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Tasmania East Coast Guide

The photos in this online guide will entertain even if you do not plan on sailing to Tasmania.

This online guide has up to date information and is now on our website.

Tasmania’s east coast is the jewel in a crown filled with glorious wonders that make the island renown as the natural state, the “island of inspiration.”

Here we find some of the world’s most dramatic dolerite cliffs close to Australia’s second oldest city first settled in 1803. A quaint delightful city beneath the protection of The Mountain with its fluted organ pipes standing proud and tall before some of Australia’s best waterways that spread from it like the blue folds of royalty. Tasmania’s east coast has everything. There are lonely bays backed by green forests while around an abrupt point lay the heinous remains of a convict settlement dating back to our earliest history.

The fishing is some of the best, the walks are the best, and if you can handle the changeable weather and sometimes immense seas then an experience of a lifetime awaits you on Tasmania’s East Coast.
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Re: Tasmania East Coast Guide

A link might be good.
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Re: Tasmania East Coast Guide

You're right but I can't post links. Its on our website under anchorages, find Tasmania then east coast.

If you're successful, you could help by posting a link

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Re: Tasmania East Coast Guide

I am sorry but this appears to be a commercial venture and is against the rules of Sailnet.
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Re: Tasmania East Coast Guide

Not really commercial. Every one of the eight segments is available free for download. At the same location are guides fro SA WA and QLD, all free.
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Re: Tasmania East Coast Guide

Ok it seems legit here is the linkTasmania ~ East Coast | JACKandJUDE.com
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Re: Tasmania East Coast Guide

Thank you SimonV,
Sincerely feel the Sailnet Community will find value in our online Guides for Tasmania, the photos are lovely. Here's what a land-lubber friend had to say, "Your photos are really first class and have that professional edge.
I enjoyed the trip around the island with the touches of history thrown in. And I'm sure the charts will be of help to anyone contemplating doing a similar trip."

What we like are the links to other material, and that most of the charts are aerial views with anchorage and tracks marked.
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