Monthly Archives: November 2013
We’re 60 miles north of the Estrecho de La Maire, and currently doing 10 knots on a beam reach (we’ll have to slow down or we’ll be too early for the tide). Our plans are then to head up towards … Continue reading
Hi, This morning at 07:00 boat time (UT-3) we’re in position 50 12’S 65 30’W, aming around 7.5 knots on a course of 180 degrees true. The wind’s force 4 from the southwest and it’s overcast with 8/8 of stratocumulus … Continue reading
Hey all readers! Today is audience participation. What I would like you to do is make a nice cup of tea (or preferred beverage) and sit down on your comfy sofa. Relaxed? Excellent. Now I know that some of you … Continue reading
Today’s blog has been contributed to by everyone who’s been on anchor watch overnight. Jon: We arrived into Puerto Deseado early on Tuesday morning. As the sun rose the coastline became apparent to us. It was mainly low grassy hills … Continue reading
We’ve just anchored in Puerto Deseado, Argentina. James and Clare are away visiting the prefectura at the moment but we are hoping to remain here overnight. We’ll write a proper blog update later. We had a great trip in with … Continue reading
Oh what a beautiful morning, oh what a beautiful day! (imagine my melodicvoice singing this on a clear, crisp and sunny morning) The wind blew through pretty quickly, and left us with nothing overnight. Wejust got the sails back up … Continue reading
Hello – I have downloaded photo’s the Clare sent me of their adventures in Rio. At the moment they are on the facebook page but I will put them on the blog as soon as I have worked out how!!