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Two Dinghies on Top, One on the Lower Deck

Two Dinghies on Top, One on the Lower Deck

Forecast for rough seas for the next few days so the dinghies were pulled up on the back and top decks as it is too dangerous if they are kept towed behind. This was also the area of most unpredictable currents where the Timor Sea and the Indian Ocean meet in this narrow area between Indonesia and northern Australia. This area as we round the topmost part of the Kimberley (Cape Londondarry) is aptly called “The Laundry” which gave us an idea of what to expect. So for the next few nights travelling it was suggested we might like to take seasick tablets.

And Yet Another Sunset

And Yet Another Sunset

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