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Part 1: Crossing the Bay.

Crossing the Bay of Biscay. A 3-day stopover in, Brest/Marina Du Chateau was relaxing. The surrounding area is busy with bars and just what we needed. Brest itself is perfect for re-stocking your boat. Marina Du Chateau have a fantastic service, free use push bikes (150 Euro deposit). Which we took advantage and rode toContinue reading “Part 1: Crossing the Bay.”

UK to France. Our first European country.

Newlyn UK to Brest France. Bon Voyage UK for now! We couldn’t stay in Newlyn for long, but I’d like to say. It’s a long time since I was in Cornwall. Padstow and Newlyn have still got a traditional charm and I look forward to visiting when we get back. Time to crack on withContinue reading “UK to France. Our first European country.”

Making our way South.

Its hard to get off the hamster wheel. Using the electric drive/engine, when not needed, wasn’t going to teach us anything. Its a tough learning curve. Carbon free if possible “yes” but a skipper has a responsibility to the crew/wife, RNLI & self. For emergency’s only. I fitted a Hyundai 7kw, air cooled, LPG siteContinue reading “Making our way South.”

Sailing. Life the Universe and everything.

Here we go, my first blog. I’m Les. I love boats, motorbikes, living life to the max & my wife. I’m very concerned about the environment and want to do as much as I can to take care of it, whilst I live my dreams. That’s why we have an electric drive on a sailContinue reading “Sailing. Life the Universe and everything.”