Prepare to heave-to
There’s guests coming over for coffee.
Next to a 38.5m boat, mine looks quite small..
The weather picked up, so we had to leave fast.
The night wasn’t to comfortable either.
Single best thing about sailing: Sundown at anchor. Never gets old.
Taking pictures for selling the boat. Note the neatly stored foresail, thanks Julia.
The river Trave seems to be a hotspot for nice sunsets
This time I had guests over for coffee.
just passing by, nothing happened
harbors can also be quite nice.
There is no tide in the baltic. But if there’s wind the water can drop by 1,3 meters (in the kieler bight)
Traditional motoring: Hoist all sails and then the largest boat starts the engine to tow all the smaller boats.
Speed record that season.
And some wind as well, gusting 8bft…
End of Season 2016
Not on a boat, Camping close to Hamburg. And boom, it’s 2017
Some people like to anchor uncomfortably close.
Dutch guy who ran aground.
Yeah, the longer I don’t write the harder it is to get into it again because there’s so much catching up to do. Let’s just break this cycle and not catch up. Or just a little bit. The last one and a half years was more or less a filler episode. Same old, same old. Sailing, tinkering, working, travelling, … Not too shabby at all but also not spectacular in any way. One noteworthy thing is that I sold the boat and a bunch of other stuff.
Now I’m yet again working on some weird project which is conveniently a couple of 100 km away from my flat. yay! So let’s just look at some pictures in anticipation of next year. Let’s just say there is more of that to come 🙂
Some pics from sweden:
What’s happening here? Sometimes you need the AIS to get clarity.
Ah, a Search And Rescue Helicopter is hoisting somebody up from a boat.
Sassnitz, the shittiest harbor I’ve seen so far. Literally.
The little red ball is my anchor buoy, approx 25m away.
The nice thing about sailboats: You can tinker while sailing. That’s a step up from the so called “rolling restoration” of cars…