Punta Mala

This whole time, we’d been sailing to Panama, but on this leg we arrived. After checking out with the Costa Rican authorities and eating ice cream in the grocery store parking lot, we taxied back to Banana Bay marina. LocalContinue reading “Punta Mala”

The Little Gulf

While staying at Marina Papagallo in Northern Costa Rica, we were spoiled with the company of several familiar boats, the Saturday shopping shuttle, the Sunday potluck, and a chance to catch up with a friend’s parents at a nearby vacationContinue reading “The Little Gulf”


Long before I stepped on a sailboat, I was in love with the water. My first memories start with my parents piling us into the car for weekend trips up north to Bear Lake. The sandy beach extends in aContinue reading “Thalassophile”


I have been learning Spanish in fits and starts since Mrs. Gardner’s 10th-grade class. My one-semester college language requirement repeated much of the same material and sent the basics of verb conjugation, masculine/feminine, and pronunciation to my long-term memory. OverContinue reading “Estadounidense”

Hurricane Plan

There’s a lot to catch up on since our departure from Pacific Honduras, but let’s jump ahead to the current happenings of the SV Azimuth crew. A couple years ago, we met two friends at our workshop + farm spaceContinue reading “Hurricane Plan”


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