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At sea one learns to cooperate, be self-reliant and develop a deep respect for the elements.

Experience the raw simplicity of life, where wildness and beauty are never far away.

You will be getting away from it all, slowing down and experiencing a fresh perspective on life.

There are still some places available during the European Tour and the Mediterranean Odyssey.

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A day of a trainee by Jakob

Friday the 12th of February
It’s a quarter to 4 O’clock in the morning, the Focsle got woken up with a little report of what is going on, on deck.
We have little wind so it’s a relaxed watch and we are enjoying an amazing star sky.
Because of the light wind we doused most of the sails so they cannot flap around all the time.
I really like the last night watch, you have a little bit of all, the night and the hours with the first daylight and also most of the time an beautiful sunrise.
At 7:15 we wake up the other watch and pumping the bilges.
After the Port-side watch had breakfast our watch is done, it’s now 8 o’clock and everybody is looking forward to 5 hours of sleep.
In the long break most of the time I’m not able to sleep until they wake us up.
It’s the same on this day i got up at 12 o’clock and enjoy an hour of relaxing that is not really easy because the wind is picking up and all guys of the other watch are busy with setting sails.
For the lunch Giuseppe cooked fried Bananas and breadfruit, Humus, Eggs and tomato salad that we are enjoying all together.
Then we started our watch and doing some maintenance, washing our clothes and Sailing the Tres Hombres with 6 knots full on by to the north.
Before the sunset we are tacking with an ‘Wear ship’ that means that you first fall off then doing a jibe and then go back on full on by on the other side, it’s easier than doing a normal tack and we are only six guys on deck at this time.
At 8 O’clock the releasing command ‘Starboard watch stood down’ comes from Wiebe and we go for a nice Italian dinner to the Galley.
Afterwards i went quickly back into the Foc’sle to my bed where i fall asleep thinking that we are already one week sailing.

The next watch will be on Saturday,
so my Report is over.
Greetings to everybody at home,
I’m having a great time and enjoying the freedom of sailing on the Atlantic.

DATE: 13-02-16 GMT:1600  POS: 23º30′ N,61º41 W COG:35º  SOG:4 kts
GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES
WIND DIR:east-south-east
WIND SPD:2 beaufort
CURRENT DIR:north-west
CLOUDS:cumulonimbus, altostratus
SEA STATE:calm
SEA TEMP:22ºc
AIR TEMP:25ºc
AIR PRES:1020

Tres Hombres is back at sea

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DATE: 23nov15 GMT:2020  POS:28º00.5’N, 18º22.6’W COG: 235º SOG:10kts

GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES

WIND DIR:North-east

WIND SPD:4bfts

CURRENT DIR:South-west

CLOUDS:cumulonimbus 3/8

SEA STATE:moderate

SEA TEMP:23ºC

AIR TEMP:22ºC

AIR PRES:1022hPa

Tres Hombres is back at sea

A week spend at Santa Cruz de La Palma
“La Isla Bonita”
One more time we visit the Aldea distillery
Thanks José and Santi for your warm welcome
The best rum is now in the hold
With us for 10 000 miles around the Atlantic

We visit also a cigar farm
The tobacco grow without fertilizer or pesticides
This will be a new cargo for the next trip

We also met many farmers
Very friendly, they give us many fruits and vegetables
Papaya, mango, fig, sweet potato, bananas and many more

Now we are sailing down the trades winds
Back wind , 10 knots
Running to Barbados
Deliver wine and load some more rum
(It’s hard life, the Pirate one 🙂

Thanks miss “Bonita”
It was a pleasure to visit you again
See you soon

Greetings from Tres Hombres

Francois

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“Welcome” says the whale

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DATE: 24 nov 15 GMT: 1500 POS:26º42’N, 20º25.8’W COG: 245º SOG:6.5kts

GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES

WIND DIR:North east

WIND SPD:15kts

CURRENT DIR:west

CLOUDS:4/8 cummulus

SEA STATE:calm to moderate

SEA TEMP:23ºC

AIR TEMP:25ºC

AIR PRES:1024hPa

“welcome” says the whale

A cave. More than one. Plural. Caves, and plenty of them. They are all over the island, everywhere, I can see them from the ship when I climb out of the forecastle in the morning, a minor operation, impossible to do gracefully. I would like to live in a cave. Maybe someday. La Isle de Bonita.

On our way to the island, in the atlantic, we saw a blue whale, beautiful humongous creature, she swam around the ship twice, and waved her goodbye with her tale.  Everyone on board stared dumbstruck into the sea for several minutes after she disapeared into the deep. I cannot imagine a better welcome.

La Palma. A  volcano, beautiful forests, cliffs, tobaco, salamanders, tourists, waterfalls, dried banana leaves, rum, broken clocks, and blue winebottles. So many impressions in such a short time. I am not entirely sure what to do with all of these memories. I keep them for now I suppose, but my head is almost full.

This journey, this voyage is changing me in ways I did not expect. I didn´t see it coming. I suppose you never really see change coming, that´s part of what makes it so pure, it´s uncontrolable, it just happens. Sometimes it just happens. But La Palma is behind us, she Is part of the past, and past is a nice place to visit, but not a very nice place to stay, so now we are headed south-west.

