Anchorage at Pulau Woha, Indonesia

By Art on (with 6 comments)


18 meters

Woohoo we're are at WoHa! This is truly our first anchorage here in Indonesia. We don't count the days at anchor outside the city of Tual because it was not that nice and we were only there to clear customs, provision and refuel (all of which took lots of time!). Once all that was completed, we sailed about 30 nm around the island to the west and arrived at this amazing place.

There is a 2km sand spit that rises from the sea at low tide and it's incredible to see and experience this secret place in nature. We've never seen anything like it on all our travels so, of course, we had to swim, snorkel, kite surf, walk and shoot lots of photos. It was also a great opportunity for me to get some action with our Dji Phantom 4 drone. For sure you'll see some of this footage in a future 'Tracy Video' and in an upcoming photo gallery. As a tease, see the photo below shot today from the end of the sand spit at about 100 meter high from the drone. An incredible place!

It's so wonderful to able to be back at anchor again and enjoy all the nature around us! Everyone is finally sleeping well and relaxing... just what we needed!

Sand 'spit' at Pulau Woha

Anchorage Position

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  • comment from Jill Jill on September 18, 2018

    What a fantastic picture! The colors of water/sand never cease to amaze me. I’m glad to hear all is well and you are back at it again.

  • comment from Sue Sue on September 1, 2018

    Omg gorgeous pics sooooo glad to hear you have arrived safely, yeah🎉 Looking forward to seeing more pics and info about the places you will be experiencing🤗😘🤗😘

  • comment from Suzanne And Michael Mac Donald Suzanne And Michael Mac Donald on August 31, 2018

    It looks just amazing. We envy you the warm waters and the swimming. It is Spring here from tomorrow but still cold. It is nice to see our garden come to life with new growth and flowers but looking forward to have the doors open and wearing summer clothes again. Tracy, Michael is now driving a pair of Welsh ponies. Grand daughter Phoebe, almost sixteen is learning to drive and has a natural talent.

  • comment from Jac Holzman Jac Holzman on August 30, 2018

    What vicarious lives you've created for those of us who remain on land but receive much pleasure from your willingness to share your adventure.

    Jac H.

  • comment from Tara Tara on August 30, 2018

    Wow! That is absolutely stunning! Great article and pics!

  • comment from Alberto Alberto on August 30, 2018

    Beautiful pic, tks, enjoy but we would like to see others drone photos and videos of course! Ciao to you and the crew! ....and to FG!