We finally leave Egypt, at least officially. Having done the paper work to exit Egypt we made our way southwards, only to run into some nasty southerlies. With a lack of protective anchorages from southerlies we opt for Luli, which is a good 13 hours away. Unfortunately this meant we made the anchorage at the end of the day. It caught us out and three boats hit coral, one with some serious consequences.
This podcast was recorded over a week, documenting the rally leaving Port Ghalib, entering Luli and catching up with the boat whose rudder was damaged. We get to hear from the skipper and first mate exactly what went through their minds when that hull hit coral.
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