Category Archives: Seglingsförberedelser

Record

Some record are epic and last for many years, I remember Bob Beamons record in the Olympic Games in Mexico 1968 he jumped 8,9 meters in long jump, he totally crushed the old record. I was 11 years old at … Continue reading

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Motoring Motoring

Still motoring I have not dared to calculatedly how many hours we have been running the engine without interruption, to many that is for sure, but the alternative have probably been less attractive. When listening to Chris Parker who answers … Continue reading

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Some drama

Yesterday just after sending the latest blog posting, we got yet another fish on the hook, my brother Thomas reeled it in and I was the “Hook Man” it was a real beast a Barracuda ca 105 cm long, the … Continue reading

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”Not much happens”

Not much happens, that is true for us, but for some others the going is tougher. On SSB radio we heard one (did not got the name of the boat we could only hear Chris Parker on the SSB) boat … Continue reading

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Uneven progress

Wind not in our favor sometimes not very much wind at all, sometimes right on the nose, so we alternate motoring and sailing. Now we are doing good speed 7-8 kn closed hauled with 15-18 kn wind, but in the … Continue reading

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