Video of the Week: Snorkeling at the Pass

One more video to the series shot during our stay in French Polynesia last year.

While in Fakarava, we snorkeled at the pass. This is often a rich environment, the fish attracted by all the nutrients that flush in and out of the atoll. A really cool snorkeling, and even coolER footage !

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Video of the Week: Shark Scene in Fakarava

Ok, I am still flushing content from last year. But there is so much worth sharing. So, here I go again.

Our stay in the atoll of Fakarava, in French Polynesia was prolific in intense experiences. This video was shot by casually attaching the GoPro camera to Pesto’s transom and letting it run for a few minutes. No need to explain further. Just watch. Really.

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Video of the Week: Snorkeling around the reef in Fakarava

I still haven’t found my story-writting MoJo as of yet. It isn’t all bad though, since we still have quite some content to update from last year’s season. And it is really worth checking it out !

So, continuing with our series of videos shot during our stay in the Tuamotus, French Polynesia last year.

We shot this one while snorkeling around a lively reef in the atoll of Fakarava.

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Video of the Week: Fakarava from Above

A beautiful, short video I shot while at the top of our mast, 70ft above sea level, right when we were anchored in one of the most scenic places we stayed last year in the Tuamotus.

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Niue Images Showcase 2

<This is the third and last post in a series covering our stay in the island nation of Niue, in the South Pacific. Click here to access the first post in the series>

This post is a continuation of the image showcase we started yesterday, covering our stay in the tiny island nation of Niue. Don’t miss the short video at the end of this post:

During our second day in Niue, we drove to the northern tip of the island
The visitor guide promised beautiful views of the open ocean. We weren’t disappointed
Here is my belle !
The outriggers of Niue are smaller and more rustic than the ones we’ve seen in French Poly and the Cooks
After all the spelunking, swimming and sightseeing, we were ready for a meal and headed back to Alofi
The place had a mini golf ….
… as well as a privileged view to the harbor where Pesto was moored
We stayed ashore until after dark. And when we came to our dinghies, this was the view at the wharf
Here’s the crew of s/v Skylark getting ready to go home. The street light was just faint, and the water is 6-meter deep at the wharf. These are seriously clear waters, folks !
The next – and last – day, we made it a point to NOT depart Niue without swimming in those crystalline waters
And here is why !

We also shot a short video while swimming and snorkeling. Hope you enjoy:

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