“Quick! Look rich!” – Skipper Steve Dewhurst upon seeing tourists looking at the yacht in the marina.
“I’ll be buggered if I’m going to go out there today!” said Steve when he climbed out of his berth this morning.
The wind was blowing from the south this morning. And less than a wind, a breeze. No use in going out from the marina to do 40 miles a day into the wind for four days, when we can wait four days for a good wind and do 200 miles on that first day.
Good logic. So depending on the wind, we may set off tomorrow.
We managed to pick up a wireless internet connection from somewhere today. That means that I have been able to update the website. Happy days.
Just a reminder that once we are under way, the yacht can be tracked via our GPS tracking system at a website called Yacht Control. Once at the front page of this website, login with the following details:
The capitals do matter.
Once logged in, you can see our position, indicated by a catamaran graphic. Cool, aye. You can zoom in and out using the panel at the left of the screen.