We’ve continued to make good progress, mostly under sail, and have 350 miles to go to our waypoint off the Burnett River at Bundaberg. The winds have been mostly light and from behind so yesterday we made some spiders homeless by getting out our rarely used cruising chute. This is a sail similar to a spinnaker, but easier to manage, that is good for light wind sailing.
This morning we sailed between two sea mounts. They are 40 miles across at their base and rise from the sea bed at 3,000 meters to 20 meters, but you see nothing on the surface.