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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July 21, 2017

July 14, 2017

Darrynane harbor had an imposing entrance.  You come in between some daunting rocks with breaking waves on either side of the boat through a narrow entrance, steer a course of 34 degrees before making a hard 90 degree next to a marker to starboard and come...

July 13, 2017

Southwestern Ireland

Entry into the Dingle harbor was welcomed with not only an abundance of sea life, but also the thousand shades of green that the Emerald Isle is known for.  As we usually do after a long passage, we got our sea legs and rewarded ourselves with a din...

July 11, 2017

Crossing the Bay has a deserved reputation of “Be buttoned up no bullshit passage”.  I say this only from reading others experiences and talking with the locals who have made the crossing.  Everyone gets twitchy when discussing the topic.  We decided it would be pruden...

July 8, 2017

Real Club Nautico Portosin was a great spot to leave Cadence but not a town worth spending much time in.  At least from my small glimpse into what the town was about over a short time out of season.  The club was very nice, serving a decent meal with a nice view over t...

July 2, 2017

A break from sailing for some horse back riding in Ireland with Wicklow Equitours

June 9, 2017

We spent another full day at the north end of the island, Cies, in a small anchorage, again the only boat.  Around 4 in the afternoon, we pulled anchor and made way up into Ria de Pontevedra.  We went all the way to the top of this Ria and anchored just off the small v...

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