Friday saw us arrive at La Trinité, described as the Cowes of France. Certainly it was very busy with boats, all going the other way up a relatively narrow channel. Caduceus is berthed on a finger pontoon designed to take a 36ft boat. Given a cross tide and some breeze, berthing was interesting, fortunately there were six Rally members on the pontoon to assist.
The weather is now bright and hot and the surroundings great. The
small town provides everything that is needed and there have been trips in a
very effective noddy train to view the pre-historic sites at
One of the benefits of having sailed in company from
The first two photographs were taken from Stuart Musgrave’s boat
Tillygreig somewhere in the middle of the