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Last updated: 09.03.2016 This blog is frequently updated when we are onboard Last updated: 04.04.2016

 

Cruisers we met Cruising 2008 - 2009

Other news: A different way of crossing the Atlantic: 15th May we were in New York and waved good by and wishing good luck to Stein Hoff (70) who started his third ocean rowing across the Atlantic.

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Friday 1. April "Tatt av vinden" was hauled out to be stored on the hard until the next season.

 

New experiences with the equipement:

  • Watermaker

  • Generator

  • Outboard

  • Wi-fi Bat

  • Windows 10 and Iridium

  • Valves in the toilet outlets

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2016: Another short season for us - but a short season was much better than no season!

We loved Bocas del Toro, but now "Tatt av vinden" is back in Shelter Bay and stored for the next season. We are back  in Norway.

Our best videos:

With speed boat into the IGUAZU Waterfalls - February 2014!

 

and:

Hiking to CIUDAD PERDIDA (The Lost City)

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     Last general update: 0606.2016

Back in Shelter Bay.

 2016 part 1: Shelter Bay (Panama) and Bocas del Toro (Panama)

"Tatt av vinden" in Guna Yala.

Let's Go With the Wind!

S/Y "Tatt av vinden" is our boat. The name means "Gone with the Wind".

In 2013 we sailed "Tatt av vinden" from Oslo to Las Palmas and crossed the Atlantic to St.Lucia, where we arrived in December. This was our second ARC and the third crossing of the Atlantic.

In January 2014 we cruised the Lesser Antilles. In February and the first week of March we traveled South America. After that we cruised the Lesser Antilles and and the Spanish Virgins in Puerto Rico.  Then to Bonaire and Curacao. Next season we sailed to Santa Marta, Colombia. After four weeks in Santa Marta we sailed to Guna Yala (San Blas, Panama). Now "Tatt av vinden" is in Shelter Bay.

This season Providencia was "plan A". But we changed our mind and sailed to Bocas del Toro. (Mouths of the bull.) And we did not regret the choice. We spent a nice two weeks in Bocas del Toro, and the rest of the time in Shelter Bay.

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