Category: Passage Making

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The Long And Short Of It

t was 4th August when we finally pulled the anchor free from the thick Rio Guadiana mud and headed back to the open sea. It was 1st September when we at last tied up to our...

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New Dawns

e finally got away from Rota before dawn on Tuesday 16th August. The forecast was less than perfect. The winds were still coming from the East but they’d be easing through the day to fall light...

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Last Legs

Leaving Sao Martinho wasn’t easy, we really enjoyed relaxing in such a fantastic spot, I think this photo will always remind us of our time there. It wasn’t easy in other ways too, the anchor got...

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Algarve Arrival

Wow……. we’re here. We rounded Cape St Vincent on Saturday and after a couple of nights anchored just round the corner in the bay under Sagres Fort we’re now anchored in the tranquil environment of the...

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Books & Covers

It’s a well worn phrase isn’t it? You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and, as we’ve discovered here in Nazaré, neither should you judge a place by its marina. Nazaré was always going to be...

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Movin South

First things first Jake has finally been able to get the second instalment of the ‘Gleda’ series videos finished and uploaded. I think you’ll agree he’s done a fantastic job. Look out for a particularly amusing...

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Hidden Portugal

It was hard to leave Bayona in more ways than one. Not only was it a nice place to be but I knew that the next legs of this trip wouldn’t be quite as enjoyable as...

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South Past Finisterre

The freaky weather that’s bought searing temperatures to much of Western Europe and the UK has affected us too. It’s been warm but nowhere near the silly heat experienced elsewhere, no, what’s it’s meant for us...