Sail as paying crew/share expences on S/Y Jennifer - a 50' Beneteau Oceanis 500

 

2020 - Sailing from Stockholm to the Mediterranean

S/Y Jennifer cruising in good winds. Note the popular deckcusions.

Below is the sailplan for 2021 and 2022  from Stockholm.


onth   Date Place/harbor  N Miles Crewchange
Monday May 2021 31 Crew arrive Stockholm 0 Crew arrive
June 2021 1 Sail Stockholm to Sandhamn 30  
  2 Layday Sandhamn 0  
  3 Sail to Huvudskär 30  
  4 Sail to Fårö, Gotland 62  
  5 Layday Fårö 0  
  6 Sail to Visby, Gotland 36  
Monday June 2021 7 Layday Visby 0  
  8 Sail to Byxelkrok, Öland 40  
  9 Sail to Borgholm, Öland 30  
  10 Layday Borgholm 0  
  11 Sail to Utklippan 60  
  12 Sail to Chistiansö, Denmark 40  
  13 Sail to Bornholm, Denmark 15  
Monday June 2021 14 Sail to Skanör-Falsterbo 75  
  15 Layday Skanör 0 Possible Crewchange
  16 Sail to Cobenhaven, Denmark 20  
  17 Layday Cobenhaven 0  
  18 Sail to Torekov, Skåne  46  
  19 Layday Torekov 0  
  20 Sail to Anholt, Denmark 40  
Monday June 2021 21 Layday Anholt or sail to Läsö 0  
  22 Sail to Marstrand, Bohuslän 70  
  23 Layday Marstrand 0 Possible Crewchange
  24 Cruise Bohuslän archipelago 135  
Midsummer 2021 25 Perhaps Smögen 0  
Midsummer 2021 26 Perhaps Kärringön 0  
  27 Perhaps Fjällbacka 0  
Monday June 2021 28 Perhaps Väderöarna 0  
  29 Strömstad 0 Possible Crewchange
  30 Koster 0  
July 2021 1 Sail to Norway 45  
  2 Cruise Norweigen south coast 110  
  3 Cruise Norweigen south coast 0  
  4 Arr Farsund, Norway 0  
Monday July 2021 5 Sail to Edinburgh, Scottland 350  
  6 Sail 0  
  7 Sail 0  
  8 Sail 0  
  9 Arr Edinburgh, Scotland 0  
  10 Layday Edinburgh 0 Possible Crewchange
  11 Layday Edinburgh 0  
Monday July 2021 12 Sail to Inverness, Scottland 200  
  13 Cross Caledonai Canal 50 NM 25  
  14 Motor and sail Caledonian Canal 25  
  15 Arrive Oban, Scottish westcoast 27  
  16 Layday Oban 0 Possible Crewchange
  17 Sail to Tobermory  25  
  18 Sail to Donan Castle at Dornie 50  
Monday July 2021 19 Sail to Portree Skye or Rona 20  
  20 Sail to Stornoway, Hebrides 40  
  21 Layday Stornoway 0  
  22 Sail to Loch Bhrollum 20  
  23 Sail to Leverburgh 25  
  24 Possible sail to St Kilda group 50  
  25 Layday St Kilda 0  
Monday July 2021 26 Sail to Castlebay, Barra island 60  
  27 End of the Hebrides    
  28 Sail to Oban 75 Possible Crewchange
  29 Sail Crinan Canal to Tarbert 15  
  30 Sail to Campbeltown, Kentyre 25  
  31 Sail to Belfast, Norhern Ireland 50  
aug-21 1 Layday Belfast 0  
Monday Aug 2021 2 Layday Belfast 0 Possible Crewchange
  3 Sail to Douglas, Isle of Man 75  
  4 Layday Douglas, Isle of Man 0  
  5 Sail to Dublin, Ireland 80  
  6 Arr Dublin 0  
  7 Layday Dublin 0  
  8 Layday Dublin 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday Aug 2021 9 Sail to Bishop Rock, England 200  
  10 Sail 0  
  11 Sail 0  
  12 Arr Bishop Rock 0  
