I enjoy watching the variety of boats that can always be seen on the water around Inskip Point. I took these photos in between photographing the Terns yesterday.
The Barge which takes vehicles over to Fraser Island comes into Inskip Point and lowers its ramp for vehicles to drive on. It has not quite reached the beach in this photo.
There are always small fishing boats moving around somewhere. This one was heading out the channel toward the open sea.
This boat was under sail and heading north up the Great Sandy Strait.
This one appeared to be a large and luxurious house-boat which had just left its overnight anchorage.
This one was still at anchor. Was it staying another day or just slow to wake up?
Extra: There has been another wash-out on the Point. This one was west of the previous one that occurred a couple of years ago. It was so large it almost took out the road onto the Point. The large trees were either washed right out or were about to come down and it was definitely safer to cut them right down. The sea is very powerful and constantly re-shaping the shoreline.
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