Surprising Cartagena

6 Responses

  1. Ken says:

    Good stuff, I hope the fall in sterling has’nt hit you too much.

  2. Chris says:

    Weather looks fantastic, keep the blogs coming, look forward to them

  3. RickG says:

    I just finished ‘A Foolish Voyage’ on my Kindle and enjoyed it. Just popping by to have a look and like what I see. It looks like a good life.

    Cheers, RickG

  4. Adrian says:

    I assume your pals have made you aware of a utube re a Wharram 38 crossing the Atlantic to the Med.If not go onto Yachting monthly forum as of todays date and check out 5 Frenchmen Wharram etc.Sorry I missed you in Lagos or up the Guidiana but hardly used Teal Sadler 29 this season as helped on various deliveries to Azores and then Lanzarotte.Glad you enjoying Cartagena.

  5. Tsunamichaser says:

    Hey Neil,

    Congrats on the book and congrats on sticking to it and living the life. I keep reaching sub-orbital speeds if you know what I mean. Did manage 6 plus months of sailing in 2016 so not so bad. Had an encounter with another boat this past fall that damaged the starboard hull bow of my T26. Tsunamichaser was anchored, they weren’t. Spring project considering where I live. Wet, chilly a touch of southern England I guess. Cheers and keep living the dream!! -Thomas

  6. NeilH says:

    Hi Thomas, great to here from you. Thanks for your comments. Even now, nearly three years down the track it still seems a little surreal to be out here.
    Sorry to here about the damage to Tsunamichaser, Gleda got a clout a few months back here in the marina. A 40 footer driven by a guy who couldn’t work his bow thruster. Luckily the aft beam end cap took the brunt, I repaired it in 30 minutes. There’s a Bavaria out there somewhere with a lot of yellow paint on its hull though!
    Have a great Christmas and hopefully you’ll get a fantastic season next year.

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