Just a perfect day

We were very happy to put our feet up that evening after our hike on Waya Island. The problem with being a sailor is that your legs simply don't get enough exercise and that 3.5-hour climb certainly gave us a good workout. The calm day turned into a windy night with gusts of up to 35 … Continue reading Just a perfect day

Waya island

We're still in the Yasawas and stopped off at Waya island. This stunning island reminds us of the Marquesas and even Bora Bora with its rugged hills, beautiful beaches and lagoons. Waya has natural springs that percolate up through the volcanic rock. So no water restrictions here and that is also the reason it has been settled for … Continue reading Waya island

Rainy days

The last few days have been very wet... So we stayed put in Musket Cove. There's not much point trying to find a new lagoon or anchorage when the reefs aren't clearly visible. Fiji is scattered with numerous reefs and corals and it is impossible to make an approach when you can't see through the … Continue reading Rainy days

Viti Levu

We're in Musket Cove! Such a famous watering hole and it lives up to expectation. The resort is yachtie friendly, a rare treat! There is also a yacht club and we are on a mooring just outside the resort and allowed to use the swimming pools, beach and all its facilities. The kids are ecstatic … Continue reading Viti Levu