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Flomaida II - Perlfarm in Ahe
Flomaida II - Perlfarm in Ahe
Flomaida II - Mein Geburtstagsgeschenk- Ahe/Tuamotus
Flomaida II - Mein Geburtstagsgeschenk- Ahe/Tuamotus
Flomaida II - 7.4.2014 meine Geburtstagsparty
Flomaida II - 7.4.2014 meine Geburtstagsparty
Flomaida II - Dicht am Riff durch die Passage mit Strömung und Wind aus Ahe
Flomaida II - Dicht am Riff durch die Passage mit Strömung und Wind aus Ahe
Flomaida II - Resort Kia Ora- wo hört der Pool auf? Wo fängt das Meer an?
Flomaida II - Resort Kia Ora- wo hört der Pool auf? Wo fängt das Meer an?
Flomaida II - Christoph im Unterwasserparadies von Raritonga
Flomaida II - Christoph im Unterwasserparadies von Raritonga
Flomaida II - Christoph bei der morgentlichen Baguette Lieferung
Flomaida II - Christoph bei der morgentlichen Baguette Lieferung
Flomaida II - Paradies??
Flomaida II - Paradies??
Flomaida II - Zwei im Paradies
Flomaida II - Zwei im Paradies
Flomaida II - Die Blue Lagoon in Raritonga.........
Flomaida II - Die Blue Lagoon in Raritonga.........
06/05/2014

Anna Sophia - Oceaandagboek dag 3

Positie:24.56N 65.14WCOG: 348graden Snelheid: 5,2 ktsLOG: 8252 nmDagafstand: 122 nmZeilvoering: GZ + KFWind: ÑE 20 ktsWeer: half bewolktZicht: goedGolven: 2,0 mLuchtdruk: 1022 mbarWatertemperatuur: 26 gradenZieken: 0Rustig zeilen we verder. Veel wind is er niet, maar wel voldoende redelijk vooruit te komen. Wanneer we om 09.00 uur het oceaanradionetje van de ARC afluisteren via de SSB, schrikken we van een 2 tal ernstige problemen met halfwinders!De boel is bij beiden in de knoop geraakt en oncontroleerbare lappen zeil bungelen ergens halverwege de voorstag. Daar moet een bemanningslid de mast in en deboel lossnijden! Geenpretje op de oceaandeining.Helaas valt tegen de avond,inmiddelsmet uitzicht op het donkere gebied waar de warme Passaatwind de Noordelijke stroming ontmoet, de wind. read more...


06/05/2014

Nirvana - Nirvana: Day 4 Morning

Greetings from N20.12 and W71.26!We saw luminous green algae in our wake last night for miles.It was a welcomed and entertaining find.Still, no rain and we continue to be fortunate with weather excepted for favored winds. We motor sailed as long as we could last night.We are wanting wind at 050 so think "050, 050, 050".The engine has a nice sound, but the silence of the sails is what we are longing for. Surprisingly, last night, it chilled down enough for more than a T-Shirt.Looking forward to a forecast of favored winds and happy seas.- Eddie (Rich and Ellen are off watch currently).They were kind and gave me the 9pm to midnight.It's a very pleasant morning.:-). read more...


06/05/2014

Webster - A day nearer Bermuda

Monday 5th May 2014. Position at noon 23 24'N 64 32'W We motored much of last night with little if any wind. We came across a couple of ARC boats which we could see on AIS but otherwise no real activity during the night, although the stars were amazing plus many spectacular shooting stars. Igor and I had eaten most of a packet of Bourbon biscuits on our watch which Neal and Dave thought was a tad greedy but we then noticed empty packets of Snickers bars all over the place, so that evened the score.Just before day break there was a puff of wind on my neck so up with the sails and by the time Dave and Neal came on deck at 7am we were sailing in 10 knts SW. This built through the morning and having dreaded the prospect of little wind all day here we were in 15-20 knots and making between 7. read more...


