A task and a photo a day

My home harbour in the suwn and S/y Naneux just returned from the North Sea trip Now I’m in a hurry. We have a scedule to sail S/y Naneux down to Lisboa. Starting in the first half of July. We have to be in Southern Europe before the autumn storms start to rage in AtlanticContinue reading “A task and a photo a day”

Building my old 34 foot boat for The Southern Atlantic

S/y Naneux at home port in Airisto (the documentary photos are taken with a cellphone Nokia N-8 camera) Many unforgettable sailing trips have been made with this sailing yacht. The yacht is nearly 25 years old and was last rebuilt year 2000 for long distance sailing trips. We sailed to German Bight and Dutch watersContinue reading “Building my old 34 foot boat for The Southern Atlantic”

Getting around the old Indian Country – Vagabundear de Isla Grande De Tierra Del Fuego

Roads, there are not many of them. There is one that goes from West (Bahia Lapataia) to the East (Estancia Harberton) on the Northbound coast of Canal Beagle. Then there is Route No 3. to North-East to Tolhuin, Rio Grande and to San Sebastian. Here you have to cross Chilean border to Onalsin and toContinue reading “Getting around the old Indian Country – Vagabundear de Isla Grande De Tierra Del Fuego”

The old indian country in southern hemisphere – Tierra del Fuego

Beautiful landscapes – flora and fauna – islands with stunning mountain sceneries – coastal birds, penguins and mammals. The Pan American Highway ends here, Route No 3 from Rio Grande to Ushuaia. You can even drive further to Bahia Lapataia and to the lake Roca. Chilean mountains can be seen from here. Canal Beagle isContinue reading “The old indian country in southern hemisphere – Tierra del Fuego”