A musician's journey across four seas.
One early springtime two boats were built in France to be delivered from French waters to Turkey. Not a luxury cruise, not a holiday. No stopping for pleasure, only to hide from bad weather and stock up on provisions.
Three Irishman on a sailing vessel they named Eve crossed the western Mediterranean into the Tyrrhenian Sea to the Aeolian Island of Lipari. Onward they travelled under an erupting Mount Etna through the Messina Straits into the Ionian and eventually crossing the Aegean Sea to the coast of Turkey.
Eve was joined by Adam on their heading east to Eden. In the Turkish port of Fethye, two identical boats awaited the worn out crews. Eve became Farceur, the jester, Adam the Bienvenu. These boats had to leave Turkish waters, headed for the company headquarters in Greece. Four thousand sea-miles, thirty five days aboard, Dublin singer & guitarist Stuart Doyle kept a journal. 'It's another world out there!'
Armed with footage, photographs, his journal and a collection of songs written at sea, Stu has returned to Irish shores, recruited his own crew and has set about bringing the Mediterranean Sea to Ireland.