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9 February 2018
Sailing Nandji Ep 67 – Cheeky Boat Convoy through the Jungle
After some Crocodile hunting… We boat convoy our way through the skinny Mboli Passage in the Florida islands. With thick…
30 January 2018
Sailing Nandji, Ep 66 – Removing Shaft in Water without Sinking!
We remove the drive shaft in water and replace a bearing behind the stuffing box. Then raft up with two…
8 January 2018
Sailing Nandji, Ep 63 – Squall Sailing and pirate scare Solomon Islands
In this episode of Sailing Nandji, with our 54 extra litres of diesel we got from selling rum to the…
31 December 2017
Sailing Nandji, Ep 61 – King Neptune loves Rum! Sailing to Santa Cruz islands
Departing Vanuatu, we sail North 350nm to the remote Santa Cruz islands. The journey takes us 4 days and on…
27 December 2017
Sailing Nandji, Ep 60 – Dealing with customs, Bustin out of Vanuatu!
Finally we prepare Nandji to depart Port Villa and sail north to Santo island. We try to check out of…
19 December 2017
Sailing Nandji, Ep 59 – Installing our New Windvane! How GOOD is this!
We install our new Hydrovane that was fully supported from our followers! With Robert Kirken on the transom of Nandji,…
28 November 2017
Sailing Nandji, Ep 58 – DEVASTATING BLOWS! How much more can we take?
We are faced with some difficult decisions in some challenging times about our future. We hope we make the right…
20 November 2017
Sailing Nandji Ep 57 – Ziplining and Horse riding our yacht motor issues away!
Our sailboat motor is broken, we are stuck in Vanuatu and decide to play tourist for the day, Ziplining and…
14 November 2017
Sailing Nandji Ep 56 – Bikini Babes at Cascades
In this episode we have been having motor issues and get the experts around to inspect Nandjis motor. We initially…
6 November 2017
Sailing Nandji Ep 55 – No Wind No Motor, Drifting at Sea
In this episode of Sailing Nandji, We leave Tanna island around lunch time and sail 130 nautical miles to Port…
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