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04 June 2016 | 22 12'N:159 30'W, Hanalei Bay
04 June 2016 | 22 21'N:159 50'W, Hanalei Bay
19 February 2015 | 03 54'N:092 42'W, 297 miles to Galapagos
11 February 2015 | 15 54'N:100 45'W, Departed Ixtapa and heading to Galapagos
06 February 2015 | 18 01'N:103 55'W, Heading to Ixtapa
04 February 2015 | 19 27'N:107 23'W, Off the coast of Mexico still!
03 February 2015 | 21 08'N:109 26'W, Past Cabo, coming up on Puerto Vallarta 200nm off shore
02 February 2015 | 22 03'N:110 30'W, Still passing Cabo!
01 February 2015 | 23 28'N:112 25'W, About to pass Cabo San Lucas
31 January 2015 | 24 48'N:113 59'W, Baha, California
31 January 2015 | 25 21'N:114 35'W, Baha, California
30 January 2015 | 26 29'N:115 51'W, Baha, California
29 January 2015 | 27 47'N:116 56'W, Baha, California
28 January 2015 | 29 06'N:117 24'W, Baha, California
28 January 2015 | 29 43'N:117 33'W, Baha, California
27 January 2015 | 31 43'N:117 28'W, Farewell to San Diego
20 January 2015 | Scripps Institution of Oceanography
31 December 2014 | Ft Lauderdale, Florida

Day 01 Hawaii to Seattle

04 June 2016 | 22 12'N:159 30'W, Hanalei Bay
Terry
Correcting Libby's position

Day 01 Hawaii to Seattle

04 June 2016 | 22 21'N:159 50'W, Hanalei Bay
Terry
After two wonderful relaxing days in Kapa'a with my wife Dena, I am now ready to accompany Libby to the Pacific North West. I often think that should be stated the Pacific North East! It looks like Desire will also leave today with the rest of our Aloha fleet departing over the next coupl of days. Our first "vessel under way" check in on the SSB Aloha net will be at 02:00 UTC on 8173 Khz and at 02:15 on 4417 Khz.

Day 23

19 February 2015 | 03 54'N:092 42'W, 297 miles to Galapagos
Terry
Our main blog is now at www.svlibby.com. Please visit for daily updates on SV Libby and her crew. I will make the odd post to Sailblogs and FaceBook. We have been very good at not just fishing for he sake of fishing although a freezer full of Mahi Mahi has been on my mind for a few days. So I decided to drop a line in this morning as we motor through the DoldrumsÉ. People pay a lot of money to catch Blue Marlin like this one which was over 6 feet long! We now consider them a nuisance fish that are getting in the way of good eating Mahi Mahi! The fight was rather good though. Video to be posted on www.svlibby.com once we make land. This one was relased and swam off sulking! I will not fish again until we head to the Marquesas.
Vessel Name: Libby
Vessel Make/Model: Amel Super Maramu
Hailing Port: St. Croix
Crew: Dena and Terry Singh
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SV Libby

Who: Dena and Terry Singh
Port: St. Croix