We headed back to our favorite, and the cheapest marina in Vigo (Liceo Marítimo de Bouzas) the day before Warren needed to catch his flight.
Land chores were the theme of the day with showers for everyone, multiple loads of washing at the launderette nearby, and a big boat clean.
For Warren’s last night, we headed for a fishy meal out, and boy were we in for a treat.
The next morning Warren headed off. We will miss him, his cake baking, and also his wonderful readings of The Hobbit.
We ended up servicing the engine, all filters, belts and an oil change. A job well done! 🧑🔧
We also went to every chandlery we could find in Vigo, only to find that the only money we spent was in the very first one. We managed to pick up a few small items, but not the large haul of deck caulking that we really wanted.
Leaving the marina we spotted Blue Note and passed the bag they left aboard Hannah over with a boat hook as we passed by.
Conveniently the fuel barge on the way out of the marina, outside Marina Davila Sport was still just about open (it closes at 10pm) so we topped up the tanks.
We sailed for about 5 minutes but had to motor most of the way across the river to another of our known anchorages, the same anchorage as Day 46 for some shuteye before trying to get down to Porto in a week. At least it was flat and pretty.