Some days you feel lucky; you experience some privileged moments: it might be a whale powerfully beating its fluke on the water surface, another breaching time and time again, or a little crested tern stopping by for a rest at our bow, or the brilliant oranges and yellows of the late afternoon sun reflected on the calm ocean, or the sight of a fortress as we reach port.This was very much the case for our passage from Port Macquarie to Coffs Harbour. The sail was nothing to write home about, in fact it was slow against the East Coast current, and we needed both engines to cover the 68 miles in daylight. We did it in 13 long hours, but there were lots of blissful escapes when we were totally absorbed in the moment. Our passage ended gloriously at dusk with our arrival at the unmistakable breakwater of Coffs Harbour. And yesterday a sunny day, a walk, a surf for Wade, some seafood from the Fishing Coop… just perfect! And our feeling of being lucky continues as we welcome back Waz and Lisa on board Take It Easy today, for a long weekend of diving at the Solitary Islands. They managed to escape from work early and found sitters for their doggies Bindi and Rusty. So the next post is sure to focus on our underwater adventures!