haiti and dominican republic A quite dramatic departure from Ocho Rios left us indecisive about where to go next. So we just kept sailing. Direction : something northeast with a tendency to south. Frustrated about the last two destinations, tired of being at sea for more than a month and deeply longing to be on … Continue reading How To Survive Sailing The Caribbean Sea During Coronavirus Lockdown – Part 5
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Cuba and Jamaica Leaving the Cayman Sandbank we faced again no wind towards the east and a current against us. We head north. On Friendship they made the decision to sail to Cuba, Cabo Cruz, as there would be no opportune winds during the upcoming days. As we heard of Cuba’s helpfulness in the global … Continue reading Trying To Reach Land While The World Is Under Lockdown – Stuck At the Caribbean Sea During Coronavirus Pandemic – Part 4
We left Roatan Island on Friday, 27.3. with the sun rising. Sailing with the wind towards the east we enjoyed the calm morning, sitting together and preparing food. Peeling roasted cocoa beans and chatting a bit, a terrible noise startled us. Not knowing for a moment what had happened but aware that something was wrong … Continue reading Sailing the Caribbean Sea in Times of Coronavirus Crisis – Part 2