The "Falado" on the jetty
The two experienced sailors from Uetersen spent five and a half months with their "Falado" in the high latitudes. Now they are showing slides and films from their adventurous trip.
On April 29, 2006, the two sailors Walter Dölling and Eckhard Kirschner started in Uetersen to make their long-cherished dream of a trip in the high latitudes a reality. After 142 days and 7103 nautical miles in the wake, the sailors moored again in Uetersen on October 15th last year.
Her journey took her across Scotland to the Faroe Islands and Iceland. From there it went to Greenland and back to Iceland. Now the route of the 11 meter long aluminum yacht of the type Caren36 led to the island of Jan Mayen and the North Cape as the northernmost point of the trip. Back home, it went over the Lofoten and along the beautiful rugged coast of Norway. Helgoland and Cuxhaven were the last stops before the sailors moored in Uetersen again
On Saturdays, February 17th and March 10th, the two experienced sailors want to report on their interesting trip at 6 p.m. Admission, including the maritime buffet and a drink of your choice, should be 10 euros per person.
The exact address of the venue is: Fährhaus Fly Mountain, Fly Mountain 4, 21435 Stelle-Fly Mountain. Tickets can be reserved by calling 04174/59 53 71
More information at: www.falado.info/1.html