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Whitehaven Beach

Through to the Whitsundays

May 25th 2010
From Moreton Bay to Mooloolaba (great name but not dissimilar to Fort Lauderdale ... huge houses packed on small lots along the canals) where we anchored in exceedingly skinny water and held our breath more than once as we manoeuvred. Next morning onto Lady Musgrave Island - an overnight passage of 210 nm. Lady Musgrave Island is an uninhabited coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef, one of the wor ... read more
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Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
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7th June 2010

Tigs ... there isn't a pocket there, numpty
Honestly Tigs, if you need somewhere to put your girl guide survival / first aid kit you should have worn a bigger costume
9th August 2011

Tracy - you look great!!
Pics looks great but how do I view the other 330+. Reading Wilbur Smith 'those in peril' about piracy and thought about you, then yesterday drove past Little Stretton so thought i'd google you and came across pics. Still living the dream.
17th July 2013

Completed the circle - SV Marnie
Hi David Just a quick note to let you know we have completed the circumnavigation and are home in Virginia Beach but still living aboard our boat until the weekend. It has been the experience of a lifetime and I miss the tranquility and sheer beauty we've seen. It's not all over as we will keep the boat and sail six months of the year and occupy our time with horses at other times. How is life in Wales? Have you had a busy few months traveling around the world with clients? Write with your news sailmarnie@gmail.com if you have a moment.
17th July 2013

Completed the circle - SV Marnie
Hi David Just a quick note to let you know we have completed the circumnavigation and are home in Virginia Beach but still living aboard our boat until the weekend. It has been the experience of a lifetime and I miss the tranquility and sheer beauty we've seen. It's not all over as we will keep the boat and sail six months of the year and occupy our time with horses at other times. How is life in Wales? Have you had a busy few months traveling around the world with clients? Write with your news sailmarnie@gmail.com if you have a moment.

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