Adam Wible and Ian McHenry met at Princeton University 10 years before embarking on this sailing journey.  For more information on both of us, please refer to the list of websites below:

Adam Wible: Facebook | LinkedIn | FlickrGoogle ProfileCruiser’s Forum | West African Roadtrip | HomepageYouTube | Picasa Gravatar | Myspace Genome Biology (Princeton) | Comprehensive Travel Blog | Delicious | Twitter

Adam Wible graduated from Princeton University in 2005.  After graduating, Mr. Wible moved to New York to join the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked as a management consultant to clients in the Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Entertainment, and Non Profit.  Adam Wible left BCG in 2007 to join Francisco Partners (FP), a technology-focused private equity firm based in San Francisco.  In 2009, Mr. Wible moved to London with FP to focus on deals outside the United States. In his personal time, Adam enjoys international travel, having visited over 60 countries.  Most recently, Adam Wible spent one year as captain of a sailing yacht, completing a 5,000 nautical mile tour of Southeast Asia.


Ian McHenry: FacebookHomepageTwitterLinkedInMyspaceTravel BlogCruiser’s ForumGoogleGowallaAmazon.comPicasa | Mountain Project | Air Gadis LogBook | Princeton | Tumblr | Running | Sailing

Ian McHenry graduated from Princeton in ’05 with a degree in politics. While still at university, Ian McHenry managed marketing, sales, and delivery for major national newspapers, successfully increasing operating margins by over 5%. Ian McHenry also worked as a Trip Leader and Climbing Wall Staff for Princeton University Outdoor Action, and competed as a middle-distance runner for Princeton University Track and Field. After graduating, Ian McHenry joined investment banking firm Raymond James, and then transitioned to the west coast with Deutsche Bank in San Francisco. Ian McHenry joined management consulting firm Oliver Wyman in 2007, where his primary focus was commercial aviation. Most recently, Ian worked with One Acre Fund in Kenya – an agriculture-focused microfinance program recognized and funded in part by organizations such as the Skoll Foundation.

A keen traveler, Ian McHenry has skippered the S/V Air Gadis around much of Southeast Asia since his term with One Acre Fund ended in August 2010. Remaining a committed climber and surfer, Ian McHenry finds the time to pursue these interests while traversing the globe.