Category Archives: On route

Panama (3)

Through the Panama Canal and beyond Finally the time had come to take on the Panama Canal. Three line-handlers came onboard bringing 4 lines each 40 m long and a couple of big fenders. The fourth line-handler was Karin, first … Continue reading

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Panama (2)

Awaiting Canal Transfer The site has not been updated since September why it is clearly time to get on with it. We have been back in Sweden for work and business. Our first picture is of a Pelican (again) when … Continue reading

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Panama (1)

Arrived! It took two days from Cartagena to San Blas, Panama. We had wind for 24 hours then the iron horse had to do its work. More or less for the first time on our journey we were without wind … Continue reading

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Planning for San Blas

Planning for the San Blas Archipelago We have been staying in Colombia for three weeks by now. Our last week we have been docked at Club Pesca just north of Club Nautico. We really wish to recommend this private marina … Continue reading

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Towards Colombia

Header: Sea view, Cartagena Bonaire to Curacao Finally time to leave Bonaire for Curacao. We left early in the morning and had a nice sailing for about six to seven hours in 15-20 kn with tailwind of course. The choices … Continue reading

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