Sailing the San Blas Islands (Sailing La Vagabonde) Ep. 34

White sandy beaches, turquoise waters, enough palm trees and coconuts to shade and feed you for an entire life time… yes please! Sailing in the San Blas Islands is truly a dream. Sailors come here and stay year round as this sailing haven is also out of the hurricane belt. If anyone ever gets the chance to sail the San …

Greetings from the middle of the Pacific! (Sailing La Vagabonde)

Hey guys, we scheduled this vid to pop up at the predicted half way mark of our big sail from the Galapagos – Marquesas (3000 miles, ish). Eeeeeek. Wish us luck for the other half. I can already tell you now that I’ll be sick to death of mushy porridge. Love Elay, Riley and Tony.

Sailing a Mirage – San Blas (Sailing La Vagabonde) Ep. 33

Elay was fit enough to leave port, so we headed off for our overnight sail to the famed San Blas Islands. Sailing the San Blas islands has been a dream of ours for some time now and it was exactly what we hoped it would be like. These tiny islands scattered all around the place from a distance, resemble the …

The De-evolution of Fish, in the Caves of Bonaire (Sailing La Vagabonde) Ep. 29

Sisyphus; a character in greek mythology who was doomed to the task of repeatedly rolling a boulder up a hill and watching it roll back down again. Having spent the night on anchor at our last destination in Los Roques it was time to weigh anchor and head to our next stop along the line, Aves. I like to stay at …