So the wind turned westerly and the westerly waves came in in top of the southerly swell. Everything meets up in the bay and as this situation put too much strain on the mooring we had to leave. There is a reason why the Yacht Club does not want anyone to be on their mooring in westerlies. You can break the mooring and end up on the reef right behind you. So now we decided to spend the night sailing down and up the west coast until the wind changes to South - south east. We don't have much wind but enough to get the wave we can't have at the mooring. And at the mooring we would have had to do night watches as well so we might as well be out here where it's safe for us.