At anchor. Rocking and Rolling. After a day of light winds got 20 knots and 4 foot seas on approach. Still blowing. Hope ot will calm down after sunset. Fair winds and following seas 🙂
ETA tonight. 1 POB + XO the Wonder Cat. With Chandara, Gambol, Kinabalu, Vague A Bond, Indigo II, Sedna. Fair winds and following seas 🙂
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At anchor in Weir Bay, Indonesia. All safe. Saw pictures of the hurricane hole in Tortilla, BVI. Lots of charter boats wrecked. My thoughts go out to all who have been hurt and wishing luck to those in the path. Fair winds and following seas 🙂
My dinghy just collapsed. All three tubes are not holding air. I guess it had a good run. So, another $4,000 to $5,000 unplanned expense. Complicated by the fact that it is near impossible to buy a new one in Indonesia. Not to mention the 70% tariff. The good news is that I am still on the Wonderful Sail 2 Indonesia Rally so I can grab rides. Fair winds and following seas 🙂 My thoughts are with those in the path of the hurricane.