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The Details Of Delos- By Marta

The smallest detail can make the biggest difference! After living on Delos for a couple of weeks I started to notice more and more of all the little details on the boat. In the beginning...

You are Awesome! Yes you. – By Michael Gunkel

First and foremost I’d like to send a shout out to Brian & Karin for being such generous hosts as well great friends; and a special shout out to the Delos supporters, and friends...

Jumping ships – By Camilla

For as long as I can remember, traveling and cruising has been a constant background to everything that has happened in my life. I grew up in Sweden, hearing my parents dream of their...

Eating on Delos- By Carmen

Part 1 (South Africa: Before the Passage) Many people envision the cuisine on a boat as not much more than eating cold baked beans out of the can and rationing out water and moldy pieces...

Balance and Bliss through Yoga in Nature- By Carmen

Don´t be fooled by social media, you don’t need a yoga mat, blocks, or even a cute crop top and yoga pants.  There is nothing wrong with indoor yoga studios and all the yoga...

Sea Sick on the Indian Ocean- By Carmen

Never having had a case of sea sickness during my many voyages, totaling around 8000nm, I was extremely surprised when I started feeling waves of queasiness almost as soon as St Francis Bay disappeared...

Passage to Cocos Part 4 – By Babs

I woke up this morning rolling back and forth in my bunk. I went up into the cockpit and noticed no wind. We were motoring along and swaying with the waves. The past few...

Adventure to Delos, Part 1- By Michael Gunkel

How did I get to crew on Delos? So….. I guess it all started one glum morning, where I was feeling a little down. Looking back it started like any other morning, except for one...

Naked at Sea – By Frida

Hello darling friends! It’s been an intense time with new impressions adapting to a life at sea. First arriving on Delos; straight into work mode doing the Haul out, welcoming the rest of the crew...

Sailing to Chagos 10 Days and 5 Hours at Sea – by Karin

We left Cocos (keeling) at 2:35 June 22nd, we were all in high spirits and the air was alive with excitement and anticipation for our 1500 NM long passage across a big chunk of...
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