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Cruises visiting Pulap Atoll & all Pulap Atoll cruises for  2020

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Pulap Atoll consists of three islands – Pollap in the north, Tamatam in the south, and Fanadik to the central west – spread N-S over 10 km, to the north of New Guinea in the western Pacific Ocean. Pulap is part of the widely scattered Caroline Islands. The Atoll belongs to the state of Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia, and has a population of around 1300. Here you can still find traditional master navigators— Pollap and nearby Poluwat are considered to have some of the best navigators and ocean-going outrigger canoes in the Pacific, guided by the stars and currents.

The idyllic islands offer white sandy beaches that are lined by coconut palms and are resting places for the many large and small outrigger canoes. Under the shading palms are traditional thatched homes, and children playing. So, just go walking, along the beach, past the driftwood and fishing gear, sidestepping coconuts, and gazing across the blue waters. Stop at villages and chat about local customs, schools, dress, singing, dancing, and traditional values. Life has none of the essentials – Internet, smart phones, refrigerators - islanders get their food from fishing and tending taro crops. Coconut fibre is used to thatch wooden huts and for weaving clothes. It's self-sufficiency learned across generations.

The local population is slowly dwindling as young ones move to larger islands for further education and employment. The occasional cruise ship is warmly welcomed. Interestingly, in April 2016, three shipwrecked sailors were rescued from Fanadik after spelling out HELP with palm leaves, an aerial photograph of which is still widely circulated today.

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