Monthly Archives: June 2018

Saying Goodbye to Hawaii at Makua Bay, Oahu

Our last anchorage in the Hawaiian Islands was supposed to be for one night while we got the dinghy and outboard motor packed up, but when we arrived into the stunning Makua Bay on the north west of Oahu we … Continue reading

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Maui, Hawaii

The beautiful mountainous backdrop to the harbour was certainly a welcome view, after anchoring up in the designated area in the commercial harbour the wind returned and blew 15-20 knots almost from the moment we arrived.  We had quite a … Continue reading

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Land Aloha!

As night fell on day 35 at sea an orange glow appeared on the horizon. Just over 70 miles away, the lava flow on Hawaii ‘The Big Island’ was burning bright.  By daybreak land was in view, although we were … Continue reading

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Isla Taboga (Panama) in Pictures

While we were Pacific side in Panama we spent a few glorious days on the small island of Taboga, here are some of my photos (better late than never!).

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Day 29 at sea – 4,035 miles

A walk around deck at first light reveals the treasures that Neptune has offered up during the night hours. For the first thousand or so miles we were given squid, silent visitors slipping in on a wave unnoticed. Then came … Continue reading

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