DABS – Danish Association for Businessmen in Singapore – invites member to join a unique evening on 21 November 2019 from 18.30 onwards at the Danish Seamen’s Church. Speaker of the evening will be Mikkel Beha Erichsen, the 53 year old Danish TV producer known for “De teenageramte familier” (2001), “Shake It” (2001) and “Dirty Jobs” – and welknown as well as the son of the Danish adventurer Troels Kloevedal who has previously been speaking at an event in the Danish Seamen’s Church in Singapore.
Recently, Mikkel Beha Erichsen and his wife Marian Midé and their three grown up children have been sailing North up along the Norwegian west coat as far as they could get towards the permanent ice of the north pole and the Svalbard group of islands in their expedition ship Wallenberg. The members will go along on this trip to see the challenges, the family faced when the sea got rough or when they had to dive in the ice cold waters.
The family visited Singapore in May 2016 as one of their final destinations on their trip around the globe in their sailing boat Havana. From Singapore, their boat was shipped by Maersk to Marocco and from their to Rotterdam from where the family sailed the last stretch back to Copenhagen – three years after they departed Denmark.
Tickets are sold until 21 October to DABS members only at 60 SGD per ticket. If there are any tickets left, others may book after that at 80 SGD per ticket.
DABS is, however, giving not-yet-members are very good offer. You can buy a membership now for 2020 and get the rest of 2019 free. And then you can join the evening with Mikkel Beha Erichsen.