Premiere Classe Quimper
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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We were up bright and early at 7am, we slept quite well to say it was the day of departure, usually were awake all night worrying we must be getting used to it - the worrying that is ! A quick bowl of porridge to settle 'boat belly' a last few checks and we were off - we were going to cross the Bay of Biscay. Over the Centuries the Bay has seen the demise of many a sailor, thousands of them dying in the treacherous Bay between France and Spain, ...
Tomorrow we leave to cross Biscay, we have opted to go to Ria de Viveiro due to a big swell around La Coruna. So after a great nights sleep on our new mooring we were up early preparing for tomorrow which will be the biggest voyage of our adventure so far. The very name 'Biscay' conjures up images of heavy seas, rough weather and fills you with dread, we have waited for the right weather window, some people don't have this privilege and get caught ...
Woke early this morning, well say woke I hardly slept again, the wind has really got up again today (25-30knots) so the instant we saw a spot come free we were straight in there like a blue bottle finding a ****. It was a tight gap the spot we had seen and we had to squeeze into between two yachts but with the wind fully on the beam blowing us on to the jetty, I just put the boats nose close to the quay and the ...
It was a horrible night on this mooring so we need to move soon as possible, we hardly slept and I wish we had never even moved to be honest. We pay a 50% supplement for being a catamaran but on this mooring I think they should be paying us - if you ever visit Camaret in a yacht, trust me don't moor on the outer breakwater it is horrendous. Tracey went to the hairdressers this morning until lunch time so ...
First thing this morning we had to move the boat to another mooring on the outside quay due to a rally of yachties arriving - I don't like motoring in breezy weather, the boat is very difficult to steer but with the help of a couple of people we managed to get her alongside without any drama, but the motion is worse than being at sea - so no sleep tonight I'm guessing. The rest of the day we spent foraging in the bay, we found razor clams, cockles, mussels, lob worms and peeler crabs. ...