July 15, 2020
- Log
Tres Hombres

Creation (by captain Anne-Flore)

The departure maneuver in Copenhagen was super cool and smooth!

It is great to move a big sailing ship like this in a harbor under sails. Nowadays being under sails inside a port is forbidden.
I allowed us to do it because it's possible and it's very important to understand your ship under all circumstances, in all places. It's aesthetic, it's cheaper, it's in silence, it's an achievement. If you don't try, you will never know the capacity of your ship and the ability of yourself to handle different situations. Pushing the boundaries means creation, without creation life is boring.

The smiles of the few crew members left on shore and Sune's team singing for us were warming up our hearts. The Welcomes and the Good byes are precious. Later, I received pictures of the Tres Hombres from different spots on the coast. It's hard to let a home, a friend sailing away. You feel like a part is missing in your heart. If you accept, the one who leaves goes lighter and stronger. The one who stays has to make sure that the inside healthy firework feeling will be recreated to get as high as possible to set it as a norm, life is exciting and too short to be wasted.

Yesterday we expected South wind all away through the narrow Sound Passage which wasn't real. Of course, we tackled for a while, passed the ferry lanes which can be two at a time. Then the wind decreased so much that we were not under command, drifting on the edge of the channel to the right direction, but for how long?

No worries, we are safe, but that doesn't mean that we have to wait for the miracle to come. So we dropped the dinghy into the water and Collin pushed us for an hour. At 7.30 pm we were out of the Passage. The current helped us to come in a wider area to progress and the wind came back from land. “Watch change” good luck.
Last night it was very rainy, sometimes 9 kts, dousing sails, sometimes 3 kts and setting sails.

In 24h the 6 new crew members got a large spectrum about what we are doing on deck with all this stuff above our heads. It doesn't make sense yet. Don't worry, you are part of the team and every hand is useful.
When you step on board you can't be a spectator. And acting makes you understand “why”. You live the process into the details.

Today is sunny finally, linseed oil is spread here and there. As well as little repairs for the ship to go to Den Helder. Soon the big annual refit comes…
(see you next year Copenhagen and Bornholm)

Anne-Flore and the crew thank the Rosforth & Rosforth team, Sabotoren and Provianten gigantically for their trust in Fairtransport and for bringing awareness to consume good quality products that help to provide healthy earth, healthy people, and working in short circuit organization.

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