|Goat Island Lighthouse Greets The Full Moon|
It also has an incredibly dense field of lobster traps at the entrance - a huge tangle of floats on the surface, almost blocking the entrance - though with care we found a pathway through.
|Crystal Blues At Anchor, Cape Porpoise Harbour, High Tide|
Inside, the harbor looks huge at high tide, but is reduced by almost 70% at low tide to a much narrower channel between the islands, with dozens of lobster trap boats lying on moorings. A processing plant sits on a pier head with the two good restaurants adjacent, plus a large dinghy dock. The local supermarket is only a half mile walk, and has everything a cruiser could want.
|The Admiral In The Lighthouse|
The small floating dock on Goat Island can be accessed for an hour or so each side of the high tide. We used our dinghy to cross the pond, climbed to the top of the lighthouse and enjoyed the warm sunshine - something that was becoming scarce as we moved north east.
|Lobster Dinner, Of Course, With Ralph Hurlbutt|
|Stowaways In The Forepeak|