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Sail around the world......again!
Be worthy of my shortboard
My last sailing adventure started in California in 2006 and by 2011, I managed to sail around the world alone. I visited around forty countries (route was below Africa and Panama canal). I ended my trip in 2013 by sailing a southern route through the Pacific visiting places like the Australs and the Pitcairn group before looping back up to Hawaii from Fiji.
The current sailing adventure has started in March of 2015 with the purchase of "Pilgrim" in Florida. This past summer was spent on the East Coast of the United States. I have just recently done the jump south into the Caribbean and will be slowly making my way towards the Panama Canal.
I'd like to get back to the South Pacific with an emphasis on visiting the last of the remote places which means a radical break from the "yachtie" circumnavigation routes. My criteria for destinations is that there is no airport, infrequent supply ship visits and less than five visiting yachts per season.
I embrace a minimalist approach to sailing and believe in a "how much one can do with how little" philosophy. Little engine use, anchoring out and living at the local standard of living as opposed to status conscious yacht clubs and an elitist rally mentality.
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Sailing, travel, people.
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Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach sailing. I have an eight foot pram that has a sailing rig. It is like a little row boat that sails quite well. An excellent platform to learn on unlike the big boat.