"The aspect of teaching sailing that I like best is being able to introduce students to a new outdoor activity. Seeing them actually ‘living the life’ is the best reward possible.” - Kim Walther, #ASAOutstandingInstructor at SailTime Northeast Florida.
Kim Walther started her sailing life as just a little bean and has continued throughout her entire life, so it’s no surprise that she has and still does make her living on the water, tacking and jibing nearly every day. She began as a toddler sailing the Bahamas with her parents and never stopped. She … Continue reading She’s a Lifer →
San Miguel Island, closed by the Navy in 2014, will be reopened to the public on May 17. The remote island—visited by fewer than 200 people per year when open to tourists—boasts beautiful views, scenic hikes and a huge sea lion rookery!