25 August 2014 - Logbook Tres Hombres
DATE:22-8 GMT:14.37 POS:58.19 N,8.53 E COG:200 SOG:1.5
GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES
Almost halfway Skagerrak.
Wind is gone, rainclouds with thunder.
Drifting 1.5 knots with the current in the
Drinking hot chocolate.
Everybody is well on board Tres Hombres.
It’s noon on Friday, the 22nd of January and the Tres Hombres rolls gently at anchor in Carlisle Bay, just off Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados. It’s a typical Caribbean scene with white sandy beaches, palm trees, blue skies, azure seas and yachts bobbing at anchor. However, this year everything is different, it is just […]
You find yourself outside of the intercontinental human communications and information network when you are at anchor for a few days without internet. But life goes on, and how! A short impression of a disconnected time aboard in vicinity of Barbados: (not allowed to touch the land ) Wake up at 0530, heave anchor, receive […]
It’s around lunch time, the Tres Hombres is moored in the marina at Le Marin, Martinique. We have just crossed the Atlantic ocean, and here we are unloading wine we have brought from France, and some empty barrels to be filled with rum. My job for the morning was the ship’s laundry, and I have […]