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24º 42.93' N76º 49.812' WMarVynHighbourne Cay—-provisions, play, kids, then onward to the Berry Islands.1 day  agoShow

24º 32.856' N76º 47.628' WMarVynShroud Cay. Missed it last year due to time. Not so this year! This is an amazing spot with beautiful water, white beaches, mangrove rivers worthy of daily drifts for the peace alone, and, of course, rapids on the windward side! Incredible place!4 days  agoShow

24º 23.37' N76º 38.088' WMarVynWarderick Wells, the flagship of the Exumas Land and Sea Park. Gorgeous but we’re still hemmed in by storms. Hoping that ends tomorrow!7 days  agoShow

24º 18.15' N76º 32.382' WMarVynCambridge Cay—-stunning! Bubble Bath at Compass Cay yesterday was incredible. Rocky Dundas this am and Coral Garden for this afternoon. Experiences, experiences, and more experiences!!9 days  agoShow

24º 12.288' N76º 28.434' WMarVynMoved up for Mother’s Day. Wonderful time and quite the seafood feast at Pipe Creek but on to Rocky Dundas and bubble baths!10 days  agoShow

24º 12.276' N76º 28.422' WMarVynAmazing day! Started south of Black Point, did laundry at Black Point plus some light provisioning including coconut bread, sailed to Staniel, serious provisioning, diesel, then to Thinderball Grotto. The girls had a ball, found ways to swim through some of the small side holes in the cave. Marley chases fish, of course! Moved around the corner to Big Majors. Visual and radio check in with Kairos5. Tomorrow on to Pipe Creek!13 days  agoShow

24º 2.802' N76º 22.566' WMarVynReluctantly out of Rudder Cut, now off the backside of Great Guana. Staging for a big day tomorrow. Mariposa is nearby but silent.14 days  agoShow

23º 52.302' N76º 14.382' WMarVynTo one of my favorite places on the planet today—-Rudder Cut Cay. Dinner of island chicken, broccoli and cauliflower, sourdough rosemary parmesan rolls, and Marley brownies. Good night!16 days  agoShow

23º 31.524' N75º 45.912' WMarVynLate departure due to the intense storm overnight at Water. Through Hog Cut without a problem despite much hand wringing. Now settling into Georgetown for a few days of kid play. Then north into the Exumas!!20 days  agoShow

23º 1.668' N75º 42.906' WMarVynWater Cay is yet another stunner. Nurse shark under the boat nearly as soon as we anchored. A dive cut short by more shark sightings---I've never seen Clint get back in the dinghy so fast! Quite a storm overnight.21 days  agoShow

22º 53.04' N75º 52.128' WMarVynFlamingo Cay certainly is a beauty. Didn't find the first cave but the second cave/grotto was breathtaking. Marley's find of a blue hole with small bright orange crawfish was fun. Spent a second night with Second Star!22 days  agoShow

22º 26.178' N75º 49.98' WMarVynBuena Vista Cay. Yet another gorgeous anchorage. Its only human occupant is not to be found; his house clearly was destroyed by Irma and I fear he has not quite recovered. His peacocks and chickens are still around and we can hear his goats! Expecting some winds on our way up to Flamingo.24 days  agoShow

22º 20.214' N75º 46.836' WMarVynJohnson Cay. Undoubtedly the most quintessentially beautiful anchorage we’ve seen in some time. Incredible peace, tranquility, and...stars!26 days  agoShow

22º 10.248' N75º 43.644' WMarVynAnd now Duncan Town on Ragged Island in arguably the most remote area of the Bahamas. Still struggling to recover after Irma, only about 40 of the previously 100+ residents have returned.27 days  agoShow

21º 41.376' N73º 50.718' WMarVynHogsty Reef. One of only three atolls in the Atlantic. What an amazing stop!! Three sharks, tons of fish, beauty that just won’t quit!!about 1 month  agoShow

21º 5.082' N73º 38.784' WMarVynThree solid days on the sea from San Juan to Matthew Town, Inagua. Kairos5 sticking by. The sail went very well. Saw the Pink Dolphins and the Lone Whale--Clint's latest punk band name! Otherwise, just 24 hours of 25-30 knots of wind and 7-8 foot seas, but all is well! Funny how quickly confidence builds. Waves breaking into the cockpit? No big deal. Winds and waves pushing your boat to 13.8 knots? Whatever. Life remains good. about 1 month  agoShow

18º 27.528' N66º 5.478' WMarVynLeft paradise and found a big city. San Juan appears to have its beauty and we hope to see some of it soon. And then to Costco to get us through the Bahamas!!! Kairos5 and MarVyn still side by side.about 1 month  agoShow

