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FPB 64-6 Grey Wolf Is At Anchor Havlet Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands

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Having traveled halfway around the world in three months, Peter Watson and crew have brought FPB 64-6 Grey Wolf to anchor in the Channel Islands.

We don’t have a voyage recap yet, but what we do know is that Grey Wolf has crossed 189 degrees on longitude and traveled more than 12,500 nautical miles since leaving New Zealand in late March. Their average speed will be in excess of nine knots, and average fuel burn between 20 and 21 liters per hour.

Grey Wolf voyage recap

In the weeks that come we will have more details. For now, join us in a hearty ”well done” to Peter Watson and crew.


Posted by admin  (June 23, 2014)




4 Responses to “FPB 64-6 Grey Wolf Is At Anchor Havlet Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands”

  1. Brian Smith Says:
    Well done Peter! And many thanks for letting us web surfing sailors live vicariously through your travels while we work away in our dull offices.

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  2. Scotto Says:
    Bravo Zulu gents. I have been following updates and trip reports on a few different blogs. Wow, what an adventure. great idea taking a few young apprentices along. They will forever refer to that trip as a reference point when they work on someones boat in the future. again, congratulations and well done to all!

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  3. Dashew's Offshore PowerBoat Development, FPB Expedition Yacht - Page 2 - YachtForums.Com Says:
    […] Well my friend Peter Watson and his crew have manage to get his FPB 64 'Grey Wolf' back to Guernsey from Auckland NZ. A trip of 12,500 miles, not bad going for a small motoryacht. There are various blogs about the trip on the 'net. SetSail Blog Archive FPB 64-6 Grey Wolf Is At Anchor Havlet Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands […]

  4. Jim Madden Says:
    Well done. Done right going offshore out of the box. Here’s to many more miles under your keel.

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