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Similarities with the old days

A few things are still the same as when people voyage the sea in the old days, from the Vikings to Columbus and less in time distant sailors who cruised the oceans before the electronic age. The sunset in the … Continue reading

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A day pass very quickly

The first part of this blog is rather technical, and if you find it boring just scroll down until you see pictures of nature and people and hopefully you find it more interesting to read. When cruising one have a … Continue reading

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St Martin Again

We came back to St Martin again after leaving the Virgin Islands after a rather boring night sailing and motoring. It is always nice to be in Marigot Bay in St Martin, now there were more boats on the anchorage … Continue reading

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Virgin Island Part 2

  Culebra Culebra or Spanish Virgin Island is a part of Puerto Rico. Columbus as first European visited Culebra 1493. The island was a refuge for Pirates during more than 300 years. Now Culebra is a beautiful and sleepy place … Continue reading

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Virgin Islands Part 1

USVI was bought from the Danish 1917 and one still find Danish names on some of the streets, in that respect rather similar to St Barth who was a former Swedish colony, still with many Swedish names remaining. The first … Continue reading

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