Our friends Tiff and Dawne kindly drove us down to Southport Yacht Club, and we were on our way by 8 am, to catch the tide and get through the shallows of Canaipa Passage.
George tidied all the provisions away, while I motored up through the Broadwater. We made good progress, and the wind filled in after lunch.
George finally got to relax after all the effort to achieve escape velocity.
We popped the kite up and sailed briskly across Moreton Bay to Bongaree, the southern end of the Pumicestone Passage between Bribie Island and the mainland. It is near the Glasshouse Mountains.