Noon Report

Noon Reports provide daily and weekly Just Drifting blog and boat position reports.  Below is a map provided by MarineTraffic.com containing our automatic identification system (AIS) feed which updates automatically when we are close to an AIS station. For status updates via email please subscribe to our Noon Report or like us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. If your just joining us, click here to begin reading our stories from the beginning. We hope you enjoy following our journey!

Cheers,
Wade and Sara


Tied Up

We are tied up in the Ala Wai Small Boat Harbor. This morning we hit the ground running with errands. We first called customs who notified Agriculture. We then sorted out boat slip details and waited for customs and agriculture to meet us at our boat. Both customs and agriculture […]


Drooling For Ham

So close we can taste the ham, but sadly we think we’ll be too late. Next Monday no holding us back from a giant hunk ham for Monday Night BBQ. We were making great speed of 7 to 8.5 knots with the Bumblebee spinnaker, but the wind increased to 25 […]


Bumblebee

Around 4:00 AM Sara scurried about the cockpit starring hard at the radar then moving quickly to look ahead starboard then to port, her eyes straining, her mind questioning, “Is that a boat? Is that a light? Is my mind playing tricks” The radar dots appear then quickly disappear except […]


Nine Knots

As we are concluding our second week at sea, we both have the feeling of “are we there yet”? We were pleased the winds increased enough for us to have brief moments of sailing 9 knots. Generally the wind is not steady enough to maintain the 9 knots, but steady […]