Port Davey

We have arrived at Port Davey at last! After a huge sixteen-hour day of sailing in the Southern Ocean we arrived at Payne Bay by 7:30pm.

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It was a big day and I almost got sea sick but the relief that came when we got into calm water was incredible. I think I might be the only kid in Australia that has sailed to Cape York (the most northern point of Australia) Cape Byron (the most eastern point of Australia) and South/east Cape (the most southern point of Australia, it’s the one in the photo below).

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There were some amazing pyramid rocks coming in to Port Davey and some huge laminar clouds which mean high winds coming!!! The weather here is even worse than Melbourne weather, it keeps on changing. We’re in the Roaring 40’s, that means it’s windy all the time.

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On the way we saw a lot of albatrosses, they were very elegant flyers and really big.

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