Voyage of the Bahati

Vessel Name: Bahati
Vessel Make/Model: Montevideo 43' Cutter
Hailing Port: South Freeport, Maine
Crew: Nat & Betsy Warren-White
About:
ATTENTION: BAHATI remains listed and the broker of record is Willie Thomas at Brewers So Freeport Marine. He can be reached @ 207-415-1004. Kudos to Mike at Brewers for his skillful and artistic work. New color scheme includes Whisper Grey with a green covestripe.... [...]
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BAHATI Circumnavigation crew members: Maine to NJ & Maryland: Bruce Brown & Tom O'Reilly Norfolk, Va to Bermuda: Bill Barton, Jeff Brummer, Ben Walker-Brummer, Bob Wagner Bermuda to St Maarten: Philip Worboys & Art Edelstein St Maarten to Auckland, NZ: Josh Warren-White St [...]
Home Page: http://www.bahati.net/
11 June 2016 | SoFreeM
07 March 2016 | Brewers So Freeport Marine, Harraseeket River, Maine
30 March 2014 | Brewers So Freeport Marine, SoFreeMe
16 October 2012 | SoFreeMe
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24 June 2012 | SoFreeMe
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01 November 2011 | SoFreeMe
25 August 2011 | SoFreeMe
12 July 2011 | Boothbay Harbor
20 June 2011 | SoFreeMe
10 June 2011 | Annisquam, MA
27 May 2011 | St Georges, Bermuda
12 May 2011 | Simpson Bay, St Maarten
30 April 2011 | Deshaies, Guadaloupe
23 April 2011 | Prince Rupert Bay, Portsmouth, Dominica
06 April 2011 | Admiralty Bay, Bequia
20 March 2011 | Port St Charles
21 February 2011 | Clarence Bay, Georgetown
Recent Blog Posts
11 June 2016 | SoFreeM

Afloat again!

Ahoy Maties! BAHATI found herself afloat again last week with a new coat of Micron 66 bottom paint and a new set of deep cell Trojan batteries! She's lookin' and feelin' smart and powerful, ready to go for a sail. We're hoping to head Downeast with Josh, Maria, and Diego toward the end of July and then take the month of August to just poke around some of her old stompin' grounds. Hoohah! Summer in Maine! She's still on the market with price reduced to $99.9k, a hell of a deal, but, fortunately, no one's jumped on it, yet! Onward! We are sure looking forward to some gunkholing and helping the old girl stretch her wings a bit! Hope to see y'all out there!

07 March 2016 | Brewers So Freeport Marine, Harraseeket River, Maine

Update!

It's been quite some time since we last posted to this blog, almost 2 years, in fact! Since that time, BAHATI has been moored in SoFreeMe and also been on the market. As of January, 2016, her asking price has been lowered to $100k, a real steal! She's got all new canvass in stunning green not to mention [...]

30 March 2014 | Brewers So Freeport Marine, SoFreeMe

BAHATI gets a face-lift!

Spring is finally here after a particularly cold and snowy winter in Maine. BAHATI spent a couple of months in the paint shed at Brewers where she had a bunch of beautiful work done on her topsides, rudder and keel taking care if a couple of wet spots and then covering all with a gorgeous Whisper Grey [...]

16 October 2012 | SoFreeMe

On th hard again!

Once BAHATI is on the hard in winter storage here in SoFreeMe, just in time to welcome hurricane Sandy. We were fortunate that most of the storm stayed well south of us but we did have some high winds around flood tide two nights ago. We are grieving for the good folks in NY/NJ who felt the worst of [...]

04 August 2012 | SoFreeMe

BAHATI sails Downeast...one more time!

Dear family, friends, and all good virtual crew mates!

Afloat again!

11 June 2016 | SoFreeM
Capt Biscuits/Cloudy
Ahoy Maties! BAHATI found herself afloat again last week with a new coat of Micron 66 bottom paint and a new set of deep cell Trojan batteries! She's lookin' and feelin' smart and powerful, ready to go for a sail. We're hoping to head Downeast with Josh, Maria, and Diego toward the end of July and then take the month of August to just poke around some of her old stompin' grounds. Hoohah! Summer in Maine! She's still on the market with price reduced to $99.9k, a hell of a deal, but, fortunately, no one's jumped on it, yet! Onward! We are sure looking forward to some gunkholing and helping the old girl stretch her wings a bit! Hope to see y'all out there!

