First catch of the trip on route to Lady Musgrave from Bundaberg. That provided several meals.
Christine, Ann & Trevor enjoying a cooked breakfast at Lady Musgrave.
Sunset on our first overnight sail of the trip. Yeppoon to the Whitsundays.
Ann on lookout duties coming into Dunk Is.
They put on a full moon & fireworks for us in Cooktown.
Finally made it to Lizard Is. Well worth the wait...!
Cape Melville, part of the diverse coastline of the Cape.
Betty & Brian enjoying a dip in croc country at Morris Is, Cape York.
Look at what we have scored for dinner. Now how will we cook it and the other 4 painted crayfish..?
Painted crayfish grilled on the BBQ with a kaffir lime pesto... delicious.
Lionel with his first catch of their Gove to Darwin leg, a nice Queenfish.
Shooting through the "Hole in the Wall" at 12 Kts.
What a treat on the other side of the "Hole in the Wall", great white beaches on the western side of the Wessel Islands. Dorothy, Ann and Lionel exploring the treasures washed up on the beach.
Fresh smoked mackerel as part of a pre dinner snack.
The Arts & Craft Centre at Galiwinku, Elcho Is. A great collect of works.
Exploring the ruins at Victoria Settlement, Port Essington. NT's first settlement abandoned after 11 years. 1838 - 1849.
Cullen Bay Marina, Darwin. Finally made it but now we have to fit into the lock to the marina. 1 metre to spare each side but it looked much smaller than that on appoarch.
We have now just left Darwin for the Kimberely with friends Peter & Susan onboard. Blog updates will be via satellite phone until we get to Broome so it will be limited to text only. Photos will be posted once we are at Broome and have normal internet access.