45 Degree Nights on the Boat – Sailing Ireland’s South Coast (MJ Sailing – Ep 111)

We loved our time in Crosshaven, but it’s time to get a move on again. Our next stop is Waterford, Ireland…a town only 60 miles away.

We start the day out with sunshine, but also with headaches thanks to an amazing family that brought us in the night before, made us pizza for dinner and gave us too much wine.

When our pounding heads did leave, the sun and wind started to as well. Our goal of making it to an anchorage at the river entrance before nightfall was quickly disappearing. Just as the sky was losing light, it was time to put the engine on to get ourselves the last six miles to the river entrance…..and then another six miles UP the river when we found we couldn’t anchor where we originally thought.

But soon enough we were tied up to the docks in the heart of Waterford, ready to get some electric heat pumping through our boat and explore this city rich in Viking history.

Much love from Ireland!
Jessica, Matt & Georgie

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One thought on “45 Degree Nights on the Boat – Sailing Ireland’s South Coast (MJ Sailing – Ep 111)

  1. Just found your videos. Haven’t caught up on all the back episodes yet but I see you’re headed for Norway from Ireland/UK. Have you thought about heading up the Irish Sea and taking the Caledonian Canal up to Inverness? Only about 350 miles to Norway from there and the canal is beautiful.

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