Monday, April 7, 2014

Sunny beachcombing

We awoke before sunrise to look for beaches we could access in the
building 3-4 meter swell. A quick steam to Low Rocky Point revealed 6-8
foot waves breaking the entire length of the beach. We steamed south to
the Mulchay where we found a sheltered corner to get ashore. We cleaned
the beach from end to end under sunny skys and light winds in 4 hours
for a total of 3408 items.

We looked at all the offshore reefs on the way back to the sheltered
anchorage of Whalers Cove inside of Port Davey. The Breaksea arrived
just after dark after a magnificent scenic cruise along the south coast
where they were visited by dolphins, albatross and a humpback whale.

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