Baiona was the last port of call in our Galician adventure, and what an amazing stop it became. When we were arriving in the bay of Baiona there were already quite a few boats anchored. Andrus commented “there is a
Islas Cíes 15.6 – 17.6.
Finally, we were on a way to the islands of Cíes. Last summer our island exploration tour was cut short, and we only spent one night in the anchorage due to the weather. Thus, we were really eager to get
Cangas 12.6. – 15.6.
Our second season on Galician Rías had started. From our experience we knew that every afternoon, the north wind Nortada will arrive like a clockwork. Thus, we were not in any hurry and we took it easy until the afternoon.
Back on water in 2022
In February of 2020 we came to Lisbon for preparing Suwena for the summer cruise. Andrus serviced the engine, and we visited several boatyards to choose a location for annual haulout. And we found a suitable place from Algés next
Praia de Carragueiros 11.6. – 12.6.
It was clear to both of us that we will spend the first night of the summer cruise in an anchorage. After all, Ría de Arousa is full of small bays which are just perfect for anchoring out. When Andrus
Xufre part 2, 9.6. – 11.6.
On Sunday, after finishing the cleaning of Suwena in the pontoon of the Caramiñal she was ready for sea and summer cruise. Ahoy, amazing anchorages and beautiful beaches, here we come. The lines off, and the ninth summer of Nauticat
Caramiñal part 3, 5.6. – 9.6.
In the middle of hardworking boat maintenance chores, we suddenly received an email from another Finnish yacht anchored in front of Caramiñal. S/Y Aina had noticed our Finnish flag flying on top of our mizzen and they quickly located our
Caramiñal part 2, 30.5. – 5.6.
The start of this boating season was a bit different. In other words, we flew to Porto in Portugal where we spent a night in a hotel before continuing by taxi to Xufre in Spain first thing next morning. The
Xufre part 1, 1.7. – 3.7.
On Sunday afternoon we got an amazing sunshine for the last sailing of the season. The distance was only four nautical miles across the bay of Ría de Arousa from Caramiñal to the island of Illa de Arousa. We wanted
A Pobra do Camariñal part 1, 25.6. – 1.7.
We sailed from Sanxenxo in the beautiful sunshine 16 nautical miles north to the ría de Arousa. Suwena had a booking for a winter berth at the boatyard of Xufre on the island of Illa de Arousa. We had one