At the beginning of August 2016, we left our home port in Humlebæk. The moorings left us as usual, but we went to the Mediterranean. A month later we reached Travemünde. Here the mast was taken off and we sailed into the European river and canal system. Two years later we reached the Mediterranean Sea. The goal of this website is to give family, friends and who, or may be interested, the opportunity to accompany the trip. Here you are welcome to comment, write greetings or ask questions.
We are looking forward to hear from you.
Yes, so we finally left.. Thank you for info about mast transport, it went smooth.We are now at Cassis, with plans to sail to Italy to find a winter port. We hope you get good wind and many good experiences. If you wish, please visit our website https://holmlauritzen.wordpress.com/. The best regards Camilla
Thank you for your prompt and good response, you have been very helpful.
I have called and talked to Rainer, a very kind man, we await an offer from him, he should just wonder it, because he will also need a diver compressor delivered. He has recommended that we also investigate Baltica marina in Travemünde, where he also collects.
Nice to hear that it is a beautiful trip there are us waiting.
Once again thank you very much.
We will follow you on your exciting trip.
Nice to read about your trip.
We are leavin May 2018, with our 2 children.
I can read that you got your mast transported down there, we have also thought that we think the mast takes too much space on the boat.
Who did you get hold of and how did you organise it ?
Enjoy the amazing trip, we are looking forward to our trip.
The best regards from the cold Denmark.
Thank you for an exciting blog. We are also dreaming of a trip through Europe, this year we have been through the Göta Canal. It was amazing and would like to go back for 2 years next year to use the boat as we bought 3 mdr before departure so we found out what we would like to do about the trip ... .. looking forward to following your continued journey mvh kaja
Have read your blog with great interest as we are heading in the opposite direction of an Oceanis 361, which we bought here in 2015. We are in Gruissan and in one or two weeks when the weather is a little warmer, we sail to Port San Louis and start the trip north so it can be seen along the way. You can read about our trip on facebook: S / Y Inuk (writes in English for family and friends abroad). Do you have the mast on board? How are you doing? Just a few pictures of how you've fixed it. Sincerely. Claus and Chui Ping.
We are also in Maastricht (with SARA IV Yellow Bridge No. 211) and visit the 1 boat a week in December.
Kerstin & Morgan Olsson
Thank you for your greeting.
The master plan is to sail on the European river and canal system for the Mediterranean.
We "stand on" the system at Lübeck, sail through Germany, Holland, Belgium France and reach the Mediterranean Sea at Port St. Louis, located a little west of Marseilles.
The trip can be done on the 1 month, but we expect to spend more because we would like to stay if we find some nice places along the way.
We still do not quite know what we do when we reach the Mediterranean.
The possibilities are many.
Maybe we win on the boat or sail further south to Spain or rent a house in southern Spain and spend the winter there or go home.
Time will show
Here you can ask us questions, send us a message or just a little greeting.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Carl & Pia