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... it’s a shame that time is now pressing else we would pass a few days here. Anyway, once we were almost entering the harbour at Marstal, the channel then took us sharp left and down towards the southern tip of Langeland and into deep (12m) water. We were able to sail all the way to Marstal but the change of direction meant that we were now heading straight into the SE wind, so the engine was utilised to take us the last 7 miles in ...
We had no real plan for today in terms of where we wanted to end up. The forecasts had been so iffy with regard to wind strength and directions that we decided instead to go with the flow, as long as we could head roughly in the direction we wanted ie basically south. With that then, and on another lovely morning, we were off and sailing in a pleasant easterly wind by 08:30.
From Reersų, if you want to get to Germany, there ...
... the Marina: a fire drill practice at 5pm, dinner in the French restaurant at 6pm, our own tour of the ship after dinner which included a quick paddle tennis game and a view of the Copenhagen-Malmö bridge and wind farms off the coast. The ship's rooms are like a fine hotel's and it looks like no one will ever have a chance to go hungry or thirsty, there are so many restaurants and bars. Should be ...
... The people of Aeros get their heat from the straw, electricity from the solar panels and windmills and their water from underground aquifers. And they try to grow all their own vegetables, beef and dairy products. Seems like paradise to me. We ended our ride with coffee and cookies in Susanna's garden. After some reading time, showers and dinner, we did one last cycle to the beach huts before turning in our bikes. Another great ...
... very refreshing. Dave walks out to where the water is just over his waist, swims a little and then walks back in. Ann and Ann Sophie wade in a bit and Ann kicks a jelly fish. It’s okay it is not dangerous. They have two types of jelly fish in Denmark both of which are not dangerous. Melody decides to come in and brings her water proof camera to take pictures of the jelly fish. She then does some gymnastics in ...