23 novembre 2014 - Fairtransport
DATE:23112014 GMT:0744 POS:38 25 N, 008 59 W COG:93 SOG:2.5
GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES
We are approaching the entrance of Rio Sado about 5 miles away from Satubal. Here we await pilot and tugboat for our passage through the narrow channel and finally our birth in Setubal. 9 days of sail was again a great experience for crew and trainees. We had wind and no wind, waves and no waves, sun and rain, incredible clouds and clear skies. Great food, people and ship! That is life on board the Tres Hombres.
Mornings are grey, afternoons are sunny. Probably an effect from temperature changes. Dense fog at times and horn sound from invisible creatures. The Moon is growing each day among the stars. Breads rise well and overflow into the bottom of the oven and are delicious. The four cans of tea and coffee are very often […]
…of Skagerrak is quite smooth. 20 or 25 kts were expected in the middle so I drew a blue line on the chart, do not pass over. Fortunately we never had to dowse the royal and as soon as the wind increased we turned the ship around towards the peaceful Danish coast. Each watch gets […]
Morning Watch Exact time, day and date are not the most important parameters on board. Therefore, watch changes, meals and sea miles gained towards the desired destination make you notice time passing by. After patiently awaiting the right wind and slowly moving along the southern Swedish coast, in the course of the night we finally […]