Family and work commitments drive us to pull the pin on the delights of Port Davey at the very first opportunity for a good passage back to the south-east. Heck, if not we could be waiting another week or two for a decent break. My boss has been terrific to give me the leave I’ve had, and I do want a job when I get back to Hobart. Don’t I?

About 10 vessels left Port Davey when we did, but they will continue to nosey their way up to Hobart from Recherche Bay, and await the rest of the fleet to arrive in time (hopefully) for the Cygnet Yacht Club barbeque on Sunday night. It seems an age since the entire fleet got together, and I’m sorry to be missing what will be a very convivial gathering up the Huon.

We love sky like this.....

... and water like this

... as we leave Port Davey at daybreak

But we don't like clouds like this....

...or water like this.....

... when we arrive at Recherche Bay

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