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Two Fish - Day Three - First discussion of Landfall
Two Fish - Day Three - First discussion of Landfall
11/01/2016

Widago - World ARC Started!

So I'm few days behind staying in touch, but I can get y'all a note from my doctor. FYI, if you ever plan on sailing around the world, I would suggest not getting the flu four days before departure. I'm not exactly sure how we got (almost) everything we needed done, but alas, now that I have gained consciousness from the purgatory of high fevers and body aches, it appears that we are somewhere in the middle of the Caribbean, 300 miles from Columbia.Of course, as expected, Ahab has been at the pinnacle of his game. While I was languishing between cold sweats and hot flashes, he managed the kids, got the boat prepped after being up on the hard, AND put on his party pants to meet-n-greet all the other boats in the fleet. Well done babe. I only had one job, and that was to provision. Since I. read more...


11/01/2016

Alcedo of Ryme - Log 3 Down Wind Dramas. 13.15.85N 66.04.34W

Monday 11 Jan 2016.  After petty much motoring all the first night, wehad enough wind at 07.00 yesterday morning to pole out the genoa and enjoy dramano. 1.  As we were unrolling the genoa with the sheet, i.e. now the guythrough the end of the pole, there was a big bang as the mast end of the poledetached itself from the mast but pulling out the screws holding the goose neckfitting to the plate on  the traveller.   We are not entirelysure why this happened, but the pole was promptly taken down and we went back toslow progress under mainsail alone, while we set up a different sort of fixingto the plate, involving a cargo strap and some dyneema.  This wassuccessful enough to carry the poled out genoa until the wind became veryvariable during the night with. read more...


11/01/2016

Chilli Bee - Bericht Tag 1- 3 Spinakersegeln

Seit 42 Stunden sind wir nun unter Spinaker unterwegs.Der Wind war am Anfang ganz schwach. Die gesamte Flotte ist uns in der ersten Nacht unter Motor davongefahren. Unser Kapitän blieb standhaft, wir segeln!Wir sind dann mit 2-3 Knoten durch die Nacht geschlichen, am Morgen legte der Wind auf 10 -12 Konten zu und seither gehts hurtig dahin. Wunderschönes Segeln gestern den ganzen Tag. Etmal leider nur 111 sm, aber keine Motorstunden. Um unseren geplanten Ankunftstermin 14.1.16 9.00 Uhr einzuhalten müssen wir noch ein bisschen zulegen.Zur Bereicherung unseres Speisenplans haben wir gestern Anglerglück gehabt. Einen Thunfisch ca. 3KG. Zu Mittag gabs Sushi.Grüsse vonMargit und derChilli Bee Crew. read more...


11/01/2016

Two Fish - day two

We are on the hamster wheel!   The hamster wheel is a Two Fish sailing term describing the phenomenon of the predicted days until arrival never changing.   For the last twelve hours, we have had four days to go.  No one is complaining and some secretly wish that this trip could last forever as the wind and waves have been kind.  We have both the chute and the screecher flying in 12-13 knots and are making 6 to 7 knots SOG.   The current is contributing one-half knot to our progress.Gail's banana bread's days are numbered.  Despite it having stayed in the oven 5 minutes too long, it is darn tasty.  Thanks for the recipe M/V Barefeet (formerly known as PDQ SV Barefeet).   Gail has started 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea; she is currently asking me odd. read more...


Two Fish - day two
Two Fish - day two
Two Fish - day two
Two Fish - day two
11/01/2016

Two Fish - Day one

At some point this post will be 12,500 nautical miles in our wake.  Right now we are close enough to St Lucia that VHF from the marina can still be heard.  We are cutting the tentacles to the familiar at a slow rate.  We set up for the pin end of the start line and crossed in 4th.  However committee end was hugely favored and we were rolled by a big chunk of the boats while we switched from the Genoa to the screecher.  Black fish got us back in the game and we passed a few boats.  But the horror show rally folks had put a turning mark in Castries bay.  Which had winds of 6 knots and upwind.   Screecher down and Genoa back up.  More boat lengths gone.   Fun rounding at the mark as we came in on starboard and Paw Paw ducked us.. read more...


