I have posted details on the navigation
forum of a new Coral Sea
Cruising Guide that I think will interest all sailors crossing the Pacific to Australia
Banyandah first crossed the Coral Sea
in 1974 stopping at a couple of the very remote coral
atolls that had basic islets. Later in the 80s we did several voyages throughout this lovely part of the world and simply loved the raw nature, great diving
and superb fishing
. This year we retraced many of our old routes stopping at many new atolls also, while making a passage
to Cape York.
We have produced a Cruising Guide detailing all the anchorages
, of which there are many safe places to stay as long as you like in the trade wind
season. It's online to peruse
, or you can download an enhanced version
which has many more photos and historical notes, plus details on shipwrecks.
Check out our Coral Sea photos