Ship Logs

On Watch- Supercargo Inna

On watch A sudden movement disturbs the strong constant waves of wind in the dark air that separates us. A soft gleam of light appears, and a swift of sweet flower scent that tickles my nose. Suddenly and shortly the face of the helmsmen lightens up, close, very close...

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30th of July 2017, Pukapuka

For three days we have been tied to the reef on the coast of Pukapuka Island, waiting for the wind to decrease or change direction. Our next port of call, Rakahanga, lies 270 nautical miles to the East, and it made no sense beating into the strong winds and heavy...

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7-27-17 from Super cargo Inna

A very special load Yesterday early morning Kwai arrived at Nassau Island. This time the purpose of the trip to Nassau is not to unload the cargo for our customers, or to do Kwai store on Nassau, but to receive passengers and their cargo to bring to Puka Puka for the...

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25th of July 2017, Danger Island

This early morning, just around breakfast time, we approached the coast of Pukapuka, a.k.a. Wale or Danger Island. The last denomination is a logical one when you take a close look on the map and observe the treacherous submerged reef that sticks out three miles to...

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21st July 2017, Crossing the Equator

Two days South of Fanning Island we crossed the Equator today, and as the Kwai custom goes, it was time for King Neptune to appear on deck. Three pollywogs were chained, baptized in seawater, and put to trial on the Main Deck: Mate Michael, Super Cargo Inna, and our...

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