Sailing in my Sarong Around the World

The Adventures of Linda and Captain Underpants!

Who: Linda and Bill Anderson. To buy our books 'Sailing in my Sarong' or 'Salvage in my Sarong' for $39.95 +postage, see Paypal/visa button below (or email us: valiam1@hotmail.com)
Port: Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia

Current Position - click on positions for log entr

Linda's books "Sailing in my Sarong" or "Salvage in my Sarong" are A$39.95 each + A$10 postage in Australia for up to 4 books. Other countries please email Linda : valiam1@hotmail.com
Number of copies of each book you would like
Salvage in my Sarong

Saris saris in Nadi Fiji

12 September 2018
One of the main reasons I wanted to spend a few days in Nadi after the yoga retreat in Muscat Cove was to buy saris. There is something magical, and just simply gorgeous about seeing a woman in a sari.

Wearing a sari makes me feel glamorous or just simply feminine. Everyone knows I'm a girlie sailor and a sari is just a longer version of a Sarong. Women around the world wear lengths of fabric in many different ways. In PNG it's called a lap lap. In French Polynesia pareo. In Tanzania a kanga. In other African and Asian countries as well as the Middle East lengths of gorgeous fabric is draped around a woman's body in so many different ways. But a sari often has the extra special bling, a pretty crop top and the shops are like a visual rainbow. The women in the shop took extra care to dress me and loved that I wear saris at home on special occasions. Can't wait for the next one.

Pirate Day Muscat Cove Regatta Fiji

11 September 2018
As part of a yoga and Gut Health retreat organised by my sailing friend Leanne Hembrow, I was invited to take part in Pirate Day sailing to Beachcomber Island on board Leanne and John’s catamaran ‘Songlines’.

I had put together a costume as a pirate wench from an op shop in Australia before I left. At first I felt silly boarding a yacht in fishnet stockings but was happy to see another 2 women also in fishnets! I could poke my toes through so quite ok getting around!

I am pictured with Tuyet above and a friend. Hers are the more elaborate stockings and we all joked about what sort of sun tan she might get.

Such a fun day for all on board. Beachcomber Island was full of people in amazing pirate costumes. As I got out of the dinghy I was dragged by the arm by a handsome savage in a grass skirt. ‘We have the one!’ He said. Playing along I said I was Princess Lily from another island. Next was a tunnel of ‘hot coals’ and a tot of rum as the initiation. The feast was impressive, the laughter and good spirits loud and hilarious. But I loved watching the dancers and enjoyed taking part in one next to another good looking fellow.

The trip home was motoring against the wind and tide which Captain John made as comfortable as possible for all on board. A terrific day.

#yoga4yachties

Salvage in my Sarong has just received another great review!

18 August 2018
After Sailing in My Sarong, following the peaks and troughs of Linda and Bill's 30-year dream of sailing around the world, we were looking forward to reading about their next adventure. It's unusual for sailors to down-size, it's unfathomable that seasoned boaters would purchase a boat that needs a lot of work (knowing how hard it is!), and it is completely bizarre to buy a boat un-seen from the OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD!

But is it unfathomable and bizarre or is it free-spirited and adventuresome?
Well, it couldn't be anything less for Linda and Bill (or should I say Captain Underpants!).
This story has spirit, adventure, escapade, and drama slathered all over it - and that's just the beginning.
Several metres shorter than their last boat they sail Lati from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean. From tipping dinghies to exploding gearboxes this stalwart couple surge forth through the internet, across the Atlantic to live their dream of Mediterranean cuisine and European chic.
They may have rescued Lati, but that little boat helped them fulfil a life-long dream. And in a Sarong at that!

Jackie and Noel Parry
Noel and Jackie’s Journeys

Call out for REVIEWS for Salvage in my Sarong!

07 August 2018
Thank you everyone who has supported us in buying my books and especially Salvage in my SarongThe Mediterranean Dream in a rescued boat
Lati's story is rather more unusual than my first book circumnavigating the world so sometimes I wonder if people read the back cover and think 'That guy is crazy!'. Women may not want their partners to do such a thing! But you know small boats have their advantages, especially in the Med.

Anyway if you enjoyed our story please email us a review! Salvage is about to go to print again and I will be selecting reviews to go into the back! Thank you so much for supporting an independent writer ! Hope to have a sundowner with you in harbour somewhere!
Cheers
Linda Frylink Anderson
Email : valiam1@hotmail.com

And if you haven't bought it yet you can put your order in below. There is a pay button down there somewhere!