  13 Layday Bishop Rock 0  
  14 Sail to Ushant, France 100  
  15 Sail 0  
Monday Aug 2021 16 Arr Ushant 0  
  17 Cross Bay of Biscay 335  
  18 Sail 0  
  19 Sail 0  
  20 Sail 0  
  21 Arr La Coruna, Spain 0  
  22 Layday La Coruna 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday Aug 2021 23 Sail to Cabo Finistere 65  
  24 Sail to Porto,Portugal 105  
  25 Layday Porto 0  
  26 Sail to Cascais Lisbon Portugal 150  
  27 Layday Cascais and Lisbon 0  
  28 Sail to Lagos, Algarve Portugal 125  
  29 Layday Lagos 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday Aug 2021 30 Sail to Villamora, Algarve coast 25  
  31 Sail to Cadiz, Spain 90  
sep-21 1 Layday Cadiz 0  
  2 Sail to Tarife, Spain 55  
  3 Layday Tarife 0  
  4 Sail to Gibraltar 15  
  5 Layday Gibraltar 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday Sept 2021 6 Sail to Sotogrande, Spain 12  
  7 Sail to Estpona, Spain 10  
  8 Layday Estepona 0  
  9 Sail to Marbella, Spain 14  
  10 Layday Marbella 0  
  11 Sail to Malaga, Spain 30  
  12 Layday Malaga 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday Sept 2021 13 Sail to Almeria, Spain 100  
  14 Arr Alemeria 0  
  15 Sail to Cartagena, Spain 95  
  16 Arr Cartagena 0  
  17 Sail to Alicante, Spain 60  
  18 Sail to Calpe, Spain 30  
  19 Sail to Formentera, Balearic Is 65  
Monday Sept 2021 20 Layday Formentera 0  
  21 Sail to ibizza, Balearic Islands 10  
  22 Sail to Palma, Mallorca 70  
  23 Layday Palma 0 Possible Crewchange
  24 Layday Palma Bay 5  
  25 Sail to Soller, Mallorca 35  
  26 Sail to Cabo Formentor/Pollenca 35  
Monday Sept 2021 27 Sail to Menorca, Balearic Islands 34  
  28 Cruise around Menorca 45  
  29 Cruise around Menorca 0  
  30 Cruise around Menorca 0  
Oct 2021 1 Sail back to Palma and cruise 100  
  2 Cruise Bay of Palma 0 Possible Crewchange
  3 Cruise Bay of Palma 0  
Monday Oct 2021 4 Sail to Ibizza and Formentera 60  
  5 Layday Ibizza or Formentera 0  
  6 Layday Ibizza or Formentera 0  
  7 Sail to Calpe Spain mainland 60  
  8 Sail to Cartagena, Spain 90  
  9 Arr Cartagena 0 Possible Crewchange
  10 Sail to Malaga, Spain 180  
Monday Oct 2021 11 Arr Malaga 0  
  12 Sail to Estepona, Spain 0  
  13 Estepona layday 0  
  14 Sail to Ceuta, Africa 30  
  15 Ceuta layday 0  
  16 Layday Gibraltar 0 Possible Crewchange
  17 Sail to Rabat, Morocco 150  
Monday Oct 2021 18 Sail 0  
  19 Layday Rabat 0  
  20 Layday Rabat 0  
  21 Sailt to Lanzarote Canary Islands 500  
  22 Sail 0  
  23 Sail 0  
  24 Sail 0  
Monday Oct 2021 25 Sail 0  
  26 Arr Lanzarote Canary Islands 0  
  27 Cruise Canary islands 14 days 500 Possible Crewchange
  28 Fuerteventura 0  
  29   0  
  30 Gran Canaria 0  
  31   0  
Monday  Nov 2021 1 Tenerife 0  
  2   0  
  3 Gomera 0  
  4   0  
  5 Hierro  0  
  6   0  
  7  La Palma 0  
Monday Nov 2021 8
0  
  9 Tenerife 0
  10
0
  11 Arr Las Palmas Grand Canaria 0

