We spent three nights on board Rhapsodie, Sam's 53ft catamaran.  Mike and Molly joined us. 

We sailed from Vuda Marina to tie up between Beachcomber and Treasure Islands.  Its not really smooth enough for a single hulled vessel, so catamarans usually take one of the two moorings.  We were told to move in the morning because Parasailers needed our space, but we went back at night.  Sam also took the dinghy to a sand cay near Beachcomber and Treasure Islands.

The third night we spent at Musket Cove.  We found a good mooring there, but were moved off it as the bay was filled - so we anchored in the cove a bit further out.

Scurfing was a big sport.

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Mike and Dana climbed the mast to look out for reefs.
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P1010156 Sam at the helm, with Molly helping to lookout.
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Food was good on Rhapsodie.

 

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P1010180 At Beachcomber Island we saw the Yasawa Flyer come.  It was pretty full and loaded up with backpackers but seems a good way to see the Yasawas.  We swam and snorkeled off the boat.
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A blue jellyfish came up to the boat.


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P1010206 Sam steered the boat off to Musket Cove on Molololailai on Sunday afternoon.
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Molly kept a good lookout as we neared Musket Cove.
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We had to batten down our hatches as it rained on the Friday night.  Sam looks pretty content having avoided reefs.

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Signs on the boat say No Step. Others say No Shoes. Molly and Sam at the end of the day.

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