sailing mySerenity

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myserenity catamaran

mySerenity

adventure, underwater photography, snorkelling, sailing, stunning coral, top fishing, and much more.

a lifestyle choice...sailboat cruising to remote anchorages, crystal clear waters, teaming with life.

can't be there? then join us here.

sea urchin

current sailing season?

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sailing a catamaran to remote places in the Pacific, diving, snorkelling, eating, and toasting lazy sunsets.

it can't get better than that!

coral and clam colour:

  • phylum cnidaria (coral)
    though a coral polyp looks like a plant, it's really an animal, or rather, a colony of animals, and is classified into the Phylum Cnidaria (also called Phylum Coelenterata).
  • tridacna (species that includes giant clams)
    the largest living bivalve molluscs. There are actually several species of "giant clams" in the genus Tridacna, which are often misidentified for Tridacna gigas.
  • crustaceans & molluscs
    other critters that we come across in various shapes, sizes and colours.

tech specs for geeks:

  • offshore adventure
    planning, then executing sailing adventures with no timeline. Escaping the rat race and finding new places with family & great friends.
  • coral colour and shapes
    an amateur photographer's dream, capturing the underwater world of life, shape and colour.
  • food, quick & easy
    being self-sufficient for weeks on end, we find ways to make food interesting and nutritious.
  • our catamaran
    reconfigured for extended sailing periods offshore. single-handed configured. 600lt water capacity plus watermaker, 740lt diesel capacity, 4 double beds, 5 showers, 4 toilets. Induction cooktop, combined oven/microwave.
  • dress & sail wardrobe
    fully enclosed helm. fully enclosed aft cockpit. genoa, square-top main, spinnaker and screecher.
  • power
    2-kW solar feeds a 1000-Ahr lithium bank. no fixed gas. no generator. range exceeds 10 days motoring at 5.5knots, or unlimited under sail.
  • live...right now
    want to see electrical numbers LIVE...right now? then click here
myserenity catamaran

can't afford a catamaran?

then build one...you can do it.

"it is achievable, it takes good planning, a strong desire, and never losing sight of the final goal. can be done on a budget too." James

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