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Carina - A Bianca27

In 2004 my father-in-law invited my wife and me for a one week trip to Denmark. This is his ship, the Carina, a Bianca27. She's a sturdy old lady, but quite robust. It offers room for three to four persons and is quite comfortable.

Uwe Gorber and his daughter Petra

This is the skipper, Uwe Gorber, with his lovely daughter (my wife!) Petra. :-) Us three will stay for the next week on the Carina, cruising from Laboe (close to Kiel) to Damp, Lindaunis, Sonderburg, Hynshav, Marstal, Schilksee, and then back to Laboe.

Mark Zanzig 2004

And this is me, trying to look good while fasting the sails. So, now that you know the team, let's start our trip...

Laboe Beach

We started our tour in Laboe, which is situated North East of Kiel. Laboe has a nice beach and is a heaven both for tourists and skippers. If the weather looks good, we recommend to stay a few nights in Laboe to relax.

Damp Yacht Harbour

Damp has a clean and nice yacht harbour.

Damp Harbour Master Office

The harbour master has his office in a pyramid which looks quite cool in the evening sun.


Damp itself consists of several concrete towers, which are used as holiday appartments today. You will find a good infrastructure in Damp, i.e. many shops and restaurants.

Kappeln an der Schlei

Uwe took us to Kappeln the next day, which sits at the Schlei. We had quite some wind that day, and we were happy that the Schlei is protected from the rough Baltic Sea! :-)


Kappeln is a beautiful town with many old buildings. While tourism is definitely the major source of income here, the place is still not too crowded. If you've got time, we recommend a visit to the historic town center.

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