Snap! I am delivering a yacht La Coruna to James Watt Dock
for an owner. It has been in NW Spain
for the past 4 weeks waiting for a suitable weather
window. If you are still in Vigo then miss La Coruna, because this is one of the most difficult and well known ports
to leave when the winds blow in an opposite direction in a micro scenario. Professionally I also route
yachts. As you are going up into the Irish Sea and to keep out of the main shipping
between NW Spain and Ushant , look to head
out to 10 degrees West.
I will be looking at my Gribs from next week and then travel down from Fife. I also have a delivery
from the Baltic
to the Solent in September. Generally this works well when the window of opportunity for going North is blocked, its good to come down the southern North Sea.
Fair winds and I hope that my insight will assist you.