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Brazilian welcomeBraziliaans welkom

Sitting on the aft of the Tecla enjoying (thoroughly enjoying) a beautiful lightshow of fireflies on the Island in front...

Tecla short video impression of rounding the HornTecla short video impression of rounding the Horn

The Tecla is still in Stanley getting her ready for the next trip. We have tried to make this video...

whangamumu anchorage

Captured by the welcome and beauty of New ZealandCaptured by the welcome and beauty of New Zealand

The Tecla in New Zealand. We are absolutely captured by the beauty and grace of this land. What an amazing overwhelming natural country! I hope the following pictures will capture a bit off that amazingness that we feel.

Sailing out of Sydney – Starting the Tall Ships Regatta! Zeilend uit Sydney – de start van de Tall Ships Regatta!

Today we will leave Darling Harbour and with that we will leave Australia. It has been amazing! And although we...

Old seadogs and Sea puppies alikeOude zeerotten en zeepuppies

Last night our watch ended under engine, this night it started under engine. We had hardly any wind during the...

A day of extremes!Een dag vol extremen

I do not know where to start with describing today, do I start with the 60 knots of wind this...

Cold, dark, beautiful sailingKoud, donker en heerlijk zeilen

Its cold. Oh so cold. We started our watch at 00:00 with the red watch minus 1 due to seasickness....

heading for wineglass bay

Riding out the storm in Wineglass BayDe storm uitzitten in Wineglass Bay

After a night of half sailing, half motor sailing we sailed into Wineglass bay this morning. The weather was getting...

at anchor in Port davey

Tasmanian sail – how perfect is this! Tasmanian sail – how perfect is this!

On Wednesday morning we set off to explore the inner waters of Port Davey. We lifted anchor after breakfast and...

tall ship europa and tecla passing eachother

Tecla at anchor near MelbourneTecla ten anker vlak bij Melbourne

The Tecla has thrown anchor in the bay of Melbourne, waiting to be berthed in the morning. During the day...