12 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  13 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  14 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday  Nov 2021 15 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  16 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  17 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  18 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  19 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  20 Layday Las Palmas 0 Possible Crewchange
  21 Start ARC to St Lucia 2700  
Monday  Nov 2021 22 Sail across the Atlantic 0  
  23 Sail 0  
  24 Sail 0  
  25 Sail 0  
  26 Sail 0  
  27 Sail 0  
  28 Sail 0  
Monday  Nov 2021 29 Sail 0  
  30 Sail 0  
Wednesday Dec 2021 1 Sail 0  
  2 Sail 0  
  3 Sail 0  
  4 Sail 0  
  5 Sail 0  
Monday  Dec 2021 6 Sail 0  
  7 Sail 0  
  8 Sail 0  
  9 Arr St Lucia, Westindies 0  
  10 Layday Rodney Bay St Lucia 0 Possible Crewchange
  11 Layday Rodney Bay St Lucia 0 Possible Crewchange
  12 Sail to Pitons St Lucia 15  
Monday  Dec 2021 13 Sail to Bequia 53  
  14 Layday Bequia 0  
  15 Sail to Mustique 12  
  16 Sail to Tobago Cays 18  
  17 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  18 Sail to Union island or Sandy Is 10  
  19 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 10  
Monday  Dec 2021 20 Sail to St Georg Grenada 32  
  21 Layday St Georg 0 Possible Crewchange
  22 Sail to Tobago Cays 45  
  23 Sail to Bequia 25  
Christmas 24 Layday Bequia 0  
Christmas 25 Sail to Mustique 12  
  26 Sail to Tobago Cays 18  
Monday  Dec 2021 27 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  28 Sail to Union island 5 Possible Crewchange
  29 Sail to Sandy island or PSV 10  
  30 Sail to Bequia 35  
New Year evening 31 Layday Bequia 0  
Sat Jan 2022 1 Sail to Mustique 12  
  2 Sail to Tobago Cays 18  
Monday Jan 2022 3 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  4 Sail to Union island or Mayreau 5  
  5 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 10  
  6 Sail to St Georg Grenada 32  
  7 Layday St Georg 0 Possible Crewchange
  8 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 32  
  9 Sail to Tobago Cays 13  
Monday Jan 2022 10 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  11 Sail to Mayreau 5  
  12 Sail to Bequia 20  
  13 Layday Bequia 0  
  14 Sail to Pitons St Lucia 53  
  15 Sail to Rodney Bay St Lucia 15  
  16 Layday Rodney Bay St Lucia 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday Jan 2022 17 Sail to Le Marin Martinique 23  
  18 Sail to Fort de France Martinique 22  
  19 Layday Fort de France 0  
  20 Sail to St Pierre, Martinique 15  
  21 Sail to Roseau, Dominica 35  
  22 Layday Roseau 0  
  23 Sail to Fort de France 50  
Monday Jan 2022 24 Layday Fort de France 0 Possible Crewchange
  25 Sail to Rodney Bay, St Lucia 32  
  26 Sail to Pitons St Lucia 15  
  27 Sail to Bequia 53  
  28 Layday Bequia 0  
  29 Sail to Mustique 12  
  30 Sail to Tobago Cays 18  
Monday Jan 2022 31 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
feb-22 1 Sail to Union island or Sandy Is 10  
  2 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 10  
  3 Sail to St Georg Grenada 32  
  4 Layday St Georg 0 Possible Crewchange
  5 Sail Grenada south coast 15  
  6 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 45  
Monday Feb 2022 7 Sail to Tobago Cays 13  
  8 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  9 Sail to Mayreau 5  
  10 Sail to Bequia 20  
  11 Layday Bequia 0 Possible Crewchange
  12 Sail to St Vincent 10  
  13 Layday St Vincent 0  
Monday Feb 2022 14 Sail to Mustique Blues Festival 20  
  15 Mustique Blues Festival 0  
  16 Mustique Blues Festival 0  
  17 Sail to Tobago Cays 18  
  18 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  19 Sail to Union island or Mayreau 5  
  20 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 10  
Monday Feb 2022 21 Sail to St Georg Grenada 32  
  22 Layday St Georg 0 Possible Crewchange
  23 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 32  
  24 Sail to Tobago Cays 13  
  25 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  26 Sail to Mayreau 5  
  27 Sail to Bequia 20  
Monday Feb 2022 28 Layday Bequia 0  
March 2022 1 Sail to Pitons St Lucia 53  
  2 Sail to Rodney Bay St Lucia 15  
  3 Layday Rodney Bay St Lucia 0 Possible Crewchange
