Published in Australian Multihull World!

Very exciting news: our article “Far from the maddening crowds” has hit the May/June issue of Australian Multihull World.  As anyone who has written articles and submitted photographs for publication will know, it’s always a treat to see your work in print!

Published in the April Cruising Helmsman!

Our NSW tribulations in December-January brought us to discover new anchorages and revisit favourite ones.  We compiled an article on our top “10 unexpected gems of the NSW Coast“.  The article has been published in the April issue of yachting magazine Cruising Helmsman.  We are very chuffed especially since the editor, Phil Ross, was expecting…

Latest sailing journal hot off the press!

After a couple of weeks of feverish typing and ploughing through hundreds of photos, our latest sailing journal is ready! “Summer 2014/15 Coastal Wanderings” is now available on the Cruise Stories /on board Take It Easy Page of our website.  For those of you who are interested in the nitty gritty of our voyage, you can…

All good things come to an end!

Having left Bittangabee at dawn on Tuesday, the hardest part of the voyage was ahead of us: a 124nm (about 20 hours) passage back to the Gippsland Lakes in lumpy seas and light variable breeze, not to mention the end of our cruise.

Bittangabee Magic

What a way to end our exploration of the NSW coast!  Bittangabee, with its crystal clear inlet and georgeous little nook around the corner from the main bay would have to be the most heavenly anchorage of our cruise. You are not strictly alone here.  There is an established bush camping site on the Southern…

Getting close to Victoria

After leaving the misty Moruya River, we returned to Broulee to wait for the Northerlies, catching up again with Chris and Michelle, our boat building friends who were holidaying there.

Moody Moruya

We had never really been up a river with a barred entrance on Take It Easy so our foray up the Moruya River had special appeal.  It is always a little tense to come across a bar, even when the conditions are perfect: early morning, calm, tide coming in.