FURY COVE

Yesterday we transited the daunting Spitfire Passage, tonight we are anchored in the evocatively named Fury Cove on Penrose Island.

Today we have been treated to beautiful clear sparkling weather and warm, no hot, sunshine.  On the route today we dodged between rocks, reefs and islands.  Once clear of Bremner Cove this morning the route took us through down to Meay Inlet, along Kwakshua Channel and out into Fitz Hugh Sound.  A really nice BC summer day, nice to be back in BC.

The anchorage this evening is crowded, at least ten other boats anchored.  I suppose from now on there will be more crowded anchorages as the Canadians are out enjoying their holidays.  There are a couple of big motorboats in the anchorage with their generators running, what a noise, hope they switch off before I sleep.

North westerlies are forecast for tomorrow, if they arrive we will sail down to Vancouver Island around Cape Caution.  Total voyage distance 653.0 miles.

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