Two Fish - Day one
Two Fish - Day one
11/01/2016

Luna Quest - Monday, 11th January, 2016

Noon Position: 24.51S 06.45EDaily run: 175 logged milesIn Darwin, Australia, we had at some inflated expense two new tow ropes made for the water-towed generator by Scott, the local rigger. They were not as long as the 30-metre one supplied by the manufacturer. The rigger said that the ropes were the same quality as the one we had. Yesterday, however, having deployed one of them before nightfall, we found that the quality was anything but the same. It would not have lasted the night, so in semi-darkness, we slowed the boat down by taking in sail before setting about hauling in the inferior new tow rope so that we would not lose the spinner at the end in case the new one broke.We had been clearly duped by Scott, but fury was no cure although a few words were sent to him via the Poseidon. read more...


11/01/2016

Starblazer - 11/01/2016-On our way to St Helena

Wednesday 6th was start day but we had urgent things to do before we left. Our top priority was to submit our tax returns as we will have no reliable internet before we reach Brazil in early February.We had both submitted our forms by 0200, a celebratory drink and a quick tidy up of the cockpit and we were in bed by 0300.The alarm was set for 0630 as we still had a lot of stowing away to do by the start time at 1100.We left the marina through the 1015 bridge opening and made our way towards the start.The second urgent task was to refuel so we crossed the start line under genoa alone, rolled it away and motored to the fuel dock. They only sell diesel but one of the chaps drove me to the nearby garage with the cans to buy 60 litres of petrol for the Honda generator.We finally crossed the. read more...


10/01/2016

Exody - Day 364- World ARC Anniversary

Yes it is a year to the day and over 19,000 incredible miles since we set off for Colombia from St Lucia on 10th January 2015! We are definitely on the home straight now back in the South Atlantic with our current course for St Helena also pointing almost directly to St Lucia only 4,600 miles away. Another good day's run of 185 miles in 20 knot winds and almost flat seas.Hugur has come back into range this evening six miles ahead - unusual to be so close to another rally boat after 800 miles and over four days.They invited us over for a movie night but we are not quite that close! Apart from that the ocean is empty - we have only seen four ships in as many days and no sea life other than flying fish and birds.Marian transformed the overripe bananas into banana bread, I got stuck into a. read more...


10/01/2016

Aliena - 10-01-2016 - POR FIN EN EL MAR

Ayer, sábado 9 de Enero a las 12.00h salimos de Rodney Bay en Santa Lucía y comenzamos la Vuelta al Mundo de Aliena.Nos hicieron dirigirnos hacia la capital, Castries, a una boya de desmarque, desde donde arrumbamos a Santa Marta (Colombia) a 800 nm de distancia. En plan regata, vamos. Salida bonita, lluviosapero con poco viento, que cayó aun mas al poco y nos obligo, despues de mucho sufrimiento de velas, a poner el motor hasta media noche en que pudimos volver a navegar a vela. Ahora vamos con el yankee atangonado, aunque seguimos con poco viento y a marcha lenta, hacemos 5.3 nudos que gracias a una corriente favorable se traduce en 6.1. Hoy solo hemos recorrido 130 nm, pero seguimos viendo a lo lejos velitas de los otros, que dan mucho consuelo en este mar tan grande y que de momento. read more...


10/01/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 1: Well, We Started and Heading West

Well, we started the World ARC Rally and are heading west. Had to motor last night as there was very little wind, but today we are sailing along at about 6.5 knots in the general direction that we're suppose to be going. All aboard got some rest and doing well.. read more...


10/01/2016

Allegro - DEZEMBRO 2015 E JANEIRO 2016 ATÉ DOMINGO, DIA 10

Faz hoje 1 ano que começou a Volta ao Mundo, a World ARC, em Saint Lucia!Estamos todos de parabéns!A estadia em Cape Town correu muito bem, primeiro com a visita da Ana, Miguel e os filhos. Um tempo para matar algumas saudades e ficar ainda com muitas mais.Depois o Natal, que começou com um almoço “em português”, a bordo, no dia 24, com o Rui, Anne Marie e a filha do Rui, Maria João, que veio passar o Natal com o pai. Trocámos presentes e almoçámos juntos.Depois, no dia 25, houve um almoço no pontão, para todas as tripulações que ficaram a bordo dos vários barcos. Éramos 22 adultos, e as 4 crianças da frota. Cada barco contribuiu com parte da refeição. A nós calharam-nos os acompanhamentos. Levámos ainda um bolo-rei que a Anne Marie trouxera de Portugal, e eu fiz um arroz doce, para que. read more...


