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We did it! We sailed Las Palmas – Cape Verde – St. Lucia! 7 days + 17 days out on the ocean! Here’s a photo story.

Update: Find an update on this post and much more on boat-hitchhiking, sailing, ocean adventure travel and conservation on theOceanpreneur.com. I’m migrating all my content to a new splashing site. Adventure time! October 9 I hopped on boat ‘Eau Too.’ An 57 foot Black Sea Yacht built in 2007 and refitted by the current owner, Read More

Update: Find an update on this post and much more on boat-hitchhiking, sailing, ocean adventure travel and conservation on theOceanpreneur.com. I’m migrating all my content to a new splashing site. For those curious to learn more about how this whole hitch-sailing thing works. This post can help you going on a island hopping sail, Read More

This post has been moved to the new website (Oceanpreneur). Read the updated version here. I’m back on the Atlantic Ocean. Again. Back to blue, breathing sea, stimulus stop, facing the elements, learning ropes! This time in a completely different setting. A boat and crew more than double the size of SeaYa, different route, different weather,, Read More

WE HAVE ARRIVED! One week ago we set foot in Tobago. Safe and sound we crossed the Atlantic ocean. We = Captain Rudy, Noor and I on the sailing boat Sea-Ya from Breda, Holland. I LOVED the experience and would definitely do it again, the hitchsailing way or maybe on my own boat? I have sooooo many cool photos, videos, tips, Read More

20 Januari 2015. From the Ocean Xploration pen+book diary.  2.AM “Wake up, little Suuuzie, wake up!” Noor sings me awake. Time to start my night watch.

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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

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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!

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I stepped of the boat, just before taking off for the Atlantic crossing. I just had a strange feeling about it.