2014 – 1500 nautical miles

2 June  Plymouth Yacht Haven to Falmouth Harbour

3 June  Falmouth to Channals Creek, up the River Fal

5 June Channals Creek to Falmouth

6 June Falmouth to pontoon up the Truro River

8 June Truro River to Channals Creek

10 June Channals Creek to Falmouth

11-12 June Falmouth, across English Channel  to Paluden, L’Aber Wrac’h, Brittany, France

16 June Paluden to La Palue, L’Aber Wrac’h

18-21 June La Palue, across Bay of Biscay to Ria de Viveiro, Galicia, Spain

26 June Ria de Viveiro to La Coruna

30 June La Coruna to Laxe

2 July Laxe to Corme

6 July Corme to Camarinas

7 July  Camarinas to Ensenada to San Francisco, Ria de Muros

9 July Ensenada to San Francisco to Muros

10 July Muros to Ensenada de San Francisco

16 July Ensenada de San Francisco to Muros

18 July Muros to San Julian, Illa de Arousa, Ria de Arousa

21 July San Julian to Vilagarcia de Arousa

23 July Vilagarcia de Arousa to Cabo Cruz

27 July Cabo Cruz to Playa Quenxo, bay south of Rianxo

28 July Playa Quenxo to Rianxo

30 July Rianxo to A Pobro do Caraminal

5 August A Pobro do Caraminal to Vilagarcia

7 August Vilagarcia to Baiona

14 August Baiona to Leixoes (near Porto), Portugal

17-18 August Leixoes to Nazare

19 August Nazare to Peniche

21 August Peniche to Cascais

24 August Cascais to Doca de Alcantara, Lisbon

26 August Lisbon to Cascais

27 August Cascais to Sines

28 August Sines to Enseada de Sagres

29 August Enseada de Sagres to Alvor

2 September Alvor to Albufeira

5 September Albufeira to Ilha da Culatra

14 September Ilha da Culatra to Mazagon, Andalusia, Spain

18 September Mazagon to Cadiz

20 September Cadiz to Barbate

21 September Barbate to Gibraltar

25-26 September Gibraltar to Almerimar

29 September Almerimar to Aguadulce (around 5 miles west of Almeria)

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2 thoughts on “2014 – 1500 nautical miles

  1. so… you’ve been moored at Sweet Water for almost 2 months now – are you missing the travel? The name “sweet water” reminds me of a book I’d like to recommend – it’s by Michael Crummey (a Nfld author) and called “Sweetland” – I really enjoyed it (the 3rd one of his I have really liked) and think you may too (if you like reading fiction) 🙂

    • Hi Martha,
      Definitely getting itchy feet, although this is a really beautiful place to spend the winter. We have the blue Mediterranean in front of us and the Sierra Nevada behind us, bright blue skies and great weather. It’s the second half of November and we’re still swimming in the sea!

      Michael Crummey – I’ll have to look him up. You, Martha, were the person who introduced me to the joys of maritime Canadian fiction – Anne Marie McDermot, Annie Proulx, and others who’ve slipped my mind for the minute. I’ll definitely take your latest recommendation!! I’ll add it to my Christmas wish list.

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