The final night of the passage saw some great sailing, first with the Irish Flag spinnaker and then reefed-down white sails.
Unfortunately we didn't quite beat the SW wind as it came through a bit earlier than forecast so we had a very entertaining (and wet) beat in for the last two hours (35 knots which a couple of huge katabatic down-squalls from the cliffs) to a really beautiful bay. The rather confused sea meant that a lot of water over the deck (and crew!). We've done a YIT update https://www.yit.nz/yacht/maunieofardwall to show our location.
Having consumed a very welcome bacon rolls and salad brunch, we are looking forward to catching up on some sleep then getting the dinghy out to explore ashore; there's some wonderful walking to be done here. Photos to follow when we get better internet.