Life is a change! Sometimes changes are forced upon us. Other times we make the leaps ourselves. This blog is about my journey to the unknown world of sailing. Continue reading Read This First
Ready for 2024 season
$175k $159k contact me on Facebook
Perfect for a solo-sailor or an adventurous couple. Sailed over 20k nm with 2k nm solo. Love it but have family now and bought a catamaran.
3 cabins layout with 2 bathrooms. Never chartered! Safe for ocean crossing, currently in Guatemala but willing to sail it up to Mexico or Miami.
Spacious bow cabin with excellent central double bed, cabinets and full head. Large salon with long sofa port side, big table and u-shaped sofa at starboard side.
L-shaped galley at STB side with double sink, big fridge, freezer, stove, oven and microwave. Chart table at port side.
Two good aft cabins both with double bed and cabinets. Full toilet at port side.
Covered extra spacious deck with double steering wheel, foldable table. Teak on deck, cockpit and swimming platform.
Solar Panels, AIS, Raymarine Radar, GPS/Plotter, VHF with DSC, Bow Thruster, 1x Electric and 3 manual Winches, Electric and manual bilge pumps, Depth sounder, wind station, Speedometer, Windlass with chain counter by the steering, Autopilot, Liferaft, Inverter.
Goodies: Air Conditioner (controller needs replacement), Water Heater, Oven, Fridge/Freezer, Bimini, Spray hood, radio with CD player, Flat TV.
Dinghy: hypalon dinghy, 5 HP outboard
Sails: Furling mainsail (2014), furling genoa (2014), Spinaker (2016)
|6.76ft (deep keel)
|Fresh Water Tank
|162.47 Gal (two)
|63.4 Gal (one)
|22.45 Gal (two)
“So this is it, our Caribbean season? :-)”
We are sitting in a bar in Belize on the 17th of March 2020 and wonder how things evolved. By this time we were supposed to be in Mexico heading towards Cuba and Miami.
We moved from an industrial revolution to the identity revolution and now everybody is asking: What is the meaning of my life? Am I reaching my full potential? So on and so on… Sad thing is that there are not many people to turn to who have their life figured out. Most hate their work and numb their minds during their free time. Luckily, it is not that difficult. The only things you got to do are:
Continue reading How to find your purpose
I had a hard time trying to find the costs of traveling through SA so to make it easier for you, here is what I did and the costs I ended up with.
Continue reading How much does it cost to drive through South America
Gone through two school systems – Czech and United States. I should have had all the skills needed to live a satisfying life. What I got instead was a foundation without a purpose. Continue reading Education – Expanding Horizons or Building Drones
You know that saying: A sailor has a woman in every port. Well, its a bit of an exaggeration but as a full time sailor myself I found that if I do stay in one place for more than 3 weeks I usually do find a woman. Continue reading Relationships while Sailing
Some people still ask when I will be back from my vacation, others are starting to get it. Yes, I have changed the way I live. Continue reading Life 2.0
This is a very spur of the moment post. After number of wonderful months I ran into a couple rough patches, I could have prevented some of the bad things but didn’t. That got me thinking, why is it that when something bad happens other bad things pile on? I do have a conclusion but first two stories. Continue reading Why is it that when it rains, it pours?
I am a visual person so when I contemplate about my life i often call it gray… a balanced medium, not too rich, not to colorful, a shade of nothing special. I changed that by traveling full time. Traveling isn’t a ‘better’ life, it is one that forces me to get out of my gray zone, the comfort zone. Majority of my old friends are stuck in their comfort zones. Some are ok with it, others not so much, for them it became a prison. If you want to get our of your comfort prison, here is how to do it. Continue reading Comfort Zone – The prison?
When I was doing my research in 2015 I found only a few articles that gave me somewhat of a clear idea of what sailing actually cost. What i got out of the article was an average of $3,500 per month for a family of 4. After sailing for a half a year I have my breakdown. Continue reading How much does it cost to sail our world