Captains Blog 18 Journey to the end of the earth, or Europe at least!

The weather was fine but with little wind the day we left Ayamonte for Mazagon.  We arrived early evening and tied alongside the bouncy visitor pontoon. It was spookily quiet so the decision was made to find and empty mooring and sneak on. The following morning, we booked in with one poor bloke, juggling multiple …

Colonial St Jordi Sunset

After a peaceful day swimming in super clear waters & exoring the fab town, we've settled down for wine, picky tea & a sunset. If anyone wants a holiday recommendation, look no further. It's got quirky restaurants, beaches and coves of all kinds, snorkeling, paddle boarding and all manner of activities.

Sailing Éalú

There is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.

Skipper Jenn

POOP DECK: Because we give a SHIT

S/Y Maggie

Living the dream onboard our Beneteau 473 with our sailor dog