210 T 10kn SW
210 T. 6kn. 7pm
Motoring. Smelling the barn with only 253 mm to Opua but they have a little weather to deal with over the last couple of days.
Anchored at Pangaimotu. Waiting crew coming tomorrow. Expect to head to NZ Monday 9th. Any comment on weather for the following 7 days would be appreciated.
Sitting in the little boat harbour. Nuku'alofa.
Anchored off Big Mamas. Nuku'alofa.
Crew come 6/10. Head for Opua about 8/10
At Nomuka Iki Island. Heading to Nuku'alofa today. Still no response from Customs.
No response from Customs yet.
Heading to Nomuka today. Nuku'alofa tomorrow.
Heading to Nuku'alofa
Waiting on an extension for 3 weeks beyond 4 months.
Inside the reef at Foa. No whales yet today.
Left Neiafu at 3.00am. No wind. Then slowly picked up to 10 N till 10.00 when it went S 10. Whales everywhere. Almost collided one. About 10m off the bow when he dived.
Now in Ha'ano. Whales coming right out of the water as we came in. Then one huge mother and calf sat within 50 metres of us at anchor for about 3 hours.
Caught one wahoo maybe 20kg. Freezer full.
Pete n Lou.
Heading for Hanao tomorrow. 3.00am. Looks like a very gentle SSE??
Waiting for northerly to head to Hapaias.
We soon head back down through the Ha'apai to nuku'aloka. Should leave Neiafu early September and be ready to leave nuku'aloka early October to head back to Opua.
Will need fuel at nuku'aloka but the fuel company will only bring the tanker if you want 1000 ltrs. We only need 600 ltrs.
If any other boats intend leaving nuku'aloka around 6 October and want fuel could you contact us. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pete and Lou
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heading to Nomuka tomorrow. Currently at Kalefesia
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