Update!

07 March 2016 | Brewers So Freeport Marine, Harraseeket River, Maine
Capt Biscuits, clear and breezy
It's been quite some time since we last posted to this blog, almost 2 years, in fact! Since that time, BAHATI has been moored in SoFreeMe and also been on the market. As of January, 2016, her asking price has been lowered to $100k, a real steal! She's got all new canvass in stunning green not to mention her Whisper Grey Awlgrip job from last season. We've also had considerable work done on the rig, sails have all been cleaned and mended, and all systems are good to go. Anyone interested should stop by Brewer's So Freeport and take a look. She's lying just along the fence to the left as you drive down the hill toward the water. You can't miss her; she's the only one with the wind gen spinning keeping those batteries topped-up. If she doesn't sell this year, we may well set her up for another Atlantic crossing in 2017. She's too good a boat to be left sitting in one spot for too long. She's itching to get to sea again!
In the meantime, Capt Biscuits is busy writing a book about our circumnavigation following-up on more than a dozen related articles published in Ocean Navigator magazine over the last 10 years. With any luck, the book, tentatively titled IN SLOCUM'S WAKE, will be available within the next year. Keep your eyes and ears out!

BAHATI gets a face-lift!

30 March 2014 | Brewers So Freeport Marine, SoFreeMe
Capt Biscuits, rain rain rain!
Spring is finally here after a particularly cold and snowy winter in Maine. BAHATI spent a couple of months in the paint shed at Brewers where she had a bunch of beautiful work done on her topsides, rudder and keel taking care if a couple of wet spots and then covering all with a gorgeous Whisper Grey awlgrip job. She's officially back on the market and the broker of record is Willie Thomas at Brewers So Freeport Marine. Willie can be reached at 207-865-1994. If she does not sell, we'll be contemplating an Atlantic crossing during the summer of 2015. For the moment, BAHATI will remain on the hard and we will be heading south of the Equator for 3 months work in Oz. of course, we hope to do a little sailing at the same time...on someone else's boat!

If you or anyone you know are interested in taking a closer look at BAHATI while we are gone please feel free to call Willie and make an appointment.

On th hard again!

16 October 2012 | SoFreeMe
CappyB, Sandy blow thru!
Once BAHATI is on the hard in winter storage here in SoFreeMe, just in time to welcome hurricane Sandy. We were fortunate that most of the storm stayed well south of us but we did have some high winds around flood tide two nights ago. We are grieving for the good folks in NY/NJ who felt the worst of it! BAHATI will spend this winter at Brewer's Marina just across the street from her good home of last year at Strout's Pt. Brewer's is able to move her indoors without removing the arch in order to do some topside work so it made more sense to haul her over there this year. We will miss our pals at Strout's but will surely have more connection with them as time goes on. Many thanks to Cym and crew for their good care and work since our return.

Our next BAHATI talk will be at the The Barn in Topsham on Nov. 10. It will be a potluck hosted by friends Patty and Annie and should be a great gathering as we await the first snows of winter....yikes! If you are interested in joining us that evening please be in touch so we can give you more details. It is by invitation only so don't hesitate to call or email.

This summer produced some of the best sailing we've every had along the Maine Coast. We managed to be out on the water almost a month and both we and BAHATI loved it! This coastline is magical and when the winds are blowing right it's hard to beat. Good friends Jim Millinger, Dick Heller, Ben Fowler, and David Zucker all joined us for some gamming and we found our way as far east as Isle au Haut where we visited Bob and Sally Smith along with Jeremy and Molly (who's windy wedding we'd attended there aboard BAHAI just before we left on our trip!) The younger (and elder!) Smiths have been blessed with new baby Hannah...a special island babe for sure! Wonderful to have time with both them and then with Jody and Rick Simpson who were vacationing in Buck's Harbor. Great reunions with old Brookline Outing Club friends!

