Tag Archive: Cirrus

Cirrus’ own Beaufort scale

Fortunately for us, some of the illustrations are based on pure imagination and not personal experience.   Advertisements

Cartagena, a la orden

The navigation from Los Roques to Cartagena was okay until we reached the point of Barranquilla, where we experienced the worst conditions of this trip so far. With about 30knots of constant wind… Continue reading

Just arrived in Cartagena

It took Cirrus four days to sail 600nm from Los Roques to Cartagena with a last windy and wavy night under storm jib. Anchored in front of el Club Nautico we have an… Continue reading

Atlantic here we come!

We are off for 2520 nautical miles from El Hierro to Marie Galante in the Caribbean! Cirrus is full and crew’s spirits are high. It looks like we will have a pretty windy… Continue reading

Cirrus au port

Cirrus at sea and Cirrus in the harbour are two different things. At sea everything must have its place, safely secured so that it won’t fly off and land in a crash on… Continue reading

Cirrus loves sailing – Lisboa to la Graciosa

We arrived in La Graciosa on the 6th of October after five days of really cool sailing. The first three days the north easterly wind was quite strong so we tested Cirrus’ downwind… Continue reading

Summer in the UK

A BBQ in Hamble onboard Cirrus during the summer of 2016. This is a little sample of the last page of the comic drawn. Still a lot of work to draw it all!

Portugal

I am now writing from the island of La Graciosa, in Canarias, where we arrived a few days ago after five days of sailing from Lisboa. The trip has somehow slowed down a… Continue reading

Obrigado Portugal

We were here for a while. Yet we did not find time to tell you our portuguese stories. We ll do that once we reach la Graciosa. We are sailing off this afternoon.… Continue reading

Exploring the Rías of Galicia

I am writing now as we sail amongst the Isla Cies, where according to the Guardian there is “the most beautiful beach in the world”. We tried it, it is good. But the… Continue reading