As Lloyd stepped onto the dock he said… “ An unbelievable trip! Can't believe we actually broke the record! This was the most difficult sail of my life. Everything went our way and the team put out a super human effort in order to keep the boat moving at nearly 30 knots through the entire trip. We are all excited for a well deserved rest and some sight seeing in Hawaii…" Quote from: 2017TransPacYC.com/news
Pacific Offshore Challenge 17-3: Sailing to Lanai, Maui and Molokai aboard Gemini with Lisa, Anton, James and Leandroe, April 8-15, 2017.
Pacific Offshore Challenge 17-2: Sailing to Lanai, Maui and Molokai aboard Gemini with James, Anne, Leandroe and Angelyn, March 19-26, 2017.
Pacific Offshore Challenge 17-1: Sailing to Molokai and Lanai aboard Gemini with Chris, Angelyn and Gary, February 6-13, 2017
Just in case, Gemini's fuel tanks are full and 20 gallons of extra diesel is strapped to the deck. We're on a time schedule. Its the first week of October and everyone is saying that the north swell is about to kick up and make anchoring in Hanalei Bay dangerous. But I have some good friends, Mike and Haesung from Okinawa, who are anchored there now for the next week or so and they say it's fine.
Aloha & E komo mai
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