S/V Cadence


 A life long dream finally is coming to fruition.  Please feel free to browse our site, follow our passages as we set off on a ? year circumnavigation of planet earth abourd our 43 foot Hallberg-Rassy

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June 28, 2018

Oban is the biggest town we have been in since arriving here.  Really not much to report on about it.  It seemed kind of drab without much personality.  It was however the perfect place to exchange crew.  There are rail and bus links to Glasgow which takes you to the r...

June 21, 2018

When Joan and Kirk arrived in Port Ellen, Islay we had already experienced 3 blissful weather weeks in Scotland.  The land of 4 seasons in a day and the ever present skin eating brain torturing midge has so far been thankfully a great disappointment.  The locals here s...

May 31, 2018

Starting the sailing season in Scotland

October 15, 2017

Jess and I toured Belfast like a couple of pros before she would fly home, and Chris and Rich would fly in.  Belfast doesn’t offer much in the way of esthetics, however it more than makes up for it through its past history of ship building, i.e. the Titanic, and of cou...

August 20, 2017

We really needed to start moving as we had many miles to go to get to Northern Ireland and not much time.  So off we went to Crosshaven and the oldest know yacht club in the world, the Royal Cork Yacht Club.  Besides the nostalgia of it being an old yacht club and a co...

August 8, 2017

After Adrigole Jess and I made a hop to Schull harbor which was about 30 miles.  Getting out of Bantry bay itself in stiff SW winds was the most challenging part of the short trip but the remainder was rather uneventful with the exception of the rough sea state that go...

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