Above-3.6 meter ENIGMA anchored at the mouth of Lisbon Creek, Andros, Bahamas.



Since returning from my last trip to the Bahamas I haven't done much sailing; though, that doesn't mean I don't get on the water often. My other great passion in life is kakaying, and I try to go out regularly on the lake in my tippy Olympic class K-1. I also do some racing, and last year I even competed at the USCA Nationals and at the Masters World Marathon Championships which were held for the first time in the U.S.A. However, lately I've been dreaming about sailing away again to distance shores and to new cruising grounds in our micro-cruisers . Therefore, I figured it was about time to get ENIGMA back in shape for a possible future cruise.  READ MORE

Don't forget to check out the article we wrote for SAIL MAGAZINE.


Mindy and David have a passion for small sailboats called micro-cruisers, and they have been cruising in their tiny boats for more then 20 years. Their favorite destinations have been the Outer Banks of North Carolina and the beautiful islands of the Bahamas. 

Disclaimer: Like many other outdoor activities in life, sailing small boats has it's own inherent dangers and risks that could result in injury or even death. Therefore, it's our sincere suggestion that you consider this website as simply a collection of our experiences and our strategies on how we plan and take our own trips. We might also add that though we admire and favor a particular style of watercraft,  we can not guarantee your satisfaction or safety in the same vessel since everyone has different boat handling skills and the weather and sea conditions on any body of water can be unpredictable.  Nonetheless, if you decide to venture from the perceived safety of your own home, you may have the opportunity to experience what this incredible wet world has to offer.