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02-10-2019 – Baie Phaeton, Tahiti, French Polynesia

Hello, friends! It’s been several months since we posted here, and we thought it was time for an update. 🙂 Our last post was from the Tuamotus in September. Below is a posting that was written up for October, but … Continue reading

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09-30-2018 Fakarava, Tuamotu Islands, French Polynesia

We are currently anchored in a picture-postcard-perfect location at the southern edge of Fakarava, an atoll in the Tuamotu Islands of French Polynesia. The breezes are very light right now, and when we got up in the morning there wasn’t … Continue reading

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08-26-2018 – Taiohae, Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia

It’s hard to believe that another month has passed, and it’s time to send an update! We’re (back) in Taiohae Bay, starting to get ready for the next chapter of our adventures. We’ve received our long-stay visas, so we don’t … Continue reading

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07-12-2018 – Taiohae, Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia

The Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia are a cruiser’s paradise. There are only 8 islands – and a handful of exposed rocks that we need to be careful of! – but each one seems to have its own personality. So … Continue reading

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06-04-2018 – Omoa, Fatu Hiva, French Polynesia

We’ve (finally) arrived in the Marquesas! Hooray! Our trip took almost 2 exactly months (actually 57 days if you count from when we left Las Perlas, or 60 days if you count from when we left Panama City). That’s much … Continue reading

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05-18-2018 Crossing the Pacific

We’re now starting to get close enough to our destination that we can sense a change (internally, not the environment!). We’re still 1200 miles away, too far to just douse the sails and motor in, but something is changing. We … Continue reading

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