Progress Update

Our final day cruising the Labrador coast was once again notable for the amount of FOG we had, this time a real pea souper for the whole of the trip. The entrance into our final anchorage in Ryan's Bay is narrow and winding and as we motored very slowly in we could not see the steep walled sides of the channel. Once around the final bend we left the coastal fog behind to reveal a fantastic panorama of hills and peaks rising up to 5,500 ft at the head of the Bay.

With one exception the anchorages we have chosen have given us a calm and peaceful night's sleep and although care needs to be taken when cruising through this sparsely charted coastline this coast offers almost limitless opportunities for more adventurous cruising.