Trough the Roaring Forties

The island of Chiloe and more precisely Puerto Quellon, our port of landing after 2000 miles across the South Pacific, is located at 43 ° 07 'S and 73 ° 37'W, 300 miles south of...

Posted on Mar 19, 2015


Cruise to the End of the World - Rapa Nui

Easter Island is the most isolated land on the Earth. We had to sail 2.000 miles to get here from Galapagos and the same distance we will have to cover in order to reach Chilean...

Posted on Feb 13, 2015


Cruise to the End of the World - Santa Cruz, Galapagos

Santa Cruz is home to 80% of the population of the Galapagos ( 20,000 inhabitants ), which for the most part resides in Puerto Ayora . It also houses Baltra , the airport which...

Posted on Jan 25, 2015


San Cristobal, Galapagos

I think my experience as far as remote destinations are concerned is above the average, however my first approach to Galapagos left me literally speechless. San Cristobal is simply...

Posted on Jan 5, 2015


Cruise to the End of the World - from Panama to Galapagos

Our first Pacific crossing, approximately 1.000 miles trough the Pacific Ocean "High" (pressure) to reach the equator and the Galapagos. My expectation were for a very slow passage...

Posted on Jan 1, 2015


Ciao 2014

There is no way to explain to you all the moments which have made unique this other year at sea. What we can show you is a collection of smiles that definitively did this year...

Posted on Dec 29, 2014

Panama Canal

I have sailed few Canals, some of them not so common, like the Sinai, The Dardanels, The Bosphoro, the Corinth, The Messina Streight, Gibraltar but my personal logbook was looking...

Posted on Dec 9, 2014


Back at sea

After five months ashore of which 4 of hard work , finally on November 11 Angelique II is again floating. For this special occasion we had Claudia, an Italian friend, joining for a...

Posted on Dec 4, 2014