At sea again. Finally. As much as I love to explore new lands, I am still a sailor and I love to be at sea. We got stuck a few days because the ocean swell was too high for the marina to open. At the day of departure we moved the boat to the customs pontoon, cleared out and followed the pilot through Bouregreg river to the open sea. We chose a Western course at first to stay clear of the plenty of unmarked fishing nets and unlit fishing boats closer to shore.Read More
Maik's Navigation Corner - How to Skipper a Boat
As opposed to Michelle’s Logbook, that is written in English, Maik’s Logbook provides the skipper’s perspective, in German, to make it easier for our German readers. Use Google Translate or an built-in translation program to read Maik’s Logbook in your native language.
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It is a pity that so many sailors sail past Morocco for very different reasons. I guess, Morocco still needs to work on its reputation and we are willing to help :-) The best way to find out more about our stay in Morocco is to watch our videos on our YouTube channel. We also published an ‘approach video’ in our series “Maik’s Nav Corner” that gives some guidance in how to approach Marina Bouregreg on a sailboat.Read More
We continue to move South on a downwind course, round Cabo Raso in the early morning. We are too early to enter Rio Tejo at daylight and with rising tide, so we anchor near Cascais before continuing the approach into Rio Tejo.Read More