We visited on the island of Norderney on our Suwena’s sailing voyage in the summer of 2013. Norderney is one of Frisian islands belongs to Germany. The island seemed to be a busy holiday resort even if the summer season
Helgoland is the only island of Germany on open sea and it’s a worthwhile place to make a visit. We spent a few days in Helgoland during the summer sailing of 2013. Most of the visitors arrive on ships to
The sailing video of our journey to Hamburg got just ready to upload for the Father’s Day. I wish you my lovely husband Andrus and my father Heikki and all the fathers everywhere very good Father’s Day from Ipswich, the
Suwena was sailing from the Baltic Sea to the North Sea through the Kiel canal in May 2013. Join us to the canal voyage with our sailing video.
Last summer was very memorable and full of fun when sailing with Suwena from Germany, through the Netherlands, Belgium and France to the UK. The sailing videoserie of season 2013 is started by the video of Kappeln on Schlei.
Our friends Tuovi and Teemu from S/Y Saraste joined Suwena’s crew on the autumn sailing trip. As guest bloggers here is their story about our voyage to London. We were invited by Eve and Andrus to the autumn sailing trip
On Saturday afternoon when we were ready to leave Dover the air was feeling hot and humid. In addition the weather forecast predicted thunderstorms that had not yet arrived. Fortunately Andrus checked the weather radar before our departure. The major
On a 70 nautical mile voyage from Brighton to Dover we were sailing under the gennaker for about 20 miles. The local boats searched for better winds by hugging the white limestone cliffs. For us however these were unknown waters
We again enjoyed hot sunshine after departing from the Beaulieu river on Monday afternoon. Of course we only managed to sail for a few miles before the wind died altogether. We have made jokes to Brits that now their big
On Sunday we were sailing with hundreds of other boats on the Solent. Our destination was Buckler’s Hard marina on the inviting Beaulieu river. The sailing turned out to be a good practise on COLREGS navigational rules because there were