When you travel the oceans and put over 15,000 miles under your keel you are certain to see some truly incredible sights and meet some amazing people and we have done both. We are often asked which place is our favorite. That’s nearly impossible to pinpoint as each place we visit has its own special appeal.
We’d love to share some of the beautiful places and people we’ve been blessed to see and meet. Click on the links below to view some amazing photos and a few cool videos to help you understand why we have chosen to travel the world on our beloved Dazzler.
Comprised of six archipelagos, over 4000 sq km of land and 118 islands and atolls, this is a place you could spend years exploring. We had 90 days! But, here are some of the incredible photos we captured along our journey.
This is the first place we landed after making the 3100 NM trip from México. The beautiful mountains and lush green jungle were an incredible sight to see after 25 days at sea.
The Society Islands
More Islands in the South Pacific
Divided into three islands groups, Vava’u, Ha’apai and Tongatapu and covering an area of 700,000 square kilometers, this place has more unifanbitated islands than inhabited ones. We spent a total of two months in the beautiful country. Here’s some of the images from the great places we visited.
One of the most beautiful diving/snorkel spots in Tonga is the Japanese Coral Gardens. With an abundance of varieties of hard and soft corals in every color imaginable, it’s something you do not want to miss!
We still have hundreds more photos to share with you from México so please keep checking back. We’re uploading more content every single day!
It’s 2021 and we’re finally getting a chance to sail around New Zealand. Here’s some of the videos we’ve made to share with you.
Coming Soon…. Fiji Video Galleries
We’ve literally got thousands of hours of videos to edit and share but as with everything….it takes time and a lot of it. We’re working on getting some more videos together. To watch our current videos, check out our YouTube channel. Click below.