Photo: Fedor Konyukhov / Flickr
Russian traveler Fyodor Konyukhov will have to sail to Cape horn in the ice-cold cabin. TASS said the sailor son of Oscar grooms.
It turned out that the traveler’s boat after a storm damaged solar panels. “Yes, cold, hard, but what to do,” said Fyodor’s son, noting that so far everything is going according to plan.
Fyodor Konyukhov wrote in his personal blog that the boat is cold because the heating of the cabins have to save. “The loss of a piece of solar panels affects energy balance, before the coup I did not have any problems with charging, and now all the time the monitor indicators on-Board power,” wrote a traveler.
Fedor Konyukhov is travelling the world already 132 days. His rowing boat caught in a storm in the southern ocean and capsized on 2 April. Then a 9 meter ship made a turnover of 360 degrees and stood on even keel. Later, his son Oscar said that supplies a wind sock in the boat broke down and Fedor had to “go in blind”, focusing on the pressure of the wind on the ship.
The sixth voyage around the world Konyukhov started on December 6, 2018 in New Zealand.
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