IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!16K PRICE REDUCTION, Owner is motivated and is ready to sell ASAP! Was $86,500 now asking $69,750!
When you come aboard This 42' Kha Shing Nautique, you find a large layout with comfortable headroom throughout. The Salon and Galley are spacious and inviting, making it perfect for live aboard or weekend getaways.
Twin CAT Marine diesel engines are economical for the power they pack, perfect for taking trips fishing or over to Catalina!
Favorite view 🐠🥽💦⚓️
Explore beautiful Ile aux Cerfs, walk on the beach, tan on the front deck, go snorkeling in the lagoon... so many activities to do during your day trip with #catamarancruises
Book your catamaran excursion online ➡️ www.catamarancruisesmauritius.com
📸 by @romain_guerif
Our lovely guests and crew composed of Arnaud & Jerry this morning.
Ready to sail on this stunning summer day ⛵️☀️🐠
Private charter Full Day cruise to Ilot Benitiers on our Nautitech 40 Sailing Catamaran
When visiting Mauritius this cruise is a must do. It departs at 9AM from Black River and we sail back at 15:30PM.
➡️ Book your cruise online via our website: www.seaspiritcruises.com
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Mauritius has all the famous spots and also the less well known ones but just as beautiful.. Visit all of them during our private catamaran cruises.
We offer 2 nights live-aboard experience but also 7 days and 10 days liveaboard experience.
Discover the different options we propose on our website ⤵️
Big news... I bought a new boat (Tayana 37), and I’m selling my Westsail. I can’t move aboard the, but I have to be patient. This coming January should be interesting. Buying the boat gets me much closer to full-time cruising. Which reminds me, it’s been way too long since I went sailing ⛵️⛵️⛵️ #marinalife#liveaboards#liveaboard#clearlaketx#clearlakeshores
Day 12 - A little sneak peak into life below deck at sea! Not quite as stylish as when we're cruising - but she transforms into a working boat quite well and we can still hide away and find peace downstairs. We're so pleased with how well Heaven 47 is handling the Atlantic seas and we have just celebrated the half way point!
Woefully unprepared for a trip to Mexico. Thanks to the kindness of strangers at 6:30am I managed to hitchhike a ride to the boat to grab our passports at the last minute. Great #sunrise though! #nofilterneeded
3 575 December, 2019
Find your Z E N, #ycasses !
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THE DAY AFTER... 🌪🌧 when nature forces rage and what remains on land....✔ WARNING! IF you are sensitive do not look at the last picture 🐀🙈☠Read more ⬇️⬇️⬇️ #stormyweather#leftovers#bigwaves#beachsideoflife#barcelonalovers#badalona -
- ⛵✏ The sky just opened yesterday and kept on all day and night and the wind reached full strength in the afternoon and when the darkness came the roar began. At first we thought it was a thunderstorm, but when we looked out we saw the bright foam from the waves that threw towards and over the high breakwater in the harbor, and that was the rolling roar we heard. 🌪
We where surrounded by the huge forces and we and the other boats in the harbor were pulled and torn in all directions. We did well, but we saw Marineros out on the docks that buzzed sails and tightened ropes and helped people all eveneing. ☁️ Today we could go out and see what the sea has thrown up along the beach. They warned that it could be 5 meter high waves yesterday and with the help of the wind I think that hit the mainland. The entire beach all the way up, and over the boardwalk, is full of rubbish. And not just rubbish, stones, sand and walkways have been broken into rubble. Hope it's just material damage and everyone is ok out there 🤞🙏.....
By day 2 of our passage from Beaufort, North Carolina to the Exumas, Bahamas we were getting a beating! The winds picked up, and we had waves breaking over our hard dodger! Thankfully we stayed dry in the cockpit! Unfortunately, Lorelei’s bed was not as lucky, due to a leak in the front port deck locker. During all the crazy wind and waves, our Jib jammed and Jacob got to really utilize our jack lines and harnesses while he went up on deck to try to fix it (which he mostly did). By the end of day 3 (Thanksgiving) the wind changed, allowing us to sail downwind, which gave the boat a beautiful peaceful motion. Just as things were starting to improve, our autopilot gave out! Still 2.5 days out, we were pretty bummed, and started hand steering in 1 hour shifts. Thankfully the girls were willing and able to help out with steering a compass corse, at least during daylight hours! #kids4sail#cruisingwithkids#cruiserlife#passagemaking#bahamasbound#sailboatlife#liveaboards#nomadfamily#sailboatfamily
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🤩 Looks like we’re sailing OUT tomorrow! Weather’s looking good, swell is not too high to exit the harbour... so far all lights are ✅. Today: a lot of prepping. Double checking the route, the boat, fastening all items again, charging all batteries that need 230V🔋(camera, toothbrushes, multitool...), some final groceries, making the bed in the living-room, getting all those sea-sickness preps that you suggested (thanks again! 🙏🏻) and of course: saying sea-you-later to this lovely country and it’s amazing people 💕. Tomorrow, we head to the customs to officially check out of the country, just like you do on an airport. We get our drone back (we hope 🤞🏻) because drones are forbidden in Morocco. ⏩ So what’s the plan? We head to the Canaries, we aim for Lanzarote, the most Northern island of this country. These islands are in front of the African coast, but it’s Spanish territory so we take out our Spanish flag again 🇪🇸. We’re heard some amazing stories about the tiny island La Graciosa, we hope to drop the anchor there after 4 or 5 days (and nights) at sea. We will test our satellite phone to get weather info, and maybe send out a text or two, or even a blogpost! 🛰 No social media for the upcoming week probably. Any questions regarding our preps?
