Dear Readers,   here is volume II of Voyages, collecting a series of pictures and ideas about the Ocean Enjoy!  
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If I were Odin I would holiday in the Lofoten, but my own private Asgard would be in Senja. The beauty of the Lofoten islands and the excellent marketing work of its business-oriented inhabitants give most travelers the impression that Norway, for all practical purposes, ends there. Most boats which arrived here, admittedly a long way off everywhere else, just …
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Overview: in a matter of miles you have the most exclusive island of the planet and one of the wildest, like Mustique and the Tobago Keys. Everyone wants to sail the Caribbean and there’s plenty to see. Each island is different and all share the same easy going atmosphere: everybody wants to have fun! The top places to visit: St …
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Norway offers some of the best ski-sailing opportunities in the World, together with Alaska and Bc. But the main advantage of Noway its the relatively easy access… Itineraries: ski sailing cruises depart from Tromso and are focused in the area of the Lyngen peninsula and the outer islands NE of Tromso. The Whole area is sheltered from the North Atlantic …
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The sea is like a white noise, the texture of a sheet of paper where nature draws its islands and men write their dreams. The Lofoten archipelago is a young mountain chain of wild and courageous peaks which sinks dramatically into the North Atlantic Ocean from the coast of Norway well above the Arctic Circle. Its geographic exuberance charms sailors …
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Here is our personal selection of Amazing anchorages around the World Caleta Brecknock, in Chilean Patagonia, stands high in the memories of every sailor who had the chance to anchor there. Ford’s Terror, in South East Alaska, is so well protected that even boats find it hard to get in… Staten Island, a forbidden Anchorage in Southern Argentina Lavezzi, Bonifacio …
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We underline that the subject is so vast and important that the following notes are by no means fully comprehensive. The LLLL rule. In the old days of sailing, the master of the ship had to know at all times the four L: lead, log, longitude and lookout. Thanks to our modern means we have NO EXCUSE to disrespect it …
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Humble tips for sailors and dreamers First of all, keep in mind that you do not necessarily need a boat. There are thousands of vessels in every corner of the planet where crew is needed, so you can almost sail anywhere you want for free or for a small fee. This is also an excellent test for those planning to …
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