Poland - Gdansk
We sailed down the massive river for 4 miles past
shipyards all busy building new ships and refurbishing old ones, past the
memorial where the 2nd world
war started into the centre of town where we were met by the lady harbour
master and shown to our berth. The fog cleared and the sun had come out so we
showered and headed straight into town, we caught the ferry across the river
which was 1 zt (4 to the £). The centre of
It started raining in the night and went on until lunchtime the next day so as you do I caught up on the blog, down loaded pictures and caught up on work things and did some washing and cooking…the chores never end just like home Oh this is home…
We set off at 12.30 heading into town to see the maritime museum, get lunch and do the streets that we had missed yesterday. We had practically got round when the heavens opened again with winds of over 50 knots visibility went to a few feet, luckily we sheltered in the marina office until it cleared.
Exciting night in I cooked a roast pork dinner and watched an episode of the X files and got ready for our next sail of 40 miles tomorrow.
Bye for now
The team out exploring
New mode of transport in
Crane Gate, this crane used to dismast boats with a huge wooden wheel powered by men.
Suzie Too in
View from our berth into town
Waterfront with the market stalls
More ship building