Hello! Welcome to sailing sv Sea Odyssey

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Hello!  The Adventures of Sea Odyssey began when we picked up our Sea Odyssey, a Saba 50 by Fountaine Pajot, in La Rochelle, France, on June 5, 2018.

Was it all worth it?  Are we meeting the people of the world?  Are we in fact living more meaningfully and appreciating our opportunity of life?  Do we like living a life of a little uncertainty?

We are about to find out.

Our Sail Plan (subject to change 🤣)

We made it!  We actually sailed our asses to Turkey!  Truly an accomplishment…

Here we will stay for some time.  We have things to see, people to meet, and work to do.

We are going to sail to Istanbul.  Like wow!  Who knows when this will exactly happen since coronavirus but the plan is to continue our amazing tour through Turkey as soon as possible.

Atm, coronavirus.  So we just finished our Lance camper Southern Utah trip, where we landed a camp host gig in Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park.  We hit the ground running here in the San Francisco area, working hard to get back to Sea Odyssey in Turkey as soon as possible.

Hang in there everyone, wash those hands and wear your mask ✌️ & 💝

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