Ireland 'Port to Port'Cruise.
Another "Impromptu Cruise, "this time to Ireland. A different port per night, Howth, Malahide, Greystones and the return to Pwllheli. What a delight in beautiful weather and great company.
'Pucabin' a Westerly Fulmar with skipper Gary, and Bernard as crew,not only sailed with us on route but were at Howth Marina to welcome us over the Irish sea.
Malahide Yacht Club also warmheartedly welcomed us, old and new friends having a great time together.
The new Marina in Greystones, which only opened a few months ago, gave us such a warm reception.
(A Marina, accessible at all states of the tide, and is a shorter crossing from Pwllheli to Ireland than other marinas).
Although, at present there are temporary mobile showering facilities, they were well cared for and we look forward to the development in the future. The marina is so close to the town, within a short walking distance, which is also an attraction.
All boats that cruised on this occasion look forward to a return journey here a.s.a.p.
Note: Picture (directly above) at the new marina at Greystones, Ireland.We returned to Pwllheli to be welcomed by brilliant sunshine once more, beaming smiles all around as many berth holders had been able to take advantage of the weather and visited the beautiful bays surrounding Pwllheli.