Hedonism

09 February 2020
28 January 2020
23 January 2019 | Rotoava
06 January 2019 | Fakarava
28 October 2018
14 October 2018 | Papeete, Tahiti
19 August 2018 | 16 06.30'S:142 22.78'W, Rarioa, French Polynesia
30 July 2018 | 16 06.30'S:142 22.78'W, Nuku Hiva
25 May 2018 | 08 54.93'S:140 05.9'W, Nuku Hiva
07 May 2018 | 08 54.93'S:140 05.9'W, Arrived; Nuku Hiva
20 April 2018 | 08 33.9'S:134 14.2'W, ~380 nm east of Nuku Hiva
16 April 2018 | 07 18.45'S:120 44.3'W, ~1100 nm east of Nuku Hiva
13 April 2018 | 07 36.2'S:114 05.1'W, 2733 miles west of Panama
12 April 2018 | 07 33.1'S:111 23.7'W, ~ 1800 NMiles East of Nuku Hiva
09 April 2018 | 07 40.1'S:102 33.2'W, ~ 2200 NMiles East of Nuku Hiva
09 April 2018 | 07 01.5'S:097 10.6'W, W of the Galapagos Islands

Still in Nuku Hiva - Photos Posted!

25 May 2018 | 08 54.93'S:140 05.9'W, Nuku Hiva
Bob
May 25, 2018

Still in Nuku Hiva! Waiting on parts has taken a while. The water maker motor that we sent to Tahiti for a rebuild still was not working correctly, it would overheat after an hour or so. Finally last Friday our parts came in except they sent an incorrect part in the batch. It was actually labeled wrong at the supplier. We did get a refund and got to keep the �"extra part�" but we are left waiting again. There could be worse places to wait though. The new water maker motor did come in so we are up and running in the water department. While we have been waiting we have toured the island and also sailed to a couple of other anchorages. Both nice but Anaho Bay on the north side is really something and the only coral reef on the island. And no rocking all night long since Panama! There are lots of baby Black Tip reef sharks as well as others swam around us in about 4�" of water when the tide is out. The hiking trails were also great and the place is exceptionally clean. We hiked up and over the hill to the next bay eating Mangoes as we hiked. They are everywhere! We met a couple of guys on another boat here and we did the hike together. They made homemade Mango Ice Cream and brought some over for us. It was so good Laurie made some too since we had about 20 mangoes on board! We have a ton of photos but the internet is so �"thin�" we are not able to upload much. I am trying to upload 64 photos as I write this. All photos have been �"downsized�" to make the upload faster but at this moment, it has been over an hour and it is only 1/3 done. Not sure if it will complete. I am trying now as there is no one else here at the internet café right now. Regardless, it is slow as there is only a single Link off the island for phone, internet and TV. We are planning on heading back to Anaho Bay tomorrow to work on the boat, climb the mast in calm water, hike and laze around while waiting for our �"last package�". After that we will be heading south to other islands in the Marquesas and then on to the Tuamotus Islands, all 100+ of them! They are the Atolls of French Polynesia where we will need to enter �"passes�" into the Atoll during slack tides. That should be fun! So, the first upload of the photos just finished. It has been 2 ½ hours. These photos are of the crossing only. It may be a while before we can actually upload more! One photo �"bonked�" and did not upload so there are now 63 new photos in our album.
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Vessel Name: Hedonism
Vessel Make/Model: Outbound '46
Hailing Port: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Crew: Bob and Laurie Mackie
About: Retired
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He-don-ism (hí:d'nįzəm) n. the doctrine that pleasure is the highest good and that moral duty is fulfilled through the pursuit of pleasure. After sailing Superior and Northern Lake Huron for the past 9 years, it's time to cut the ties and explore further. We left Barkers Island Marina on [...]
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