It's 9:30PM Wednesday. We are now just 350 Nautical Miles from Noumea motor sailing as the wind is light (5 knots). The seas are pretty calm and the moon is shining. On passage we have had some brilliant sun sets. Flying fish on the deck as well as some unwelcome birds hitching a ride and leaving many deposits behind for me to clean up. We should be in Noumea Saturday evening.
About the boat "Quinco"
Quinco is an Adams 40 skippered by David and crewed by the Admiral, Rose. Quinco is a wishbone cutter rigged sloop. She was built in Fremantle in 1978. Sailed to the Cocos Islands then moved home port to Pittwater, from there, onto Melbourne then we are where we are, cruising that is! Constructed from "Airex" foam core sandwiched GRP with a ply deck, she weighs in at 12 Tons. Powered by a Nanni 4 cylinder 50 HP diesel engine.