More Ria de Vigo San Adrian de Cobres, Moaña and Limens After leaving Baiona we headed to the marina at San Adrian de Cobres (SAdC), then went to the marina at Moaña, on to anchor at Ensenada de Limens, back to Moaña and back to SAdC. In this log we will recount both visits to … Read moreMore Ria de Vigo
Baiona Not quite as expected…….. We had long anticipated our visit to what is supposed to be one of the jewels of the Rias Baixas. We found the peninsula housing the castle, Parador and Monterreal Yacht Club to be amazing – but sadly the town did not live up to our expectations…………… The journey from … Read moreBaiona
Illas Cies – paradise! in company with a crowd…… Over the winter we had obtained our permit to visit the islands of the Parque Nacional Marítimo Terrestre de las Islas Atlánticas de Galicia. The website, with information on the different islands plus permit application is HERE We left Cangas in very light winds to travel 7 … Read moreIllas Cies – paradise!
Cangas, Ria de Vigo …..and a visit to Pontevedra We had heard that the outer pontoons in the marina can get very rolly from ferry wash and so decided to anchor off the beach for a few days, and headed the short 3.5 nm across the ria from Vigo. We anchored off the beach in … Read moreCangas, Ria de Vigo
City Break In Vigo Shopping, Swimming and Sightseeing A stay at Real Club Nautico Vigo After our very brief stay in Ensenada de Barra we headed in to the big city of the Rias Baixas. Adam had to fly home for a few days and we went to keep Lynne company. Well, that was our … Read moreCity Break In Vigo
Bare Arse Bay aka Ensenada de Barra Adam and Lynne had a short weather window to head North from Lisbon and they went for it. Through the summer the prevailing winds down the West coast of the Iberian peninsular are solidly consistent Northerlies, known as the “Portuguese Trade Winds”. The time to move North is … Read moreBare Arse Bay
2019 -The Season Begins Back to Xufre For Boat Prep. and Launch ….with a bit of tourism thrown in! We had barely scratched the surface of the Spanish Rias and loved what we experienced last year – and so this year we will begin and end the season at the Xufre boatyard. The first part … Read more2019 -The Season Begins