Cruising NZ Fewer words, more pictures. Just as many stories here. Silly boat, you’re not a submarine. We stocked up on food before leaving Tongatapu. This island, ‘Ata, is just a dot on the chart about a day’s sail from any other land. We happened to pass very close – one could run into it accidentally! Mahi-mahi steaks. Seabirds joining us during a becalmed passage. This was the weather in a few hours… Final sunset on blue water. Sighting Cape Brett, New Zealand This Canadian didn’t have such a good crossing Bob MacDavitt, weather guru and forecaster; god among sailors. Bay of Islands Motoring up the river to Kerikeri Kerikeri stone house. This cave is big enough to have a beach! “Duke’s Nose” On top of the Duke’s Nose Show n Shine Climbing hill #2.. Hey, I found some clams! …lots of clams! Cape Brett lighthouse. Hole-in-the-rock, Cape Brett. Not a shark. Related This entry was posted in Boat Updates. Bookmark the permalink.