Sail with the Flo

This is the blog of a British couple who sailed around the world for six years, from 2016. In their blog they share the ups and downs of sailing around the world by boat, sailing offshore across the oceans, and their experiences exploring remote locations. Their route took them:

2016 – Down the coast of Atlantic Spain and Portugal, The Madeira Islands, The Canary Islands, Cape Verde Islands, across the Atlantic Ocean.

2017 – The Caribbean (St Lucia, Martinique, Dominica, The Grenadines, Grenada, Bonaire, Aruba), Panama, through the Panama Canal, across the Pacific to The Marquesas, The Tuamotus Islands, Tahiti and the Society Islands, Suwarrow (The Cook Islands), Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand.

2019 – Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia.

2020 – Malaysia, Thailand, West Sumatra (Indonesia) where they got stuck for over a year because of Covid. (They had planned to cross the Indian Ocean to South Africa by the end of the year stopping at Cocos Keeling, Chagos, The Seychelles and Madagascar before landfall in South Africa but everywhere was shut).

2021 – Crossing the Indian Ocean, Seychelles, South Africa.

2022 – The plan is to cross the Southern Atlantic from South Africa to Namibia, then across via St Helena to South America and the Caribbean, where they will cross their outbound track.

2023 – The end of their 6-year circumnavigation but with no plans to stop. The couple shared on their Youtube channel that they are planning to head to cruising grounds with much bigger tides and different weather. They plan to go North of England – Scotland and carry on up to Arctic circle and stop in as many places as they can.

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