19 months, 558 days… 20 “countries” and 12 different time zones… 7 sailing boats, 19 flight connection, Tens of trains and countless buses… Plus a very special Rickshaw: Delilah! These are only some numbers recalling the incredible adventures of the Wave of Destiny I learned many things from meditation to open my heart to […]
Back on Land.. is that the right wave?
Since my last post many things have happened: many positive, but also some very bad signs that made me really wonder and think twice on the decisions taken… Dropped once for all my hopes to join Wylde Swan in sailing the Caribbean, I accepted the generous proposal from Luis to stay on board few days more with him and the amazing new friends from Atlanta. Mike and Kristin are expert paraglider up to the point that Mike had his year off to paraglide around the world. His passion is aviation
The Vagabond of the Oceans and the Dutch Lady
His name is Marco and he’s sailing solo since 23 years.Saturn is the name of his boat and home. She’s 7.20 meter long and more than 40 years old: a simple glaze at her transmit a feeling of adventure and when I listen to the stories from Marco I feel like being in the movie “The Life of Pi”. But let’s start from where I left you…The stop in Point a Pietre, Guadaloupe, with Wind Whispers gave us the good encounter with a cool French couple friend of Luis. Laurent and Anne Marie are living on
Sailing with Dreamers
This chapter is dedicated to all the people who have dreams, whatever they are, and to those who try to pursue them, no matter the result at least it worth to try! At the moment I’m living with people who made of their dreams their real life.. The arrival in Antigua has been celebrated with a proper lunch flooded with rum punch and followed by a long night out partying and meeting new folks, most of them crew of the yatching world.. The first night out becomes the rule and soon English
Sailing the Atlantic Ocean ! ! !
Land! It’s the morning of 16th December when, after 16 days from the start in Last Palmas, Nina and us are finally entering the port of Antigua! Even if we had far less wind than we hoped, living on board a sailing boat in the middle of the ocean under an unpolluted sky of stars every night has been a unique and unforgettable experience! With everyone hoping to beat last year’s time to reach Antigua, I must admit I’m happy that this long dreamed adventure lasted a couple of days more. But