The fleet has a well-deserved rest day in St Helier but unfortunately it's a wash out
The fleet has a well-deserved rest day in St Helier but unfortunately it’s a wash out.
It was lazy mornings all round as the MBM crew made the most of our rest day in St Helier and enjoyed our first cooked breakfast of the cruise.
Unfortunately for the rest of the fleet it rained all day, hampering plans to explore the island. Neale and Richard also got pretty wet refuelling Time Flies, but at least they looked like they enjoyed themselves.
We’ve just had a lovely dinner including some tasty Jersey Royals, courtesy of Steve from the Premier Marine fuel berth, which our man from Guernsey, Richard Poat, ate begrudgingly.
The weather for tomorrow is uncertain so Neale will assess it again in the morning and if it’s good enough we will head to St Quay Portrieux, and if it’s not we’ll stay put. Check in tomorrow to see how we fare.
Caption: Richard and Neale don their foulies as they head out to refuel our Cobra 6.6 Time Flies