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Brabant Island, Palmer Archipeligo, Antarctica


Tecla is sailing north with reefed mizzen sail from Gerlache Strait past Brabant Island in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica, with clearing skies on the evening of February 4, 2023.

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Tecla is a 62-foot North Sea drifter that fished for herring on the Dogger Bank, built in Vlaardingen, Holland, 1915. After sailing as freighter out of Denmark, Tecla returned to Holland in the 1980’s to be re-fitted as a sail training vessel with two wooden masks, 6 sails and some heavy wooden spars (gaft-rigged) to set sails including on topsails and jib boom instead of bowsprit.

These images are from several voyages in Scotland. In 2019, I joined Tecla in Iceland to sail to Nuuk Greenland.

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