SY Esper’s B&G system uses Navionics, and we have the app versions on our phones. But in the Anambas we used Navionics only for the broader picture, and when we were clear of the islands. This is because it is out longitudinally by a few hundred meters meaning east to west is dangerously wrong.
This is why people become world cruisers. We saw turtles swimming and tracks of new hatchlings in the sand. We stayed for four days, but could have stayed for four weeks or four months. We hope you enjoy this, our most relaxing video…ever!
The Anambas islands are incredible. And the best thing about them right now is that, because you can only get there by boat, hardly anyone goes there. A few hardy yachties have made the trek over from Nonsga Point, Indonesia, in the past. But in December 2016 they opened their own port of entry, which meant in 2017 we were able to sail there from Pulau Tioman, Malaysia…
“Jamie slammed SY Esper into reverse. We were on our own in the middle of the uninhabited Penjalin group of islands in the north-eastern corner of the Anambas archipelago. We couldn’t afford to make a mistake…” Our six page article for YM is out now!
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