  4 Sail to Pitons St Lucia 15  
  5 Sail to Bequia 53  
  6 Layday Bequia 0  
Monday March 2022 7 Sail to Mustique 12  
  8 Sail to Tobago Cays 18  
  9 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  10 Sail to Union island or Sandy Is 10  
  11 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 10  
  12 Sail to St Georg Grenada 32  
  13 Layday St Georg 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday March 2022 14 Sail to Sandy island Carriacou 32  
  15 Sail to Tobago Cays 13  
  16 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  17 Sail to Mayreau 5  
  18 Sail to Bequia 20  
  19 Layday Bequia 0  
  20 Sail to Pitons St Lucia 53  
Monday March 2022 21 Sail to Rodney Bay St Lucia 15  
  22 Layday Rodney Bay St Lucia 0 Possible Crewchange
  23 Sail to Pitons St Lucia 15  
  24 Sail to Bequia 53  
  25 Layday Bequia 0  
  26 Sail to Mustique 12  
  27 Sail to Tobago Cays 18  
Monday March 2022 28 Layday Tobago Cays 0  
  29 Sail to Union island or Sandy Is 10  
  30 Arr Rodney Bay St Lucia 0  
  31 Layday Rodney Bay, St Lucia 0 Possible Crewchange
apr-22 1 Sail to Martinique 35  
  2 Layday Martinique 0  
  3 Sail to St Pierre, Martinique 15  
Monday April 2022 4 Sail to Dominica  35  
  5 Layday Dominica 0  
  6 Sail to Portsmouth, Dominica 17  
  7 Sail to Les Saintes, Guadeloupe 20  
  8 Sail to Pointe-a-Pitre 22  
  9 Sail to Deshaies, Guadeloupe 50  
  10 Sail to English Harbor Antigua 40  
Monday April 2022 11 Layday Anglish harbor 0 Possible Crewchange
  12 Sail to Green harbor, Antigua 12  
  13 Sail to Barbuda 35  
  14 Layday Barbuda 0  
  15 Sail to Nevis 50  
  16 Layday Nevis 0  
  17 Sail to St Kitt 10  
Monday April 2022 18 Sail to St Eustatia 20  
  19 Sail to Saba 15  
  20 Layday Saba 0  
  21 Sail to St Barth 27  
  22 Layday St Barth 0  
  23 Sail to St Martin 17  
  24 Layday St Martin 0 Possible Crewchange
Monday April 2022 25 Sail to St Croix, US Virgin Is 90  
  26 Layday St Croix 0  
  27 Sail to Virgin Gorda, BVI 50  
  28 Cruise British Virgin Islands 50  
  29 Cruise British Virgin Islands 0  
  30 Cruise British Virgin Islands 0  
May 2022  1 Cruise British Virgin Islands 0  
Monday May 2022 2 Cruise British Virgin Islands 0  
  3 Sail to St Johan US Virgin Island 15  
  4 Sail to St Thomas, US Virgin Is 12  
  5 Layday St Thomas 0 Possible Crewchange
  6 Sail to La Culebra, Spanich Vi 20  
  7 Sail to San Juan, Puerto Rico 50  
  8 Layday San Juan 0  
Monday May 2022 9 Sail to Samana Dom Republic 180  
  10 Sail 0  
  11 Arr Samana 0  
  12 Sail to Turks & Caicos 190  
  13 Sail 0  
  14 Arr CockburnTurks & Caicos 0  
  15 Cruise Turks & Caicos 0  
Monday May 2022 16 Cruise Turks & Caicos 0  
  17 Sail to Georgtown, Great Exuma 225  
  18 Sail with stops 0  
  19 Sail with stops 0  
  20 Sail with stops 0  
  21 Arr Georgtown 0 Possible Crewchange
  22 Sail to Staniel Cay 50  
Monday May 2022 23 Layday Staniel Cay 0  
  24 Sail to Norman Cay 35  
  25 Sail to Nassau New Providence 50  
  26 Layday Nassau 0 Possible Crewchange
  27 Sail to Chub Cay Berry Island 30  
  28 Sail to North Bimini  100  
  29 Arr North Bimini 0  
Monday May 2022 30 Sail to Ft Lauderdale 50  
  31 Layday Ft Lauderdale 0  
June 2022 1 Layday Ft Lauderdale 0 Possible Crewchange
  2 Sail to Freeport Grand Bahama 75  
  3 Layday Freeport 0  
  4 Sail to Abaco 85  
  5 Sail to Marsh Harbor Abaco 55  
Monday June 2022 6 Layday and clear out 0  
  7 Sail to Bermuda 740  
  8 Sail 0  
  9 Sail 0  
  10 Sail 0  
  11 Sail 0  
  12 Arr St Georg Bermuda 0  
Monday June 2022 13 Layday St Georg Bermuda 0 Possible Crewchange
  14 Layday St Georg Bermuda 0 Possible Crewchange
  15 Sail to Horta, Azores 1800  
  16 Sail 0  
  17 Sail 0  
  18 Sail 0  
  19 Sail 0  
Monday June 2022 20 Sail 0  
  21 Sail 0  
  22 Sail 0  
  23 Sail 0  
  24 Sail 0  
  25 Sail 0  
  26 Sail 0  
Monday June 2022 27 Sail 0  
  28 Arr Horta Azores 0  
  29 Layday Horta 0  
  30 Layday Horta 0 Possible Crewchange
July 2022 1 Layday Horta 0  
  2 Sail to Sao Muquel Azores 150  
  3 Arr Sao Miquel 0  
Monday July 2022 4 Layday Sao Miquel 0  
  5 Sail to Lagos Pottugal 800  
  6 Sail 0  
  7 Sail 0  
  8 Sail 0  
  9 Sail 0  
  10 Sail 0  
Monday July 2022 11 Sail 0  
  12 Arr Lagos Portugal 0 Possible Crewchange
  13 More info to came later.    





