Honolulu here we come!

Sunday September 20, arrived in Oahu sound 2:30pm, dropped anchor in Maunalua Bay for the night. It’s going to another rock’n and roll’n night, waves and wind.

Monday September 21, finally the Ala Wai Boat Harbor got back to us. So many documents required here in Honolulu, Hawaii for getting a slip in a marina, including getting your insurance company to add the marina to your policy as additionally insured. So we’re all set, let’s go.

After connecting to shore power and water, time to do some boat cleaning. We washed all the salt off the boat deck, cockpit as well as rinsed all the ropes and teak. Also removed the surface rust from the stainless steel. Next project will be resealing the teak.

8 thoughts on “Honolulu here we come!

  1. Good to see that you made it to the 50th state & having a good time. You have a very nice boat. Great photography & blog. It was a pleasure visiting with each of you earlier this summer at the dock in Ketchikan just before you headed for Misty Fiords. We are working on getting our Saga 43 ready for our own adventures. Best wishes from the North. Clark Davis, Ketchikan, Alaska

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  2. Beautiful place!! Dare I ask about the sourdough bread? Keep taking those awesome pictures, Marlene. Did the guys see anything interesting snorkeling?

    We look forward to your blog entries!

    Carol and Gary

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    1. Well, the transit across the Pacific was not very smooth, made it difficult to “feed” my starter, in fact it spilled all over the counter. When we were in Maui I found a local baker, Maui Artisan Sourdough, I purchased a dehydrated starter from him. Today I started rehydrating it, hopefully in 5 days I can bake a loaf. Thanks for asking!

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