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02/06/2013

Quirine -

Na weken van voorbereidingen is het zover: we gaan! Het was niet echt een heel aangename reis over de Noordzee na vertrek op 2e pinksterdag na afloop van onze steigerborrel. Naast de schipper waren Jaap Meijer, PeterJan van Kekerix en Peter van Breda ingescheept. Er was geen wind en de "onderwater spinaker" bracht ons op weg, totdat er een windje kwam opzetten. Na de shippinglane werd dat gewoon een bft7 met de bijbehorende golven. Ramsgate to the rescue. De tocht daarna naar Eastbourne is soepeltjes gegaan, met buitengewoon veel humor en pret. De volgende dag stond er een tikje veel wind bij Beachy Head, en ZW bft7 liet zich weer zien in de buien, voldoende aanleiding om Brighton maar eens met een uitgebreid bezoekje te vereren en een dagje verwaaid in te lassen. Zaterdag 25 juni was. read more...


01/06/2013

Alice in Red - Day 17 Land ahoy!!!

At last! After 17 days of sea, sea and more sea, we can finally see the steep, volcanic mass that is Faial Island. Thankfully, the plume of smoke coming from the top is just cloud :) We still have 30 miles to go and alas, The ARC celebrations will be starting without us, but hopefully, with a wing and a prayer, we can jump in a taxi and join everyone at Capelinhos, on the West of the island... fingers, toes and everything else crossed.... read more...


01/06/2013

Ayama - good wind, 12 days and 3 hr watches

We have slowed down slightly but are still enjoying southerly 10 knts winds - Where is the Azores high hiding? Hopefully it's gone south...The rally "closes" today at 12:00. We will miss that deadline, however we feel pretty good about our progress considering that we lost six days due to the broken boom.On Ayama we are using 3 hour rolling watches. The schedule was designed by Sverker (who crewed with us to Bermuda). It takes into account that Anna does not do any night watches -she has day watches and meal duties instead. The rest of us have two watches in 24 hours, and every forth day we have three watches. It rotates so we have the same watches only twice in a row. Two common meals a day, Lunch at 12:00 and dinner at 19:00, breakfasts are individualWe have now 12 days at sea since we. read more...


01/06/2013

Webster - Log day 1: Away at last

After some 15 years or so in the planning here we are in Mayflower marina, Plymouth! Can't believe it really. Set off last Friday with Phil Greenwood, Phil and Chris Dowsett and Mark Emmerson bound for a world tour of Ramsgate. Wind and tide predominantly against but that's very normal for me, but we could have done without the incessant rain. Leaving Ramsgate bound for Cherbourg to sample the Fruit de mere and Chablis we had the most magical trip - sun, wind in the right direction (mostly) and the clearest night I can remember. The trip Cherbourg to Plymouth not suite so kind; what was a planned 116nm turned into 165nm with head wind the entire way so a bit of motor sailing required for sanity reasons. Arrived Wednesday morning in sunshine and its been lovely since. So, come tomorrow. read more...


31/05/2013

Arcarius of Plymouth - Log -2 day

Hi All,Another great day at Mayflower Marina with all the flags flying and lots of hustle & bustle .Last food shop now done extra fuel on board (not of lot of wind by the look of the latest weather forecast !!)Photo is of Derek sorting the bilges after I have not screwed down the cap on the spare diesel enough  Ah well these things happen lucky I have obliging crew !!!! cheers for now GaryDay -2 001. read more...


Arcarius of Plymouth - Log -2 day
Arcarius of Plymouth - Log -2 day
Easy Rider - Easy Rider the fishing boat!
Easy Rider - Easy Rider the fishing boat!
Easy Rider - Easy Rider the fishing boat!
Easy Rider - Easy Rider the fishing boat!
Easy Rider - Easy Rider the fishing boat!
Easy Rider - Easy Rider the fishing boat!
31/05/2013

Alice in Red - Day 16

The race is on to get to Horta before the party the night before the rest of the fleet leave. Being the smallest boat in the rally fleet, we are always going to be last, but it would be great to catch up with everyone else, however briefly. We are now around 160 miles to go and using all means - sails and engine to get the best speed! One advantage of the engine is hot water, so we are all getting clean!. read more...


31/05/2013

Ayama - 50 shades of grey..