Date Place/harbor  N M Crewchange











Stockholm sailcenter Sandhamn in Stockholm archipelago




 

17 Cruising Caribbean, Cuba & Bahamas

2016 Sailing Sweden-Caribbean

2015 Round Nordic countries

2014 Sweden - sailing along its coasts

2011 Pacific Ocean   and 2012 and 2013

2010 The Med, Red Sea & Indian Ocean

2009 Danube/Black Sea/The Med

2008 Mediterranean Sea

2007 Red Sea/Mediterranean Sea

2006 Black Sea/Mediterranean Sea

2005 European canals/Croatia

2002 European canals/Mediterranean Sea   

2001 European canals / Mediterranean Sea

1988-1998. 10 Years Around The World


2015 Nordic sailing

Summer of 2015 Jennifer will, on May 22, sail from Stockholm to Tallin in Estonia and on to St Petersburg in Russia, arriving there May 27. After about 4 days in St Petersburg we will June 2 continue north on the Russian canals to the White Sea during about 20 days, visiting old monasteries and forts. Once in the White Sea we will continue to the city of Archangels. On the Russian part we will be seven other boats, all members of The Swedish Cruising Club, SXK. From Russia on to to Kirkenes and Nordkap in Norway, on to Spetsbergen/Svalbard, cruise there about 10 days, and then back to Lofoten in Norway end of July. During August and beginning September we will cruise the Norweigan coast with its fjords to among other places Trondheim, Ålösund, Bergen and Stavanger. From here on to Skagen in Denmark and then back to Stockholm September 17. We then have sailed around allt the 4 Nordic nations. If interested mail me: lars@yacht-jennifer.nu  

              



2014 Sailing in Sweden

Summer of 2014 Jennifer will, May 24, sail from Stockholm to the northern province of Norrland, and across the arctic circle. We will visit both cities and archipelagos such as, Gävle, Härnösand, the High Coast, Umeå and Luleå. We will be back in Stockholm for midsummer, June 19. After Midsummer, June 23, we will cruise the Stockholm archipelago for almost 3 week till July 14. On July 19 we will, via the Baltic island of Gotland, sail to the Swedish West coast, to Marstrand, arriving there July 26 with a few stops along the way. From July 27 we will cruise the Swedish West coast and southern Norway until end of August when we will sail back to Stockholm, arriving there September 7, 2014. If you are interested mail : lars@yacht-jennifer.nu 

              


The map below is about the 3 year circumnavigation 2010-2013.  

Stilla havskarta 2012

Map of Jennifer's sailing routes during the years 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

 

2011 Pacific Ocean & 2012 & 2013

 

 

2012 - Micronesia, Philippines, Indonesia and Indian Ocean

Jan 2012: Hawaii to Kiribati

Feb 2012: Kiribati to Marshall Islands

March 2012: Micronesia – Phonapei & Truk Lagoon

Apri 2012l: Micronesia - Pulawat & Guam & Yap

May 2012: Palau

June 2012: Philippines

July 2012: Borneo & Indonesia

Aug 2012: Bali & Christmas Island & Cocos Keeling

Sept 2012:  Chagos & Rodriquez

Oct 2012: Mauritius & Reunion & Madagascar

Nov 2012: South Africa - Durban & Port Elisabeth & Cape Town

Dec 2012: Across S Atlantic & St Helena

 

2013 - Brazil, Caribbean, US East Coast, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Faro Islands to Stockholm

Jan 2013: Brazil - Recife & Natal & Fortaleza & Belem

Feb 2013: French Guyana & Surinam & Trinidad

March 2013: Caribbean – St Lucia & Martinique & Antigua

April 2013: Caribbean – Virgin Islands & Puerto Rico & Bahamas

May 2013: US East Coast - Intercoastal Waterway: Savannah & Charleston

June 2013: US East Coast - Chesapeake Bay & Washington & Annapolis

July 2013: US East Coast - N Y & Boston & Maine & Nova Scotia

Aug 2013:  Greenland and Iceland

Sept 2013: Faro Islands, Scotland, Denmark & Stockholm.


Detailed plan for 2012 an 2013

PUSH ABOVE TO GET TO THE ITINERARY!!!!!! 

 

 

2010 The Med, Red Sea & Indian Ocean

Time schedule 2010: The Med, Red Sea and Indian Ocean

June 2010: The Med (Tukey, Cypres, Lebanon and Israel)

July 2010: Red Sea (Egypt, Sudan, Erirea and Yemen)

August 2010: Gulf of Aden (Yemen, Oman and Dubai)

September 2010: India (Mumbai/Bombay, Goa and Cochin)

October 2010: The Maldives and Chagos atoll

November 2010: Sri Lanka and sail to Phuket, Thailand

December 2010: Phuket, Krabi and Burma

 

 

 

 

Yacht Jennifer will start sailing May 30 from Marmaris, Turkey. We will cruise the Turkish south coast during 12 days and June 12 sail from Alanya to Kyrenia in north Cypres (the Turkish part). After Cypres we sail June 17 to Beirut, Lebanona where we will stay a few days. From there June 24 to Haifa and Tel Aviv in Israel where we will stay one week all in all with excursions to Jerusalem, the Deas Sea and other places. June 30 we sail to Port Suez and the Suez Canal. 

Distance between Marmaris, Turkey and Fineke, Turkey is about ca 100 NM.

Distance between Fineke and Antalya is abt 50 NM.

Distance between Antalya and Alanya is abt 75 NM.

Distance between Antalya, Turkey and Kyrenia, Cypres is abt 100 NM.

