After a couple of days exploring the lovely Isles of Scilly it’s time to set sail again. Our journey starts around the rather forbidding northern islands where the big Atlantic swells come crashing ashore and explode on the rocky outcrops. Definitely a lee shore to avoid!
Once clear of the islands we’ll set a course for south east towards the harbour of L’Aber Wrac’h on the north west corner of France.
It’s just over 100 miles and will take around 18 hours which means another night passage. So long Scilly, it’s been great!