18º 19.146' N65º 13.656' WMarVynMoved out of a disappointing Culebra to the ever-stunning Culebrita. Lovely sunset while the kids played with Kairos5 kids on the paddle board and we got to know the folks on the Balance and the Outremer next door. Clint always runs on the low end of society. about 1 month  agoShow

18º 18.372' N65º 17.886' WMarVynShort hop from BVI to Culebra. No whales today makes for the first passage in about six that we have not seen them! A couple dolphins will have to suffice. Still moving with Kairos5 until the Bahamas. about 1 month  agoShow

18º 18.684' N64º 37.482' WMarVynHuge day. 3am start with Kairos5 from Saint Martin to BVI at Norman Island. Trip included near miss of a small and slow sailboat at about 3:45am (Syrinx, French boat), three sperm whales, rescue of a free floating dinghy, dolphins, grabbing a ball just as the sun set behind us over St. John. Wow---full day! The girls did great! They are liking downwind sailing.about 1 month  agoShow

18º 1.95' N63º 5.88' WMarVynInto Saint Martin (Dutch side again, Simpson Bay) today. Trouble with the screecher yet again, but all's well. Met for drinks with Kairos5 and Lynette, Tim, Mac, and Sienna at the Yacht Club. Prepping for big passage tomorrow!about 2 months  agoShow

17º 54.054' N62º 51.468' WMarVynGustavia again. Amazing passage----whales at the beginning, whales (breeching, flukes, sprays, etc) at the end, barracuda, unnamed fish that escaped, two Little Tunny. Just beautiful. Rolly in the anchorage but all good!about 2 months  agoShow

17º 39.588' N61º 51.594' WMarVynAnother new island---Barbuda! Certainly a beauty but completely rearranged by Irma. Seems a little like my home beach at Matanzas Inlet, FL. There are two big rips created by the storm on what used to be a spit of land encircling Codrington Bay. Now they still flow freely with the open Atlantic/Caribbean waters nearly a year and a half later. But the pink beaches and turquoise waters make for breathtaking backdrops to the incomparable sunsets. I could stay a while.... about 2 months  agoShow

17º 0.45' N61º 45.87' WMarVynStoried English Harbor. It is quite beautiful. Here to see the sights and history and to see our good friends on Britican one last time before we leave this side of the chain.about 2 months  agoShow

17º 9.27' N61º 45.618' WMarVynBirthday trip around to the north. The area is beautiful. Long Island appears exquisite. The reefs are disastrous. Heartbreaking, but we are going to enjoy our time despite! about 2 months  agoShow

17º 5.124' N61º 53.616' WMarVynJumped to the next bay over, Hermitage Bay/Five Islands Bay. Beautiful. Scamming wifi from the resort, the only thing around. Looking forward to a morning jog on the nice roads for the planned housing to go in here over the next few years. So glad I'm seeing it now! Girls are boarding. Life is good. 2 months  agoShow

17º 4.608' N61º 53.61' WMarVynAntigua!!! Wow, what a beautiful welcome. I think we could spend weeks and weeks. Maybe we will....2 months  agoShow

16º 18.492' N61º 47.802' WMarVynFrom the Saints to Deshaies in preparation for Antigua. Last French stop until St. Barth's so lots of cheese and wine on board. Turtles and green flash tonight!2 months  agoShow

15º 52.458' N61º 35.904' WMarVynCalled and audible and ended in The Saints for the next day or two. A little hiking. A little swimming. Then on to Antigua!2 months  agoShow

15º 34.83' N61º 27.69' WMarVynFrom St. Pierre to Prince Rupert Bay in Dominica. Mixed feelings on being back here. Hadn't planned to be here but other boats influenced and here we are. We'll see.....MUCH busier bay than last year. Island still looks ravaged, but no new landslides that I can see. So that's good.2 months  agoShow

14º 44.466' N61º 10.602' WMarVynThird day of Carnaval. Spent the morning with Ventus shopping at Decathlon and Hyper U. Holy moly! Today we've moved on to St. Pierre and will watch the sunset to the sounds of the Devil Carnaval. 3 months  agoShow

14º 36.132' N61º 4.284' WMarVynAnd now for Carnaval!!!! With Ventus, Barit, Sira, and anyone else stupid enough to be in the middle of it!3 months  agoShow

14º 30.33' N61º 5.148' WMarVynMoved up toward Fort de France today with the intent to be there for Carnaval starting tomorrow. Nice downwind sail today. 3 months  agoShow

