Welcome to gone.world. This is the home of sailing vessel Humpback and its crew: Dave, Charlotte, Arthur, Theo and Hector. We blog mostly about each place we visit and our passages between them. Sometimes, we also talk about other things like babies and children on board, boat-schooling and boat maintenance.
Night entry to an easy and secure anchorage. Grocery shopping and a little exploration ashore and on the water, but just a quick stop.
An easy, peaceful 80Nm sail across Great Bahama Bank. The spinnaker had an outing, and we stopped at sunset. Lovely.
Good shelter from Westerly winds and a wonderful beach at the entrance to a creek. Beach fires, creek crawling, good fun.
First anchorage in the Bahamas. Lots of playing on the beach, visiting Dolphin House, shopping and shipping.
A beautiful passage, some nice sailing, too much motoring, mid-ocean swim, mahi mahi, and visiting birds.
We reflect on 5 years onboard and discuss what might be next for sv Humpabck and her crew.
Overnight stop and a quick snorkel in between some squally weather.
Anchored in the shallow water not far from Middle Cay. Research institute and a short walking trail ashore.
Stopped for a couple of hours with a reef right off the stern of the boat. Amazing coral, beautiful fish.
Relatively sheltered anchorage in 7′ of water, decent nearby snorkeling. Nice first stop this trip to Glovers!