Muster for the Sunday cruise a little slower than the Saturday cruise is always a good banter filled moment to see who is with you who is not who is brave bold and daring and who wants to be a part of the club and group. But it`s also a great time to check out the other boats, good points and bad.
And so this week`s Rainbow Cruise Promised to be a good run. Right up to the part when Second life Linden labs actually took a hand in the fun and ripped a new one outta the cruise.
As you can see shani ( yes we named the boat!) was starting to lean over and gently catch the wind as I followed the nav points and screaming giggles of jasper ( yes giggles from a guy !) All was pretty standard for a Sunday.
Right up into the coastal waterway, and then disaster struck there were more flying boats than there were sailing . and those that were not flying where stuck fast or sent to davy jones. it was chaos. Eventually, I found Port Victoria was safe thanks to a certain someone who said so!, and I rerezzed there. heading north to tiki. and the RV.
So a hurried meeting was made, and “we” re-routed through other sims to avoid the chaos. I have to say I may add tiki to the list of places to have another look at as I really liked some aspects of that beach.
I`m not usually up to catamarans but damn it I had fun catching and keeping pace with this one . She’s cute too which helped!
So whilst on the route back slipping along naughty “less” ( you had to have been there to get this jest!) I was chasing pat, and decided to test a few buttons out on the skippers hud. looking down from mouselook I got a shock .
Oh yes, that does say 30.2 knots. But all too soon the cruise was ended as we turn north once more to vindar, and the cold beer in the ice box on the pier. Those that survived.. gathered for a final photoshoot.. around Burton…
And we packed away till next week. If anyone wants to come along The cruises are sat and repeated Sunday. Rainbow marina is located in Vindar north of Blakes Snug sea.