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How do you discover perfect anchor spots? How do you find the right Marina for you?

Von |2019-07-31T05:21:28+01:00Juli 31st, 2019|Kategorien: Worldcruising|Tags: , , |

*Advertising We have compared a view tools and websites and have made very good experience using Navily. We can see our current position and all relevant anchor spots or information about marinas in our proximity. We discovered hidden secrets, gained more insights and found new friends. In case we sail to remote areas, we download all the relevant information in our proximity in advance and can access the navily infos even being offline. We discover beautiful anchor spots or mooring fields pretty easily on the interactive map and based on our location. After deciding where we want to stay, we can make a reservation instantly with a click in the Navily app. If we discover a new anchorage we easily share our insights in the app or provide up to date comments on existing places with the Navily users and community. I find the additional user feedback on restaurants or sight seeing tips so useful, because sometimes we stay only for a short period and have not enough time to discover everything on our own. Here's how to download Navily App for free: Enjoy your sailing summer! “Let your imagination run wild with the possibilities of everything you could explore and experience – and begin immediately.”

Sailing smarter with Navily: It’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings!

Von |2019-07-26T06:43:40+01:00Mai 3rd, 2019|Kategorien: Worldcruising|Tags: , , |

*Advertising Hello from Greece! Ready for the sailing season ahead. Who’s ready for a great summer with Navily? We encourage all sailors to discover new destinations they have not been to. It’s a great adventure and there is so much to see. Today, there are almost 120,000 boaters using Navily. With 10,000 anchorage spots, 2,300 marinas and 35,000 destinations shared by the community around the world, Navily has become Europe’s leading community cruising guide. We are so happy to be part of the community! Navily is the first free mobile app dedicated to helping sailors find the best anchoring spots around the world. You can discover new anchoring spots, mooring fields and harbours on the interactive map based on your location, or reserve a berth. Reserving a berth right from your phone is easy and remains completely free for Navily users. Find us on the Apple store and Google Play and discover what it's like to Sail Smarter! Spring is finally on! The sun is out, perfect timing to plan your next boat trips! Embark with us and Navily and find the best anchorages in Greece Victoria is getting ready for take off with a new antifouling and a smooth and shiny finish for the hull. Free Download for you! #sailingloversunite #Navily #Navilyapp

Absolutely delighted to announce my COOPERATION with NAVILY!

Von |2019-07-26T06:22:14+01:00März 28th, 2019|Kategorien: Worldcruising|Tags: , , |

*Advertising Have you heard of Navily? Here's why you should: Navily is a social cruising guide where users can share their knowledge on anchorages and book berths in marinas across Europe. Find and share the best mooring spots and book your berth in one of 500 partner ports around the world. Discover more than 20,000 anchorages shared by the Navily community everywhere in the world and share your own experience. Book a berth for your boat, rank your stay and share you experience. It's absolutely awesome. Sail Smarter with Navily! So, are you on board? It’s all happening for YOU.... IF YOURE INTERESTED: Here's how to download Navily App for free! #THRILLEDTOANNOUNCE #SailSmarterWithNavily #FindMyBestMoorings Can't wait to share all my favorite anchorages with you. Kisses from Kalamata Marina Check out my interview with Navily

Antipaxos: Connecting with nature. Our true source energy!

Von |2018-06-01T04:09:09+01:00Mai 17th, 2018|Kategorien: Antipaxos, Greece|Tags: , , |

Only 2 km or so south of Paxos is the island of Antipaxos; an even smaller, almost uninhabited with small vineyards. There are two beaches in the north end, Vrika and Voutoumi. Here you have some of the finest clear blue seas in the world safe for swimming and snorkeling. South of these two beaches, there are many smaller, more private coves that can be reached without too much difficulty. Your visit to Paxos would really not be complete without a trip to Antipaxos, it is a unique experience that makes you feel heaven on earth! The islands have become very fashionable with Italians and are popular with charter fleets. Consequently they are very crowded during the months of July and August. Outside these times, they and their numerous attractive anchorages are a delight to visit. 2 German Hallberg Rassy 43 (SY Flora on the left, Victoria on the right!) An die Flora Crew: Lustig wars mit Euch, freuen uns jetzt schon auf unser nächstes Treffen! Paxos: Visiting yachts have the option of berthing in the main harbour of Port Gaios or in the anchorages of Lakka, Mongonisi and Longos on the same island. Stunning Lakka (We paid nothing for the excellent anchorage, very calm and protected) Back to life on land! There’s so much to learn from each individual person we cross paths with. To be able to move wherever my heart desires with our boat is awesome. I’m grateful for that. Greece has more than 6000 islands, some 200 of which are inhabited, others little more than rocks. But which is the right one for us? We need more time! Kisses Biggi Earlier this week we met the inspiring crew of Midnight Blue S/Y, who have been following us for quite a long time and sailing over [...]

Sailing around the Greek Ionian Islands! Robinson Crusoe feeling wanted? Go there.

Von |2018-05-11T21:21:16+01:00Mai 11th, 2018|Kategorien: Worldcruising|Tags: , , , , , |

If I had to choose one definitive best time of year, I would say that the prime time to see Paxos & Antipaxos is May. You’ve got perfect weather during spring and you are able to enjoy some peace and quiet before the crowds show up. The Ionian islands are often warm enough for swimming. The Ionian Sea is renowned for its perfect sailing conditions with plenty of wind to have a really fun sailing holiday in the sunshine. Typically winds build about lunchtime and drop again at sunset. This means that you can spend the morning sailing gently to a lunch time stop to a secluded bay or pretty village and go for a swim or snorkel, have lunch on board and then have a great sail to your evening destination. The winds are fairly consistent and usually result in a very calm evening with still waters. Imagine how Robinson Crusoe felt when he woke up to his first full day marooned on a desert island. Good morning from Antipaxos! Here’s a list of the places we stopped while sailing around the Greek Ionian Islands 1. Paleokastritsa Marina, Corfu – anchored (free) 2. Gouvia Marina (around €60/night for 43′ yacht incl. water and electricity) 3. Corfu Town, Corfu – anchored (free) 4. Petriti, Corfu – anchored (free) 5. Lakka, Paxos – anchored (free) 6. Port Gaios, Paxos – 26 Euro 7. Antipaxos- anchored (free)

Flashback

Von |2017-11-26T18:01:09+01:00November 22nd, 2017|Kategorien: living with "The ocean"|Tags: , , , |

Sometimes, when things are going really well, I feel like I've already seen things - it's the flashback feeling in a good way. Like I'm watching a rerun, because I've studied this defense and know what comes next. Now, that is a good feeling, when your mind is working fast because you've studied, and you realize, 'I've seen this before.' Follow us on Flipagram! https://flipagram.com/birgitt.krumm

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