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... while just enjoying this tropical wonder.
One constant throughout all the islands we have visited has been one of friendliness and respect to us as visitors. They obviously appreciate the goodwill and support of their livelihood to their lives.
Thank you good ship Statendam and Crew for making this possible.
Next I will attempt to catch up with my blog – see you next on Fanning Island. ...
... to run. Once the full compliment of crew were up and breakfast was done, we dropped the Main, lowered the Boom to the deck and we went about effecting the repair using some sail repair tape supplied courtesy of our mentor Rob Dehaan, who foresaw such an eventuality might occur way back when we were in Porto Lindon in Panama and ensured we were prepared properly to deal with it.
With the full Main resurrected and flying once again, it was time to hoist our much ...
Rangiroa was one of the first Islands that we visited where we needed to get the tenders to the shore as there was no pier big enough for the ship. This was a bit of a new experience as hundreds of guests all gathered in the theatre and began queuing for magic coloured tickets to get a seat in one of the life boats to get ashore. I sure hope that in an emergency this is not the ...
... now to another group of islands - Tuamotu islands. They differ from others by their form - they look like rings that are sparse in the ocean. Inside such a ring there is a lagoon, and between the lagoon and the ocean there is a narrow strip of land with small villages and resorts (such islands are called atolls).
We enjoy snorkeling here: yesterday saw a shark - it is not dangerous but still frightening.
- We have just returned from a tour to the Blue Lagoon. It ...
Today we anchored at Ragiroa, another atoll in the Tuomotu group of islands. We got up at 6, just about the time our ship sailed through the Tiputa pass into the big lagoon. This is one of the largest lagoons in the world.
We met the Warrens around 8:15 and got on shore around 8:30. Ira had made the arrangement with Rangiroa Paradive for the snorkeling tour and we went with them. Originally the snorkeling tour included drift snorkeling through the ...