Sailing Bagia

Follow us on our journey around the world.

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"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Mark Twain

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For us, Trafalgar Falls was the most spectacular stop in Dominica. It’s located just a few miles outside Roseau in the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Saint Martin and Sint Maarten

The small island of Saint Martin is divided between two countries. The northern half is an overseas collectivity of France called Saint Martin. The southern half, Sint Maarten, is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. There is no border control between the two sides, so you can freely cross from Dutch territory to French territory. 

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St. Thomas, USVI

Simply put, it was a dump. There was trash everywhere. The people were rude. The prices were high, and it was difficult to get any assistance whatsoever from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office.

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Culebra, Puerto Rico

For two entire weeks, we encountered neither another person nor a boat. We awoke to the sounds of mountain goats bleating on the beach, swam in crystal-clear water, and snorkeled among coral reefs teeming with marine life.

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About Us

Who we are and why we set sail.

About Our Boat

Meet Bagia, our floating home.

Products We Recommend

Living on a boat has allowed us to escape consumerism and to realize that our happiness doesn’t depend on material possessions. We really had to step away from American culture to learn just how rewarding it is to live minimally and how much time and money we had wasted shopping, buying, storing, and caring for a lifetime’s worth of stockpiled belongings.

That doesn’t mean we don’t buy things. It means we only buy useful, necessary items. There is no room on a small boat for unreliable junk, nick-knacks, or useless gadgets. So here are the products we use every day and trust to hold up to the rigors of life at sea.

Upcoming Destinations

Marquesas Islands

After a long Pacific crossing, we plan to take our time in one of the most remote and beautiful places on the planet.

Tuamotu Archipelago

With 76 atolls spanning over 700,000 square miles of the Pacific Ocean, we're looking forward to lots of spearfishing and snorkeling.

Tahiti and Bora Bora

After several solitary months in remote islands, we'll probably be ready to return to civilization for a few weeks in these beautiful vacation destinations.