Charity

We love the RNLI and I'm afraid we have had cause to use them, which is why we are raising money for them. We also love charities that encourage people to get into sailing, cleaning up rubbish and I'm sure we will think of more as things come along.

Great News!

Great News!

On 10th October 2020, we reached our goal of raising £500 for the RNLI. Back in March 2018 we were given assistance by the RNLI. We had basically left Port Patrick heading South at high...
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What shall we do with a drunken sailor

We had come to Belfast lough for the winter. There are some great marinas in the lough and we choose Bangor, as the town has some great facilities all within walking distance of the marina. The...
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Pan Pan

Water was gushing into the engine compartment and filling up with diesel fumes so we declared a Pan Pan. We had at last escaped Conwy, the weather was pleasant and we could at last feel the...
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RNLI - Heros who save lives at sea

I met RNLI volunteer crewman Mark Greensmith while I was working as a temporary receptionist. While he was waiting for his appointment I chatted to him about his work and more importantly his...
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Sailing with the disabled

We had met Arne the chairman of Isle of Man sailing for the disabled in Peel when we were bringing Salty Lass down from Troon to Liverpool and we arranged a day where we could help out on Pride of...
Adventure Wales

Adventure Wales

I met the skipper, Sam Jones of Adventure Wales and his crew Sharon Salisbury, first mate, Paul Ash, watch leader and Kerry, youth development officer as part of my role as a ships liaison officer,...
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Damsels in distress

We had left Portpatrick in Scotland to sail to Peel in the Isle of Man. Even though the weather around the harbour had been clear, we had not got far along the coast before we hit winds gusting...