Monday, 25 July 2011

No phone, no shoes, no pets .....

Sea Piper and Nick of Time in Roylen Bay
Roylen Bay has to be one of the prettiest and most `alive' bays we have visited. Dolphins, dugongs, turtles and masses of fish in crystal clear waters were a few of the pluses as well as a magnificent view back to the Whitsundays.
We even managed to catch some fish for tea.
With a beaut sandy beach to explore and plenty of mackerel massing around, we had no trouble spending a couple of days here. Strangely, while we had internet coverage, we had no phone coverage except for one evening when atmospheric conditions must have been just right. Anyway, that's our excuse for not phoning anyone recently or responding to any messages.

Coral and shells on the beach
After a very peaceful night in Roylen Bay we decided to take advantage of a wind drop early this morning and motor sail down to Brampton Island where we anchored in time for morning tea.


  1. Brampton island. That's where we went for our honeymoon!!

  2. Have been keeping up with most of your adventures, glad all is going well.
    We think of you often, the old boy is going to be 60 party on at Wiligi, wish you could be