We had a late departure, deciding that it would be good to leave and make the most of the good weather window to cross Queen Charlotte Sound to the tip of Vancouver island. As we morored down Fitz Hugh sound we saw a number of whales, one was right in the middle of a group of fishermen.
We motor sailed about have the way and sailed the rest as the winds picked up in the late afternoon. The sun was shining at least until we approached the entrance to Bull harbor when the fog descended. We turned on the radar and made our way slowly into Bull Harbour hoping that it would not be too crowded. We dropped our hook in about 20 feet of water at around 8pm and we glad to get some rest. Tomorrow morning we would be crossing the infamous Nahwitti bar.