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Back on board

Back on board

With a relatively small group we have left Palmeira. What we were lacking in muscle is made up by good weather. The wind is not too strong and under those circumstances we quickly set sail. With a 12 knots wind in the back we sail into the night on our way to Santiago. Shortly after


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Do-It-Yourself Day

Because everyone on board is participating in the watchsystem, most people know their way around the ship in a few days. So, it is nice to put that up to a test! Today, we sail from São Nicolau to Boa Vista and we have a ‘Do-It-Yourself day’. This means that the guestcrew (to a certain

New adventure on Santiago

New adventure on Santiago

We are always trying to improve our voyages, and also the excursions we do on shore. So, we have tried a few new things on Santiago. We made a longer hike in Serra Malagueta, and discovered a new route over the island. One of the most beautiful discoveries was the Ribeira da Prata, on the

Surrounded by dolphins

Because Cape Verde is situated in the middle of the ocean, we always have a good chance to spot whales. And if there are no whales, at least we see dolphins. Yet, the past few trips were a bit dissapointing with regards to spotting cetaceans. As we were talking about this, we saw a few