Category Archives: Seglingsförberedelser

Fair isle a must-see place

We left Stornoway for a 138 Nm overnight sail to Kirkwall, Orkney, rather strong wind with good speed but cold, so hot chocolate with a generous addition of dark rum gave comfort and warmth to the body during the night … Continue reading

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Towards Stornoway, Outer Hebrides

After a winter again filled with boat jobs, me and my brother Thomas cast off from Lagos, Portugal 23 March, with the aim to reach A Coruna, relatively quickly before the Portuguese North wind sets in. The main objective for … Continue reading

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Finally on our way

After a lot of work on Kerpa we were finally on our way. First trip was not very far to Ferragudo about 7 Nm east of Lagos, we had a gentle sail and just unfurled the head sail and enjoyed … Continue reading

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Chaos aboard

Chaos aboard A warning, this blog is about boat job no fancy sailing adventure. Long time since last blog, mainly due to a lot of parallel and unfinished boat projects, this has resulted in some chaos aboard. Add to that, … Continue reading

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On the hard working hard

Been on the hard since end August and as we have a lot of project during this off season, we started right away with boat job. As we did not stay away as long as we had planned there were … Continue reading

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