Monthly Archives: September 2015

Sydney. Day 169

Came up the harbour this morning and are now slumming it in the VIP berth at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron which is just adjacent to Kirribilli House where Malcolm doesn’t want to live. Beautiful views as approached the bridge … Continue reading

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Sydney. Days 167 and 168

Departed beautiful Bermagui at 8am after another Robbie breakfast, this time sausages and toast. Passed Montague Island and Narooma about an hour later. The forecast tomorrow is for fog but there seemed to be fog today, maybe due to a … Continue reading

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Bermagui. Day 166

Departed Twofold Bay at 7am after Robbie cooked breakfast and we decanted fuel from the bladder to the main tanks. There was a guided missile warship at the adjacent naval wharf that we couldn’t see when we anchored in the … Continue reading

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Eden. Days 164 and 165

After leaving Refuge Cove at 7am we had a clear, warmer day and good 20 knot breeze. It was a though rounding Wilsons Promontory was where things became better.¬† The profile of Wilsons Promontory National Park looked impressive as we … Continue reading

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Refuge Cove. Days 163

Left the marina at 8am and passed Cape Schank with Pulpit Rock is visible just below it later that day. There was a lot of backwash and accordingly the seas were quite lumpy. We are having spaghetti carbonara tonight because … Continue reading

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Melbourne. Day 161

Had a great evening at Lyn’s in Melbourne, delicious roast filet steak dinner. This morning we did the victualling and drove back to Queenscliff where it was blowing over 25 knots, raining and cold. We decided it prudent not to … Continue reading

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Queenscliff. Day 158

Since the best time to transit Port Philip Heads is the first hour of the flood we decided to do another overnighter so that we could arrive there at 8.45am which is slack low water. The other major influence for … Continue reading

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