Honey, we anchored just in time for the sunset.

Welcome to South America! Welcome aboard the new, direct connection between St Lucia and Suriname.

600 NM.

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We’re setting the anchor.

That’s a flying fish.

Julian, hold it.

This one has something it the mouth.

One more! A flying fish .

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Look at its wings.

It looks like a plane.

We never attach a buoy to the anchor.

But we do it today cause the water is really brown.

If something got tangled, we wouldn’t be able to dive.

Can you slow down honey please? OK.

I’ll slow down.

It’s good to know how to make the bowline knot.

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using only 3 fingers.

Don’t you want to have a dip? We thought that there are piranhas and caymans here.

There are, but not here.

So, we stop here? Yes.

We’ll turn on extra lights, just in case.

Run away! All right mister, drop the anchor finally! It’s almost sunset.

We anchored just in time for the sunset.

Oh, ohhh, what’s up with that? My cup of coffee.

The first one in a week.

Maybe, I’ll go back a bit.

Sure, please.

I’ll go backwards.

No problem.

What a view! Look.

Not bad.

Like the Mazurian Lakes in Poland.

Ok.

Go backwards.

OK, OK.

Can’t you see I’m on the way to the steering wheel? Our anchor is right there [where the pink ball is].

Look, you’re foaming at the mouth, honey.

The whole river of foam.

You must have been seriously pi.

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d off 🙂 The anchor doesn’t hold very well.

We’re not gonna worry too much, because the bottom is soft, and there’s a lot of space all around us.

If it doesn’t get windy, .

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we’ll be fine with the anchor alarm on.

Even if the current changes, we have plenty of space on the other side as well.

Chill.

Once, we’re drifting with the anchor for 2 miles.

In New York.

Welcome to South America, honey.

For the second time already.

We provide a direct connection between St Lucia and Suriname.

600 NM! It’s a cool connection, cause there’s no luggage limit.

And you can pack the whole family.

And there’s no time limit too.

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And you travel with your house.

Is that coffee? The first one in a week.

Sure.

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I haven’t drunk coffee since we left.

So we’ve been sailing for the whole week? Ok, for 5 days.

The queen’s maths.

5 is almost 7.

Do you remember the episode when Ania was counting her ovulation days.

That was some serious math 🙂 It’s nice here.

A bit like in Masuria.

You could even park the trimaran in the bushes.

A complete silence, not a single boat around.

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However, we’re close to the canal so we could expect some shipping traffic.

Do you remember, last year when we came in in the morning .

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there were many boats at the river mouth.

But it was early in the morning, .

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so they were going fishing.

I was on my morning watch.

Thank you for your attention.

See you in the next episode.

We will go up the Suriname River and hopefully make it to the marina, finally.

We’ll visit Paramaribo, the capital city.

To deal with all the formalities.

Visit five different departments.

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Including the Military Department, all the ministries.

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The government.

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It’s crazy here.

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We’ll show you that.

Only here you have to call them on the radio.

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and ask for permission to get closer.

Now we’ll get closer.

Since we’re already allowed to.

Bye! I’ve missed the sunset.

We have to move to the sofa.

I’ve fixed the sofa already.

Here it is.

Listen guys, after few days of banging and being thrown around inside the boat I can’t really complain casue this boat behave really well on the waves, but still Sometimes a big wave hits and you get thrown against something.

We had two very rough days.

We have to record you trying to sleep at night.

In various positions.

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What’s up Kuba? Do you want to have your own fishbowl? As far as I know, we have one already.

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Before we start cleaning the boat.

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ten minutes for ourselves.

Awesome, I see.

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But it doesn’t swim.

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But if you install some lights.

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you’re the lighting specialist .

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it’s gonna be pretty, I am sure.

Wait, if you say so then I have to live up to the expectations.

It’s waterproof.

Honey, look how beautiful! Now it’s more green! We have remote control.

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There’re even some shells.

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Let’s make it pink.

A fancy fishbowl for the bedside cabinet.

Welcome to the boys’ new bedroom.

Good morning, guys! There comes the sword original from the Ksiaz Castle, is pointed at us.

Honey, we’re drifting.

The anchor alarm.

We drifted 111 meters backward.

It was so serious.

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that I didn’t even think about making a video.

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Of course You would have been scared if you had seen it.

A big piece of wood.

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It’s freaking insane! Another adventure.

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