Log #18l Canal de la Marne a la Saone

Log #18l Canal de la Marne a la Saone

Log #18l Canal de la Marne a la Saone Written at Barcelona Jan. 8, 2001 Covers the period Nov. 17 to Nov. 21, 2000 This stretch of canal from Vitry-le-François is called the Canal de la Marne a la Saone, and is the final stretch of the Marne route, crossing the watershed over to the Saone
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Log #18m La Marne a la Saone Part 2

Log #18m La Marne a la Saone Part 2

Log #18m La Marne a la Saone Part 2 Written at Barcelona Jan. 14, 2001 Covers the period Nov. 21 to Nov. 23, 2000 The tunnel at Balesmes-sur-Marne linking the Marne and the Saone systems, its north end at 47 49.9N, 005 22.4E, is 2.9 nautical miles, or 4820 metres, in length. As soon as
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Log # 18n Floods on the Saone

Log # 18n Floods on the Saone

Log # 18n Floods on the Saone Written at Barcelona Jan. 16, 2001 Covers the period Nov. 24 to Dec. 5, 2000 Pontailler (47 18.3N, 005 25.1E, PK 252.5, now measured from Lyon) was OK, but we didn’t want to get stuck there for the 10 days that we were. The night we arrived the
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Log #18o Waves and Wind on the Saone

Log #18o Waves and Wind on the Saone

Log #18o Waves and Wind on the Saone Barcelona Jan. 19, 2001 Covers Dec. 5, 2000 We left the pleasant Port de Plaisance at Seurre shortly after 0800 Nov. 5 to try to get down to Macon, about 55 nautical miles downstream. The marina at Seurre called H2O was a good one, with all facilities,
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Log #18p Saone to the Rhone

Log #18p Saone to the Rhone

Log #18p Saone to the Rhone Barcelona Jan. 20, 2001 Covers the period Dec. 5 to 10, 2000 We were weathered in at Tournus with high southerly force 7 and 8 winds for two more days. It was a bit bumpy alongside those floating pontoons at the edge of the river with the waves washing
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Log #18t Summary – Voyage through France.

Log #18t Summary – Voyage through France.

Log #18t Summary –- Voyage through France. Andratx, Mallorca, Balearic Islands Feb. 9, 2001 Covers the voyage through France from Oct. 1 to Dec. 26, 2000 It took almost three months to transit the canals and rivers of France from the English Channel to the Mediterranean, when initial planning was for six to seven weeks!
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