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Variable weather, trying to catch the wind, constantly changing sail configurations and dealing with unidentified submerged objects all made for a challenging, not entirely uneventful passage from Bermuda to the Azores. Back home in the UK, having flown from Bermuda … Continue reading
After a 14-day passage, Pipistrelle, with Bob, Pete Stone and Bob Tuckwood on board, reached Horta on the island of Faial. A full account of the trip will follow shortly, but this is worth posting! On the marina wall … Continue reading
Thanks to growing thousands of tons of onions in the 19th century and exporting them in the main to the USA, Bermudian seamen were known as ‘Onions’ and the island, ‘The Onion Patch’. Though trade declined after WW1 until the … Continue reading
After the family had left, we turned our attention to retrieving our ‘clobber’ from the locker, re-provisioning, cooking on-passage meals to freeze, baking bread and generally preparing Pipistrelle for our first serious passage of 2017 – from the Lesser Antilles … Continue reading
So what have we been up to for the last five months? Cruising The Caribbean again … We returned to Grenada mid-November and stayed at La Sagesse, while Pipistrelle was prepared to be launched. The resort is excellent, and staying there … Continue reading
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A summary of the last five months’ Caribbean cruising is finally, finally nearing completion, with publication and photos when we reach our next destination …. B E R M U D A!
Best wishes for a happy, healthy and peaceful new year. Fair winds and following seas for the cruising community. With Pipistrelle’s lay-up in Grenada for the hurricane season, the blog took a break too, so with the new year, here … Continue reading
After those well-earned sundowners we mentioned before, and flights back to the UK, Pipistrelle is now ‘relaxing’. Chocked up and strapped down on land at Grenada Marine, St David’s to the east of Prickly Bay, it could be worse. Staying … Continue reading