14º 25.746' N60º 53.31' WMarVynAt St. Anne in Martinique. Great passage including our first mahi mahi!! Looking forward to fish fingers and/or fish tacos!! Loading up on cheese, wine, bread, pastries, cigarettes, and attitude!3 months  agoShow

14º 5.43' N60º 57.762' WMarVynLeft Bequia this am at 6:00. Arrived in Rodney Bay, St. Lucia at 5:30. Good trip. Girls are now moving through these passages like pros! Tomorrow...on to Martinique!3 months  agoShow

13º 0.174' N61º 14.436' WMarVynAnd on to Bequia! Blustery day--saw 10 ft waves off the northern tip of Canouan and 33 knots just south of Bequia. Fun, fun, fun! But we're here for the blow and the swell, with plans to move on to Martinique when things open up a bit. Until then, we'll enjoy the swimming and the beach. (Oh---and a sea snake met us at the beach this afternoon!)3 months  agoShow

12º 36.036' N61º 26.934' WMarVynBack in Chatham Bay in SVG. Hoping to hear chachalanga again in the morning! (And hoping the weather breaks so we can make it north to Bequia and on to Martinique---but all in good time!3 months  agoShow

12º 27.426' N61º 29.25' WMarVynRepeat visit to Tyrell so we can check out of Grenada tomorrow am. Sad to leave but excited for the next part of the adventure. We'll hop north through The Grenadines and on to Martinique as weather permits. Tonight---pizza ashore with Britican! 3 months  agoShow

12º 32.04' N61º 23.082' WMarVynSlipped over to Petite St. Vincent and Petite Martinique for a day or two. We've decided to stick around this area for a few more days and not worry about the weather to get north. We'll get there when we get there. Until then, we're in paradise! To the beach bar we go!3 months  agoShow

12º 28.932' N61º 28.944' WMarVynHappy Valentine's Day to us! (And to all of you!) We have moved on from mainland Grenada to Carriacou and are moored with Britican for the night at Sandy Island. We have been here before and loved the snorkeling and the gorgeous beach. Can't wait to get to it all again!3 months  agoShow

12º 4.458' N61º 45.414' WMarVynMoving around Grenada. Enjoying our time and making human contact. Tomorrow----underwater statue contact!4 months  agoShow

12º 0.264' N61º 43.482' WMarVynWe got MarVyn ready for water back in Trini and sailed north to Grenada yesterday 1/25/19. Today, the kids are off playing with their friend Sienna and we are on our way to having drinks with our friends Kim and Simon like true adults! Who knew??? And so this life begins again...!4 months  agoShow

29º 42.18' N81º 13.602' WMarVynWe arrived back in the States at the end of May, and we've been hanging out in St. Augustine (Matanzas Inlet) this summer. We're happily waiting things out here while our plans crystalize for upcoming travel. More details to come as they become available!8 months  agoShow

10º 40.512' N61º 37.59' WMarVynAll tucked in in Trinidad. Mixed feelings on packing MarVyn up and heading back to the States. Looking to be back aboard soon enough!about 1 year  agoShow

12º 31.068' N61º 26.52' WMarVynOne night here and what a night! Stars were amazing. When you see the Southern Cross for the first time you understand just why you came this way. Now to Tyrel to stage for Trini.about 1 year  agoShow

12º 28.998' N61º 28.53' WMarVynAnd just like that we’re in Carriacou, an island of Grenada. Getting ready to snorkel at Sandy Island!about 1 year  agoShow

12º 36.018' N61º 26.532' WMarVynBouncing around The Grenadines but expect to check out soon. Maybe tomorrow? Currently in Chatham Bay and enjoying the small, quiet resort here. Pool, shade, and wonderful food!about 1 year  agoShow

12º 37.56' N61º 21.222' WMarVynTobago Cays, moored at the edge of the turtle sanctuary. Wonderful visitors keep popping up!about 1 year  agoShow

12º 38.508' N61º 23.28' WMarVynSalt Whistle Bay, Mayreau, The Grenadines—charter boat heaven but still a wonderful spot! Picturesque beach, warm, calm water, and my kids harvested 26 coconuts this afternoon with their new boat friends on Bella Luna! We’re staying another day!about 1 year  agoShow

13º 0.078' N61º 14.28' WMarVynNow in Bequia and so far it is wonderful! Great to be sailing with the wind (finally!) through the last few islands.about 1 year  agoShow

13º 49.272' N61º 3.51' WMarVynBetween the Pitons! So excited!!!!about 1 year  agoShow

13º 58.008' N61º 1.398' WMarVynMarigot Bay, St. Lucia. So beautiful! Incredible sail from Fort-de-France today. Caught a jack for dinner and enjoying some bordeaux from our many French island stops with my husband on the trampoline tonight. Lovely!about 1 year  agoShow

