Current Location

Our current location

Sugar Shack is currently in French Polynesia.  We spent 6 weeks in the Gambiers and then we were in the Society Archipelago (Tahiti, Mo’orea, Huahine, Raiatea, Taha’a, and Bora Bora) from July-September 2019.  We plan on exploring the Northern Tuamotus before heading to the Marquesas for cyclone season (Dec.-Feb 2020).  Our location does move around a lot, but you can always track us using the links below.

Lots of ways to see our current location:

PredictWind
Spot
SSB Radio
CruiserSat

 

Download the KML file for Google Earth http://www.svSugarShack.com/CurrentLocation.kml
or from SSB Reports

These are generated from our SpotTracker, you can view on the Spot Tracker site here

Our track across the Atlantic 2010


Download the KML file for Google Earth http://www.svSugarShack.com/AtlanticCrossing.kml

12 thoughts on “Current Location

  1. Mike

    Looking good. I hope you make better time.
    A common thing to do is to plumb the engine coolant line in with the water heater (with heat exchanger). So when the engine is running you are producing electric,propulsion, and hot water. In this case you water heater would have come up to temperature and switched off the electric element and you would have been back to charging the batteries.

    What’s the forecasted ETA now. Sure looks slow going. I’ll pray for just enough wind. From which direction would you prefer?

  2. Uncle Ron

    Sorry I missed the departure Party, I’ll bet She looks awesome in the trini Sun !

    Cold and wet in in Sacto today taking the Porsche over to Santa Cruz tommorrow to look @ Beneteau 456….

    Gotta have something to sail to Hawaii.

    Have a great holiday’s …

  3. Eric

    So is it docked in Grenada or St Lucia? Can’t wait to see it start darting around the map again! Merry Xmas y’all! Hugz to Christine and Wayne. Post photos as soon as you can!

  4. Christine

    Hello Vicki

    You’d love it here! Kimberly is doing great, enjoying the sun, Troy and Cameron are total boat boys and Cole finished reading one of the largest books I’ve ever seen! Hope to see you early next year! Cheers

  5. Adam Barone

    You’re living a life doing stuff that I’m not sure I could do for a day! But maybe I should give that a try sometime – enjoy the adventure and downtime y’all.

  6. Christine

    Hey Donna! What a nice surprise to hear from you! Hope you are doing well and enjoying some cooler weather as fall nears. We are doing great, love the simple boat life and meeting people from all over the world.

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