Itinerary of HEIDI

This the last 14 years, condensed to one page. A lot of memories. This is not easy

We sailed Heidi from Sequim, WA around Vancouver Island and up to the Queen Charlottes. This was our shake down cruise which taught us that we needed solar panels even if it didn’t fit the traditional look. We installed them in Victoria, BC and then sailed back to Sequim, finished our final departures and sailed to Neah Bay in early September 2001.
We made so many stops that it would be boring to just read a list, but the main stops are as follows, with multiple stops in one country usually not shown:

non-stop Neah Bay to San Francisco, and non-stop to San Diego
Mexico (many stops)
El Salvador
Costa Rica
Panama
Galapagos
Marquesas
Tuamotus
Society Islands (Tahiti and others)
Cook Islands
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Tonga
Fiji
New Zealand
Tonga (second loop)
Fiji
New Zealand
Tonga (third loop)
Fiji
New Zealand
Apia (Western Samoa)
Pago Pago
Wallis
Tuvalu
Kiribati
Majuro
Kosrea
Guam
Philippines
Borneo
Indonesia, Jakarta
Rodrigues and Mauritius
Reunion
Richard’s Bay, South Africa (where Gerhard died)
Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth, Hout Bay
St. Helena
Iles du Salut (Devil’s Island)
Trinidad & Tobago
Seasonal trips up to St Martin and back with stops along the way.
Currently in Chaguaramas, Trinidad, preparing for a trip to Florida, with few if any stops, for brokerage, if not sold before.

I’d love to take her around again and see places we skipped last trip. She is up to it. However, my next cruise(s) will, instead, be with Dave on Alegría.

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