DD moored in Masku
On the return leg, I got in the middle of a thunder shower, which brought heavy rain and lighting,
but the wind stayed calm.
Last Sunday we departed for the second cruise of the year. Again the wind was light during the day, but the sea breeze picked up during the afternoon so we got finally a nice evening sail to our boating club's skerry harbour.
The club harbour has a strong TV signal, which was an important criteria as Finland was playing an Ice Hockey championship finals against Russia on Sunday evening. Unfortunately, the game did not end that well for us...
On Monday we had a short downwind sail to nearby Nauvo/Nagu guest harbour
where we left the boat for one day.
Now we are back in the Archipelago and writing this post from deserted Houtskär (two boats in the marina), where we arrived after a twenty nautical miles sail from Nauvo. After a weekend's heatwave, the temperatures have dropped about 15–20 degrees, so it was pretty cold at the sea. Especially, as the northerly wind was gusting 12 m/s (24 knots) today.