About Us

Greg and Duwan cruising down the Intracoastal Waterway. Greg is hailing one of the many bascule bridges we must cross.

Greg and Duwan cruising down the Intracoastal Waterway in their 36′ Catalina sailboat, Blue Wing.

Hi! We are Duwan and Greg. We are nomads.

We used to live in a house in Cabbagetown, an old mill village in the shadow of the city of Atlanta’s skyline. Then we sold everything, quit our jobs, rented our house (and eventually sold it), bought a sailboat, and set sail on a traveling adventure and a story that has been writing itself as we go along.

So far we have spent 3 Winters and Springs sailing in the Bahamas, traveling from the very northern Abacos islands to the southern Jumentos just some 60 miles off the coast of Cuba. In the summer we haul our boat out of the water and leave her on the hard and head back to Cabbagetown where we travel in small circles in our Westfalia VW van, house sitting and doing odd jobs.

We plan to sail to Mexico and Central America Winter and Spring 2015/2016.

Duwan pilots the boat out the Lake Worth inlet.

Duwan pilots Blue Wing out the Lake Worth inlet.

Tooling around in Great A'Tuin.

Tooling around in our Westfalia VW van, Great A’Tuin.

Catching the bow line.

Duwan catching the bow line during her solo trip through the St. Lucie lock in Florida.

Greg rows Fever at Powell Cay, while Blue Wing holds our spot in the anchorage.

Greg rows the dinghy, Fever, at Powell Cay, while Blue Wing holds our spot in the anchorage.