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Rob Bor wrote on 22nd December 2020 at 8:13 am:
Dag Laura, Voor mij ben je een prachtige vrouw met een uniek leven, unieke prestaties en een warm hart. Ik denk dat je veel kan betekenen voor jongeren in de knel. Je kan ze leren om onafhankelijk te denken, te volharden en verantwoordelijkheid te nemen voor de eigen keuzes. Een levensweg te leven in vrijheid die het leven kan bieden. Ik wens jou gezegende feestdagen en een voorspoedige voortzetting van je reis. Rob Bor, 72 jaar.
Georg wrote on 21st December 2020 at 5:00 am:
Hi, Guppy-Crew, wish you all a merry Christmas, free of storms and a happy New Year, reaching many exciting, safe coasts! – Dear Laura and Sander, let me take this opportunity to state, I´m delighted you have found each other. We don´t know, what future will bring. But Tim surely will never complain about a boring childhood poor in experiences. (Of the recent photos, those showing the little waterspirit touch my heart the most.) - Laura, I´m very happy, to know you on the high seas again. - Always fair winds! Georg
Sevecaa wrote on 12th December 2020 at 12:00 am:
Hello my Hero! Happy to find you are out on journey-You lead a very exciting life-Wish you well. Hope you have a Super GREAT Christmas and New Year. The first snow of the season has just began to fall here in Southern Oregon so I'm starting to feel the seasons. 🙂 LQQK forward to when our paths cross again. Peace and Love - Sevecaa@America
Frank Sangers wrote on 22nd November 2020 at 6:37 pm:
Wat een fantastisch initiatief! Ben ook blij dat je weer terug bent in NL en je hiervandaan vertrekt voor een unieke reis voor iedereen aan boord. We mogen trots zijn op je, Laura! Allemaal goede vaart, keep safe and healthy!
Mathis Reichel wrote on 15th November 2020 at 4:59 pm:
Hi Laura! may I write in german? well, I don´t expect the answer... let´s try it in englisch. I read that you work with children. Have you also an offer for older guys like me? I´m soon 70 and have to move for 1 year to another place before moving back to the old place. Now, instead of moving I was thinking about another way of spending the free year 2024. Sailing is on the top of my options. I´m not a sailor, but I love to sail... I spent hollidays on the mediterranean See between Mallorca an aegean see and 2018 I crossed the atlantic from Teneriffa to St.Martin/Caribbean, so I sailed about 6000nm. I have only the swiss D-licence for lakes, but until then I would make the ocean-license. Now I´m checking my possibilities. For me everything is still open between local trips and a "törn" around the world. The internet is full of skippers wich are looking for passengers. But I start with the best one! May I ask you for informations, addresses, recommendations a.s.o.? Kind regards, Mathis (mathisreichel.ch)
Lucy Smith wrote on 15th November 2020 at 7:46 am:
Hi Laura, I just finished reading your book about sailing around the world and have become truely inspired to begin sailing. Thank you so much! Lucy
Rudolf de Lang wrote on 12th August 2020 at 3:59 pm:
Ik ben je nu pas gaan volgen (Sorry😞) op Facebook en op YouTube (geabonneerd) Wat ongelofelijk wat z;"n grietje allemaal allemaal alleen kan doen 🤦‍♂️ Het ga je goed! En veel plezier met alles wat je nog gaat mee makken...
Ciprian I. Popica wrote on 21st June 2020 at 3:33 pm:
It's been a while since I've watched the documentary. I just read the note in the bio about it so maybe we keep in touch on that as I have an idea. Meanwhile I hope you will find the founds for the new Guppy. I'm sad about the old one. Same as I am about the boat I had and ended up badly as well after many promises from the new owners. Too bad I'm not rich to help you financially. Right now I'm also struggling to save money and get another boat and return where I belong.... on water. I'm really happy I found the website along with the YouTube channel and Facebook. Every time I was searching something all I could find were videos and stuff from other people posting about you. So I'll stay close and follow along with what's new. Sending hugs and best wishes from the middle of Transylvania.... for now. I'll get back with postcards when I'll be back on the ocean.
