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... so did many more yachts, frustrating as it was not to turn the motor off we arrived safely and anchored in 3 metres of water. The beaches around us had white sand and the water is so clear we can see the anchor chain and the bottom of the sea bed, we have relaxed, read, sunbathed and listened to music and for lunch we eat home baked bread I did last night.Had a lovely long chat with Sophie at ...
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 ...
... Plymouth, they keep their boat in Roscoff marina. Before we left David had to do a gel coat repair on the side of the hull where French boat hit us because of not concentrating in what they were doing.We caught 2 buses which took 2 hours for only 4 euros each there and back, bargain I must say. The marina was in a lovely situation and had about 650 boats there, the facilities were very modern, clean and great to see. We chilled for ...
... Sailing club Dave and Gill Attwill, it was so lovely to catch up with them and we also saw their eldest daughter Vicky who is getting married on Monday.
We motored off at 10.30am put the main up but there was not a lot of wind, as we left Falmouth we saw a lone dolphin swimming I always feel this is good luck when we see dolphins. A navy ship passed the captain waved and lots of tankers and fishing boats as well as other yachts off to their ...
... quay to unload their catch of fish and langoustines and crab. Fifty minutes later, it's all over and we went to one of the local shops to but some langoustine for tea. There were two choices, the fresh catch,which were still alive and wriggling, or the dead pre cooked ones. I chose the ...