The sea is a journey! And the journey has always been our great passion. The charm of endless blue, the scent of the sea and the ultimate feeling of freedom are an integral part of our lives for many years. As lovers of long trips and many hours cruising on the open sea, this time we decided to open up to the vast ocean.

By Thomas P.

The idea was born a year ago or so, but it seemed like an unreachable goal with many obstacles that seemed insurmountable. But as our will and passion were growing bigger, these obstacles have started to brake down and look like a house of cards ready to collapse.

By Thomas P.

It’s about Corsair 31, which is produced by the company of TOP LINE. It’s a Rib of Greek designers and producers with many and great achievements in speed races in Greece as well as international too. With no doubt it is one of the best Ribs in its category throughout the world.

By Thomas P.

After many months of hard work, preparation and sea-trials, the long-awaited day of the departure has finally arrived. Wednesday, 23 July 2014. At the end of a very beautiful departure ceremony that took place in the port of Thessaloniki, with the presence of local authorities, journalists, sponsors and friends, our long journey started.

By Thomas P.

After the wonderful moments given to us by Italian friends, local authorities and sponsors, we set a bow for our next stop in Barcelona, where we would welcome the entire Suzuki team in Spain.

By Thomas P.

5 August, 06:30, we slowly left the Port of Ginesta Marina. We were about to cover about 900 miles in three days, and get to Cascais, a few miles west of Lisbon.

Our first stop was Almeria. 360 nautical miles path. We had put 110lt gas and replaced the Bravo I 24 propellers with 21, 5" of Suzuki.

By Thomas P.

After several days of waiting in Cascais, the time to live the ultimate life experience has finally arrived. Of course, we now had the previous experience of our first effort. It was obvious, though, that something was missing.

By Thomas P.

Bunched together inside the tent room, we were cruising with 5 knots burning 2 lts per mile. This way we earned increased mileage while having a few hours to rest. We put on the thermal camera and the radar.

By Thomas P.

We were all around the console discussing and encouraging each other. We still had 320 nautical miles to the eastern lighthouse of Sao Miguel when it was slowly beginning to dawn. I felt like we had arrived, but I was wrong. The feelings you have when you are at the crack of dawn, in the middle of the ocean, are simply incredible.

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