of a conventional main sail
How to conventionally reef a mainsail
Andreas Hanakamp from Elvstrøm Sails in Wiener Neustadt, Austria knows what he talking about. On his CV you will find two Olympic Games, Volvo Ocean Race, Fastnet, Middle Sea Race, Transat Jacques Vabre plus numerous regattas. And...
Try this chicken Super Sub
6 chicken breasts
1 punnet baby tomatoes
1 packet lettuce greens
1 jar bought Harissa paste
2 long French loaves
Freshly chopped red chillis (optional)
Salt & pepper
Maybe you alreday met Bee?
Maybe you alreday met Bee when signing up for this newsletter?
We certainly fell in love with him – how could we not with Bee wearing that cap!. It is our pleasure to introduce Bee and his mistress, Sandra Stiel. Bee is a 4 year old Minature Austrialian Shepherd male dog. He...
Arvid and Annika, and their Great Dane, Pluto
S/V Inspirare is currently on her second cruising trip with Swedish/American couple Arvid and Annika, and their dog; a Great Dane named Pluto.
"In 2012 we set out to cruise the Pacific Coast from Seattle, WA, USA down to Mexico and back north again in our Bavaria 47. With the original...
Try this cheese and mushroom Omelette
10 eggs (4 per person)
200g button mushrooms (sliced thinly)
1 cup of shredded cheese
a sprinkle of chopped chives
100g Baby tomatoesContinue Reading
with EPEX GLP
The new EPEX GLP membrane for high performace cruising and clubracing has a greyish look and a soft and ruggy surface.
Check it out here on a Bavaria 46V.
- Lightweight sail with a high performance
- Good wear resistance
- Easy handling
73 year old Georg Noske never stops
Adding mileage to his record
Stopping by at Elvstrøm Sails in Aabenraa on April 26 2016, Georg told about his next adventure.This year he gives it another try, to sail up along the Norwegian coast and further on to Kirkenes at the Russian border. He did try in 2014, but had to...
This story is about Dirk Mertens from Belgium.
With a background in law and economics he is today a private investor at the age of 65, lives in Antwerp on a farm, breeding Grand Prix horses. But the real essence is a story about a man who seems to be living his life to the full – loving to sail!
sætter Elvstrøm Sails spiler
Vi glæder os til at se Havana i 3. Sæson af Kurs mod Fjerne Kyster med spritny 178m2 spiler fra vores loft i Aabenraa.
Eventyr, drømme, frihed,...
Best Boat 2016
Best Boat 2016 by US Sail Magazine in the category; ”Best Small Cruiser”. A blast to sail. Congratulations to Qourning Boats. At Elvstrøm Sails we´re proud to be a supplier for the price winning Dragonfly 25. Dragonfly 25 was launched at the Boot 2015, accompanied by...
Inspired by a book, Morten Friis and his family went sailing for a long time!
No real sailing background
Morten – a highly educated banker and family man – didn’t start sailing till 2007, where he was introduced to the local club by a colleague. His very first boat; Beetle – an X-412 - was bought in 2008. In 2013 he and his wife crossed...
The FatFurl design
Like getting a new boat
This is how Jürgen Gideon, Niedersachsen, Germany speaks in favour of the FatFurl design:
"To me as a cruiser , buying a sail is a question of finding a strong solution that can contribute to the pleasure of sailing. Both life span and...
This summer 3,500 miles from Denmark, up the Norwegian coastline to the North Cape and back.
Georg Noske from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bayern, Germany is not a Mr. average sailor. He and his wife, Ingeborg split a year in two halves, so to speak. Half a year sailing, half a year respectively planning – respectively working. Georg retired at an early age of only 51 from the German...
It certainly wasn’t part of the plan, when on Monday 9th July Johnny Kirk and Gert Hulevad from Ishøj, Denmark docked at Aabenraa.
“Port of destination” was to be the Bay of Biscay, Southern France. However, assisted by the wife on the sideline a resolute decision was made, and course set for Aabenraa. Saturday evening a thunderstorm came up around Gedser where Johnny and Gert were with their Bavaria 42 Cruiser. A...
A genuine cruiser goes racing - and wins the race
Thomas Nielsen from Yachtsport Eckernförde took part in the Aalregatta from Kiel to Eckernförde in his Saare 41ac, which is a genuine cruiser. Nevertheless he came in as number 7 out of 131 participants and within the “yardstick mit Spi” and over all he won the race. The only yachts...