Monthly Archives: June 2015
This is a short video of our sail from Guadeloupe to Martinique. Winds were 20+. We were making 6 to 7 knots under a double reefed main sail and about two thirds head sail! I am trying to edit our videos to make them a little more appealing. This is my first try… Turn your … Continue reading
We are enjoying our time here in Rodney Bay St Lucia. We are waiting on a weather window to move to Bequia, then Carriacou and Grenada. In order to get here we had to take advantage of a small weather window to make our way south. From Guadeloupe, we sailed to Portsmouth, Dominica, spent the … Continue reading
Safely arrived Rodney Bay St Lucia. Internet becoming a challenge. Will update soon. Waiting on weather again! Plan is Bequià, Carriacou, then Grenada…all subject to the whim of mother nature. Fat on fuel and food, Grenada is only 30 hours away if we need to make a run for it.
We have been having a great time in Guadeloupe for the past few days. We are in Deshaies (Day-hay) on the northwest coast, on a free municipal mooring. Guadeloupe is a French island and it’s beautiful and clean! The currency is the Euro but the dollar is pretty strong right now so it’s not too … Continue reading
We have been enjoying a bit of solitude being the only boat in the anchorage. The military from about seven or eight countries including the US and Canada, have been conducting exercises here, which has provided us with some excitement and entertainment. I spent my adult life in the military, never attended exercises in St Kitts! We spend most of the day in … Continue reading