Ellen and Ed Zacko Sail around the world in the Lyle Hess designed NorSea 27 Entr'acte!_____________________________FIND US AT - http://enezacko.com
Entr'acte---The music played before the second act of a Broadway musical.

The Voyage  of Entr'acte

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1981-1986

 Part 1--The Partnership

    The story of our first voyage.



2002

  Part II--The Friendship

Background to our present voyage 



 October- US East Coast 



 November - Chesapeake Bay



  December - Daytona Beach

2003

   February - Nassau Bahamas



   March - Exuma Cays



   May - Haul Out in Florida



   July - Trans Atlantic to Azores


   August -  Azores



   October - Landfall in Lisbon

2004

   July - Sevilla,Espana

2005

    March - Sevilla,Espana



    June - Semana Santa Feria



    August - Caicos Fred



    November - Azores, Madeira,


                                   Canary Islands

 
 

    December - Canary Islands,
                                  to Carribean

2006

    April - Carnival Trinidad

2007

Part III--Into the Pacific

  January -  Trinidad


  March - Grenada to San Blas




  May - Panama Canal




  December - Costa Rica Yacht Club

2008

   April - Galapagos




   May - Passage to Polynesia




   June - Marquesas and Tuamotu

2009

    September - Tahiti

    October-Raiatea, Bora, Bora



2010



   May-Pago,Pago
                     American Samoa



   May - Tonga


   October - Fiji

2011


   October-Fiji Second Season



2012


   October-Fiji to Vanuatu



      Vanuatu

       New Caledonia



     Adiue Pacifique!


Part IV--Europe Again



2013

      Normandy

      Up the Seine
                          to Paris


       Les Canaux de France




Fall-2014


    Sevilla Otre Vez!


    Semana Santa 2014


    Feria in Sevilla - 2014


 
   Jazz in France-2014 


    Recuerdos de Sevilla-2015







 


 




        

                         The Voyage of Entr'acte Continues 

                                                         with  Ellen and Ed Zacko

                                           

           




    ..... and have we got a story to tell!   If you have been following the Voyage if Entr'acte then you already know about our crew....  But we bet that you did not know just how they all met.  Well,  they now have their own book that tells the story from the very beginning.  Click on the photo above or on the photo in the side bar to the right to learn more.
    Join "The Boys" on their own adventure!











                            We're back in the USA!


    Yes, it has been a long time!  Far too long but we have been very busy. Crossing an ocean, crossing a continent and working non stop for months on our refit.  So much has happened, all of it good but,  we have not had sufficient time to tell it all so.....below is a very brief summary of the last year and a half.

    As the Coast Guard weather station always says......"More to follow!"

    Stay tuned.




    Ship Track Position Reporter

    You easily can follow Entr'acte's progress through the Ship Track position reporter.  This is a free service of the Maritime Mobile Service Network, a dedicated group of HAM Radio enthusiasts that maintain a  radio network for ships at sea.  Through MMSN we have world-wide access to emergency communication, daily weather reports, and daily position reports or we can just take the opportunity to pass the time at sea by calling Net Control to just  say "hello!"

    When on a passage we file daily position reports over the high frequency radio to MMSN which they post on the Ship Track web site.  Just click on the link above and you will be automatically connected to Entr'acte's personal Ship Track page.  There you can see our daily progress, or lack thereof!  If you play with the zoom tool on that page, as you zoom in you will see a series of red dots which represent each individual position report
    (be careful, a little zoom gets you a lot).  Place your cursor on a dot to see the time, date, our latitude, longitude and a brief description of the conditions on that day.  You can also adjust the page to view specific lengths of time from one week, one month or all positions filed.

    If there is no updated position report, it should not be viewed as a disaster.  It could mean that we had very bad radio propagation that day, low battery power, laziness or bad weather.   It might also mean that we are in a harbour and off the boat exploring or we are very busy having a grand time and just plain forgot!

    You can track any vessel that files position reports.  All you need is their radio call sign---Entr'acte's is KC2JBX--just go to the 
    Ship Track home page
    , enter the appropriate  radio call sign and off you go!

    It's easy! Check it out!