Originally Posted by brookiesailor
Not everybody has an unlimited amount of time....
I know that all too well, brookiesailor, but my point was that trying to do it all in an unrealistic timespan will guarantee that you won't even enjoy what little you end up doing. Norway
to Patagonia in 6 months will only get you frustrated, tired and maybe put you in danger
To me, supposing you're leaving from the East coast
of North America, the logical way to get to Tierra del Fuego in 6 months would be Bermuda
before the end of May, then straight to the Brazilian tip. A stop in Cabo Verde would be tempting but then starting in July you would be heading against the SW African monsoon. Then just follow the coast and you can make it realistically to Puerto Williams by the end of the year.
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