The southernmost city

Through the seasons in the world’s southernmost city, Puerto Williams, Chile.

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The tale of a stove

Back in January, I wrote that we were about to buy our then-derelict boat to start our sailing journey. Four months later, the boat’s looking a lot better, though the sailing remains in the future. We’ll be forced to make our first excursion shortly, when our vessel’s import permit expires, which will require that it reenter Chile. So we’ll visit Argentina on the Beagle Channel’s opposite side. Continue reading “The tale of a stove”

Boat bathroom construction

Our boat’s interior, as described in our previous update, is currently in a bit of a state. We’re disassembling each cabin down to the hull, removing all the sand trapped there, then reassembling the rooms one by one. So we took the opportunity to shoot this video showing how the head (toilet) is made.

Reassembling a boat’s bathroom: hull check, insulation, cupboards, toilet, pumps, sink.