Where The Wynns Blow

We’ve been traveling full time since February 2011 and WOW, we’ve had some amazing adventures! From RV'ing across North America to sailing about the world, we hope you'll find a little inspiration for your next adventure! Move about the map, zoom into a destination, click on a pin and let the adventure begin…

Where We’ve Sailed          Where We’re Sailing to Next  

Anchorage or Marina

Off the cord and on the hook or dwelling at a dock, we’ll let you know which ones to seek out and those to avoid.

Sailing the world


Exploring the world like its 1492. We’re out to sail across oceans, weather storms and discover adventures we don’t yet know exist.

National Park or Monument

Mother Nature creates the best eye candy and we love everything outdoors. For us, not much beats a day (or 12) in a National Park or Monument.

Scuba/Free Diving

Diving deep into the ocean our world slows down into a dreamlike state.  We enter a universe filled with alien like creatures and vegetation that sways with the pulsing of the tide. This is the worlds most unexplored place.

The Adventures

Who doesn’t dream about an Indiana Jones adventure? Instead of just day dreaming about it, use our interactive map to find and plan your own Indie adventures.

Sips and Bites

Each place we visit our goal is to support the local community. We avoid chains and seek out places that the typical traveler might not have time to find on their own.

Tell us where to go next

If you know of a festival, event, island or town that is not to be missed, we want to hear it! Leave us a comment, tweetfacebook, instagram us, send an owl or use your Jedi mind tricks and let us know what you’re thinking. We read every message and almost never turn down an invitation to go on an adventure.

Like our nifty map?

We created it using Mapify Pro and Prettty Routes. It is paid software but incredibly easy to use and a super fun way to map out your travels. Want it for yourself? Use the discount code: mapwiththewynns for 15% off.


  • David

    August 24, 2017 Reply

    With Hurricane Harvey tearing things up, I hope you guys are safe. Have you made it to Panama or a safe spot?

    • Curious Minion

      August 25, 2017 Reply

      All safely tucked away in Bocas del Toro, Panama for about a month now.

      • Dennis

        August 26, 2017 Reply

        We always THINK we are watching real time, but this makes sense! GREAT!!!

      • David

        August 27, 2017 Reply

        That's good to hear. It's tearing things up here in Texas, but Dallas is calm and not even raining at the moment.


    August 14, 2017 Reply

    Hello Nikki and Jason,
    My husband and I have been binge watching your videos over the last few weeks. We are set to retire in 4 years, plan to buy a cat and sail off to discover the world.
    I find your adventures very interesting.....
    So after watching many videos....I can NOT remember which one I seen those blue chairs you have on your deck. I went through your gear section of the website....to no avail.....in one video you were sitting on them....they are flat with no legs but have arm rests and look super handy.
    I'd like to know where you picked those up....we currently have a 30 Alberg and I need that chair.
    When you have the time please let me know.
    In the meantime, please keep posting the videos, I like to live vicariously through the two of you.
    Cindy and Alex
    North Bay, Ontario, Canada

  • Gary Ritter

    August 4, 2017 Reply

    With latest tropical report out I pray your almost ,or are in Panama. Fair Winds and Following Seas.

  • Jody A. Blackwell

    July 24, 2017 Reply

    Costa Rica is waiting you will love it have been going there since 1998 a lot to see and do

  • Bill Sargent

    July 15, 2017 Reply

    How about listing some of you favorite Vegetarian recipes? I am an omnivore, but I am trying to eat more vegetarian dishes. Some of your dishes look and sounds good. To bad we don't have Smell-a-Vision yet. :-)

  • Craig

    June 25, 2017 Reply

    I would highly recommend stopping in Cuba on your next adventure. We were there in March and loved every second. The Cuban people are very gracious!

