By now I’ve spent about five weeks in the harbour of Las Palmas! Who would have thought this 2 months ago? No regrets! Leaving the previous boat was the best decision I have ever made. This change of course has only brought good things. It made me found boat SeaYa with captain Rudy from, Read More
Pontoon L in Muelle Deportivo de Las Palmas has been fishing. For plastic.
Did you know? That … Shark fishing is the biggest illegal industry, after cocaine. Sharks don’t eat us. We eat the sharks!
I stepped of the boat, just before taking off for the Atlantic crossing. I just had a strange feeling about it.
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5 days at sea And the sea legs are on!