Obelix' 2014 summer cruise

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dahlke
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Re: Obelix' 2014 summer cruise

Post by dahlke » Mon Aug 04, 2014 1:13 pm

Bob McGovern wrote:Also worth noting, most tiller pilots are hyper-active when first turned on; they tend to settle down after 30 minutes or so, once they figure out the best steering algorithms.

Wish I could view your movies, Mads. Our internet connection is garbage. :( Soon it may get better.
Ugh, a bad internet connection is really annoying. I can sympathize some after having spent the last 3 weeks on either lousy marina wifi or a slow connection over cellular. Luckily large areas of Denmark have fiber optic connections including the area where I live (90mbit/90mit) with no limits on amount of data transferred up or down.

I will continue to play around with my TP22. Right now it's a Love/Hate relationship ;)
Mads
Ballad #332 (aka. Obelix)
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Re: Obelix' 2014 summer cruise

Post by dahlke » Mon Aug 04, 2014 1:27 pm

prjacobs wrote:
dahlke wrote:...
Where are you guys heading? :-) I would absolutely love to cruise the west coast of both Canada and the US at some point in the future. If you wouldn't mind posting some pictures I would love to see them :-)
Fair winds :-)
We headed across to the US San Juan Islands for a few days. Tomorrow we head north towards an Albin Vega Owners Rendezvous in the Canadian Gulf Islands. Although most of us have other boats now we still get together every year under the Vega flag. Then it's across to the big city (Vancouver) to attend a friends citizenship ceremony, and from there ... who knows! Will post pictures when we get home.
That sounds like a wonderful trip :) I don't know the area but have been snooping on Google Earth.

I've been following Laura and Chuck onboard their Vega (Lealea) for a long time. I believe they mentioned attending some Vega events in your area. Maybe you know them in person :) They upload awesome videos to youtube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Tzm1 ... 0dg80oX6dQ).
Mads
Ballad #332 (aka. Obelix)
Restoration blog
Boat and restoration pictures

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