June 26 - Alcaro Bay

Position: S11deg17.216/E131deg47.696 We had a beautiful sail from Black Point today, arriving Alcaro Bay in the early afternoon and anchoring in 21' of sand. The Cape Don lighthouse is visible from our cockpit and the surrounding aquamarine water color reminds us of the Gulf of Mexico. It's been really hazy due to (we think) slash burns that take place all thru these Aboriginal lands. We're planning departure tomorrow morning thru the Dundas Straits for Darwin, about a 95 nm run.
Picture: It's so smoky you can't even see Cape Don. We anchored for a brief rest and departed for Darwin.

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