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Fair Winds

Mallard

Mallard

Glenarm Marina

Glenarm Marina

A fair tide and wind carried us up the coast to the quiet little town of Glenarm, with its neat little marina. We had time in the morning for a walk up the glen, through woods luxuriantly carpeted with bluebells and wild garlic, to a nature reserve – but found it reserved for members only. We left in late afternoon and were whisked north by a very strong tide and a following Force 6 wind. At one point we registered a speed of 11.3 knots! In three hours we were at Rathlin, tied up alongside the pontoon, well sheltered by breakwaters.

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