4 days dry docked

So we’re off down to Gianti today, having taken a few days off work to get things sorted. Trev’s had an overnight stay already, but this is the first time I’ve been on her since we saw her. She’s dry docked, so all access is via a long, long ladder 😨😨😨

I’m a little worried about slipping off when I go for an emergency wee at 3 AM

I’ll sort out a video of the progress made this weekend. We’re debating watermakers and wind generators at the moment. They’re probably not necessary for cruising around the Mediterranean but I like the idea of being as self sufficient as possible. They cut down on the need to stay at marinas quite so often and gives us the chance to get used to things before any big passages get organised.

We’ve got a list of things to look for at the London boat show in January.

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