ATLANTIC CROSSING

"Enormous wintery rolling waves splashed cripplingly over the bow and on the fly bridge we could feel the surging sea spray freshening our weather beaten faces salting our mouths". - Chef Two Sail

△ Leaving Palma and on our way to sail across the mighty Atlantic

△ Leaving Palma and on our way to sail across the mighty Atlantic

△ Goodbye Palma

△ Goodbye Palma

△ A stunning day in Palma

△ A stunning day in Palma

△ There was going to be continuous sunsets

△ There was going to be continuous sunsets

△ Alone at sea

△ Alone at sea

△ Suddenly its a little rough

△ Suddenly its a little rough

△ A change in weather patterns

△ A change in weather patterns

There are few things in life that make you feel as relaxed as sailing does

There are few things in life that make you feel as relaxed as sailing does

△ Christmas Day celebrations

△ Christmas Day celebrations

△ All crew on deck to share the excitement of catching fish for lunch

△ All crew on deck to share the excitement of catching fish for lunch

△ I think we got one

△ I think we got one

△ Farewell Palma Mallorca

△ Farewell Palma Mallorca

△ The excitement to finally leave after a three week delay

△ The excitement to finally leave after a three week delay

△ A pristine morning in Palma to set sail

△ A pristine morning in Palma to set sail

△ The serenity

△ The serenity

△ Peaceful by myself on the bridge on watch

△ Peaceful by myself on the bridge on watch

△ Stunning sunset leaving the Med

△ Stunning sunset leaving the Med

△ The first few days of the crossing we were hit with rough seas

△ The first few days of the crossing we were hit with rough seas

△ Reading how to sail the Atlantic

△ Reading how to sail the Atlantic

△ Merry Christmas

△ Merry Christmas

△ Christmas ham

△ Christmas ham

△  Jaco and Jim as proud as punch

△ Jaco and Jim as proud as punch

△ Casper teaching me his filleting skills

△ Amy and I enjoying the sun on watch

△ Amy and I enjoying the sun on watch

△ Enjoying watch

△ Enjoying watch

△ Madeira

△ Madeira

Another blissful sunset on the horizon

Another blissful sunset on the horizon

△ The gods of Atlantis

△ The gods of Atlantis

△ An endless ocean

△ An endless ocean

△ Casper the old sea dog loved being at sea, especially fishing

△ Casper the old sea dog loved being at sea, especially fishing

△ Tuna fishing

△ Tuna fishing

△ Casper has done over 20 Atlantic crossings

△ Casper has done over 20 Atlantic crossings

△ Lisa was a talented chef and wonderful company

△ Lisa was a talented chef and wonderful company

△ Breezy today

△ Breezy today

△ Arriving to Antigua

△ Arriving to Antigua

△ Casper and I

△ Casper and I

Sailing back to Europe from The Caribbean

△  Leaving Antigua

△ Leaving Antigua

△  Lots of yachts to avoid

△ Lots of yachts to avoid

△  Relaxing after a busy Caribbean season

△ Relaxing after a busy Caribbean season

△ Megan pleased to be leaving

△ Megan pleased to be leaving

△ Storm on its way

△ Storm on its way

△  Sean sorting out the sails as the weather turns

△ Sean sorting out the sails as the weather turns

△ Enjoying the wild weather

△ Enjoying the wild weather

△ An idyllic way to write

△ An idyllic way to write

△ Splash, bang, boom for a few days

△ Splash, bang, boom for a few days

△  Goodbye Antigua

△ Goodbye Antigua

△  A little too much Rum punch last night

△ A little too much Rum punch last night

△ In my happy place writing

△ In my happy place writing

△  Stunning last day in The Caribbean

△ Stunning last day in The Caribbean

△ It feels more like winter today

△ It feels more like winter today

△ Sean checking the sheets

△ Sean checking the sheets

△ The sound that echoes after hitting a wave is like a bomb exploding

△ The sound that echoes after hitting a wave is like a bomb exploding

△ Smiley loving the rough weather

△ Smiley loving the rough weather

△  A rare gap in the weather half way through crossing making an offering to Neptune

△ A rare gap in the weather half way through crossing making an offering to Neptune

△ Neptune loves red peppers

△ Neptune loves red peppers

△ Fresh Tuna for dinner

△ Fresh Tuna for dinner

△  Eye Eye Captain

△ Eye Eye Captain

△  Wild weather is back

△ Wild weather is back

△ A gap in the weather means time to relax while the sun shines

△ A gap in the weather means time to relax while the sun shines

△ All calm after the storm

△ All calm after the storm

△ A squall of rain resounding bullets

△ A squall of rain resounding bullets

△ Sean enjoying a guest cabin

△ Sean enjoying a guest cabin

△ Round the world race next

△ Round the world race next

△ Yay we are getting closer to Palma and tapas heaven

△ Yay we are getting closer to Palma and tapas heaven

△ The roughest seas so far

△ The roughest seas so far

△  Bang

△ Bang

△ Cold weather sets in again

△ Cold weather sets in again

△ Hold on lads

△ Hold on lads

△ Watch is always good for a chat

△ Watch is always good for a chat

△ A little cold but still the same welcoming site of Palma

△ A little cold but still the same welcoming site of Palma

△  Other yachts have arrived ahead of us

△ Other yachts have arrived ahead of us

△ Two weeks later, land ahoy

△ Two weeks later, land ahoy

Megan will soon be seeing Ben

Megan will soon be seeing Ben

△  A cold day in Palma but a crew dinner means no cooking

△ A cold day in Palma but a crew dinner means no cooking

△ Smiley’s mood reflecting the entire crews

△ Smiley’s mood reflecting the entire crews

 

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