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TimeZero, Raymarine, Garmin… and which is best!

If you own a boat, you know how important your electronics are. If you are looking at buying a boat, you would expect any brand to be reliable but not so fast! On our sailing catamaran Seamlessly, we had fairly new Raymarine navigation electronics, and on our new trawler Patience, we have Garmin ...

Things we love… Our Glendinning Controls

Our last boat, a 60-foot sailing catamaran, was also our first boat. It was quite the learning curve for us, and we did not know to appreciate the new electronics added by the previous owner in 2015. The update included new navigation electronics from Raymarine, a new Onan 21.5kw generator, and two new Volvo ...

Our New Trawler

It's finally time for this blog post. Those of you who follow our Instagram adventures have already seen some new trawler pictures and read the updates. We've been knee-deep in getting the boat ready for adventure and exploration but are now almost ready for departure. Goodbye Catamaran Life Our ...

Our Windlass – Lofrans VS Lewmar

We will update this blog post as things progress -- stay tuned. The Incident | Background | Analysis of the Cause | Temporary Fix | Evaluating Lewmar The Incident We woke up early in the morning, anchored in Thompson Bay, Bahamas, and got the boat ready for our sail up ...

Don’t Get a Boat Unless You’re Rich or…

Our boat ownership experience has been quite adventurous and insightful. Social media often makes owning a boat seem very glamorous and sometimes even easy, and depending on your attitude in life, this can be true. We have worked through two medium-sized boat projects so far, and this is the biggest lesson we learned ...

Just Catamarans VS MultiTech Marine

Also see: MutliTech Update: Anchored in Crystal Clear Waters... If you've been following our adventures on this blog or on our Instagram account, you already know that we are entirely new to boating. We bought our 60-foot sailing catamaran in September and decided to do a bit of work on her before ...

They Call Them “Marriage Savers”

We are starting to accept that a 60-foot catamaran is a big boat, even though we don't feel Seamlessly is big. This is probably because it is our first boat and we have nothing to compare it with. All of our training captains, friends, marina-neighbors, contractors, and generally everyone else recommended that we should ...

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