Notes From the Wooden and Iron World
Although it was already 0800, it was dark enough for the Aloha Tower lights to remain on:
I took advantage of the water on deck and did a bit of…er…swabbing. 507 more words
We posted a couple of videos to our Youtube channel today. They’re a couple of weeks old, but Nick and I have flu, and that’s the only reason he sat still long enough to upload them!!! 89 more words
5 days, 14 hours
On This Masterpiece – Ed Monk designed Custom 27 Cruising Tug!
Built in the renowned Port Townsend, Marben Marine Boatyard this stout little storybook-looking tug has many stories to tell…cruising adventures, fish tales and more. 95 more words
6 days, 10 hours
More time on the pilot boat!
On the way out of the harbor, the Coast Guard working on a buoy:
Captain Ed Enos getting ready to go aboard Coral Bay: 47 more words
Yes, I went back to riding around on the pilot boat.
Another Japanese ship getting ready to leave from Pier 10:
The people on the sailboat that cut across the channel must be related to the kayaker: 183 more words
1 week, 4 days
I arrived at the harbor at the usual time. Since I was in no particular hurry to get to work on the ship, I took a detour to Pier 9 to watch the arrival of Chishio Maru. 156 more words
Playing catch up again.
Here are some assorted images from Sunday.
Tug of the day…Hokulani (with Naupaka peeking out from behind):
Captain Al Dorflinger climbing aboard Manukai: 21 more words