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Karlshamn. If I had not been with someone while I was there it would have been a bit of a bore. My favorite part of the town was the square. I can’t imagine Karlshamn has much of a tourist population but it did have Karlshamn postcards. The square was filled with elderly relaxing as they watched the day go by. I can’t say there was anything special about the town besides the people that live there. ...
... people that left Sweden. Now, I am finishing up this blog, having a celebratory glass of wine to put Sweden in our past and move on to Japan. We head back to Denmark at 6 am, fly into London and hop on to Tokyo. By the time we arrive there, we will be 14 hours ahead of CST. Sweden is wonderful, the people are proud and amazing. They took great care of us and we are thankful. I must get back here for a vacation. See you in ...
... miles would be a significant chunk out of the total distance to cover.
We were expecting a F5-6 SW-W wind. This strength is ideal for passage-making, if it is not in your face. The alignment of the coast here is essentially SSW and so, everything depended upon the amount of west we would get in the forecast SW-W wind, the more west the better, we could lay a straight line course to Sandhamn if ...
The Sunday breakfast was great - Eggs Benedict, omelets, champagne and caviar! After we docked we took the tenders (our lifeboats) to shore. Karlskrona was founded in 1685 by King Karl who wanted an ice-free port for the Swedish Naval base. It is on the southern end of Sweden and only has 30,000 residents. This is Regent's first visit to Karlskrona. It is a busy summer tourist area ...
... over became increasingly clear.
We had the afternoon off, so we decided to walk around the city for a few hours to check out some of the local sights before our farewell party that evening. We visited Fredrikskyrkan Church, situated on Stortorget, the main square in the city centre. We then toured an art museum and walked along the waterfront. And we had to stop by an ...