Yesterday morning we returned to Gosport, motor-sailing in light winds. This was the last leg of our south-west coast cruise which lasted for 55 days. More stats later, but first a description of our time at Newtown River.
|Newtown River sunset|
We spent 5 nights anchored at Newtown River. We arrived at neap tides and had plenty of depth. For our last two nights we moved about 30m to ensure we stayed afloat as the low tides got lower. The river is very peaceful at night. During the day many vessels come and go, making the anchorage quite busy.
|Looking SE over the mud flats|
|Looking S towards the Solent|
|William the seal|
|Feed me or I'll eat your dinghy|
|High tide exploring|
|Zen Again South-West Coastal Cruise Track|
On arrival back in Gosport we gave the boat a good wash, filled our water tanks, exchanged a propane cylinder and filled our diesel jerry cans. Zen Again's ready for more!
Trust all's well where you are!