We’ve been silent for a while. Reason is heartbreaking…

What is the hardest part of cruiser’s life? We’ve been asked this question quite a lot. People think it’s hurricanes, pirates, sharks, living together in the small area, homeschooling… none of it. It is the saddest news from family back in Europe.

Recently, we lost our beloved Dad, Grandpa, Great Master of unusual jokes, fierce fighter for common sense, revolutionary mind, always questioning the stereotypes, free thinker, wild musician, scientific mountaineer, sailing philosopher, skier, tireless dancer, and my first favorite person in the whole wide world – the greatest inspiration to everything I love to do. He was also the first supporter and fan of our sailing adventure. We cry a lot these days. So hard to say goodbye.

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  1. Dear Kasia,

    Accept my sympathies for the loss of your beloved father. It’s hard not to be around when these things happen. During my sailing career it happend twice, so I uinderstand a little how you are all feeling. But fortunately he will always be in your mind and hart, and never been forgotten.
    Take care and stay save. Dolf

    1. thank you Dolf for your kind words! I am trying to figure out that new life of mine. Not easy, I have to say

  2. Hi Kasia Martin and Vincent,

    Our condolences with the loss of your father grandfather and inspirator.
    This wil be very difficult for you in your situation, but its part of live and I can imagine he must have been very proud on his traveling kids.
    So take your time and cherish the thought of your father.

    Take care and make him proud.

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