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Karaka, Costa Rica
Karaka, Panama

We’re a share cost boat that has been sailing since 2004.

In an effort to share, learn and grow, the boat is operated as a non profit cooperative, welcoming as crew anybody motivated to join with an open mind, a willingness to become part of the team and a deep craving for this lifestyle.

The crew is usually but not always composed of a healthy mix of nomadic dreamers, musicians, philosophers, anarchists, wanderers and assorted non-conforming individuals, as well as less radical people, regardless of nationality, age, gender, worldview, background, or financial status. Attitude is what matters.

We have just completed a year long refit here in Malaysia and we are gearing up for our next trip through the China seas to Singapore and then into the Indian Ocean toward Madagascar and Africa.

This is more than just a cheap sailing opportunity, this is a chance to experience what being a feral sea gypsy on an old school ship is all about.

The boat is an old school steel ketch, big, tall, wide, heavy, black, gnarly, full of character. She was an abandoned boat, bought for 1$, and she has circumnavigated since with a crew of sea vagabonds. She is run on limited funds from crew contribution on a non profit basis and so is not a luxury yacht, yet she is sound and strong, especially after our recent extensive refit. We are now ready to keep on going and we have opening for people to join us. We are 3 long term crew on board at the moment, me as skipper owner included. The crew is usually 6 or 7 strong.

We try to have people on board trying to make it work as a community, possibly putting together projects, either just for fun or for making some extra funds to finance the trip… it can be artistic such as busking in the street all together or even playing gigs if the musicians are good enough, or getting involved with some community project in the islands, do workshops with the locals sharing skills and knowledge, help out with the environment, create awareness videos, things like that. Trying to be a bit more than another bunch of tourists on holiday.

For more info, please browse this website, staring with the video below.

For crewing applications, please see the info on the Contact page.

2014, Tahiti