Getting Ready

Firstly I have to apologise for my lack of stories over the last year. I’m not going to blame covid19 as I’m sick of people using that excuse on me, so I’m not going to use that on you. To be honest I have no excuse at all, as I have just been lazy. Fingers … Read more

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Serenity III

A few posts ago I told you about selling Serenity III to a lovely couple Northern Ireland and we had a new vessel on the way. Toby, Jimmy and Chris traveled down to Canvey Island in Essex which is where we had the boat built and after a few days she was ready to come … Read more

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Winter Education

We often get asked what we do during the winter. Apart from doing all the maintenance on the boats to make them shipshape for the new season, we still sail all year long but in January we stop for a month to give everyone time off to get holidays or jobs done at home etc. … Read more

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Harbour Update

Things are coming along really well with fixing the harbour pier, in fact they have finished now and its like we have a new harbour now. All the workmen have been really nice and very helpful over the summer of 2019 and a few of them have been fantastic with our girls in the booking … Read more

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Basking Shark

Wow, what a day Friday 20th was…. It was just a stunning morning, with flat calm seas, beautiful sunshine, and crystal clear skies. We were on the way out with divers when I received a phone call from Ron, our the skipper of Mara Mhor, telling me that he has just spotted a Basking Shark … Read more

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Harbour Update

The guys seem to getting on really well with the harbour upgrade but I do wish the had worked every tide and weekends as they would have been further ahead then they are. I think they are behind in their schedule but I suppose its major work and you are always going to get snags. … Read more

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Red Kite

While on a trip the other day, we had just finished looking at the seals when all of a sudden I saw an Osprey but then all of a sudden we knew it was not an Osprey but a Red Kite. Talk about being very excited was an understatement but it was not just me … Read more

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Not so Common

We hardly ever see common seals at the Farne Island but the last couple of years we have seen one at least once but this year we have been able to see one last week at the Blue Caps and to make things even better we have spotted on for 3 days on the trot … Read more

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