Just a reminder. I don’t want to hear anybody say: “Why didn’t you tell us.”
Nowhere are you safer than being on a boat with a healthy corona-free skipper.
You choose where to sail.
Check out Faule Haut’s cruising plan:
Just another beach at Mallorca. Skipper Ingo dropped his crew at Porto Colom and sailed from there just to the next bay south, Cala Marcala, a small calm and beautiful bay with a few beach bars and restaurants.
Faule Haut‘s anchor has just been checked. It’s buried deep in sand. So the skipper will have a peaceful night there.
By the way – there is room on the boat FOR YOU until Oct. 15. Hop on a plane and come to Mallorca. Faule Haut takes you any place you like. There are two double berth available. It’s still hot at Mallorca and the water temperature is 25°.
Skipper Ingo on SY Faule Haut
It’s an amazing and bizarre Island, Los Columbretes, 36 nm away from Faule Haut’s home port Vinaròs, Spain, Med.
Skipper Ingo and two good friends had a great time there yesterday and the day before. The mooring was calm, the air warm and not humid. Conny & Manni decided to sleep outsid in the cockpit and enjoyed the stary night. It was the Skippers 6th visit and … he’ll be back. So will his friends.
By the way – Skipper Ingo is alone on Faule Haut, ready for you to board. He’ll take you (almost) any place you like. Two double berth available almost for unlimited time.
No COVID-19, no masks on bord – just freedom and fun.
On June 26th 2020 Faule Haut has reached her home port after having sailed over 40,000 nm around the globe. She has been on her circumnavigation for 2 years, seven months, and 22 days, which are 965 days.
About 32.000 nm Skipper Ingo has sailed singlehand, crossing the Indian Ocean, the Pacific and the Atlantic alone.
This picture shows Skipper Benno and Skipper Ingo after reaching Vinaròs. Benno joined Faule Haut at Portimao, Portugal and accompanied Ingo on his final leg to his home port.
Skipper Ingo is sending a big THANK YOU, to all his friends and followers who accompanied him on this circumnavigation via WhatsApp, Facebook and whatsoever.
Please note, that Faule Haut is ready to receive guests for cruising the Mediterranean on from September 2020.
Faule Haut – nirgends liegt man besser.
At this very moment, June 25, 2020, 01:00 p.m. SY Faule Haut is leaving Cala Portinax, Ibiza Island to sail the last leg (95 nm) of her circumnavigation to her home port in Vinaròs, Spain. On board are Skipper Ingo and his best sailing buddy Skipper Benno. Benno joined FH on June 13, 2020 at Portimao, Portugal to accompany Skipper Ingo on his final leg.
Nothing lasts forever. Suzana just left Faule Haut after sailing 690 nm with Benno and Ingo from Portimao, Portugal to Ibiza, Spain.
We enjoyed her company and wish her all the best on her next cruise. She is gonna fly to Mallorca to join another crew on a cruise to Sardinia.
May 15, 2020
While Suzana and Skipper Ingo were sitting on the foredeck to patch the mainsail, Benno was in the cockpit at the steering, when all of a sudden he shouted: “Something is smelling here. Smells as if something is burning. There must be something burning inside.”
Being 10 nm off the coast, it was sure that that burning smell must have come from Faule Haut.
Fire on board is really the worst case scenario on a boat. Terrified, we all hurried down the companionway. And in fact, it smelled as if some plastic was burning. Skipper Ingo turned off the power supply from the batteries. This of course killed the autopilot, so he ordered Benno to take over the steering while he and Suzana kept on looking for the source of the smell, putting their noses in every nook and cranny. They expected to find a short in some wire someplace. Skipper Ingo checked the house bank (batteries) under his bed. All ok.
It took them several long minutes to find the cause. It was the electric water boiler which in fact, got SWITCHED ON BY ITSELF, (nobody was using it) without having water in it, and then the thermostat didn’t switch it off. It started to melt the plastic what made that nasty smell.
The crew was relieved, that there was nothing wrong with the boat.
By the way, that water cooker comes from China (like the corona). It was bought at one of these China stores at Vinaròs. No more Chines crap on Faule Haut.