This week, after having Tulum on the market for four months, we made the decision to keep our beloved sailboat and continue our nomadic lifestyle….south.
The sailboat vacation of bars, bikinis and beaches isn’t always that, sometimes the cruising lifestyle gets in the way and you have to make decisions, do some work and watch the weather.
TulumV is for sale, but we’re NOT swallowing the anchor. Read on to find out more.
The HelmsMistress took a break from writing today as we wait for Enrique to fully pass over us.
I write these blog posts about investing while living on a cruising sailboat at nearly 6 month intervals, taking the time to look forward by several months to spot emerging trends and political changes that might lead to changes in the stock markets that will bear the fruits of opportunity. I think we’re at that cusp once again, which is why I’m writing about several trends I see emerging: The Green Rush and Post-Consumer Spending. I’m not the first to write about any of these trends, but I think it’s relevant to put it out there anyway.
Our buddy boat talked us into a quandry…”Why couldn’t we go south to Costa Rica”? Here’s that story-
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The author’s view that the current COVID-19 surge may have an effect on the upcoming 2021 cruising season. What do you think?
A year ago yesterday, we left San Diego and civilization as we knew it. We had downsized to living aboard the boat at the time, but had all the modern day conveniences that in hind sight, we took for granted: power, WIFI, endless options for food and clothing, water, trash disposal, being able to communicate […]
After a discussion with a friend who works in the research department of a Virology Lab, the probable realities of Fall and Winter has been brought home…..with a thud.