The themesong for this adventure seems to be loss of wind.
In the morning it was quite good but in the middle of the day it calmed down.... again.
We had no choice but to motor the last 3 hours in to Dunkurque. The to enter Dunkurque from the sea is quite nerve-wrecking and we had to slalom for 3 hours between shallow spots and follow one corridor in a maze of paths. All the shallow spots are marked on the map as "Previously mined area".
We got through and found a berth in the Dunkurque marina. It is very different how people behave in different marinas in different countrys.
As we saw a spot for parking longside they stayed at their boats watching us as we parked and waited until we were tied in to say "you can't park there, it is the spot for the rescueboat"
Would it not have been nice to tell us this as soon as you saw us heading to that spot?
Luckily the harbourmaster came and found us a good berth for the night.
The marina had a nice restaurant and as we have traveled for quite a bit it was time to have a nice dinner with a bottle of wine.