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Back in the Saddle Again

Words by Bryson Right now I think it is almost 40’C in the cabin, the engine is bellowing and the sun is beating down. Ryan just...

Back in the Saddle Again
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Fish Fights and Squally Nights

Words by Ryan 3am, 21 October 2007 Lat: 18deg 37.3’S Long: 155deg 14.1’W 250 miles WSW of Bora Bora, en route of Rarotonga (Cook Islands) 300 miles away. It...

Fish Fights and Squally Nights
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Tahiti Treat

Words by Andy Latitude: 16 degrees, 44.16’S Longitude: 151 degrees, 29.3’W Coming from a pitiful summer of waves on the West Coast of Canada straight into the sharp...

Tahiti Treat
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OceanGybing…

Words by Nancy Location: Anchored inside the westerly passes of Raiatea, Society Islands. Andrew and I arrived in French Polynesia over a week ago to meet...

OceanGybing…
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Onwards, to Isles sous le vent, the Leeward Islands

Date: Sunday 07 October 2007 Position: Baie de Opunohu, north coast of Moorea After five weeks day tripping around the Isles du Vent (The “Windward islands” include...

Onwards, to Isles sous le vent, the Leeward Islands
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Beach Clean-Up and Garbage Study Movie from the Fakarawa Atoll

This voyage takes us to many isolated and beautiful atolls. We have been lucky enough to visit some of the most picturesque locations on earth....

Beach Clean-Up and Garbage Study Movie from the Fakarawa Atoll
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Contented Consciousness

…Or, how to spend 3 weeks in paradise Week 1 – Work on Khulula, work on a super-yacht Words by Hugh At the dock It is no...

Contented Consciousness
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OceanGybe September Update

The OceanGybe Expedition officially began its voyage on July 5th, 2007. Leaving Cabo San Lucas, Mexico the crew steered a course directly for the Marquesas...

OceanGybe September Update
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Random Thoughts

Random thoughts for aspiring offshore sailors and coastal cruisers alike Words by Hugh A common idiom among boaters in the Pacific Northwest planning on sailing...

Random Thoughts
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Dusty, Noisy and Hectic Heralds Homecoming for Some

Words by Ryan Latitude: 17 degrees, 35.5 minutes S Longitude: 149 degrees, 37 min W Distance Traveled: 3950 nautical miles VROOOOM, BEEEEEEP, VROOOOM, BAAAAARRRRPPP, SCREEECH, VROOOOOM, CRIIIIEEEEEYYYYYT, BEEEEP, BAAARRRRRRP… Wow,...

Dusty, Noisy and Hectic Heralds Homecoming for Some
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Moorea: A Tropical Paradise Melting Pot

Words by Bryson Latitude: 17 deg 29′ S Longitude: 149 deg 52′ W After leaving the tropical coral paradise of the Tuamotu’s, we all were feeling the need...

Moorea: A Tropical Paradise Melting Pot
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Days of Our Lives, Part 1

Words by Ryan Latitude: 16 degrees, 30 minutes S Longitude: 145 degrees, 27 min W Distance Traveled: 3616 nautical miles The routine this morning was a little different to...

Days of Our Lives, Part 1
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The Realization of a Drea

Words by Bryson Latitude: 16 deg 30′ S Longitude: 145 deg 27′ W Throughout my life, I have been very lucky to have the opportunities to go exploring,...

The Realization of a Drea
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A little bit of History, Culture and Local Observations on the Tuamotu Islands

By Bryson Latitude: 16 deg 42′ S Longitude: 145 deg 21 ‘ W This group of 78 atolls is the largest group of coral atolls in the world....

A little bit of History, Culture and Local Observations on the Tuamotu Islands
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Departing the Generosity of Nuku Hiva

Words by Ryan Baie D’Hakahetau, Oa Pou, Marqueses 09 degrees 21.420 minutes South, 140 degrees, 06.327 minutes West. There are a few occasions in life when one experiences...

Departing the Generosity of Nuku Hiva
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Land Ho !

So we reached land… Words by Bryson Latitude: 08 deg 55′ S Longitude: 140 deg 06′ W Hugh was the first to see it, we had all been staring...

Land Ho !
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Dispatch from the OceanGybe Team

Vancouver, British Columbia – As surfers, we all dream. Living in Canada, and trying to squeeze in sessions between snowstorms, wind warnings, arctic storm surf...

Dispatch from the OceanGybe Team
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OceanGybe Global Research and Outreach Expedition

“The oceans are in trouble, the coasts are in trouble; our marine resources are in trouble. These are not challenges we can sweep aside” –...

OceanGybe Global Research and Outreach Expedition
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