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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 ...
... Renee, and it was great to have a coffee and share travel tales. Bilbao – Roma – Cagliari. Here we are in Sardegna. Much to the horror of our boys and the driver we have picked up the biggest 9 seater bongo van in existence (without power steering I might add). It will be very much like a 60's experience of cruising around this beach clad island in a volkswagon ! !
Last night we checked in to our hotel in Portoscuso, mum and ...
... was funny sometimes (a little bit) but it also made for very stressful driving.
We left just in time as a cold wind was blowing there yesterday and we had certainly been lucky with the weather. We loved Montenegro so much we hope to go back one day.
We're both a bit sick with colds today so we're happier to have the slower pace in Sardinia. We had to fly to Rome to catch the flight to Sardinia. We arrived around ...
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 ...
... early afternoon the breeze was well and truly up by the time we got there.It did not look a very attractive place to stop, boats that were anchored there were bobbing up and down quite frantically.
So we carried on to the next recommended anchorage at Malfatano. Something we haven't been prepared for here is how shallow some of the anchorages are. Although there is still a steep ...