The Blog

Stories of our journey

Welcome to the reason why we have set up this homepage – we want to let you be part of our sailing voyage on our Kelly Peterson 44. Be it with good or bad news, if possible we’ll try to keep you updated with new sailing blog updates on a weekly basis about our experiences we make along the way.

Start here from the beginning…



Departure Stress and Mexican Classics

Before we left for Switzerland, we wanted to finish a few projects – mostly with success. We also fought our way through the Mexican jungle of bureaucracy.

Life is Sweet

What’s up? I’m Dulce the cat, the yard manager, foreman and supervisor on Milagros. While Patricia and David are working, sanding, painting, epoxying, I’ll take command of the blog.

The Daily Grind is Real

We fight against our weaker selves and our beliefs. And we take the next step in one of our most important projects. But we also experience some moments on the sunny side of life.

The Elephant in the Room

Back to work! Holidays are over! We return to dusty Puerto Peñasco, where our construction site awaits. Time to conquer one of our biggest projects yet.

Scratching the Surface – from Agua Verde to San Carlos

After 10 days without internet and with our time schedule in mind, we left Agua Verde. Our route took us further north and ultimately, we crossed the Sea of Cortez to San Carlos.

Activity Holiday in the Sea of Cortez

The main goal of our stay on Anila is to train our sailing skills. But relaxation is not neglected. We get the full Sea of Cortez active holiday programme.

Paddle board girls

Our Journey Back North Begins

Beauty awaits! Turquoise waters, amazing sealife, dramatic desert landscapes! Finally, we get to explore the Sea of Cortez properly!

A Surprise in La Paz

On the way to La Paz, we come together with fellow sailors and explore Isla Coronado. But time is pressing, because we have a surprise planned in La Paz.

David in the dinghy besides a fishing panga

This Is An Emergency!

We experience first-hand how quickly a simple passage can turn into an emergency. We got lucky big time.