Jonathan Thornton wrote on 23rd May 2020 at 9:05 pm:
Dear Laur, I just watched your film Maidentrip. I am very impressed with your spirit, determination and bravery. Wishing you all the best in your project and with your family. Jonathan
Lawrence Williams wrote on 21st May 2020 at 1:06 am:
It is so nice to learn about your foundation. I am so impressed with Laura's accomplishments and her desire to continue to be an example and an inspiration to others. I am very sorry about your experience with the sailing non-profit that ruined your boat and did not take responsibility. I wish you all the best with your efforts and look forward to following the activities of the World Sailing Foundation Larry Williams, Chino Hills California
Ruud Stiebeler wrote on 19th May 2020 at 1:29 pm:
congratulations, one question How big is your ship and Type .? Thanks ,Ruud
Glen Starek wrote on 25th March 2020 at 10:48 pm:
Hi Laura, I had to drop a note, just watched MaidenTrip about you and was so very impressed. What a treat it was to watch and share in your time. As a U.S. Navy vet the scenes at sea brought so so much memories back to me, Thank you for that. I miss the sea and what it's like being out away from everything. Keep sailing and good luck to you and your family. Glen
Georg wrote on 10th August 2019 at 11:28 am:
In summer 2010 I heard the first time about Laura Dekker and her solocircumnavigation in the media and thought: “Tough girl, cool project.” – In August 2011 I started continuously following Lauras blogs and life. Therefore I can state, she is not only a tough sailor, but also a very diligent, circumspect and responsible skipper. One can entrust her young people for education by adventures on the high seas and also on land. – Best to All! Georg
Sven Kramer wrote on 8th March 2019 at 1:02 pm:
Dear Laura, End 2018 I sailed across the Atlantic myself. It was one of my dreams and indeed realising it felt super special. I finally had the time to read your book, which I bought long time ago as a signal of respect for your incredible achievement. With my own experience at the ocean, I admire your top performance even more; take for example your approach of Cape Town - wow! I also would like to compliment you for your cheerful writing style and optimistic attitude and your lessons of life. You are an inspiration for freedom and personal initiative, exactly what this world needs. Also your father deserves compliments for his faith in you and his unconditional support. Wishing you a great voyage in the rest of your life! Sven Kramer
Georg wrote on 14th February 2019 at 5:11 pm:
Dear Laura, having read the recent report about you in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, some thoughts: Yes, it is hard to realize to have entrusted in inhonest, stupid people. It´s hard to have lost Guppy, because she was your comrade in sails; and because of the financial loss. Otherwise, we enjoy sometimes to be positively surprised by people. “By their fruit you will recognize them.” Mans live: White sheets, dark sheets. Frankly written, maybe … maybe we should be relieved, “only” a ship is lost. (OK, a very special ship.) But not a person. “Only” your private wealth is reduced, but not of the Foundation. – Sometimes we wish back our childhood or youth. But even we are at the place of our birth, they never will come back! What really remains, are the people, we shared our young life with, our parents, siblings, friends, neighbours, teachers, … Dear Majesty of the Seven Seas, best to you and your crew! Georg
Daniel wrote on 12th February 2019 at 3:32 pm:
Viel Erfolg beim neuen Projekt. Kaum jemand hat so sehr wie Sie bewiesen, dass fast nichts unerreichbar ist. Liebe Grüße
Wim wrote on 1st February 2019 at 10:31 pm:
Dear Laura, Your idea remind me of White Squall from 1996. Where We Go One, We Go All. Knowing your Power of Persuasion I just know you will achieve this sooner than you think. I wish all the succes!! Wim
Georg wrote on 25th January 2019 at 3:51 pm:
Days of work are days of hope. Days of work make days of glory! Dear Laura, great interview at DAS. (Esp. also, because the interviewer was good prepared.) - Very belatedly congratulation on taking command over the nonprofit organisation named after you. You and your crew are a pack of lucky dogs, so much sailing and professional skills uniting.- I hold it for a great thing, to be sponsored by the Deutsche Bank. - Best success to you all! Georg
Jory wrote on 5th January 2019 at 11:26 pm:
Happy 2019! I hope the new ship will be fully functioning within a few years, hope you add a mini cat,!
Adrie Mol wrote on 1st January 2019 at 1:51 pm:
Hi Laura, Happy 2019!!!