10/01/2016

Starblazer - 10/01/2016- Four more weeks in Cape Town part 2

Cruising is not just an extended holiday, it has been described as boat maintenance in exotic locations.The boat is our home and, just like at home, repairs become necessary, however there is a difference.At home you know exactly where you can source parts, you have good internet, a reliable postal or delivery service and an address!These factors were all absent in Cape Town though the 3G data cards for the i-pads did provide some internet. It was limited, however, and I couldn’t download many apps to my new i-pad. This blog will detail the work we or others undertook, or didn’t.During week 2 we made progress.Ullman Sails sent someone along to sew new tapes on the intermediate studs between the batten cars which slot into cars on the mast track.One of these studs had torn off before we. read more...


10/01/2016

Luna Quest - Sunday, 10th January, 2016

Noon Position: 26.25S 08.55EDaily run: 186 logged milesToday marks the anniversary of our start of the World Arc in St Lucia. It seems incredible that we have spent almost an entire year on Luna Quest. Distances at sea no longer seem forbidding: 1600 miles to St Helena will have been covered by the end of the week. Then it is just a 72-hour stop-over before we commence the 2000 miles to Salvador in Brazil. There is no airport in St Helena and no marina. It just marks a convenient stop on the way to Brazil.Although the principle of a water-towed generator is very good, the negative side is that the spinner at the end of the 30-mtrrope does not always stay below the surface of the water. When it jumps out from the rear of a passing wave, it spins furiously in reverse because of the twist. read more...


09/01/2016

Exody - Day 363 : Normal trade wind service resumed!

After nearly three days running before a near gale with gale force gusts (25 - 35 knots), this morning (Saturday 9th) brought much more relaxed 20 knot winds and associated quieter seas. Just as the trade winds should be - with clear blue cloudless skies to boot!This South Atlantic crossing is billed as the one with the most reliably consistent trade winds so we hope these more pleasant conditions will now continue to St Helena, 1100 miles away and on to Salvador.Even after shaking out two of the three reefs, we are still making over 7 knots. The day's run to 11.00 this morning was 174 miles and by lunchtime we had passed the third way mark.Three days in and we have finally lost Hugur from sight ahead of us - so we'll have the ocean to ourselves we reckon for the next week! That is. read more...


09/01/2016

Log Day 0: Happy Birthday Captain Roy

Happy Birthday Captain Roy. What a day to remember as we head for the start line in a few minutes. Fair winds and following seas to all the World ARC Rally sailors. Very emotional moment for us. 20160109_091639_1. read more...


Log Day 0: Happy Birthday Captain Roy
Log Day 0: Happy Birthday Captain Roy
09/01/2016

Starblazer - 09/01/2016 – Four more weeks in Cape Town part 1

In total we spent 5 weeks in Cape Town, arriving in the early afternoon of Wednesday 2/12/15 and leaving on Wednesday 6/01/2016in the late morning.I was horrified to discover that my last blog was written on 10/12/15, all I can offer is my usual excuse: Life got in the way.This blog will appear in two parts, the fun bits followed by the work bits.John says that I have to get the good stuff in first!Following the group visit to AYAMA Slent Farms Winery I am happy to announce that all the boxes of wine made it safely back to the boats, being ferried by several dinghies from the tripper boat pontoon to the yachts.We became a point of interest for the trippers as we carried box after box down from the car park to the pontoon, stacked them according to boat name, loaded them into dinghies. read more...


09/01/2016

Aretha - Easy gentle downwind sailing they said. 30 25 South, 14 24 East

Easy sailing they said.   Currently in very rough seas with 40 knots of wind. It’s wet, wild and windy.   The gentle start has given way to some of the toughest sailing we’ve had yet. We have 3 reefs in the main and a tiny hanky of a genoa - enough to be surging at 15 knots down the huge surf that breaks behind us and then accelerates usdown the front of the waves before were stop at the bottom and wind up for the next one.   Glad we put in an extra reef whilst it was still light last night - with 2 reefs we’d been regularly hitting 15-16 knots and it felt just a little too racy. Reefing and leaving the safety of the cockpit in these seas is no joke - clippedon and full care taken. A relief to be back inside after the reef went in.   Seasick still taking its toll -. read more...


