Dorothy and Steve and ADAGIO in Whangarei
New Orleans seafood gumbo and Brazilian friends: from left are (ADAGIO) Steve, Dorothy, (SARAVA) Marcello, Moira, (BICHO) Isabelle, Bob, (PAJET) Paula - we are all missing Mario!
Steffan and Caroline release their docklines.
Caroline and Steffan are fellow OCC members.
FRUITY FRUITS is named after the owners and their two children, each of whom was a type of fruit.
FRUITY FRUITS departing the Town Basin
After departing London, Carolyn and Steffan circumnavigated with their two twin children.
Steffan and Caroline aboard FRUITY FRUITS
Cormorant caught a flounder in its beak.
FRUITY FRUITS has even more fenders than ADAGIO.
Boys on a bock cruising in the channel
Cormorant flipped the flounder over
ADAGIO berthed in the Whangarei Town Basin Marina
ADAGIO berthed at the Whangarei Town Basin Marina
Gifts from Raydene Wilbur, crew on TRAVERSAY III
Multi-color heirloom carrots at the Farmers' Market in Whangarei
Tomatoes by the bucket-load at the Farmers' Market in Whangarei
Steve, Tiffany, Jana, Jason, Lana, Burnie and Michelle aboard ADAGIO
Sally steers while Geoff handles the foredeck.
Geoff and Sally aboard s/v GRACE
Cormorant starts to swallow the flounder head first.
The sundial shows almost 4 PM.
Our British friend David's boat SHANDON
SHANDON at Whangarei Town Basin
David's S/V SHANDON departing Whangarei Town Basin
We had the best view of the sunset at Whangarei Town Basin. View from ADAGIO
Sundial at the Clock Museum
This Brazilian coffee was a gift from Bob and Isabelle aboard S/V BICHOU
Our Polish friend Mazema with Steve. The red boat in the background, s/v NASHACHATA, was chartered by her and five friends.