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Americans Stimulate Greece on Sail Future’s Week 4 Expedition

Sail Future is a Sarasota, Florida based nonprofit that seeks to help high-risk youth in the juvenile justice system find a way out through sailing programs that teach leadership, teamwork, and responsibility, while pairing the youth participants with mentors. In the early part of 2015, a generous philanthropist donated a 65-foot MacGregor sailing vessel to […]

Guest Post by Kristen Moran: Greece 2015 with Sail Future

The following blog post was written by my friend and frequent travel partner Kristen Moran about her own perspectives on sailing through the Greek islands with Sail Future.   In March 2015, while wearing a Shamrock sling to support my still slightly broken shoulder, I received an email from a close friend, Francisco, inviting me […]

Our Magical Trip to Ireland: An Overview

It’s hard to know where to start to describe the weeklong trip my mom and I took to Ireland on October 4-11, 2014. My first overview is simply to say that Ireland has everything this boy can dream of: green pastures filled with cattle and sheep; pubs filled with Guinness and whiskey and with people […]

Alaska Cruise Part Three: Glacier Bay, College Fjord, and Anchorage

As noted in my previous blog, our cruise ship departed from Skagway on Wednesday night and set sail north towards Glacier Bay National Park. One of the main reasons we chose Princess Cruise lines is that they are one of the few cruise lines that has a permit to sail through Glacier Bay National Park. […]

Alaska Cruise Part Two: Juneau, Skagway, and the White Pass Railway

As noted in my previous blog post, our first two port stops in Alaska were Ketchikan and Juneau. That post concluded with the first half of our day in Juneau. Once we were done kayaking, we returned to the ship. I was pretty wet from all the water that had sprayed on us during our […]

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