Ka-luna-moo (Kä-lȏna-moo) n. 1. The name of a festive day celebrating the fortunes that can be achieved by embracing opposing viewpoints. 2. from lost South Seas folk tales embracing opposite ideas 3. Literally, sun moon and sea.
Kalunamoo is a 47′ Vagabond ketch built in Tiwan in 1988. It is a heavy displacement sailboat and has been Bill and Maureen’s home since 2011. It has been their only home since 2011 and they continue to cruise to where the warm weather is, mostly in the East Caribbean Islands – Puerto Rico to Trinidad.
See our present location as reported by Marine Traffic: https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/details/ships/shipid:435262/mmsi:367040390/vessel:KALUNAMOO
Cruising and living aboard is a very social lifestyle. We are members of the Seven Seas Cruising Association (Commodores), The Salty Dawg Sailing Association and the Ocean Cruising Club. If you see us at anchor, come on over and say hello!
If you see Kalunamoo flying this flag, come on aboard and join the JAM session. Bill has a keyboard aboard and loves to host these informal/non professional, joyfull noise gatherings.
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