August 13, 2008
After spending two enjoyable days at Honolua Bay, we got underway early morning to sail across the 13 mile channel to Kamalo Harbor, Moloka’i. We timed it right; we had a very enjoyable sail. We threaded the needle to drop anchor between two arms of a very shallow reef. Although the wind was blowing like stink at 25 kts and we had whitecaps all around us, the boat is practically motionless. As usual, we are all alone except for the occasional turtle. We set a second anchor for piece of mind.