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Welcome to the South Pacific! There are hundreds of great anchorages and ports in the two Island groups, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.

Represented in this edition is but a sampling of some of the more utilitarian ports of call that a cruiser should be aware of – and a few gems that are off the beaten path.

Latitude at Port Mary, Santa Ana Island

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Vanuatu & The Solomons

Anchorages in the South Pacific


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An older ‘Nivan’ – (short for ni-Vanatua)An older ‘Nivan’ – (short for ni-Vanatua) Photo by Captain Sean P. Meagher

Vanuatu

Formerly the Anglo-French ‘condominium’ New Hebrides, Vanuatu gained independence in 1980. The country comprises 13 main and many smaller islands, stretching 650 kilometres from north to south. The capital is Port-Vila on the island of Éfaté. Read more...
Latitude at Mborokua, west coastLatitude at Mborokua, west coast: Photo by Anil Thadani

Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands is a nation state made up of six main islands and over 900 smaller islands, covering 28,400 sq km between latitudes 5°-13°S, and longitudes 155°-69°E. The capital, Honiara, is on the island of Guadalcanal.  Read more...
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