Arrived yesterday at Holiday Ocean View Marina, Samal Island Philippines. This will be our home for the rest of this year as we do much needed repairs and improvements.
Arrived Talaud today after an overnight motor from Morotai. We were siting in the cockpit in the afternoon thinking about how to arrange a bit more diesel, just in case. No wind and current against us for the last leg. Then the tender for the Indonesian navy ship that was nearby arrived. We were invited on the ship and treated very well ( cookies and coffee served!) They even arranged our diesel and delivered it to the boat! Awesome! Love Indonesia!
Anchored Dodola after returning from Doruba where we were able to get fuel. Leaving for Talaud in the morning.
Anchored Sayang in 5 meters of crystal clear water.
Anchored Kawe Island, almost directly on the equator. Supposed to be some fruit trees ashore, going to check it out when we take Scupper to shore this morning.
Left Sorong this morning now anchored Besir Bay. Will continue our trip north to Philippines in a few days
Anchored Pulau Sabuda after an overnight motor trip from Kaimana. Chance for us to all get to the beach again before the last leg to Sorong
Back in Kaimana doing all the fun stuff, groceries, diesel, etc. Plan to depart for Sorong on Monday
Anchored southern end of Namatote Island. The Bagans have moved here so off to swim again with the Whale Sharks tomorrow.
Left our anchorage at Triton Bay Divers. Enjoyed our three weeks there. Did a few dives with them and some on our own. Liliane was able to do treatment with some of the guests and staff.
Currently anchored at the southern end of Aiduma Island. Have a beautiful beach all to ourselves. Scupper is thrilled.
Anchored Namatote North after last 4 days provisioning in Kaimana. There are about 8 Bagans nearby, so we will try for a whale shark swim tomorrow morning.
Anchored in front of Triton Bay Divers. Really nice spot. Think we will hangout here for awhile and do some diving.
Anchored Raf Bay. Hope to swim with the whale sharks tomorrow. The wind is out of the N, so we?ll see. Here?s hoping.
Arrived yesterday at Kaimana for provisions. Plan to leave tomorrow for the anchorage close to the whale sharks.
Stopped at Palua Sabuda for the night. Will wait for the wind to fill in tomorrow or the next day to continue south.
Left Sorong this morning, anchored for the night at Seget. On our way down to Triton Bay for a couple of months.
We have been a bit lax in our updates. After Christmas we left Besir Bay for Uranie. After five days there we grew tired of the swell coming into the bay so headed to Wayag. Enjoyed it last time we were here. Flat calm, beautiful scenery, very little garbage, decent snorkeling. Hard to beat.
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