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Reports

The Pacific Crossing Guide - 3rd Edition

Weather & Routing for a 2016 Pacific Ocean Passage - East to West – March to June 2016

Sailing Advisory Panama to Galapagos

Sailing Advisory Galapagos to Marquesas

Pacific Ocean Crossing: Collecting Water Samples on the Fly

South Pacific Cruising Notes: April to November 2013

Guidance on managing garbage when cruising remote islands in the Pacific

Pacific Planning Advice

South Pacific Ocean Passage Planning

Eastbound Pacific Crossing - Singapore to N. America

Mexico to the Line Islands - Expected Weather in December

Victoria, B.C., Canada to Yokohama, Japan

Pacific Crossing in 2010 and El Nino

Eastbound in North Pacific

Volcanic Activity Causes Magnetic Interference

Seattle to New Zealand - More comments added

San Diego to Brisbane - South or North?

Caribbean to Hong Kong

Australia To Hawaii

Eastward Route in North Pacific

Pacific East About

Australia, Sydney to Washington State, USA

USA, Seattle to Cambodia

Philippines, Subic Bay to Hawaii

Australia, Brisbane to Coquimbo, Chile

Chile to New Zealand

Ecuador to French Polynesia in September

Mexico to the Marquesas via powerboat

Hawaii, Honolulu to Brisbane, Australia

Marshall Islands to USA

Fiji to Canada - suggestions

Panama to Marquesas in February

Panama to Philippines - North Pacific Passage

Galapagos to French Polynesia: May/June 2015
SY Jacaranda did this trip in 21 days. Their blog post on this passage is interesting, useful and very entertaining.
North Pacific Weather Patterns
Posted December 2015
This article by Ocean Navigator focuses on the weather in the North Pacific during December 2015 and how to examine weather charts in order to learn more about Ocean weather patterns.
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