Yesterday was grey, Dark grey ocean with patchy grey covered skies.Skies were sometimes interrupted by semi grey Cumulus Nimbus who released their compact grey rain over us and very dark grey gusts up to 28 knots. No sun, no moon and no starsNot many birds but our friendly dark gray spotted Dolphins paid us a visit to cheer us up.Anna brightened up the afternoon with a fresh baked spice cake! We left the oven on for a while to chase out the grey moisture.The crew is looking forward to the Azores with all its colors. We can already sense the green mountains and colorful flowers.We are doing fine, and sailing straight towards Horta -mostly around 7 knots in southerly winds (15-20 knts).This morning we got a glimpse of the sun, Hurray !ETA Monday around lunch time -maybe :). read more...


30/05/2013

Leviathan II - Log day 1 - Opening Day !

For the past week now the Mayflower Marina has slowly been filling up. With the opening of the ARC Portugal office this morning, we were greeted by the enthusiastic event staff, their smiles as bright as their yellow polos. You can really notice a change in atmosphere today amongst the boats, crews have been busy with rally introductions, inspections and final preparations. By the time the sun had started to set, the entire marina had been swept with a vast array of colorful festive flags, with each sailor a beaming excitement and an itchy eagerness to seeflags. read more...


Leviathan II - Log day 1 - Opening Day !
Leviathan II - Log day 1 - Opening Day !
30/05/2013

Arcarius of Plymouth - Day-3 -Last scrub off

Hi All,2 more days and counting !!!Just had a quick lift and scrub off Arcarius bottom now clean and ready for the off !! Must add at least 0.1 off a knot ! .Safety inspection went off with flying colours .didn't realise I was that good.all that prep paid off .Now cleaning the rest of the boat .I love my handheld Dyson best bit of equipment on the boat (am i sad or what ? )Cheers for now(a very excited ) GaryDay-3 002. read more...


Arcarius of Plymouth - Day-3 -Last scrub off
Arcarius of Plymouth - Day-3 -Last scrub off
Zingara - noch einer
Zingara - noch einer
Zingara - erstel Erfolg
Zingara - erstel Erfolg
30/05/2013

Zingara - Las Palmas hat uns wieder

So, liebe Freunde der "ZINGARA": die vorbereitenden Etappen haben wir erlebnisreichhinter uns gebracht.Hatten wir doch auf der gesamten Strecke der ARC 2011 keinen einzigen Fisch anlandenkönnen,so überraschte uns unser Angelexperte Berny in kurzer Folge gleich zwei malmit guter Beute.Natürlich wieder einmal zum Zeitpunkt der fast fertig gegrillten Bratwürste ratterte dieAngel am frühen Abenddes ersten Legs Richtung Porto Santo.Nach taktischen 15 Minuten hatten wir ihn, den ersten Fang , an Bord.Eine maßgeschneiderte Makrele für eine 4 - Personen Mahlzeit , und die fiel reichlich aus.Aber nicht genug :Das Leg Porto Santo nach Madeira brachte dann einen richtig großenErfolg.So hatte sich tatsächlich ein Tuna an unserem Köder verbissen und konnte nicht anders,er mußte sich seinem Schicksal. read more...


30/05/2013

Alice in Red - Day 15

Another better day and another hundred miles under our belt. Lively night with wind strengthening and then slacking and changing direction just to confuse things. We are now all starting to fantastise about what we would most like as our first meal in Horta - steak, chips and salad seems the favourite at the moment, plus of course that hard-earned beer.. read more...


30/05/2013

Edelweiss - Introducing Edelweiss!

Looking forward to launching our adventure in early July 2013 ... stay tuned. The Read FamilEdelweiss. read more...


Edelweiss - Introducing Edelweiss!
Edelweiss - Introducing Edelweiss!
30/05/2013

Ayama - Dolphins and rain and rain

Yesterday started out as one of our "normal days" good wind and speed, giant shear waters and some smaller black birds (not identified yet) flying around us. A fishing boat and a cargo ship, and Dolphins!We are making good progress towards Horta.We also managed to be in contact with Working on a Dream over the SSB. We can't reach the rst of the fleet.At 21:00 UTC it started to rain, interrupted by some squalls with more rain.During the night and in the morning we got more visits from the Dolphins, its a nice interruption to see these butiful animals. It is still raining and we are a bit wet..Hope the new weather report gives us good news,Cheers from Ayama-------------------------------------------------. read more...


