Southwest from Polynesia
"Most sailors who’ve dreamt of meandering their way through the South Pacific, pushed by the trade winds, allocate fairly equal portions of the voyage to the island groups and their cultures. We’ve known eight waves of travelers who have passed through on this highly touted route. For many, it’s a one-time thing, due to all manner of constraints. Others stay for a few seasons before continuing on circumnavigations. Some return home via the North Pacific or sell their boats at the end of the downhill sleigh ride in New Zealand or Australia. "
(Submitted by Noel Sat Jun 26, 2004 )
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