Mia is 1 year old – happy birthday! A lot happened in Boston. This thanks to Boston Waterboat Marina hosting us. Here some highlights:
Event at the University of Massachusetts. They told us, it is deep enough for our 8.5 feet keel, – it was 4 feet at 3 a.m., causing bending the rudder stock and a leak! We were pumping water for days till we could temporarily fix it!
3 Events at the Museum of science!
Happy Hallow School where we did a presentation and where our kids had a great time joining! Thank you so much for your hospitality and to make it possible!
Events at Russell School and Waldorf School in Beverly
Event at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology sponsored by Swissnex.
Events at the Mildred Ave School and Brown School.
Events at the New England Aquarium. They streamt my presentation and we got answers as far as Great Britain.
Many thanks to all who made our Boston stop a success. Special thanks to Family Rob and Vicky Brennan, Sonia Hammel, Family Meindl, Family Klein, Waterboat Marina, Brown Advisory and Swissnex:
Many thanks for the Fundraiser at Brown Advisory, Swissnex and all donors.
“Throughout our journeys across the world’s oceans, we know well the challenges of maintaining multiple fuel systems on our sailboat. The Single Fuel Project aims to simplify the fuel needed for powered-travel, heating, cooking and electronics and aims to utilize clean, environmentally friendly fuel.
We love the idea of being able to transition to renewable methanol, a true carbon-neutral fuel source, and to have the flexibility to rebalance fuel use for the specific needs of each voyage. We’re very excited to work with Carbon CEEnergy and see the Single Fuel Project become reality!”
Dario Schwoerer, TOPtoTOP Global Climate Expedition