Saturday, July 21, 2007

passing Cape Wrath to Loch Inver.

Havhingsten fra Glendalough: Follow the ship on map: "On this page you can follow the Sea Stallion from Glendalough by the hour - all the way to Dublin. From the 1st. of July, you can follow the ship up through Roskilde Fjord and up Kattegat to Orkney Islands and the Irish Sea.

The voyage cannot be sailed in one stretch. The range of the longship is limited by the amount of water and provisions which can be carried. In addition, the crew needs times of rest ashore since the open warship is not designed for comfortable voyaging. Once the crew is ready to sail again, they have to wait for favourable wind in order to make a swift and safe passage to the next destination en route."

Navigation data

Time:
21/07/07 16:41
State:
Under sail
Latitude:
058° 33.63’ N
Longitude:
005° 06.52’ W
Course:
204°
Speed:
6 knots

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Havhingsten

Havhingsten fra Glendalough: Follow the ship on map

Follow the Sea Stallion en route to Dublin

On this page you can follow the Sea Stallion from Glendalough by the hour - all the way to Dublin. From the 1st. of July, you can follow the ship up through Roskilde Fjord and up Kattegat to Orkney Islands and the Irish Sea.

The voyage cannot be sailed in one stretch. The range of the longship is limited by the amount of water and provisions which can be carried. In addition, the crew needs times of rest ashore since the open warship is not designed for comfortable voyaging. Once the crew is ready to sail again, they have to wait for favourable wind in order to make a swift and safe passage to the next destination en route.

now stuck in habour awaiting a favourable wind



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