Hurry up and wait

Well, one week here, and to be honest not much done yet.It has been an interesting ride through a sea of paperwork, incompetence and needless delay. We almost go out yesterday to begin the main survey work, but the ships crew spoke no English, and we speak (almost) no Azeri, so trying to convey the concept of navigating lines and to points displayed on a computer screen was not working. In fact I think the captain was a bit baffled as to what we were doing with the new telly we had installed on the bridge for him.. The plus side of being back in the ‘office’ today is that is keeps us away from the snakes that the pipe landfall site is full of

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I was going to offer to send food parcels or a rescue boat to Iceland but it sounds like you have managed to exfiltrate unassisted.
H

Hey Richard, hope all is well. Is the other comment from Hector as in Hectors house in milton i think it was?
casting off in 7 days…….. eeek.

just added your blog to ours.

find it on sailblogs.com under emerald via community link.
cheers c



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