Fowey is a small town on the south Cornwall coast, probably best known for its association with the writer Daphne du Maurier. We have made our way here in light winds and are moored in the river, with most of the yachts in southern England it seems. All is quiet, but the tide will turn in a few hours. Hopefully none of the loosely tied dinghies, moored to the sterns of several nearby yachts, will be drifting down on us in the early morning.
Sunday afternoon’s rain has given way to warm, slightly muggy days. Tomorrow is likely to be the same, with only light winds again. We need to decide on a destination which will not involve hours of motoring. As usual, the weather holds precedence.