All went to plan,as the crew of Lord Nelson weighed anchor at 7am.
Those not yet awake were assured of the time as the anchor came back on board.
The day started with cloudy skies and slight sea the weather remained this way for much of the day.
Once the ship had left Brixham the yards were braced and staysails set.
This led into another Happy Hour leaving the ship bright and shiny At 17:00 hours the ship passed the famous Eddystone lighthouse as we made our way towards Falmouth.
Passing along the Devon and Cornish coastline many displays of bonfires and fireworks could be seen making a spectacular sight from the sea.
At 20:13 Lord Nelson quietly motored in towards the Cornish coastline to drop Her anchor outside the town of Mevagissey.
The night sky was dark as the ship quietly came to Her anchorage while the revellers on the land were enjoying their fireworks.
What an amazing sight it must have been when the people ashore would have certainly seen the ship flood the horizon as she dropped Her anchor and hauled up the anchor light.
Better than any firework display showing against the night sky.