On Passage to Kumai
Indonesia
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STARSHIP is on the South East Asian leg of 1000 day voyage around the world. 

The STARSHIP Millennium Voyage circumnavigates the globe visiting some of the most remote places on Earth. Making passage at a relatively sedate 10 knots we don't travel much faster than the early explorers. By the end of the voyage STARSHIP will have logged approximately a year at sea, for two days in a location we spend a day traveling.

LOCATION

DATE

Anacortes

 

Hanson Island, BC

14-Aug-98

Anacortes

23-Aug-98

Bell Harbor, Seattle

13-Sep-98

SFO & Farallons

28-Sep-98

Los Angeles

7-Oct-98

San Diego

12-Oct-98

Cabo san Lucas

14-Nov-98

Socorro

23-Nov-98

Puntarenas

20-Dec-98

Isla de Cocos

24-Dec-98

Golfito

3-Jan-98

Coiba

8-Jan-99

Panama Canal

9-Jan-99

Roatan

14-Jan-99

Cuba

24-Jan-99

Fort Lauderdale

4-Feb-99

Bahamas

1-Mar-99

Venezuela

24-Mar-99

Brazil

30-Apr-99

San Blas

3-Jun-99

Panama

5-Jun-99

Malpelo

7-Jun-99

Galapagos

14-Jun-99

Marquesas

19-Jul-99

Papetee

17-Aug-99

Bora Bora

21-Aug-99

Cook Islands

Sep 99

Niue

Sep 99

Tonga

Oct 99

Fiji

Oct 99

Bay of Islands, NZ

Nov 99

Auckland Dez 99

South Island

Jan 00

Barrier Reef

Mar-00

Palau

1-Jun-00

Mindanao

15-Jun-00

Mindoro

23-Jun-00

Borneo

8-Jul-00

Bitung

23-Jul-00

Spice Islands

3-Aug-00

Darwin

15-Aug-00

Komodo

1-Sept-00

Krakatau

10-Sept-00

Chagos Archipel

25-Sept-00

Socotra

15-Oct-00

Eritrea

29-Oct-00

Tanzania

25-Nov-00

Capetown

24-Dec-01

Luderitz

20-Jan-01

Lagos

19-Feb-01

Accra

25-Feb-01

Cap Verde

14-Mar-01

Azores

29-Mar-01

Ampere

15-Apr-01

Lissabon

22-Apr-01

Brest

4-May-01

Calais

6-May-01

Hamburg

11-May-01


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Digital images by OLYMPUS   
Made possible by MICROSOFT, OLYMPUS, SONY and Deutsche Telekom
In scientific cooperation with WWF, F.A. Brockhaus and DLR.