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Kerringjoy and goodbyes

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Our final day Bluejay had us making a short hop from the picturesque holiday town of Kerringjoy. Dan and Alastair failed to cook all the bacon on the boat, better luck tomorrow. After a brief explore the crew lept into action for some springing off practice. Running lines left right and centre to extract Bluejay from a tight wind on berth, Sophie brought us off the dock in expert fashion. Just seconds after we had slipped lines the yacht that had been blocking our exit decided to follow us out! We had a relaxing light wind motor into Bodo navigated by Dan. Now we sit in the restaurant remeniscing on the trip, having failed to navigate ourselves to the restaurant we had made a reservation at.

For our final blog, here’s what the crew have to say on the trip;

Codstock and custard.  Breath taking scenary, gentle sailing and a wish to stay longer. – Nicky

Some great sailing (and motoring) in wonderful wearher, even if the sun never went to bed. Great group of people who quickly gelled as a team and had a brilliant fortnight. Will have to come back to the Lofotens again. – Alastair

Amazing place, amazing crew, amazing skipper and mate. Superb trip. – Penny

Great mix of sailing, exploring and socialising. A fantastic trip. – Dan

I’ll be back … Majestic Lofoten, neverending day, so much to see, so much to learn, so much to explore, all of that in great company. All expectations met, thanks to our amazing skipper and mate. – Sophie

There is really nothing much to add – Pedro