Author: Tony

Mayaluga’s new owners!

Karin and I want to extend a hearty “thank you” to Calibre Yacht Sales (Rob Ksyniuk) for conducting the sale of Mayaluga in such an efficient and professional manner. Having bought and sold many boats in past years, this was such a refreshing exercise. We are delighted that Mayaluga has gone to such a good […]

Mayaluga now relectantly FOR SALE

1978-2018 HANS CHRISTIAN 38T “MAYALUGA” $189,500 CDN (Picture gallery at foot of post – click pics for high resolution) This outstanding vessel is truly offshore ready.  Many are advertised as “offshore ready”, but Mayaluga is truly offshore-turnkey.  Provision her, step aboard and go!  Rebuilt from the ground up, the recent professional survey states: ……. in […]

Homeward bound!

(Please click pics for high resolution view) Our last leg from Hawaii and home – only 3,000 nautical miles! We reluctantly say our goodbyes to warm weather and Waikiki Beach just a 10 minute stroll from our slip at the Hawaii Yacht Club, Ali-Wai Harbour, Oahu.                   […]

Ready, willing and able!

My owners renamed me Mayaluga in 2016 (yet another interesting story!) when they committed to sail me to the South Pacific.  I was a lowly liveaboard for more years than I care to tell you.  In 2013 everything changed when Tony and Karin brought me to Victoria, BC and started outfitting me for their big […]

Stay in Tahiti and departure home!

Well, here we are, sitting in the Marina in Papeete, Tahiti, listing all the myriad things that need to be attended to on Mayaluga before we depart in days, weather window permitting. We had flirted with the idea of leaving Mayaluga in French Polynesia for 8 months and coming home, then spending another sailing season […]

Tahiti onward

we are enjoying the most incredible experiences in Tahiti and the Society Islands! Our friend Cliff from Ontario, and Richard from Victoria flew in to join us for two weeks in the islands.  We enjoyed spending a few days in Papeete, Tahiti, and then sailed the couple of hundred miles downwind to Huahine. Another amazing […]

Today is the day! Waiting for news!

Today is both a good day and a sad day.  It’s potentially a good day because we could get positive news from Tahiti that our engine head was repairable and will be shipped back to us.  It’s also a very  sad day because today is my young sister Lesley’s memorial service.  She passed away last […]

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