Distance between Kyrenia and Beirut, Lebanon is abt 175 NM.

Distance between Beirut and Haifa, Israel is abt 65 NM.

Distance between Haifa and Tel Aviv, both in Israel is abt 50 NM.

Distance between Tel Aviv and Port Said, Egypt is abt 150 NM.

We will sail approx 765 NM in the Med.

During six days we will be in the Suez Canal, which is abt 75 NM long. The crossing takes 2 full days, 1 day to Ismailya and 1 day to Port Suez. We will stop in Ismailya in the middle othe Canal at its very nice yacht club and visit Cairo and the Pyramids.  On July 7 we will sail nonstop from Port Suez to Hurgada Marina in Egypt, a distance of abt 200 NM. 

Suez Canal

We will spend about one month in the Red Sea; in Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Yemen.

There will be lot's of diving/snorkeling and opportunities for excursions at land; From Hurghada to Luxor and Aswan/Abu Simbel, and from Massawa to Asmara and Keren. We will stop in Hurghada, Port Safaga, Port Ghalib/Marsa Alam, Suakin/Port Sudan, Massawa and Hodeidah and many marsas/bays and anchorges.

Please realize that it can be very hot in the Red Sea during summer. Temperature can reach 45 degrees (or even 50) Centigrade and normal temp is between 30-40 C. Water temp is about 28-30 C. Jennifer has no air con but fans in all cabins and big suntents covering the whole boat. When we sail or motorsail the wind will cool us though. Just so you are aware of the temperature.

Distance between Port Suez and Hurgada, Egypten is abt 200 NM (abt 2 days sail).

Distance between Hurghada and Safaga is abt 90 NM.

Distance between Safaga and Port Ghalib/Marsa Alam, both in Egypt, is abt 90 NM.

Distance between Port Ghalib, Egypt, to Suakin, south of Port Sudan, Sudan, is abt 425 NM (will ancor along the way)

Distance between Suakin, Sudan, to Massawa, Etiopia, is abt 250 NM (we will ancor along the way).

Distance between Massawa, Etiopia and Hodeidah, Yemen is abt 220 NM (we will ancor along the way).

Distance between Hodeidah, Yemen to Aden, Yemen is abt 250 NM (abt 2 days sail).

This means that the distance in Red Sea from Port Suez to Aden is abt 1 300 NM. 

Röda Havet ny

After Aden we will during August sail - in convoy or under protection from the many war vessels - along Yemeni coast to Oman and Dubai in the Persian Bay. From here in September to India.

If circumstances allow, we will stay in the ports mentioned below. However, if convoys or warships decide otherwise we will follow their instructions.

Distance between Aden and Mukalla is abt 300 NM (abt 2 days sail).

Distance between Mukalla and Salalah, Oman, is abt 300 NM (abt 2-3 days sail).

Distance between Salalah and Muscat, both in Oman, is abt 650 NM (abt 5 days sail).

Distance between Muscat, Oman and Dubai is abt 300 NM (abt 2 days sail).

The total distance between Aden and Dubai is thus abt 1 300 NM.

During August the South West monsoon is still blowing rather strong, galeforce winds might occur. But the wind is from behind, normaly a reach. This fact, i e the strong wind, is a good thing from a possible pirate attack point of view. Pirate activity goes down considerably during the strong South West monsoon.  I am in contact with the Swedish navy as well as the USA 5th fleet in the area. The Swedish navy will operate in the Gulf of Aden-area from April to August 2010 (possible longer). We might have armed escort onboard for the Yemeni stretch.

I have also put out a notice on www.noonsite.com regarding forming a convoy in the Gulf of Aden in August. In Djibouti the French navy has its HQ and in the area warships from the EU, USA, Russia, India and China operates. After Oman there is very little risk of piracy. I will be in constant contact with the various navies and the Yemen Coast Guard. Jennifer has a new up-to date Inmarsat Broadband Satellite Communcation System onboard as well as a new Broadband Digital Radar and an AIS (Automatic Identification System). However, there are is always a small risk of piracy .

From Dubai we sail on to India with the South West monsoon. In India we will stop at Mumbai/Bombay, Goa and Cochin and stop for seight-seeing a few days in each port.

Distance between Dubai to Mumbai/Bombay, India is abt 1 200 NM and will take abt 10 days.

Distance between Mumbai and Goa is 220 NM.

Distance between Goa and Cochin is 360 NM. 

In October we will sail from Cochin, India to Male in the Maldives a distance of 380 NM and takes abt 3 days..

In the Maldives we will during October and early November cruise/dive/snorkel the atolls and also sail south to the uninhabited Salomon atoll in Chagos archipelago which belong to the UK  and back to Male.

From Male again we sail on to Galle in Sri Lanka, abt 450 NM where we will stay a few days and check out the beautiful teaplatations and then end November sail directly to Phuket in Thailand. November month is transition month, i e between the South West and North East monsoon. Hopefully we will get the wind from behind.

