From Lerwick on the Shetland Islands the vessel sailed to the Faroe Islands. The way to the small island was very quite, a calm accompanied the crew on board the Dagmar Aaen... More in the logbook
Last week Arved Fuchs and his crew started the new expedition "Ocean Change" from Hamburg. On board the vessel "Dagmar Aaen" they reached the first destination of the new journey: Helgoland - Germany's only island in the open sea. More information in the logbook.
Arved Fuchs received the NatureLife International Environmental award 2017. The NatureLife International foundation presented the award to Arved Fuchs in the "Frankfurter Presseclub" on Tuesday, 30th. Moreover Fuchs continued the current lecture tour with several performances in Germany. This tour will go on till mid of April - at once...
The 85-year-old cutter "Dagmar Aaen" returned to the harbor in Hamburg exactly one year after her departure. The traditional sailing ship has covered 21.000 sea miles - en equivalent of 40.000 kilometers - since the farewell ceremony in Hamburg on the 5th of August, 2015. When one considers that the...
Arved Fuchs started his new expedition "Ocean Change" from the harbor of Hamburg. With his vessel "Dagmar Aaen" he wants to sail via Spain, the Cape Verde Islands straight to Tierra del Fuego and the Antarctic Peninsula. More infos on the expedition website "Ocean Change".