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Day's Run Summer 2015

Day’s Run – August 4, 2015

Under the cover of fog we sailed our way into Rose Bay this morning, tacking about 5 times before dropping anchor at approx 1130. Wouldn’t you know, as soon as we did the fog lifted long enough to see land – where yesterday there was none, we are surrounded once again. The rest of today […]

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Day's Run Summer 2015

Day’s Run – August 1, 2015

We are once again under way only this time every mile we sail we draw closer to home. Preparing for entering colder waters we went through a full set of emergency procedure drills including donning immersion suits. Just before lunch we broke back into sea watches with Starboard taking 12-6 and Port 6-12. The afternoon […]

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Day's Run Summer 2015

Day’s Run – July 31, 2015

Taking down a sail is always an interesting project. This time the work had a ring of permanence as both the mains’l and mizzen topmast stays’l will not make an appearance again, other than for maintenance, until the ship gets ready to leave on the Trans Atlantic Voyage in early October. On the sailing side […]

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Day's Run Summer 2015

Day’s Run – July 30, 2015

Work one day and small boat sail one day – that is what today and tomorrow are set aside for. After rigging both Monomoy and Sea Never Dry this morning Port watch sailed off for a day of learning how to handle a small sail boat while Starboard watch got to work on a list […]

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World Voyage 5

Nothing Will Ever Be The Same

To say that this voyage feels over, three weeks after arriving back in Lunenburg, 14 months after the voyage began, would be a falsehood. To say that anyone who was crew during the 5th World Circumnavigation Voyage can yet explain what we saw, what we felt, what we experienced, would be untrue. The Captain warned […]