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Old 18-08-2022, 13:00   #1
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Im planning a crossing from San Diego Cal to Philippines. So i would like to get best ideas on dates to travel and routes. I was planning SD to Hawaii to Guam then Philippines.
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Re: Pacific crossing

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Old 18-08-2022, 13:58   #3
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Yes I have but would like any info or thoughts
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Yes I have but would like any info or thoughts

If you provided some additional information on your plans and your experience it would help people to provide an appropriate response.

Hopefully somebody with some experience will chime in.

If I were to attempt something like this (and I havenít) I would probably join the pacific puddle jump and sail with some other boats. The destination is the Marquesas, so not Hawaii, which may not work for you. The PPJ website does list the ports and dates of departure for the participants going back more than 10 years. A quick look indicates most (Pre Covid) leave in Feb-April.
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Skip guam. Ponape to Truk to Palau is the tail end of the route.
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Old 18-08-2022, 19:29   #6
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Lots more information required to give a useful comment...
what kind of boat?
Are you planning on staying in the Philippines at the end of the trip?
Why Guam?
Do you want to make those jumps nonstop, or would you be interested in ports along the way?
When will you be ready to leave?
Do you have any ocean sailing experience?
Single-hand? Or crewed?
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Old 18-08-2022, 21:57   #7
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The boat is a 1977 Ingrid 38 ketch ferro hull Its as ready as i can get it for the trip .I will be solo and i do not plan to stay in philippines
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