Having left Palmerston mid morning on Saturday we are well on our way to Niue. We had a good wind until last night when as expected it died away and we have been motoring ever since. The wind is due to pick up again this evening from the south giving us an eta sometime tomorrow afternoon but all eta's are very flexible. Whether we are able to stop at Niue is dependent on there being a mooring available, although you can possibly anchor it is not encouraged as the seabed is coral and it is possible to get your anchor stuck. If we cannot stop then its another 200 miles to the Vava'u group of islands in the Tongan archipelago.
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