Sailors community in Portsmouth

By ydalir.nu

As every boat had to quarantine in Prince Rupert Bay, Portsmouth, for a week while arriving to Dominica, everyone had a chance to join the WhatsApp group or listen to the VHF sailors community calls…

Education in Dominica

By ydalir.nu

With the help of Cobra and Eddison, we got in contact with the local school in Portsmouth; Roosevelt Douglas Primary School. We met the Principal Teddy Wallace, who gave us good insights and took us…

Dominica a natural beauty

By ydalir.nu

The roots of friendship for this nature island have grown deep into our hearts during our stay in the bay of Prince Rupert. We have discovered fruits and vegetables that we did not know existed.…

Quarantine in Dominica

By ydalir.nu

Many moons ago the Prince Rupert bay in Dominica was known for being a favourite spot for malaria mosquitoes. This is luckily now far away and we feel very safe. On March the second, we…

Revive from the river

By ydalir.nu

Now it was time to let all the wounds heal. The body as well as the soul. We went to a beautiful hotel, La Toubana, high up on a cliff, close to the sea. It…

Exploring Guadeloupe

By ydalir.nu

Mainland Guadeloupe has the shape of a butterfly. The eastern part is the older one and the western part has a more recent history with an active volcano, La Soufirere. We got a berth in…

Les Saintes

By ydalir.nu

We found a good mooring ball in the bay of Bas de Terre. Now it was time to celebrate Anders birthday with a traditional Marzipan cake and a champagne lunch on board Ydalir together with…

Dominica incognito

By ydalir.nu

On the January 21 we left Martinique and sailed north to Dominica. The sailing along the green mountainous leeward coast was smooth and after four hours sail, we came to Prince Rupert Bay. The Dominican…

Close to water and nature

By ydalir.nu

These two men, Guilhem and Lilian crossed The Atlantic in this tiny boat a little bit closer to the water then we did. On the 7th of January we met them when they arrived to…