7 Days on a lean - Fiji to NZ by yacht

7 Days on a lean - Fiji to NZ by yacht

What matters only matters if you let it!

Watch you head and hold on! Don't complain, get comfortable with your own thoughts and days of seeing nothing but blue ocean. Know it'll take a few days of feeling odd at the beginning but then you will be fine. Feel the excitement of seeing a bird and take time to really appreciate what you see out there. Embrace night watch, keep your eyes open and don't fall asleep. Don't mind some salt water through your hair, clothes and bunk. Learn to enjoy the constant movement even while trying to sleep. Learn about yourself, reflect and be mindful. Seas the day!

Business Profiling

Christian Hunt is an expert in SOE and and during the build of his website www.bespokeseo.co.nz he decided that it would be beneficial to personalize his online presence by getting some head-shots done. The brief was to look friendly and approachable, and incorporate plenty of blue in the images. We went out around Mission bay on a very crisp winters morning with not a cloud in the sky and got to work.
Here are some of the results...


Creatively showcase who you are and personalize your business with some great imagery ...find out more... or contact Lissa to discuss your options.

A floating office

Its cosy in winter and cool in summer, it has a lovely indoor-outdoor flow with a fantastic backyard and....... it floats!!! 

My partner and I live on our yacht in Auckland, it serves us well as our home, my office and our holiday home. We have power and unlimited internet plus all the comforts of home but on a very little scale.

.......we can take our home and office away on holiday.......

Working on the yacht is very easy and comfortable. It has made my processing and editing time much more efficient. Instead of walking to another level to make a snack or cup of tea it's only 4 steps to the kitchen. It's a great space to work and I love the gentle swaying movements the boat makes when the wind picks up.

We moved onboard in October 2015 and now that we have experienced a Summer and Winter we are not planning on moving back on land anytime soon - even though I often take up most of the boat when preparing for shoots.