09/01/2016

Luna Quest - Saturday, 9th January, 2016

Noon Position:Daily run:The wild sea conditions proved too much for the Hydrovane. Cross seas would push Luna Quest’s stern by 40 to 60 degrees threatening the rig and sails by sudden jibing. The sea was more white than blue with long streaks of foam being bounced around in the frantic conditions. Despite being reefed down to the bare minimum and running almost dead down wind, enormous steep seas attacked Luna Quest on the quarter, one after the other with one such sea breaking on the point where it overtook the boat. The breaking crest swamped the cockpit and cascaded down the companionway soaking everything on its way and reaching the chart table. As soon as the water had drained from the cockpit, I jumped to the pump and cleared the bilge in 60 strokes. Not long after that a second. read more...


09/01/2016

Log Day - Minus 1: We're Ready!

Less than 24 hours to go and today was busier than we had planned for. Enjoyed phones calls and messages from family and friends, received visits from cruising friends who have come to St Lucia to see us off tomorrow, attended a talk on Safety at Sea, received the Skippers Briefing, cleared out, completed all the items on our Pre-Sail Checklist including preparing the saloon bed, finished off Roy's birthday cake, made some fresh yogurt and enjoyed the World ARC Farewell function. I think it's fair to say we're ready! 20160108_172231_1. read more...


Log Day - Minus 1: We're Ready!
Log Day - Minus 1: We're Ready!
08/01/2016

Noch 1 Tag bis zum Start

Hallo, jetzt geht es auf um die Welt. Die Stimmung im Hafen ist super. Es werden die letzten Arbeiten ausgeführt. Heute bunkern wir die letzten frischen Sachen wie Obst und Gemüse. Vorgestern waren wir auf Martinique und gestern zurück. Konnten das Boot gut testen. Alles bisher perfekt. Die Aufregung steigt.Heute ist Skipper Briefing. Da bekommen wir alle wichtigen Informationen bezüglich der ersten Route nach Santa Marta.... read more...


08/01/2016

Exody - Day 362 - It's cool when the keel hums

.... surfing down a wave at over 10 knots!Not sure if it is the horizontal aerofoil shape of Exody's two metre span wing keel.Whatever, the regular wave surfing contributed to an exhilarating best equal (with ourselves) day's run at 11am today, Thursday 8th, of 192 miles, an average of 8 knots- not quite achieving the magical 200 a day! The seas have quietened a little but we are still keeping watch either in waterproofs or down below and its fairly rolly.Waves come over the deck and very occasionally into the cockpit but all is dry in the cabins.Winds are still 25 knots plus and we are now under triple reefed main wing on wing with a single reefed poled out genny.Sailing at fifth in the fleet still in close company with Hugur, just in sight four miles ahead, with another clutch of the. read more...


08/01/2016

Luna Quest - Friday, 8th January, 2016

Noon Position: 30.04S 13.32E Daily run: 188 logged milesThe birds we so enjoyed watching yesterday have gone, save for the occasional booby. Perhaps the Benguela current is no longer so full of nutrition further north, but the gale and the mountainous seas are still with us. One particularly large one astern rose higher and higher at an alarming rate and was clearly bent on swamping Luna Quest. Its height was nearly mast high and as the translucent top was preparing its crest to crash on to Luna Quest’s quarter, our little vessel started to lift its stern to the oncoming avalanche, but the wave was too steep and had timed its crash perfectly. When its crest toppled, the momentum of the wave’s speed slewed the stern by 90 degrees and submerged it in a white sea of bubbles. Miraculously,. read more...


08/01/2016

Log Day - Minus 2: Surprises, SSB. Saxophone and Sextant

Busy, busy, busy - Enjoyed surprise visits from various cruising friends who have come to see us off. Had our SSB/HF radio checked and we're happy to report that it works - Well done Captain Roy for your expertise in installing it. We also completed our fresh produce provisioning and Elaine joined fellow sailors for a sextant lesson before topping off her day with a rehearsal of "Happy Birthday" on her saxophone and baking Roy's birthday cake in preparation for Saturday. Looking forward to a good night sleep!FB_IMG_1452222839795. read more...