14º 35.7' N61º 4.5' WMarVynMoved on to Martinique. In the big city now. Yikes!about 1 year  agoShow

15º 34.488' N61º 27.45' WMarVynDominica! So excited. Clearly hit hard by Maria. Ready to see more!about 1 year  agoShow

15º 52.182' N61º 35.058' WMarVynLes Saintes for a breatherabout 1 year  agoShow

16º 18.258' N61º 47.472' WMarVynOvernight in Montserrat--such a shame not to have been able to stay as it was gorgeous and I'm sure it's worth a stop. We felt funny about being gawkers as the only thing we've heard to do was take a tour of the volcano destruction. Next time I want an AirBnB and to stay for a bit. Weather on our tail so we took off this am for the second half of the trip---Deshaies, Guadeloupe. Certainly beautiful from the boat. Can't wait to spend some time! about 1 year  agoShow

17º 9.108' N62º 37.53' WMarVynNevis! We LO-OVED Saba, thought Statia was nice (great volcano!) and now we have high hopes for some fun in Nevis. Hoping to get internet enough to publish a new blog soon. about 1 year  agoShow

17º 38.028' N63º 15.258' WMarVynOh, Saba!! Can’t wait to get to the trails and see what this breathtaking beauty has in store for us!about 1 year  agoShow

17º 55.302' N62º 52.092' WMarVynAnse de Colombo in St. Barth’s. I think I could stay here a while!about 1 year  agoShow

18º 2.118' N63º 6.0' WMarVynSint Maarten! That means cafe, croissants, and cheeeeeeeese! Oh, and a beautiful island with more heart than I may ever have seen.about 1 year  agoShow

18º 21.324' N64º 44.484' WMarVynAh, Maho Bay, how beautiful and yet heartbreaking. Such a peaceful break from Redhook but the effects of Irma and Maria are clear, dramatic, and deep, but certainly reversible. Hopeful for the coming season to be easy on this place. about 1 year  agoShow

18º 19.302' N64º 50.382' WMarVynReturning to Redhook is a homecoming of sorts. MarVyn was based here for her year of charter before we brought her back to the States for rehab and finally moving aboard. Good to be back for a brief period. Also, good to have seen Captain Steve already!about 1 year  agoShow

18º 19.734' N65º 19.962' WMarVynMainland PR to Vieques, now settled into Culebra. So beautiful. Ravaged, yes, but recovering, and the people are all in. Last night we found THE bioluminescent bay and watched the water around us actually glow. Incredible! about 1 year  agoShow

18º 4.446' N65º 47.496' WMarVynPuerto Rico is beautiful and it's mountains make us feel like we're sailing through Wyoming or Utah!?! But one night here and onward still. Still looking for bioluminescence...about 1 year  agoShow

18º 4.272' N67º 11.268' WMarVynSettled comfortably in Puerto Real at Marina Pescaderia. Jose and his staff here are great people and they run a wonderful marina. We are hiding out from some severe swell and should leave tomorrow to tuck into the southern coast of Puerto Rico, looking for as much bioluminescence as we can get! about 1 year  agoShow

19º 49.416' N70º 43.506' WMarVynCrossed to the Dominican Republic! Such a beautiful country! Birds, green, mountains, music----wow! Will be here until the waves pass and then on to Puerto Rico. Looking to enjoy this amazing country for a few days.about 1 year  agoShow

21º 44.1' N72º 17.298' WMarVynWe’ve been in TCI for a couple days now but have just gotten internet service. So very wonderful and strange to be back here. Going to find a coffee shop this am to feel a little of the old days!about 1 year  agoShow

22º 19.2' N73º 3.3' WMarVynOvernight in Abrahams Bay last night after an eventful passage from Attwood Harbour (Acklins), now staging tonight from southeast point to head to Turks and Caicos at midnight! The Bahamas has been incredible but now we will move further south and see what the fates have in store for us!over 1 year  agoShow

22º 43.2' N73º 52.902' WMarVynIt was a slugfest from Rum to Acklin's but we made it and all is well. Looking forward to a good night's sleep on quiet, peaceful Atwood Harbour. We'll move on to Mayaguana whenever the weather lets us. Until then, we'll go hunting lobster!over 1 year  agoShow

23º 38.502' N74º 50.502' WMarVynTrying Rum Cay after three amazing days at Conception Island. What in incredible place that is! A bit roll here but hoping to find some life after hurricanes damaged this area pretty badly two years ago. Then on to Mayaguana. over 1 year  agoShow

