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18 March 2017; At Sea.

18 March 2017; At Sea.

Well the weather did what was forecast and in the course of last night, the wind came down to something more acceptable. 20 knots or so and that is what we are used to in this area. By 08.45 we had past Cabo San Antonio and turned to a North Easterly course and entered the…   read more of “18 March 2017; At…”

17 March 2017; At Sea.

17 March 2017; At Sea.

Today we are having our first day at sea and are sailing on a North Westerly course heading towards the Yucatan Channel where the Caribbean Sea meets the Gulf of Mexico. It looks like that we were lucky with our call at Puerto Limon as the weather has turned for the worse. A strong cold…   read more of “17 March 2017; At…”

14 March 2017; Cartagena, Colombia.

14 March 2017; Cartagena, Colombia.

As was expected the wind disappeared the moment we curved southwards and followed the Colombian coast down to the Boca Chica pilot station. But because the cooler North Easterly wind had already been reducing itself in strength, it brought also less cool air to the area of Cartagena and thus the warm tropical air could…   read more of “14 March 2017;…”