Blog entries

Land's End, looking back from off Sennen.

I'm taking a day off today. Safe on land. Yesterday I windsurfed around Land's End. The tracker plots a nice yellow line around the coast: job done, tick.

Big shorebreak on Porthleven beach

As I’m putting this update together Jono has launched from Marazion and is heading around Lands End.

A very calm Portland Bill

A couple of long days sailing with some decent distance covered. Today a landmark as I crossed into the South Devon region of Windguru.

Your update today comes from the shore support team and is a bit rushed as I'm also trying to pack to go on holiday first thing tomorrow morning (not the best planning for shore support I know, but

More strenuous than the last couple of days' windsurfing

No sailing today as I took the opportunity of being at my brother's to beef up the barrel carrier on the board.

While the tracker has remained stubbornly in Dover, Jono has been blasting down the coast this morning until coming ashore for a coffee and a scone (proper adventure food that) at the De La Warr Pa

Dover. East entrance visible.

A long post for not many miles covered.

Background: very windy from the NE.

waving goodbye to clacton pier

On Sunday 7th June 2015, at just after ten am, Jono Dunnett left the beach, sailed past Clacton Pier and began a voyage of a lifetime.

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