Micromegas is a 43′ french built, 1972 steel hulled ‘Etac’ sloop.  Alice and Vianca were backpacking together in Venezuela when they found Micromegas  sitting in a slip, unmaintained for several years. They spoke with the late owner’s son in France and with his blessing decided to go ahead and salvage the boat. They had to leave Venezuela right away and spent the next few years sailing, fixing and learning about their boat in the eastern Caribbean before beginning a huge refit in a shipyard in Cartagena Colombia. After surviving the heroic stint in the boatyard , these inspirational ladies have been cruising though Colombia, Panama, Belize, Cuba, Caribbean Mexico and Guatemala, where Micromegas has spent two summers.


Maddie is a 31-ft Grampian from the 60’s who has been sailing the Pacific Northwest the past few years and dreams of warmer waters. Herself and her skipper Angi,  love exploring alone but always love having crew and/or company as well. They will be based in Alaska for the next little whilmaddiee and always looking to make new friends.


Vahevala the second ladyboat Sihaya has owned, sailed, and lived-aboard in the San Francisco Bay area with her dog Hominy. Vahevala is a re20180518_231231al ocean-boat, she is a 30′ Rawson design sloop, built in 1964 she is beamy and strong with plenty of sail area.

Sihaya single-hands her and sails her with friends all over the bay. She also happily travels regularly away to work on different kinds of boats and sail with friends on their boats. If you are in the area Sihaya often needs help on her maintenance projects and would love a hand!

La Concha

La Concha is a 27′ 1974 van der statd design steel sloop. Over three years, Tifenn and her dog Imenn crossed the atlantic with a friend and then Cruised the Caribbean with a group of 5 ladyfriends. They spent time in Martenique, Venezuela and Colombia. Now Tifenn has been given a bigger boat La Nymphe and La Concha is in Chichime, San Blas, Panama, she is without a working motor and needs a lot of repairs. La Concha needs a new captiana and is awaiting her forever-ladyhome/ ladyboat captain. If anyone is interested Tifenn will give you the boat, but it need to moved and dealt with as soon as possible. If you decide you want to take on the la Concha project, there a re a number of ladyboats and steel boats  (including Tifenn) working on our projects nearby so you wont be alone!


After Crossing the Atlantic and cruising the Caribbean with her dog, her chicken, her duck, and her friends in the 27′ steel sloop La Concha, Tifenn was recently given the 1948 steel sloop Nymph by two Belgian guys who no longer had time for her.  Nymph has a huge beutiful running 1948 diesel engine and is in Linton Panama where she will be getting a new mainsail, a paint-job and a major refit after Tifenn returns from a quick Trip home to France to work.

Nymphe is a new story, & open for project ideas! Perhaps a circus boat?? Perhaps flotilla of ladyboats?


Rachel and her male partner Woody have lived aboard and traveled by sail since 2009.  Starting out on a wooden Dickerson ketch and a 26 foot Aleutka pocket cruiser before pooling their money to purchase their current boat, Mona.

Mona is a Westsail 32 kit, built in California from a bare hull over 7 years in the 1970’s and 1980’s.  “Mona” was the builder’s imaginary childhood friend.  Rachel and her partner bought Mona in Florida in 2012 and sailed her to Texas for a major DIY refit.  Since then, they’ve explored the Atlantic coast of the US from Texas to Maine.  They like to travel slow, sleep well, and spend plenty of time hiking, biking, and meeting locals ashore.  As of 2018, they are living aboard in Boston, MA, planning their next move.  They welcome visitors and can be found on Couchsurfing and WarmShowers.

Judy Ann’s Revenge

Judy Ann’s Revenge is an Albin Vega 27′ and the fourth boat Meghan has shared with her partner and dogs. For the next while Meghan will be cruising on JAR out of north Florida, single handing, playing music, exercising her sailing superpowers and sailing with friends until she decides whether to head for greener waters on Judy Ann’s Revenge or find JAR a new ladyhome.

North Wind

IMG_2643 (1)North Wind is a Trintella, a 29ft longkeeler with fibreglass hull and wooden bulkhead, built in 1974. Shelley bought her in The Netherlands in 2008 and started preparing the boat for ocean passages. In 2010 she set sail and spent 3 years cruising fulltime, crossing the Atlantic Ocean single-handedly and exploring the Caribbean islands.
In 2013 boat & skipper landed in Bonaire and decided to make this beautiful island their new (part-time) home. North Wind was left in Bonaire so Shelley could work in The Netherlands during the summer, escaping the cold & wet Dutch winters working remote from the boat in Bonaire.
After 5 years in Bonaire both the boat and her skipper grew restless: it was time to start sailing again! March 2018 they finally set sail to cross to the San Blas Islands. Panama is their new (part-time) home now, with lots of beautiful islands and jungle coasts to be explored during the next winters.



Caelum is a 36′ hutton steel sloop, built in 1979 Nanaimo British Columbia. He is Kate’s second bad-ass live-aboard Ladyboat. He is a high-latitude no-nonsense DIY adventure boat based in Haida Gwaii on the northwest coast of British Colombia. If anyone is in the area Kate would love to go sailing and fishing with you! She would also love help with rustbusting and interior design!



Drummer is a 38′ steel junk schooner designed by Tom E. Colvin and built in 1973. In 2007 we salvaged her from where she had been sitting in a boatyard in Florida for 18 years and it took nearly 3 years to get her back in the water. Drummer was, and still is, a lot of work- but lots (uncountable LOTS) of people have helped to fix her up and help her become what she is today.

After 11 years in the Caribbean (with summer breaks for her crew to work in Alaska) Drummer is ready to move on to deeper waters and a new rhythm. We are looking to meet up with Ladyboats and lady sailors who want to sail more and work less. And also ride bikes wherever possible.