In the days after Jen’s birthday, I kept busy laying down roots like a Mangrove System. I thought I had permission. With all the other sailors having borne off to either the Seychelles or Tanzania long ago, we were the remaining few who thought we would wait until something Eastward opens up (i.e.
Well. I have good news, and I have bad news. Which would you like to hear first? The good news?! Okay. The good news is that the Oddgodfreys have been cleared to sail onward from the Maldives. We will be stopping to stage our weather windows in the British Indian Ocean Territory (B.I.O.T.) als
Oh, Crap! I’m gonna have to write my own posts for a while!
Our passage to Male was scheduled to be 36 hours if we sailed at our usual average speed of 5.0 knots. This means, if we leave in the morning, we will arrive exactly at night the next day – a result no one wants. We try not to arrive in an unfamiliar harbor at night, especially one that is laden wit