Arrived Falmouth, UK - Day 10 !!!
We arrived in
The passage from the Azores took us 8 days and 21
¼ hrs, making our total sea passage from
Oh how weird and good to be here! All in great spirits! We are tied alongside in the visitors yacht haven, and we await our mate Gerry on “Per Mare” who should arrive later tonight or tomorrow.
The second passage could not have been more different
to our first from
So off to see customs, eat cream cakes, and just
maybe pop into the Chain Locker Pub … below some photos
(Our journey has not finished yet, so watch this space…)
Ali gets some nightwatch preparation in before setting off (showing Kate how it’s done).
Cultural town of
Jon, with sardine in his mouth, displays the best of British dignity as he indulges in the local customs with a spot of fire – jumping. Would you believe it, that he told us he has a bad back.
Arriving in style, about to raft up to
Rafting up to Aleria in the
Our mid Atlantic party, rafted up to Aleria.
Kate and Jon feel the love.
Goodbye our friends, Alex and Daria who we first met
in the Canary Islands last year and then cruised with extensively throughout
Jon gets stuck into preparing the octopus for lunch.
Oh boy! Shane (struggling) and Jon each work out and plot our position after taking sun sights with the sextant. Boys work hard ….
….Whilst girls practice their pole dancing.
…The girls start to get “The Channels” (what you get after a
long crossing and start approaching the
… dance and sing to show their excitement
Guess what these things are? After hundreds of visits and thousands of pictures. At last a good-ish picture in full flight.