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Electronic Format to suit all displays ~ Immediate download

This guide covers only those reefs and islets within the Australian territory

Safe anchorages - Great diving - no stingers - superb fishing
Unobstructed passage to Torres Strait
59 pages - Weather information - Beautiful Photographs

Anchorages, weather, wrecks, attractions, what to do, fishing.

Full colour maps with GPS positions and safe tracks, aerial views, chart snippets

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Hello Austin,
In addition to the enhanced electronic guide, there is one on the web, which has great information and enticing photos.

We have been delayed in producing our Coral Sea Video after Jude fell down a hole and broke her leg. Ever tried bashing to weather with a broken leg? Took 5 weeks to get her to help we were that far away from a hospital.
 

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Have you done the Coral Sea voyage? Ought to, it's an amazing adventure. We'll be releasing the Coral Sea DVD when we get back to home base in just a short few weeks. Presently sailing towards Adelaide to winter Banyandah.
 

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We would love to do some of the Coral Sea. I was listening to your chat on the sailing podcast last week, glad to hear you guys are still out there having fun!
The best first stop would be Diamond Islets. Great SE anchorage, heaps of wildlife, good fishing an diving, close to the outer reef so probably no more than an overnight sail from a outer barrier anchorage.
 
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