Book your December Holiday sailing the Caribbean Sea Today!!!
Take 10% off our Holiday pricing, for Dates sailing between December 12-26, 2015.
If you aren’t aware, school is out for vacation each year from August 1st through October 31st. Hurricanes sometimes like to visit us then. You might not. Doin’ some drills now. Just in case.
Also, plan ahead and save $200 per person: book classes that start after November 1st before June 15th and avoid the Fall 2014 price increases. You can check availability through 2015 here. We’ll save you a spot at the bar!
March 23 – 28, 2014 (short week | 6 day, 5 night): 20% off
Weeks beginning March 29, April 5, April 19, and April 26: buy one class, get a second spot for 30% off (double occupancy)
All spots are first come, first served. More details and reservation inquiries here.
The Comeback Kid.
At 17, she was left paralyzed and in a coma by a car accident. At 32, she won the Rhoute du Rhum single-handed transatlantic race, and at 39 she won Transpac with Bruno Peyron. At 54, she fell overboard while sailing alone and was rescued after 2 hours in frigid waters, unfazed and undaunted.
Here, a photo from a few years back, enjoying a bit of well-deserved down time before getting busy. Our kind of sailor – we can’t wait to see what she’ll do next.
On a day when the wind is perfect, the sail just needs to open and the world is full of beauty. Today is such a day. – Rumi
Indeed it is. With my family joining me on Silver Lining to sail into the New Year, it’s not just the wind that is perfect. We’re off to an early start on our crossing to the Spanish Virgin Islands, also known as the Puerto Rican Virgin Islands. We motored into the channel, then sailed dead down wind for a good part of the way and made it to Playa del Rey in Puerto Rico in 5.5 hours; averaging 7 knots.
We will be exploring the area and will let you know what we find. One advantage: you don’t need a US passport, as we won’t leave US territories for the whole week. Also, Puerto Ricans know how to have fun in and near the water.
Here’s wishing you many rainbow-framed adventures in 2014.
And if you prefer pigs to ponies, there’s this: “The huge animals – easily as large as a Shetland pony – were friendly and not shy. At all.” Check out Big Major Cay in the Bahamas, where four legs are way more common than two. http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/swimming-pigs-of-big-major-cay
Where will you go when you learn how to sail?