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Balls up at Denarau Well, that didn’t work out well. Despite several emails and a couple of phone calls, just as we entered the channel to pick up our reserved mooring at Denarau Marina, we were told we were too big. I assume they meant the boat and didn’t aim that as...
We finally make it halfway around the world, and continue west towards Viti Levu and the Manuca and Yasawa islands.
A quicker than expected sail from Tonga through a maze of reefs leads us to the beautiful islands of Fiji – and Paradise.
A brisk two day sail brings us to the Vava’u group of islands in Tonga where we swim with whales – twice – dodge the wind and explore this beautiful archipelago.
We sail over 1,000 miles from Bora Bora to the tiny island country of Niue.
As we bid farewell to French Polynesia, the allure of Niue, Tonga, and Fiji beckons us westward. These are our last days in French Polynesia.
Gear overboard With the washing machine installed, it was time to deal with the sticking sheave on the Genoa track. Not something I was looking forward to. But, after reading comments from others who had done it before, I felt like I half knew what to do and set about...