Depart Honolulu

Aloha all, KWAI set sail right on schedule the morning of November 11 from Honolulu and bound for first land on Kiritimati, Kiribati (Christmas Island) November 20. The cargo load went efficiently, smoothly and above all blazing fast! Everything got purchased,...

Blog from Captain Brad Ives

Kwai Update 24 October 2017 Kwai returned to Hawaii on 16th of October and went into drydock the next day.  During the outbound voyage a small leak was found in the hull.  The ship was making water in the cargo hold.  The pumps handled the flow for several days while...

Typical fuel analysis of a KWAI voyage-

Author Engineer Voyage #39  Raffael Held If anyone is interested in more charted calculations, please contact us on our office email cargo@svkwai.com and we will gladly send you more specifications that Raffael used in his original report. The conclusion of fuel...

Captain Evy’s Blog

We are two days out of Honolulu after a very fast and efficient loading plus provisioning the ship. New port regulations do not allow the crew to sleep on board and limiting our cargo acceptance for a smaller window then we are accustomed to, so there was a  need for...

KWAI departs Honolulu, Voyage 41 begins!

Kwai left right on schedule from Honolulu on the 20th of September 2017 @ 16:30 hours. This was after the what has now become the almost normal set of difficulties, each one threatening in it’s own way to put us down. BUT NO! …… Captain Brad, Captain...