After two weeks sailing together you’d expect our skills would be well honed. But two events didn’t go as well as planned on our last day. Continue reading Drama on our last day sailing in Croatia
We’re spending the day in Kalamos. After being guided where to berth by George and discovering that flotillas don’t do Fridays (result) we spent a few hours at the beach and got the fishing rod out for one more try. Continue reading Last night before heading back to base
Well, today we did have an accident which taught everyone a lesson and Tom in particular.
Coming into the port of Sami, the weather was calm and we had plenty of time to reverse to our mooring as we had done several times already. Tom and Harry were standing by at the stern with their mooring lines ready to step ashore. To be fair, on most other occasions they had passed the lines to someone onshore and they’ve passed them through the mooring rings and back onboard to the boys. Continue reading Our first (and last) accident
Today the wind was very poor so we took the opportunity to practice some basic manoeuvres in calm conditions. Pick up buoy, reversing on to a pontoon like they do in the med, and mooring up and slipping off a training pontoon in the Medina. We were able to practice this several times.
We currently moored up at East Cowes Marina. Facilities very good and tomorrow we expect to sail up the Beaulieu River and then across to Yarmouth.
Here’s a link to our current location