DREAMCATCHER VOYAGE
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OUR LOCATION
DREAMCATCHER – CRUISING INFORMATION
PROPOSED ITINERARY/CONTACT INFORMATION

CAVEAT: subject to change based on the wind’s will!

September 2003  
California Coast (Capitola, Santa Catalina etc)

October 15-27,2003  
San Diego

November 2003
Mexico – Cabo San Lucas/Sea of Cortez/LaPaz

Dec 15/Jan 31
Bangkok/Singapore/Perth/California, via 747

Feb & Mar 2004
Mexico: La Paz, Puerto Vallarta, Sea of Cortez,   

April 2004
4 week Pacific Crossing to Marquesas, entry, Hiva Oa

May 2004
Marquesas (Hiva Oa, Oa Pu, Fatu Hiva, Nuku Hiva)

June 2004
Tuamotos – 2 or 3 attols TBD

June/July 2004
French Polynesia – Tahiti/Morea/Bora Bora

July 2004
Cook Is. –   Raratonga

Aug 2004
Tonga & possibly Beveridge Reef en route

September 2004
Tonga & passage to Fiji

October 2004
Fiji to New Caledonia (Noumea)

November 2004
Passage to Brisbane, Australia (tying up at Scarborough Marina in Moreton Bay) ETA  
arrival 13th November 04.

COMMUNICATIONS
SNAIL MAIL:
 
5255 Stevens Creek Blvd., # 271,
Santa Clara, California, 95051, USA.

This address is a mail station (the UPS store) who will  batch & re-direct our mail to
wherever we tell them: expect delays of several weeks or more.

PHONE:
(a) USA, till Mar 27th 2004:   GT: 1-650-867 9717 Limited Use.
(b) GSM INTERNATIONAL: Mobile Phone – only works when on land…(Telstra)
Australian number: 61 41 88 58 089.  Prefix this with your country’s int’l code, eg.
011, 001, 005 or 0011).
(c) Satellite: Motorola Iridium: XXXXXXXXXX : at sea.
Emergency or high importance communications, only. Number lodged with family &
close friends.

EMAIL:   
IN PORT:
hmellegers@yahoo.com and/or ssssssss1311@yahoo.com
Use these addresses for longer, non-urgent text, pictures & attachments, though we
request you remove us from your joke lists for the time being:

Do not expect prompt replies as connection is related to our ability to access good
internet cafes enroute.   
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AT SEA:  
We will have limited and slow access to email at sea via the single sideband (SSB)
radio.  Due to spamming, we will only provide the correct email address to friends. If
you would like the address, let us know


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SAILMAIL is a pay-for service provider for mariners. We are only allowed to be on each
for a total of 10 minutes a day, thus, messages should be brief. Neither are private,
both are
SLOW (10k baud), handling short (half page max), PLAIN-TEXT-ONLY content,
no attachments.  If you reply, delete our original message, to save transmission time.
Forgive us if we reply to you via a bulk distribution list.





FAX:
We will advise fax numbers enroute where you can send a fax to us.
Location and Sail Plan