Adina arrives in Cape Town, South Africa

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Monday 12 December 2016

untitled-mediumAdina arrived to this beautiful view of Cape Town, South Africa, this morning. That completes our sailing for the year – the Indian Ocean successfully crossed and two very happy people.

We’ll be here until early January when we then look to cross the Atlantic to the Caribbean.

But for now, it’s time to join in the Christmas cheer and decorate Adina!

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8 responses to “Adina arrives in Cape Town, South Africa

  1. Ros King says:

    Well done you two!! Have a very Happy Christmas and we wish you fair winds and good health for 2017!

    Best wishes from Ros and Alan

  2. Ros says:

    We would like to be the first to wish you both a very happy Christmas! Well done sailors. Mum & Dad xx

  3. Sue from Haku II says:

    Many congratulations. What a terrific achievement. Enjoy the sunny days and African sights. Best wishes – Sue

  4. Roger Harris says:

    Many thanks for your excellent sitreps.
    A very happy Christmas to you both and well done indeed.

  5. Arthur says:

    Welcome to Cape Town on a beautiful calm morning.

  6. Malcolm & Liz Keenor says:

    Good arvo from a cold,dark,damp Blighty.

    We’re very envious of you enjoying all that bright blue sky , while here we get a sun that rises little more than about 10 degrees above the horizon now. Still, I bet you’d love to be throwing a few snow-balls at each other right now…….not!!
    Bon voyage in the New Year, and please continue to delight the world with your effervescent charm, reports and enthusiasm, as we all enviably follow your progress.
    A merry Christmas and a safe New Year to you both

  7. Mike NZ says:

    Merry Christmas to you both. SA, as Tom would know only too well is a place of spectacular natural beauty. Soak it up to the max during the joyous seasons. May the BBQ be smokey, the sausages over done, the beer and wine cold and the joy of festivities amongst those you love the most be idyllic.

  8. Mike from NZ says:

    Merry Christmas.