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2011/12/06

Warm Up With Some PRETTY MAIDS!

It’s getting to be winter up here in the Baltics. The days are getting shorter and you have to wait long periods to see the sun. Tired of waiting in Finland, we sailed over to Denmark. After we passed through the Great Belt we made a short stop in the city of Horsens. We should have gone there earlier, because you know what we found? Some really PRETTY MAIDS! Full steam ahead through the Skagerrak!

2011/10/15

The Ones That Survived The Lake Of Bodom!

We found the survivors, the ones that survived the Lake of Bodom! CHILDREN OF BODOM! 28 out of 40 and counting as Finland welcomes back 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Floating Heavy Metal Festival!

2011/10/14

Pirates Force Us Back To Europe To Look For Survivors

While cruising in the Gulf of Mexico last week, we were hijacked by pirates. Didn’t that happen to us the previous year too? These guys are different however. They go by the name of ALESTORM and forced us to sail back to Europe, but instead of sailing to their home country, they demanded that we sail back to the Baltic Sea insisting that we would find more survivors there. 27 out of 40 on board 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Floating Heavy Metal Festival! Who are the survivors those pirates are talking about?

2011/09/29

Like A Knight In A Dark Night: KAMELOT

Tonight we anchored in the Tampa Bay where it came to us like a knight in a dark night: Please welcome KAMELOT on board 70000TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Floating Heavy Metal Festival. Are we staying in the Sunshine State for longer or will we sail onwards? You shall know soon…

2011/09/26

Please Welcome ATHEIST on board!

70000TONS TONS OF METAL, The World’s Biggest Floating Heavy Metal Festival passed the Florida Straight and then turned North. We decided to make a short stop in Sarasota to look for more signs, but the people here don’t believe in signs, in fact they don’t believe in anything, they are ATHEIST! 25 out of 40 as we continue to sail along the US Gulf Coast…