Pic of me with Jules who bought both books recently
Vessel Name: Valiam
Vessel Make/Model: Valiam: Lidgard 45 (Single chine plywood) designed by Gary Lidgard. Built by Bill Anderson and Steve Thornalley. Lati: 31ft 1967 Kim Holman built in Barcelona. Original name Latigazo
Hailing Port: Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia
Crew: Linda and Bill Anderson. To buy our books 'Sailing in my Sarong' or 'Salvage in my Sarong' for $39.95 +postage, see Paypal/visa button below (or email us: valiam1@hotmail.com)
About:
Bill and Linda fufilled a 30 year dream to sail around the world. First they built a boat in a paddock in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, Qld, Australia in 1994 with the help of friend Steve. [...]
Extra:
CIRCUMNAVIGATION ON VALIAM: We left Mooloolaba on the 7th November 2007, sailed to Townsville, leaving Australian waters on 26th November 2007 for PNG, Palau, Philippines, Borneo, Malaysia,Singapore, Cocos Keeling islands. We crossed the Indian Ocean to Rodrigues, Mauritius,Reunion and South [...]
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Valiam 's Photos - Linda's Artwork for sale email valiam1@hotmail.com
Photos 1 to 120 of 120 | Valiam (more albums below) (Main)
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Lazy girl -pastel on paper 460X640
$200 unframed
Jack
Wild one - pastel on paper 640X460
 $200 unframed
Lou lou - pastel on paper 560X410
$200 unframed
Girl glancing down - pastel on paper 580X420 $200 unframed
Orange nude - pastel on paper 350X600
$320 framed in black
Girl on chair - pastel on paper $200 unframed 640X460
Girl leaning away from chair - pastel on paper $200 unframed 640X460
Red nude lying down - pastel on paper $200 unframed 640X460
Girl on chair in blue - pastel on paper $200 unframed 640X460
Reclining nude in blue and orange - pastel on paper $200 unframed 500X600
Lioness - acrylic and pastel on paper $200 unframed 500X600
Girl with robe - pastel on paper $200 unframed 500X600
A bloke with beard - pastel on paper $200 unframed 640X460
Flower girl - acrylic and pastel on paper $200 unframed 640X460
Megan - pastel on paper $200 unframed 510X400
Red relaxed nude - pastel on Paper $200 unframed 640X460
Just fatigued - pastel on paper $200 unframed 640X500
Redness pastel on paper $200 unframed 560X420
Loulou - pastel on paper $200 unframed
560X420
Cabernet - pastel on paper $150 unframed
400X300
Wild bottles - acrylic, ink and pastel on paper $175 unframed
Maternity			$275	pastel on paper		460X350		640X520frame
SOLD
Rosebed st Gallery Eudlo, Queensland
Meg			$425	pastel on paper		640X460		970X670Frame black
Rosebed st
Mermaid	matches Jasmine		$275	pastel on paper		360X320		550X450 white mount timber frame
Rosebed st
Jennifer			$425	pastel on paper		500X600		670X770 white mount black frame
Rosebed st
Kuna Yala			$500	acrylic,pastel,seaweed				
				on canvas paper		410X600		660X910 beige mount, timber frame
Rosebed st
Liz in blue			$450	pastel on paper		600X450		970X670 black frame
Rosebed st
Liz in Pink			$600	acrylic on canvas		920X610
Rosebed st
Lizs Blossoms donated to Sporting Dreams charity raffle. pastel on paper 600X450 black frame
Rosebed st
In the Dark			$225	pastel on paper		400x340		565x465 black frame
Rosebed st
Jack
Jasmine	matches Mermaid		$375	pastel on paper		400X510		510X610 cream distressed timber frame
Rosebed st
Deb in blue			$450	pastel on paper		600X450		970X670black mount/frame Rosebed st
Felicity			$425	pastel on paper		615X420		770X570 white mount black frame  Rosebed st
Flotsam and Jetsam			$425	ink, pastel on paper		430X530		540X640 white mount, white timber frame
Rosebed st
Girl in Blue Sarong 1		pair 1 $450	pastel on paper		550X400		830X680 white mount timber frame
Rosebed
Girl in Blue Sarong 2		pair 2	$450	pastel on paper		550X400		830X680 white mount timber frame
Rosebed st
Annika			$350	pastel on paper		530X400		710X560 white mount timber frame
Rosebed st
Buddha of Prosperity			$150	pastel on paper		240x310		490x390 pink mount/frame
Rosebed st
Deb in black - pastel on paper
400X550 unframed $200
SOLD
Colombian Grande Nude sculpture			$150	charcoal on paper		185X280		360X460 white mount timber frame
Rosebed st
Bolero - pastel on paper $225 270X400mm cream frame/silver
Mikes Sculpture SOLD
Deb			$450	pastel on paper		560X410		725X580 black and pink mount, black frame
Rosebed st
Noosa Headland			$550	pastel on paper		425X560		630X740 blue mount, white timber distressed frame
Rosebed st
Pandanus - pastel on paper $200 unframed
425X560
Jade			$450	pastel on paper		730X460		860X590 blue mount/black frame
Paradise beach $300 pastel on paper 420X560 white frame 2cm all round
Sunflowers - pastel on paper $200 unframed
530X400mm
SOLD
Pink Champagne flute			$500	acrylic,pastel, canvas		760X510		
Rosebed st
The Hat- pastel on paper $180 310X360
460X560 white mount/white frame
Bora Bora Anchorage			$425	ink,acrylic wash paper		400X575		615X900 white mount/frame
SOLD
Haleconias - pastel on paper $350 640X460 salmon mount/timber frame
Mirabella			$450	pastel on paper		580X420		830X680 olive green mount, timber frame
Rosebed st
Girl with Flower			$225	pastel on paper		295X400		510X615 white mount, timber frame
Rosebed st
Girl in sarong reclining - ink, pastel on paper $75 unframed 310X360


