Welcome to gone.world. This is the home of sailing vessel Humpback and its crew: David, 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. At the moment we rarely blog as we’re getting used to David working again.
Overnight stop to avoid night-entry to Tobago Cays.
Too many mosquitoes. Otherwise we’d have stayed longer. Left our old dinghy tied to another boat.
Very nice – friendly locals, strange winds, lots of wildlife.
6th to 7th October 2019 This is our first anchorage protected from the prevailing weather only by a reef. Its somewhat cool to see the waves breaking on the reef, which barely pokes above the…
More room in the anchorage than we expected. Great snorkeling, lovely beach.
Another functional one-night stop.
Loved this small sandbar “island”. Lots of hermit crabs, corals, den-making.
Beautiful, peaceful bay. Astounding night sky.
Intended to stop for a few days. Stayed for eight weeks. Many photos.
Stopped for the night to break up the sail into nice easy chunks. Didn’t do or see anything of note.