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May 11, 2016
TNS460 11/05/2016 So here we are in the South Pacific going so fast that we’ll get to Rarotonga too early tomorrow. We’re in competition with the International Flights as the planes cannot take off and land with us at the end of the runway – which is where we come alongside unless we drop the […]

May 10, 2016
LN895B 10/05/2016 Today we made it across the channel in a heavy fog, accompanied by a pod of majestic dolphins. With the fog horn blearing out every 120 seconds and the water tight doors sealed we inched into the outer harbour of “Cherbourg” with a palpable sense of relief. Many of the crew were relieved […]

May 10, 2016
TNS460 10/05/2016 Forward Port 443nm from Tahiti, enroute to Roratonga with a fair SE wind. -09:00 All hands were excitedly hailed on deck to set the sails. -10:00 The final remineance of Stretch’s colossal birthday cake were happily devoured by all. -10:30 It may not be apparent as of today, however to the future benefit […]

May 9, 2016
LN895B 09/05/2016 Our departure from Southampton was slick and efficient – possibly something to do with the dummy run we had yesterday, that due to the tide, resulted in Lord Nelson being pinned tightly to the quayside!! After a delayed start from Southampton this morning, it was all hands on deck whilst the crew was […]

May 9, 2016
TNS460 09/05/2016 Kiorana – that is a Polynesian hello to all our family, friends and loyal blog readers from TNS460 and in particular us on Forward Starboard. As you can probably guess, we have all been having far too much fun in the last week since we joined Tenacious to write the blog, but we […]

May 8, 2016
LN895B 08/05/2016 The new voyage crew arrived at 1300hrs. All were introduced to Nelly and found our bunks. Hana chose to sleep in the Crows Nest as she was the naughtiest. She was fascinated by people walking into the ‘Bra’- (dyslexic Bar!). Ollie volunteered to be man-handled up and down the stairs while Charlie was very helpful […]

May 7, 2016
LNDS070516 07/05/2016 My day sail on the Lord Nelson. By Seb Trezise I was lucky enough to be given a day on board Lord Nelson by the charity that I work for called Enable Me. This was kindly donated to Enable Me by Littlehampton Rotary Club. I was picked up along with the other 3 […]

May 6, 2016
TNS460 06/05/2016 Leaving Tahiti At sea at last – a full ship with most of us over jet lag and having enjoyed the variable weather and beautiful scenery of Tahiti and Moor’ea – the latter being particularly stunning both under the water and in the mountains. Yesterday we loaded stores in the sun so had […]

May 5, 2016
LN895a 05/05/2016 A magical day in the Solent, starting with dawn in Sandown Bay at the eastern end of the Isle of Wight. Although we could smell the ice cream we couldn’t get to it, but a hearty full English breakfast did the trick. And just as well, because within minutes we were heaving and […]

May 4, 2016
LN895a 04/05/2016 We’re in Sandown Bay at sunset (Wednesday evening) and have just anchored half a mile off the pier to enjoy sundowners after a slow but delightful sail round the eastern end of the Isle of Wight. Yesterday, we motored down Southampton water to anchor off St Helen’s Fort overnight. This morning, Captain Simon  […]

April 30, 2016
LN895 30/04/2016 I didn’t know what to expect coming on this trip. However, it has exceeded my expectations. The permanent crew were brilliant, friendly and willing to help and explain things if needed. The voyage crew were of different ages and abilities, but all were catered for. This is truly a trip for everyone. Being […]

April 29, 2016
LN895 29/04/2016 The pilot came on board at about 9.30 and we cast off before entering the lock again. By 1045 we were bumping through a choppy sea, just right (ha ha) for a long Happy Hour. We then reverted to British Summer Time, though without the summer. Our watch from 1230 to 1600 was thoroughly […]

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