18 August 2018 | Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
09 August 2018 | Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
09 August 2018 | Santa Cruz (Ndendo) Island, Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
01 August 2018 | Utupua Island, Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
25 July 2018 | Vanikoro Islands, Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
17 July 2018
17 July 2018
17 July 2018
17 July 2018
14 July 2018
14 July 2018
14 July 2018
10 July 2018 | Lata, Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
29 June 2018 | The Duff Islands, Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
29 June 2018 | The Duff Islands, Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
29 June 2018 | The Duff Islands, Temotu Province, Solomon Islands
19 June 2018 | Tanga, Fenualoa, Reef Islands
07 June 2018 | Lata, Ndendo, Santa Cruz Islands, Solomon Islands
05 June 2018 | 150 miles NW of Espiritu Santo (Vanuatu)

High and dry in Brisbane

07 January 2018 | Redland City Marina, Brisbane, Australia
On a marginal high tide we managed to navigate Monkey Fist up the Eprapah Creek to Redland City Marina ......I think when we relaunch we'll do so on a bit higher tide.

It's the first time that we've been hauled out using a Sea Lift and I must say that we were both very impressed. We felt Monkey Fist was very safe and at the same time handled with kid gloves.

Our plan is to leave Monkey Fist out the water while we drive to Tasmania and along the way do some fund raising and presentations. If any one would like a presentation at your club or for any group, just contact us via our website, we'd be more than happy to oblige. Upon our return in early April we'll start preparing Monkey Fist for the Eyeglass Assist project to the Solomon Islands.

A huge thank you to Ken, Lauren and staff at Redland City Marina for their support of Eyeglass Assist as well as their professional approach to their work.
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Vessel Name: Monkey Fist
Vessel Make/Model: Jeanneau 43DS
Hailing Port: Darwin
Crew: Paul and Frances Tudor-Stack
About: After spending over 20 years in the NT Paul and Frances returned to the sea in 2008. Their first trip was into the Pacific via West Papua and over the top of PNG and then back to Australia where they sold their old traditional boat "Sea Spray" and bought "Monkey Fist"
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