BAHATI is still on the market with price reduced as of Aug 1. Please refer any interested potential owners to John at Gulf of Maine Yacht Sales in Yarmouth. Some lucky long-distance sailors are going to be blessed with a great boat for your own adventures We look forward, with mixed emotions, to helping her move on to a new family. Meantime, we are continuing to do lots of work to keep her in good shape and hope she finds the right new home soon!

Enjoy the coming of winter wherever you are and please be in touch if you get close to SoFreeMe!

Cheers and happy holly days!

Nat and Betsy (and Avery the Dog!)

BAHATI sails Downeast...one more time!

04 August 2012 | SoFreeMe
CappyB, beautiful!
Dear family, friends, and all good virtual crew mates!

Well, we managed to go to sea, perhaps for the last time, aboard our beloved BAHATI. She is still on the market and, in fact, there has been a price reduction in the last week...please visit the brokerage site to check-in (www.gulfofmaineyachtsales.com) We managed to carve out 3 weeks between Casco and Penobscot Bays in July....delightful! We had unrelenting good weather and even some great sailing.....and practically NO FOG!... so unusual for Maine this time of year. Aside from dodging a few violent thunderstorms and having to replace the fresh water pump and accumulator tank, it was an uneventful and lovely cruise. Betsy could only jump aboard for a couple of days given her call to service with her parents, Tim & Phyllis, who have been dealing with Tim's recent hospitalization and resulting care. Thankfully, he is home now and happily heading for a vacation at Rock Gardens in Sebasco! It's been a tough row to hoe but they are forging ahead with great courage....onward! CapB invited several good friends to join him during these gorgeous days afloat including mates Jim Millinger, Dick Heller, Ben Fowler, and David Zucker. Avery the Dog also maintained her 1st Mate's status with great expertise (see photo album)! We found our way as far east as Isle au Haut where we visited Bob and Sally Smith, along with son, Jeremy and partner, Molly, whose wedding we attended out there just before we left on our circumnavigation. Jeremy and Molly are the proud new parents of young Hannah and you won't find happier grand parents anywhere on the coast! (see photos) We also found more Brookline Outing Club friends, Jody and Rick Simpson, up on the Bagaduce River near Castine where they were escaping for a couple of weeks from the heat out west (in NH!) It was wonderful to re-une with these old friends in such idyllic surroundings. Special times indeed! We also stopped at Yarmouth Island, Christmas Cove, Tenants Harbor (where we rediscovered Colleen at her un-equalled Rose Ledge Bookstore....www.roseledgebooks.com) and bought a number of books and some beautiful shirts, on the honor system!...thank you Colleen! We went on to Camden with a day's cruise back up to Rockland to cheer on the good sloop CELEBRATION, sailed and owned by the Merrills from Linekin Bay, in the annual Friendship Sloop races. David and Julia Merrill and Nathaniel (who sailed with us in New Zealand) joined me for an exciting day skirting the gorgeous fleet flying along under strong NW breezes gusting up to 20+knts.....stunning! One boat was dis-masted as we watched; fortunately no one was injured. These race days are a sight to behold and a wonderful Maine Coast tradition. It was a real pleasure to revisit some of our old haunts and discover new delights....like the houseboat in Perry Creek! Amazing structure! As we rounded Small Point on our return trip with 15+ knts, again from the NW and on the beam, we hit 8 knts several times; BAHATI was thrilled with a "bone in her teeth"! Ahhhhhhhh...summer in Maine!

Cheer and 'ave a good watch mates!

