Day 109: 20,000 Steeds Under The Sea

19.04.09:

After another night of tossing, turning, giving up and reading until light. Today I kicked around one the bridge with the Captain for a little while before getting a tour of the engine room with Siggi, the Chief Engineer – blimey! – I thought that the engine on the Reykjafoss was big! This put it in the shade: built – bizarrely – by Kawasaki (seems they only make very small or very large engines and nothing in between) the thing was spread over two floors. Twenty Thousand Horse Power! Scary stuff!

Wasn’t much else to do today so I contented myself watching DVDs on my own in the TV room. Still would like to know where everyone else on the ship is hiding.

Graham Hughes

Graham Hughes is a British adventurer, presenter, filmmaker and author. He is the only person to have travelled to every country in the world without flying. From 2014 to 2017 he lived off-grid on a private island that he won in a game show, before returning to the UK to campaign for a better future for the generations to come.

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  1. capn nemo

    Sounds like the Red Dwarf.

  2. Siggi

    Nice work, I’m waiting to see the video from the Twenty Thousand Horses 🙂
    Best luck, from Iceland.

    Siggi, the chief engineer, M.V. Dettifoss

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