19th August 2007
After leaving Tarfaya, we had a great sail back across to Fuertaventura
arriving at Morre Jable at 22.30 hrs
Wind on the beam all the way. It dies as the sun was setting but then
came back with a vengance just as we had poured the gin and tonics.
Reef the main and sail the last few miles over a choppy confused sea as
the wind angle had changed. That's the Canaries for you!
Moored up on the visitors pontoon and Sam produced a spag bog from
This was our second visit to Morre Jable having arrived here with Ness
and Ian back in November en route from Tenerife to Lanzarote.
This time, getting in and moored up was a lot easier. Morre Jable is
well known for its sudden blasts of hot winds straight down off the
Up and away next morning at 10.00 hrs.