We are currently in La Paz, Baja California Sur, awaiting the end of the hurricane season. Our boat, Destiny, miraculously weathered Hurricane Odile with only minuet damages. We are both back in the states spending some time with our families and preparing for the Pacific crossing ahead. We will be riding the season out and helping our neighbors to rebuild from this tragic storm.

La Paz Sailing Community Relief Fund

Odile was the largest Hurricane to hit the Baja in over 50 years and we are reaching out to you for your support for our community. This hurricane has brought nothing but heartache and devastation for these people as their homes were ripped right out from under them, we want to help them to rebuild their lives and get back what they so openly shared with all that they have graciously welcomed into their community. 100% of the proceeds will go to helping the sailing community of La Paz continue search parties for missing sailors, get food, clean water, supplies, shelter as well as aid in the salvage of sunken and washed up boats on the shore



We travel the world by sailboat connecting with other cultures and nature promoting sailing as a viable means of travel.  We will document the entire voyage through photography, writing, and film, producing a constant stream of short films and a full blown documentary at the end of the entire voyage. We aim to create a website with a plethora of do-it-yourself boating knowledge and low budget cruising tips.


We aim to inspire people, especially the technology dependent youth, to get outside and experience life as it exists in nature. Through this we hope to spread an awareness of the magnificent beauty of the earth and the life that exists within, and hope to instill a reverence of environmentalism in our followers and viewers. We hope our journey inspires you to get outside and explore our beautiful world.


We want to achieve seemingly unreachable goals and instill the idea that any goal or dream, no matter how large or improbable it may seem, can be realized with hard work, dedication, and the willingness to take risks.  We didn’t grow up near the ocean or with any access to sailing. We simply worked, saved money, moved near the ocean, and began hanging out on the docks until we could convince some sailors to teach us how to sail.


We are in awe of the support and love we have received from people that are inspired by our adventure. If you are inspired to help support our journey please donate to help us continue on and share our journey with all of you through blogs, photography, and film. Our mission is to create a full blown documentary on the entire voyage once we have completed the trek. We would love to hear from you and meet you along the way. Please help us to spread the word.

Latest Logs from the Journey

  • Hurricane Odile landfall 2am September 15_1410762333026_8047403_ver1.0_640_480

La Paz Sailing Community Destroyed by Hurricane Odile

The night of September 15, 2014. Hurricane Odile hit the Baja Peninsula in Mexico, with a heart wrenching blast of 108 knot winds (124 mph). The eye of the storm was said to hit […]

  • sushi at anchor, Espiritu Santo

First Sail in Destiny!

On our mission to sail and surf around the world, six months ago Tyler and I made the biggest mistake of our lives. We bought a neglected and broken boat in a foreign country […]

  • Hauling Out A Boat in Berkovitch

Hauling the Boat out on the Hard!

Pulling the Boat out on the Hard!

I have learned more about sailing working on this boat for the last three months than I ever did on the water.

Finally, we hauled Destiny out of the […]

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Embracing Your Surroundings

The days are becoming longer and the sun is starting to get more intense as the hot summer season in Mexico is right around the corner. We are working as hard as we can […]

Watch the Adventure Unfold

Our First Sail In Destiny: Ep. 8

This June was one of the best days of our lives! After 6 months of working everyday on our boat “Destiny”, it was time for us to take her out for the first time. […]

Surfing the Mexican Boat Yard: Ep. 7

Epic adventures take a lot of preparing, but don’t forget to have some fun and give back at the same time.  When life gives you a challenge you have to accept the fact that […]

Giant Sharks and Victories: Ep. 5

Some of these sharks get up to sixty feet in length! Watch as we swim with them and make some changes to our boat. We are two friends sailing and surfing around the world.  […]