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- Able Seaman
- Posts: 55
- Joined: Thu Dec 22, 2011 5:45 pm
- Boat Type: Vega
- Location: East Kilbride & Dalmarnock Railway Bridge
And no signs of getting any warmer in the cauld east wind. The ice bergs are still with us in the upper reaches of the Clyde.
Keep Her Afloat M'Boy
- Old Salt
- Posts: 773
- Joined: Fri Feb 08, 2008 4:58 pm
- Boat Type: Macwester Rowan 8 meter
- Location: Aberdeenshire
- Admiral of the Blue
- Posts: 5746
- Joined: Sun May 12, 2002 4:11 pm
- Boat Type: Albin Vega 27
- Location: Oban. Scotland
Rowana wrote:Nick wrote:Rowana wrote:Huz March been cancelled awthegither????
It's been reinstated
An' weel worth the waitin' fur. Fit a bonny pictur !
A memorable dawn, tinged with apprehension because we had had 20+ knots most of the nght and were about to enter the biggest wind acceleration zone in the Canaries, where the wind speed - according to the pilot - often doubled. In fact it went up the arse and only 25-30 knots and we had a cracking run under genoa down the West coast of Gran Canaria to Puerto Mogan.
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