Monthly Archives: September 2001

Bonjour from New Caledonia

We arrived at Port Moselle in the city of Noumea on Monday afternoon after an excellent day sail from Baie du Prony. Prony is situated on the south end of Grand Terre, the main island of New Caledonia. We had … Continue reading

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The New “Day of Infamy”

We received the news of the terrorist attacks on America just as we were ready to weigh anchor in Lamen Bay, on the island of Epi and sail toward Port Vila on the island of Efate. I picked up email … Continue reading

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Vanuatu: Aore, Epi, Espiritu Santo and Malakula Islands

We spent four busy days moored off the shore of the lovely little Aore Resort while we took care of business in Luganville, just across Segond Channel from Aore. After a month in “the boonies,” we needed to catch … Continue reading

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The Banks Islands-Part 2

It would be difficult to pass judgment on which island in Vanuatu is the most beautiful. The variety of geography offers something for everyone. We, however found Gaua, the southernmost of the Banks Island group, particularly alluring. The north and … Continue reading

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