: Anse de Canabiere - at anchor

Mor Toad / Moy Toad
David and Jocelyn Fawcett
Fri 17 May 2019 08:55


Having finished the blog and sent the previous blog from the Capitainerie in St Tropez  with continued difficulty as wi fi seems pretty
non existent at many of these marinas  I returned to the boat. David had  got the  now dry washing in - sheets and duvet covers felt really nice! I made lunch and he sorted out the passerelle and dinghy ready to leave port. 

After lunch we headed out of the marina and round the corner getting some good views of the town and a lot of boats out at anchor or sailing enjoying the less windy day. Yes you need wind for sailing but it is pretty fickle and very gusty at times

We are now anchored in this bay and although gusting to 15 knots very pleasant the sun shining and no swell. Fingers crossed continues . 

David has dived under the boat to check the anchor, the log and the anode that Andy fitted the other day in Villefranche. All good anchor well buried in a muddy bottom so hopefully we’ll stay put tonight. 

So a peaceful afternoon doing very little. Tomorrow we are heading to the Vieux port de Saint Raphael for the night they have agreed a berth. This hopefully this will get us out of the wind due to blow up again tomorrow.