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20/05/09

So after my somewhat foreshortened sailing trip what happened next you're asking?  read more ...

18/05/09

As some readers may know we've been away on holiday for the last couple of weeks. It was an interesting time for a variety of reasons so I'm going to write it up here. In parts.  read more ...

14/07/08

So a quick round up of this weekend's sailing trip. Hugo and I sailed his yacht Matchmaker from its home at Hoo Marina on the Medway out into the Thames...  read more ...

12/07/08

We are moored off Harty Ferry, which is on The Swale at the east end of the Isle of Sheppy. The ferry has long since stopped running but you can anchor offshore, motor to the old ferry hard in your tender and then walk up to the pub for supper.  read more ...

11/07/08

Tonight's rant is about Compass, the big mail order boat chandler. If you're not a boatie you may want to skip on.  read more ...

21/06/08

Well today's plan, and tomorrow's, was to go for a little sail on Matchmaker, down the Medway from Hoo Marina to moor at Queenborough...  read more ...

20/06/08

Gin


It's been a hard day today, not least struggling with the ISP who host this very site so I'll say no more about that for now. The news from Serenity is that ...  read more ...

17/06/08

Lots to tell you today. Serenity, now with new crew, has finally made it across the Firth of Forth on the third attempt and was at Taymouth last night. ...  read more ...

14/06/08

Unsurprisingly we're now back to catching up. We hadn't really finished sorting out after our previous trip and now we've got the remains of two lots of camping ...  read more ...

13/06/08

I've just put some more photos of my voyage on Serenity online here. They're not that great but it fills in some of the gaps. Here's one of the better ones.  read more ...

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