Ocean Hermit – sailing, solitude and stories

My plans to retrace Captain Cook's unfinished voyage have been postponed a year while I work on the next Marine Diesel Basics book and get my new boat SV Oceandrifter ready for sea.

Icebergs in the fog – mountains emerging from the famous Newfoundland fog

The hundreds of icebergs formed when the huge ice island broke off the Petermann Glacier in Greenland took two weeks to clear from the waters off northern Newfoundland in the summer of 2011.

And in that time, naturally there were plenty of days that were foggy. Fog and icebergs are not a welcome combination at sea! Here are 9 images of those days:

fog51 fog41 fog31 fog22 fog21 fog end1 fog man adrift1 fog1 fog11


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This entry was posted on November 4, 2013 by in Current Affairs, Photos.
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