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It’s been a great chance for me to sail with my friends whom I had sailed alongside for some month before, but now on their boat Tore a (Beneteau Oceanis 43). First I joined them across the Bay of Biscay from Falmouth to A Coruna as, my little Fantasia been sitting on the hard in Plymouth waiting to be fixed…Continue reading Atlantic Crossing and crewing on Tore 2019
Juniper. Impressive like no other boat I have seen or sailed on. She looks light and elegant but when facing her from the front she looks sturdy like a bull racing towards you. She is puristic but very functional. She is old some 40 years but by the look she’s been as fine as if relatively new. She has stories…Continue reading Juniper! Sailing on Trimaran Juniper 2019
There had been only little time to rest and clean up the boat before my friends arrived. It had been a happy reunion – as I had not seen them for long and they not jet seen my little boat. Leaving Milford Haven, I thought it might get a bit windy. While sailing out of the long sound the waves…Continue reading UK to Ireland and the Bay of Biscay 2019
Dunkerque been my last port before crossing the English channel. We (the other boat form Norderney, which by now had three crew and me with my boat) been uncertain about the weather and how it would be “everyone” says OH! The English Channel its one of the busiest shipping lines of the world (I really wonder how many busiest shipping…Continue reading 2019 Summer UK South Coast
Bye bye Cuxhaven! Yeahii! Finally I am sailing again. And for the first time just on my own – single handed. I been nervous and uncertain for a few days to just go by myself! There been still looots of things not finished and getting everything tied up took me too long. I been late for the bridge and hurried…Continue reading 2019 Summer Germany & Netherlands
I thought it would be quick to just fix up the important things and sail on very early in spring. I been hearing and reading that people take years to fix up their vessel before cruising the world. I had to learn myself how much work it is. After I started to take my boat a part and look in…Continue reading 2019 Winter & Spring fixing here up in Cuxhaven
It felt very sudden when hopped out the train in Neustadt in Holstein, Germany and longboarded to the marina to really buy my first sail boat. I had worked up to this point, saving money, reading about sailing and trying to get on to the water – which only happened a few evenings to sails on Zürich lake and a…Continue reading 2018 Winter Neustadt in Holstein to Cuxhaven Germany