29/05/2013

Alice in Red - Day 14 -still at sea!

Great to be picking up speed over last few days (400 miles to go), but disappointing to think even our best efforts, without the addition of wings or another 10 feet in length, probably won't get us to Horta in time for the gathering/prize-giving or the departure of the cruise - sniff! Was really looking forward to catching up with everyone.... read more...


29/05/2013

Ayama - Calmer seas and Swedish language lesson

The sea has calmed down and is less choppy. Winds are also down to 15 knts from the south, boat speed still very good at around 7-8 knots. The crew is getting some well deserved quality sleep. Spirits are high and yesterday Micke entertained us with nice songs from a ( Toddy Spex) play based on Vilhelm Mobergs epic "Utvandrarna" or the Emigrants in English.(Moberg is world famous in Sweden) Maybe Micke will have a short performance in Horta when we arrive? They song texts describe life on a ship in the Atlantic. The songs might not entirely reflect V Moberg intentions though...We get our weather forecasts via ARC over the SSB radio (kortvågsradio). They have been quite accurate so far.They typically finishes like this:SKIES CLOUDY. SCATTERED SHWRS/SQUALLS** WINDS AND SEAS HIGHER IN. read more...


28/05/2013

Alice in Red - Day 13

Wind has picked up a bit and we are making better speed. Dawn and Doug saw a whale, but Martin was snoozing at the time. Just over 500 miles to go, another landmark.. read more...


28/05/2013

Easy Rider - EASY RIDER...Captain's Log...Day 12

WE'VE ARRIVED IN HORTA!!!!!! We crossed the finishing line at 03.40 in FIRST PLACE, some 3 hours in front of the second placed boat.The last day at sea we had 20 kts of wind at a perfect wind angle & Easy just galloped along. When we received the fleet positions first thing in the morning, we discovered we were neck & neck with another yacht called Windwalker...we pushed Easy to the max, with constant trimming of the sails to gain maximum speed......our hard work payed off & Soy, I & the crew are absolutely delighted. I think it will take a little time for it to sink in. Crossing the atlantic is a great achievement, but to come in first.....just fantastic!!!!!! We will spend about 6 days here in Horta before setting off to visit three other islands in the. read more...


28/05/2013

Mad Fish - Final Bash

We are really getting a good bashing out here today. We are close hauled on port tack fully powered up with 20 knots over the deck under full sail. Every now and again we hit a wave that feels like we have driven into a volkswagon. Maybe we should ease off a bit but we are nearly there so instead we have chosen to floor it and hang on. The forecast says this should lighten which is good as we are not quite laying Horta on this tack which is a bit of a disaster. We plan to do the tacks in the lee of the island. Lets see what the weather brings.Really really looking forward for the boat to be still and upright. And some quality sleep. I think we have all had enough of this upwind stuff for a long time.95.7 miles to go... Taste the beer. Almost.--. read more...


28/05/2013

Ayama - The Force is with us -sometimes-

1.5 knots current and 22 knots wind from the southto is helping us speed along in 8-9 knots towards Horta! We have enjoyed gourmet food on Ayama thanks to Anna since we started.She will have a bigger challenge for the rest of the trip as both the fridge and the freezer are down due to a cock up.In short:The involved components are, a seacock, a bypass valve for the galley sink drain,a gray water tank installed below sea level and and its grey water pump. Add to that two refrigeration compressors with their associated electronics installed in close proximity to the bilge.When the aforementioned components during a short period weren't operated in absolute harmony several buckets of seawater entered the bilge. Our proud steel-lady, with the help of some gusty southern winds leaned over to. read more...


28/05/2013

Starblazer - Starblazer has started her adventure

First of all, introductions are in order.Starblazer is a 20 year old Hallberg Rassy 42F, owned by John and Joyce Easteal.We completed an Atlantic circuit in 2009/10 in our much loved Westerly Corsair. We enjoyed it so much we set out to buy a bigger boat within months of returning home.Now we have arrived in Plymouth for the start of a four year adventure.We left Hardway Sailing Club an hour later than planned, refuelled then passed through Portsmouth harbour entrance at 1330.We hadn't heard the gale warning...oops!We had intended to overnight in Yarmouth but that was where the wind was coming from so we diverted to Cowes.Folly Reach is well sheltered but shallow, we stuck in the mud or an hour...oops again!Saturday morning was lovely, sunny but chilly with a gentle wind.We ghosted. read more...


