5. Panama to Tahiti Photos to Marquesas April 2, 2015 ZekeTheSailor 7 Comments Drifter buoy about to be deployed, to help gather sea and weather data. Tear in screecher Awnings are essential equipment Two spinnakers give us an extra quarter knot, maybe, but keep us entertained for hours! This looks like a photo of nothing but if you zoom in you can see a whole school of flying fish. If you zoom in on this one you can see Tahawus on the horizon. Squalls Approaching Hiva Oa Blue Wind and Tahawus next to us in harbor. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
7 thoughts on “Photos to Marquesas”
I really enjoy how your photos show what you had been describing so well in your previous posts. Excellent combo, one reinforcing the other.
GR8 PIC’S AS ALWAYS, I CAN ALMOST SMELL THE SALT
GOTTA ‘KICK ‘ OUTTA’ THE FOOT:)
Zeke, thank you for capturing the beauty of creation in all these stunning photos from the past month. The glorious skies, the beaches, the wildlife, the exquisitely detailed birds–they all seem almost fictional from the Lewiston-winter-city perspective. Happy Easter to you and the crew!
These are lovely photos, Zeke! If you happen to think about it, I’d love some samples of the barnacle shells you collect on your hull! Probably you don’t have space or time to pop a few in a Baggie and write down where they came from, but if you did I’d be so delighted. Just thought I’d mention it.
Zeke!! Your pictures are welcome. It is SO great to hear where you are and actually see some of the places. Continued good sailing! Rob