The Ocean just doesn’t care =)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isgutdpzd8c&t=424s Ross Edgley talking about his swim around the UK Close to 2000 miles, which means 3218.688 km, which means the distance around the UK, oh, I forgot to say, swimming, the world's longest swim. Six hours on, six hour off. Over and over again, for 160 days. Crazy. Out of scale. Amazing. Now that … Continue reading The Ocean just doesn’t care =)

Decisions, decisions…

...or how to make good decisions. Last month I attended to the VIII Seminario Internacional de Ingeniería y Obras Portuarias (SIOP), where I was invited to give a keynote talk. It was a great opportunity to talk with our Chilean colleagues, share knowledge and operational problems, listen lots about marejadas and tsunamis. I had the … Continue reading Decisions, decisions…

Measuring waves

Measuring waves in the Southern Ocean is not an easy task. To be honest, measuring anything in the Southern Ocean is not easy. The possibility of encountering 10 m swells and winds reaching over 80 knots make in-situ measurements challenging. For that reason we take every opportunity to deploy as much equipment as we can, to … Continue reading Measuring waves