Carribean Is ahead of us, Europe is behind, and we are in the Atlantic again. Again. it´s different this time though, the Atlantic. We can´t see any land anymore, but that´s not exceptional, we have been through that before, so maybe it´s the knowledge of far away from everything we are. Or maybe it´s the fact that we are finally sailing with the tradewinds. Or maybe it´s just because we are going south, away from the cold, that I have grown so used to. I am not entirely sure,  Maybe it´s just me. Maybe it´s because we have only the squaresails set, we have the cargo hole full of rum, wine, and fruit, and something is starting to smell very nicely in the galley.

I am personally wearing way too many layers, and second mate Camille is playing his awful techno music again, so the worlds absolute smallest violin is playing just for me. Again. Giuseppe just came out of the galley with tea and bananas. He is taking good care of us, the people on board the Tres Hombres who are trying to change the world one glas of rum at a time. You know what they say, a glas of rum per day, keeps the good doctor away.

Remember that kids. Anyways, I have been sittting for myself for the most part of the morning, writing this story for you, who is interested enough to turn on your screen and read this, but now the bananas are calling me, and I will go join the others with the new jokes I googled in La Palma. And if I am not grounded, because of the quality of the jokes, I will write to you again soon enough.

Much love from Victoria

on course over ground 245
going 7 knots SW
Fair winds and following seas

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19 Tagen auf See by Rolf

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La Palma

Angekommen. Nach 19 Tagen auf See zwischen Douarnenez in der Bretagne und Santa Cruz de La Palma auf den Kanaren. 19 Tage ohne Dusche. 19 Tage beständiger Wechsel zwischen Wache, essen und schlafen. 19 Tage lang immer dieselben Gesichter. Aber auch 19 Tage voller interessanter Gespräche und anregender und teils leidenschaftlicher Diskussionen während der Nachtwachen. 19 Tage irgendwo zwischen Himmel und Meer, denn mit etwas Dunst verschwamm auch die letzte Grenze am Horizont. 19 Tage, an denen man das Meer Tag und Nacht um sich hat, denn zwischen meinem trockenen Bett und der Wasserweite draußen sind nur 70mm Eichenholz.

Und 19 Tage voller Ambivalenz. Denn wenn ich noch müde für die nächsten Stunden Wache aus dem Bett steige, hin und wieder die Frage: Warum nur mache ich das? Und dann wieder das Staunen über einen samtschwarzen Nachthimmel voller Sterne über einem dunkel tosenden Meer. Die Freude über den unverstellten Blick bis zum Horizont. Das Glück, wenn Delphine oder ein Wal uns ein Stück begleiten. Überhaupt – dieses Meer, das sich in jedem Augenblick neu erfindet. Es hat so viele Gesichter: Mal klopfen kecke kleine Wellen an den Rumpf, dann rollen wieder Brecher auf Augenhöhe heran und tauchen erst im letzten Moment unter dem Schiff hindurch, das dazu elegant seinen Achtersteven hebt. Mal ist das Meer verspielt wie ein junger Hund, dann wieder sanft wie eine Katze. Es braust auf – oder ist glatt wie ein Spiegel und trügerisch friedlich. Wie soll man darüber nicht ins Staunen geraten? Am Ende war ich mir gar nicht so sicher, ob ich diese meine kleine Wasserwelt gegen den Lärm und die Hektik an Land eintauschen will.

Nun liegt die Tres Hombres nach einem gelungenen Anlegemanöver (alles unter Segeln, das ist Seemannschaft!) im Hafen. Vor uns eins dieser schwimmenden Hotels, hinter uns ein Schiff der Spanischen Armada. Dazwischen wirkt unser Schiff wie eine Nussschale. Kaum zu glauben. Ich genieße bei sommerlichen Temperaturen die Stadt – von Kreuzfahrern überlaufene Einkaufsstraßen, kleine verwunschene Gässchen, in denen ich oft ganz allein bin, Tapas, Kanarischen Rotwein – denn wie sagte schon Michiels Großmutter: Kein schöneres Leben als ein gutes Leben. :o)

Heute war ich im Museo Naval und habe dort erfahren, dass die Kanaren und La Palma aufgrund ihrer günstigen Lage schon seit Columbus’ Zeiten eine wichtige Rolle im Handel und der Schifffahrt zwischen Europa und Amerika spielen. So wie wir hier einen Zwischenstopp einlegen, reparieren, neue Kräfte sammeln und uns für die nächste Etappe mit frischem Proviant versorgen, haben das schon Generationen von Seefahrern vor uns getan. Seit nunmehr einem halben Jahrtausend. Eine lange Tradition, in die wir uns da einreihen. Ja – und über Columbus gibt es das Gerücht, dass er auf den Kanaren eine Geliebte gehabt haben soll, weshalb er jedes Mal die Schiffe von Lateiner- auf Rah-Takelung hat umriggen lassen – nur um genug Zeit für Liebeleien zu haben. Wer’s glaubt … ;o)

Wir nehmen hier in La Palma Abschied von einigen Weggefährten und neue Trainees sind angekommen. Und unsere Ladung haben wir um 10 Fässer besten kanarischen Rums erweitert. Diese Fässer werden uns nun auf der weiteren Reise begleiten und dabei noch etwas reifen. Im Seeklima.

