In this episode we head to the King George River where we enjoy showering on the Twin Falls, discover the best swim hole ever and uncover the secret to keep the Gremlin away from your boat.
After some days off, re-stocking the boat we are off to the Kimberley. One of the most remote regions in the Northwest Australia with an amazing wildlife. Our first stop – Berkeley River surprises with his frontier spirit. All inclusive, climbing gorges, waterfalls, swim holes and some serious beginner rock climbing.
These week we have an unseen episode from our time on a northern territory Island before we start with the Kimberley series. After the crocodiles and eagles this time we decided to show you how hermit crabs perform.
Our length of stay granted to us was at an end. We had to leave the USA and leave our Floridian friends and We feel that ACUTELY. We left with a crew of 3, me the beautiful Margarida and Tim the davit man. There was no weather window for us just the fact that there were no tropical waves or disturbances near and the boat had the minimum safe conditions to Sail us to Isla Mujeres, Mexico. A crossing that should have taken 4 days took us 8 long days instead and a broken motor. A shakedown cruise indeed!
The focus now is fixing the motor and discovering what went wrong before we continue this big adventure.
On our way to Darwin, passing by Adam’s Bay!
Peter gets in action and “puts his hands on Jules”, she’s having a sharp pain in her neck that makes her unable to turn her head. A full service is served on Longreef!
Hoping to see more wild animal life!? This episode is for you, our dodgy version of National Geographic is out! Starting the day being greeted at breakfast by a crocodile and having a blissfull afternoon watching eagles. But not before I finish my job of painting the props and replacing anodes. Longreef is ready.