HAPPY IN HA’APAI

Last night we anchored at Haano Island in the late afternoon.  I was thankful for a fast sail that enabled us to anchor before the sun went down.  Haano is a sheltered anchorage and we went quite close in to the reef to find ten meters of water to anchor in.  Not a place to … Continue reading HAPPY IN HA’APAI

RUNNING SOUTH TO HA’APAI GROUP

I awoke this morning to find a stiff north-east breeze blowing into Tapana Lagoon.  Perfect for our trip south to the Ha’apai Group, some sixty-five miles distant.  We dropped our mooring at seven, said our farewells to Steve and scuttled out of Tapana under half a jib at six knots. As we progressed south the … Continue reading RUNNING SOUTH TO HA’APAI GROUP