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March 2022
March 2022

Tristan Da Cunha

By: Jordi Plana Morales

Summer day sailing by the remotest inhabited island on the planet. 1750nm from South Africa, 2088nm from South America. A steep piece of land measuring just 98 square kilometers in the middle of the South Atlantic, shooting...

March 2022

Land at sight

By: Jordi Plana Morales

A night spent sailhandling on light breeze, bracing several times and gybing to Starboard tack, expecting a fair breeze to pull us to our anchorage or the port pilot station in front of Montevideo. But still the sunrise over...

November 2021

Getting into to Rio de la Plata

By: Jordi Plana Morales

The day when we actually approach the South American lands, starts with setting all remaining canvas on abating winds and calming seas. The rough waters and gusts over 30kn now became a steadier 15kn breeze from a S by E...

November 2021

Two wanderes of the seas

By: Jordi Plana Morales

With the first daylight over the grey skies of the early morning, small flocks of Spectacled petrels became visible gliding around the ship. Some of their neighbors in the Tristan archipelago, their breeding grounds, also join...

Man Over Board exercise

By: Jordi Plana Morales

The nice sunrise announced what was going to be a gorgeous morning weather. While the day starts, Europa rolls over a crossed swell on a downwind SW course, pulled at 3.8 to 5kn by 12 to 14kn of fair breeze. An appropriate...

November 2021