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Kamchatka

We are well on our way to Japan by the time you read this.  We have been out for three nights and have two to go.  I expect we will arrive in Hokkaido by late Monday or early Tuesday.

Russia was actually fun for us.  Completely the oppo…

Arrival in Hokkaido, Japan

I am happy to announce that we have arrived and are “sitting pretty” in our berth in Hokkaido, Japan marking one of the final legs of the Great Siberian Sushi Run. It was quite a long passage from Kamchatka, Russia but not the longest we have ever mad…

Mad Sunday is being commissioned….

Well it has been a really busy couple of weeks for us but the important news is that Mad Sunday arrived safely and is now is the midst of the commissioning process.  We are currently in Malvern attending a week of events around the Centenary of Morgan…

From Russia with Love…

3900 plus sea miles and counting since our departure April 19, 2009 from Seattle, WA…we delighted in SE Alaska’s beautiful Inside Passage, survived the Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea & the Aleutians which, by the way has the worst weather in the wo…

From Russia with Love…

3900 plus sea miles and counting since our departure April 19, 2009 from Seattle, WA…we delighted in SE Alaska’s beautiful Inside Passage, survived the Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea & the Aleutians which, by the way has the worst weather in the wo…

Arrival in Kamchatka, Russia

 

Nothing big to report here.  Just a shortie to let everyone know that we arrived safely in Kamchatka, Russia from Attu.  It was 3 days but in REALLY NICE weather.  By that I mean calm seas.  It was still somewhat foggy and a bit cool, but we…

Attu, part two

We are now several hundreds of miles to the West of Attu, the last of the Aleutian Islands and have crossed the International Date Line.  That itself is kind of weird as just prior to crossing the Dateline, at Noon, it was Thursday.  A few mi…

Stuck in Adak, AK

A recap leading up to our arrival into Adak, Alaska –
Dutch Harbor, AK – The day our last crew member Pat Davis arrived was the last day we enjoyed the elusive sunny weather. Taking full advantage of this unusual sunny day, we hiked ‘Bunker’s H…

China to London

We had 2 births and a 30th Birthday in 2008. The first birth was Dave’s new boat, Segue II. Technically, it was delivered to Florida in October of 2007, but she was not quite ready for a sea voyage till March of 2008. The first voyage was through th…