You may have heard the expression ‘yum yum yellow’ – it’s a divers term for the attractiveness of yellow diving … Continue reading Sharks … and other fishy stories
1645, Friday 19 April We weighed anchor at Isabela Island, Galapagos and headed out to sea to sail over 3000 … Continue reading Twenty two days and 18 hours
Our sail from Panama to the Galápagos Islands and our extraordinary adventures there visiting San Cristobal, Santa Cruz and Isabela. Continue reading Born to be Wild
We were woken up by an earthquake – 4.3 on the richter scale, 24 km deep and just five miles … Continue reading Gateway to the Pacific
I’d lost my sea legs. I could have sworn I’d put the right ones on, but five hours into our … Continue reading Floating on Bonaire
We had clung onto the cushions in the aft cabin and wedged ourselves with our feet to try and stop … Continue reading Flying through Portugal … and our eight best bits
I was rudely awakened by the sound of a fog horn and felt a bruised bump on the side of … Continue reading Caribbean? Nope … Northern Spain!