This is the kind of stuff that shows that Britannia still rules the waves. A nation of seafarers indeed!
A man who thought he was sailing around the British coastline had in fact circling off the coast the Isle of Sheppey for a day and a half.
Using a road map to navigate, he set off from
Gillingham heading for , the plan being to keep the land on his right. Southampton
And because he could drive in his car to
using a single tank of fuel, he thought only needed one tank of fuel for the vessel. Southampton
A lifeboat rescued him after he ran out of fuel.
Coastguards, who grabbed hold of the budding
at Queenborough, advised him that the best way to Columbus would be by train. Southampton
However, undeterred, he said he would get some more fuel and get underway.
But he did have one last question “Is it left or right when I come out of the Swale."
He’s not been seen since. So he must have made it toYou think?