Day 2 – Karlskrona-Stockholm

Saturday 26 June 2010
Senoren SXK buoy
56*07,74 N 016* 02,49 E

On our way at 0935 UTC. Nice weather, Winds W-SW 5-7 ms
We sail out past Torhamn and Långören into the Baltic Sea. After about 1 and a half hour sailing we are in the open sea. From here we set course toward our favourite harbour, Bergkvara on the Kalmar coast. We pass the entrance to the nice picturesque village of Konstantinopel, with a popular harbour and the site of constant historic battles between the Swedish and Danish Crowns.

After a smooth and pleasant tour we end up in the harbour of Bergkvara at 1640 UTC, in time for dinner. Everything is in ship-shape and functioning well today. Yipppie!
Turning in early for an early start tomorrow. Goodnight.

Position Bergkvara harbour 56*24,032 N 016*05,407 E (todays distance 30.7 NM)

Author: captain

Johannes, born in 1960 at Zierikzee, The Netherlands, and living in Nacka, Sweden. Owner of S/Y Isabell.

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