Ship Logs

Post from First Mate Megan

Over  1,100 Nautical miles, and almost due south of the Hawaiian islands, between 2 degrees north and 5 degrees north of the equator, lie the inhabited isles of Kiritimati, Tabuarean and Teraina. Strung out like pearls in this remote area of the Pacific, these...

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Voyage 39- Depart Honolulu, Hawaii

Kwai departed Hawaii on 18 March, right on schedule.  The turnaround time was only 10 days.  The cargo acceptance team arrived 4 days before the ship to process cargoes already purchased and stored in our shoreside container at Pier 31.  This is part of our current...

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20 February, 2017, Kiribati

Voyage 38 has been so busy no one has had time to write any blog, so I will make up some stuff from the office.  Actually I know pretty much what is going on from emails and twice daily radio schedule with the ship.  Today, 20 February they are in Teraina (Washington...

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Honolulu Arrival and Departure

KWAI arrived to Honolulu on December 28, 2016. We may or may not go into more detail about it here on this website at a later time because it's quite  a long story, but I will report that due to regulations required by US Homeland Security and Border Protection and...

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Ben gineer Blog

5th of December 2016, Sinterklaas on Teraina Island Today we arrive on Washington Island and it happens to be a special day for Dutch people, like me. Once a year the Dutch celebrate Sinterklaas, Saint Nicolas day. A bearded old white holy man, dressed up like the...

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