Its a pretty well worn path for Titania / Atalanta owners but its certainly a big adventure for us, family crew of five, including George 6, below, Jemima 10 and Freddie 9. With lots of great advice from Trevor, we trailed and launched off in Sa
Well I have finally managed to put Mary back in the water and I think the plan is basically to find my way home. The distances here are too great and the contradiction between waiting out mistral and having to fighter 3 weeks holiday once a year has
This blog covers a 2 1/2 week holiday I spent in Sardinia working on Mary.
Before reading this look back at the condition of Mary when I sailed out of Portland in October 2012. During 2013 she was exposed to a lot of strong UV. With the a
Calista will be spending May and June sailing in the Adriatic.
The plan is:
Leaving Pembrokeshire on Easter Monday, driving through the channel tunnel, Germany and Austria to
2013 Atalanta Mary Alghero to Bosa, Sardinia.
Photo: Alghero – making do. I guess it is not to compete with a fast cat but getting the most ou
2013 A102 – Corsica!.
Photo: Corsica. I have arrived after an epic 36 hour haul on the motor today but a good 4 hours on spinaker yesterday.
2013 A102 – Out into the Mediterranean.
Photo: Med. I will update the blog soon as I am expecting bad weather. 50km winds. I am anchored in
I am planning on a holiday next year along the lines of sailing from Chichester to St Valerie-sur-somme then across internal waterways to the south of France and then to spend the remainder of this year sailing towards and around the Tyrrhenian se