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Lifeaboard, Lockdown & Autonomie [March to July 2020]

This article talks about our time of lockdown on board Moonwave due to the Covid19 crises in first half of 2020 and what we learned about life on board… Like many other cruisers and almost everyone world wide our original plans from March to July 2020 have been “boulversée
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Time flies by… [April 2020]

In this time of “reflection” I wanted to use this opportunity to talk a bit about my own “Moonwave Journey”. As the title says: “Time flies by” and it’s now over 8, yes eight years that I have joined Moonwave and her adventures. Luckily both Moonwave and myself have barely
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Delivery – we did it again… [March 2020]

[March 2020] We did it again – we did a great delivery without burning any fuel !!! Last year in May we had a nice trip from Saint Martin to Turks and Caicos [around 600nm] without burning any diesel. This time we doubled the distance. We had a great doublehanded downwind sail f
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Moonwave – Helmstation [Feb 2020]

The indoor helm station is the centerpiece of navigation on board Moonwave. It features the steering wheel, two big Navigation screens and lots of control buttons. Additional screens and controls for sail trimming are placed on the upper section. In the right corner of the overhead se
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Moonwave – Hydraulics Version 2.0 [Jan 2020]

On board Moonwave we are on an “almost” constant quest of innovations and improvements. This not only manifests itself in the following areas – see related blog entries:  Hybrid Propulsion System – Moonwave – Torqeedo talking about our new system Titanium/ceramic rudder be
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Moonwave – Draft & Steering System [Jan 2020]

We recently spent some time in the Bahamas, this beautiful cruising grounds are know for its shallow waters and the turquoise colors. We have often got the question of Moonwave’s draft to be able to cruise the shallow waters. The daggerboards are easy to spot – they also have ma
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