Gone surfing... svFreedom

24 December 2011 | San Pedro, CA
10 September 2011 | San Pedro, CA
02 September 2011 | Little Harbor
24 August 2011 | Southern California
31 July 2011 | Morro Bay, Ca.
01 July 2011 | Hanalei Bay, Kauai
27 June 2011 | Waikiki Beach
20 June 2011 | Lono Harbor
11 June 2011 | Maui!!!
19 May 2011 | Hilo Bay, Big Island Hawaii
23 December 2010 | Hilo, Hawaii
11 November 2010 | arrived in Hilo, the Big Island
18 September 2010 | Bora Bora
02 September 2010 | French Poly
15 August 2010 | Society Islands
04 August 2010 | Society Islands
27 July 2010 | Papeete
15 July 2010 | Tuomotu Archipeligo
05 June 2010 | Nuka Hiva
12 May 2010 | Fatu Hiva, Marquesas

Bora Bora

02 September 2010 | French Poly
Our words were swept away with the wind as we reached the summit peak of Bora Bora, and the 360 degree view of the lagoon and island opened before us. Looking down, the turquoise blue and green waters shimmered in front of us like a dream, and the arduous, near vertical hike/climb up the muddy path over rocks, roots, branches was quickly forgotten. Bora Bora lives up to it's legendary and tranquil beauty. It is hard to believe 2 weeks have passed since our arrival here, and that it is soon time to move on again. We've been blessed to spend this time with such good friends, as we've had great company to enjoy all the outdoor island activities here, and throughout French Polynesia in general.

But departure from Bora Bora is the end of French Polynesia which is a sad event for us, in that we are parting ways with many of our boater friends, some we've sailed with all year, as they continue westward, and we begin our trek north toward Hawaii. The bonds of friendship grow strong and fast among the boating community, as many friends have become our family away from home. Our upcoming route will be to the westward islands of Maupiti & Mopelia, from where we'll turn north for Penhryn, Malden and Christmas Island before we reach Hilo, Hawaii. This will be our last post until we make landfall in Hawaii, as Internet is not available at the upcoming island stops. So, keep us in your thoughts and prayers as we traverse the open oceans again.
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Vessel Name: Freedom
Vessel Make/Model: Downeast 38
Hailing Port: San Pedro, California
Crew: Robert & Kelita
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Who: Robert & Kelita
Port: San Pedro, California