Riding the extremes of weather anchored out in Williamstown with not a lot going on!
We came into Port Phillip Bay a little over two weeks earlier than expected, thus with time to kill. Port Phillip Bay is huge: 1930 km2 and the shores stretch roughly 264kms. It is actually a port area made up of over 16 bays. Having always moored our boat in the Gippsland Lakes, we have…
Cruising in the off-season in southern waters has led us to make adjustments to our “wait or go” rules.
Bengie the ship’s cat has made a small splash in the October issue of Cruising Helmsman with a short article published in the High Seas section of the yachting magazine.
Full of hopes for a spinnaker run all the way, based on a solid forecast of NE winds, we left Bittangabee at dawn on Thursday. Shortly after Green Cape, Big Red was flying and we were going great guns, into Victoria, past Gabo Island, Mallacoota, and Little Rame Head.