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sailing colombia to panama

Location: The open sea!, Caribbean


Relaxing in the outdoor living area getting ready to leave

The sailboat in Cartagena just before we left. Its called AWAB (all women are beautiful)

View from our bed

Sunset at the Rosario islands

Sunset

Its starting to get a bit rough! This was only beginning of the night of hell- waves of nearly 10 metres no sleep for 36 hours, loss of navigation system, a shredded sail and a broken rudder. Terrifying but interesting weŽll write details in the journal soon!

Timmy Mallet relaxing on deck

Me steering at dawn, the boat was still almost uncontrollable but we were through the worst of it and daylight made everything seem better somehow. By this point my eyes were closing on their own after having no sleep all night and i was covered in sweat.

Just after i took this a huge wave came right across the boat and soaked me to the skin, this was the first thing that made us think this is not fun anymore

Finally into the shelter of the San Blas islands (Panama). We anchored here for the night after 36 hours of hell. After inspecting the damage we all opened a beer despite it being 10 in the morning.

Its getting better



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The sailboat in Cartagena just before we left. Its called AWAB (all women are beautiful)

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Relaxing in the outdoor living area getting ready to leave

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Sunset at the Rosario islands

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View from our bed

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Sunset

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Timmy Mallet relaxing on deck

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Its starting to get a bit rough! This was only beginning of the night of hell- waves of nearly 10 metres no sleep for 36 hours, loss of navigation system, a shredded sail and a broken rudder. Terrifying but interesting weŽll write details in the journal soon!

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Just after i took this a huge wave came right across the boat and soaked me to the skin, this was the first thing that made us think this is not fun anymore

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Me steering at dawn, the boat was still almost uncontrollable but we were through the worst of it and daylight made everything seem better somehow. By this point my eyes were closing on their own after having no sleep all night and i was covered in sweat.

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Its getting better

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Finally into the shelter of the San Blas islands (Panama). We anchored here for the night after 36 hours of hell. After inspecting the damage we all opened a beer despite it being 10 in the morning.