mySerenity sailing

sailboat cruising channel remote anchorages, crystal clear waters, teaming with life.

myserenity catamaran

mySerenity boatlife

underwater photography, snorkelling, sailing, coral reefs, pelagic fishing, and much more.

be adventurous and step outside your comfort zone. for many, it's been life changing.

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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 reefs:

  • coral (phylum cnidaria)
    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).
  • giant clams (tridacna)
    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.

offshore sailing (geek tech specs):

  • offshore sailing
    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

build a catamaran?

we did...may be you can too

"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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