We let a mean front pass at Wilsons Prom, then head for the Gippsland Lakes.
We continue floating around at the Prom, alternating between the western and eastern coves. and lucky to enjoy our isolation.
As we sail away from Melbourne, we enjoy the return to our cruising lifestyle while practicing self-isolation and social distancing!
Onto week three of our Franco-Australian Series. Wade sails to Victoria, Chris gets ready to leave Normandy with her Dad.
It is not often that we get to spend time on the Western side of Wilsons Promontory, so in the gorgeous easterly weather we have been having, we decided to linger here for a few days. From Oberon Bay, we explored the neighbouring beaches further north: Norman Bay, Leonards Bay, Tidal River and our favourite:…
After spending a few days at the Flagstaff Jetty just inside the Gippsland Lakes and catching up with our friend Dickie, we headed off on Friday morning to Wilsons Promontory in very overcast conditions and threatening skies. We flew our spinnaker for about 8 hours until it got too rowdy in the afternoon and Big…
At long last we have left Wilsons Promontory and reached Lakes Entrance at the Gippsland Lakes on Tuesday night in record time. It was a bit like coming home, the Lakes were after all our home port for many years. But this time Take It Easy turned into Speedy Gonzales, even with reduced sails!