Sailing the Norwegian coast home

Published 15.10 in category Northern Passage - 2010

Position update 02.39 CEST: 59.76696 N, 5.52979 E – At the southern tip of Stord island.

Position update 10.41 CEST: 59.05991 N, 5.33631 E – West of Kvitsøy, an island municipality northeast of the town of Stavanger.

Position update 21.09 CEST: 58.19527 N, 6.17228 E – Off Sokndal, an old fishing village on the southwest coast.
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Note: I’ve added a video of the crew’s celebration to yesterday’s blog entry.



6 comments to Sailing the Norwegian coast home6

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    Pål Brudevoll  /  October 15, 2010

    GRATULERER med Jordomseilingen !!!!

    Fantastisk innspurt.
    Sees den 23. Okt på Bygdø…. ” Same procedure ”

    MVH
    Pål Brudevoll


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    Ulf S. Snarby  /  October 15, 2010

    Gratulerer med fullført passasjeseilas!!!!
    Ei fantastisk vel utført bragd.
    Det er flott å se at eventyrlysta fortsatt blomstrer blant det NORØNNA folket.
    Hip,Hip,HIP HURRA for dere.
    Ulf Snarby
    Liverpool N.S.
    Canada


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    Patrick Lockerby  /  October 15, 2010

    Please accept my hearty congratulations to all the crew and support team for this historic achievement!

    Your little ship has earned a place of honor the history books – hopefully in a museum also.

    Patrick Lockerby
    U.K.


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    Jean M, Colorado  /  October 15, 2010

    Enjoyed the celebratory video added to yesterday’s entry! ~ this blog always makes me smile 🙂


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    Christoffer L  /  October 15, 2010

    First of ALL, your achivement is of such a massive scale, we, all around feel humble, and in great awe for what you’ve been through, just “sacrificing” a nice summer like that :-). On the other hand, you and your blog became a kind of obsession for quite a few of us stranded at home, worlwide, but how many nice people I’ve learned to know, thanks to you. Jean, Olav, Neven, Lord Soth, Rikki, Wollert, Artful Dodger, just to mention a few, and MANY of us is as concerned as you about the further developement in the Arctic!
    I will for sure go to “Dronningen”, Bygdøy, will be awfully fun to meet you live, after all you’ve almost been as important as the wife, for some exciting weeks, I hope she’ll forgive me some day!!!


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    Jean M, Colorado  /  October 15, 2010

    {Christoffer L, pretty sure this will be the last? ;)}

    “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
    – (Ms.) Margaret Mead (American cultural anthropologist, 1901 – 1978)


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