It is that time of year when we focus on maintenance: our own and the boat’s! So here is an update.
Now that we are back from the tropics and south of latitude 25, we are getting organised to make improvements on the boat and are mapping out how we will spend summer.
Anui is sailing again, after being out of action for weeks. We left the marina like a sling shot – free at last!
We have reached Fraser Island! Last stop before we head out to the very south of the Great Barrier Reef and begin the next phase of our odyssey.
Sometimes it is fun to fantasize, but it is also useful to be reminded that what you have is pretty good!
Take It Easy is no longer limping! We have a new rudder, thanks to Grenville Eastley and Peter Snell who came out on Monday and spent a few hours installing it and making adjustments so it fits! All is good. This called for celebrations! Thank you guys for getting us out of trouble. The Easy…
After spending a night at anchor at Bums Bay near the Gold Coast Seaway, the team continued their progress 60 miles northward, to the tip of North Stradbroke Island, leaving bright and early for their 10 hour day sail. They rounded Cape Moreton in the middle of the afternoon, and anchored at Yellow Patch, so named because of its sand dunes.…