With a strong crew we were keen to go where no cpit crew had dared beforerite to the top (mutton cove). Day one was around 15km which in sea kayaking terms is quite along way around about four hours following the coastline. This part of the leg was a grate introduction to what Able Tasman had to offer from rugged coast lines to peaceful bays.
Making Kava "nz style"
Day Four from mosquito bay apple tree bay was a day filled with everything the weather could offer from cloud swept sky’s to a mad mile. The day was long but yet one of the better with a trip into Cleopatra fall for a nice cool swim and crashing waves, high winds what more could you ask for, for a white water paddler. Arriving at apple tree bay where the famous wheeler cheese cake was severed with white wine. the top of the southDay five was the shortest of the days with a five o’clock wake up call and on the water by six we set sail for Marahau paddling in the dark and watching the sun rise over you shoulder was something to withhold. Arriving at Marahau at around seven just in time for the high tied.
heading for home