After our turgid passage north through the Malacca Strait from Singapore, we headed a further 150 miles north to Pangkor Marina along the Malaysian coast, where we would be hauling out our sailboat.
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Our passage via Japan to Pacific North West is going to cost thousands of dollars, so you are probably wondering how we are going to afford to do all this.
- From this point our Patreon and Rum Fund pledges will be diverted towards prepping Esper.
- We have already started tightening our belts – e.g. we postponed flying to UK to see family right now, because we can’t afford it!
- We are applying for a bank loan.
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We took leisurely day-hops along the coast, and anchored when the sea-state allowed us. All went pretty smoothly until we dropped the hook just before Pangkor in the open water. A local fishing boat released his floats and disappeared back to land, leaving the long line and net to drift straight onto SY Esper!
🗺 Admiral Marina, Port Dickson: 2°28’35.5″N 101°50’40.7″E
🗺 Port Klang: 3°02’19.3″N 101°20’29.6″E
🗺 Open water anchorage: 3°49’20.1″N 100°44’28.5″E
🗺 Pangkor Marina: 4°12’39.1″N 100°36’06.6″E
Peace and fair winds!
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