06/05/2014

Free Spirit - Free Spirit 3- Please send wind

We're motoring along, off the coast of the Dominican Republic, making agonizingly slow progress while sucking diesel fumes. Hard to sail when there isn't any wind. Our big excitement was celebrating Brandon's birthday yesterday. We surprised him with birthday brownies and sang Happy Birthday to him. Hopefully he wished for wind when he blew out the candles. We've had the fishing line in the water for two days, but the fish don't seem to be biting. We'll keep trying as hope springs eternal. With no wind it is getting rather warm and everyone smells a tad tired. We ran out of downwind positions last night, so we splurged and everyone had a shower. Roger was able to contact his wife last night via the satellite phone and confirmed that our efforts succeeded in getting the ARC USA tracker up. read more...


06/05/2014

Andromeda of Plymouth - Well there goes another adventure.....

In very light airs (5-7kts) we decided to put the engine on and continue towards Bermuda. Around midnight the boat stopped and there was no forward motion. We inspected everything for damage, fluid loss, breakages, etc. and have concluded that there is major problem with the gearbox, although serviced in Trinidad late last year. This means we cannot proceed for the time being and will try and retrurn to Nanny Cay, if the winds permit, as this is our closest landfall. Updates to follow.......we are ok but obviously disappointed, though we did catch another bunch of seaweed! We are currently drifting at 1 kt in a roughly southerly direction. Andrew & SusanS/V Andromeda. read more...


05/05/2014

Nirvana - Day 3 Evening

Had a lovely sail in the morning then the wind died.Went for swim.Now, motoring into the sunset.. read more...


04/05/2014

Altair - Happy Sailing on Altair!

It's a beautiful downwind ride on Altair. Wing on Wing. 15 knots of true wind. SOG 7.5-8 knots. Even the autopilot is barely working. Can't beat it! Here's a photo of Karina with St Thomas in the background.007. read more...


Altair - Karina with St Thomas in the background
Altair  - Karina with St Thomas in the background
04/05/2014

Free Spirit - We 're off and running,

We 're off and running, celebrating Derby Day by starting a race of our own, bound for Ft Lauderdale, FL.We all have our hats, though the mint juleps and stogies will have to wait.We're settling in nicely, despite a minor glitch with a halyard and sail that we resolved on the way past Tortola with only a slight deviation in course.The wind has been decent and we're hoping it will hold to minimize the need to motor.Everyone on the crew is doing well, and we all had chicken pot pieless for dinner supplemented by liberal visits to the snacks lock to satisfy the midwatch munchies.This morning we heard that it appears we're in stealth mode, that our ARC USA tracker is not functioning properly.Rest assured we are here, passing off the northern coast of Puerto Rico.We will fire up our Spot. read more...


04/05/2014

Nirvana - Day 1

Eddie is woozy from the rollers. No chunks yet.About 20 miles past San Juan, PR.The stars are amazing.-e, Rich, and Ellen:-). read more...


03/05/2014

Free Spirit - Getting down to the wire

Tomorrow is our scheduled departure and preparations for the passage are coming along nicely.Our last crew member, Brandon, came in last night so everyone is here and raring to go.Unfortunately Brandon arrived ahead of his luggage, so we'll add tracking that down to the 'to do' list.I'm cooking the last of the premade passage meals while the guys put the finishing touches on filling tanks, securing equipment, and tweaking systems.The hospitality at Nanny Cay has been great, but come morning we're heading out, Florida bound!Mike, Andrea, Roger & Brandons/v Free Spirit. read more...


Free Spirit - Crew Photo
Free Spirit - Crew Photo
03/05/2014

Nirvana - update

At Nanny Cay. 1 more day of final prep and we set sail to Ft. Lauderdale, FL with ARC USA. We eagerly await Ellen's arrival.-Rich and Eddie. read more...


Sojourner - team photo pre-start from Portsmouth
Sojourner - team photo pre-start from Portsmouth
06/05/2014

Firefly - Back to cruising mode

After three days of frantic racing and partying we are now back to a much slower pace. Despite the racing challenges and pitfalls we did enjoy the Tahiti Pearl Regatta immensely and wonder whether Dartmouth Regatta will ever match up to the dramatic race courses, scenery, the nightly dancing and fire eating displays! Maybe we can bring back some ideas?The following day we cruised Tahaa and found a beautiful coral garden on the West Coast at Ilot Tautau. We spent a couple of hours snorkeling, drifting with the current, enjoying both the coral and fish, including a large shoal of surgeon fish and one black tip reef shark.After a few teething problems with the SSB radio that proved to be operator error! - we finally sent out some emails and downloaded weather data, the impending strong. read more...


