Monthly Archives: January 2014

Leg 6 photos – Some great shots of scenery, whales, birds, a horse or two and maybe a few penguins

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More leg 6 photos – Crew shots tonight, but don’t worry penguin lovers they will return tomorrow, oh ok there is one at the end.

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Leg 6 Photos – One for the penguin lovers out there

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Back in Ushuaia

Elinca is back in Ushuaia and not doubt busy dancing with officials to get all the paperwork sorted (see yesterday’s blog). Whilst Elinca is in harbour for the next few days, preparing for the next leg. They have said that … Continue reading

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We’ve just left Puerto Williams, Chile, for Ushuaia, Argentina.

So today we left Puerto Williams behind for the last time, and were sad to leave Chile. It seems the Chilean people you meet there are happy to have us there, to help us through the never ending paperwork, and … Continue reading

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Save the Date: Home Coming Party

Save the Date: Adventure2013’s Welcome Home Party on Saturday 17th May 2014 at the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club, Falmouth. Now that Elinca and her crew have safely made it back across the Drake Passage for the last time and are … Continue reading

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Customs the dance begins

Hi All All is well on board, James reports “all good this end, just finished the customs/immigration/police/navy dance so going to have some lunch and head off towards Ushuaia and repeat the dance there!” The full blog will follow once … Continue reading

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The admin Bomb!

Hey hey all readers! Today the admin bomb has exploded all over the place as the end/beginning of voyage randomly’s (the big checklist of all the jobs that need doing weekly monthly etc) are being done. You would currently not … Continue reading

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Party time!

Yet another party to report. It turns out that if you take six yachts who have just reached land after a challenging Drake crossing, tie them up to each other outside the Micalvi Yacht Club bar, light a BBQ and … Continue reading

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Back to Puerto Torro

Sorry for the late blog! Lara Yesterday morning tactics of staying west of the direct course paid off big time. As we closed within 100 miles of the horn the winds strengthened to 40 knots from the west and we … Continue reading

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