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... along the way. The worst was a delay of two weeks when we had to have a ‘lift out’ to replace a broken rudder seal.(The boat leaked quite a bit until it was repaired!!)
I must say that we have both begun to enjoy the life-style and certainly the Italian food has helped us on our way.
Hoping everyone is OK
Caio for now
I arrived back on board ...
... s room overlook the port and dad is keeping a keen eye on the fishing boats comings and goings. Of course pizza for tea last night, smiles all round, the meal was delicious, as the sun set the sky turn the most amazing blue I have ever seen. Loving using our Italian, great listening the boys use theirs. Not sure what we are doing today
but there is a fishing port and some ruins to explore and a beach close by to find.
Ciao ragazzi ...
... his golf clubs. Losing his clubs would have been a far worse deal he said.
When we picked up our hire car we got a very pleasant surprise - a 200 C class Mercedes (almost new with only 3000 km on the clock) - and yes it's black! That is surely worth a photo or two. And I'm quite sure it won't encourage Paul to drive as a Montenegrin.
Our first stop in Sardinia is Porto Pinto, just over 80 kms from the airport ...
Calasetta proved to be a very frustrating anchorage. When we first arrived I had snorkled out to have a look at the anchor to make sure it was well dug in and I was very surprised to see not only was it supposedly so well dug in it had disappeared into the mud completely along with at least 10 metres of chain. This looked great until the next day when we found ourselves slowly moving ...
... were outta there and off to Calasetta.
We promptly turned hard to port and kept going. It was a great days sail and a great catch up when Matador dropped anchor near us later that evening. We now have the dubious honor of being"matadored" that night as we caught up over a few.
We are now anchored in 3.5m of dark green water, again salt marshes, and in the company ...