Good Afternoon and Happy Sunday! I hope you are all keeping well and enjoying this glorious sunshine that we have! I hope that you will enjoy today’s poem!         Oh to be born on the first day of spring and the first sound you hear to be the birds that will sing.

Good Afternoon lovely people! Firstly, I am sorry for my absence – perhaps this should be renamed ‘a poem every week or so’?! No. I promise to maintain some sort of consistency from now on. I have relocated this week to my seafront office (previously based at our Marina office); I have seen lots of

Dearest Readers,   I hope you are all well today!   Today’s poem was written by a local man and is inspired by his experiences of being out on the water.   Ode to the Exe The Exe is special all year round Seen from the water or on the ground It’s waters flow from

Good afternoon, I hope you are all well and like us, are feeling positive following yesterday evening’s announcement. We continue to feel quite overwhelmed by the level of support which people are so kindly showing towards us and in particular, our Lockdown Loyalty Card has been a real hit. This is hugely encouraging, as people

Dear readers,   I hope you are still keeping well! I think we are all looking forward to hearing an announcement this weekend about how we can all start to get back to normal but in the meantime, another beautiful poem for you to read! You may notice this was written by the same author

Dear readers, I hope you are keeping well? I must first and foremost apologise for my absence for the past few days (although it is very presumptuous of me to assume that you have missed me!). Time is passing in a very strange sort of way, don’t you think? On the one hand, we are

Ahoy there, sailor!   How are you today? Another drizzly start but brighter this afternoon and the gardens are looking so much better for it! Today’s poem is rather lovely, drawing upon the notion that if we could just stand still for a moment. Breathe. Stop. Look. Listen. Then we could all feel so much

Welcome to Stuart Line Cruises’ April Newsletter For those of you who are new to this monthly sign-up, welcome! And for those who have been loyal readers for some time, welcome back to your favourite read of the month!  Well here we are again – I quite simply cannot believe that it has been almost

Hello! I hope you’re keeping safe and well and feeling chipper, despite the rainy weather! Today’s poem was written by Jennifer and was inspired by her wonderful memories of Guided Bird Watching Cruises with us – happy times. GREENSHANKS Grey ghostly birds hunt sticklebacks in streams that flow through borderlines of estuary mud. They hunt

Good afternoon, dear readers!   I hope you are keeping well.   Today’s poem is short and sweet and really tickled me! For those who may not be aware, this makes reference to the selection of ales which we serve on board, from Exeter Brewery. Their most popular ale is called ‘Avocet’ and this is

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