Yes, they made it across the Atlantic! whoo hooooo! Andreas and crew landed in Rodney Bay, St. Lucia around midnight on January 28th. The wind was howling and arriving into a dark and unknown marina was a bit shaky but they did it. Timing was spot on since I arrived with the kids and the rest of the family Saturday afternoon in southern St. Lucia. We all drove up on Monday to take out the boat have lunch on the beach. Andreas came back to the resort with us where we are fully enjoying some vacation time. Lots of wind for awesome kiting and lots of activities for the rest of the family. Couldn't be happier to be back together again.
After around 3200 nautical miles, 12 shooting stars, countless squalls, heavy rain, calms seas and winds of over 40 kts, hundreds of dolfins, 1 shark, 1 tuna and 5 mahi mahi' I have safely docked our sailing catamaran SHIFT in St Lucia. It was a heck of a trip and and experience that will stay for a lifetime. Now I can't wait to reunite with my love Sophie Moscoso Morel and Enzo and Anais as well as Sophie's family who are on the island too!