30 3544 December, 2019
@tamedwinds Since Christmas is approaching unexpectedly, check our blog for the gift guide for sailors, in case you are not a sailor yourself. Hit the link in bio, and search for the "Blog" on the top of the page!
It is the contrasts that make life, and absolutely boatlife!!!.. and what makes a little storm when you are safe and secure in port, even if it's a little rocky 🎠☔🌬 read more ⬇️.... #stormyweather#livingabord#boatlife#badalona#barcelona#december
- ⛵✏ Living on a boat all year a round is not only the freedom to sail away whenever you want, to change the environment and enjoy nature or lie at anchor and be surrounded by your own pool, you also get close to nature's forces ... for good and bad. Yesterday morning we went on a sunny and nice long walk and in the afternoon we were need to secure all the ropes, bring in or acidify everything loose because we know it was a storm coming.... and it came.The rain is pouring down and the winds are increasing slowly to reach 40-50 knots (20-25 m / s) in the afternoon and the waves outside the breakwater it's going to be 4-5 m high 😱. We are rocking and rolling a bit and it tears and pulls in our ropes and the wind are already howls in the masts around us. But inside Bobo ⛵ it's warm nice and cosy and when you safe in port you can take a looong breakfast and be happy and just enjoy the rain ☕ (...and no early morning walk today 😉). Happy wendsday folks and be safe out there 🤗. #portlife#sailinglife#awesome_earth
This is the moment we saw our new boat in the flesh for the first time and it was one of the happiest days of my life.
I want to make something really clear though. This isn’t a “look how much money we have” type post. We make no secret of the fact that we 1) sold our own house to buy the boat and 2) we have a boat mortgage. We didn’t need vast amounts of cash to do this (and even if we did have unlimited amounts of cash, I would have still got the boat mortgage and used the cash to buy more property anyway...🤷🏻♀️)
However what it is, is a celebration of freedom. The biggest achievement this picture represents is that we have built a business that allows us to generate an income whilst we sail round the world. Is it passive? Is it bollocks. We’ve got a whole squad of people working for us back in the UK and we are both never far from a laptop or phone.
However every morning we wake up to a beautiful sunrise, we swim in the ocean, we sail along beautiful coastlines, we attempt to catch our own supper, and we watch the sunset. For that I am truly grateful.
None of this would be possible without our property portfolio, and for that reason I love property even more than I did before! 💕
4 years ago today we trashed/donated/sold everything and moved onto a 42’ yacht. The word yacht makes it sound luxurious, but it definitely wasn’t.
Our shower didn’t work, we only used the toilet for #1 🙊, we had no ac, microwave or oven, just a sketchy cooktop. Basically we we’re living off the grid.
Honestly though, give me a fully functioning bathroom and we’d do it all again in.a.heartbeat. Paddle boarders would float past the kitchen window as I hand washed our dishes in the sink. Every Sunday after church we’d stop at Blowout DVD to rent old shows for the week because we didn’t have WiFi or cable. On the Fourth of July we climbed on the roof and floated in the bay as we watched fireworks over the Coronado bridge.
Some of my most favorite memories were made in our first tiny home together 🧡 I don’t know if conventional living will ever really measure up for us!
E X A C T L Y right, Asa and Brandon! (@svwildflower)
We can all do our part. Keep an eye out for future YCA gatherings to make an impact on OUR planet! 🌎
11 41824 October, 2019
This is just not fun. All this just to do one seacock. Now it all goes back to do more. Might need rum now.
12 20419 October, 2019
Next destination: MOROCCO! 🤩 After careful thought, and a lot of input from you all (big thank you 🙏🏻), we decided to go for it. Feels really out-of-this-world, sailing to Africa, entering a culture that is so different than what we’re used to... and that’s exactly why we’d like to go there 🤗 Such joy to have this freedom to go anywhere we want to go! So let’s hear it: your tips for Morocco!
Ps. We didn’t leave yet, still in Olhao to prep for this next trip! We’ll share our departure date as always 📅
37 5625 November, 2019
The haves and the have nots. (A dodger)
That hard #dodger rates with the best yacht improvement we've made. We both got pretty wet but everything we own below stayed dry.