Have you ever seen a FOOD BOAT? Check out PIZZA PI, the hottest pizza joint in the Virgin Islands!
Not only is it a super cute floating home, but our friends Sasha and Tara have built this boat from the inside out to serve fresh, made-to-order NY-style pizza!
Click over to my article on Tiny House Blog to see all the photos and hear their story… click HERE.
Would you like to take a tour through the inside of a 35′ sailboat?
Take a peek at Vacilando, a cozy Cal 35, for an awesome video tour, photos and full specs featured in my latest post on Tiny House Blog!
Like what you see? This tiny floating home is FOR SALE!! Contact Melody and Chris for more info by emailing < crew(at)mondovacilando.com >
We’ve moved onto a boat, sailed away and we’re having the time of our lives. At first you thought we were crazy. Now you want to come visit us!
Before you book your plane ticket, there are a few things you should know…
Take a look at the list I published on Tiny House Blog: CLICK HERE
Are you up for an adventure? Be our guest!
After checking in to St. Vincent and the Grenadines sometime around mid September, we sailed around the North side of Mayreau and snapped a few photos of our friends Luis and Patty on the gorgeous Brett Ashley.
We laid our eyes on the famous Saltwhistle Bay for the very first time. It’s reportedly one of the most beautiful beaches around and commonly photographed for magazines.
Toward the back of the anchorage lay a narrow strip of beach separating us from the East side of the island. Palm trees and coconuts scattered the shoreline framing an incredible view against the turquoise waters.
Gunner and Betsy sniffed out their new paradise and did a few patrols on deck.
Luis and Patty were comfortably anchored before sunset when all of a sudden a charter boat full of French-speaking college aged guys decided they would anchor right in front of Brett Ashley. No care or concern was to be had by any of them and they let out a teeny bit of scope before their catamaran was practically on top of Brett Ashley. Eventually they pulled up and reset, but not much farther than they were to begin with. Craziness.
We saw half a dozen spotted eagle rays circling our boat all evening long! They were very interested in our BBQ scraps.
So far so good for our first experience in The Grenadines!
Next up, The Tobago Cays!
We are currently back in the BVI with several friends enjoying the New Year. Leave us a comment, we’d love to hear from you!
New on Tiny House Blog…
Ever wonder if entertaining in a tiny house is even possible? On Christmas Eve, we pushed the limits of our tiny floating home and hosted a lovely evening with 9 adults, 2 kids, and 2 large dogs. Check out my article over on Tiny House Blog for some helpful tips for entertaining in a tiny house.
<CLICK HERE> to read the post!
Leave a comment with your favorite tips for entertaining in a tiny space! We would love to hear from you…