04/05/2014

American Spirit II - Day 121; Checking out Bora Bora and Snorkeling on a Coral Reef; Sunday, May 4, 2014

I was awakened at 1:37 AM due to horizontal rain blowing thru my 8 inch x 4 inch porthole, getting me wet 3 feet from the opening. Got up and made sure all other hatches were closed. Went back to bed until 3:47 AM when my phone, on vibrate only, vibrated me awake. The call was from my friend Oscar W. (I've not included his last name to protect him from prank calls in my defense. Right Westerfield? Oops). It was 9:47 AM where Oscar is in Tampa; and I'm sure he wouldn't call me that early on purpose. Probably a 'pocket call.' Back to sleep. I'll call Oscar later in the day. FYI: first 'pocket call' I've had in 4 months since leaving Florida. Up at 7:00 AM. After breakfast went to explore the ferry dock, Top Dive scuba center at the yacht club, where we could buy bread, Church, etc. The. read more...


03/05/2014

American Spirit II - Day 120; Departed Tahaa Enroute to Bora Bora, at MaiKai Yacht Club and a Brewing Medical Problem; Saturday, May 3, 2014

12:17 AM. Just finished typing 3 logs. Very hot downbelow because of intermittent light rain that is keeping hatches closed. Paul up at 6:30 AM; followed by David and myself at 7:30 AM. Light rain falling. 8:40 AM breakfast. Eggs and French bread.Weighted anchor at 9:20 AM and headed to the west side of Tahaa, within the same reef system that we'd been in for a day. Island north of Raiatea but connected to it like a figure eight. At about 11:00 AM anchored off a pass and island and after backing down on anchor I hopped into the water because it looked kind of shallow. Surprise! The rudder was above a coral wall with 6 inches of clearance. Any further back and we'd have damaged the rudder and rudder post, perhaps fatally. I advised Joel and we pulled the anchor chain in until we were out. read more...


22/11/2011

Pajarito - Day 12 - The Welcoming Committee

This morning at dawn, two sea gulls flew over to check us out.They circled several times, closely inspected, then scolded us for not having our fishing lines out.A little later, several dolphins joined us for breakfast.They swam along side keeping us on course.We must be close now, the welcoming committee is here! All is good this morning.We have smooth (relatively speaking) sailing, cinnamon rolls, and coffee.Who could ask for anything better?Sure beats last night when Captain Bill was battling the elements over a bag of tater chips.The elements got the upper hand, and the contents of the bag became airborne, swirling around the cockpit like a blizzard.Bob and I had to turn our heads; we couldn't stand to see a grown man cry. We're getting close enough to the tiki bar on Tortola that. read more...


05/05/2014

Tigerlily - Checking In

Just letting you know that our little crew of two are doing well. Last night we spent a few hours hove to as the winds were gusting to 30 Kt. The wind and seas have calmed down a bit presently but we expect another rollicking night.See you in Bermuda,Purnell and Julia. read more...


Reberth - No matter the weather a man's got to do what a man's got to do!!
Reberth - No matter the weather a man's got to do what a man's got to do!!
Reberth - DARK AND STORMY
Reberth - DARK AND STORMY
06/05/2014

Shenanigan - On our Way

‘23.34.08N 64.37.36W’After an enjoyable stay in Nanny Cay, Tortola doing the final preparations and getting to know the World Cruising Team and other participants through welcome party, happy hours, beach volley ball and farewell supper, we are now on our way to Bermuda.  This is the first leg of our return Atlantic crossing.  We left our sheltered berth an hour before the start on Saturday to find a welcome wind in Sir Francis Drake Channel for a downwind start. We started at the same time as ARC USA so some of the fleet are heading to Fort Lauderdale, USA. About three hours after the start we were hit by heavy rain but then had a good 24 hours weather and sailing making good speed.  We along with, we believe from radio contact, most of the fleet had to motor through the. read more...


05/05/2014

Celebrate - Beautiful Bora Bora!

Beautiful views of Raiatea, Tahaa and our destination, Bora Bora, while at sea making the trip.We arrived at the Maikai Yacht club hooking to a mooring buoy with Teiva from the yacht club coming right over to help us and give us a warm welcome!Rally boats Vivo, Clemintina and Brizo were in sight on the moorings, too.We are looking forward to signing up a dive trip, a helicopter tour and horseback riding trip if there is time.It should be a delightful week! Cathy. read more...


