Voyages

These are the voyages of the sailing vessel, Wings.

27 June 2022 | Home
30 September 2021 | Home in Anchorage
16 September 2021 | Pension Tiare Nui
12 September 2021 | Pension Tiare anui
10 September 2021 | Pension Tiare Nui
09 September 2021 | Pension Tiare Nui
05 September 2021 | Raiatea
03 September 2021 | Raiatea
01 September 2021 | Apu Bay, Taha'a
31 August 2021 | Apu Bay
28 August 2021 | Bora Bora
22 August 2021 | Bora Bora
21 August 2021 | Bora Bora
20 August 2021 | Now, Bora Bora
15 August 2021 | Faaroa Bay, Raiatea
14 August 2021 | Fare, Huahine
10 August 2021 | Avea Bay
01 August 2021 | Pension Tiare Nui
30 July 2021 | Pension Tiare Nui
27 July 2021 | Pension Tiare Nui

Update

06 April 2013 | Offshore
Bill
All are well. We're definitely a team now, everyone shouldering a part of the burden of daily chores. The re-worked spinnaker pole did not work out as hoped. so we're now working to free a frozen piece on the pole and hope that at some point we can use it. Our much anticipated whisker pole is stored for the duration. Grrrrr.

We broke 2000 nm to Nuku Hiva this morning. Solar is producing and water generator cranking away. We've suffered a few more equipment breakdowns that I'll try to repair. Jeez, you'd think that we had done no preparation. Winds are steady and a bit stronger than yesterday. Winds are predicted to turn to the east a bit and that will allow us to deploy the jib and increase speed a bit.

Each morning we awaken to a 1/2 dozen dead flying fish and few cuttlefish on deck. They fly on at night and expire. An odd habit, that. We had no wind yesterday and clouds prevented solar panels from helping so we had to run the engine for a few hours to charge batteries and make some speed. We'll do well enough today not to repeat.
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Vessel Name: Wings
Vessel Make/Model: Passport 40
Hailing Port: Anchorage, Alaska
Crew: William Ennis and Constance Livsey
About: We've been married since 1991, and both retired from our respective jobs (teacher and attorney) after long careers. We live in the most exotic of the United States: Alaska. We cruise on Wings for half the year, enjoying our home state the other part of the year.
Extra:
We've sailed Wings Southward from Alaska since August, 2010. We joined the BajaHaha from SoCal to Mexico in 2012. We joined the Pacific Puddle Jump in 2013 and crossed the Pacific Ocean. Wings "over-summered" in French Polynesia. We continued our journey through western French Polynesia, [...]
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