new to the forum.
Been sailing around the Bay for most of my life in various boats.
Tangalooma's still beautiful, but is being loved to death. Good holding once you get established in the very tight confines behind the wrecks..very rolly at night with the shipping
traffic and the Micat vehicular ferry
Pumicestone (Bribie) Passage
is great in a NE. Don't want to be there in a SE. Holding's not so great, have dragged in the middle of the night many a time.
Big Sandhills good holding, a great alternative to Tangalooma.
Haven't been to Lucinda Bay just south of Shark Spit near Tangalooma, but have heard it's absolutely gorgeous.
Agree with other posters about Blakesley's.
Done the Brisbane
River trip once for RiverFire and made the almost lethal mistake of tying up on the outside of the Dockside Marina at Kangaroo Point. Traffic and wash was so intense after show that our Cal
34 was almost mounting the pontoon.....very scary!!!!! Oh, and the CityCats are troublesome as well. Worth the effort going upstream to the city, but either anchor
or take a Botanical Gardens pile mooring
Really looking for advice about getting into Wallum Pool and Day's Gutter. We now have a Eureka 32 sailing cat which draws about 70cm with daggerboards up. Oh, and how's the holding and what's there to see and do??