Category Archives: Seglingsförberedelser

Time to leave and go “Home”

Last time you heard from us we where in Annapolis, we stayed there for over a week, combining lazy days with boat work. It was rather busy days in Annapolis Where we saw this replica of a Sandbagger, originally, they … Continue reading

Posted in Seglingsförberedelser | Leave a comment

Leaving Maine going south

We went south from Dessert Island a foggy day and again we came to Rockland, easy anchoring, good provisioning and to attend an OCC (Ocean Cruising Club) gathering. As you might remember I wrote last time about the old couple … Continue reading

Posted in Seglingsförberedelser | 2 Comments

Maine part 2

After the Blues festival we left Rockland a sunny day with a gentle breeze towards Mount Dessert Island, where one finds Acadia National Park, one of the most visited National Parks in the USA with over 3,3 million visitors every … Continue reading

Posted in Seglingsförberedelser | Leave a comment

Maine part 1

Maine Part 1 We left Provincetown late afternoon the 5 th of July for the 125 Nm trip to Booth Bay in Maine. The wind was from behind between 20-24 knots and the sea grew larger as we progressed towards … Continue reading

Posted in Seglingsförberedelser | Leave a comment

Work Work Work

It has been a lot of work for us on Kerpa, one of the major tasks was to tidy up some of the crow’s nest of cables the previous owner had created. That was necessary but also a good opportunity … Continue reading

Posted in Seglingsförberedelser | Leave a comment