Little Harbour, Peter Island
Date 1600 – 18 April 2011 – am 23 April 2011
No wind, so it was a motor down to
and now just short ten years on we are back with Caduceus (III).
Little harbour is mostly quiet, depending on the habits of other boats and has a great view to the west making a good spot for sundowners.
I cannot believe that I did not take a sunset shot, this will have to do. We stayedfive days here during which time we were joined by Celia and Andrew on Alice and John and Laura Salmon on Rainmaker, an Oyster Lightwave and fellow ARC boat, with whom we spent some very pleasant evenings during our stay here.
I also over two days removed the marine growth from the bottom of the
boat. I can now manage to squeeze 1 hour 30 minutes out of a tank which made
the scrub a three hour job. The extended time is greatly assisted by not being
very deep and a sucker handle device that gives a grip on the boat whilst
scrubbing which reduces the effort and hence extends the underwater time. 1½ hours
underwater in one day is quite enough and very tiring. However we once again
have a smooth bottom which should help with the forthcoming journey to the