Girl in Green Sarong 		reclining 	$225	pastel on paper		270X400		430X530 beige mount, timber frame
Rosebed st
Man with long hair in pose - charcoal on paper $100 615X420 unframed
Room with a view - pastel on paper 270X400mm unframed $100
Balinese day bed - ink,pastel on paper $100
270X400 unframed
Nuku Hiva			$180	ink on paper		310x360		460x560
Rosebed st SOLD
Girl in Green Sarong 		pair 1	$225	pastel on paper		400X270		530X430 beige mount timber frame
Rosebed st
Balinese rooftops - ink on paper $100 270X400 unframed
Girl in Sarong			$275	ink on paper		410X245		560X460 white mount black frame
Rosebed st
La Balsa Pt Cartwright NFS
Sunset at sea - acrylic on paper $300 400X575 black frame
NFS
Cabernet - pastel on paper  $85
400X270 unframed
Wild garden still life- pastel,ink on paper                 $150
530X400 unframed
Balinese male - pastel on paper $200 640X480 unframed
Oriental rooftops with pink blossoms - pastel on paper                                  $200
425X560 unframed
NFS
Storm Approaching			$150	ink on paper		210X150		450X380 white mount timber frame
Valiam at anchor Suwarrow, Cook islands NFS
NFS Mother tropic bird
Mother Tropic Bird		pair 1	$60	ink on paper		140X180mm		270X320mm white mount black frame
Baby Tropic Bird		pair 2	$60	ink on paper		140X180mm		270X320mm white mount black frame
NFS
Slow Pace			$150	pastel on paper		260X340		350X430 white mount timber frame
Suwarrow			$350	ink,pastel on paper		295X400		510X615 white mount timber frame
Conch shell - blown every evening by one of the boys when Cook island flag is lowered. NFS
NFSHans
NFS Galapagos marine iguana
NFS
Galapagos Iguana			$225	charcoal on paper		300X400		460X560 white mount timber frame
Rosebed st
NFS
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Galapagos Iguanas			$120	ink on paper		210X250 (2 of)		340X680 white mount black frame
Rosebed st
with above framed together
NFS Kuna chief on mobile phone - Kaymau - Kuna yala NFS
Kaymau - Kuna Yala - charcoal on paper $100 400X530mm unframed
Canoes - Kaymau, Kuna Yala - ink pastel on paper                                      $150
400X530mm unframed
Lewis Mauritius Wood Sculpture			$450	ink on paper		590X420		835X680 white mount timber frame
NFS Gena
NFS Gena
NFS
NFS
NFS
Cocos - acrylic,pastel on paper           $250
380X570mm unframed
Sortilege			$425	acrylic, pastel n paper		380X570		550X800 cream mount, white timber frame
NFS Mt Kinabalu Borneo - pastel and ink
Mt Kinabalu - pastel and ink
Mt Kinabalu - pastel, charcoal
Rock islands Palau - pastel , ink
Rock islands Palau - ink, pastel       $100
410X245 unframed
NFS Children jumping off jetty Samarai island Papua New Guinea - ink.NFS
NFS Samarai island PNG - ink. NFS
NFS Samarai island PNG - ink. NFS
Caylan - ink. NFS
blue nude - pastel                       $200
530X400 unframed
Fiery nude - pastel, canvas    $300
530X530
Motherhood - pastel               $200
425X560 unframed
 
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The Adventures of Linda and Captain Underpants!

Who: Linda and Bill Anderson. To buy our books 'Sailing in my Sarong' or 'Salvage in my Sarong' for $39.95 +postage, see Paypal/visa button below (or email us: valiam1@hotmail.com)
Port: Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia

Current Position - click on positions for log entr

Linda's books "Sailing in my Sarong" or "Salvage in my Sarong" are A$39.95 each + A$10 postage in Australia for up to 4 books. Other countries please email Linda : valiam1@hotmail.com
Number of copies of each book you would like
Salvage in my Sarong
"You just sit on the boat, pull a few strings and you get there." Bill Anderson aka Captain Underpants