Miffa Chan


Playing pirates with my father
January 20, 2013, 5:26 pm
Filed under: london, parks, sailing
Hyde Park, London, Uk. Well, thanks to Google there’s no problem to locate the place there is a nice playground erected with money donated to Diana’s foundation.

And above all the elements a custom made pirate ship, almost real size, is clearly the most demanded play.

And Miffa and me were there playing pirates, it was a little bit embarrassing for him, but the ship is so high that many parents go inside with their kid to prevent accidents.

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MOB or BOB – Man Over Board or Bunny Over Board.
June 16, 2008, 9:10 pm
Filed under: America's cup, Bunnies, sailing, sea, Travel
“Mayday, Mayday, this is Miffa, Miffa, Miffa,
our position is 41°57’40.07″N 3°14’20.73″E
we lost our sailor Miffo, we start a BOB manouver
to recover her from the sea…” DRAMATIZATION
A Mayday situation is one in which a vessel, aircraft, vehicle, or person/bunny is in grave and imminent danger and requires immediate assistance. (Wikipedia dixit)

Of course Miffo wasn’t in danger at all, but she insisted in checking our Emergency Procedure (EP) and FB’s ability to make front to such dangers.

FB and Miffo emerge from water and they’re ready to be lifted by the rescue helicopter



MOB or BOB – Man Over Board or Bunny Over Board.
June 16, 2008, 9:10 pm
Filed under: America's cup, Bunnies, sailing, sea, Travel
“Mayday, Mayday, this is Miffa, Miffa, Miffa,
our position is 41°57’40.07″N 3°14’20.73″E
we lost our sailor Miffo, we start a BOB manouver
to recover her from the sea…” DRAMATIZATION
A Mayday situation is one in which a vessel, aircraft, vehicle, or person/bunny is in grave and imminent danger and requires immediate assistance. (Wikipedia dixit)

Of course Miffo wasn’t in danger at all, but she insisted in checking our Emergency Procedure (EP) and FB’s ability to make front to such dangers.

FB and Miffo emerge from water and they’re ready to be lifted by the rescue helicopter



Sailing till sunset
June 10, 2007, 6:52 pm
Filed under: America's cup, Bunnies, Caffe Miffy, sailing, sea
Chairoko and Kiiroko enjoyed their first
journey in a racing siling boat (Beneteau First)

Kiiroko did it real god with our genoa sail.

Coming back to our base we saw this magnificent sunset

Back from NY, Boston and Cape Cod, Miffa did not feel like staying at Brcelona. She decided to go sailing .She loves to feel the wind touching lightly her nice ears. This time she wanted to show to Chairoko and Kiiroko, how you sail in a nice boat prepared for regatta.

Only the three of them together with Father Bunny were sailing the whole day till dawn.
Miffa´s Japanese friends are becoming familiar with the art of sailing and learning the first Spanish words in order to help Miffa sailing. However, they do not still dare to touch the rudder wheel. Well, Miffa is in charge of it and protects Chairoko and Kiiroko.



Sailing till sunset
June 10, 2007, 6:52 pm
Filed under: America's cup, Bunnies, Caffe Miffy, sailing, sea
Chairoko and Kiiroko enjoyed their first
journey in a racing siling boat (Beneteau First)

Kiiroko did it real god with our genoa sail.

Coming back to our base we saw this magnificent sunset

Back from NY, Boston and Cape Cod, Miffa did not feel like staying at Brcelona. She decided to go sailing .She loves to feel the wind touching lightly her nice ears. This time she wanted to show to Chairoko and Kiiroko, how you sail in a nice boat prepared for regatta.

Only the three of them together with Father Bunny were sailing the whole day till dawn.
Miffa´s Japanese friends are becoming familiar with the art of sailing and learning the first Spanish words in order to help Miffa sailing. However, they do not still dare to touch the rudder wheel. Well, Miffa is in charge of it and protects Chairoko and Kiiroko.



There will be no second one in our Challenge
May 23, 2007, 1:35 pm
Filed under: America's cup, Chan family, Miffa, sailing, sea
Katanga Studios PLC did our team’s corporate image
Any doubt of our origin?
Switzerland has no sea but they won the previous America’s cup. The winner decides where and when (some limits apply). And they decided Valencia. Some people say that it is because Valencia has an average 150 days a year with the optimal winds. Others may think that several thousands 500 euro notes have more power.

Anyways they need some wind speed but not a lot. The great spinnaker sails that they use when the wind is coming from their rear part or “reaching” (stern or “popa” in Spanish) are fragile.

Of course there are many types of fabrics and shapes (symmetrical and asymmetrical ones). But still the spinnaker is the biggest sail in a vessel and of course a lot of meters to place your ad.

Together with my sisters we have decided to organize our own Bunny Challenge. We have been training in our 40 feet Oceanis Clipper with nice results. It’s a nice ship but too heavy. After some research we have decided to use a Farr designed Oceanis First.

Our design agency Katanga’s has developed our main sail and hull graphics.

The south sea will be bunny or it won’t be!



There will be no second one in our Challenge
May 23, 2007, 1:35 pm
Filed under: America's cup, Chan family, Miffa, sailing, sea
Katanga Studios PLC did our team’s corporate image
Any doubt of our origin?
Switzerland has no sea but they won the previous America’s cup. The winner decides where and when (some limits apply). And they decided Valencia. Some people say that it is because Valencia has an average 150 days a year with the optimal winds. Others may think that several thousands 500 euro notes have more power.

Anyways they need some wind speed but not a lot. The great spinnaker sails that they use when the wind is coming from their rear part or “reaching” (stern or “popa” in Spanish) are fragile.

Of course there are many types of fabrics and shapes (symmetrical and asymmetrical ones). But still the spinnaker is the biggest sail in a vessel and of course a lot of meters to place your ad.

Together with my sisters we have decided to organize our own Bunny Challenge. We have been training in our 40 feet Oceanis Clipper with nice results. It’s a nice ship but too heavy. After some research we have decided to use a Farr designed Oceanis First.

Our design agency Katanga’s has developed our main sail and hull graphics.

The south sea will be bunny or it won’t be!