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... What skillful seamanship we observed – a perfect “10” passage. Bravo Zulu Captain Sybe de Boer and crew, Bravo Zulu!!!
After a leisurely breakfast, we boarded the next convenient tender (it’s so nice to be 4 **** Mariners and have tender privileges – no lines or tickets required)
Once ashore we dashed from shade to shade again to avoid the blistering tropical sun. ...
... of 30-40 hours and then be on our way to Tahiti where I will be reunited with my beautiful wife Tina and we will also be joined by our old “Sea Dog Mates” Clive and Mona.
Don’t visit Rangiroa expecting to see a large metropolis and Avitoru is not much more than a sleepy little village. Having said that, the spectacular, million dollar views over the lagoon certainly make it special and well worth the visit. Several hours after anchoring alone ...
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 ...
... 1051;агун 91;. Трудн 86; даже описа 90;ь наско 83;ько нам понра 74;илось. На фотог 88;афии с самол ...
... was closed until 2pm, and it was only 12:30 when we got there. There really was nothing much to do there. It was a nice resort - the only one on Rangiroa, I think. It has OWBs and nice swimming pools, a restaurant, gift shops, etc. But all shops were closed at noon time. There turned out to be 6 or 8 of us there from the ship. One of the ladies spoke with the receptionist who was kind enough to call a taxi for us. We waited for a while, the taxi ...
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