Ariel of Hamble
Jim and Valerie SHURVELL
Wed 25 May 2022 13:44
Super evening watching the sunset in Sand Bar Bay and the sheep roaming the island.
A few super yachts came and went and a few charter boats settled in with the rest of us. The night gave way to a gentle roll now and again but nothing to much.
This morning people were already paddle boarding and swimming before breakfast.
We left the bay around 10 o’clock and motored to the end of the island going south. We were lucky enough to see a family of dolphins working hard for their breakfast. They didn’t stop weren’t worried about us.
Once we rounded the headland we hoisted the main as a breeze started to come across the water but not enough to turn the engine off. We had coffee and lunch on the move and by 2 pm the sail was down in the entrance and we were anchored in the main harbour on Serifos. We covered a distance of 25.7 nautical miles. The temperature is 21.4 not quite as warm as yesterday.