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At 10:57am on May 19, 2013, LOLA said…



At 9:51pm on May 16, 2013, LOLA said…

You are living the dream...I can't seem to break away...i have so many interests and not much time.

Glad to see your adventures

taking the boat for a sail this Sunday

Ill post pictures.


At 6:43pm on January 11, 2013, Dale Anderson said…

Seriously? Hell yes I think I might like that!

At 5:28pm on January 9, 2013, Dale Anderson said…

If we keep meeting like this, people are going to talk. Saw your post looking for crew. I'm game but no experience with diesel.

At 12:23pm on January 5, 2013, Dale Anderson said…

Everywhere I go, Z, you're already there. It's like having a friend everywhere!

At 7:02pm on December 27, 2012, LOLA said…

ZEE do you have photos ? Of that boat for sale?

Iv'e been following your journey....sounds great.

At 9:25pm on August 4, 2012, ___/)ances With Sails said…


At 11:03pm on June 2, 2012, Steve Knight said…

That sure was a close one...

At 10:17pm on June 2, 2012, LOLA said…

Hey Zee, some great photos...good to see you here.  Stay Safe.

At 10:04pm on June 2, 2012, Harvey Cail said…

I put a picture of my boat on my profile page

At 6:53pm on June 2, 2012, Harvey Cail said…

Hi again Zeehag, I left a message last month but I'm not sure I did it right.

Take a look at my eBook on the Kindle Store, it covers the same route you are sailing.

At 10:58pm on May 26, 2012, Harvey Cail said…

Hi Zeehag. I missed your comment about the underbody of my boat, I haven't been to Seaknots  in a while. She is a 45 ft Bmdn Cutter I built myself.

Check the page for my Kindle eBook 'Pineapple Chunks With Sardines' on Facebook. It covers the same route you are sailing. It's not too serious though. See me on Twitter also.

Good luck with your voyaging.

At 10:02pm on March 24, 2012, arnoldo alfaro said…

Thanks Zeehag. The tiger is always beeing kept varnishing and varnishing... the oDay has a new Betamarina motor boat. Time to come down to Costa Rica and do some sailing from Puerto Azul. Check their webpage. Good and fair  winds from Costa Rica. 


At 5:51pm on December 31, 2011, Drew said…

That's the way to live. I'm convinced. I had planned on taking my power boat to the keys to live on there. Now I'm looking for a liveaboard sailboat to base there and cruise.MAybe we'll bump into each other (not literally of course) in one of those bodies of water.

At 7:27am on December 30, 2011, Drew said…

Sounds like a great adventure. Working you way to Panama I assume?

At 5:38pm on December 28, 2011, Drew said…

I sailed from the time I was twelve until I was in my late forties. Business took up to much time, and I found I could enjoy a powerboat if I had even a hour to spend. Now that I'm semi-retired, I need to get back to sailing and living aboard where it's always warm. I have my eye on a Seafarer 38 ketch on the east coast of FLorida. If it works out, I'll be down there soon. Fair winds and following seas to you...

At 1:35am on December 19, 2011, ___/)ances With Sails said…

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