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A full dance card

Our calendar has suddenly gotten incredibly full, we have been doing so much socialising that we have manage to completely deplete our once extensi...

30 Nov 2016 by: Catherine on Tuuletar

Cultural differences

So far we have been settling into Denmark rather easily. We are starting to make some terrific friends amongst the locals, particularly through the...

20 Nov 2016 by: Catherine on Tuuletar

Landfall in Africa!!!, Day 10

Our beam reach ended around sunset last night when we got to within 70 NM NE of Richard's Bay. It is prudent to aim north of the destination, as t...

15 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

Tough miles, Day 9

After the storm front passed yesterday we sailed along nicely until daybreak, but then a stiff 22-knot Westerly wind kicked in, right on the nose. ...

14 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

Lightning storm, Day 8

We saw the wall of lightning about an hour before the front hit us. Big bolts and zaps hitting the ocean ahead. The winds were only around 15 kno...

13 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

Smashed the Distance Record, Day 7

We did it! Privateer shattered her all time distance record. We logged a whopping 186 NM day at sea. 1/2 of this distance was sailing to windwar...

12 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

Hauling Ass!, Day 6

It was flat calm in the morning, motoring across very long-period swell coming up from the SW. It was also a "Red Sun in morning, sailor's take wa...

11 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

Rounding under Madagascar, Day 5

The good currents and light winds carried us all the way past our southern waypoint, 75 NM south of Cape St. Marie, Madagascar. With sails barely ...

10 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

Rounding under Madagascar, Day 4

The excellent sailing continued throughout the night, and into the morning and afternoon. We made 170 NM on our noon-to-noon! All under clear ski...

09 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

La Reunion to South Africa, Day 3

Last night the winds dropped to very light and I was surprised we had any steerage at all, but we still eked out about 3.5-4 knots. After a few ho...

08 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

La Reunion to South Africa, Day 2

We managed to sail 144 miles noon-to-noon in fairly light winds. At very first light, I set the pole, as the winds had swung around more to the no...

07 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

La Reunion to South Africa, Day 1

Where do we want to sail today? How about Africa!! The provisions are loaded, passports stamped out to exit, and we are on our way. It took the ...

06 Nov 2016 by: Peter on Privateer

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