I can't speak for other areas of the world, but if you have sailed in the Mediterranean Sea, I am sure that you will have noticed white polystyrene containers floating on the surface of the water.
Human beings have evolved to find pattern in chaos and to visually identify what should not be in a scene. This ability helped our ancestors to survive by being able to spot a sabre toothed tiger stalking them in the long grass.
We have just returned home after having lived for 92 days on board "Lady Roslyn" this season, sailing nearly 2000 nautical miles from northern Italy near Venice, through Croatia, Montenegro, the Ionian islands of Greece, around the Peloponnese and as far north as Skopelos in the Sporades before returning to Athens for winter.
We spent a very high percentage of our overnight stops at anchor - 68 of the 92 nights, to be exact - a...
On the 19th June we sailed from Molat, down the Dugi Otok Channel, to Telascica National Park in Croatia.
Once underway, we hoisted our beautiful Wingaker "Lady in Red" and enjoyed nearly 4 hours of flat water sailing with warm breezes and Lady Roslyn gliding effortlessly downwind at between 7 and 10 knots.
A day like this is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
This short video clip was shot in one single pan using our DJI Ph...
We recently received an enquiry from one of the subscribers to our website, Tim, who specifically asked if we have air-conditioning onboard Lady Roslyn and whether we think it is necessary in the Eastern Mediterranean.