Stray Kitty Voyage
September 20, 2021 - Well its official! We just signed a contract for our new catamaran, a Max Cruise Marine 44SC. The build starts November 2021 and completes in October 2022. The boat is being build in Vietnam. For more information on the boat and building: https://maxcruisemarine.com/
Keep updated on the build on Instagram @sailingstraykitty
Welcome to the adventure and home of Stray Kitty!
With many friends asking to keep them up to date on our whereabouts, we have created this travelogue (otherwise it would all be a blur!) We hope you enjoy. Please keep in touch. If anyone would like to email us contact us at email@example.com.
Our cruise came to an end in 2012 after completing 21,692 nautical miles and visiting 36 countries.
1. Colin, the customs official checking us in to the country in Anantom, Vanuatu 2. . Stray Kitty, cruising in Fiji
3. Cruising kids making close friendship quickly and easily, Kingdom on Tonga
Sea cucumber farmer in Lifuka, Kingdom of Tonga
Kids visiting Stray Kitty in the San Blas Islands
1. Amazing diving in Vanuatu
2. Having a ton of fun with other cruisers in Fiji
3. Catching huge tuna in the ocean.
Going through the Panama Canal - Dec 31, 2009
Lonesome George, Giant tortoise in The Galapagos Islands
Stray Kitty Voyage 2008-2012
Hanoi, Vietnam - Where it is so busy, and so noisy you can't even think straight. (Feb 12 - 14, 2012)
Luang Probang, Laos - Waking up at 5:30 a.m. to participate in the alms giving ceremony to the monks. (Feb 7 - 12, 2012)
Mekong River - On the slow boat going down the Mekong River in Laos. (Feb 6, 2012)
Chiang Rai, Thailand - Visiting the unique white temple, Feb 5, 2012
Chiang Mai, Thailand-Learning all about the Asian Elephant, Elephant Nature Park - Feb 1, 2012
Chiang Mai, Thailand -- Learning to cook Thai food at Basils Cooking School, Jan 31, 2012
Karen Tribe, near Chang Mai, Thailand --a long neck woman making a scarf
"Living is learning and when kids are living fully and energetically and happily they are learning a lot, even if we don't always know what it is. " - John Holt