Cape Tribulation

  • 16º 4.418 S 145º 28.282 E
Created on May 12, 2022
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"Where the rainforest meets the sea" The only place on earth where two world heritage sites meet. A really nice bay. Anchored with 1.5m under the keel at low tide but still 300 meters from the shore. It would have been nicer closer under the point but there was another boat there.  Beach is lovely with good holding. I came in with 20knots SE outside and good shelter inside. HOWEVER there was a developed swell coming round the point and yacht sat beam on to the swell (head was into the wind), so a bit rocky until the rain reduced the chop. The wind died to round 12 knots in the morning and this was most acceptable. A short 1,5km walk from the shore along a road takes you to a small village with grocery  store, restaurant, takeaways and bar. Telstra 2bar cell reception

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