There is nothing I like better than to help women have the same wonderful, grand, great experiences that I have been so lucky to have on my boat KANDARIK. Come and let's pretend we are in my cockpit and have me answer some of the questions you have been wondering about when it comes to life on a boat. You are not alone with your questions…Let’s talk women to women on how to make life easier and more enjoyable on the water. I would be so happy to help give advice and friendship and to guide you through what is on your mind. I am here to answer your questions and hopefully help you become even more excited about a wonderful life on the water.
Chicago was the town where Pam spent her youth sailing with her family and dreaming of a life filled with adventure aboard a boat. She met Andy Wall shortly after he rounded Cape Horn in a 30 foot timber sloop back in 1967. Their honeymoon was sailing across the Atlantic to Europe and return on this tiny wood sloop with no toilet, no engine, no electronics, and not even a radio, and a one burner kerosene stove, and she slept on the cabin sole. And yet she says it was the best time of her life!
Pam and her husband, Andy, later built their own Freya 39 sloop. After taking their two small children around the world for a seven year circumnavigation on their boat KANDARIK, Pam worked at the West Marine store in Fort Lauderdale for 20 years as Cruising Consultant and Outfitting Manager. KANDARIK is still out there sailing on Biscayne Bay with Pam and her son, Jamie.
Pam not only helps cruisers have the right equipment for blue water sailing, but she is also a source for information on the cruising lifestyle, routes and sailing information, and helping to encourage new cruisers. Her Web-Site: www.pamwall.com has a lot of useful cruising information that is always available. You can reach Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org for her personalized consulting.