Pensionat Ekbergsvillan

Address: Kallviksbrunn, Västervik, Småland, Småland and Blekinge, 59095, Sweden | Inn
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This inn is located on Kallviksbrunn, Västervik.
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The Inefficiencies of sailing

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Aug 09, 2014

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... and the anchorage is relatively close to the buoyed channel and not too hard to get to.

Sadly, when we got ourselves into the bay that is formed between Långö and Trässö, there were a few too many boats there for our liking so we opted for another spot, just south of Häfsö (see photo of chartlet, we were by the top left anchor) where we dropped our anchor quite successfully and there we remained, secure despite the fact that it ...

A Grey Day

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 28, 2012

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... bay with Loftahammar at its’ head, it was pretty much on the nose but we elected to sail which necessitated umpteen tacks and this we persisted in until Julie got tired and then we motored a while until our heading changed and we could sail more effortlessly.

The anchorage I’d selected is not in any pilot book but it looked very promising, at the head of a boomerang-shaped island, ...

Our first Fjord

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 09, 2012

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After yesterday's glorious weather, we weren’t expecting a repeat performance, especially as we had torrential rain in the late evening and overnight. It was a grey start but the clouds looked like they would break up so with a sense of optimism, we set off from our lovely, (albeit 'crowded’) anchorage at 09:15, switching the engine off once we’d safely re-entered the buoyed channel. The wind was blowing fitfully from ...

A 'Crowded' Anchorage

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 08, 2012

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... unpopulated, free of shoals, rich in harbours and there is good shelter. What more can you want’. There – that is why we wanted to anchor there – wouldn’t you??

After an hour under engine , we found ourselves heading northwards in a gentle SE wind, F2/3, so we were able to enjoy the unfolding scenery at a gentle 3 knots under sail. And what scenery! It really is gorgeous here, it is completely unspoiled, or at least the spoiling by man has had ...

Our First meal out since Germany

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 07, 2012

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... meal out since leaving Fehmarn! The cycle route we decided upon, basically took us out back down the channel we’d come in on by boat. Bearing in mind our philosophy of breaking ourselves in gently, we reckoned on a total ride of a couple of hours. There were no cycle paths as such but it really didn’t matter, as there were so few cars about. It was idyllic, the fields and pastures we passed were lush and green and the banks of the road had pretty flowers dotted about, ...