We had a great run across from l’Aberwrac’h to the Isles of Scilly.
Passage plan 20 hours.
Passage 18 hours but only because we hove too for 3 hours about 3 miles off so that we could approach in the daylight.
Its a much easier passage from NW Brittany than trying to sail West from the UK south coast.
We anchored between Gugh and St Agnes. A beautiful bay that felt more like the Caribbean than a group of islands off the British coast. The sun meant we could have a cold swim/wash. The first since leaving the comforts of Torquay marina.
We generally hope to be sailing where it’s warmer so the washes won’t be so cold.
Unfortunately I managed to kill the waterproof shockproof camera after this.