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Lagu's text-message monitoring system proved handy this morning at 4 AM. I received a text message that our anchor distance had increased to a new maximum of 163 feet and that the wind had picked up to 22 knots. I put on my warmest clothing and headed up to the flybridge to evaluate the situation.Continue reading →
Here's some swicked photos of us anchored in Cadboro Bay. The forward lounge pad worked perfectly for a soft landing! :DContinue reading →
It was pouring rain, cold, foggy, not very windy... naturally, we wanted to go sailing! We snuck away from the dock and went for a little motor through the freighters and barges. "Which one is the biggest?" Dane and I used AIS to identify the size of each boat in the bay including DONG A, boasting a beastly 1,000 ft.Continue reading →
Lagu is a state-of-the-art Lagoon 450 catamaran. I live aboard spending my days sailing the seas, exploring nature, and dancing to sweet beats. Lagu is self-sufficient, off the grid, and eco-friendly as much as possible. Of course, I also work remotely to support my lifestyle. Come along, let's have a laugh and enjoy the world together!
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