Yacht Destiny

Adventures with Janice and Andy

11 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
10 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
09 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
08 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
07 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
07 May 2019 | Sisimiut, Fjord No 2
03 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
02 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
01 May 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
27 April 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
26 April 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
25 April 2019 | Sisimiut, West Greenland
24 April 2019 | Sismiut, West Greenland
14 April 2019 | Fox's Marina Ipswich
08 November 2018 | Ipswich, UK
25 October 2018 | England
23 October 2018 | NE England
20 October 2018 | NE Scotland
18 October 2018 | NE Scotland

Back In Iceland

26 September 2018 | North West Iceland
A few people have already logged that we safely arrived in Isafordur, NW Iceland midday today Thursday, but thanks to everyone who has been keeping an eye on us :-) We were given a warm welcome back by Muggi, the harbour master, who found us a space as the harbour is full. The next gale comes through early hours Friday morning but we will be well sheltered here and will be fast asleep! So we've re-activated our Icelandic data sim to catch up on emails and update the navigation computers. Tomorrow will be windy so we have sorted the times for the swimming pool to relax with some lengths and finish with the hot tub 🏊. Dinner was a roast chicken from the supermarket with jacket potato and salad.

We had an uneventful passage from Greenland, apart from hitting an uncharted rock (slowly & without much more than another small scrape & dent to the lead keel) whilst departing the last anchorage. A fairwell caress from the East coast! We had no wind to speak of so it was a motor for the whole 400nm, unfortunately but that is the nature of the season, its either blowing a gale or calm. We have at least enjoyed a full moon, calm sea and fabulous Northern lights every evening. Since Sisimiut we have now traveled 1476nm. That's about 1000nm remaining to Ipswich.

Signing off now to get an early but long night's sleep, having done 2 hour watches for the last 3 days. Usually we would do 3 hour watches but with the cold 2 - 2.5 hours was enough.

PICTURE : Janice with a fry up brunch, a good staple on passage
Vessel Name: Yacht Destiny
Vessel Make/Model: Van de Stadt | Samoa 47
Hailing Port: Stornoway, UK
Crew: Andy and Janice Fennymore-White
About: We built Destiny from scratch in a barn over 8 years and have lived aboard her full time since 2013. We are on a journey to explore our limits without time constraints anywhere the wind may take us. We have spent the last 3 years in the Arctic enjoying endless summer days and long Northern lights.
Yacht Destiny's Photos - Main
Pictures of Icelandic nature including animals, fauna, birds
22 Photos
Created 30 July 2017
We have been in Iceland for almost a year, we have met fabulous people and enjoyed the wild weather, but it is now time to depart..
27 Photos
Created 27 July 2017