Another overnighter from the Gold Coast to Coff's Harbour left us pretty wiped out. The big commercial vessel traffic is getting heavier the closer we get to Sydney making night watches tense. We arrived at the breakwater to Coffs at daybreak, dropped the hook and decided to get some sleep until the marina opened. It was extremely rolly, and we found sleep difficult as Destiny literally pitched from side to side. We prayed that the marina had an available berth for us. Finally at around 9 AM, the cell phone rang. The marina had a spot available, so in we went. We got settled and then as I was checking out facilities, Frank hooked up with Wasabi and Endangered Species to make plans for lunch. He also ran into Deb and Al from Sunboy, the couple with the three teenagers that we met at Tanna in Vanuatu. This is their homeport.
I was so exhausted that I just couldn't get up much energy until the next day. We tinkered around looking for some needed boat parts, doing laundry and generally awaiting an opening in the coastal report to make another dash down the coast. There wasn't much excitement here other than taking walks and chatting with friends.
Next stop will be Port MacQuarie.