8 février 2016 - Fairtransport
Check out this fantastic write up in UK newspaper about Fairtransport shipping, our flagship Tres hombres and our colleagues in the Sail Cargo Alliance!
One of the world’s oldest methods of transporting goods is making an unlikely comeback. Sailing ships, which kept the British Empire in tea, sugar and tobacco, are back in vogue as a green alternative to conventional shipping.
The NE breeze was already blowing gently during the night. What a wonderful moment to give freedom to our rusty anchor who held us for 48 hours in 25 m deep and let her dry under a warm sun on the cat head. Once we started drifting, lashing the anchor and securing the chain at […]
We are now 21 days at sea. First, we tacked our way out of the Caribbean sea through the Mona Passage. Squalls and sailing full-on by through the first ocean waves. After we sailed close-hauled all the way to the hight of Bermuda. We did see the lights of the lighthouses in the distance and […]
On the 16th of February in Santa Marta, Colombia I stepped into a whole new world called sailing. Everything was new to me. Living with people you don’t know on a boat, ropes, sails, climbing, sailing terms. After preparing the boat we went to Boca Chica, Dominican Republic. In these 9 days, I was getting […]