This post will detail our Starlink setup on our boat and list links to the items we purchased and used for it. Here are the items we used so that you can easily find and order them. Of course there are some other slick equipment...

This is our 3 reef setup. We added a 3rd reef line sheave to the boom. It fit in the existing box with no modifications. Grey line is reef 3/4. Our new main has 3 larger reefs rather than 4. We almost never use the...

Choosing The Right Antifouling Bottom Paint As boat owners, we are all in search of #ThatFeeling when we set sail, but first, in preparation for our voyages, we must spend time researching and choosing products to prepare and protect our boats properly. Choosing the protective coating...

You may have watched our latest YouTube videos, where we dove deep into our solar panel. https://youtu.be/bqlGqlyJ4cA Here we want to share the way we have the current panels mounted as well as at the end, reveal what mistakes we think we have made and what...

We first noticed that our autopilot wasn’t up to the challenge of big winds and big waves on our trip from the Bahamas to St. Thomas. We took off to make the non-stop 700+ mile trip on a January nor’easter to make a downwind dash. We...

7. Software Updates This may sound silly as the first item on the list, but our navigation, comms, and instrument software is vital to our safety. B&Gs software update to the Zues3 MFD and NAC3 autopilot had some important changes. The one we enjoyed the most was...