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
29 August 2012 | Bora Bora
We cleared out of Bora Bora today and should leave during the next favorable weather window tomorrow or the day after. We have loved our time in these islands and both feel it was all to brief, but we'll be back at some point in the future. I'm still working on the Mrs for a second lap around but not sure that will happen.
After clearing out today we stopped in at Ricks (Bloody Marys) for a final lunch and he gave us a pile of paperbacks to read after he heard we were low on our reading material.
Future cruisers should consider staying at their mooring balls. Yes the food can be pricey, but they make no demands that you spend your days there, in fact on our first day they said we could stay for two weeks and they wouldn't care, and hoped they could get us anything we needed including all the water, ice and trash we could use. The moorings are protected from the winds and the field is flat calm when BBYC and the other one (forget the name but its the only other one) are bouncing in wind waves. We also love that a dingy ride from here gets you to all parts of interest on the island; within half an hour ride, we could be in downtown, we fed rays, sharks, swam the coral gardens, and could have swam the mantas. Do give this mooring (under 50 tons) a consideration.
We are heading to Tonga but weather permitting we may make stops on the way at Palmerston or/and Nuie or/and Suwarrow. If we have no stops it should take around two weeks.