Gadabout Life

We could see them circling around even before we had the dinghy anchored. They were everywhere, and they were hungry…. Our day began with an intent to snorkel with stingrays and...

We awake within seconds of one another, suddenly aware of the rain pouring in the hatch above our heads. Time for the rain dance! I jump up to close our cabin...

After six months at home, where we consumed more than our fill of salmon, Dungeness crab and good beer (as our waistlines now attest), and enjoyed quality time with family and...

From my seat in the cockpit, I glanced up frequently to admire the towering, verdant green hills ringing the bay in which Gadabout was anchored. Coconut palms near the water’s edge...

Gadabout is put to bed in Hiva Oa, Marquesas, where she’ll spend the cyclone season. We’ll return to her next spring and continue our travels through French Polynesia and the South...

The Galapagos Islands are an amazing anachronism of nature. Visiting these Islands is like going back in time. We will spare you the history lesson, suffice it to say that since...

We’ve been in the Marquesas for a little over a month now. The islands are beautiful, the people friendly, and the pace slow. After spending the first three months of our...

Our friend, Tom, joined us in Panama City to crew with us on our passage. After leaving the big city behind and spending several days enjoying an isolated anchorage in the...

After 10 days of disconnected bliss cruising in western Panama we arrived in Panama City with quite a lengthy to-do list. Boat projects and provisioning to prepare for our crossing to...

After a great night of sailing and the wind pushing us in the direction we wanted to go, we anchored in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, San Cristobal Island, Galapagos this morning. Today...