Herby and Maddie continue tearing out the old head to make room for the head refit they are doing. They also take a break from the work to visit the sulfur pits on the island of Terceira, Azores.
Herby and Maddie suffer from the confusing effects of jet lag after returning to Terceira, Azores, to work on the boat. While on the island, they are given a tour of the sights and scenes of the land in the middle of the Atlantic. Panic ensues when they lose all of their memory cards, but…
We finally make it onto the next flight back to the United States, which then leads to family time and a random video for you to enjoy (DH Mountain Biking)! Herby returns to the Azores to work on the boat and runs into a series of road blocks that seem to halt any attempts at…
Herby and Maddie are finally ready to haul out and leave Wisdom on the hard while they return to the states. They have a chance to explore Angra do Heroísmo, a town on the south coast of Terceira, as well as seeing a parade Praia Fest.
Herby and Maddie leave Horta, Faial, and set sail for Angra do Heroísmo, Terceira. The winds were more favorable than predicted and we managed to sail the distance in 22 hours instead of the predicted 30 to 36 hours! Upon arriving in Terceira, they prepare Wisdom for being hauled out as they prepare to fly…
Sailing across an ocean means sailing 24 hours a day. How do you sleep and still stay safe? In this video, Maddie and Herby discuss what worked for them as they voyaged on their transatlantic adventure. They found a way to always keep a person on watch and still see each other during the day.
When you set off on your cruising yacht to cross an ocean, should you have crew? Herby and Maddie discuss what they have learned from their own personal experience as well as the experiences of other ocean crossing sailors they have met.