|Hiva Oa is in view under the clouds in the west.|
|The 3 Musketeers! No razors used on the crossing.|
|Our 40" long by 24" girth Yellow Fin Tuna!|
|This dinghy dock is dangerous!|
|The World ARC "office" just off the dinghy dock.|
We continued on toward the finish line with several lookouts as we did not want to hit any fishing nets or small fishing boats, which are rarely lit. We crossed the finish line and went back out to sea to wait for daylight and to make water. Dennis had estimated it would take us 22 days and 14 hours and we were just under 21 days at sea. That was good time since the winds were light and variable all the way.
|What to do now? It's always something|
|My new friend, The Fruit Lady!|
|The produce choice vary by day and from island to island.|
|Marie Jo has the market on|
|A typical meal of goat, pork, breadfruit fries, rice and a |
variety of unknown starches and fruits.