Jazi - Sv Nikola/Olib
The days are starting to blur, wake up, take a swim, a nice fresh water shower off the back of the boat and then breakfast and a talk about where to go next. Today we left our dreamy cove, Jazi. We sailed north and and slightly east to the island of Olib. The sail was a steady broad reach, between 12 to 16 knots, a sparkling sea, exactly why we do this… Landing at our new spot, Sv. Nikola, turned out to be an adventure in helming, a comfy, pretty cove, but the winds were a bit relentless as we tried to pick up the bouy, let’s just say, I learned a lot. We loaded the outboard motor on to the dingy after lunch, for our walk. The weather had other ideas, and the predictions of rain finally came true. It rained for 2 hours, with gusts up to 27 knots from every direction invented and big thinderstorms! Oh, well, Martin made an omelte with red peppers and chorizo and cheese. All topped off with homemade croutons and don’t forget a bottle of “Gemischter Satz” from Pfeiffer- Prost!44
Tomorrow we are determined to walk and off we go to….