Indien Sri Lanka 

Distance between Galle and Phuket, Thailand is abt 1 000 NM and takes abt a week.

During December 2010 and half January 2011 we will cruise the beautiful Phuket and Krabi archipelago and the Thai Westcoast and possibly to Burma. Now the pleasant North East monsoon will blow.

Mid/end of January 2011 we will sail on to Malaysia, Singapore, Borneo, Philippines, China, Japan, Alaska, Canada, California and Hawaii for Christmas. More info about 2011 later.

 

 

 

 

Summer 2009 Danube/Black Sea/The Med

Map summer 2009

Detail over 2009 summer itinerary above and enlargemnet over river Danube below

During summer of 2009 we "sailed" on the European canals and rivers Rhone, Rhine and Danube, from Port St Louis near Marseille, to the Black Sea and from there to Istanbul and on to the Med and Marmaris in Turkey.

May 23 we started from Port Napoleoan (near Marseille) and during about 3 weeks, "sailed" up the river Rhone in France passed Avignon and Chalon, into the Rhone-Rhine Canal to the river Rhine in Germany and via Mulhouse downriver to Strassbourg and on to Mainz. Here we turned right into the Main, Main-Danobe Canal and entered the Danobe River. We continued another 5 weeks on the Danobe, through Vienna (Austria), Bratislava (Slovakia), Budapest (Hungary), Belgrad (Serbia) and Giurgiu close to Bukarest (Rumania). From here we continued on to Suline (Rumania) in the Danobe Delta and into the Black Sea. Near Constanta (Rumania) we stepped the mast which had been transported by truck from Port St Louis in France. In the Black Sea we sailed via the Bosporus to Istanbul and the Dardanelles to Canakkale/Troy into the Aegean Sea in the Mediterranean and through the Greeks islands, among others Lesbos, Khios, Samos, Leros, Kos, Simi and Rhodos to Marmaris, Turkey. From here we cruised the Turkish south coast and ended up in Marmaris in Turkey Sept 16.  
Jennifer will then rest in Marmaris during the winter 2009/10 in order to get ready for the Pacific tour 2010-2015 via the Red Sea, India, Thailand, China, Japan, Alaska, Canada, California, Hawaii and the South Seas. 

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Map of Jennifers itinerary in the Agean Sea summer 2009 which ends in Marmaris.

 

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Summer 2008 Mediterranean Sea

  

Y Jennfier sailed in the Med summer 2008 

Part 1: During May 25 to July 12 we sailed during 7 weeks from Athens to Crete, Libya, Tunisia, Malta, Sicily and Ionian Sea on the Greek West coast. We were one of the first yachts in many many years to visit Libya.

        
      

 

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Summer 2007 Red Sea/Mediterranean Sea

S/y Jennifer sailed during spring/summer/fall 2007 with "paying crew" in the Med and Red Sea.
Jennifer started May 15, 2007, from Marmaris in Turkey, and via Cypres and Israel, sailed to the Suez canal and into the Red Sea. Here we dived and explored/visited the nations around the Red Sea; Egypt (the Pyramids & Alexandria), Sinai peninsula (St Cathrine monestry & Sinai mountain), Jordan (Aqaba & Petra) as well as Israel (Jerusalem, Dead Sea & Masada). At the end of July we sailed back across the Med to Turkey and cruised the turkish coast during August och the Aegan Sea through the Greek Islands during September. Jennifer is now resting in Athens for the winter.

 

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Summer 2006 Black Sea/Mediterranean Sea

S/y Jennifer sailed spring/summer 2006 with paying crew in the Mediterranean; From Croatia to Albania, Greece and via Istanbul into and around the the whole Black Sea and on to Marmaris in Turkey where she rested during winter 2006/07.

 

On May 20 Jennifer started from Croatia (Split) to Athens. First stop was the small town of Hvar on the island with the same name. From here on to Korcula where Marco Polo was born and further to the historical town of Dubrovnik with its imposing medevial walls. We lsailed from Croatia and sailed to Durres in Albania from where we made an excursion to the capital Tirana. Soon we entered Greece and its first island of Curfu and continued to Itakha, home of Odysseus. The sail continued into the Patras Bay towards the Corinth Canal. On the way we visited Galaxhidi.  The Corinth Canal is only three nautical miles and then we were in the Aegean Sea and steered towards Athens where we arrived June 1.  We stopped here for 4 days for rest and seight-seeing. From Athens we sailed to Istanbul via the islands of Kea and Andros and futher north to the monestary republic of Athos and from there to Canakkale in Turkey. Here we visited the old city of Troj and the war memories from the disastrous allied invasion of the Gallipoli peninsula during WWI.

