Testsailing Sessions in Cannes

The road trip to Cannes took less than 48 hours from Stockholm via Malmö, (Bridge), Copenhagen, Rødby, (Boat), Puttgarten, Hamburg, Kassel, Lyon, Marsielle, St. Tropez, Cannes. The roads through Germany where just to bad (like a washboard) so on the way back we opted for another route; From Cannes, Genoa (ITA), Como, Switzerland, Pass of St Bernardinio, Lichtenstein, Austria (Bodensee), Germany, Münich, Berlin, Rostok, (Boat and 6 hours sleep) to Trelleborg (SWE), Malmö, Jönköping, Stockholm. Started Saturday 17:00 from Cannes, Some power sleep at the st Bernadinio pass, went through Germany on Sunday (1130km), boat to Trelleborg from Rostok 23:00, Monday 06:00 in SWE, 14:00 boat parked in Stockholm City. The eastern way up through Germany had much better roads (almost no bumps) and less traffic. Clearly the way to use on the way down as well in the future.

Cannes was solid 27 deg in the water and the air. We had quite a few sailors passing by and enjoying the laid back life and sailing around Cannes, to Monaco and st. Tropez. Finding mooring and a place to put the boat in the water is sometimes hard at the Riviera, we are not the most common boat type around like powerboats and monohulls. So the set up is not the best. Try  your finest French and always have a smile at hand and you will find a solution :)

The SeaCart Team

Categories: News, Press Releases
Jul
22

Event and Promotion at the Match Cup

Event sailing in Marstrand during the Swedish Match Cup. We performed client sailing for 100 guests from Tele 2 and Samsung during 3 outings. A big thank you all guests – it was a pleasure to have you onboard. Finally a big ‘‘grattis’’ to Björn Hansen and crew winning the 2013 Swedish Match Cup!


Marstrand sparkels during the Match Cup – Check out the SWE fan!


Beware where you park your car a saturday evening – there might be boats on their way up!

The SeaCart Team

Categories: News
Jul
09

Multi Cup ÅFIR GP

The Start of the ÅF Inshore Race take place behind the royal castle in the middle of Stockholm City. That’s a good start of a race stretching 40 NM to the outskirt of the 30,000 island archipelago. All wind predictions and routening don’t seems to fit the reality but we fancy this – It reminds us of the Archipelago Raid where you have to make the best out of whatever there is.

We saw all five boats in the lead during the intence race having loads of gear changes challenging the crews skills. Half way into the race Team All Stars made a few clever moves and could consolidate their lead wich they protected all the way to the finish line.

Result: Team All Stars, Outdoor Events, Swedish Youth Challenge (Artemis), Samsung Challenge, Coworks.

Sailing Pictures from the race – Click here!

The SeaCart Team

Categories: News
Jul
04