Checking in from the Charted Life

The SV Lost Boys just prior to launching in Bradenton, FL

The SV Lost Boys just prior to launching in Bradenton, FL

I have been a bit remiss in posting to this Blog this summer. After all, there are boats to rebuild, Airstreams to restore, people to teach sailing and miles of Oceans to cross. But while I have been radio silent on the blog, I have been broadcasting feverishly from Facebook. Have a look at my latest Live Feed from Facebook

Maybe you saw some of our other posts on our way back up from Marathon with the Endeavor 42 or maybe you've been catching us as we make her beautiful once again. If you missed em, please head back for another look cause its kinda fun sharing our progress and we've had a blast shooting them. 

In other news, we are launching a bunch of new efforts to put wind in our sails. Our membership program has gone live (both annual and monthly options available) and we are rolling out the Awe Gee's Shop, a online market place dedicated to serving the needs of those who seek to live the mobile lifestyle sustainably.  WE also are now offering $300 custom charters aboard the Endeavor for up to six passengers to help introduce all you sticks and bricks folks to the mobile life. 


And finally, we're feeling the winds of change blowing with our efforts to Ban the Bag Worldwide. We've ruffled a few feathers in Beaufort and more and more businesses are committing to go going green and getting rid of plastic straws and bags from their daily operations. Black Sheep Pizza, The Coastal Community Market, Beaufort Pet Provisions and of course our friends at Old Beaufort Farmers Market have all committed to doing their parts to keeping plastic from our Oceans.  So kudos to them and Thank you for doing what you can to make turn away from a single use plastic world. 

So that's what's happening in The Charted Life this week. Lots to do and we'll get doing it if the rain will ever let up. So stay dry and keep the warm wishes coming and Thanks for checking in to The Charted Life