Patching up the rudder
Towards the end of the last season, it was mentioned to me that a dinghy from the local sailing school had been observed colliding with Aslana. When she was lifted out, I discovered that a chunk of the rudder was no longer present. Today was the day to get the chunk repaired. A bit of […]
Live video – Dublin Bay
A clip from sailing in Dublin Bay, achieved by using a squeeze clamp to clamp my phone to the hatch. Originally broadcast on Facebook.
Live video – Killiney Bay
A short clip from Saturday’s sail down to Greystones. I had been overhauling Iona quite quickly, so I furled the genoa some more to make for a slightly slower chase Even with just a partial genoa, she’s a fast boat – I’ve seen her hull, and it’s definitely that of a racing boat.
A clip from cruising up the eastern portion of Dun Laoghaire harbour; around the 5:30 mark, I pass a boat that I kind of like the look of – as I pass her, I get a gander at the builder’s plate. Pacific Seacraft. Figures.
Ghosting in to mooring
Ghosting into mooring on the 30th of May this year. No engines were harmed in the making of this video.