Posted in Uncategorized

Report 2 – First steps at sea

 First steps at sea PAMIR 1930 and LvB [1] The first few days at sea were training days for young people. First, each one of…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Report 3: Snatching ice

Report 3: Snatching ice We the decks boys had been warned. We should not set our minds on quickly sailing into the warm sun. And…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Report 4 – Getting acquainted

Report 4: Getting acquainted  After the first experience with cold when sailing into the iceberg and floes area and collecting ice, the temperatures became more…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Report 5 – Saved by the hammock

Report 5: Saved by the hammock            one film-clip; Irving Johnson – PEKING – 1930, Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 7 A-dur op. 92 (~14m), …

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Report 6 – Neat and clean, locker and accommodation

Report 6: Neat and clean, locker and accommodation PAMIR 1930 and LvB [2] The training went ahead. We could whistle the names of masts, tackles,…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Report 8 – Before, at and after the equator

Report 8: Before, at and after the equator PAMIR 1930 and LvB [3] For a long time the wind was weak low air pressure prevailed,…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Report 9 – Approaching the Coast – South America in sight

Report 9: Approaching the Coast – South America in sight Wind and ocean current favored us since we crossed the equator line and sailed down…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Report 10 – One step ashore

Report 10: One step ashore I never slept worse on board Pamir than from Wednesday night to Thursday. Man, was I excited! I had never…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Story 1

Report 39: Falmouth Today it is quite late, but this day, I have to document immediately, otherwise I might forget something important. We finally got…

Continue Reading...