Monthly Archives: June 2011

NEAR DISASTER

Yesterday I was enjoying a nice day of following seas, thinking to myself that this was the first day in 1,000 miles where the wind was aft of the beam.  So I’m listening to Kora music on my headphones and … Continue reading

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Picnic is Over

Well the picnic’s over.  June is a great month to be sailing the Atlantic and for the first 10 days I was warm, dry and barefoot.  How quickly things change.  Now I’m surrounded by fog, its around 55˚F, and as … Continue reading

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One week at sea

My first 24 hours I had great winds.  The next two days the wind became light and blew out of the north.  Day three I accidentally set something heavy on my backup fire extinguisher and shot white powder all over … Continue reading

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48 Hours At Sea

The official start and finish line for this trip is the bay bridge tunnel at the mouth of the Chesapeake.  It is there that my tracks will overlap and the circumnavigation of the Americas will be complete.  I used the … Continue reading

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Matt is Underway!

Matt crossed over the Chesapeake Bay bridge tunnel at 4:20pm EST today which is the start and end point of his journey. Check back here often for updates from Matt and to see his progress on the new tracking system … Continue reading

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