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For yacht Five Tarts.
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It was a bit cloudy and threatening rain when we arrived in our first port, St. Peter Port, Guernsey. We had booked a Princess tour so we headed off to the gathering point after breakfast on the Lido deck. By the time we left the ship for the tour, the weather had cleared and it was absolutely beautiful! We headed off into the countryside to our first destination, the German Occupation Museum. On the way we ...
We've spent the last couple of days anchoring (a way of reining in the expenditure).
After a pleasant sail we anchored outside of St-Vaast-La-Hougue. When we got there there were quite a few boats at anchor, most were waiting for half tide so that they could get into the harbour. By night ffall there was four of us - 2 being catamarans.
The anchorage itself was very pleasant with islands on either side - the fortress ...
Levelling and assessments done - tick
Maternity leave finished - tick
packing done - tick
Freezer filled for Greg and Daniella - tick
Still to do:
Drawings to colour
Planning application to be taken to planning
Blue Island flight to run on time, with no problems
Air Austral flight to run on time, with no problems
... the race of Alderney picking us up and sending us along at up to 9 knots, which doesn't sound like very much unless you're used to around 5. We could only sail part of the time and our cruising chute tried to make a break for it when one of the shackles connecting it to the boat snapped, but other than that we had a perfect sail.
At around 14:15, four hours after we had rounded the Cap de la Hague, we were a mile or so off the north west tip ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet