|Karen about to skinny dip in the glorious tropical water at Hummocky Island|
|Not a view we'd enjoy if this bulk carrier was under way and not at anchor.|
|Cape Capricorn was so named by Captain James Cook in 1770 as it lies just one mile north of the Tropic of Capricorn|
|The anchorage is no good in N or W and can be rolly in a strong SE or E wind but is an incredible spot.|
|Pancake Creek to Hummocky Island 50.9 Nautical Miles – 8 Hours 38 Minutes |
Average Speed 5.9 Knots – Highest Speed 7.9 knots
|Bolly and nibbles to celebrate reaching the tropics.|
|The moon rises over Hummocky Island's East|
|Shortly after the sun replies in the West with a magnificent sunset.|
|There's nothing like a Humpback Whale show with breakfast|
|Be careful with that oyster knife Rob!|
|Low tide reveals rocks covered in oysters.|
|Fresh rock oysters and brie cheese for a morning snack|
|Karen enjoyed relaxing with her sketch pad.|
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