This continues from Part II Eaglehawk Neck Finally, six weeks after the Southport attack, on 26th March, a Telegraphic Message was received from Port Arthur that Signals had been received from Eaglehawk Neck. A boat had been sighted, heading for Maria Island. George King was convinced it was the escapees’ boat but had no vessel... Continue Reading →
Many are bewildered by Critchley's tragic adventure. But when you consider his circumstances, his wild Romantic ambition is easier to understand.
Rounding two of the most dramatic capes in the Southern Ocean. Unfavourable conditions force a difficult decision.
Paddling in 3 metre swell with nowhere to land for 46 kms, and, along the way, some unexpected challenges.