US News As a sailor in the South Pacific: “Great freedom” has a break

11:45  06 april  2020
11:45  06 april  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Worldwide travel has come to a standstill - even on the world's oceans, the supposedly last place of freedom. Austrians Doris Renoldner, 52, and Wolfgang Slanec, 64, are currently anchored in French Polynesia.

Fit bleiben in der Südsee: Segler Wolfgang Slanec beim Training am Vordeck wa?hrend der Corona-Quaranta?ne. © Photo: Seenomaden / dpa-tmn Stay fit in the South Pacific: Sailor Wolfgang Slanec during training on the foredeck during the Corona Quarantine. They call themselves

sea nomads: in 1989 they set off for the first circumnavigation of the world, in 2002 another seven years followed on the ocean. They write about their experiences on the blog.

But great freedom is a thing of the past: boat quarantine in the South Pacific. In an interview with the dpa themed service, the two adventurers talk about this special time - and what it is like to be on a small boat as a long-term traveler.

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Dear sea nomads, You drove from San Diego to the Marquesas in February. Where exactly are you and how are you?

Sea nomads: We are in the port of Atuona, on the island of Hiva Oa, where Paul Gaugin and Jacques Brel spent their last years. Our crossing to the perhaps most beautiful islands in the South Pacific took 20 days. But the corona virus has changed the world and our lives drastically in the past two weeks. We have been under boat arrest since March 21. That means we cannot leave our floating home. Quarantine also prevails here.

How are you experiencing this time?

sea nomads: Here we are locked in seven square meters of living space and are not allowed on land. The cabin has a stiflingly hot 35 degrees Celsius during the day. All island states and ports around us have closed, no one wants to accommodate sailors anymore. There are also no flights back to Europe.

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For the first time we are light years away from great freedom. Although we all envy our «exile», we would rather be in Austria now. We could move more freely in our small apartment with a mini garden in the mountains.

What is the mood like on the islands right now?

Sea nomads: The Marquesas are high volcanic islands, originally. Six islands in the archipelago are inhabited and belong to French Polynesia. It is lush with mangoes, papayas, bananas, grapefruits, oranges, lemons, avocados. The locals have been very nice to us so far. Even if they are worried, they know that we sailors are not really dangerous. Everyone who arrives here has been in quarantine for at least 20 days.

At the moment you might think that those who can sail have a clear advantage as a traveler. Is the sea the last bit of freedom and security?

Sea nomads: At sea you are certainly still free of viruses, but at the moment you can hardly moor in ports in the Pacific. In general, the regulations change daily. Sailing on is currently prohibited in French Polynesia. The Polynesians are very afraid of a catastrophe. As long as we don't catch a virus, everything is fine. But if we needed medical help, we would be better off at home. There is no hospital here.

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How long could you survive on your «Nomad» without having to moor at a port?

Sea nomads: We currently have food on board for around four months, water is more of a problem for us. We have a water tank of 250 liters, plus canisters, maybe a total of 350 liters of water on board. But we can catch rainwater.

How do you manage to finance your trips?

Sea nomads: We financed our first trip with jobs on the go. Working on other boats, vintage in France and so on. That wasn't a problem in the 1980s, 1990s. It has become more difficult today and we are older. We take fellow sailors on board from time to time. And in Austria we give lectures and have written three books to date. We live very economically.

Is there a message that you would like to send remotely in the current situation?

Sea nomads: Hold on, think positive, don't let yourself get down. We all hope that the exceptional situation will soon relax and normality will return - even if it feels different than before the Corona crisis.

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