Next we sailed into the sea of Marmaris and stoped in Erdek peninsula before arriving at the Ataköy Marina in Istanbul and stayed a few days over midsummer. From here we continued into the Bosphorus to Poyraz and the next day into the Black Sea where we sailed anticlockwise during a month and a half. The route folloed the Turkish north coast with many stops. In Amasra we visited the capital of Turkey, Ankara. The Sail continued east to the city of Samsun and from there we continued further to Trabson where we visited the exiting Sumela monestary build into the cliffs. Next we cleared out from Turkey in the city of Hopa and sailed to Georgia and cleared in at Poti. It is from here the legend of the Golden Fleece originates. We make an excursion to the capital of Tbilisi and the Caucasus Mountains.

From Poti we sailed directly to Crimea, to Yalta a three day sail. It was here Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill met in 1945 and split up Europe. Here are many exiting palaces and monuments. We sailed around Crimea a few days, to Balaclava on the south coast and continued to Sevastopol known as the homeport of the once mighty Soviet Black Sea Fleet. After we sailed on to Odessa, Pushkins exile town, and with the famous Potemkin steps and operahouse. We stayed here for two days and continued south to the Donau delta and sailed up the Donau towards Izmayil where we cleared out from Ukraine and then crossed the river to Tulcea and cleared in to Rumania. From here we will sailed down the Donau to Sulina at the coast.

We continued south to Mangalia in Rumania where we cleared out from Rumania and sailed to Golden Sands north of Varna in Bulgaria. From here further south and cleared into Turkey again in Igneada and back to Istanbul. From here we sailed during 12 days throught the Aegean Sea to Marmaris on the Turkish south coast. This trip went via the Island of Marmara, known for its white marble, Canakkale, where we again visited the ancient city of Troy and then to Kusadasi in Turkey where we visited one of the seven wonders of the world, Artemis (Diana's) temple in Efesus. Next we visited another of the seven wonders in Bodrum (Halikarnassos), the Mausollos mausoleum  From here we finally continued to Knidos and Marmaris in Turkey  where Jennifer rested during winter 2006/07 untill spring 2007 when we sailed to the Red Sea through the Suez Canal.

 

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Summer 2005 European canals to the Med and Croatia

Jennifer sailed during summer of 2005 through the European canals/rivers to the Med with paying crew.

We started in Sweden end of May 2005 and sailed via the Kiel canal to Amsterdam where we took down the mast, and sent it by truck to the Med.The jouney went via the Dutch and Belgian canals into France, up the Seine and into the mighty Paris with all its famous bridges and the Eiffel tower.

In Paris we moored in the central Arsenal marina at Place de la Bastille. We continued via the four central canals, a. o. the Loire canal, and the rivers Saone and Rhone with stop in a.o. Chalon, Lyon and Avignon to Port St Louis at the mouth of Rhone river. The trip took six weeks from Sweden, five of those on the French canals and rivers.

Jennifer sailed in the summer of 2005, after having gone through the French canals, out in the Med with paying crew to Croatia.

From Port. St Louis close to Marseille we sailed to Corsica, Sardinia, the Liparian islands, Sicily and round Italy to Croatia where we arrived July 31.
During August and September we cruised around the beautiful Croatian archipelago between Venice and Dubrovnic. Jennifer rests during winter 2005/06 in Split in Croatia.
In May 2006 Jennifer will continue with paying crew to Greece, Istanbul and into and around the Black Sea, se special link on main page.

 

 

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Summer 2002 around the Mediterranean and through the canals to Sweden

 

Sept 2002: We sailed on the rivers and canals of France and Germany from Port St Louis in the south of France to the Baltic town of Lubeck. The trip started in Port St Louis, continued up the Rhone river to Avignon and Lyon, to Basel, Switzerland, and downstream on the Rhein. On the Rhein we passed the famous Lorelai cliff, the cities of Koblenz and Cologne, the Rhurarea and on canals to Lubeck and Travemunde in northern Germany.

 

Kanaler Provance Kanalkoblenz Kanal

 

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Summer 2001 through the European canals and around Mediterranean Sea

 

Yacht Jennifer sailed the Mediterranean during summer 2001-02 with paying crew.

Jennifer sailed from Mallorca - Malta (Valetta) - Crete (Iraklion/Knossos) - Rhodos - Turkey (Marmaris/Mersin/Cappodicia) - Cyprus (Kyrenia) - Syria (Latakia) - Lebanon (Beirut/Baalbek) - Cyprus (Larnaka/Limassol) - Rhodos - Cyclades (Greece) - Korinthcanal - Sicily - Sardinia (Costa Smeralda) - Corsica (Bonefacio) - Port St Louis (France) and then on the Europan canals to Stockholm (see separaate link).

 

 

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Year 1988-1998. 10 years Around The World.

During ten years Jennifer sailed around the world with charter guests and paying crew.

See more under books: Occupation Circumnavigator. How to Finance a Lifestyle..

 

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