[VIDEO] When I say that I don’t like anchoring under active volcanoes …

This summer I returned to Sicily,

We did beautiful strolls around all the islands, Vulcano, Lipari, Alicudi, Filicudi, Panarea, Salina, we went to make some beautiful visits to the wineries on the islands and for the fruit fields, we went to the caves and went to make beautiful bathrooms with beautiful backdrops.

But every time we approached Stromboli, I expressed my disagreement, because I was a little worried … and I repeated and repeated my concern to go too close to an active volcano , maybe I also become a bit heavy, anyway, I absolutely don’t like going under it … here it is …. I also wrote it now 🙂 let alone anchor in the harbor night.
Moreover you see this mountain, which was called Monte Somma, which Pliny the Elder understood to be a volcano, rising from the black sea, dark from afar, which continues to puff smoke at regular rates and in the evening, as the girl who he was on board with us, you can see the red lava jumping out of the top … and in fact … a few weeks later … again on August 28th 2019 Stromboli exploded again and at night it continued … < / p>

It can be very dangerous to be wrapped in full by that cloud of lapilli and ash, especially with a fiberglass sailboat. Better to stay away from active volcanoes and watch them from far away. Notice how the cloud of smoke and lapilli advances rapidly on the water. That cloud has a relatively high speed compared to the sailboat that is trying to get away at full speed …

The video, below, was recorded by the visual surveillance camera of the INGV-Osservatorio Etneo, located at an altitude of 400 meters on the northern edge of the Sciara del Fuoco of Stromboli. / p>

The latter instead a FanPage video taken from the town of Stromboli and Panarea, where the off-screen voice says that the exposure was three times the previous one. < / p>

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