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Beautiful, Sunny Madeira
Sat Jun 7 20:39:13 EDT 2008


Local tour boat in Funchal Harbor, Madeira
Sat Jun 7 20:20:42 EDT 2008, Madeira

Madeira is a busy hopping/happening place.

Anchored in Funchal, Madeira
Sat Jun 7 20:17:50 EDT 2008, Madeira

Dark dinghy.

Stanley Thermos from Lois & Vern
Sat Jun 7 20:12:49 EDT 2008, Funchal, Madeira

Don't know if we would have had such a good trip without it from Spain to the anchorage here in Funchal, on the island of Madeira.

In Madeira
Sat Jun 7 15:22:54 EDT 2008, Funchal, Madeira

The wind decided we should go to Madeira, and we are now in Funchal, a beautiful harbor in this warm and very pleasant island.

Mon Jun 9 9:37:14 EDT 2008 | Dogwatch
Bon Voyage, Richard! Hope you have a smooth crossing. Seems like some ASA member does an Atlantic crossing this time every year.
Off the Coast of Africa, Heading to Madeira Islands
Thu Jun 5 18:04:21 EDT 2008, 34 43.0'N:16 6.00'W

All is well.

Light Winds, Flat Seas, Blue Skies
Sun Jun 1 10:12:05 EDT 2008, Off the coast of Portugal -- 41 47.0'N:11 26.0'W

We departed Vigo, Spain yesterday, and with good winds reached speeds of 7 knots with waves breaking over the boat. Today we have light winds, flat seas, and blue skies. Not moving fast, but at least it's beautiful.

Sun Jun 1 21:47:22 EDT 2008 | marybeth
Glad you're on your way once more.Also happy to see the blog active again.Fair winds and love to the cook.
Wed Jun 4 14:33:37 EDT 2008 | Sif
Great that things are going well. Most of us ordinary people wouldn´t mind a few days out there with you in the sun.
Stay save and enjoy it.
Furlers Repaired, Now Departing Vigo, Spain
Sat May 31 0:06:11 EDT 2008, Departing Vigo, Spain

Furlers have been cleaned and lubricated, some furling lines replaced. We are off!!

Hope you all are well.

s/v Issuma

Contemplating Las Islas Atlanticas
Fri May 30 0:03:29 EDT 2008, Vigo, Spain

We are working on the furler in a beautiful anchorage in Parque Nacional De Las Islas Atlanticas, Rio De Vigo.

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