#80: How to Find Out if Offshore Voyaging is for You

If the thought of going offshore overnight makes you a little hesitant to go cruising, that is the very reason you should do it.  And, I’m about to give you 250 reasons to book an offshore voyage today!  The benefit of going on an extended, offshore passage with a competent captain is something Phillip and I discussed at length (before the Atlantic crossing opportunity came up) as a way to find out if blue water voyaging was truly for us.  I am proud, honored and excited that I can now offer that experience to YOU.  Some very exciting news guys.  I have partnered with Captain Ryan Rayfield at SailLibra.com to help him fill his offshore passages with student sailors and adventurers from my audience and GUESS WHAT.  He agreed to offer each of my Patrons a $250 discount on any of his offshore voyages.  I will be making a trip with Ryan on s/v Libra with a handful of lucky followers to Isla Mujeres this Thanksgiving and Ryan will be bringing a group down to meet up with me and Phillip in Cuba to celebrate New Years Eve in Havana!

Want to come?  You can!  

Watch the videos (two for you this week!), go to my new “Voyages” tab and book today!

Wait until you see the amazing boat you will be going on!  A 1969 Bill Tripp custom-designed 60′ ketch.  Libra has circumnavigated the globe twice in her life, and is still as fast, powerful, and comfortable as she was then.  Because of her hull design, length, and weight, she performs like a rocket on the water, hitting double digit speeds in conditions lighter vessels would typically avoid.  Libra is ready to share the experience of blue water sailing with you.

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