Crew member on GBR9604R Nunatak

Shame wind has died to slow our final approach but what a great sail Elin and I have had so far we have seen wind from 0 to 38 knots lost count of the number of spinnaker peels and gybes we have done. What we would do for a spinnaker pole mind.

Almost everything has gone to plan and Elin and I are still talking (just). I have lost count of the number of times I have woken thinking we have sailed into a fog bank with a symphony of fog horns only to realise it is Elin Singing along to her itunes.

Oh Bo!!@cks as I type big bang as second spinnaker halyard block has Brocken.... kite down rapid re pack before hoisting on Jib halyard will have to go up later to run a second halyard.

I have to congratulate Elin on bringing the dog food meatballs which have made the freeze dried food seem simply divine.

Dwi yn hoffi hoylio efo Elin...

Pure Grenada
Port Louis Marina
Calero Marinas