Given the incredible response we have had over the past week, we thought we would fire out a quick update via the old interweb. It is Friday morning, everyone needs a coffee to prepare for the weekend, so here is Hugh’s idea…
After surfing epic, Indonesian perfection all day, the OceanGybe boys are hungry for more than waves and head to the local market for dinner supplies. “Kami mau dua ayam banyak, saya potong” translated from Bahasa Indonesian into English literally means, “We would like two big chickens, we will kill them”, but when you order a chicken in Indonesia, it arrives warm, feathered and definitely clucking.
WARNING: If you are squeamish (like Bryson…see him gag @ 06:48), a vegetarian or from PETA, please be advised, chickens are killed in this video and you might not want to watch. Plus there is some great surf!
With exception to the plastic trash throughout high tide lines, the Rowa Islands of Vanuatu are paradise. With Khulula at anchor near an uninhabited beach, the crew of OceanGybe conduct yet another garbage study. This webisode is brought to you by KING Bleach.
As Khulula and her crew approach the archipelago of Vanuatu after a week at sea, they spot a smoking volcano, known as Yasur, on the island of Tanna. Mount Yasur is one of the world’s most active volcanos and the crew take a tour to investigate closer.
At 2pm, Sunday September 5th, Khulula and her crew sailed into False Creek to complete a 70,000+ km circumnavigation of the globe! Awaiting her arrival were family and friends, bottles of bubbly, a couple of news camera’s and many smiling faces. Thank you to everyone who made it down to the docks to make our homecoming so special. We will be posting pictures and news of upcoming events in the very near future. Watch this space!
Want to Sail Around the World and Surf ? Yeah right.
About 7 years ago now, three young friends came up with this great idea. They were going to sail around the world in small boat and surf all the best waves in the world. The idea began to germinate in their fertile yet partially frozen/incapacitated minds after yet another freezing surf during the middle of the Canadian winter. “Sail away to the promised South Seas, where the surf was always pumping, the water warm, the locals friendly and the wind always blew 10 – 15 knots” -ahhhhh.. Continue reading →
The vastness of the distance surrounding us is inperceptable. The ocean breathes despite us, the wind filling it with wealth.
In the space between the sun and the sea floor all of the elements collaborate to create a roaring force we are transients of. I’m not sure if it’s a battle raging, or impassioned dance steps crossing this spanse of water larger than any land on earth. Continue reading →
This morning I was able to find peace with my thoughts. Sitting on the rolled up dingy on Khulula’s foredeck, drinking tea and watching the sun illuminate the world, I was able to close my eyes, take a couple deep breaths, allow the anxiety to leave and I find my peace at sea. Continue reading →