place to visit.
Get ready for mammoth national parks, dynamic Maori culture, and world-class surfing and skiing. New Zealand can be mellow or action-packed, but it’s always epic.
The sublime forests, mountains, lakes, beaches and fiords have made New Zealand one of the best hiking (locals call it ‘tramping’) destinations on the planet. In this destination, you can tackle one of the epic ‘Great Walks’ – you might’ve heard of the Heaphy and Milford Tracks – or spend a few hours wandering along a beach, paddling a canoe or mountain biking through the easily accessible wilderness.