05/05/2014

Firefly - Firefly and the Tahiti Pearl Regatta

The Tahiti Pearl Regatta has been very special for a number of reasons. The location, the party atmosphere and the wide mix of crews racing in the event have all been memorable. In the second race, a start in the pass at Bora Bora and a close reach along the reef made for some very exciting sailing. This was however followed by a less exciting 20 mile slog to windward back to the islands of Tahaa and Raiatea. Without any handicapping in the race, Firefly did not stand a chance against the larger and much faster boats in her division (akin to the 'hare and the tortoise') and after leading initially dropped back to finish 6th.With the opportunity for discarding the worst result, and counting a first place in the first race - Firefly did still had a chance going into the third and final. read more...


05/05/2014

Reberth - Blips on a screen!!!

I am writing this whilst on watch at two o"clock in the morning. Where would I be without my "blips" on the screen. The Chartplotter screen shows me that there are three other vessels relatively near and as I scan the horizon to port and starboard, which I do every ten minutes or so, I can just make out navigation lights, which seem very far away. With the new technology available I am able to tell the closest boat is three nautical miles away. The sky is inky black with thousands of stars twinkling away. Another blip has appeared and I know it is not one of the ARC Fleet. I place the cursor on it and see that it is a cargo ship doing twenty knots, but wait, my mind tells me it will cross our path and i need to know how close. OK, six miles ahead it will cross in front. If it wasn't for. read more...


05/05/2014

Andromeda of Plymouth - View from the back of the fleet on a lazy sunday afternoon....

N22:26:291    W64:52:206 Boat miles    253       GPS Miles   244.9        Miles to go:   595.1 Sky and sea - clear blue, light blue, sky blue, cobalt blue, azure, cerrillean, pale blue, baby blue, eggshell blue, forget-me-not blue, french blue, Navy blue, lupin blue,hydrangea blue, larkspur blue, Airforce blue, Royal blue, midnight blue, aqua, aquamarine, wedgewood blue, sparkling blue, powder blue,inky blue, cornflower blue - its all there to see...... On the horizon - fluffy, whispy, cotton wool, marsh-mallow white and grey cummulous clouds and a sail or two. But wind - nada, nothing, zero, zilch, zip - well maybe a knot or two but nothning that. read more...


05/05/2014

Anna Sophia - Oceaandagboek dag 2

Positie:22.55 N 64.51 WCOG: 345 graden Snelheid: 5,7 ktsLOG: 8153 nmDagafstand: 129 nmZeilvoering: GZ + GWind: ZW 160 ktsWeer: onbewolktZicht: goedGolven: 2,0 mLuchtdruk: 1022 mbarWatertemperatuur: 26 gradenZieken: 0BIJZONDERHEDENHet is 14.30 uur, wanneer de wind het definitief laat afweten. Zeilen klappen, een dilemma wordt ingeluid.Nog steeds willen we brandstof sparen voor de doll drums, met onweer en heftige squalls die we wrs. maandagnacht al invaren. Om dan zo snel mogelijkuit die puinhoop te komen, zullen we wellicht tot donderdag moeten motoren! Met de extra diesel die aan dek gesjord is, kunnen we 3,5 dagen moteren. Tel uit je winst!"Ik start de motor", klinkt het ferm. Okee dan, tot nader orde! We bevinden ons nu tussen een zestal anderen en turend in de verte, zie ik. read more...


05/05/2014

Anettine - A good time at sea!

We have a fantastic time at sea so far. We had dolphins visiting us in the afternoon. Not seldom, but one of them showed off just beside the boat and made 3 high jumps while spinning at very high speed.Beautiful!After a night with good speed, sailing with the main and genua 1 most of the night, except for half an hour when we were sailing with 2 reefs in both sails. In the morning we changed to genaker just after breakfast.It stayed up all day and we made good average speed until the wind dropped to less than a knot.We decided to go with the engine a while to save the sails from being damage due to the rolling without wind. Even with motoring, we still think we are reasonable well positioned in the fleet as we noticed several others doing the same. Time will show.BK. read more...


