What a difference a year makes. After the hardships endured going to Douarnenez, the summercruise 2001 couldn't be any different. 14 days of sailing with just 3 days wind head on. And above that, an average temperature of 22°C. The destination itself was totaly different as well: St-Katharine's marine, in the hart of London. Total culture shock: you're so used to mooring in a tranquil seaside town, and certainly not used to stepping of the boat in the middle of a bristeling metropolis. Maybe I'll get around to writing about it in the Logbook section.