Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Sail the Sunset and Sleep the Night.

Vicky and Tsubasa joined Fu Kyo to
Sail the Sunset
and to have a good experience sleeping the night on board.

Amazing neh!

This is what they wrote at TripAdvisor:

My wife and I are on a 10day vacation and after reading great reviews about Fukuoka Sunset Sailing, we decided our first stop will be this.

What an amazing experience it was. The ride was smooth, the wind was refreshing, the sunset was amazing and on our return we saw the night view of the port including the colorful illuminated ferris wheel and the lit up chapel.

We also stayed overnight on the Sailing Catamaran which includes shower with hot water, beds and a kitchen! 

I would like to say big thanks to the Captain Yap and crew member Rick who made this trip a memorable one. We now have interest in sailing and we hope to sail you soon in the future!

Thank you Tsubasa and Vicky.

Indeed, hope to Sail you Again.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

ON AIR: BS ASAHI, Tuesday 21 April 2015

Tuesday 21 April 2015,
BS ASAHI TV will do a documentary
about our life in Meinohama Port, Fukuoka.
The program is between 19:00--21:00

Besides Fu Kyo it will feature 
Alishan, the Meinohama fishmarket (x2),
Nokonoshima, cruising Hakata Wan and Genkai Sea,
 and some of us.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

なんしょうと? on board of Fu Kyo

Fukuoka's popular TV program なんしょうと?
came on board of Fu Kyo for a Sunset Cruise.

On Air:
Friday 8 May 2015, 

Loads of fun and pretty sunset.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

More about the Birdwatching trips with Fu Kyo

Bird-watching Out at Sea.

Ever tried to do so on a mono-hull?

Marijke made some great updates.
Here are the links to what was seen those 2 days.

Part 1 & 6 are the main reason to go on 
this bird-watching trip with Fu Kyo the Cat.
And indeed it was a success.
Fu Kyo is just an ideal vessel for this kind of events.

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Great Pictures, Marijke!
Thanx for sharing.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Fu Kyo is looking for crew.

Fu Kyo is looking for crew (1).

If you like to go a for Sail on the Bay
and are happy to share a hand,
 hoist a sail and help the customers....
please let me know.

As you can understand,
 this is not a regular job,
doesn't have regular hours and
doesn't get paid the regular salary
(but we do pay some).

Experience isn't needed: training while we are sailing.
But: Luff for the Sea is a must.

How many crew doesn't NIPPON MARU need to go for Sail?