05/05/2014

Anettine - Anettine on her way!

After some weeks in harbor Anettine had started to get a long beard in stern. The captain did like that at all and had decided to take a swim outside the marina to get it off. The beard doesn't impact the speed yet, but it's a shame for Anettine's beauty. We manage to get it off easy, but we also manage to mess up with a rope in the propeller just outside the marina. Luckily we manage to get it off after 3 dives. Anettine was boat 11 to pass the starting line. Not perfect, but it's easier to chase than being chased in the downwind. With everyone concentrating on speed and tactics we manage to leave the islands on second place. It became a fantastic start for Anettine.BK. read more...


05/05/2014

Free & BrEasy - Moorea Magic

We had nearly a week before Free & BrEasy was due to be lifted out in Tahiti to sort out the auto helm / steering problem, but there was just time for a quick visit to the island of Moorea. The island is a short distance north west of Tahiti, and serves as a holiday destination even for Tahitians who already live in paradise.We were blessed with an exhilarating 9 knot plus sail in a brisk wind, and soon were coming through the pass into Opunohu Bay.Moorea is a smaller version of Tahiti without all the cars and people. The inner mountains form spectacular peaks and jagged ridges, but are nearer the coast and two deep anchorages (Opunohu and Cooks Bays) from which the mountains rise up with an unbelievable grandeur. We anchored just behind the reef in azure water and sandy bottom.. read more...


Anettine - Anettine on her way!
Anettine - Anettine on her way!
05/05/2014

Webster - From the sublime to the ridiculous

Sunday 4th May: Position at 1200: 21 03'N 64 03'WLast night continued to produce decent winds into the very earlyhours although did slacken off a little from 4am. To my horror we dropped below 7 knots for the first time since we left! Speed wise it has been quite a trip so far. 0900 local time we had the first SSB radio net which went very well from our point of view as it is good to receive almost perfect reception, not always the case with SSB, but we are all quite close yet. I had Dave asleep in the saloon and Neal asleep in his cabin snoring like Warthogs being castrated, just as I initially made contact with Frans on Aurora the net controller. He must have thought the noise was radio interference but no, it was them Treacle Miners off watch trying to lift the cabin roof. Its. read more...


05/05/2014

Celebrate - Serene Raiatea

We left Moorea at sunset for our overnight to Raiatea with Rally boats Starblazer and Sweet Pearl just ahead of us.Some lightening around us but no rain on the boat.At 8am we easily passed through the two islets at the entry of Passe Iriru across from Mont Maufenua and into Baie Faaroa to anchor at one of the most serene places we have ever been.Also, Rally boats Skyelark and Festina Lente are here.Next, Bora Bora...Cathy. read more...


04/05/2014

Day 119: One Year to Go, Dingy Ride thru the Jungle and 1st Snorkel Trip for David and Paul; Friday, May 2, 2014

'One year to go' means that on May 2, 2015 Joel and I will be home, at the Boca Ciega Yacht Club on that date, a Saturday, at 12 noon. Party time! Put that date on your calendar. David up at 7:00 AM. I got up at 7:10 AM. Breakfast at 8:15 AM. Eggs, bacon and French bread. I tried the orange marmalade jelly. Not good. In the trash. At 9:00 AM Tim and Tracy from Folie a Deux dingied over so we could talk about plans for the day. While we were talking a number of tour boats drove past us heading to the head of the bay and up the river there. We intended to follow and did so at about 10:00 AM. Folie a Deux in their dingy and us in ours. Theirs was a 5 horse power gasoline motor and ours electric. As we motored up the river at 3 knots the width of the river went from 100 yards to 10 yards,. read more...


04/05/2014

Day 118; Sailing to Raiatea, Entered thru Pass1, 2014e Iriru and on a Mooring Buoy in Baia Foaroa; Thursday, May

Woke up at 1:30 AM. David talking to Joel in the cockpit woke me as I had my ceiling hatch open to let in some air. Woke up again at 4:30 AM, went to cockpit, checked chart plotter, then went back to bed. Paul and David were fine. Up for my watch at 6:00 AM; and sighted land, Huahine, at 6:14 AM. On starboard bow, 21 miles out, mountains rising out of the sea. Cloudy. Lousy sunrise. Seas were 6 to 8 feet and sloppy, and the wind was 16 to 20 knots from behind. A lousy direction as the jib kept collapsing and popping. Chilly. A cold front. First one we've had since the 2 gales when leaving Florida last January. Wind howling in the rigging. 5.5 knots boat speed. Rain showers to starboard. Jibed jib from port to starboard at 7:05 AM; and jibed back at 8:03 AM. Decided to head to Raiatea and. read more...


