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As we make our way slowly around the globe, each harbour, city, and country gives us new and varied experiences – on the land and on the water. Flensburg is no different; from the highs and lows of the Flensburg … Continue reading

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I’m dreaming of a white…?

…a white beach actually! But it looks like we could have a white Christmas! As a final post for the year, I thought I’d look back on this year’s voyages and below are some of my favourite pics from 2017. … Continue reading

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Although my last post referred to the island of St Vincent, we didn’t actually stop there on our way north from Bequia to Martinique; the weather window was open for two days before forecast rough seas expected to roll in … Continue reading

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The past few months spent motoring along muddy, shallow and narrow waterways had me itching to sail directly to some exotic island in the Caribbean. But patience is a virtue when it comes to the sailing life. Mobile Bay is … Continue reading

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The sailor spends his Christmas in a harbour on the hook Vaye con les, no work today, he read it in a book The waterfront is reveling, the season has begun A sailor spends his Christmas in a harbour having … Continue reading

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