We are extremely excited to officially introduce you to our new nomadic home on the water - m/v Y-Not. Y-Not is a 1999 Bayliner 4788. She's a 47' 4" long motor yacht with twin screw (twin screw = two engines) Cummins 370 HP engines, bow thruster and a custom hydraulic … [Read more...] about Introducing Y-Not: 1999 Bayliner 4788 Motoryacht for Exploring the Great Loop
Cruising / Boating (March 2017 - present)
Ok, one final post to wrap up our RVing winter before we shift gears to talking about our new boat! Everything was coming together post survey right on track, which meant we needed to get our butts closer to Punta Gorda to take delivery. We'd also need to be near … [Read more...] about Our Last Stop as Full-Time RVers: Koreshan State Historic Site (& Boat Closing!!)
This coming May, we will mark our third nomadiversary of being on the road together. Over the past three years we have vastly simplified our lives. We have experimented with, refined, and tweaked our little RV into our ideal travel vessel. We have become skilled at … [Read more...] about Pondering New Challenges
Only a week ago, the thought of Cherie and I sailing off into the sunset was a "certainly, but someday" sort of thing. But after spending some time at the Miami International Boat Show & Strictly Sailing event, the idea of relocating at least part of the year onto a … [Read more...] about Boat Wanted
As planned, we spent Saturday and Sunday this past weekend at the Miami International Boat Show and the co-located sailing focused Strictly Sail Miami. Though these events have traditionally been very distinct, the no-longer-appropriately-named "Strictly Sail" has … [Read more...] about The Miami International Boat Show
While we love our land-based nomadic lifestyle, Cherie and I have both long fantasized about taking to the high seas for some extended aquatic adventuring. We've imagined someday running across a cruising couple who might want to "swap houses" for a few monhs - trading a … [Read more...] about Nautical Nomadia?