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.

(Spoiler Alert:  So far so good)

Our Sail Plan (subject to change 🤣)

We have been working are various boat projects.  What else are the winter months for?  The weather is finally giving us a break so we can finally enjoy the beach and bike path.

Covid is not so great.  There is a real battle here but not so much here in the marina and surrounding areas.  New restrictions in place and yet not too many people in the boatyard are wearing masks.😬

We have quite a few big jobs left on the docket.  We will do an upgrade/boat work video to tell all when all is done.  We are very happy so far.

Hopefully we will be on our way by May.  A perfect time to start sailing!!

Our sailing plan, as sailors make them, is to sail the coast of Turkey, possibly to  Istanbul, but probably not that far.  We will see how the world is at that time.

Sea Odyssey is on the hard, meaning on land, to get some underwater stuff all fixed up.  Our spot is a very pretty one on the edge overlooking the water so we lucked out there.  Yay!

Matt and I just got back from a tour of south east Turkey! It was amazing.  Videos coming soon!

Keep washing those hands and wear your mask ✌️ & 💝

In case you missed it…

Here is our latest video

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Sailing From Finike to Adrasan to Antalya, Turkey

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Our Latest Posts

We made a video about Finike, Turkey. Finike is what someone might call a small town. This inspired us to take a deeper look into what we think about a city.

What is a breakwater & why are they important? In this article, we are going to catch you up on some light nautical terms, talk about breakwaters, and discuss what we do behind the breakwater.

We are going home folks! It took us a while to come to the realization we needed to move forward, but we finally decided to go for it. We decided to return to Sea Odyssey despite COVID. Hopefully the resolution is on the way to protect our older generation and compromised individuals so everyone can get busy living again!

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