Fortunately we had run back to France on Saturday night. Strong westerly winds were blowing at sea and according to the weather forecast it would continue doing so for several more days. We acquainted ourselves well with the annoying feeling
It finally felt like the warm summer had arrived to Brittany as we could have a breakfast outside in a cockpit without getting any goose bumps. We also had a holiday weekend in Île de Bréhat island ahead of us
Last spring we joined Royal Malta Yacht Club. The club is active year around with many competitions, regattas and social happenings coming up at regular intervals. The club’s better known sailing race is the Rolex Middle Sea Race that is
We cast off Suwena’s lines from Finland in 2012 and after that we have been sailing forward every year. Each year we have selected a new location for Suwena’s wintering that we also used a local base for exploring around.
Guernsey is a small and charming island with a size of 12×10 km, which located in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. Guernsey, with its seascapes, sandy beaches and cliff walks has been a tourist destination since at
Alderney is the most northerly of the Channel Islands and the only one that is actually located in the English Channel, only 8 nautical miles from the cape of La Hague in Normandy. The rest of the Channel Islands are
Herm is one of the smallest of the Channel Islands. It is only 2.4 km long and 0.8 km wide and it is very popular day trip destination. We had a walk around the island on footpath as did many
We were anchoring Suwena in a beautiful bay of Sark and these picturesque anchoring bays were highly recommended to us by many sailors. Here is our video from our trip to Great Sark and Little sark. You can read our
We sailed on the coast of North Brittany during two summers of 2015 – 2016. Here are some memories of our sailing with Suwena. Our stories of Brittany you can read from our blog entries.
Suwena’s sailing in North Brittany continued in Roscoff, Île de Batz and Morlaix waters. Let’s have a look. Our two sailing seasons stories of Brittany you can read from our blog entries.