Thursday, 09.08.2018

Thursday, 09.08.2018 Another cape to be rounded today! Cabo Vaticano marks the entrance of the bay of Tropea and Vibo. A thunderstorm behind me sucks air from the sea, which means sailing in a good breeze, though on the nose. Tacking towards and away and towards and away from the cape is a job for Cécile. Just before the harbour entrance of Tropea Martin and Kyle try to catch some sharks. The bait is ideally 13 to 15 years old, sportive, attached to my security man-over-board-rope and trawled at a speed around three to four knots. The boys have fun. And no sharks  around it seems…

Dinner needs to be earned today, because first everybody has to climb 195 steps until you reach the level of the city, which is again spectacularly situated on a massive cliff overlooking the Thyrrenian Sea.


Zurück zum Törn: From Preveza to Vibo Marina - July 2018

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