Voyage of SV Sea Star
Sea Star Voyage | home
Homeward leg | Panama to Mexico | Grenada to ABC's | Atlantic crossing | Spanish Family | Portugal | Bay of Biscay | Ireland and London | Isle of Man | Castles and Lake District | Arrival in Scotland | Norway | Germany and Denmark | Belgium and Holland | Heading north | Final Days in Paris | Vimy Memorial | Winter in the City of Light | Christmas in Paris | St. Jean to Paris by canal | Visit Home | Up the French Canals | More Italian adventures | Italy | Greece | Turkey | Cyprus | Battle up the Red Sea | Oman | Looking for family roots | Passage to India | Surviving the Tsunami | Thailand | Malaysia | Leaving Indonesia for Singapore | Arriving in Indonesia | Leaving Australia | Sailing with friends | Yamba | Cruising the Oz Coast | Christmas Down Under | Maps | Kids page | New Caledonia to Australia | Vanuatu | Fiji | Wallis Island | Samoa | Canton Island | Hawaii | Leaving Canada | About Us | The boat | Contact Us
After a week in Savaii Island we said goodbye to fellow Quadra sailors on Tess as they headed to Tonga.
Tess leaving Savaii for Tonga
We left soon after and spent two nights at sea before arriving at Wallis Island. Our digital charts and our paper charts had a difference of opinion as to the location of the reef passage. When we finally located the pass we got a line around our prop, so turned around and headed out to sea to sort out the problem. The skipper went overboard with a knife and snorkel,trying not to get bonked on the head as the boat bounced in the waves. When the prop was free we entered the pass on an ebb tide, bucking a three knot current with whirlpools. We finally anchored off Gahe in 7 meters and had a well-earned nap.Plans are to stay almost a week and then head on to Fiji for more boat repairs. The joys of cruising.
Joys of a French territory
Visiting ancient ruins