A leisurely morning and woke up to a beautiful dawn in Gdynia.

Down to the restaurant for a buffet breakfast and then fir an early morning swim in the hotel pool.

We then walked 4 kms to the Experyment museum, full of wondrous things fir Alex to play with. Back to Gdynia for an Italian meal at Vita Italia. Great Spag Bols and to the hotel fir table football

Alex and Daddy at Experyment
We had to have our X-Ray taken before entry



Another Day

Well after many hours of planning, whether to go to Carloforte or Bosa we decided to stay with our friends at the anchorage.

It wasn’t a hard decision, beautiful sun and sea, but above all the company of our Italian friends.

Sunrise and Marta and Massimo’s Yacht

Testing of my new underwater Olympus camera. Setting of anchor, Me snorkelling and sea grass.

Anchoring in Tuerredda

We set sail from Cagliari with our two, wonderful Italian friends and decided to head for an anchorage in Tuerredda.

A very windy start and we were ploughing through the waves at a rate of over 7 knots.

We invited our Italian friends to Arctura for some chicken Schnitzels, and after a wonderful evening ferried them back to their yacht by tender. Next day the invitation was reciprocated with a fantastic pasta follow bow chick hen curry.

Swimming and snorkelling in these wonderful water was a pleasure and for October surprisingly warm.

Arctura under anchor

Massimo after a prop cleaning dive

Marta with Arba

Bath time Sardinian style

Where are those fish that I promised Ed for lunch


A quick visit to Gdynia to see my lovely Alex,

Not a lot of time?

Drove to Czluchow to collect Alex from his German lessons at 1630 and then onto Gdynia and the hotel Mercure.

Out for an evening pizza and chat and then off to bed.

View from our room 807. Overlooking Gdynia marina

View from our room 807 Mercure Gdynia

At the local PizzaHut in Gdynia