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Marianne aufgebockt am Rande des Lake Okeechobee

The Sailing Season 2014 is finished

Let’s cut to the chase and make this long story short! At least somewhat short! Marianne is jacked up on the hard next to the Okeechobee Lake in Florida and will remain there for some time to come. The Captain and I are currently back home, almost 8000 km away from our floating home of the past three years.

Our dream has always been to arrive in my home town of Rostock for the Hanse Sail festival this year in August – with tailwinds and Parasailor, minimal techno banging from gigantic loudspeakers on board and our guitar hero Ed DeGenaro playing the guitar solo of his life along, all on Marianne’s bow. But no. That ship has sailed. Or…continue reading!

(B)logbook

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USAiling. Ein Road Trip durch die Staaten. Teil 3. LA und San Francisco

Habe ich schon erwähnt, dass wir keine Karte haben? Und es hier kein Netz gibt und das GPS nicht funktioniert? Also, wir haben keine Karte. …continue reading!

Videos

Slow Boat to Africa

Slow Boat to Africa

Well, thanks to our rusty old engine that desperately needed to be repaired we already spent a long time here in Trinidad and Tobago. But now we got it back up and running again so we’re ready to sail away on our “Slow Boat to Columbia”. But for you guys, now it’s time for “Slow Boat to Africa”!

For all of you who haven’t got themselves a copy of our album “AAA” should do that right away at music.sailingconductors.com. And for the ones with the CD already in their hands, you can now enjoy the newly recorded steel pan of the best female steel pan player of Trinidad and Tobago.

Ahoy, The Sailing Conductors

Many thanks to: K’an Burne – Vocals & Guitar (recorded in South Africa) Taryn Adamson – Backing Vocals (recorded in South Africa) Amado Dolinco – Conga (recorded in Mozambique) Smutje Hannes – Bass (recorded in South Africa) Juan Munhoz – Drums (recorded in Brazil) Natasha Joseph – Steel Pan (recorded in Trinidad and Tobago)

Jack Mantis performing Slow Down video

Slow Down by Jack Mantis

Well, that’s the way it goes in the life of the Sailing Conductors: In the very minute we set up all our equipment to record …continue reading!

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Veronica Veromm & Friends

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Artists

Bass: Realdo Salato (Mosambik)

Realdo Salato

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