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Mahalo and Aloha to Kate — and an Update

Posted by Keith on April 17, 2007 at 11:48 am  

Kate Chapman, our intrepid cook and website assistant, has elected to resign as crew and to return to Seattle from Hawaii. We greatly appreciated her hard work and great cooking, and we wish her every success back home. Aloha and Mahalo, Kate!

We still hope to depart from Hawaii for Majuro in the Marshall Islands this Sunday, or within a day or to thereafter. We are delaying our departure slightly from Hawaii because once we leave here, our ability to find parts locally, or to easily resolve minor technical issues will be greatly reduced.

Our Ship, The Global Adventure, has performed splendidly; as has our KVH communications gear. We simply wish to add a few bells and whistles, primarily to our communications capabilities, before we depart Honolulu.

Also, today I will be catching a “red eye” back to Phoenix to squeeze in a two-day visit with my family, and to take care of some business. Captain Wolf and First Mate Rip will be diligently working on the ship in my absence. I will return Friday afternoon. We will broadcast our Sunday show from the beautiful Hawaii Yacht Club in Honolulu. This past week’s show was broadcast from the also-beautiful Halekulani Hotel on Waikiki.

Our thanks to both facilities for their splendid hospitality.

Be sure to catch our Hawaii photos in the Photo Gallery Section of this site, that I’ll be posting in a moment.



2 Comments so far

  1. Dani Green on April 18, 2007 11:44 am

    I have always enjoyed Hawaii too. I saw the article about you, your family and your new adventures around the world to come in the Business Journal. I personally don’t like sailing but will be interested in seeing and reading about your ports of call.

    As a point of reference we supplied talent for your infomercials a while back.

    Have a wonderful adventure.

  2. George Lemley on April 25, 2007 7:20 am

    My Wife and I have listened to your radio program for years and learned much. This adventure is most interesting. We heard the interview on the So. Pacific Islands but are not always available for the live broadcast.

    If your programs were available in podcast/mp3 format, RSSRAdio program could download them for a burn to disc and we could hear them (and all the commercials, for your supporters) when we have time.


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