17th of April 2020, we are departing Antigua to cross the Atlantic. Covid-19 was spread all over the world. To be safe we self isolated our self for 14 days before we left Antigua. Check out my Atlantic corona crossing 2020 gallery Destination: UK, Ireland, Spain, France ? We did not know that at the time of departure. All we knew was that we will stop in Horta, Azores to … Continue reading
The 2017 edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race from Lanzarote to Grenada was a long one. It took us 13 days and a bit including 6 days of upwind sailing. But we made it and 5th over the line is not too bad.
The Extreme Sailing Series™ is in Hamburg, Germany right now for their 5th event of the 2017 season. All teams are fighting against the tricky conditions including very light winds, lots of rain and a big current on the river Elbe.
Due to Famous Frank I had the chance to get on board of HUGU BOSS, the Open 60 from Alex Thomson Racing. Few weeks ago Alex was on a promotion tour in the Baltic sea and had a stopover on the beautiful Island of Sylt in the North Sea on his way back home to the UK. So we jumped in the car and onto the train to meet Alex … Continue reading
It still feels like a bad dream… All our hard work & effort from the last 1.5 years where destroyed after just a few minutes after the start of the Sydney – Hobart 2015. A smaller boat misjudged the situation and disrespect our right of way, unfortunately there was no way for us to go up or down, because we where in the middle of three boats, classic sandwich situation. Due to … Continue reading
and we are off… the 71st Rolex Sydney – Hobart just started, see you hopefully in H0bart/Tasmania. First night will be similar to these fellas I guess…
It’s on – the start of the 71st Rolex Sydney – Hobart 2015 is almost on it’s way. On boxing day (26th. of December) the 107 entry fleet will leave the harbour of Sydney and head down South on the 628nm race course to Hobart in Tasmania. The forecast got less frightened in the last day, but still we will see up to 35kn and big seas in the first 30 hrs. … Continue reading