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After anchoring and passing out for a couple of hours, we began the check-in process. Other than our passports being held hostage by the check-in agent, Mr.Bush , for FIVE or so days the process was pretty painless. I was … Continue reading
As we were pulling up to the pier at Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, it began to rain very hard, not any wind or waves but just heavy rain which impeded our visibility. We noticed once we got close that the pier … Continue reading
The next day was actually quite pretty at Media Luna. It turned out that, despite what the chart says, there is no actual dry land, but the protective reef was enough for us. I surveyed the damage of our ripped jib … Continue reading
We still had to sail southeast 250+ miles to make it to Providencia, so we were waiting for east wind so that we would not have to motor. Unfortunately, there was more southeast wind than direct east wind. We finally … Continue reading
We stayed in Guanaja for almost a month waiting for the perfect weather window. We had to head almost due east (slightly south) to get to our next stop which is Isla Vivorillos, Honduras. Vivorillos is 150 nuatical miles away … Continue reading
Although you cannot see the howler monkeys very clearly in this video, you can clearly hear what they sound like.
This was filmed in Utila, Cayos Cochinos, and Guanaja, Honduras. Honduras Underwater from salty dog on Vimeo.
The wind won’t quit blowing very strong from the east, so we have been hanging out in Guanaja, Honduras for over two weeks. El Bite is the place we have been anchoring when the wind is blowing really strong. But, … Continue reading
We left Cayos Cochinos 6 a.m. knowing that there wouldn’t be much wind and that we would have to motor to Guanaja. There was not a breathe of wind, so the iron jib (a.k.a.-the engine) was in full effect. A … Continue reading