Happy Saint Patrick’s Day especially to our overseas readers.
As the boat is ready we decided to invite friends and family onto the boat last Saturday and Sunday. We had a total of 16 people over the two days. We have figured out the optimum number to have on board for a day trip is 12 people.
On both days we motored down river, almost to the railway bridge, but turned back before the bridge as the boat is too high to go through with canopy and radio arch up. We anchored near a lee shore (so it would not be too windy) and had a lunch and a chat. We then returned to base in Tarmonbarry.
Today’s blog is shorter as I have included the more photos.
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Hi Nulla what is your departure date & is it possible to email me a course/route &ETAs of your ports, I would love to follow/track you guys. If you can’t it’s no big deal. Best of luck God bless , and safe journey.
Brian & Caroline
Adrian leaves next Tue 25th March with the boat and goes by road to Dover in England. Put the boat in the water and motors to France.
I leave the following Thursday by air and meet up with him in Northern France. We are publishing blogs every Monday, Wed and Friday. If you sign up to follow the blog ( no spam guaranteed) then you will be notified when we publish and you will be able to see where the boat is. Nuala