Log Day - Minus 2: Surprises, SSB. Saxophone and Sextant
Log Day - Minus 2: Surprises, SSB. Saxophone and Sextant
07/01/2016

Log 1. Rodney Bay, St Lucia. 14.04.44N 60.57.02W

It was a great family Christmas followed by frantic preparations forleaving the house for 8 months for our greatest sea adventure to date, includinga last minute panic due to the unavailability of the Scopolamine patches. After both the Skipper’s and the Skipper’s wife’s GP surgeries finally admittedtheir wholesalers did not have any in stock and that there was a manufacturingproblem, plus a false start with Lloyds pharmacy internet who promised todeliver on receipt of a prescription and then failed, the Ship’s Boy, Venetia,found a supply and ordered them, no prescription needed, for delivery to WestonSuper Mare for transport with Anthony on the 7th Jan.  Phew, we did notwant to embark on our longest sea voyages without the patches which havetransformed life at sea for both the. read more...


07/01/2016

Exody - Days 360-361 : Fast start to St Helena

The 'enhanced' south easterly trade winds, as they are delicately described in forecast, arrived on cue at about three in the morning, requiring two reefs to be taken in the pitch dark before Exody settled down again to a steady speed and course. Our first 24 hour run from the Leg 15 start yesterday Wednesday 6th at 11.00 was 174 miles - a creditable 7.25 knots.We are now 130 miles off South Africa and have just over 1500 miles to run to St Helena.The conditions are fairly robust, gusting well over 30 knots from behind and with more forecast, but Exody is taking it all in her stride. Today we have sunshine and clear blue skies so the the whitecaps all around are bright against the deep blue sea.Hugur is sailing in parallel just 3 miles away with Allegro and Ayama within 10 miles.For the. read more...


07/01/2016

Luna Quest - Thursday, Jan. 7th, 2016

Noon Position: 31.56S 16.01EDaily run: 189 logged milesDestination:Salvador de Bahia (Brazil) via St HelenaIt is a month ago that I posted my last blog entry, but we are now back at sea having left Cape Town yesterday at 11am in gentle westerly breezes. Not that we have been idle. I had three re-absorbing impacted wisdom teeth taken out under a general anaesthetic by an excellent South African maxilla-facial surgeon while having Luna Quest professionally delivered from Richards Bay to Cape Town. We rented a flat in the centre of the City to help me convalesceand using that time to rest my right-arm tennis elbow. We visited Table Mountain, Robben Island, toured Cape Town, took the Blue Train to Pretoria and the Rovos Rail back to CapeTown, then flew home for Christmas and the New Year to. read more...


07/01/2016

Log Day - Minus 4: Numb Bums

Been a very busy day at the Palm Haven Hotel attending the Rally and Route Briefing, Weather Briefing and Downwind Sailing Seminar, topped of with the Rally Photograph and the Rodney Bay Marina Managers Welcome Party, where we enjoyed a fun evening chatting to more of the rally sailor's whom we didn't get an opportunity to meet on Monday. We also managed to get Paw Paw dressed, so she's looking bonafide!20160106_082349_1. read more...


Log Day - Minus 4: Numb Bums
Log Day - Minus 4: Numb Bums
05/01/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day - Minus 4: Excitement is Mounting

Well, we're certainly not going to starve - Provisioning for frozen items completed and the freezer is bulging. Christmas decorations packed away - The next time we pull them out of the port forward bunk we'll have crossed the Pacific Ocean and plan to be in New Zealand for the Southern Hemisphere's cyclone season - eeeek!!!. read more...


05/01/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day - Minus 5: Meeting the Other Sailors

Laundry done. Propane tanks filled. Pre-cooked meals started. Our whereispawpaw.com website and gallery updated. WARC Welcome Party in full swing and we were featured in the WARC 2016 news article - https://www.worldcruising.com/world_arc/newsarticle.aspx?page=S635874957978199188&ArchiveID=1&CategoryID=190&ItemID=244823&src= IMG_20160104_210648. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day - Minus 5: Meeting the Other Sailors
Paw Paw - Log Day - Minus 5: Meeting the Other Sailors
04/01/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day-6: Registration and Inspection

Out celebrating - We're registered and the first yacht to pass the inspection - Even got a comment: "Wow, this is an organized yacht" when I pulled out our inventory in order to point Roy in the right direction to find our emergency antenna which we'd purchased and packed away 18 months ago.DSC_0066. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day-6: Registration and Inspection
Paw Paw - Log Day-6: Registration and Inspection
04/01/2016

Widago - Home for the Holidays!