In ein paar Tagen geht es weiter. Wir setzen zum Sprung über den Atlantik an. Und wenn wir das nächste Mal festmachen, dann sind wir in Amerika. In der Karibik. Nur mit dem Wind und auf den gleichen Routen, die Frachtsegler schon seit mindestens 500 Jahren befahren.

Rolf

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Pictures Douarnenez – La Palma

by Rolf Dratner

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all is ok

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DATE:12nov15  GMT: 1830 POS:  33º56.3’N, 13º47.9’W COG: 205º SOG:5.5kts

GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES

WIND DIR:north-north-east

WIND SPD:10kts

CURRENT DIR:south-east

CLOUDS:5/8 cumulus and altostratus

SEA STATE:calm with long north-west swell

SEA TEMP:21ºC

AIR TEMP:21ºC

AIR PRES:1024

Ahoy

Tonight we have Pasta al Pesto at dinner

It’s cooling down

Have a good night

Francois

Ps all is Ok onboard
Good mood
Rust blasting and Painting day

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our civilisation is also running wrong way around – by capt. Francois

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DATE:3nov15 GMT: 0900 POS:44º06.5’N, 17º09.3’W COG: 110ºº SOG:2kts

GENERAL SYNOPSIS: ON BOARD THE TRES HOMBRES

WIND DIR:south-south-west

WIND SPD:1 bft

CURRENT DIR:north

CLOUDS:total overcast ,surrounded by several black squalls of rain

SEA STATE:calm

SEA TEMP:14ºC

AIR TEMP:15ºC

AIR PRES:1011

Patient sailor always have good wind

One week at sea for Tres Hombres,
Since we left Douarnenez, bounding for Canaries’ islands, we have south winds
This happen when a low pressure cross the Atlantic, during few days
I turn around my fellow Ocean since ten years now
Quite use to deal with him, with his mood

This week he is bad mood.
A large low pressure is turning anti clockwise around the all North Atlantic !!!???!!!
In place of the Azores high pressure, the famous Trade Wind ( “Alizée” in french, which is female genre)
The one who “Christoffel Columbus” used 500 years ago
The Vikings used the north part of this thermal system to discover the great lakes and Hudson river long time before.
This system, described by “Corriolis” or “Buys Balot” is running since 800 000 years
Bringing good warmth in Europe by the Gulf Stream
Building a temperate climate around Mediterranean sea
The perfect one to grow vegetables,fruits, cereals
To feed little monkeys and change them into biped who know that they know (sapiens sapiens in Greek)
Aware of the beauty of the Nature, aware of the miracle of the Life

For the next week the wind will turn other way around ¡¡¡¿¿¿¡¡¡ (I have a Spanish keyboard to do that 🙂
I’m confused, what to think, what to do?

It’s seems to me that our civilisation is also running wrong way around since the industrial revolution
I’m not feeling happy, but I’m not feeling blind.
The bad use of technologies make us slave of an economical growth, which has no sense, no goal

Two years ago, I meet Three Mans, with an Ideal
They change my mind, gave a Sense to my Life
I learn on The Brigantine “Tres Hombres” a very old happiness recipe

-watch your words
-never take anything personally
-never do expectations
-always give the best of yourself

Let do what need to be done
I’ll go ahead
The wind shift, we have to tack

Francois Mangin Deville

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Chance of your life!

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Learn the ropes, join our crew sailing to the Carribean and back. Sailing with a hold of Tres Hombres rum to France, reload the vessel with wine and then to collect new rum in the Canary islands. You’ll see dolphins, whales and learn the ropes, sails and to navigate Tres Hombres. A journey which will change your life..

Sign on in Den Helder 1st of October 2015

9936 Nautical Miles

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Help filling the cargo hold with barrels of Rum, Cocoabeans, Molasse. After that you’ll set sail to the Acores, England and the Netherlands to end up in Amsterdam! A true adventure sailing cargo over the Atlantic Ocean.

Sign on at the 3rd of January 2016

5008 Nautical Miles

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Sail towards the Carribean starting at Madeira, the island of flowers to Boca Chica in de Carib. starting the 5th of May 2015 you will be on you way for the next 2 months.

Sign on at May 15th 2015

2071 Nautical Miles

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Vanishing Sail

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There is a small group of islands in the Lesser Antilles where the traditions of boatbuilding were once crucial to the survival of local communities skimming a living from the sea. Hundreds of sailing vessels were once launched here, more than anywhere in the West Indies.

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Double served and leathered main stay eyes

picture: Double served and leathered main stay eyes. Ready to take wire seizings when the mast is back in place. by Bosun Chad

The Crew of Tres Hombres is currently replacing some planks, checking the overall caulking, cleaning and painting inside, making a nice galleyfloor, maintaining the rigging, organizing the drystores…

A lot to be done and a lot of hands needed! You want to help the crew? Let us know crew@fairtransport.nl