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.
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.
An informative piece for new boaters picking up their new boat in La Rochelle, France. Inside you’ll find maps, links, and a list of helpful tidbits to keep you plenty busy. Good luck and all the best winds!
Two months to go. Let us just tell you, time flies any time, not just when you are having fun. We thought 2 years & 9 months would take forever to come, and it may have, but we were too busy to even think about it. In this article, Matt & I share our thoughts and ideas on the decisions we made so far and what’s to come.
How excited are we to connect those last dots and get a clearer picture of who, what, where, and how… we already knew the why, lol. From the Fountaine Pajot factory tour to visiting La Rochelle and meeting Pierre at Uchimata, on top of just enjoying France, we are more comfortable & confident than ever. We got this!
The Annapolis Boat Show was definitely different for us this year. Last year was about the boat and this year was about the equipment. Maybe we don’t want the standard factory options, ya know? We were on a mission to see what was out there & learn everything we could. Learning our boat piece by piece so we can make well informed decisions – oh and party. It’s Annapolis!!
Now that we have done the research, Matt and I wanted to highlight some areas that may be helpful to someone looking at sailing schools besides Yelp reviews. Turns out practice location is a thing. Who knew that was a thing? I didn’t know that was a thing. Did you know that was a thing?