Monday, November 9, 2009

A new stage in my sailing tour

After quite a while I sailed a new stage of my circumnavigation of Gaeta, Corsica and Nautilus. I had last moored the Star of Faeria in the sim of Gumtree, on the western shores of Gaeta, and it was time to cross the channel liniing the two continents, back into Corsica waters.

Here is me after just entering the channel and just before meeting some other long distance sailors who were pursuing the same route.

Sailing along the Northern Coast of the Corsica Continent

And here is the Star of Faeria back in Corsica waters, in front of the impressive yachts on display at Star Bay Yachts.

Sailing along the Northern Coast of the Corsica Continent

The north eastern coast of Corsica is quite nice,  well kept, with some lovely shore where woods reach the beaches and some impressive and nicely made buildings

Sailing along the Northern Coast of the Corsica Continent

Sailing along the Northern Coast of the Corsica Continent

Sailing along the Northern Coast of the Corsica Continent

It looks like that for some the Christmas Season has started already :)

Sailing along the Northern Coast of the Corsica Continent

The target of this rather short stage was the sim of Esterhal, home of the Dumpling's Country Club, where I spend a good amount of my Saturday afternoons with the lovely soundtrack of DJ Rosa

I was lucky enough to find a place where I could rezz just nearby, so I did not have to look for too long a place where to moor the boat. Despite being oftern at Dumpling's I had never looked at the area closely and I was surprised to realize that this is quite a developed pirate area, with many vessels and even a ghost ship!

Sailing along the Northern Coast of the Corsica Continent

Next stage, Borgenite, once home of HRH Princess Ivory and Master Peck.

See you soon

W


2 comments:

Princess Ivory said...

Nice photographs! I miss my water parcels in Borgenite very much. I hope you find it to still be as lovely as it was when I lived there.

Looking forward to seeing photos!

AuroraSkye said...

Ooooo wonderful photos, Wild. It felt like I was on the voyage with you! Very nice!