04/05/2014

Day 117; Golf, Joel Work Day & Leaving Moorea; Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Went to bed at 2:18 AM. Had to catch up on logs (3 behind). That happens whenever we're not sailing (anchored somewhere). More 'distractions.'David got up around 6:00 AM; and I got up at 7:10 AM. Hoping to sleep in. Didn't. Overcast and still very windy in our anchorage. Glad we didn't leave for Huahine last night. Breakfast. No one liked the orange marmalade jelly. I haven't tried it yet; but will tomorrow. Eggs, bacon and French bread.At 9:10 AM Tracy from Folie a Deux dropped off 2 rolls of French bread. They cost 53 French francs apiece. Cheap. Reason is that bread is subsidized.At 1015 AM Brian from Folie a Deux gave us a ride to the dock. There we had the receptionist at the Bali Hai Hotel call the Green Pearl Golf Course Polynesia. A Jack Nicklaus designed course. We played 18. read more...


04/05/2014

Anna Sophia - Oceaanlogboek Dag 1

Positie: 20.44 N 64.44 WCOG: 001 gradenSnelheid: 4,9 ktsLOG: 5274 nmDagafstand: 149 nmZeilvoering: GZ + GWind: 10 ktsWeer: onbewolktZicht: goedGolven: 1,5 mLuchtdruk: 1026 mbarWatertemperatuur: 26 gradenZieken: 0BIJZONDERHEDENIn de middenmoot voeren we onder vol tuig over de startlijn! Heerlijkzeilend met een windje tussen de 15 en 20 knopen verlieten we de VirginIslands recht omhoog richting Bermuda.Een squall met veel regen luidde de avond in; alles onder controle liepen wedik 7 knopen en bevonden we ons nog steeds middenin het rallyveld.Plotseling stopt de regen en daarmee meteen ook maar de wind! Wat was heteen koddig gezicht, al die dobberende bootjes. Sommigen startten de motor.Wij besluiten dit niet te doen, de diesel willen we sparen voor de dolldrums (windstille gebieden) later. read more...


04/05/2014

Andromeda of Plymouth - The view from the back....

24 hour run through the water: 135 milesDistance by GPS: 126 miles                              GPS distance to go: 710 miles Yes, here we in our usual place at the back of the fleet in very light winds (I think its all the provisioning that Susan has hidden aboard). We even tried the APC, but to little avail due to the wind direction - not even it being mostly orange mostly any difference. Anyway, we had a good view of the other boats (we did cross the line in the middle of the fleet) as they made their way down the Sir Francis Drake Channel and off we went for the trip to St. Georges, Bermuda.. read more...


04/05/2014

Starship - ED-VENTURE day 00

SUN-FACTOR: Rain and Squalls: we know it is a pity that we leave. But no reason for a whole country to cry. RUN-FACTOR: WOW. 7 kn SOG. Almost racing. Ed is speeding us up.FUN-FACTOR: When leaving the marina, we could not trust our eyes. There was HECKOGECKO motoring to wave us good bye. HECKOGECKO with whom we had crossed Biskaya, explored the canary islands, done the ARC 2013 and spent great times sailing the caribbean island. We had tears in our eyes.. read more...


04/05/2014

Webster - We're off!

Saturday 3rd May: Position 20 12'N 64 45'Wa bit of an inauspicious start to the day, waking at 0600 to pouring rain and only then realising the hatches were still open. Spent half an hour bailing out the boat, not what you want when you have better things to be thinking about on departure day, but that's boating I suppose.Went to check out at Rally Control at 0800 then strolled long to the Marina office to pay. I was met with a bit of a queue which was building; there was only one lady on duty and the whole ARC fleet were trying to pay to leave. Walton on the dock was frantically running between berths to get meter readings and the said lady was giving a very fine example of the duck on the water looking serene but paddling like mad underwater...at least for a while. She then started to. read more...



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