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Sailing again our way to Cape Town

By: Jordi Plana Morales

26th March 2019 SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN. Still under the influence of the anti-clockwise light wind spinning around a centre of relative High Pressure System, we got a windless
start of the day. The few Staysails that were...

A day of motoring under light winds

By: Jordi Plana Morales

For about a week we have been making good progress under sail, but already yesterday the wind started to decrease, making for adding Studding sails to our rig. Under sail and later with the help of this extra...


By: Clair

Time As adults when do you ever give yourself time to: Dream, stare into space, read, record your thoughts and experiences,   talk nonsense (a lot), gaze at the endless sky and sea, be childlike   (even...

Wearing ship and start heading Southbound

By: Jordi Plana Morales

After yesterday’s colourful sunset, a full moon night followed, shining  over our heads while steering following the E-ly wind. So far we still  head on a Northerly direction keeping the wheel at 60º...

March 2019

A guide to being on lookout.

By: Robin

A ship's lookout is required by maritime law, not just for the simple amusement of the permanent crew as popularly thought. Lookout is performed with a buddy. The primary purpose as a lookout is to make sure your...