Dream Maker Two's Travels

Vessel Name: Dream Maker Two
Vessel Make/Model: Fountaine Pajot
Hailing Port: Lake Maquarie
Crew: Dean Osborne, Wendy Osborne, Shayla Osborne, Tayah Osborne
About: Dream Maker 2 is a family of 4. Two kids, Shayla who is 14 years old and Tayah is 10 years old. Dean is the captain and wendy is the 1st mate.
Extra: Dream Maker 2 is a 40 foot fountaine pajot catamaran made in 2007. It is a beautiful boat and we love it very much
28 August 2015 | Lembata Regency
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28 August 2015 | Lembata Regency

"Wonderful Sail 2 Indonesia" Rally

Dream Maker 2 joined the Wonderful Sail 2 Indonesia rally, we arrived in Cairns (where the rally met up) on the 17th of July. We are now in Lembata - Indonesia but the places we have been so far in Indonesia have been just beautiful. Debut was our first port in Indonesia, we were welcomed by everyone in the villages and had lots of photos taken. We travelled with "Allure of NZ and "Flour Girl" the whole way to Indonesia, it was a almost 6 day passage but was definetley worth the sail to get here. There was lots of festivities in Debut like tours, gala dinners, regency dinners and lunches prepared specially for the rally. The people are just amazing and will do anything to make your time in Indonesia easier and better for everyone. The next place we went too was Banda, in Banda there was a massive volcano we walked all the way to the top with the people off some of the other boats like Flour Girl, Allure and Smart Choice. It took us 4 hours to get to the top and about 3 hours to get back down, it was worth it when we got to the top though. In Banda there was also lots of festivities like singing and dancing and lots of speeches and photos which was nice , we found a place with free internet so we could send off some emails and school work. Next Stop - Namrole. Namrole was a beautiful place full of beautiful people and places. We had lots of gala dinners and got invited personally to the governments house with the other boat "Allure of NZ", they gave us gifts like rings, bracelets and we all exchanged facebook names. People are so giving even though they don't have much themselves. We have done lots of amazing things like going on a tour to lots of different villages in Namrole, we were all welcomed in nicely and were urged by many for photos. Next place we went to was Wakatobi regency - Wanci Wanci. The snorkelling and scuba diving was amazing on the beautiful coral reefs surrounding the island. In wakatobi Tayah and Shayla both got on the back of police motorbikes and got driven around the town and back to the boats, in return to them we took them for a sail on our boat out to a reef to do some snorkelling. Allure and Flour Girl also came. The police men were really nice people and spent there days off taking us on there motorbikes showing us around. They gave us beautiful gifts and a hand made jewellery box. They also made us this amazing photo album full of photos of the time we spent with them. They were the nicest men and did everything to make our stay enjoyable. They took us to a coconut plantation farm and invited us to come and visit there police station, although we didn't end up going to the police station we still had a good time with them in those few days. We are now in the Lembata regency, it is a nice place but there isn't any tours or anything here, it is just a normal village. They have held lots of festivities though, like gala dinners and bus island tours. Today we are heading out to the reef just outside of Lembata.

"Wonderful Sail 2 Indonesia" Rally

28 August 2015 | Lembata Regency
Shayla Osborne
Dream Maker 2 joined the Wonderful Sail 2 Indonesia rally, we arrived in Cairns (where the rally met up) on the 17th of July. We are now in Lembata - Indonesia but the places we have been so far in Indonesia have been just beautiful. Debut was our first port in Indonesia, we were welcomed by everyone in the villages and had lots of photos taken. We travelled with "Allure of NZ and "Flour Girl" the whole way to Indonesia, it was a almost 6 day passage but was definetley worth the sail to get here. There was lots of festivities in Debut like tours, gala dinners, regency dinners and lunches prepared specially for the rally. The people are just amazing and will do anything to make your time in Indonesia easier and better for everyone. The next place we went too was Banda, in Banda there was a massive volcano we walked all the way to the top with the people off some of the other boats like Flour Girl, Allure and Smart Choice. It took us 4 hours to get to the top and about 3 hours to get back down, it was worth it when we got to the top though. In Banda there was also lots of festivities like singing and dancing and lots of speeches and photos which was nice , we found a place with free internet so we could send off some emails and school work. Next Stop - Namrole. Namrole was a beautiful place full of beautiful people and places. We had lots of gala dinners and got invited personally to the governments house with the other boat "Allure of NZ", they gave us gifts like rings, bracelets and we all exchanged facebook names. People are so giving even though they don't have much themselves. We have done lots of amazing things like going on a tour to lots of different villages in Namrole, we were all welcomed in nicely and were urged by many for photos. Next place we went to was Wakatobi regency - Wanci Wanci. The snorkelling and scuba diving was amazing on the beautiful coral reefs surrounding the island. In wakatobi Tayah and Shayla both got on the back of police motorbikes and got driven around the town and back to the boats, in return to them we took them for a sail on our boat out to a reef to do some snorkelling. Allure and Flour Girl also came. The police men were really nice people and spent there days off taking us on there motorbikes showing us around. They gave us beautiful gifts and a hand made jewellery box. They also made us this amazing photo album full of photos of the time we spent with them. They were the nicest men and did everything to make our stay enjoyable. They took us to a coconut plantation farm and invited us to come and visit there police station, although we didn't end up going to the police station we still had a good time with them in those few days. We are now in the Lembata regency, it is a nice place but there isn't any tours or anything here, it is just a normal village. They have held lots of festivities though, like gala dinners and bus island tours. Today we are heading out to the reef just outside of Lembata.
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