Yamoya has arrived at Huskisson in Jervis Bay. View on a map.
Yamoya has arrived in Batemans Bay, in fog, at 3am. View on a map.
Eden residents thronged to the cliffs watching a wild orca pack herding great blubber bearing baleen whales into Twofold Bay for the whalemen to harpoon and kill.Continue reading “Tom the Killer Whale (Eden)”
Yamoya has arrived in Eden, after a calm night passage. View on a map.
A planned stopover for a few days became three weeks.Continue reading “Phillip Island”
Our last stop before leaving Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay.Continue reading “Sorrento”
Yamoya has arrived in Lakes Entrance. View on a map.
Three and a half miles into Bass Strait with sloppy seas of around 3 meters and we suddenly had a steering issue.Continue reading “Steering Failure!”
Yamoya has arrived in Cleveland Bight. View on a map.
The city of Geelong is located south west of Melbourne and was our first port of call after leaving Melbourne.Continue reading “Geelong”
It’s been two years since our last haul out; maybe a bit too long to wait, considering the amount of fouling on the hull.Continue reading “Hauling Out in Geelong”
Prevention is better than rescue. Here are 9 tips to avoiding a MOB.Continue reading “Ways to Prevent Man Overboard”
13 useful tips when provisioning for your next cruise.Continue reading “Provisioning Tips”
One of the very first questions that arises when the crew realise that not all of them can go to sleep during the night, is “who will be on watch and when?”.Continue reading “Watch Keeping”