Hidden Haul Outs In the South Pacific

It seems appropriate that as we FINALLY leave the boatyard here in the Philippines a round-up of yards that we have used and discovered on our travels through the South Pacific is published in Cruising World Magazine.

Ready to Launch, Papaya Yacht Services, Philippines

If you are looking for a place to do work, hide during cyclone season or store the boat while you enjoys the spoils of land back home (or at work) this one is chocked full of info about boatyard in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.

However, anyone that owns a boat knows that just because you leave the boatyard doesn’t mean that the work is over!

I am happy to report that we are afloat and it feels great. But, we still a few issues to iron out. NO surprise considering the scope of work that was carried out engine wise. As we wait for the boat to settle so we can do the final alignment, and a few parts to be sourced, we are happy to get the boat, and ourselves, organized and prepared for the next leg of the journey, and to enjoy the view.

Morning Coffee Views Sans Boatyard

Love,

H&S

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Paul Manoli says:

    Very informative. Thank you, Paul KB1NCD 73 .

    1. Heather Francis says:

      No worries Paul, glad to pass on helpful info!

  2. Em says:

    Hurrah! So much hard work has been put in by you both. Here’s to being afloat and to an incredible journey ahead! Love the map-tracking feature you have to watch Kate’s next path of adventure from afar. 💛

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