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Making Landfall on Ibiza

We've been sailing for almost 21 hours since we left Portocolom and we're now approaching the north-east tip of Ibiza. When I left Guernsey many, many years ago, Ibiza was where I was heading to so it's quite strange to finally be on the point of arriving after all this time tonight. The mountains are on our port side right now, the sun is going down off our starboard bow, and a pod of dolphins just welcomed us playing in Zami's bow wave.

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