A few more images from our 2011 Mission of Mercy this time the small islands of Tuen, Nila, and Serua

Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011

Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission 2011 Medang Island

Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011

Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011 Medang Island

Historic vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011
Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011
Historic vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011

Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011

Historic Vessel Vega Tuen Island
Historic Vessel Vega Tuen Island
Humanitarian Mission Vega 2011

Humanitarian Mission Vega 2011

Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011

Humanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011Humanitarian Mission Vega 2011

Humanitarian vessel Vega Crew Jo Anne Har and Alexis Marsh working in the rigging

historic vessel Vega Crew Jo Anne Har and Alexis Marsh working in the riggingHumanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011 Nila IslandHumanitarian vessel Vega Mission Vega 2011Humanitarian Mission Vega 2011

Who says sailing is always hard work on the Historic vessel Vega
Who says sailing is always hard work on the Historic vessel Vega
Jo Anne Har works in the rigging of Historic Vessel Vega

Jo Anne Har works in the rigging of Historic Vessel Vega

Jo Anne Har Volunteer Crew on Vega 2011
Jo on the hot springs beach at Nila
Historic vessel Vega 2011 missions

Humanitarian vessel Vega 2011 missions to East IndonesiaJo on the hot springs beach at NilaJo Anne Har works in the rigging of Historic Vessel Vega

Humanitarian Vessel Vega Aground at Nila
H/V Vega aground while delivering educational and medical supplies to Nila Island

These are a few of the images we made during our deliveries to the small island

communities Indonesian islands of Teun, Nila, and Serua this year. They are quite isolated, no charts for them, and abandoned by the government since 1978. That means Vega is there only real source of educational and medical supplies. to see the whole collection go to this link http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.202140896521816.48951.125068434229063&type=1 We also deliver

Historic Vessel Vega Nila Island 2011

Humanitarian Vessel Vega aground while delivering educational and medical supplies to Nila Island

nails, vegie seeds, and fishing supplies to help improve the communities standard of living.

Historic vessel Vega 2011 mission

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Historic vessel Vega 2011 mission

Humanitarian Vessel Vega delivering educational and medical supplies in East Indonesia

Humanitarian vessel Vega mission 2011

H/V Vega delivering educational and medical supplies ti Nila Island

Historic vessel Vega 2011 mission

Humanitarian vessel Vega delivers midwives kits educational and medical supplies to Nila Island 2011 missions to East Indonesia

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