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Posts Tagged ‘Italy’

Current Location: Sanremo, ItalyCurrent Position: 43 48.91 N 007 47.13 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 209 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereMay 28th – June 5th: Santa Marinella to Sanremo Once Josh had gone, it was a mad dash north to meet with Alastair in Sanremo. (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Santa Marinella, ItalyCurrent Position: 42 2.12 N 011 52.35 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 84 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereThe obvious thing to do is to find a marina as close as possible to Rome so that you can leave your boat there. (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Isola Ponza, ItalyCurrent Position: 40 54.15 N 012 57.79 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 81 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereWow, what a crazy couple of weeks it has been! We have been rushing up the West coast of Italy. Normally we wouldn’t do (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Salerno, ItalyCurrent Position: 40 39.97 N 014 43.17 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 124 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereWednesday, 29th April, 2015 After all the partying it was time to leave Cariati. The wind was perfect, so we had a fast downwind run (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Cariati Marina, ItalyCurrent Position: 39 30.35 N 016 56.56 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 2548 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereIt started with an invitation to go to town for some real Italian Gelato (ice cream). Giovanni is a local (Cariati) doctor who had (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: The Sassi, Matera, Basilicata, ItalyCurrent Position: 40 40.04 N 016 36.62 E Click to view map.Today it snowed! Yes, when we arrived it was T-shirt weather. Then the clouds darkened and the rain arrived. But still we had a great visit to Alberobello, just south of Bari. There are two sections – (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Bari, ItalyCurrent Position: 41 7.62 N 016 52.01 E Click to view map.We just arrived in Bari, Italy where it is T-shirt weather! We will be hiring a car for a few days while we meander our way across the sole of Italy to Life Part 2 which is waiting for us in Cariati Marina. Once there we will be attaching a new flex-o-fold folding propeller before putting her back in the water to commence our travels. We had a great time in Canada and England, (including a fantastic canal boat trip through the Llangollen Canal in North Wales) – plus of course getting married at the last minute – and want to thank everyone for putting up with us. But it is good to be back in Italy and we are looking forward to a good year of cruising. Perhaps you will come and join us for some of it? We will put up some photos soon…
Current Location: Cariati, ItalyCurrent Position: 39 30.28 N 016 56.44 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 58 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereSorry about the long delay in getting this post up! Yes, we are actually now in Edmonton, Canada, and have been for almost 3 weeks. (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Gallipoli, ItalyCurrent Position: 40 3.19 N 017 59.02 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 36 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereThe first night at anchor in Brindisi was fine. But then the coast guard came and told us we couldn’t anchor AND we couldn’t windsurf (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Anchorage in Brindisi, ItalyCurrent Position: 40 39.52 N 017 58.02 E Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 109 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereWell, we made it to Brindisi! As it turns out, we did have the motor -sail the whole way, for two reasons: (Click to Read More...)