Landlocked Midwesterners Tackle The Liveaboard Lifestyle
Selling everything to go cruising for a few years is the best decision we ever made.
The Need For Less Speed: Storm Drogues And Sea Anchors
Storm drogues and sea anchors can vastly improve your comfort level at sea. Often confused as the same piece of equipment, a speed-limiting storm drogue and a sea anchor serve two very different purposes.
Horizon PC52 Maximizes the Cat’s Virtues, Minimizes the Vices
Horizon Power Catamarans would like all of you hardcore cruisers to set aside your preconceptions about multihull cruising boats for just a moment and consider a power cat for your next boat.
Moveable Feast: A Restored Kadey-Krogen With A Culinary Core
David Hoar and Noreen Rudd craft their culinary creations aboard their 1988 Krogen 42, Pacific Sapphire, all while cruising throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Sequel On The ICW: Welcome To The Bitter End (BLOG/VIDEO)
Technically, the bitter end is the part of a rope that’s tied off. And from that definition has sprung more dire meanings. But for Amy and I, its meaning is something else altogether.