"You have to work with the weather, the wind, the waves -- the boat is constantly moving."
The family's nomadic lifestyle has taken them across Europe, America, and now New Zealand, where they'll be performing over the next month.
And after that, who knows? The carefree couple tend to sail the high-seas in whichever direction they wish, surviving on around $800 a month.
"They're not living high on the hog, as they say, but they're loving what they're doing," Jones said.
"Their perspective on life is different from people working nine to five -- they don't know where they're going the next day and you've got to respect that."
And so, like the circus wagons of old, the family of acrobats will point their "small light" towards the horizon in search of the next high-flying adventure.