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Bruny Island - Day 2

Tuesday 14 January 2014

We woke to a beautiful morning, sunny and still without a breath of wind. After breakfast we pulled the anchor and went for a cruise around Barnes Bay to re-charge the batteries and cool down the fridges that run from an engine-driven compressor. In Alexanders Bay we noticed a very large cruiser (perhaps 100 feet long) at anchor. As we motored past the Tassal fish farm at Roberts Point we saw their ship Ebenezer unloading fish food at the fish farm.

Barnes Bay Jetty in the early morning light

Barnes Bay Jetty in the early morning light

Large cruiser anchored in Alexanders Bay

Large cruiser anchored in Alexanders Bay

Ebenezer unloading fish meal at the Roberts Point Fish Farm

Ebenezer unloading fish meal at the Roberts Point Fish Farm

After a couple of hours we anchored in Sykes Cove and spent the rest of the day on hands and knees sanding the deck of the boat ready for repainting the next day.

Blue Heeler at rest

Blue Heeler at rest

Mt Wellington from Sykes Cove

Mt Wellington from Sykes Cove

Posted by TwoAces 22:58

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