23º 21.198' N75º 7.998' WMarVynBack in Thompson Bay, Long Island. So long, George Town! You were so good to us but it's time to move on. Here for provisioning, laundry, then to the northern tip of the island at Cape Santa Maria until the next window. Thankful for good friends here tonight. Rondo, thanks for a wonderful dinner and good company! Looking forward to seeing Pura Vida here soon, too. Then, on to Turks and Caicos!over 1 year  agoShow

23º 30.852' N75º 44.898' WMarVynLate entry----back in George Town for three days of heavy winds. Doing well. Planning our next (and more permanent) escape!over 1 year  agoShow

23º 21.348' N75º 8.688' WMarVynFinally moved out of our George Town spot to Long Island. Here at sundown so not much to say except YEAH! Have +2 aboard. Thanks to Britican and Pura Vida for sharing your kids with us! And thanks to Aqua Bob for the company!over 1 year  agoShow

23º 30.852' N75º 44.898' WMarVynWe have arrived in Mecca, aka Chicken Town. Hello, George Town. We're here for a bit, I think. Looking forward to Sunday's pig roast @ Chat'N'Chill. Any boat kids around???? We've got a 9 and 10 year old aboard who would LO-O-O-OVE some company!over 1 year  agoShow

23º 45.648' N76º 5.202' WMarVynAfter being pinned in for several days by a mean little NE'er (apparently those in the States know something about this storm, huh?) we've made it a bit further south. Slowly making it to Chicken Town.over 1 year  agoShow

23º 52.32' N76º 14.37' WMarVynBeautiful anchorage, beautiful beaches, caves, sharks, piano curtesy of Mr. Copperfield. Planning to stay a little longer!over 1 year  agoShow

23º 57.198' N76º 19.002' WMarVynWill be at Little Farmer's Cay for a few nights waiting out some blows. Good company next door---Canadian boat with four kids aboard!over 1 year  agoShow

24º 15.198' N76º 30.702' WMarVynNorthern end of Pipe Creek for the night, then tomorrow on to Harvey Cay outside Staniel. Will deliver Bubba, Ingrid, Key, and Astrid to Staniel to fly home 1/1/18, then heading to Georgetown as weather allows. See everyone soon!over 1 year  agoShow

24º 16.398' N76º 32.298' WMarVynA few days up in the Exuma Land and Sea Park, now back just outside. Will go see Rocky Dundas shortly, then fishing. Last two days with family onboard. over 1 year  agoShow

24º 16.002' N76º 31.05' WMarVynSpending time with family in beautiful surroundings. The kids are becoming fish, the adults are becoming relaxed. Transformations!over 1 year  agoShow

24º 10.302' N76º 27.102' WMarVynAnchored at Staniel Cay for Christmas night. Spent the two days and nights prior at Little Pipe Cay and playing in Pipe Creek. Amazing! Awaiting my brother and his family tomorrow, then will take the family back north toward the park. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!over 1 year  agoShow

24º 12.252' N76º 28.5' WMarVynWe've come to the Staniel Cay (technically, Sampson Cay) area to celebrate Christmas with surrounding boaters. Tomorrow, the Children's Christmas Party at Staniel Cay Yacht Club. We'll be moving again tomorrow but only a short distance. Thunderball Grotto???over 1 year  agoShow

24º 36.0' N76º 49.302' WMarVynSitting still for a couple nights. Phew!over 1 year  agoShow

24º 44.85' N76º 50.25' WMarVynExumas!over 1 year  agoShow

24º 52.098' N76º 9.9' WMarVynover 1 year  agoShow

25º 9.102' N76º 11.652' WMarVynFor the night, and maybe pizza tomorrow?over 1 year  agoShow

25º 11.502' N76º 14.802' WMarVynQuick stop in Governor Harbour for bakery, sites, hike, Levy Preserve (awesome!).over 1 year  agoShow

25º 19.998' N76º 25.998' WMarVynover 1 year  agoShow

25º 25.752' N76º 36.0' WMarVynGlass Window!!!over 1 year  agoShow

25º 30.402' N76º 52.002' WMarVynOut of the Abacos...on to Eleuthera!over 1 year  agoShow

26º 22.248' N76º 58.998' WMarVynover 1 year  agoShow

26º 33.402' N77º 4.5' WMarVynover 1 year  agoShow

26º 39.6' N77º 16.95' WMarVynJust picked up our prop from the airport. Now off to find an anchorage where we can put it on. Fingers crossed for shallow waters with a sandy bottom!over 1 year  agoShow

26º 49.302' N77º 22.098' WMarVynover 1 year  agoShow


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