Monday’s sail from Plymouth to Falmouth was a lively first day with an ESE wind gusting F6 and a 2m swell. This resulted in plentiful fish-feeding by the majority of the crew.
A calm anchorage soon restored spirits and stomachs! Time ashore in Falmouth was much enjoyed.
Next morning there was a gentle motor to the Helford River, a passage ably planned and executed by Richard P. (third mate for the voyage).
Happy Birthday, Bill!
Calm seas and blue skies for Wednesday’s passage to Fowey.
Concerned parents, please note they are double clipped on!
In Fowey – showered and ice-creamed.