Dark skies, black clouds and a rising wind… Not a good omen for a peaceful return after our successful dive along the impressive LLULISSAT glacier. Continue reading “A good blow and a small world..”
August 20th. Yesterday, we agreed to wake up late. That meant six AM in the high latitudes of the midnight sun. After a good breakfast we were ready to sail to the “mother of all glaciers”, the famous LLULISSAT Continue reading “Diving “ the mother of all glaciers” :LLULISSAT”
August 18th. Let’s said that after our long run of yesterday , we took it easy today: a late breakfast and our morning off.
I took advantage of the lunch time to discuss our program for the next three days. Continue reading “An iceberg nursery after a scary ice crossing”
August 17th. We were aiming at AASIAAT the first city in Disko bay, a long run of about 80 nautical miles. My main concern was anchoring late in the evening in some unknown faraway place. Continue reading “To Disko bay: icebergs and whales”
August 15th: we woke up late at six thirty and in full day light. Stephan, Kiki and Kingsley, owners and founders of “Ocean imaging” from Australia came with a plan. Continue reading “Blind in a rat hole”
August 12: tides in the fjords of Greenland run the show. They are much more predictable than the imaginary south winds of our former weatherman. Continue reading “Running with tides and anchoring in front of glaciers”