Golden Glow

Golden Glow

Sun May 27 16:10 2018 NZST
Run: 64.6nm (116.9km)

deep anchorage offering fine protection from the huge southern swell (that breaks on Qamea?s outer reef0

Mon May 14 10:10 2018 NZST
Run: 5.9nm (10.7km)
Weather: Sunny skies, 10% cloud cover, 10 knot winds, low humidity, BAR 1015

All good on Golden Glow in this Pleasant anchorage just west of Tivi Island. In strongest cell reception area (primarily why we chose it to be able to have video chat with kids on Mother?s Day)

Sat May 12 0:00 2018 NZST
Run: 19.9nm (36km)
Weather: 15-20 knots ESE, 15% cloud cover, wind-blown fetch but no swell BAR 2015

Silty anchorage due to river runoff. Reef on north side of bay. Mangroves around the bay. Cell at the mouth of the bay but not much deep in the bay

Sun May 6 19:46 2018 NZST
Run: 35.9nm (65km)
Weather: 22 knots of wind, sunny skies, low humidity, BAR 1012

All is well on Golden Glow

Fri May 4 10:39 2018 NZST
Speed: 6knts
Run: 38.6nm (69.9km)
Weather: Wind SSE 14 kts, swell 0.8m SE, cc 80%, Bar 1014

leaving this anchorage in the SE corner of Cakao Vucovuco after an extremely rolly night. Water here is very clear. The pass is deep, wide and open with little current or waves. All sea cucumbers are gone from inside the lagoonand the reef shows signs of bleaching. Some sharks, mostly smaller fish. The lagoon has a steady 90? deep bottom until you get to the edge where it is easy to anchor in 35? sand. Many bommies but they are deep and it?s easy to anchor and still avoid them. Winds were steady at about 15 knots through the night so we did not swing or catch the anchor on anything. All is well aboard.

Wed May 2 17:39 2018 NZST
Run: 1348.4nm (2440.6km)

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