27/05/2013

Amelie d'Oslo - Land in sight!

Coco gros pomplemouse!   We are now approaching European territory, and the Azores is only a few nautical miles away. The crew is eager on lay their sloppy corps in the arms of mother earth again. Felling hear dusty and polluted skin, and being able to take a piss standing upright.  In this blog post we would like to give out some creed to people that has done an outstanding effort in making this leg as good as it could possibly be:  First of all to our self, because we now have 6 bottles of beer left this means that our beer planning could not have been better!  Second shout out goes once again to our self for holding this plastic Jacuzzi floating for 13 days.  And last but not least to King Neptune for not inviting us to dine with him this Sunday. Rumours. read more...


27/05/2013

Johanem - Johanem Blog 27th May

Well here we are, coming to the end of our last full day at sea... less than 130 miles to go as I type away at 9.30pm our time, so we are hoping to cross the finish line during daylight tomorrow (Tuesday). The fortunes in our arrival time sweepstake competition has swung enormously since it was established a week or so ago - the earliest times are already cast aside and it is currently looking like a run off for the honours between Gus (15.00 hours Tues) and Ian (18.00 hours Tues) . The prize is the first night's food and drink on shore at the expense of the rest of the crew, so it could be a prize worth winning.... !!Today has seen some excellent sailing - winds have been decent and from a favourable direction; vindicating skipper's strategy of keeping north at the expense of outright. read more...


27/05/2013

Mad Fish - Getting There.....

It is getting tiresome living at 20 degrees of heel. The simplest task is made so much harder. It is impossible to shower and using the heads is somewhat interesting at times. We made a reasonable run yesterday of 144 miles. It is great to be able to lay Horta on this tack and we are opting to try to stay about ten degrees high in case the breeze shifts back out of the east which I expect it will at some point.We have decided not to fish today. we have had our share of tuna and its time for a change. Must say that last nights tuna dish was particularly good though.Looks like a middle of the night finish for us in tuesday/wednesday. My eta bet of monday at 1800 is a little off the mark! Didnt count on these headwinds.Looking forward to a hot shower and a whole nights sleep. Oh and a beer. read more...


27/05/2013

Alice in Red - Day 12

We're all getting a bit frustrated after three days with wind on the nose and now very little wind at all, but what there is...on the nose! Have used the engine for a few hours with the calm sea to make some progress, but we haven't got enough fuel to last all the way to Horta. So we are paying homage to the wind gods and hoping for a change. Otherwise all fine and well on good ship Alice. Just over 600 miles to go.. read more...


27/05/2013

Ayama - We continue to enjoy good speed

Southerly wind 18-20 knots pushes forward, we have two reef in the main and fly the jib. It is a bit bouncy and we get a few showers.The Atlantic is surprisingly (to us) populated. We have seen eight whales, and "seen" the same amount of Tankers and Cargo ships. Of the ships we have only actually visually seen two, the rest show up on the AIS. 15-20 Dolphins made company with us yesterday for about 15 minutes , and we always have a coouple of Great Shearwater birds around us.Then , less amusing we also see garbage floating, Plastic containers, logs and remains of fishing nets.-------------------------------------------------. read more...


27/05/2013

Paraty - Tag 18 - Letzter Tag..bis Horta..

Nach 12 Tagen auf See, eigentlich 1-2 Tage also zwischendurch gehofft, planen wir den Landfall. Duschen, Essen und endlich wieder mit der Familie telefonieren/Skypen....Momentan gibt einen guten Wind, truebes Wetter, aber gute Stimmung an Bord. Wir freuen uns auf den festen Boden unter den Fuessen...  . read more...


26/05/2013

Johanem - Blog 26 May 2013

My Dear WifeI thought I would send you a quick email whilst the rest of the crew were up on deck to tell you the real truth about what has been going on, on Johanem !!Well the truth is that our skipper has been running a very tight ship. No alcohol has past our lips since the night before we left. Obviously we could not tell you any of this as skip reads all our blogs before we can send them !!All our meals have the main ingredient of cabbage which is all very well with noodles but with porridge, I ask you. Apparently its the best veg to have onboard the boat as I does not rot too quickly. The cabbage we had today was over 8 weeks old.....mmmmmm.The fishing is marvelous, we've caught so many fish we are selling them to any passing trawlers, who we hail, when the freezer is over. read more...


