Bermuda - 27 May

Sun 28 May 2006 02:14
Having enjoyed a day of lovely broad reach sailing, we came into St George's, Bermuda at 6pm this evening. We had been greeted by a school of jellyfish with sails.  This answered a long standing question for us, as Alice and Pip had been sure they had seen these when we were in Lanzarote.   They were especially impressive when they tacked!
Sailing Jellyfish
We managed to answer the detailed questions that Bermuda harbour control asked us over the VHF and then negotiate the very narrow entrance and tied up opposite customs and immigration.
We are now anchored just in front of Wild Alliance, in St George's, enjoying a few drinks and looking forward to a night without watches!