We had pretty big seas but the crossing from Cooks was good.
We have spent a couple of good days here but now it is time to head on.
The spot doesn't seem to be working so don't expect to see any posts.
See you in Samoa.
Today we are heading to warmer places in the south pacific.
We will post if we can.
We will take our spot with us so hopefully you can follow our progress from the Cook Islands to Nuie then to Tonga and finally to Western Samoa.
From there we will fly to Hawaii where I will hop on Red Heather to bring her back to Squamish.
Everyone have a great couple of months.
Over the past couple of months we have been hard at work on Sea Rover II. We got the rigging done, cleaned up the hull, fixed the rudder, serviced 9 seacocks, 2 stuffing boxes and put in a full new instrument package. I will have a number of posts on what was done in a separate section. More to come when we have time.