Multihulls World - Destinations derniers articles de la catégorie "Destinations".fr-frReunion Island: An island to discover…from the inside!’re catching up again with Olivier, a true multihull adventurer, who likes nothing more than a life on the ocean wave. Having left Rodrigues Island, he decided to stopover at Reunion Island rather than Mauritius. Why? He wanted to find some authenticity, and there was also a bit of nostalgia for...Fri, 24 Jan 2020 11:38:47 +0100Lüderitz – Namibia - When you're in the desert...üderitz, in the south of Namibia, is both on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and in the middle of the desert. The city was founded by German merchants at the end of the 19th century - it is one of the oldest cities in southwestern Africa.Tue, 22 Sep 2020 16:00:43 +0200Key West - In search of the islands in the stream… West, the most southerly point of the American mainland has always held a fascination for seafarers. Our journalist Kevin Green takes us out aboard a Seawind 1260, following in the wake of the island’s most famous resident, Ernest Hemingway.Wed, 23 Sep 2020 17:29:10 +0200SOUTH AFRICA Richards Bay to Knysna - A high-risk passage adventurer Olivier Mesnier is back at sea after a long four-week stopover on the island of La Réunion. He and his crew are heading for South Africa, with its strong currents and legendary waves... On the menu for this crossing was a gale as brutal as it was unpredictable.Wed, 25 Nov 2020 14:57:49 +0100KUPANG - The gateway to Indonesia, Indonesia... yes, it rhymes, but apart from that, these two big countries don’t have much in common. 500 nautical miles separate Darwin from Kupang, a small Indonesian town located in the western part of Pulau Timor. It would be our first stopover in Indonesia; I don’t like cities,...Wed, 25 Nov 2020 15:11:51 +0100Uligan – The Maldives : the Indian Ocean's fashionable destination is a destination that has been talked about a lot lately! The Maldives are indeed very much in the spotlight, especially among the small number of boats that have been stuck in the Andaman Sea. Finally allowed to weigh anchor, these sailors are getting ready to cross the northern Indian Ocean...Wed, 24 Mar 2021 10:40:40 +0100Alizé’s (Half) World Tour - Stage Three: Tristan Da Cunha/Mayotteé, César, Lisa and Max are accompanying their Captain - Alizé’s father - on a great adventure: they are delivering Maitai, a Lagoon 450 Sportop, from Les Sables d’Olonne, in France, to Mayotte, in the Indian Ocean. Five months at sea, lots of adventures, and above all, lots of laughs -...Wed, 24 Mar 2021 11:24:46 +0100Cape Agulhas – Simon’s Town – Simon’s Town - Where two oceans collide is where two oceans collide. Cape Agulhas is the southernmost point of the African continent. Its name - Cabo das Agulhas in Portuguese, Kaap Agulhas in Afrikaans - may come from the observations of Portuguese sailors more than 500 years ago: the magnetic and geographical North coincide here on...Tue, 18 May 2021 07:45:16 +0200Travelling by multihull - Our 10 favorite destinations’s pretty tough limiting yourself to only ten dream destinations. And it’s not easy to choose between two heavenly tropical islands... We have therefore tried to offer you plenty of turquoise and coconut palms, but also some «cooler» destinations. There is no question of limiting ourselves...Tue, 15 Jun 2021 11:26:58 +0200Namibia - Cold waters and hot sand, what a contrast!’s back to the Atlantic for Jangada and her crew, navigating along the dunes of the Namib Desert! This long line of sand dunes stretches for almost 1,300 miles (2,000 km), from South Africa to Angola. Seen from the shore, this Namibian coastal desert seems desolate and inhospitable. But some...Wed, 21 Jul 2021 15:52:12 +0200Finland - Sailing under the midnight sun course, sailing in winter in Finland is not possible. The country straddles the Arctic Circle... But during the summer season, tens of thousands of islands - most of them deserted - are there to be discovered in the Baltic Sea - more precisely in the Gulf of Finland in the south, and the Gulf of...Mon, 20 Sep 2021 16:57:51 +0200The island of Tortuga / Venezuela - There are goats and... Cactuses! sun and turquoise water: we were set- ting foot on one of the last virgin territories of Venezuela. Isla La Tortuga was discovered in 1499 by Alonso de Ojeda and was later occu- pied by pirates in the 17th century - a fate that should not lead to this 75-square mile island being confused with...Mon, 20 Sep 2021 17:50:23 +0200Brisbane / Darwin - Cruising Tropical Australia (2/2) In Multihulls World #176, our Australian correspondent Kevin Green explored the first part of the route from Sydney to Brisbane. We’re setting sail again with him as he continues his voyage northwards. On the itinerary, the Tropic of Capricorn, warm waters, and the Great Barrier Reef!...Tue, 21 Sep 2021 10:57:36 +0200Blue Water Cruising on Multihulls - The Sailing Youtubers In less than 10 years, social networks and image, sound and editing tools have undergone a real revolution. Add to that the explosion of the YouTube sharing platform and you have all the ingredients for sailors on two or three hulls to share their crossings, their most beautiful anchorages...Tue, 21 Sep 2021 12:00:29 +0200