9. Indian Ocean, Atlantic-South Cape Town October 20, 2016 ZekeTheSailor 2 Comments Long story short: here we are comfortably berthed at the Royal Cape Yacht Club. We were very, very lucky getting in here. Our reluctant starboard engine quit, but we arrived amid a rare occurrence…almost no wind…so we could maneuver in on one engine. Ceremonial tot off of Cape Agulhas, courtesy of Nora’s GoPro. And a tot for the sea(s). Indian Ocean on the right; Atlantic on the left! Yet another whale-in-the-distance photo. Tahawus reported a whale within 50 feet of their boat, but we had no such heart-stopping excitement. Plenty of seals as we neared Cape Town. They like to hold their flippers up in the air. It looks like they are soaking up the sunshine, but I read online they do it to cool themselves; I dunno. Nice sailing into a nice night. And the crew is feeling good! Table Mountain coming into view. The Victoria & Alfred waterfront, nice but very touristy, a long walk from where we are. The V&A waterfront is a hoppin’ place. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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I’ve become such a “No Regrets” Group-ie! Congrats to the crew! This is a big accomplishment. Enjoy!!
We are all breathing more easily now… Congratulations! Hope you are still enjoying your accomplishment.