Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Roland Illvesand, Oct 11, 2019.
Looks very much like Maine here in the US. Lots of little islands.
whats the deal on the solar panels?
I have a loose solar panel that I put out when I lie still. It is sufficient to operate the refrigerator and also charge batteries.
We fly into Stockholm usually twice per year, always from the south and right over the hundreds of islands on the arrival. The beauty of that area is phenomenal, to the point I usually have the other guy fly so I can gaze out the windows and take in the scenery. I can only imagine how amazing it must be on a boat during the summer there.
I also noted while walking around some of the marinas on the waterways in the city, the sheer volume of wood boats is like no other place I've been. Every shape, size, configuration - there's clearly a love of all things wood when it comes to boating in that area.
Beautiful but those underwater rocks would give me great concern. +1 for local knowledge.
You are absolutely right!
An underwater rock jumped at me! not my fault
But now i have a new Bravo lll drive.
Thanks for the great pictures!
Years ago, visiting some SAS pilot friends, we took a beautiful cruise through the Archepelago from Downtown Stockholm to Vauxholm for dinner and back. Great views!!
Yes, and all the rocky shores. Maine is beautiful. All that's missing from the photos is 1.5 billion lobster pots.
I usually go to Vaxholm and have lunch or dinner. It takes about 30 minutes to get there from my port