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Donna’s Story

  • by Stabbert, Sharry
  • 12/18/2015

Don’s sister responded to our Blog:  “Rescue on the High Seas”: As many of you already know, Don was raised from age 3-19, on a 136’ WWII minesweeper converted to a Missionary Hospital ship.  This is “Donna’s Story”, her memory of a experience from her teen-age years on the Willis Shank. Willis ... More>

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Rescue on the High Seas

  • by Stabbert, Sharry
  • 12/15/2015

Our dockmate James Ellingford on the Nordhavn62 from Australia has posted this on his Pendana Blog  ( http://www.pendanablog.com).  James knows how to tell a good tale . . . Rescue on the high, I mean Hawaiian Seas…… “James, how would you and Claire like to go for a nice relaxing ... More>

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Final Comments from our Crew

  • by Stabbert, Sharry
  • 12/15/2015

Douglas Cole, Sharry, Don and Douglas MacQuarrie Doug Cole – October 14, 2015 “Being a life-long sailor and having made a variety of coastal and ocean passages via sail, I was curious to see how passage making via power boat might compare.  I can’t vouch for all power boats, but I ... More>

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StarrBlog – We are here!

  • by ken@kensblog.com
  • 10/14/2015

WE ARE HERE! Starr Arrived at Waikiki Yacht Club dock yesterday, October 12, at 1430 Hawaiian time after 18 days of dodging Oho and other tropical depressions. We traveled 3109 nm We used 2400 gallons of fuel and have 1200 gallons remaining. Starr’s Arrival at Waikiki Yacht Club It ... More>

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StarrBlog – Life on Starr

  • by ken@kensblog.com
  • 10/10/2015

Day 16 10/1900Z/0900Hawaii Time 21degrees 37N/149degrees 15W DTG (Distance to Go) – 476nm TTG (Time to Go) – 2.2days We will arrive in Honolulu sometime Monday early afternoon; we should begin to show on Vessel Marine Traffic on Sunday. LIFE ON STARR 24 hour-days become long, and if ... More>

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Starr in Ashiya, Japan
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Don and Sharry
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