What a great spot! We arrived early afternoon and took a while to find the perfect place to anchor amongst all the Spanish motor boats spending their Sunday afternoon bobbing around in this glorious bay. With a little help from a local, we avoided a rogue rock and could see the anchor lying peacefully on the sand 10m below us when we swam. The water is 28C and gin clear. I took advantage of the peaceful motion to swim under the boat scraping barnacles off the prop and brushing the last of the Lymington river brown gunge off the hull. I fancy we gained a fraction of a knot in boat speed the next day – but maybe wishful thinking!
We got the inflatable canoe out and had a nice paddle around the shore and then up the beach to sup a cold beer or 2.
The water is swarming with small fish, but they could spot a fishing ignoramus and left my line well alone. Still, it gives you something to do whilst keeping a beer company, doesn’t it Roger?