La Coruna to Bayona
Wednesday morning was spent getting ready to sail to Baiona.
The winds were good initially at 15kn, then rose to a steady 22kn during the night. However by early morning they were non existent. The night was made interesting by more dolphins and the Spanish fishing fleet. The fishing fleet decided that the best fish must be right under the keel of Wandering Dragon, often turning a few minutes after we turned to avoid them. Another technique they employed was letting you think they had passed, then turning around and sneaking up from behind!
After the rough Biscay crossing the cats seemed to have no trouble at all this time, both choosing to sleep.
We traveled with Mistletoe again and despite the short hop we still managed to loose them. I think they are getting paranoid about us now!
We’ve now done the two trickiest passages for a while,
(we hope), Biscay and Finisterre off