The morning saw thick fog again all along the coast. Left Corrubedo harbour
using only the radar for eyes (the radar is now back in favour since it
started working again!). Bobbed and weaved through small islands and fishing
boats towards Isla de San Martin where miraculously the fog began to clear.
The island turned out to be a mountainous pink confection with pine trees
and lighthouses. We sailed up to near the main deserted beach and anchored
for a swim and lunch.
With little wind we mostly motored south in the sunshine past Vigo and
Bayonna leaving Spanish lobster-pot-infested waters and passing into
Portuguese-lobster-pot infested waters by early evening. Entered the port of
Viana Do Castelo and squeezed into a berth. The initially
unpromising-looking town turned out to be a gem with a very nice historic
centre. Had a late night meal in the town and read each other bits from
Sunday's 'Die Welt' and 'Telegraph'.