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  • Clearing into Comoros

    Comoros, an island nation tucked between Mozambique and Madagascar, is the landfall I have most anticipated among our planned Indian Ocean destinations. Read more

    The 28 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    FAMILY, TRAVEL, OUTDOORS
  • Self-steering on Board

    Autopilot? Windvane? Both, or hard-core hand-steering? Problems with our autopilot have caused some headaches on Totem. So why don’t we have a windvane for... Read more

    The 24 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    FAMILY, TRAVEL, OUTDOORS
  • Shelter from the Storm

    We thought we’d be in the Comoros by this morning, a string of islands between Mozambique and Madagascar; instead, we’re still 240 miles away and anchored. Read more

    The 21 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    FAMILY, TRAVEL, OUTDOORS
  • Indian Ocean Cruising Bloggers

    I love sharing our experiences sailing across the Indian Ocean. Along the way from Malaysia to South Africa, we’re hanging out with some other really terrific... Read more

    The 18 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    FAMILY, TRAVEL, OUTDOORS
  • Southbound from Seychelles

    Finally (FINALLY) we can leave: all the packages we’ve been waiting for are on board, after 18 bus rides and enough face time to be on a first-name basis with... Read more

    The 16 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    FAMILY, TRAVEL, OUTDOORS
  • Voyaging With Kids: How to Take Your Family Cruising

    How do families go cruising? What do you need to know to take your kids off on a bluewater cruising adventure? How on earth to you homeschool across an ocean?... Read more

    The 10 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    FAMILY, TRAVEL, OUTDOORS
  • Getting Mail in Seychelles

    Cruising is often described as routine maintenance in exotic locations, and like many turns of phrase is well-rooted in common experience. Read more

    The 04 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    FAMILY, TRAVEL, OUTDOORS