We are Dave and Alex, Sailing Banyan. Dave is a retired Navy man and an avid sailor. I came along a few years ago, and promptly fell in love with both sailing and the man (not necessarily in that order). We left Halifax, Nova Scotia July 2012 and have been making our way "Somewhere South of Somewhere" ever since, please join us on a virtual sail, we'd love your company!
Life Aboard S/V Tangohttp://four2tango.net
To connect with each other, reduce our footprint and material needs, better understand our impact on the world, and have a family adventure we moved aboard Tango. After a year aboard we are about to cast off from our home port and begin the true cruising life!
VELOCIR - raptor on the prowlhttp://www.velocir.com
Albin Vega 27 Velocir is home to the Captains Howerton. We are a young couple navigating the cruising lifestyle as we sail throughout warm waters. We do our blog not just as a way of keeping in touch with family and friends, but because we enjoyed so many other blogs during our two years working, saving and outfitting Velocir. We found their insight not only entertaining and useful but inspiring.
Sailing Simple Lifehttp://sailingsimplelife.blogspot.com
This blog is about a couple who live aboard their 37' Island Packet sailboat Simple Life. It is about their adventures as well as the trials and tribulations of the livaboard lifestyle. Their current cruising destination is from New England to the Florida Keys and Bahama Islands.
S.V. Night Musichttp://www.svnightmusic.wordpress.com
What happens when you are called to simplify and you end up on a sailboat - with only five days sailing experience? Our blog tracks our adventure as a young family of three exploring the south east coast of the US and then heading to the Bahamas . . . follow along!
S/V Sweet Escapehttp://www.svsweetescape.com/s_v_Sweet_Escape/Blog/Blog.html
An early 50's couple from Wisconsin retires from their lifelong careers, sells everything, buys a sailboat and heads out to fun and adventure along the east coast of the US, the Bahamas and beyond.
Taught by the Seahttp://taughtbythesea.com
Here you’ll find a seabound homesteader telling stories of adventures in canning, sailing, bicycling, hosting, and local eats. For me, life on a boat demands and affirms a lifestyle I strive to maintain. One of sustainability, sea-going know-how, and simplicity. It also affords the opportunity to host friends and make creative meals for them, to plan adventures and travels that are rewarding, fun, and easeful, and to organize your life creatively in a small space.