This Woman Sailing Around The World Is Looking For A Travel Partner (Photos)
About 10 years ago, Liz Clark ditched her day job as a bartender and made her dreams of living life on the high seas come true.
Clark set sail in 2005 after her retired professor, Dr. Arent H. Schuyler, gave her a Cal 40 sailboat and encouraged her to pursue her passion of traveling the world.
However, there was one simple condition: Clark had to share her amazing experiences by documenting her adventures along with way.
I knew this trip would be everything I loved in one -- a simple, eco-friendly lifestyle close to nature, searching for remote uncrowded waves, learning from other cultures, challenging myself physically and mentally, and going on an open-ended adventure.
It took Clark three years to prep for her ocean endeavors and learn the ropes of sailing, but it was well worth the wait.
However, life on the open seas can get pretty lonely, so now Clark is looking for the perfect sailing partner to join her voyage around the world.
Take a look at the pictures below to photos from Clark's epic sailing adventures.