We will sail on a 46 foot LAGOON catamaran very well equipped and duly adapted to ocean sailing. The captain of the ship and part of the crew have extensive ocean experience, in addition to all the electronic navigation and security instruments, the ship has a desolation plant, solar panels, a hydrogenerator, and a generator.
The ship has 4 cabins, 4 bathrooms and a magnificent salon with a fully equipped kitchen. We will share the Iridium satellite phone voucher with unlimited reception of calls. We will also have email.
All sailors who so wish will be able to participate in the daily navigation and maintenance routines.
You can come to Tenerife a week before and enjoy the island while we prepare for the journey. In this way we will be able to participate in the purchase of the necessary supplies that is not included in the price, and we will pay all at the cleavage. We will have a food freezer, so we can bring all kinds of food, in addition, we can participate in our culinary qualities (whoever has them and so wishes). On our boat, the aperitif at 12:00 is mandatory.
Atlantic crossings are an adventure and it is necessary to assume that we will be far from any external help, always depending on elements that we cannot control, such as contrary winds, breakdowns and other conditions that may influence our planned schedule and itinerary. The initial idea is to arrive in Saint-Martin although this decision will depend on many factors.
In the previous occasions the crossing has not lasted more than twenty days, including stopover in Cape Verde.
Additionally, once in the American islands, we will sail between them for as long as we can.
For this it is important that flexible dates are available. In almost all the islands that we will visit there are international airports with daily flights to Europe.