between land and sea. this is how he lives his life Marcelo RosadoA man of commodore who devoted his whole life to geology, until one day he took a helmsman course, an adventure that took him across different seas and across the Atlantic 11 day cruises. Perhaps all because of what El Gandul’s adventure meant to him, as he told ADNSUR from Brazil, the first point where he made landfall on the continent. ,I was ashore the day they left, andI’ve always been fascinated by the history of Gandul, what he did. I remember as if it was last week; and I followed them when they came, it’s a great memory, a great achievement, and somehow I think it was an inspiration,
Marcelo Rosado is from Comodoro. he grew up in the puerredo neighborhoodn, studied at Schools 143 and ENET No. 1, and grew up playing in the street and going to the beach. He remembers the sea, but he didn’t see a sailboat in the water. the only journey that unites Commodore with Puerto de Palos To attend “Expo Sevilla 92” after celebrating the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America.
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unless lived in the city for 19 years, Then, as happens with many boys, he went to Buenos Aires to continue his university studies.
marcelo is a geologist, but at that time he chose to study for a degree in chemistry. The degree was going well when one day, taking advantage of the fact that he had some common ground with Geology, he decided to go to a class to listen and it changed the whole gamut for him.
“It reminded me of the subject of oil, the field, so I continued with two majors but in the end I switched to geology,” he says remotely.
The race somehow maintained its connection to the city beyond its family. Until recently, before the trip, Worked for a consulting firm which was a YPF contractor And he traveled permanently to the region, as well as to other oil-producing provinces such as Neuquen, Santa Cruz or Tierra del Fuego.
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As a good geologist, his life was always connected to the earth, until 12 years back he wanted to do a helmsman’s course. It was a one way trip. “It’s the first helmsman course that enables you to navigate near the coast. In Comodoro, despite going ashore, I never saw a sailboat on the beach, but in Buenos Aires it’s simple enough, so I started did and never stopped. More and longer trips kept coming out; Brazil, Mar del Plata, and at some point they asked us to start private classes, so that’s how we started with a friend, always with a few people , where you learn best.”
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Marcelo’s private classes are not what one imagines of study. Theory and practice are combined inside the sea And the most frequent route is Uruguay, six hours by boat from the port of Buenos Aires. Each trip is a new adventure, so many times they make friends with their students, share different activities, even go on trips.
this is likely cross the atlantic by boatthanks to a student who went to live in Greece and asked him to buy a boat, ortake it to sea in the Mediterranean and bring it to Uruguayand where can I enter?
Thus, in May he traveled Thessaloniki in the north of Greece to start the journey. As the law required that the ship be taken out of the country immediately, together with his friend and adventurer he went turkey A week and then they returned to the country of the gods to travel to various islands, first to the north and then closer to Greece.
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continued the roadmap for Spain passing through Italy, and then the range of the coast; By 1 November he had begun the greatest challenge of navigation: Crossing the Atlantic Ocean, a more difficult adventure than expected.
“It was quite rough from Cape Verde to Ecuador. Nothing serious happened, but it was uncomfortable, but Crossing the equator was very emotional, not everyone can do it. I think this is a great achievement. There are not many Argentine ships, crewed by Argentines, that have crossed. That’s why we live it as the best moment as it leads to land. It is a coincidence that when we were nearing the crossing, the weather changed for the better and everything was more bearable”.
Finally, Marcelo arrived Fernando de Noronha, an island in the northeast of Brazil, achieve goals. Now the challenge is to complete the journey.
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The boat left for this on Thursday salvador da bahia, navigation of five days. Of course when you read this chronicle you will go on a journey, then you will try to go down to Uruguay, completing an adventure About 10 thousand miles.
For Marcelo, it is his great adventure, his own Gandul, that is bridging the gap. “I didn’t take it as just another trip. I had to quit my job. It’s not like I just left. This is an important visit, because it was not a vacation of a few months. I have a family, I have a 7 year old daughter, and being apart for so long was hard enough. That’s why I take it seriously and everything it deserves, because it’s far from being a pleasure trip or a vacation.”
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The Commodores still don’t know what will make his comeback. He has the options of being sea or land bound, perhaps going back to the place where he worked or accepting some of the offers made to him during this voyage. He knows that there is still time to make a decision, and he admits that for the first time he is not worried. “For the first time I’m not too worried. I’m trying to make the most of it and enjoy the journey. There are possibilities to do something about it, some more sacrifices than others, but when the project is over We’ll evaluate whether it can be done some other way or I can return to geology”, he says calmly, knowing that his life is between sea and land.