Sailing Around The World

Made IT! Suwarrow Island Day 5

After five days of rolling from rail to rail we have made landfall. We sailed right up to the main passage way into the lagoon, through the coral reefs, around the shoals, and dropped anchor 200 feet off shore in the most beautiful ocean green water that I have seen to date. The lagoon water is so green that the bellies of the white swallows reflect the green water which makes there bodies glow neon green as they fly around us. When you look into the water it is littered with 100’s of black tipped sharks and small coral heads. The first thing I did after stowing all of our passage sails and gear was dive into the crystal clear water and swim with the beautiful sharks. I don’t fear them anymore and love to watch them swim around me. It is even more amazing to see them here because the water is so clear it is like looking through air and I feel like I am flying through the air with all these sharks and you can see for 100’s of feet underwater. I think it was worth the sail here so far. I wish you all a good night and I will be watching the meteor shower tonight with a rum in hand. I think it will be a good show way out here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Good Bless,


3 responses

  1. Muriel Tietz

    I can’t wait to see your pictures from here~ been following you since Adam came aboard Muriel

    August 13, 2013 at 11:29 am

  2. Barbara Soumis

    Your description is breath taking. I am thankful your are safe. The earth is so huge, and yet you are experiencing, once again, one of it’s hidden gifts. Wow, wow!
    Love you lots, Mom.

    August 13, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    • Thanks mom

      August 27, 2013 at 10:30 am