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I think that it was surreal for the kids to spend two days in the car, and then discover their home in a completely different place.
Follow along on CW associate editor Jen Brett's winter southern cruising sojourn aboard Lyra.
Caitlin and her Voyager.
Spring is finally here, and it's time to launch the new catamaran.
Yours truly—happy to be sailing.
Fellow delivery crew member (and CW staffer) David Gillespie shares the experience of his first blue-water passage to the Caribbean after leaving George Town, Bahamas.
Sailing to the Bahamas on a 54-foot catamaran? Sign me up!
I'm staring at the calendar on the wall of my cubicle and realizing that in five days, I will be at the airport and on my way south!
The girls discussing boat design. Never mind the mess on the dock—the grown-ups were probably to blame as we were all preparing our boats for the coming winter.
Having a pack of kids around has made the marina feel much more like a neighborhood.
I love all five feet of this sweet PVC tree. Not bad for the saloon on a 44-foot boat!
Celebrating the Christmas season aboard offers unique challenges—and opportunities.
Ditch your schedule. Be out of touch. Sail somewhere. Have fun.
As lovely as the evening view is from Lyra's Newport mooring, we're ready for a change of scenery. At least for a little while!
The Lyra crew is planning a fall cruise—Finally!
Here's a quick look at some things that have definitely earned their keep aboard Lyra.
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