In Jan 2022 Moonwave and her crew Sébastien & Sophie have officially finished their first circumnavigation with the return to Sint Maarten in the Caribbeans [22 months in total]. The adventure started in March 2020 with a zero-fuel-used sail of 1200 nm from Martinique to Panama. D
Cape Town, South Africa to Simpson Bay, Sint Maarten Dec 2021 / Jan 2022 Projected Route: 5495 nm – Sailed Route: ~ 6500 nm We really had enjoyed South Africa & Cape Town, but we were also really looking forward to sail the last and longest leg of our sail around the world.
Indian Ocean & South. Atlantic Ocean Oct to Dec 2021 To sail around the world without passing through the man-made Suez Canal, there is only one way… around the famous and mythical Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. But first we needed to get south from Mayotte to South Africa thr
Island in the Lagoon – Indian Ocean 12° 47 South / 45° 15 West Sept/Oct 2021 Originally we didn’t plan to stop in Mayotte but things don’t always go like planned. This was a nice turn as it was great to get a glimpse at this beautiful and interesting island[s] surrounded by a bi
Island Paradise in the Indian Ocean March to September 2021 The Seychelles have been a great destination for Moonwave & her crew. We arrived the same day as the country opened again, restaurants and shops were open and life was almost normal again. In March/April the temperatures
France, April 2018 – Seychelles, May 2021 Total: about 40.000 nm About two years back, I published an article with the title “One year feedback of the New Hybrid System” back in May 2019. Now it’s time to give a “Three year/40.000 nm feedback” of the Hybrid System on boa