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August 2ndWe had a super time in Guilvinec unfortunately we have had to move off sooner rather than later as David's dad is unwell and back in hospital so we need to be nearer Rochefort where we can leave Sega if necessary to get home quickly. We had a lovely time there amongst all the fishing boats....and met this lovely couple called Paul and Jan on their boat called Wild Poppy, we hope to meet ...
July 31st We woke to no wind at all had a lovely breakfast in the cockpit and when all was cleared away we set sail for Guilvinec, motor on and sails up it was not long before we turned the motor off and settled into a lovely sail all the way. Again the seas were flat and the wind was on the beam it wasn't long before we were at Point de Penmarch we soon ...
... our goodbyes to Mike and Jenny we set off on our 2 hour bus ride back to Brest, when we got to Sega we got everything put away and ready to leave to set off to go through the Raz for the last time, yehhhhh. We had to motor sail to start with past Passage de Toulinguet and as we got near to the rocks Tas de Pois we were able to turn our engine off and sail, the conditions were perfect, flat seas, gentle wind and on the beam, brilliant ...
... this photo to the girls they were over the moon.
We had a cracking sail to Brest marina and didn't take the sails down until we were in quiet waters. We moored up at 10.30am exactly 24 hours after leaving Falmouth, we were tired but happy to have arrived safely.
We will now stay here for a few days and visit our friends Mike and Jenny on their boat in Roscoff we will catch a bus tomorrow meanwhile chill now and have a cuppa.
So lovely to be back in France ...
We called in here mainly to watch the daily catch of fish arrive. It's quite an event and the local council has built a viewing platform for the sole (sorry) purpose. Around 4.30 every afternoon, a couple of hundred people stand on the platform to see the flotilla of fishing boats arrive ...