Travel Blogs from Quimperle
We had a lovely sail to Groix and anchored in front of Locmaria. There's only limited space to anchor and when we got there there were already a number of boats.
We enjoyed a lovely BBQ and kept watch over the anchor as there is quite a bit of seaweed and a bit of ...
Who would believe but we finally have caught a fish!
we we're having a gentle sail and decided to give trolling a go and by sheer luck and not design we caught a lovely mackerel (which we had for breakfast the next morning).
those of you that have followed or heard about our previous adventures know that we are absolutely useless at catching fish.
unfortunately I didn't have enough time to get photographic evidence
We had a pretty nice sail to Concarneau not a long passage from Loctudy.
We've decided to exercise our chill days here.
There's not much to the town other than the old town within fortified walls, but it is atmospheric.
We basically wandered around and visited the Museum of fishing which was, believe it or not, very good.
... pleasant i.e. not dry, so we turned around and went back to the boat. We had read in some, but not all, guides that we could get the boat just before the town, so we tried. We ran aground a couple of times and definitely created a new channel ploughing through (scrapping off the anti-fouling on the keel) until we finally gave up and dropped the hook mid channel.
We took the dinghy up river, passing a coaster, which suggested shipping. Gen didn't feel ...
... All you got to see was the ground floor living quarters and not the upstairs bedrooms. So not quite value for money.
After that short visit we left Loctudy for our next destination.
We had a lovely sail to the river Odet which is very pretty with all the woodlands on either side of the banks. We anchored in one of the creeks - Arnes de St Cadao.
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