YOTREPS: YES
TIME: 2016/01/01 04:17
LATITUDE: 15-45.49N
LONGITUDE: 088-50.06W
MARINE: NO
WIND_SPEED: 4
WIND_DIR: ESE
CLOUDS: 50%
VISIBILITY: 5
BARO: 1027.6
AIR_TEMP: 26.7C
COMMENT: Beach House -DOCKED – Peter & Laurie’s house in Gringo Bay…..

Were tied up to sister ship “Zia” here in what we are calling “Gringo Bay”.
Jennifer’s Bay is to our West and Texan Bay to our East. Nice dinner out, a bit of
very “local” fireworks. We’ll be here till at least the 2nd. Weather is starting to look favorable
to move East, but may be wet and squally in a front.
Stand by,
Cheers and Happy New Years,
Scott and Nikki

YOTREPS: YES
TIME: 2015/12/31 18:34
LATITUDE: 15-39.37N
LONGITUDE: 088-59.63W
MARINE: NO
WIND_SPEED: 4
WIND_DIR: ENE
CLOUDS: 40%
VISIBILITY: 10
BARO: 1025.6
AIR_TEMP: 33.9C
COMMENT: Beach House – DOCKED – RAM Marina – ready to depart this afternoon to begin the 2016 season – Frontera, Guatemala

Hello F&F who are on our position report – direct!
If you do not want to be on this frequent a report, please let us know by emailing us.
We will be sailing till the end of next year back to Australia via the Panama Canal.

USE: WDB5638 (at) Sailmail.com to reply (DO NOT REPLY TO THIS ADDRESS AS I CHECK IT INFREQUENTLY!!!)

Almost off the dock! Lots to catch up on. Looking to depart Guatemala in about 2-4 days with the next weather window.
KIT,

Scott and Nikki

YOTREPS: YES
TIME: 2015/04/18 11:53
LATITUDE: 16-20.24N
LONGITUDE: 086-28.52W
COMMENT: Beach House – DOCKED – Barefoot Cay Marina, Roatan, Bay of Islands – Honduras

Still awaiting (now over 3 weeks!) for a weather window to get around “Punta Gracias Adios’ (Thank God Point).
Essentially, we’re stuck in the almost bottom of the Gulf of Honduras and have to go over 200 miles straight upwind.
Given the amount of wind and sea state, it would be more than a miserable and very slow trip.

We’ve had 15-33 knots daily for most of the time we’ve been here. It’s a nice spot, we’d just like to move on.
We’re even considering going back to Guatemala for the off season if this continues too much longer. There is no apparent break in the weather
at the moment for at least another week.

KIT,
Scott and Nikki – Roatan, Bay of Islands – Honduras