So I remember hearing about the Bass Strait years ago. I remember looking at it as ‘the everest’ of sea kayaking. Huge open water, strong currents, unpredictable conditions – just downright scary… Over the years I have read a few articles online (from one of which I took the map below 🙂 ) about teams who had paddled the crossing from Wilsons prom via the remote isolated exposed islands of Hogan and Kent group to the friendly island of Flinders and the Furneaux Group to eventually make it to Little Musselroe Bay in Tasmania. Continue reading
After a good adventure around the island of Tahiti i was just dying to get out to the island of Moorea. Mo’orea is claimed to be the most beautiful island in the world by many due to its beautiful protected lagoon and lush mountainous landscapes. Continue reading
Arrived Tahiti Sept 9th after another smooth ride in the trade winds.
It was interesting coming into such a populated island after so much time in more remote area. We anchored for free outside marina taina just a short bus into the city of Pape’ete, the capital of French Polynesia. Continue reading