Could a route through Mexico be a viable alternative to the Panama Canal?
Now that Totem is out of the water, the crew reflects on how the Coppercoat antifouling is holding up.
While cruising boats from the ’70s and ’80s might still have a lot going for them, keeping them seaworthy can involve a long to-do list.
A brief passage north to the top of the Sea of Cortez offers the Totem crew winds and calm, peace and plenty.
While anchored in San Carlos, Mexico, this young sailor learned ways to protect the fragile environment of this beautiful and ecologically diverse body of water.
Sailors in the Rio Dulce donate their time and gear to local villages through Pass It On Guatemala.
Engine troubles lead to changed plans for the Totem crew.
The Totem crew is often asked which location is better for cruising: Mexico or the Caribbean?
Whether you prefer a traditional celebration or enjoy new customs, there are many ways that cruisers celebrate the holidays aboard.
The Totem crew reflects on life and travel in a time of COVID during an epic road trip north.