Photos!

Check out the two new photos galleries from Matt’s voyage!

The first one contains photos from Matt’s camera including Alaska, The Pacific, Cape Horn and his voyage up the Atlantic to Brasil. We received these photos via flash drive hand-off during the Brasil resupply.

The next gallery is from the resupply crew out of Recife and shows some great photos of Matt’s boat from afar and up close.

Most of the photos from Matt are not at full resolution – the originals are on the way and will be uploaded when possible. Also, I’ll work with Matt to try and get some captions for the various photos so we can know where they were taken.

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14 Responses to Photos!

  1. Kate says:

    Thank you Mike for runing the website and posting these great photos! It is wonderful to SEE the wee boat and Matt….all LOOK well.

    Kate~

  2. Philip & Sharon says:

    Excellent photos. Thanks to everyone for your efforts. The photos bring us all just a wee bit closer the understanding Matt’s experience.

    Best wishes, P&S

  3. StarGazer NH says:

    Matt!! Absolutely Beautiful Shots. Especially I will assume the growth on your boat?? That’s what one may call “A Real Kodak Moment”. Hope all is well and Happy Winds back home..
    PS. Thank you Mike for the good website and posting these great photos of Matt’s!
    Robin and Linda

  4. Mark Watland says:

    Thanks for posting those GREAT pictures. Considering what they’ve been through, the boat and Matt look great.

  5. Neil Doran says:

    Can’t wait to see ya in Annapolis. Stay safe.

  6. thanks for sharing..god speed

  7. Hey guys !

    Matt will, maybe, cross the Equator today (for the second time, in his long journey).
    (returning in the end to the northern hemisphere).

    See his current latitude ! 0 56.830 S

    Be gentle with him god Neptune!

    Good winds the “MacGyver of the Seas” ! The real Gilliatt !

    FORTITUDINE VINCIMUS ! 🙂

    Fernando Costa, from Cabo Frio, Brazil

  8. sherri says:

    WELCOME BACK to the ol’ hood-sphere!!! thank you for your “courage and strength of character…capable of w/standing sic.,the terrors , strains and stresses of naval life, and GRACEFULLY accepting the rowdy humor…of shipboard life”. and esp for SHARING!

  9. rob says:

    Matt, ever heard of an oldtimer named Tristen Jones….I `m sure he`d be mighty proud of your adventure, in the spirit…..Good Luck

  10. Hi everyone!

    Matt is crossing the Equator right now! Look!

    Wed 7/Mar 11:01 GMT
    0 00.637 N 39 49.576 W
    Course: 3.1 kts, 318° true.

    A large glass of Caipirinha for him, please! LoL!

    Yes, yes, I’m paying!

    Good winds the “MacGyver of the Seas”! The real Gilliatt!

    FORTITUDINE VINCIMUS! 🙂

    Your humble disciple Fernando Costa, from Cabo Frio, Brazil

  11. Dave D says:

    6.8 knots! Whoo-hoo! We’re going to have to work hard to get our boat in the water to greet him off of Herring Bay, at this rate! Fair Winds and Following Seas, Matt!
    Dave D

  12. Brian McConnell says:

    Glad to see a long journey in a 27′ is more than possible. I hope to take my 26′ to the San Blas Islands . You are the insperation for my undertaking.
    Good winds and smoth seas.
    Brian Mcconnell

    Liked your thoughts on volenteering I did some this winter and will do more ,, very rewarding

  13. Colin Willett says:

    Hey Matt, you appear to have deliberately changed direction to the west, does that mean the winds have changed and NOW you are going to cross the Gulf Stream?

    Whatever you do “God bless”–we are all with you on your way back to Annapolis. Please stay safe.

  14. Colin Willett says:

    Hey Matt, you appear to have deliberately changed direction to the west, does that mean the winds have changed and NOW you are going to cross the Gulf Stream?

    Whatever you do “God bless”–we are all with you on your way back to Annapolis. Please stay safe.

    Colin and LeeD

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