After a challenging Atlantic crossing with ARC+, WIDAGO and her crew were ready to get stateside to see family, friends, doggies, and high-speed internet. Seriously, anyone who says, "If so-and-so gets elected, I'm leaving the the USA and moving....", well they are, in my humble opinion, idiots. Even though I loved all the fantastic places we have traveled to in the past year, nothing beats home. Home is where is the heart is. Home is where your mom is. Period.We spent a few weeks in south Florida visiting all our favorite preventative health physicians. Everyone made honor marks...except Ahab. He managed to get a cavity whilst underway. Gotta start hiding those mini-Mars bars, and stock up on more fluoride mouthwash.After the dentist, we obviously hit Shake Shack, followed bouts of GI. read more...


Widago - Home for the Holidays!
Widago - Home for the Holidays!
20/12/2015

Starblazer - Hello from Cape Town

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Starblazer - Hello from Cape Town
Starblazer - Hello from Cape Town
18/12/2015

Y2K - Wish Good Luck

This is what we usually do after every good catch to wish us good luck for the next one ! MaxIMG_20151202_114735. read more...


Y2K - Wish Good Luck
Y2K - Wish Good Luck
14/12/2015

Aliena - Lunes 14-12-2015

12º día de navegación desde Mindelo. En mi segunda guardia de esta noche, que en realidad es de 06h a 08h me he convencido de que Neptuno duerme por las noches y por eso el mar está mas tranquilo y a la salida del sol se despierta y por eso empieza de nuevo a agitarse el mar. Como viejo gruñon que debe ser se despierta a media noche para hacer pipí o tomar alguna medicina y por eso de repente hay unas olas incomprensibles. Noche tranquila salvo un incidente con un mercante indio que se nos paró delante y Miguel tuvo que darle unos gritos por la radio, Hoy tenemos poco viento y regular mar aunque mucho menos que dias atrás. Hemos pescado un dorado del que ya hemos dado buena cuenta. Estamos ya muy cerca de Saint Lucia, a 55 millas, en realidad enfrentados al Sur de Martinica y nuestro. read more...


14/12/2015

TWIXX - in St Lucia!

Missie volbracht!Iedereen heel, boot heel en op de wind helemaalnaar de Caribbean gezeild. Trots en in jubelstemming, een heerlijk gevoel. Dat hebben we toch maar even gedaan. Het binnenvaren van de Marina was al fantastisch. Op de Lazy Linda werd spontaan muziek gemaakt en iedereen roept naar en feliciteert ons. Op de kade staan ze klaar van de ARC om ons aan te pakken. Maar dat is nog niet alles! Terwijl we de boot nog aan t vastknopen zijn komt er al iemand met een dienblad met rumpunch en een schaal met vers fruit. (En een fles rum tussen de bananen;))GEWELDIG! Rumpunch om 9 uur 's ochtends smaakt heerlijk na de overtocht;)Hier kunnen we wel aan wennen..... read more...


TWIXX - missie volbracht!!!
TWIXX -  missie volbracht!!!
14/12/2015

Sunrise - daily Blog

Sunrise 13.12.2015Tag 20 +FazitVorbei!18 Tage, 10 Stunden, 4 Minuten, 9 Sekunden.Was bleibt?Ein großes Erlebnis, ein wenig Abenteuer. Neue Erfahrungen mit sich selbst und anderen. Drei Wochen miteinanderklarkommen. Die Unmöglichkeit des Ausweichens, war die größte Herausforderung und das größte Risiko. Diese zwischenmenschlich fundamentale Seite hat unter den 6 Crew Mitgliedern mit Leichtigkeit und Gelassenheit funktioniert, die so nicht zu erwarten war. Trotz aller Schwierigkeiten während der Fahrt kam es nie zu einer Belastung dieses Verhältnisses. Alle Crew Mitgliedersind kommunikationsstarke Männer mit hoher Dialoglust und lebensbejahender Grundeinstellung. Sicher eine zufällige Konstellation. Aber es galt sie zu erkennen, sie zu pflegen und festzuhalten.Warum der Atlantik?Was treibt. read more...