Taya's voyage to Patagonia

Down the Chilean "canales" from Puerto Montt to Puerto Williams in 2019.

16 April 2015
15 April 2015 | 600 nautical miles ENE of Galapagos
14 April 2015
12 April 2015 | South of Panama City
11 April 2015 | The Pacific Ocean near Panama City...
10 April 2015 | Shelter Bay Panama to Gatun Lake
06 April 2015 | Shelter Bay Panama
04 April 2015 | 5 miles outside Panama's breakwater
03 April 2015 | 100 nm from Colon Panama
02 April 2015 | 2 days before Panama
01 April 2015
31 March 2015 | In the Carribean proper
30 March 2015 | Southwest of Haiti
29 March 2015 | The Windward Passage
28 March 2015 | East Coast of Great Inagua
27 March 2015 | Turks and Caicos
26 March 2015 | 170 nm north of Turks and Caicos
25 March 2015 | Further along
24 March 2015

Patagonia continued: Departing Puerto Aguirre!

06 November 2019 | Puerto Aguirre
Katy Clay | Sunny, barometer rising...
We have been here for a couple weeks, with a visit from Evan and Rachel, and lovely side trips to Caletas Rosita, and Olea on Orestes Island. Once our kids left, we moved 500 lbs from starboard to port to restore equilibrium. We have been provisioning for weeks it seems, as the October photo from Angelmo market in Puerto Montt shows. Our friends Jean Claude and Francoise just got here from Puerto Montt on Sunday, so we now head south together in our two sailboats to the channels leading to the Gulf of Penas. Thanks to Jaime and Marina Austral here in Puerto Aguirre for a great stay!

Sadly, no more Internet for a month probably, but we have great reading material on board. In the last month and a half, I have the second chapter of my book drafted, (on bees in early Russian culture) and am turning to the 3rd chapter on bees and bee products in the political economy of pre-modern Rus and Muscovy.

We saw some enormous bees gathering nectar in this Chilean spring when we visited a Chonos refuge cavern in the park near Caleta Pozo on Monday between the heavy spring showers. They make their nests on the side of the cove here, and so far I haven’t found anyone keeping bees here.
Vessel Name: Taya
Vessel Make/Model: Passoa 50
Hailing Port: Dover, Delaware
Crew: Alan Cresswell and Katy Clay
Extra: Katy, author posting the blog.
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