26/05/2013

Amelie d'Oslo - Plakk sakk in the Atlantic!

 Have to, reader! We are boarding your brain with more blog content straight from the sea world! We are maybe floating around out here on our last day before we again see this hard element called earth. Around the lunch table today we were discussing what land was, and we all shared our vague memories of what land is. The conclusion was that its not sea, and you it does not constantly move around, and there are other people walking upon it. Of course we had to make a bet about it, and half of the crew has now put all their saving on land being a huge pile of strawberry jelly, where there is beer floating around in canals. The other half is determined that land is a round, orange tennis court with Abba tracks playing every time you start walking. As you can understand the. read more...


26/05/2013

Alice in Red - Day 11 and still counting...

"You cannot direct the wind, but you can adjust your sails.." Oh yeah? I don't think so! (Dawn here) No amount of adjusting is getting us a lot nearer Horta, I think we're on spin cycle in a washing machine with no emergency 'off' switch. Funny moment: Martin (below, trying to use mail-a-sail) to Dawn (on deck, catching a few rays) " Hey! You're blocking my satellites!" :). read more...


26/05/2013

Mad Fish - Little by little

We make our miles anyway we can. I suspect from the tracker it is hard to see when we are motoring and when we are sailing.We did two motoring stints yesterday. The first was for 2 hours and the second was for 5 hours. We are making an effort to keep them low but we will not sit out here in no wind going nowhere! We have been tacking on 20 degree windshifts!Sailing along nicely right now doing 6 knots plus right at the Azores and it feels great. We don't have enough fuel to motor at this distance and during one of our motoring stints stopping at Flores was discussed but if this breeze holds for a couple of days we will be just fine.Lots of wildlife out here. Big turtles, dolphins, whales and another tuna on our line a minute ago.The kids are doing well. Sean taught them how to play poker. read more...


26/05/2013

Easy Rider - EASY RIDER...Captain's Log...Day 11

Yesterday the Atlantic was at it's most benign....we had light winds all day and sunshine. Another relaxing day sunbathing, reading & fishing.We caught no fish, but no matter as our freezer is full of tuna!! We were treated however, to many visits from local wild life. Yesterdays list of visitors included many dolphins, a group of 8 killer whales, a bottlenose whale two turtles & a lot of Portuguese man'o'war jelly fish. It wasn'ta day for stopping the boat & going for a swim!!! At 18.00 hours the wind finally backed to give us a perfect wind angle to sail straight towards Horta, our destination on island of Faial. With 8 to 10kts of wind, Easy moved serenely along at 7 kts on a sea so calm, when sitting in the saloon, it was hard to imagine we were. read more...


25/05/2013

Easy Rider - Easy Rider...Captain's Log...day 11

Yesterday was another unaventful & relaxing day. We sailed slowly all day ( av 5.5kts) with the help of an engine a lot of the time. We are now at the southern endof the Azores high pressure area with light easterly winds. The further we travel in an easterly direction towards the Azores, the wind should slowly change directionto come from the north or north east....hopefully!! Many pages of our books were read, our tans were topped up & we managed to get some good video of dolphins, swimming & jumping around the boat. No more fish were caught, but again last night we had the best tuna burgers ever. The buns were warmed & ready, Soy had mixed a wonderful sauce, the frying pan was glowing hot& then our freshly caught tuna steaks got 15 seconds on each. read more...


26/05/2013

La Capitana - And today we eat Tuna steak - Log #4

Fresh out of the sink this morning at 06:15 LT. The chief steward ordered a tuna and what la capitana says is of course what she gets. Ordered size was"for three". Crew Matt and tuna posing.JanP.S. Okay okay... you had your fun. In my previous log was "Dolphin willeven better after theWashoo?"2605_atlantic_5000. read more...


La Capitana - And today we eat Tuna steak - Log #4
La Capitana - And today we eat Tuna steak - Log #4
25/05/2013

Amelie d'Oslo - Shipboard Life on Amelie

We thought that this would be an appropriate time to pause, and reflect on daily life in the middle of the Atlantic on Amelie.When we say pause, we really do mean just that, as the wind has entirely 100% paused completely. When we turn the engine off, there is NO wind. Not even enough of a breath to turn the anemometor cups at the top of the mast. So, how does a typical day go on board Amelie?Well, it starts with when one of the on-watch crew wanders down below, and are accosted by a loud and slightly unsettling "Good morning" bellowed out in a friendly manner from one of Amelie's two aft cabins. Well, actually, to be a little more specific, its always the same cabin - which is the one that Per, who is Amelie's owner, currently inhabits. This cry is very quickly followed up by. read more...


