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Namibia

1.-Scud

Luderitz

Lüderitz is a coastal town in southwestern Namibia. It’s known for its German colonial buildings, including the art nouveau Goerke Haus, built into the rock face on Diamond Hill. Nearby, Felsenkirche is a hilltop church with panoramic bay views stretching around to Robert Harbor. The Lüderitz Museum has displays about the town’s diamond-mining past as well as local and natural history.

We pulled in for a two-week stay while waiting for favorable weather to cross over to St. Helena, the 1st leg of our Atlantic Crossing.

2.-Luderitz


Downtown Luderitz.

6.-Surfing-Namibia









Surf run.

7.-Forbidden-Territory









Diamond fields.

8.-Sorting-Treasure










Warren and Grant sorting stones gathered from a sneak into the Diamond Fields beach.

9.-Dune-Jumping











Dune jumping down 200’ sands.

Agate-Beach











Tina collecting stones on Agate Beach.

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