Tahiti is a land of strange encounters. After the somewhat reclusive life we have been accustomed to on the islands and even if it is our second time around we are still in shock. Indeed, once you set foot on land you
We got lucky and picked up the right weather window, we had the wind on the side or ¾ rear all the way from 12-20 knots. Letitgo took less than two days to travel this last passage with Benjamin (286 nm in
We have just had an incredible week since our arrival yet it is time to allow Letitgo to glide smoothly on the water again; for the weather forecast indicates good wind on our favour. In the mean time we have kept busy,
We arrived in Ahe a few days ago and thoroughly enjoyed our reunion with our friends, the welcome was wonderful the kids have grown and the beauty of it all is unchanged. The sun is out and there is an anti cyclone
Here we are at sea again, two days of wonderfully sailing with the wind coming from behind in speed of 8-15 knots with a following sea. The best of condition so far, that propelled us 257 nm in 48 hours without engine.
One by one, and ever so gently we have pulled ourselves out of our dearest Vaitahu, we are on schedule to leave today, we still have to raise the anchor and we should be underway around 2:00pm Monday 09th of May. Apae
Time has come forecastly (don’t even bother to look for that one in the dictionary) (planned would be the best translation…), for us to set sail on Monday. The wind is supposed to comeback after a month of total calm just as
This week has been busy; the word is in town we are starting to prepare to say good-bye. But first there were still few things to cross off the agenda that we had kept on the back burner for so long. Firstly,