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In SLOW BOAT TO CUBA the author wants to start his round the world trip by sailing to the Panama Canal before hurricane season Unfortunately a year old embargo wild currents and adverse winds and waves stand in this American sailor s way This is the story of how he overcame government road blocks and sailed offshore to the forbidden paradise of Cuba He stops at the remote west coast and southern barrier islands fighting human and nautical obstacles to get a clear path to Panama, Do you dream of sailing around the world in a sailboat br Do you have a business or career you don t want to sacrifice for that dream br Do you have kids in school br You don t need to quit your job sell your house and take the kids out of school to complete a circumnavigation of the globe in a sailboat You don t have to wait until you are retired to sail for the South Pacific This book tells you how you can do it without uprooting your life by taking as little as two months per year off to sail the trade winds br Circumnavigating the globe in a sailboat is on par with scaling Mount Everest in terms of its rarity Many potential circumnavigators are hobbled by misconceptions about the journey that mountaineers lack when climbing to the top of the world br It is said I want to circumnavigate to see the world Nevertheless successful trade wind circumnavigators don t see the world Instead they travel on a narrow ribbon around it stopping mostly at a narrow range of countries that are downwind Lack of focus causes many more failed circumnavigations than storms at sea br The conventional wisdom is that you need to quit your job sell your house and live on the boat year round The reality is that even retirees circumnavigating full time keep their boat in port half of the year because of the demands of cyclone season There is no good way to elude the November to April cyclone season that dominates percent of the trade wind circumnavigation route br The mad rush from the eastern Caribbean to the safe ports in New Zealand and Australia in a single calendar year is misguided It sets cruisers up for hard upwind ocean passages in future years and saps the resolve of their crews A better solution is to haul out their boats in the South Pacific and fly back to their homes in the developed world during the cyclone season br It makes more sense to keep one s job and home and take annual two to six month leaves of absences to move the boat forward during the cruising season This allows the sailors to earn more outside the cruising season Further they can maintain the careers and businesses which they have built over many years Further cruisers still have a job or business to come back to if they decide that the cruise is not for them Pursuing a part time circumnavigation is likely to be far less costly to cruisers long term earnings than totally severing ties to one s job or business br Going back to their homes on land is much more comfortable than living aboard while waiting for cyclone season to pass The most modest land based accommodations are typically more comfortable than the most luxurious sailboat in port Finally part time circumnavigations avoid many problems with educating school age children and obtaining necessary parts br Learn about the trade wind route around the world with stops in Panama the Galapagos the Marquesas Tahiti Fiji Vanuatu New Caledonia Australia Mauritius Chagos Madagascar South Africa St Helena Brazil and the eastern Caribbean Learn why the Pirate attacks in the Gulf of Aden have NOT made circumnavigating the globe harder br This is the second book by the bestselling author of Slow Boat to the Bahamas Linus Wilson Dr Wilson got his doctorate in financial economics at Oxford University He sails an Island Packet with his wife daughter and four pound poodle He has been published in Cruising Outpost and Good Old Boat magazines To learn more about the author s adventures boat repair tips free chapters and books subscribe to his newsletter at a target blank href http www slowboatsailing com rel nofollow www slowboatsailing com a br, No description available, Do you dream of sailing around the world in a sailboat Do you have a business or career you don t want to sacrifice for that dream Do you have kids in school You don t need to quit your job sell your house and take the kids out of school to complete a circumnavigation of the globe in a sailboat You don t have to wait until you are retired to sail for the South Pacific This book tells you how you can do it without uprooting your life by taking as little as two months per year off to sail the trade winds Circumnavigating the globe in a sailboat is on par with scaling Mount Everest in terms of its rarity Many potential circumnavigators are hobbled by misconceptions about the journey that mountaineers lack when climbing to the top of the world It is said I want to circumnavigate to see the world Nevertheless successful trade wind circumnavigators don t see the world Instead they travel on a narrow ribbon around it stopping mostly at a narrow range of countries that are downwind Lack of focus causes many more failed circumnavigations than storms at sea The conventional wisdom is that you need to quit your job sell your house and live on the boat year round The reality is that even retirees circumnavigating full time keep their boat in port half of the year because of the demands of cyclone season There is no good way to elude the November to April cyclone season that dominates percent of the trade wind circumnavigation route The mad rush from the eastern Caribbean to the safe ports in New Zealand and Australia in a single calendar year is misguided It sets cruisers up for hard upwind ocean passages in future years and saps the resolve of their crews A better solution is to haul out their boats in the South Pacific and fly back to their homes in the developed world during the cyclone season It makes more sense to keep one s job and home and take annual two to six month leaves of absences to move the boat forward during the cruising season This allows the sailors to earn more outside the cruising season Further they can maintain the careers and businesses which they have built over many years Further cruisers still have a job or business to come back to if they decide that the cruise is not for them Pursuing a part time circumnavigation is likely to be far less costly to cruisers long term earnings than totally severing ties to one s job or business Going back to their homes on land is much more comfortable than living aboard while waiting for cyclone season to pass The most modest land based accommodations are typically more comfortable than the most luxurious sailboat in port Finally part time circumnavigations avoid many problems with educating school age children and obtaining necessary parts Learn about the trade wind route around the world with stops in Panama the Galapagos the Marquesas Tahiti Fiji Vanuatu New Caledonia Australia Mauritius Chagos Madagascar South Africa St Helena Brazil and the eastern Caribbean Learn why the Pirate attacks in the Gulf of Aden have NOT made circumnavigating the globe harder This is the second book by the bestselling author of Slow Boat to the Bahamas Linus Wilson Dr Wilson got his doctorate in financial economics at Oxford University He sails an Island Packet with his wife daughter and four pound poodle He has been published in Cruising Outpost and Good Old Boat magazines To learn more about the author s adventures boat repair tips free chapters and books subscribe to his newsletter at a target blank href http www slowboatsailing com rel nofollow www slowboatsailing com a