21 November 2015 | Vuda Point Marina, Fiji Islands
03 November 2015 | Savu Savu, Fiji
23 October 2015 | Savu Savu, Fiji
29 June 2015 | Musket Cove, Malolo Lai Lai Island, Fiji
12 June 2015 | Musket Cove Marina, Malolo Lai Lai Island, Fiji
19 September 2014 | Musket Cove, Malolo Lai Lai, Fiji
05 September 2014 | Musket Cove, Malolo Lai Lai Island, Fiji
17 August 2014 | Musket Cove, Malolo Lai Lai Island, Fiji
26 July 2014 | Savusavu, Vanua Levu Island, Fiji
06 July 2014 | Nananu-i-ra Island, Viti Levu, Fiji
04 July 2014 | Nananu-i-ra Island, Viti Levu, Fiji
01 July 2014 | 17 23.614S:177 '47.72E
30 June 2014 | Port Denarau Marina, Fiji
25 June 2014 | Musket Cove, Malolo Lai Lai, Fiji
29 May 2014 | Port Denerau Marina, Fiji
21 May 2014 | Malolo Lai Lai Island, Fiji
19 May 2014 | Musket Cove, Malolo Lai Lai, Fiji
23 April 2014 | Musket Cove, Malolo Lai Lai Island, Fiji
08 April 2014 | Port Denarau Marina, Fiji
05 March 2014 | Vuda Marina, Fiji
A tasty world record
17 April 2012 | La Cruz, Banderas Bay, MX
A few days ago we were talking with the crew of a deep sea fishing charter boat (Journeyman) about the different systems and working conditions aboard, and the usual discussion of sailboat living versus luxury powerboat living. During this they said they were on their way out for a 10 day charter and wished us well, as we had told them we would be on our way upon their return. Us being us, of course we are still here when they return, so they brought us bags of booty. FRESH FISH !!
During their trip, they caught Mahi and Yellowfin Tuna and unlike our offshore luck, they were able to set a world record for largest Yellowfin tuna ever caught with a rod and reel...over 400lbs!!
They brought us 2 bags of Mahi steaks and a 5 lb tenderloin of tuna. We ate 2lbs of the mahi steaks last night and it was scrumptious! Now mama is prepping some tuna for lunch and dinner. This is nothing like typical store bought tuna, it has a sweet flavor and taste nothing like fish.
As for milk run status, we are looking at early next week if the winds come up a little. The winds are predicted to be very light as of now. While we carry over a hundred gallons of diesel, it would take us around 500 gallons to motor there so we need a few kts of wind during the 2600 miles.