sailing pacific

15 February 2011 | Panama
14 February 2011 | Panama
15 November 2010 | Portobello
26 October 2010 | West Lemmons
26 October 2010 | San Blas
10 September 2010
04 September 2010
04 September 2010
04 September 2010
14 July 2010 | Spanish Waters
15 June 2010 | Spanish Waters
15 June 2010 | Spanish Waters
02 June 2010 | Salinas
02 June 2010 | Sun Bay
02 June 2010
19 May 2010 | Ensenada Honda
15 May 2010 | Archipelago Culebra
11 May 2010 | Ensenada Honda
06 May 2010 | Culebra
04 May 2010 | USVI

Last weeks Curacao

04 September 2010
Gaynor
LAST WEEKS IN CURACAO 22nd August 2010

Our stay in Curacao is coming to an end but it has been very enjoyable what with the happy hour at Normans's Bar every Friday evening and having met new friends in the anchorage. The important jobs are done and Vossie seems to have mended well.
Last week we paid a visit to a Mexican training schooner in Willemstad who had an open boat for a few days. It was very impressive and obviously a lot of spit and polish keep the trainees busy as it was spotless and gleaming . They flew a HUGE flag like a kite to keep it open, almost as big as the boat. That was a very interesting outing.
We have checked out and have moved to Santa Cruz bay up the coast. We spent two nights here left 6.00 am on the 23rd for our trip to Aruba, more to the west. Leaving from here makes the trip a manageable day trip. A very quiet bay and sitting having breakfast in the cockpit watching wild green parrots flying around, plus pelicans and other wild life, reminds us what a pleasure life can be and how lucky we are to be able to sail to different places .

LAST WEEKS IN CURACAO 22nd August 2010

Our stay in Curacao is coming to an end but it has been very enjoyable what with the happy hour at Normans's Bar every Friday evening and having met new friends in the anchorage. The important jobs are done and Vossie seems to have mended well.
Last week we paid a visit to a Mexican training schooner in Willemstad who had an open boat for a few days. It was very impressive and obviously a lot of spit and polish keep the trainees busy as it was spotless and gleaming . They flew a HUGE flag like a kite to keep it open, almost as big as the boat. That was a very interesting outing.
We have checked out and have moved to Santa Cruz bay up the coast. We spent two nights here left 6.00 am on the 23rd for our trip to Aruba, more to the west. Leaving from here makes the trip a manageable day trip. A very quiet bay and sitting having breakfast in the cockpit watching wild green parrots flying around, plus pelicans and other wild life, reminds us what a pleasure life can be and how lucky we are to be able to sail to different places .

LAST WEEKS IN CURACAO 22nd August 2010

Our stay in Curacao is coming to an end but it has been very enjoyable what with the happy hour at Normans's Bar every Friday evening and having met new friends in the anchorage. The important jobs are done and Vossie seems to have mended well.
Last week we paid a visit to a Mexican training schooner in Willemstad who had an open boat for a few days. It was very impressive and obviously a lot of spit and polish keep the trainees busy as it was spotless and gleaming . They flew a HUGE flag like a kite to keep it open, almost as big as the boat. That was a very interesting outing.
We have checked out and have moved to Santa Cruz bay up the coast. We spent two nights here left 6.00 am on the 23rd for our trip to Aruba, more to the west. Leaving from here makes the trip a manageable day trip. A very quiet bay and sitting having breakfast in the cockpit watching wild green parrots flying around, plus pelicans and other wild life, reminds us what a pleasure life can be and how lucky we are to be able to sail to different places .
Comments
Vessel Name: Talacam
Vessel Make/Model: Sampson C Farer
Hailing Port: Durban / StMaarten
Crew: Gaynor
About: She is my wife. AND the admiral.
Extra: we are currently in St Maarten getting the boat ready for the rest of the journey. Cuba,Caymans,Belize,Honduras,Nicaragua,Costa Rica, Panama and San Blas. Then through the Panama and into the Pacific. Ultimately OZ or NZ.
Talacam's Photos - Main
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22 Photos | 1 Sub-Album
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Vossie {Vorster}

Who: Gaynor
Port: Durban / StMaarten