Geezer Cruising (BR Podcast 21)

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Who says cruising is only for young retirees? Older folks -- geezers -- are out here too. How we make it work.
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Geezer Cruising (BR Podcast 21)

Even amongst retired cruisers, we’re a bit of a rarity. Dave is 78 — almost 79 — and we’re still actively cruising.

Over 1,100 miles in the Bahamas this past summer and getting ready to go from Florida to the US Virgin Islands (about 1200 miles, mostly island-hopping but with some open ocean passages as well).

Listen in to learn more about how we’re doing it and what we think are the keys to success.

Prefer to read? Check out Cruising at 75+.

Who says cruising is only for young retirees? Older folks -- geezers -- are out here too. Listen in for how we do it.

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3 Comments
  • Rick Garvin
    Posted at 02 December 2016 Reply

    Awesome title! But, some geezers are younger than others!

  • Claire
    Posted at 02 December 2016 Reply

    My husband (who turned 79 in Oct., 2016) and I (who turned 66 in Sept., 2016) just bought a Cruisers 405. She’s our tenth boat. My mantra is, “Don’t sit down, or you’re done!” We’ll be getting her down to Texas from Kentucky starting next Spring, and can’t wait to get started. Carolyn, you and Dave are an inspiration to us geezers out here!

  • Charlie Jones
    Posted at 06 December 2016 Reply

    I’ll be 76 in January, and took my 25 footer to Florida and back single hand in 2010. I have decided to route my jib halyard aft and add a down haul. Otherwise still good to go

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