Porto, a nice anchorage and the marina from hell…

Porto, a nice anchorage and the marina from hell…

At the first break of light, we hoisted anchor and got out of the river. The mist was dense and we could only navigate from one lateral mark to the next one down the river. Outside the entrance of the river, the weather cleared quite fast and the sun came up. The AIS...
Spain and the whales…

Spain and the whales…

Arriving in La Coruna was a great feeling, waking up to sun and warmth, a morning swim at anchor was fantastic. The feeling of adventure really dawned upon us when we saw the palm trees on the beach inside. We had ordered a bimini to be installed here and the...
The Bay…….

The Bay…….

The Bay of Biscay is one of the most dreaded passages for sailors through history. Why you ask? Well, the explanation is the difference between the nr 1000 and 100. In an arc between Brest in France and La Coruna in Spain, the sea bottom rises from a depth of 1000m to...
The current slingshot, Roscoff and a sailing gentleman

The current slingshot, Roscoff and a sailing gentleman

Waking up in Cherbourg was a wonderful feeling. The sun was up and warming us, while we enjoyed the morning coffee in the cockpit. Well, to call it morning is maybe an exaggeration as the clock was 11.30. Next to us, on the other side of the pontoon was a Class 40...