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S/V Cadence

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 A life long dream finally is coming to fruition.  Please feel free to browse our site, follow our passages as we set off on a ? year circumnavigation of planet earth abourd our 43 foot Hallberg-Rassy

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June 3, 2019

Atlantic Crossing

Please excuse the long absence from writing this blog.  The crossing knocked the stuffing out of me and shook my confidence in my plan to continue sailing.  This mindset along with warm temperatures and easy Caribbean living ultimately  kept me from wr...

December 23, 2018

WOW!

If you have not been to Morocco it is due time that you had.  Sooo, put down the blog and book your tickets….

We pulled into Rabat mid day with a flat sea after a 30 some hour sail from the Guadiana.   Apparently if there is any kind of swell running they...

November 18, 2018

While Jessica returned to the US to get some further testing on her Lymes disease and also see an orthopedic doctor about her knee, I was tasked with getting Cadence further south.  Initially I thought I would do the passage solo.  I have had a few overnight solo passa...

November 10, 2018

Instead of my traditional where are we now and what are we doing blog, I thought I would write something about what it’s like living in a floating moving home. Perhaps this will be of some interest to those thinking about living and traveling aboard their sailboat. I t...

September 27, 2018

Allot of ground has been covered since I last updated this blog.  As the end of the season for Scotland was approaching, (which IMHO ends in the beginning of July) we needed to get to dryer and warmer climates.  We had experienced the best weather Scotland has seen in...

July 20, 2018

We promised ourselves we would completely slow down once we were back to just the two of us.  Well, I can say that as I write this, some three weeks have passed, and we have slowed down, but only a very little.  We have changed anchorages almost daily but the distance...

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