Like so many liveaboards, Scott and Pam Duncan left their home port and never looked back. Of course, for these legally blind 40-somethings, looking back was never an option. They set sail from San Francisco in the fall of 2004 and within a year became the first legally blind people to cross the Pacific Ocean. Their circumnavigation attempt has lead them to Mexico, French Polynesia, and now, New Zealand, and through it all the Duncans have exhibited amazing self-sufficiency. They sail without the assistance of a sighted crew, and only rely on pilot boats when approaching unfamiliar ports. For all their capability, however, the Duncans still confront daily challenges, such as what to do when you've finally caught a fish.