PS Good news! We just heard from our Norwegian friends, Heidi, Eivind, Young Eirik, and Bro Marius aboard EMPIRE that they have reached Greenland safely and are busy dodging "ice cubes" as they prepare to leave on their next leg toward Iceland and home! Bravo! Brava! You can visit their wonderful blog thru our links.
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Josh up the rig!
BAHATI sailing off Tonga
 
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Nice cruise Downeast for nearly 3 weeks in July 2012!
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We are finally home again! We tied-up at the HYC dock in SoFreeMe @ 1000hrs on Fri June 17! Check-out this album for some highlights of our passages north. The weather was challenging all the way but the crew was great and we were able to manage arrivals and departures smoothly. We cleared customs and immigration in New Bedford with no problems and arrived in Casco Bay again after nearly 5 yrs at sea in the wee hrs of June 17. Cheers all!
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After a delightful couple of months finding our way up thru the E Caribbean island chain, we are getting ready to leave St Maarten and sail north toward Bermuda en route toward So Free Me....home! Here you will find some images from St Lucia, Guadaloupe, the Saints, Martinique, Antigua and St Maarten....small pieces of the Caribbean which we have not seen in nearly 5 years.....nice to be in home waters again!
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Created 13 May 2011
Our last passage before "tying the knot" was a rocky rolly run of about 100nm from Barbados where we landed after our 5200nm Atlantic crossing and quickly found our way to the Mt Gay factory! CapB managed to score a "red cap", the Mt Gay icon, thanks to the good and generous help of "Sherri"! a real coup!! Nat's sister, Martha, and her hubby, Jim, joined us on this short passage and then stayed on to relax in paradise for a few days.....ahhhhhhh! We are thrilled to be back on this sweet island, put our feet up for a bit, and enjoy the "good life"! "Finest Kind"!
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Our longest (time not miles-wise) passage to-date....45 days from So Africa back to the Caribbean! We crossed the Equator for the 4th time on this voyage and caught (well,landed!) only 2 fish on the entire paasage.....one mahi-mahi on the day before arriving in St Helena, and another wahoo on the day before arriving on Barbados....another record broken! Our stalwart crew, Wes and Sarah Haskell, and Susan Hoff, did yeoman's (and women's) work and became shellbacks to boot! Check-out the gallery for proof!
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After almost two months of roaming around So Africa and coming to love this place in all its variety and splendor we are getting ready to leave...sadly! Check-out this collection of visual highlights from our extraordinary visit!
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Over New Year's we stayed at the lovely "stable/flat" of new friends, Jen and Raijk, on the corner of Warren and Camden Streets (!) Our new crew members, Sarah and Wes, flew in from Maine via Abu Dhabi, and we hit the Cape Town streets for NY's Eve with them....party down! On January 1, 2011 we took the gondola ride up Table Mtn and enjoyed spectacular views of the entire Cape Point region...an amazing ride and awesome vista!
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After leaving Josh and Luke at Xmas Isle, Cap B and Mate Benny found their way to Cocos Keeling and then on toward Mauritius and Reunion before heading round the bottom of Madagascar toward Durban, So Africa. Herein, a few highlights from these rockin'-rollin' passages!
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Created 6 December 2010
After a long (17 days!) passage from Cocos Keeling to Mauritius, and a lovely stay there and then on the island of Reunion, we found our way round the bottom of Madagascar to Durban, SA! A wonderful homecoming for BAHATI, 22 yrs after leaving here, and a delightful respite from a rough and woolie time at sea for her crew! Herewith a few of the highlights, including a family photo of Gareth Weiss, who sailed with us in the Caribbean, and his beautiful partner, Ana, and their sweet daughter, Maya. Enjoy!
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After returning alone from Maine to Langkawi following the loss of his dear dad in April, Capt Biscuits immediately set sail south toward Singapore, solo down the Malacca Straits, (something he swore not to do again!) This time he had the good company of BOOMERANG Bob also solo on his boat. BAHATI and BOOMERANG made a good team en route! Upon arrival at Puteri Marina in Johor, Cap B felt the need for some R&R and knowing that old friends, Ben Fowler and Sarah Haskell, were visiting "Uncle Jerry" Knecht, (the King of Dead Fish and Sustainable Fisheries in SE Asia and Maine!), he jumped on a plane and spent a lovely and loving 4 days in the good company of dear friends....just what his grieving soul needed! Herewith, some highlights!
