It was very busy this morning, with work on the Rolex race boats. Even before 10.00am there was plenty activity. As I walked to the end of the dock, over the small humped back bridge you could tell there was a buzz in the air. I thought I heard somebody say that the ubiquitous Editor of the London Evening Standard, and former Chancellor of the Exchequer was about to appear, but that was a mistake, but there was Plan B, so no George
Careening operation taking place on one of the yachts leaning 45 degrees to starboard . Getting her ready for the Rolex race on Saturday.
Looks like the big yachts are tying up for the winter break. Regardless the owners still run the business meetings from them using the latest "working from home" communication technology.
Far left used to be the RN Victualing Yard and bakery.
Bianca parking up to the right 9.30 Malta time.
I wonder what the pink smoke is in the background
Oh! My boat has sailed...
Hi everyone! We've had a wander around Birgu today, very, very hot it was too! Frank went for a wander around the water's edge and I sat with a cappuccino and a kinnie watching the boats. I fell in love with the one berthed 2nd from the right on this cam. Absolutely stunning sailing vessel, he wouldn't let me buy it though! Pics will be uploaded soon.
Watched on another cam, great display, thank you Malta
Some fireworks tonight...stay tuned!
Just managed to see Plan B come in.. lovely to see her back, too.
Nice to see Superyacht 'Martha Ann' back at Birgu. I sometimes see her when I'm in Malta on my jollies.
Avril, I spend most of my time in the Sailors arms for food and Cisk / G&T
This predictive tosh, it is Tourista Street, Qwara.