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august-26th-blog 08/26/2016
The weather has changed for the worse. Back to seas and wind directly on the bow slowing us down dramatically. We should arrive at the Ala Wai marina in Honolulu first thing Saturday morning after 19 days at sea. Our plan is to spend a week there provisioning, refueling and doing general boat ... More>
 
august-24th-blog 08/24/2016
19 25 n 163 05 w I should clarify something I said in my last post. I said I would not do this voyage again. No, I would not undertake another 8000 mile voyage where the majority of the time I am fighting against the prevailing current, wind and swell. There is a reason that people only cross the mid ... More>
 
august-23rd-blog-1 08/23/2016
18 27 n 165 34 w Heading 75 degrees. Hawaii here we come! I felt an alien sensation last night on my watch. It is called "cold". It was actually chilly on the flybridge in the breeze. I had to wear a shirt for the first time in weeks! Big difference in the weather at 18 degrees north versus the 7 ... More>
 
august-23rd-blog 08/23/2016
I felt an alien sensation last night on my watch. It is called "cold". It was actually chilly on the flybridge in the breeze. I had to wear a shirt for the first time in weeks! Big difference in the weather at 18 degrees north versus the 7 degrees we have been cruising at for many months. The trade ... More>
 
august-21st-blog 08/22/2016
Now, this is what cruising is all about. After two days of stormy weather the skies have completely cleared, the swells are down to only a couple of feet with almost no wind. I am lying on the flybridge settee during my night watch. Before the moon rises i watch the most spectacular sky full of stars. ... More>
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