The U-Boat (Long Haul Mark II Commando) in the Arctic

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The U-Boat (Long Haul Mark II Commando) in the Arctic

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Although, the U-Boat is still in Greenland packed and ready for a flight back to the US, we made it back home after 12 magic days of paddling the Ammassalik Fjord in East Greenland. We are happy to report that the boat held well over the rough terrain, cold waters and quite a bit of wind...

More details coming in the soon to be edited and published video diary, "Bluie East Two - 2014"
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

http://vimeo.com/channels/travelotherapy

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Happy to hear you enjoyed a safe trip, can't wait to see the video, I assume you are documenting this?

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Of course, working on the video... it takes a bit of time and effort... :)
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

http://vimeo.com/channels/travelotherapy

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