What a great trip, twelve days from Bermuda to Horta and almost perfect sailing conditions the whole time. We had been closely following the weather prior to leaving and probably picked the only consistently good weather window there has been … Continue reading
We have arrived in Bermuda after a six day passage from Spanish Wells in The Bahamas, on the first stage of our Atlantic crossing back to Europe. We had a real mix of weather with wind strengths between 8 and 40 knots … Continue reading
We have had a great couple of months in The Bahamas. The sailing has been fantastic especially our very last sail from Nassau to Spanish Wells. We are now waiting until the wind is favourable for our trip to Bermuda.
After two and a half months in The Bahamas we are now about to leave and cross back to Europe. We have had an amazing adventure in the Caribbean and have many great memories, especially of the people we have met during our time here.
We plan to leave as soon as we have a good weather window and head to Bermuda where we will stop for a few days to explore the island before continuing on to The Azores.
We think Serque will be looking for a new Captain after her current one parked her on the beach in the Exuma Cays. She remained there for the night and was salvaged the next morning, at least the local swimming … Continue reading
We decided to give swimming a miss today.
We have just spent a great couple of weeks exploring the Exuma Cays including visiting the famous swimming pigs at Big Major’s Cay. We plan to spend a week back in George Town before we head off again to do … Continue reading
We have now arrived in Great Exuma after a 220 mile sail from Great Inagua in company with two other yachts, one British and one French. After a busy few months we plan to chill out and explore the cays whilst … Continue reading
One of the beautiful old cars still being used in Cuba. Many of the cities are still full of beautiful historic buildings, some dating back more than 500 years and numerous old vehicle from the 1930s and 1940s.
After a couple of nights anchored in the Jardines de la Reina we had a freezer full of fish exchange for a few bottles of rum.