SV Libby and the Blueplanet Odyssey


Terence Singh
 

Hi Colin and Lauren, good to meet you both.
We are about a week behind the the current World Arc ad had the pleasure of meeting a few of the last boats to depart San Cristobal a few days ago.
Dena and I have talked extensively about the accelerated schedule we are on and we along with quite a few of the BPO boats would be open to slowing down. Not sure what this means as far as staying with the BPO. We will discuss in more detail as a group in Tahiti.
We will visit and stay in Mackay later this year and look forward to meeting with you later this year.


Colin - ex SV Island Pearl
 

Hi Terry & Dena

From all of us on the forum wishing you guys a fantastic trip on the Blueplanet Odyssey. Nice to see Amel represented there for a good cause. MV Island Pearl II would also have liked to join that particular trip, if they were still plan to go through the Suez canal route safely by then, but we are still some years off being free to cruise. Our current aim is to join the 2nd half of the 2016/7 World ARC from Australia to St Lucia leaving Mackay in August 2017 then on to the Med for 18 months before going back around to Australia via the Pacific.

We will look out for you when you get to Mackay, Australia, if you are on that leg of the trip, to meet you both and also in case we can be of any assistance on land here at that stage.

Bon Voyage!!

Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II, 2001 SM #332
Mackay, Australia


Terence Singh
 

Just wanted to thank the group for all the helpful information shared for the 3 years that we have been members.

SV Libby #196 departed San Diego as part of the Blue Planet Odyssey Blue Planet Odyssey 2014-17 - Cornell Sailing 

 Libby can be tracked under follow the boats. For those interested we also maintain a daily blog while at sea. SV Libby - "Free as we will ever be"

Hoping to meet some of you in person over the next few years.

Terry&Dena

SV Libby #196

Puerto Ixtapa, re-fuelling and repairing our 24VDC Alternator bracket!