Posts by: Jannette Sluik

Well at least we tried!

Well at least we tried!

50’55.7N 001’37.1W course 090′ speed 2knAch what can I say, our routine has been disturbed with our anchorage in Rye.

A new plan

A new plan

50’36.6N 000’04.1W course 080′ speed 6,2kn For those who have been following our progress, you must have been confused for.

Running with the current

Running with the current

50’08.5N 000’26.1W course 078′ speed 7,6 Sometimes a plan comes together very nicely. We were able to catch the tide.

English Channel

English Channel

49’25.4N 004’45.9W course 075′ speed 6,1kn Well we have made it back to Europe, into the English Channel and so,.

Grey rainy day

Grey rainy day

48’16.3N 008’04.6W course 033′ speed 7,3 We must be getting closer to home, because this is the weather we know,.

The gang is at it again

The gang is at it again

47’03.4N 011’18.3W course 079′ speed 7,2kn After reeving during the night, we shook out the reef again during the afternoon.

Keeping busy

Keeping busy

46’59.4N 015’30.8W course 082′ speed 8,0kn So we unreeved, we changed the jib, we gybe during the afternoon and then.

Its all in a days run

Its all in a days run

46’44.8N 018’57.6W course 062′ speed 7,7kn We had some time to make up for and so we did. Our first.

The night is dark and filled with.. showers

The night is dark and filled with.. showers

45’36.6N 023’30.5W course 068′ speed 8,1kn We are sailing with speed, dodging showers if we can and using them to.

Calm behind the breeze: eat when you can sleep when you can

Calm behind the breeze: eat when you can sleep when you can

43’43.4N 025’58.6W course 011′ speed 6kn It was a short but intense frontal passage, not as clear as I had.