Another island to ourselves

anchored off Nomuka Iki, Ha'pai Group, Tonga

20° 16' 37.8" S, 174° 48' 12" W

Weighed anchor at Oua Island this morning to go about 15nm to the SW to Nomuka Iki. When we left Oua the sea looked like a duck pond with absolutely no wind and we were afarid we would have to motor the whole way. Luckily some local thermal wind filled in a bit later and we had a nice time tacking on flat seas. We now again share an island with Victoria (who had already spend one night here) but no one else. The forecast has basically no wind until Thursday night when we plan to head south to Tongatapu to clear out of Tonga. Until then we have a few boat jobs to do here and the coral and marine life looks interesting enough to keep us occupied. All is well aboard, stay tuned...


I started reading your blogs from your stop in niue:) I m from Auckland Nz but my mum is from Niue;) anyways Really enjoy reading your adventure the tongan guy who swam out is a awesome on your blog.Crazy Islander. lol

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