We were awoken early to the smell of bacon cooking on deck with big smiles on our faces as the pressure is off and we are on the way to the semis. We are lucky enough to have two Aussies, a barbecue and sunshine on our boat today so the food is taken care of as we have the experts in BBQ cooking on board! The Aussies supported us Welsh yesterday and it was our turn to reciprocate so we allowed them to raise a couple of their flags on the boat and sang along to Waltzing Matilda and Two Little Boys (by Rolf Harris)! After a leisurely breakfast some of the boys (including Nick of course) thought it would be fun to entertain the hundreds of people walking past by jumping off the boat into the harbor. The crowd loved it and even the police were cheering! The party started early with passers by coming aboard to join in. El Capitan Julian did insist that they all brought some booze with them. However as the boat became fuller he decided that more stringent entry rules were required. Of course the new rule was all newcomers would have to jump off the boat. This was met with great enthusiasm by most of the young welsh boys (no surprise there!). It soon turned into a competition with all number of different diving techniques most of which looked rather painful. The winner however had to be the nude star jump by Jim from Brecon (a huge woooooo! rang out as he hit the water - that has got to have hurt!) Once the display was over the serious business of singing was started with the crowds across the harbor shouting over requests. It was then off to the Australia v South Africa game leaving a trail of wet boxers on the boat (there were a lot of welsh boys going commando into town!) I reckon we must have been the next best tourist attraction in Wellington this weekend after the rugby!