MV Shearwater

08 September 2013 | Kitchen Table
06 September 2013 | Admiralty Inlet
06 September 2013 | Mid Pacific
06 September 2013 | Off Oregon coast
06 September 2013 | Neah Bay
05 September 2013 | 47 42.7'N:125 27.6'W, 50nm from Wa entrance
04 September 2013 | 45 44.9'N:127 41.5'W, 197nm from Wa entrance
03 September 2013 | 43 51.3'N:130 07.0'W, 350nm from Wa entrance
02 September 2013 | 42 18.2'N:132 43.2'W, 498nm from Wa
01 September 2013 | 40 47.1'N:135 11.7'W, 636 nm from Wa
31 August 2013 | 40 23'N:138 20'W, 754 nm from Wa
30 August 2013 | 39 42.4'N:141 25.8'W, 882nm from Wa
29 August 2013 | 38 50.3'N:144 27.3'W, 1021nm from Wa
28 August 2013 | 37 18.7'N:146 40.4'W, 1160 nm from Wa
27 August 2013 | 34 41.2'N:148 30.1'W, 1292 nm from Wa
26 August 2013 | 34 11.0'N:150 23.5'W, 1420 nm from Wa
25 August 2013 | 32 25.1'N:152 21.8'W, 1565nm from Wa
24 August 2013 | 27 25.9'N:153 57.0'W, 1706 nm from Wa
23 August 2013 | 27 25.9'N:153 57.0'W, 1893 nm from Wa
23 August 2013 | 24 57.9'N:154 31.8'W, NE of Hawaii

Dry land

17 April 2013 | Subic bay, Philippines
David C
At 1510h after notifying Subic Bay port authority and Subic bay Yacht club we motored past Grande Island and around to the marina. My fractured radio talk cracked up my crew, two of whom are professional pilots, one of whom is a serious HAM radio operator, and the other two are retired police. Sierra, Hotel, Echo, Alpha, Romeo, Whiskey, Alpha, Tango, Echo, Romeo. (Shearwater) Another skill to master.

Anyway we rounded the corner and slid into a slip where we tied up and waited for the port authority to come. Quarantine, Customs, and Immigration officials all showed up to the boat and we had to wait until all forms were signed and papers verified from Hong Kong. They wer all very pleasant and gave us tips for where to eat, get SIM cards, and boat supplies.

Ray Wolfe, our surveyor showed up to say hello. We will take care of a couple of lingering boat issues here and then head out for a trip through the Philippine Islands and out into the Pacific for a 5 day leg to Palau. Stay tuned! BTW, it was 95 degrees on the boat when we cam back from dinner. Thank goodness for generators and air conditioning.
Comments
Vessel Name: Shearwater
Vessel Make/Model: Seahorse Marine Diesel duck 462
Hailing Port: Avatiu, Cook Islands
Crew: Dave C, Dave N, Roger R, Wade B John M, Mark R
Shearwater's Photos - Main
9 Photos
Created 11 June 2013
11 Photos
Created 31 May 2013
Different colors of the ocean
15 Photos
Created 27 May 2013
17 Photos
Created 11 May 2013
Selected pics from trip official photographer and videographer
10 Photos
Created 28 April 2013
7 Photos
Created 24 April 2013
Fun with hydraulics
6 Photos
Created 12 April 2013
Crew trying on survival suits
4 Photos
Created 11 April 2013
From Build to Hong Kong
6 Photos
Created 24 March 2013

Who: Dave C, Dave N, Roger R, Wade B John M, Mark R
Port: Avatiu, Cook Islands