Lady Cindy

Welcome

Hi, I am originally from the South Coast of England but have spent most of my life away from my home town of Southampton. I love to travel and see natural places but hate the busy tourist spots – which is strange because I spent 5 years running a seaside convenience store and Post Office. I am currently living onboard a 32 foot Nicholson 32 Sail boat preparing to sail around the world. I am blogging every few days and eventually will add things such as live and recorded video via my YouTube channel. You can also Track Me here.

Latest Posts

  • Back in New Quay
    I have arrived back in New Quay, made an expensive mistake, spent time talking with and getting help from amazing friends and family and ready to laze away the summer in this fantastic place. The trip up from Milford Haven was mostly uneventful with light winds but St David’s Head was a little exciting. Winds, …

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  • Lands End to Milford Haven
    I have done some miles since my last blog post, I am now in Milford Haven in the lovely Dale anchorage. I have struggled at times with low and intermittent wind speeds but its all part of learning about getting the best from the boat. I have not been ashore now for a week and …

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  • Missing cup
    I am moving west at a reasonable pace and hope to go around lands end today. A major milestone in my trip to West Wales. I’ve seen some stunning coastlines but had a couple of small setbacks. Setback one is my wind speed measuring device (anemometer) has been unreliable and as its at the top …

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  • Brixham to Falmouth
    The last few days sailing have been downwind in light Easterly winds. I have learned a lot about how the boat handles and have used the whisker and preventers a lot. I am still not happy I am rigging them the best way, I am still tinkering to make it easier single handed. I am …

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  • Weymouth to Brixham
    The day started with a great downwind sail in a light breeze and ended with no wind and motoring nearly 2 hours into Brixham. Some highlights were: Using the wind vane steering downwind, rigging a preventer, using the whisker pole and sailing wing to wing. Meeting a pod of common dolphins. And some things I …

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