  • Paul D Spiller

    June 7, 2017 Reply

    I'm Paul I've sailed lake Michigan and BVI. This is what I want to do. In a few years. Only sailed a hobie 16 for cat sailing. My experience is monohulls. I saw your draft at 4' not sure of the physics of a mono. Yours is a blue water please advise. Sailing is my passion along with Tai -Chi. My first boat was named Passion. Let know some info so that I can see you out there. PaulyD

    • Curious Minion

      June 8, 2017 Reply

      There's stats and a tour of the boat here http://www.gonewiththewynns.com/curiosity-sailboat

  • Greg Simmons

    May 30, 2017 Reply

    You guy should consider spending some time in the Bocas del Toro area of Panama. I volunteer with the Floating Doctors down there almost yearly (they have year a year round program) and you will have an opportunity to not only get to highlight the program but you will be able to go deep into the Ngobe Indian communities and experience their culture and lifestyle that is scared to them, even from normal Panamanians. The organization does great work with providing socially responsible medical care and they take a panga boat to the communities and set up mobile clinics. Email myself for facebook photos on my adventures with them and here are some of their videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UK40956Oufk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXhutbsc-gg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-1vPwDH0SM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz3fXBs1uWM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFCbFMKk3GY

    BTW, I am also a sailor and could join you guys getting there and helping out as I'm an ED physician.

  • Jeremy Averett

    May 20, 2017 Reply

    You guys are awesome!

    I discovered you through youtube while planning a kayak paddle on the Portage Lake here in Alaska. I know of people with the Catamaran/Sail boat lifestyle, and it did somewhat interests me, but I'm a man of the mountains and air myself. But now, after watching your tour of the Curiosity and reading about you guys a bit the sea life definitely moved up a few notches!

    Great job. Way to go!

    Jeremy Averett

  • Alex Clark

    April 9, 2017 Reply

    Are you guys going to visit the Islands off the coast of Honduras? The Scuba Diving there is unbelievable.

  • Rob Maher

    April 3, 2017 Reply

    Regarding your problem with the chart plotter, I've had a similar problem and was reading the raymarine forum where many have noted that the connections on the back of the plotter get corroded. Cleaning seems to resolve many of the issues. I plan to do that wit some contact cleaner. Hope it helps us both!

  • Jm

    April 3, 2017 Reply

    One of the highlights of a trip we took there was making it down to Lighthouse Beach. Part of the fun on that day's Excursion was the Jeep ride down a very rutted road to get there. But we still thought that it was pretty stunning looking. presumably it is already on your itinerary. have been enjoying stalking your videos for the past 6 weeks or so. Thank you for sharing! Look forward to more. your videos are helping with the itch to return to Eleuthera. Luckily we will be going back in June and so looking forward to it. one of your pins shows that you made it to Spanish Wells, but I think It's mistakenly linked to something else. would love to read your narrative and or see video if you do make it to Spanish Wells. We are thinking of visiting while on Eleuthera in June.

  • Dale Gange

    March 12, 2017 Reply

    Hello Guys == great site. I have followed your escapades for a couple of years now, and we leave in June for our RV trip to Alaska. (it is a lot of diesel fuel from South Florida.) We will retrace a few of your steps. Now -- as you do not have firm plans for the future I suggest you read the site for "SV Soggy Paws". Dave and Sherry have been out for a few years now. Dave is a classmate of mine from the US Naval Academy, and I would classify them as expert sailors. At one time Dave told me he would never own a catamaran, but guess what, they now have one. As you do other things, I am sure you will do plenty of research. I think their site has not only a blog, but also some reference material. I am sure Dave and Sherry would be glad to answer questions --unfortunately replies often take a while, I live in South Florida and also boat so have been to many of the local Florida places both here and the keys that you visited. Again -- great site, and I wish you the best in your future adventures.

  • Johanna Roach

    March 9, 2017 Reply

    I am so happy you are enjoying the Bahamas! If by chance that you are planning to head as far south as Long Island Bahamas, (http://www.bahamas.com/islands/long) during the first week of April I would be happy to show you around my little piece of paradise, shop at a local farmers market and farms, chill with the locals and have you over for dinner. As an added bonus we have high speed and you can use our car to get around the island.

    All the best .


    • Nikki Wynn

      March 9, 2017 Reply

      Hello Johanna! We very well could be in Long Island at that time. We are planning our next couple of weeks out now. We would love to meet up and get the scoop from a local. Plus, those farms and markets sound like a dream! I will shoot you an email for sure and thanks for reaching out.

  • teresa king

    February 27, 2017 Reply

    Oh, yeah, and you can sail here even!

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