The Wild and Wonderful Adventure of The Drake Passage

The Drake Passage is a body of water that connects the Atlantic, Pacific and Southern Oceans. It is the stretch of open water between Cape Horn; the southernmost tip of South America and… Continue reading

Final Preperations in Puerto Williams

The Beagle Channel is one of of those areas that cruisers will often argue over as being the most spectacular in the world. Its a stream of water that separates Argentina’s southernmost tip;… Continue reading

Penguins of Antartica

<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/175885795″>Penguins of Antarctica</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user50232219″>Maggie Claire</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

Ice Navigation in the North Atlantic

Bonavista is one of the oldest towns in Newfoundland and home of the Atlantic Puffin. Before spotting the vibrant  orange and yellow parrot-like beak, I quickly mistook it for a penguin diving beneath… Continue reading

St John’s

It was quite the shock when we sailed into the the busy commercial harbour of St John’s, hosting cruise ships, large commercial fishing vessels and small boat tour operators. I had become so… Continue reading

Where France meets North America

Following Windjammers extraordinary welcoming to Newfoundland, we headed south-east to where North America meets France. With Brie, baguettes and Bordeaux in mind, we set sail for St Pierre, one of the last two… Continue reading

NEWFOUNDLAND

The shiny green topsides and raking masts shined flawlessly in an otherwise dull morning as Windjammer took to its name as a “floating curiosity”. Despite the long journey and early arrival from the… Continue reading

Sailing the wooden boat festival Geelong

Wooden Boat Festival from Maggie on Vimeo.

10 Reasons we TRAVEL

We travel to escape ourselves, our lives that we cant help but feel there is not enough adventure in, to overcome fear and face our own faults. Travelling is about going curiously into… Continue reading

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