37:15.733N 09:23.290E

Mon 23 Jun 2008 21:03

We couldn’t face another night of bashing into the weather and luckily came across a little cove under a headland called Ras Aluglea.  It is the only place between Tabarka and Bizerte with protection from the East.  It is tiny, maybe 200 yds across, with cliffs on the seaward side and sand dunes on the other.  Completely deserted, with just us and a local fishing boat at anchor.  The wind is still gusting through at up to 25 knots so it will be a restless night: if the anchor drags we will be in trouble.  We’ll post the pictures later.