Miranda Merron's blog
Continuing with yesterday's theme of lighthouse tourism, and the up-close view we had of Tuskar Rock lighthouse, so today we visited Longships lighthouse off Land's End.
We rounded Tuskar Rock just before sunset. For those who have complained in the past that they couldn't see the lighthouse through the fog, this is what it looks like.
We have had a full on race so far. Not much wind most of the time, but a beautiful summer day on the south coast of England, so a lovely sail through the Solent.
850 Miles from St Malo - fastest boat in the fleet at 17knots
The day has dawned grey, mainly foggy and still raining.
Huge apologies for the lack of news - have been working harder than I ever thought possible.
We left Gaspe just over three weeks ago, and had a superb trip up the St Lawrence River.
After the Atlantic Cup, we sailed to Portland, Maine, where we installed ourselves at the Maine Yacht Center, in order to undertake some maintenance/ repair work on Campagne de France in preparatio
After a great stop-over in the wonderful city that is New York, filled with skippers parties and an brilliant Pro-am race it was time to leave and once again get onto the race track taking us north
We have been in Charleston for nearly three weeks, and the time has been flying.