Fanning Island, Kiribati Overview
Tabuaeran, also known as Fanning Island or Fanning Atoll is one of the Line Islands of the central Pacific Ocean, and part of Kiribati. It is an atoll located at 3°51′36″N 159°21′52″. The land area is 33.73 km2, and the population in 2010 was 1,960. The maximum elevation is about 3 m (10 ft) above high tide.
Detailed Map of Fanning Island, Kiribati
Top Videos for Cruise Destination Fanning Island, Kiribati–Created by BoostVacations.com Staff
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A day of the life of The Privateer in Fanning Island Time Lapse
We were tied up to a sunken rusty boat for about 3 weeks while we fixed a broken Head Stay on the boat at Fanning Island, Kiribati in the South Pacific. This is a time lapse video of a 'typical day' for The Privateer while tied up on this barge.
Surfing in Tabuaeran, Kiribati 2009.m4v
Surfing on Tabuaeran. Photos from surfer Urs traveling on the ship KWAI, July 2009. Check us out on www.svkwai.com
Beautiful Unsploit Beaches in Fanning Island
Tabuaeran (also known as Fanning Island or Fanning Atoll) in Kiribati, Micronesia. Very primitive island: no electricity, no running water, no telephone, no internet. Very pretty. I visited the island in October 2012
Christmas Island Kiribati
Christmas on Christmas Island with Chuck Corbett and Family, Mike Wesselman, and Dominic Purdue
FANNING ISLAND, KIRIBATY 2010
Fanning Island Winter Vacation
Fanning Island Winter Vacation http://www.pennystockspayd.com
2003 Fanning Atoll Surf Video intro
Opening from my Fanning atoll stay in 2003
Secret Surf Spot by Bicho Papao
Bicho Papao is a sailboat which left Brazil in 2000. Its crew is taking it slowly around the world finding amazing places like this one.
Fanning Island from the air
VIDEO Sailing Leaving Fanning Island.m4v
Fanning Island is a small atoll in the South Pacific located some 1100 miles South of Hawaii. After a month's stay on the island, we sailed off for American Samoa.