Yannick Kethers

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All in all, he wants to inspire people to get on a sailing boat, untie the mooring lines, hoist the main sail, unfurl the genoa and discover the world’s oceans. As a qualified DSV SHS Ocean Skipper and RYA Yachtmaster, we are glad that he is our official sailing specialist for Sofia na Australia.
sailing around Denmark on a pogo 40

Sailing Around Denmark On A Pogo 40

“POGO” – The name might sound inconspicuous or even funny, but among sailors, the word “POGO” is instantly associated with very fast, high performance offshore sailing. In fact, the French shipyard Pogo Structures is famous for its fast sailing boats, which are present in numerous offshore races worldwide – not to forget the notorious Rolex […]

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preparation for an outdoor adventure

Preparations For An Outdoor Adventure

  Going on an outdoor adventure requires preparation and planning in advance. Taking an offshore sailing trip as an example, here are 10 pieces of equipment that you should take with you including some ideas how to protect your material in humid environments and how to keep everything together 1 – ACTION CAMERA They are […]

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Go Sailing!

Looking for a thrilling adventure? Go sailing! 

  In about two weeks’ time, some 80 yachts will rise to the challenge of circumnavigating Denmark. That is the legendary Pantaenius Round Skagen – Germany’s biggest and toughest offshore sailing race extending over 1000 km, starting from the island of Helgoland in the North Sea and finishing in the city of Kiel on the […]

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A couple of yachts in the harbour.

An Unforgettable Travel Experience: Let’s Head To Ijsselmeer! |Netherlands

  Today we have some very special travel inspiration for you! I’d like to take you to a lovely place which is located quite far away from Australia: Roughly 16.300 km away from Brisbane! I’ll take you to the Ijsselmeer region in the Netherlands – Probably one of the nicest and most popular places to […]

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Why You Should Sail in Portugal During Winter

For many European sailors, the word “winter” announces the time to get the yacht out of the water and do some repairs ashore. With temperatures dropping, days becoming shorter and low pressure systems crossing frequently these latitudes, the sailing season comes to its end forcing the enthusiastic cruising sailor to remain for a couple of […]

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