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July 28, 2015
28/07/15 LN875 Most people arrived during Monday afternoon- although a few had serious troubles with their flights & their luggage. We spent the afternoon on safety briefings, harness fittings, & “evacuation” drill. After dinner, many people went ashore to sample the delights of Kristiansand; the town was buzzing with excitement with approximately 80 boats moored […]

July 28, 2015
LN874 28/07/15 Yet again just as in port after an excellent voyage, JST has demonstrated the meaninglessness of disability as a barrier in society. This week Norway was destination of choice. The highlight of the trip was sailing through the fjords, which benefited both our eyes and thoughts. As was recently pointed out to me, the tendency to […]

July 28, 2015
TNS445 28/07/15 Simon T has just successfully helmed Tenacious for the last 20 minutes in Force 7 winds!! Way to go Simon! Paul is on the Helm now whilst Chloe and Brad are taking all the ship’s logs. Andy is on starboard side watch, Malcolm on portside watch Ben is keeping a safe eye on all […]

July 27, 2015
27/07/15 TNS445 Dock 4 by the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton All ready for the new Voyage Crew to arrive at 13.00. It will be a nice full ship with 51 on board and many new people who will be having their first sail with the JST. We are planning to leave this afternoon and anchor […]

July 24, 2015
24/07/15 LN873 We started off bright and early to help with the assisted climbs and wheelchairs aloft where Alice and Mislav did a self ascent, something very new to them and extremely rewarding. Most of the assisted climbers were first-timers – nervous about going up but feeling very pleased when they got down.  All ran […]

July 22, 2015
22/07/15 LN873 Set off after breakfast heading to Forsund. With some spare time on our hands, James gave a presentation on Intelectual History, which is geography in relation to people and how the landscape affects the development of communities. A very interesting topic which raised a number of questions especially as we’re sailing through the […]

July 21, 2015
21/07/15 LN873 Woke to a rather dull, wet and grey morning but that wasn’t going to spoil our sense of adventure.There were a number of key attractions starting with a visit to a small boat yard which was home to the Gustine an old sailing boat dating back to the 18th century. The boat was undergoing […]

July 21, 2015
21/07/15 TNS444 We had a glorious morning anchored at Torbay, where those who wanted, did some assisted climbing of both main and fore masts. Following lunch, we set sail (off anchor) and started our long sail towards the Isle of Wight. Unfortunately we’ve had a mist surround us for most of the afternoon and first […]

July 20, 2015
20/07/15 LN873 Last night we sailed under engine along the coast. There was quite a swell – Force 4 wind and rain. We were on watch from 8 to 12 We took turns at the helm and at lookout points. Tom took the helm for the first time and was considered a natural. F/S W/L […]

July 19, 2015
19/07/15 LN873 Well….where are we? The answer is somewhere on the sea between Alesund and Rosendahl. We left Alesund yesterday morning in a fine parade of the sailing ships and lots of admirers in small craft hooting and tooting. The sun shone and the mists on the snowy hills made it all very romantic and just the sort of […]

July 19, 2015
19/07/15 TNS444 What a beautiful day for sailing. After our safety briefings and instruction sessions in Weymouth we departed the pier and anchored in the bay. After a quiet night we awoke to a lovely morning, motored out past Portland and then set our sails. All the square sails were set, we managed to sail […]

July 15, 2015
15/07/15 TNS443 The breakfast call came at 07:30 and the fog had rolled in over the English Channel. However, as the morning wore on, there was hope that there might be an Easterly wind that could aid us in sailing to Weymouth! We were given a talk on setting sails to hopefully prepare us to raise them […]

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