Tongue-flicking snakes and pristine marine life of the Cayos Cochinos

Is there a better start into the new year than motor sailing 24 miles against wind and waves? Well, we didn’t think so either. After all, the upwind ride to the Cayos Cochinos turned out to be reasonably comfortable but we noticed that we badly need to scrub Porky‘s hull. We’ve been lazy in thatContinue reading “Tongue-flicking snakes and pristine marine life of the Cayos Cochinos”

Bon bini na Boneiru

Beautiful reefs in clear water, cacti, flamingos and lizards. Bonaire and its dry, warm climate is a nice change to the humidity of the windward islands. We were lucky to get one of the last slips to moor Porky as all mooring balls and marina berths were taken and already reserved for the next months.Continue reading “Bon bini na Boneiru”