Estepona is a great little town that we really enjoyed last October so having a couple of days here again was no hardship. We gave the boats’s decks a huge clean to remove the grime build up accumulated from a winter in Gibraltar and a week in the boat yard. True to form as soon as we had everything looking spick and span topside it pored with rain. Over our stay the showers tended to be a little annoying. We’re ready for summer so want the sunshine – Now! Greedy aren’t we.
|We've really enjoyed both our stays in Estepona and its excellent marina.|
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|The Spanish coast is rife with fish trsps marked by buoys like this creating a slalom course for us zig zag through and keeping us on our toes.|
|We did a bit of zig zagging in the westerly wind. You can see where we came about to raise the mainsail|
34.02 nautical miles - max speed 9.3 knots - average 6.1 knots
|Alcheringa. anchored in the well protected waters off the beach ar Fuengirola|
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