Many of you will have heard of this Raid, its an awesome opportunity to explore the beautiful coastline of Tasmania and experience the amazing warmth and friendship that is The Living Boat Trust in Franklin and whats more this raid finishes up at the mind blowing Australian Wooden boat festival. Its a must do if your interested in small boat cruising.
Make sure you visit their website for more info http://tawe-nunnugah.org/
The Kiwi Raid 2018 is to be a St Ayles skiff event based at Gt Barrier island 18-25th February 2018.
The Raid will be based out of Orama Oasis in Karaka Bay and will be a week of exciting day trips including The broken islands, Katherine bay, Smokehouse bay, Mt Hobson walk and the Kauri dams, Glenfern sanctuary, plus fishing and swimming and maybe a pure white beach or two to lay on. Accommodation will be camping although Orama do have other options available and meals provided.
Spaces are limited to 20 people and filling up fast so if you are interested contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to register your place.
A fine selection of clinker boats on display at the NZ Clinker boat festival on this weekend at Karanga Plaza next to the Viaduct harbour, Auckland.
st Helliers beach coffee stop this morning. Despite the forecast of a building northerly the early birds enjoyed a gentle sea and warm sunshine. What a great way to start the weekend oh and did I mention the coffee!
Nothing quite like poking around in the mangroves on a Saturday morning, especially if it ends in good coffee and cakes.
This mornings row took us into the inner depths of Orakei and all the way to Palmers garden centre for our necessary coffee fix. We did make up for it with an extended row home… honest.
Its amazing a secret places you can find around our beautiful harbour for mini adventures.
We joined Alan and David in Wellington today and enjoyed a very nice row into Te Papa for a coffee.
Kind of fitting that we had one of Tawera groups projects as a back drop.