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After the arrival of Josh, his pal, Luke, and Ben Powers to help us sail "west young man!", we survived a week of provisioning and repairs, and BAHATI finally resumed her round-the-world path where she'd left it off a year earlier....heading toward the setting sun again.... Christmas Island, Cocos Keeling, Mauritius, Reunion, Madagascar and on toward So Africa! for Christmas!
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Created 28 October 2010
Blessed with the arrival of Mate Tim Van Ness, BAHATI departed S'pore 2nd week August and arrived Bali Aug 30 after a hard upwind push and many memorable stops en route!
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Cap B left S'pore on Aug 10 with Tim Van Ness aboard as mate. We found our way slowly south and east and arrived in Bali on Aug 29...and Tim flew home the next evening! It was not an easy passage...mostly upwind...but we were graced with two of the best days of sailing in memory! Here are some highlights!
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After leaving Puteri marina in Jahor we moved BAHATI down to Raffles Marina in Singapore to get some much-needed work done by the pro-crew @ Marina yacht Svcs. Tim Van Ness joined me here and we are sailing south toward Bali together having arrived @ Nongsa Point on the island of Batam yesterday, Aug 10, our 1st stop in Indonesia since last year! While visiting S'pore Capt Biscuits traveled to Seoul, Tokyo, and Kuala Lumpur to earn some important cash to help pay for all the expensive upgrades!
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For the 2nd time in less than a year BAHATI finds her way along the Malacca Straits with a solo and oft lonely Capt B at the helm! At least this passage he had the good company of BOOMERANG Bob, another solo sailor from Quincy, Ill and Houston, TX
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Cap B and Mate Betsy had the blessing of a week in Bangkok at the Banyan Tree Hotel where Nat was teaching a couple of programs for the Ariel Group. Betsy took a Thai cooking class and lounged (as well as fought off a case of the cruds!) A great escape and a chance to visit old friends Joel, Orapin, and Jasmine Gluck, as well as Lot and Saiyud who we met first visiting Roy Owen and Sue McClinton back in 1998 when Josh and Nat went to Nepal. Nat also got to teach a drama therapy workshop for a wonderful group of artists and teachers at a Bangkok puppet theater! Sweet memories!
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After nearly three months of exploring this wonderful coast-line we are getting ready to sail south again with our new crew, Christopher Blake and the memories of a great visit from old friends Chris and Teo von Baeyer! Bon Voyage! Sawadeekap! (NB: The "group shot" was taken at a puppet theater in Bangkok where Capt B was asked to lead a drama therapy workshop with a remarkable group of artists and teachers who spent the day exploring dreams together...a very different form of sailing! What a gift!)
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Created 24 March 2010
In addition to doing some major repairs and refits on BAHATI we've enjoyed Phuket in its own right!
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Memories of our December visit to Tokyo and Kyoto!
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After 3 weeks "on the hard" and very efficient able work from the crew at Pro-Carpentering we are back in the water in Boat Lagoon with a new and shiny nose!
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Created 24 January 2010
After our Christmas morning debacle we found our way to Boat Lagoon in Phuket and, after a long search, met Mike Hjort, and his able crew at Pro-Carpentering, who quickly got to work and after 2 weeks are almost finished with repairs. They are doing a great job and we are most grateful! (So is BAHATI!)
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Bahati meets a Thai trawler 20 miles off Ao Chalang and comes away scathed!
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Captain B's first solo passage!
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Our passage from Bali up to Singapore and Malaysia was fraught with engine issues, thunderstorms, and short crew schedules! But we made it...take a look at the highlights!
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Created 14 November 2009
After 3 weeks of being anchored in Bali and taking-in some of the amazing sights and sounds and smells and tastes, we're ready for some quiet time in the outer islands!
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BAHATI left Cairns, Australia inside the Great Barrier Reef on July 22 and arrivd in Bali on Aug 30. En route we stopped at Lizard Island, Cooktown, the Escape River, Thursday Island, and Kupang in West Timor among many other wonderful spots! See a bit of this 2000+ mile stretch in this album!
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Created 4 September 2009
