Aboard again

After a long break, it was nice to sail in the Blake Sea again and in the surrounding estates too. It seems, that there have been some restructuring in Sailors Cove. Trudeau New York 30 is a nice boat, even if needs a lot of open water.

Deck Party?

Deck Party?


Never Ever Give Up

It’s easy to sail in the big waters, but sometimes you may get “landlocked”, when circumstances change. Still, there is hope for better always… ;)

Land, Ho!

Cruising in the waters of Dryland

Dryland is an impressive creation by Anita Witt. The place may remind you of The Aral Sea, where the irrigation project of Soviet Union turned a large lake into a desert and forced the local fishers to find a new profession. Dryland is open for the public.


Catamarans are interesting boats to sail, because they have their special tricks compared to keel boats. They are bit more challenging to master, but can offer you a really fast sporty ride. The Blake Sea felt so small place in a HepCat. When sailing on the northern shore of Satori continent, I got a hitchhiker aboard. She asked me about yacht clubs and sailing schools.

Trudeau HepCat in the Blake Sea

Trudeau HepCat in the Blake Sea

Morning Wind

The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
–William Arthur Ward