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!
Why we are starting a YouTube channel, why we have waited so long to start, what it will be about, and how it all works. Will YouTube catch our drift?
Ever wonder how we anchor? How do we know where to go? Here is a fun and informative look into this decision making process. It is quite involved. We call it our anchor pregame.
Dingys are a bit of a balancing act. Every choice you make affects another choice you already made. Don’t worry. There is not one dinghy that is right for every situation. Here are some helpful tips, tricks, and takeaways on choosing the right dinghy for you.
What does it feel like in 60 knots of wind? Well, it ain’t great. Here is what happened and how we landed ourselves in 60 knots of wind anchored in a little cove in Milos, Greece.
Are we lucky? Yes. Thankfully, we have been given only soft lessons that only increase our chances of making the right decision for the next time. Here is a list of everything we got away with. The real question is… can we run out of luck?
It’s time we get out of this comfortable box. We need to change and embrace our new life of foods. Introducing “What’s in the Fridge?” All the coolest bits and pieces we find as we experience the life of food from around the world.
We understood we needed to stop reacting to comfortable patterns and trained behaviors. We needed to create an avenue of acceptance and enjoy the journey of change. As promised, we’d like you all to meet our very first weirdo, a chirimoya. It wasn’t without reservations, I confess.