After more than 6 months, we finally were able to reconnect with our old friends, Eivind and Heidi, aboard the Norwegian s/v EMPIRE! They spent the last year in Oz while we were in NZ...and they were busy launching a new crew member! Young Eirik arrived on March 4 and this week was our first chance to meet him! He's quite a character and already seems well acclimated to life afloat! We look forward to welcoming this stalwart crew when they arrive in Maine ina year or two en route home to Oslo!
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Created 21 July 2009
It was a rock 'n' roll 12 days from Port Vila to Cairns with winds ranging from 0 to 35 knts...and seas all over the map! We were lucky to have a low that had been forming near Fiji pass astern of us and land on NZ but the result was strogn southerlies for us which made for tricky routing round the reefs leading onto the Queensland coast. Thanks to the good guidance of Bob McDavitt (in Auckland) and Josh (standing by in CA!) we were well-versed on the weather systems as they swept us along. We are also grateful to Russell Radio for their good daily HF radio sked which kept our families posted on our lat-long each evening! Finally, thanks to Ben White for being on EPIRB alert as always....and to Cam Grillo for his able watch-keeping on his last passage with us! Cam is headed back to Maine to enjoy the rest of the summer. He joined us in Auckland and April and has done yeoman's service in the rig, at the helm, and under the hull as we found our way to New Caledonia and Vanuatu and now Oz! Thanks Cameron! This passage across the Coral Sea seems to have been mostly about birds! We had a number of them join us as hitchhikers over the 12 days...most came at dusk and stayed until dawn....snoozing and pooping! They made for good if somewhat messy company! Several of them ran into our Rutland wind gen and got knocked about...one landing on deck with a thud and seemed stunned nestling up to the deck box without moving all night and then struggling to rail and finally finding the strength and presence to fly again at dawn on Betsy's watch. Quite a sight! We have never had this quantity of visitation...the last two sailed right thru the Barrier Reef and almost into Cairns with us....amazing!
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Created 21 July 2009
On June 28, after installing the new oil pressure sender and getting it up and running, the wind turned north, making it hard to sail toward Pentacoste, and with only one day left this year to witness the remarkable land-diving ritual, Capt B decided to take the Air Van flight 45' north from Efate to catch the infamous event which happens only in April, May and June when the vines are flexible enough and the yams are busy growing! This bizarre and thrilling ritual is supposed to help the yams grow better! Who knows?? It sure must help the young men of this community stay fit and "pumped"! Take a look at some of these photos to get a sense of how awesome this experience can be! The entire village participates in one way or another...preparing the vines and the tower....dancing and singing to cheer the "jumpers" on....simply witnessing, as I did, with pride and amazement...digging the earth beneath the tower to help pad the landing....cheering from the sidelines....it's all just incredible! I understand, tho have not seen, that there is a U-Tube video of this event which may get you even more upfront and personal...check it out!! And enjoy some of our photos as a taste treat!! WoW!!
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Created 28 June 2009
On Captain Biscuits 59th birthday, BAHATI finally set sail from Opua and headed north toward Vanuatu. After 6 days at sea and some fast sailing we made the decision to divert to Noumea, New Caledonia as we faced a fuel tank issue and some on-going problems with the mainsail. We arrived in Noumea safely after a good passage tho fraught with squalls and confused seas. BAHATI and crew took it all in stride! And we managed to catch a lovely albacaore tuna, a nice face mahi-mahi, and a baracuda (who got away!) Many thanks to Russell Radio for their regular evening skeds and for alerting our relatives as to our whereabouts daily while en route.
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Created 13 June 2009
BAHATI and crew spent 2 weeks in Port Resolution... check-out these photos documenting our wonderful time there!
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A Final Visit to the South Island: Queenstown, Routeburn Track, Milford Sound....March 09
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Thanksgiving New Zealand Style, Saga Rose, Auckland Harbor Swim, "On the Hard" in West Park, Sailing to Waiheke, and Hiking in Taupo!
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In November, 2007 Bahati made the passage from Tonga to New Zealand. We hit some big weather. This gallery shows photos from the passage and from our time in the amazing islands of New Zealand.
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Bahati's first passages from Maine to the Caribbean
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