Monthly Archives: May 2014
If anyone’s wondering what they’re going to read now that Elinca’s blog has finished then here are two blogs from friends that we made along the way that may fill the gap left by the end of Adventure2013. Niall Iain … Continue reading
I found it impossible to write anything meaningful on leaving Elinca in Stornoway. Emotion was running high and there was a lot to do in a short time. We arrived at 4 am Saturday morning after a cracking last sail … Continue reading
All coiled down and its time for us to go. Every sail furled in a neat harbour stow. Another ship for us and for her another crew, goodbye Elinca, good luck to you.
een a long motor to windward and Elinca is now approaching Oban where we will drop off our watermaker, our spinnaker and our personal locator beacons for OYT Scotland. Despite the lack of sailing it has been flat and the … Continue reading
I was reminded by Nick’s mum that 9 months ago I’d promised to put the reworked Sea Fever poem on the blog. So here it is! It’s from the Assarain II Tall Ships Race in 2008 (effectively a round Britain … Continue reading
Elinca is currently motoring off the welsh coast. There is fog and mist so thick that we didn’t see the lighthouse off the Pembrokeshire coast until we were two miles off it. The sea is flat and although we are … Continue reading