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September 2017

Holiday take 2 – Falmouth to Fowey

After a lazy morning we hauled up the anchor and set off for Fowey. I can’t recommend this anchorage enough. Smoke drifted across the shoreline from distant camp fires, and the silence was exactly what we needed after Falmouth. We anchored for free, we caught my dinner for free, it finally felt like Excalibur was...

Holiday take 2 – Channals Creek

One thing I haven’t talked about which deserves a mention, is how friendly everyone is down these parts. Falmouth Haven have been super helpful and really welcoming. Normally you need to leave your berth by 12pm, but here they just shrugged their shoulders and said “Ah it’s not busy today, there’s no rush”. I got a...

Holiday take 2 – Falmouth and Mylor

Catching up on sleep after our night motor was a delight, until at 8am there was a familiar bang on the boat. Our neighbour had spotted a wall used for drying out was empty, and was eager to get over there as fast as he could. I was eager for him too, but not at...

Holiday take 2 – Torquay to Falmouth

I think we both slept pretty soundly after our 15 hour day yesterday. Trina awoke questioning her passion for the sea. Something I’ve found myself doing many times after a hard slog. I’m not 100% sure why anyone would want to spend 14 hours in wind and rain, feeling sick, travelling at 5 miles an...

Holiday take 2 – Weymouth to…

Holiday time!! Friday Trussed up like a pack horse I headed to Weymouth, meeting up with Trina along the way for the start of our 10 day holiday. For anyone wishing to get dinner in Weymouth, be aware that hardly anyone serves food after 9pm! We eventually found solace in a tapas restaurant, god bless...