Sao Jorge - Day 8 - There is good banter and music
Blog ARC Day 8Today, Sunday November 27th, as we are writing this, it is already day 8 at sea (and Mal´s birthday wohoo). The time has flown by with the waves and winds constantly keeping our minds and bodies occupied, whether it is balancing a coffee cup in the saloon or steering the boat behind the helm. But let’s start from the beginning.Last Sunday, November 20th, we removed the lines from peer S17 and left the marina with many people waving us goodbye. Our experienced skipper, Tony, brought us right on time to the starting line and we crossed first in our division. The sea gave us a thorough welcome with 3-4 meter waves and good winds. That meant that, unfortunately, Sara got very sea sick. The rest of the crew was mostly fine but preparing food in the saloon needed a rotating. read more...
Sao Jorge - A quick update
All is fine onboard the boat and everybody is happy. The crew is settling in as we are heading south to pick up the trade winds. At the moment we are getting familiarized with the asymmetrical spinnaker during the daytime before sailing with it at night time. The crew on Sao Jorge. read more...