We hit the road to the city Beaufort NC. However, the weather turned to the rain like cataclysm when we were about the reach the Beaufort. The wind was at least 20-30 knot.
We hardly found our way to the crowded anchoring area. In the evening we met with Staublar again and after diner we went back to our boat before it was too late. Fortunately, we came back early because, a dragging boat at that storm hooked its chain to our anchor. After working so hard we could let him go. We thanked to our anchor ULTRA for one more time that it carried those two big boats in this storm when the wind was blowing 30 knot.
Translated from; YELKEN DUNYASI magazine December 2005
"VAGABOND’S ROUND THE WORLD CRUISE Second Stage ITALY and TUNISIA COASTS"
"...At night lightning to flashes at far away started to come closer, at around two O’clock a crazy wind made us remember the “Devil Triangle” gossips.
While we were watching anchor dragging boats, we thanked to our Ultra for one more time.
Translation: Erkutay YUCEL
(P.S.: You can find Nilgun GUNDUZ’s original turkish message in turkish part.)