The last thing you want to do in Antarctica in 2021 is now Spain

The embargo Pequod, that the year has passed in the sense of being in the vicinity of Antarctica, in the wake of the Olive Port of Spain, is close to the dominance of Pascua, in a journey that implies a “mental mentality and strength” to complete peregrinación de Santiago de Compostela “a vela”, manifesto a Télam su capitán, Manuel Pardi Rial.

“I always like the nautical,” said the captain of the boat, and said that he was a dune, “sailing in the Río de la Plata,” and that he left the voyage to study abogaccia and dedicate his family.

El Pequod, a veloro “pequeño pero resistente” de menos de diez metros, partirde desde el Yatch Club Argentino y llevará a Pardi junto a su esposa, Silvina, hacia Europa, para completar la travesía que commenzó el año pasado.

The new building, built by Hormiga Negrafue, was made by the architect Hernán Álvarez Forn and was considered in the case of a private boat in Antarctica in 1987, before being opened by Pardi.

The captain explained that when he “had the opportunity to buy”, he was looking for Francisco Gigena, the original designer, to convert the new one into a “green and self-sustaining” boat, and to take Antarctica “to generate carbon emissions”.

“The restoration, which has been very deteriorating, and the desire of Antarctica with the idea that an alcanzara is an objective, completing the peregrination of Santiago de Compostela in Spain,” he explained.

As soon as the embargo, which transported to Pardi and the two friends, took place in Antarctica in 2021, three decades have passed since the realization of this trip.

In this form, Pardi completes the mitigation of his peregrinación, which now takes place in Brazil and Portugal, is located in Baiona, Spain, where he completes his work, staying in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

On his way to Antarctica, the Pequod part of the port of Olivos, in the Mar del Plata and Quequén, in the province of Buenos Aires; in Puerto Deseado, Santa Cruz; and finally in Puerto Parry and in the Isla de los Estados, in Tierra del Fuego.

From there, the realization of the cross of the Drake Passage is the final destination, the Decepción Island, located in Antarctica.

“Drake’s Passage is a place with great grains and winds of the west that will always be with the current maritime business and the world in the world, and will be able to stay permanently in the west, where it will be a sea place of flight intensity of winds “, explained Pardi.

The navegante manifests that the voyage of Antarctica is “different” and, además de los inconvenientes técnicos que pueden surgir, también hay hostelidades, como “el tiempo, el frío, no golpear el barco, que se te congelen los dedos” .

The difference between the anterior voyage, which is connected with the winds with a lot of intensity, in the voyage of Europe to attract the “equatorial calms”, the zone known with the name of the Latitude of the cavallos, donde no hay viento “.

“In antiquity, when the boats are ready, but the most important thing is to start the water of the boats”, said the navigator, and said that he will attract the zone with “an electric motor”, using energy, solar power, oil “to generate energy.

Además, the captain señaló la dificultad de las zonas calmas, donde no hay viento: “Lo que le juega en contra al ser humano es la mentidad. Hace falta fortaleza mental para encarar esa situción”.

“En tormenta es más fácil, hay que aguantar la furia de los elementos y hacer lo que hai que hacer, pero cuando uno no tiene viento la impotencia es lo que affea a la mentalidad”, agregó.

Without embargo, Pardi did not pay much attention to Spain in July, and this was the ultimate “details and arrangements”.

So many days, the days in the boat include “many things to do” together with the queens of diaries: we have a lot to read. We will always have repairs on board “.

“Here I am with these poster ideas,” said Captain del Pequod, and sent a message that the second embargo was being carried out to realize the overthrow of Santiago de Compostela: the part and the peregrinación a pie “, he concluded. (Télam)

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