25/05/2013

Johanem - Johanem Blog 25 May 2013

Well here we are in the Azores high and while the sailing remains frustrating, morale remains high. The crew have continued with PT during the day, mainly today focused on book reading - well the average age is 50+. It has been very hot, sunny and calm today and so visibility has been excellent. Our eagle eyed watch crew spotted an orange object some way off and we had (joking apart) been asked to continue lookout for anything to do with missing boats from a recent storm, so we investigated. It turned out to be a large marking buoy and was duly recorded in the log. We also saw in the distance some whale activity, but it seemed different from the norm. As we approached it turned out to be a group of whales maybe 5 or 6 including a younger one which was breeching for fun. It came close to. read more...


25/05/2013

Alice in Red - Day 10

A frustrating day. Every way we tried to make progress against the wind didn't really work and we are zig-zaging about to keep us roughly in the right direction, albeit slowly! Dawn cooked the last if the fresh food, we only have a couple of oranges and onions left otherwise it's tins and packets. One achievement is that we have now done more than 1,000 miles.. read more...


25/05/2013

Mad Fish - Windward Work

We managed 130 miles yesterday. However, as the Azores lie exactly to windward, only 85 miles came off our distance to go. This is over 90 miles less than our best runs. What is fustrating is we are almost within motoring distance. However, we motor at low revs to save fuel and at that low power we wont be able to make good speed into the 8 knots of true wind and the small chop it has generated so we cant motor if we wanted to! Still, not much we can do other than tack on the big shifts and look for where the new wind will come from.In the night we heard from our friends on a non ARC boat, Flying Circus. They left a day ahead of us and we crossed within a mile of them. Not bad when you take into account they have a First 40.7!Fishing rod has been out. Caught a big tuna yesterday but it. read more...


25/05/2013

Ayama - Wind and Current is with us!

Last night we averaged over 8 knots in southerly 18 knots wind, and the current is also going our way, We did close to 200 Nm last 24 hours.It is fantastic to speed over the ocean wiht the full moon shining on us. Let's hope that the wind continues to be nice to us. read more...


24/05/2013

Easy Rider - Easy Rider ... Chief Engineers Update... Day 10

Finally we have caught some fish! After dragging the lure all the way since BVI, and have lost 2 lures in the fight with fishes, we finally managed to get a nice 20 pound black finned tuna on board. What a beauty! Before we didn't even finish the gutting, we had company by loads of Saddleback Dolphins. In out eager to make a nice video of these dolphins we forgot all about the lure that was already in the water again. After half an hour we were back in the cockpit and the captain realized that something was on the lure, dragged in the surface, 50 yards behind us. One again we slowed down the boat, and pulled in another nice tuna. Exactly the same size as the first one. This one was already dead when we got it onboard. Drowned after being dragged after the cat with 8 knots. Since the. read more...


25/05/2013

Paraty - Tag 16 - endlich Sushi

Wir haben unseren ersten Fisch angelandet, einen Thunfisch. Gerade als die Crew angesichts des Engpasses an frischen Lebensmitteln anfaengt an Meuterei zu denken, fangen wir ein leckeres Abendessen. Heute gibt es Sushi, morgen schoene Thunfischsteaks. Die Stimmung ist praechtig, die Sonne scheint, aber der Wind kommt immer noch mit 7 – 8 Knoten aus Ost. Eigentlich gute Bedingunegn fuer Paraty, die bei leichten Winden sehr gut laeuft. Am Wind mit einem Kurs von 30 – 40 Grad kommen wir unserem Ziel, das genau im Osten liegt, jede Stunde aber nur ca. 3 Seemeilen naeher, trotz einer Bootsgeschwindigkeit von bis zu 6 Knoten. Trotzdem segeln wir und werden prompt von ein paar Yachten ueberholt, die genau gen Osten fahren, also unter Motor unterwegs sein muessen. Wir bekommen taeglich mehrfach. read more...



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