Nighttime at the Marina

I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day. Vincent Van Gogh SeaSea sits on the deck of SeaSea overlooking the CYOA dock with Frenchtown and St Thomas in the background. It is super nice to arrive a day before setting sail, visit a local grocery to provision,Continue reading “Nighttime at the Marina”

Reflections

The real man smiles in trouble, gathers strength from distress, and grows brave by reflection. Thomas Paine SeaSea motored into St. Thomas for the first time just a bit over 1 year ago , propelled by a pair of 50 horsepower Volvo Penta diesels quietly humming away . Her sails had yet to be rigged,Continue reading “Reflections”

Seaweed

I’ve always thought it’d be nice to be seaweed, kind of just floating about. Devendra Banhart Christopher Columbus, on his way to the Caribbean, sailed through the Sargasso Sea, which is named for the sargassum seaweed that collects in the North Atlantic as the result of circular sea currents. The name is from the PortugueseContinue reading “Seaweed”