After breakfast we had another happy hour which included taking down the Christmas decorations. Lots of keen voyage crew including leadership at sea and the "go ape" gang joined the BMs aloft to neatly harbour stow the sails.
We discovered that this was rather more exerting than first appeared and as we hung on for dear life, time was going quicker than we thought and lunch, to our horror, was nearly over!
A quick scramble down and we were met in the lower mess by homemade pork pies, potato salad and yoghurt, undoing our hard morning labours. Rushing up to the bridge ready to watch the high seas for any lurking pirates, fishermen, and the occasional yacht it was soon called for 'leadership at sea', the majority of our watch to meet on the deck. Liz, Amy and Oly met the gang for a speedy tour of the lower deck checking out the engine room and other nooks and crannies, until it was time to motor in to the harbour.
Helming in was a little scary; we had to do a lot of steering as there wasn't much room for us, and quite a few boats were going by! Now we are moored up, it is time to finish off our 'leadership at sea' before heading into town for some tea. Amy, Lizzie and Rachel on behalf of forward starboard watch.