Back on board and I'm glad I had a change of clothes, some food and a hot drink.. The cabin by now looked like a Chinese laundry. As soon as I recovered some core body temperature I set off back for the harbour. There was still plenty of daylight so after a rocket ride back along the swash channel, I decided to take the scenic route back through the harbour and explore south deep.
Inside the harbour I had a bit of a faff with the jib, after an involuntary gybe one of the jib sheets got caught under the front hatch, the genoa then got tangled. It was flogging so hard I didn't know if the Genoa or the rigging would give up first! I found some clear water where I could get up on the foredeck and start to unravel it. Fortunately I got it sorted before any damage was done. The rest of the trip was uneventful. Picking up my mooring under sail proved to be just as fun filled as the mooring in Studland... I'm sure by the end of the season I'll have it sussed.