Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Severn Estuary

Narrowboats are not really built for tides and the sea.  They have no keel,so are rather unstable, and vulnerable to side-on waves.  They have big spacious foredecks, ideal for sitting and enjoying a lazy gin and tonic, but also prone

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Room with a view

The view from Felucca’s window,  Bristol Floating Harbour: http://youtu.be/_GitBwGhiDA

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Bristol Floating Harbour

Made it! All moored up and ready to hit the sack town.

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Off to Portishead we go

View from Felucca out across the Severn. Bit bumpy! Bit misty! I have been steering. Tom is now at tiller. Nice pilot. Good fun.

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North and South

If I hear one more joke along the lines of “No wonder the weather’s crap, it’s a bank holiday” I may cry. But the rain does provide an opportunity for a brief update on our recent cruising adventures. When we

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