Yacht Destiny

Adventures with Janice and Andy

08 November 2018 | Ipswich, UK
25 October 2018 | England
23 October 2018 | NE England
20 October 2018 | NE Scotland
18 October 2018 | NE Scotland
16 October 2018 | Scrabster, NE Scotland
13 October 2018 | Suduroy, Faroe Islands
08 October 2018 | Faroe Islands
06 October 2018 | North East Iceland
02 October 2018 | Akureyri
26 September 2018 | North West Iceland
23 September 2018 | East Greenland
22 September 2018 | East Greenland
20 September 2018 | East Greenland
19 September 2018 | East Greenland
18 September 2018 | West Greenland
18 September 2018 | West Greenland
17 September 2018 | West Greenland
16 September 2018 | West Greenland
13 September 2018 | South West Greenland

Destiny In Quaint Eyemouth

18 October 2018 | NE Scotland
Leaving Scrabster at 10.30am yesterday, we had good wind on the beam which enabled us to be off Dunnet Point in time for the flood tide which saw us through the Pentland Firth (one of Britain's infamous tidal gates with flood tides up to 12kts, but for us a mellow sail as we had the entry time spot on and a neap tide) and round the most northern tip of mainland UK into the Moray Firth. We had such glorious weather, excellent beam reach wind from the West so we were steaming along at 8-9 knots, that we kept going passing our potential planned stops of Wick, then on overnight past Petershead and finally Montrose then passing the Firth of Forth to arrive here in quaint Eyemouth late afternoon. A tricky, very shallow harbour and entrance, we came in on Neaps low water seeing 0.7m on the depth gauge. With our keel up we touch at 0.5m so we only had 0.2m clear - 8"! We Moored up on the visitors pontoon, stretched our legs and enjoyed Haddock and Chips from Mackays chippy, having completed another 205nm.

We are still struggling with lush green views that greet us and our boat heightened sense of smell is picking up the various land scents such as grass, trees and ploughed earth as we enter each new harbour.

PICTURE : Destiny on the Visitors Pontoon, Eyemouth
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