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Leaving Port Lincoln

We sit in the pilot house on this gray blowy Sunday afternoon, pinned against the rusty town pier in American River, Kangaroo Island, waiting for the winds to shift to the west ...

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Did you know ...?

"A Friday's sail always fail".

Fridays are considered an unlucky day to begin a voyage. Sailors are notoriously supersitious.

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Past Trips

Here's a look back on the planning for our 2004 trip, as well as an overview of our previous circumnavigation.

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Our Ship: Onora

It's taken over three years to move from concept to a floating vessel. 62 feet long, aluminum hulled and able to be sailed by two, Onora is a one-of-a-kind ship that will carry us through some of Earth's toughest waters. Come aboard and explore her.

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About Us

We're Jim and Jean Foley, two amateur sailors who've been married for nearly 35 years and sailing together for even longer.

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Et Cetera

We've included a few extra links and thoughts for anyone interested in knowing more about ocean cruising.

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