Life on the Ribbon Reefs is going along fine, although the snorkels are lack lustre. We have sunshine, light conditions, a leisurely pace. When not in the water we read, develop photos, snooze, eat, muse at our surroundings. We move every few days and see what we can find.
Our first stop along the Ribbon Reefs was long awaited. Officially the furthest north to date we had sailed to, we were quite excited. We had an easy but slow passage from Mackay Reef, with all sails out: Screecher, jib and main.
Today this post tells you about two very different reefs a few nautical miles apart: Undine and Mackay Reefs offshore of Cape Tribulation and how we tackled the vastly different conditions.