Isles of Scilly – picture tells a 1000 words

After a dull crossing we were welcomed to Hugh Town with sunshine and a sheltered anchorage, as all Moore g buoys we’re taken.

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That pretty much set tone for visit to the Isles, as we sought out the best bays to drop the hook.

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Not going to rattle on about how beautiful the Isles of Scilly are, I’ll let the pictures tell the story and you make up your own mind.  But I think it’s one of the most stunning places we’ve visited, and definitely recommended.

 

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First few days we stayed in Hugh Town, St Marys, then crossed over to St Helens for shelter from a forecast NNE 20 knots.

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A bit like our visit to Jersey a few years back, we were treated to a sporting event, a swim / run biathlon, part of a World Series. Total distance 37km.

Last night before we move across to St Helens

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