This, the second largest atoll in the Tuomotus chain, is a magical spot. Only 37 miles long with a population … Continue reading Sharks, Skates, and Rays in Fakarava
After an easy night motoring upwind 155 NM, we dropped anchor around 0900 in Baie Hanavavae, nestled among towering peaks … Continue reading Fatu Hiva: Gem of the Marquesas
Saturday April 30, as I relieved Travis to begin my 2000-2400 watch, the fine SE winds had already decreased from … Continue reading Land Ho!
We had been in Savusavu for almost a week. The refrigerator was full, the wine stocked, kava purchased and best … Continue reading Viani Bay
An old brown van with rust leaking from under the paint on the wheel wells and what sounded like a … Continue reading 20000 Leagues Under the Sea
This is the story of the events that lead to my eating brie cheese on the top of a mountain. … Continue reading Bora not Boring
We tied a bowline into the eye of the mooring and put on our equipment. Our friend Gemma told us … Continue reading “Crikey Mate” – Steve Irwin
Here at six degrees south latitude, without access to Google, I am loathe to use famous quotations without first identifying … Continue reading Squid Row