Stora Hotellet Fjallbacka

Address: Galarbacken, Fjallbacka, Bohuslän, West Coast, 450 71, Sweden | Hotel
 
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      Najad's Turn

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 30, 2013

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      ... the shore location of the now extinct Najad Yachts (taken over by a company that services yachts, specialising in Najads, naturally). Then we went back to the boat, I did some more blogging and also, having visited the nearby chandler, I set about trying to repair the leaks in our new windows, using a substance known to most yachties ' Capt. Tolley’s Creeping Crack Cure’. We’ll see if he’s any good! I also bought a hammer and a couple of ...

      The home of Malö

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 29, 2013

      9 photos

      ... of the year, the owners of their berths may be away and so it proved, we were guided into a convenient, wide private berth by the very affable Hans, who was doing his bit of marina duty whilst the normal harbourmaster was away. We were also assisted by a couple with English accents (first ones we’ve heard for weeks) and once settled in, we made introductions. They were Jake & Judy Backus on their Malö 38, Caper and they were invited to join us for aperitifs later.

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      No room in Gullholmen

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 28, 2013

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      ... wind, you have to apply rudder to prevent it and it can become tiresome ). Once we were west of Gullholmen it was time to put the sails away and to motor the last 2 miles or so straight into the wind.

      When we were within a mile or so of Gullholmen, we were passed by a large Coastguard vessel going out to sea. We thought nothing of it but a few minutes later, a Coastguard rib appeared and drew alongside to ascertain our business. Presumably ...

      Our sociable neighbours

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 27, 2013

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      Today was the day that we would start our southward trek and I was looking forward to doing a bit of traveling, rather than hopping from one nearby anchorage or harbour to another. Mind you, we weren't planning anything too major, only about 30 miles or so but still, up to 10 x the distance that we’ve covered on previous days! So after a good breakfast of Swedish black pudding accompanied by fried egg & tomato, we were off at ...

      A Nice Harbour

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 26, 2013

      7 photos

      ... again when we come north for Norway, whether next year or the year after is currently being debated, so we will definitely make the pilgrimage then.

      So, after our sun-fix we caught the 15:31 into town, did a bit of exploring and shopping and caught the 16:20 back again (it is a small town!). One interesting point, in the boatyard is a boat that has obviously been salvaged. Her hull is covered in old barnacles and there is ...