In Lanzarote, the day before we cast off, around 11:00 a.m. we embarked and began to gather food for such a voyage. We will have safety talks and get to know the boat a bit.
The next day we set sail for Madeira at dawn, around 7:00 a.m. We have 270 miles ahead of us, crossing the trade winds, between two and three days sailing day and night, keeping watch among the entire crew both to watch over the ship and for lunch and dinner.
Arrival in Madeira, anchoring, and two days discovering the island.
We sailed to Easauira, 370 miles with the trade winds across, the same dynamics of guards until we arrived in Morocco, we anchored and spent two days resting and getting to know the place.
We sail back to Lanzarote, 250 miles with the trade winds aft, until we reach the north of the island.