5 New cruising guides for South Australia!

Mike McKiernan
Posted September 9 2015

This week we are very excited to announce a collaboration with popular authors and experienced sailors Jack and Jude. In the last 40 years they have sailed around Australia several times, been through the Pacific (both north and south), crossed the Atlantic in both directions, delivered vessels worldwide and skippered charter vessels in several countries. Safe to say, they know their stuff, and they definitely know the South Oz coastline!

Gulf St. Vincent

The Gulf St Vincent is a large inlet bordered by Yorke Peninsula to its west and the Fleurieu Peninsula on its east side, with Adelaide, the South Australian capital... More

South Australia (West)

Coffin Bay, Port Douglas, Mt Dutton Bay and Kellidie Bay form one of the most attractive cruising areas in South Australia. Its entire southern coast is national park; its waters are sheltered... More

Kangaroo Island

Australia’s third-largest island after Tasmania and Melville, is located 112 km (70 mi) southwest of Adelaide. The Investigator Straits separates it from the Yorke Peninsula... More

Spencer Gulf (North)

The north Spencer is delightfully beautiful with distant views of the Flinders Ranges and numerous gunk holes to spend a night or two. Summer and early autumn, the night breeze is often... More

Spencer Gulf (South)

Spencer Gulf is the westernmost of two large inlets on Australia’s south coast facing the Great Southern Ocean. Spencer Gulf is 322 km (200 mi) long and 129 km (80 mi) wide at its mouth... More

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