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72 hours in Montserrat

Montserrat 9th April 2018 The only port of entry for yachts arriving in Montserrat is Little Bay, so that's where we dropped our anchor feeling battered and knackered after a lively and lumpy sail from Guadeloupe. Although Little Bay (as the name implies) is small,...

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Death in Paradise

Wednesday 4th April 2018 Whales Soon after leaving Îles des Saintes, we switched off the engine and enjoyed a peaceful sail most of the way to Deshaies with the wind blowing at a steady angle and speed. This was champagne sailing without the champagne. Only when...

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Îles des Saintes

Dominica to Îles des Saintes Our sail from Dominica to Îles des Saintes presented us with uncharacteristically flat seas. The wind also blew in the right direction all the way. This was good news for the 50% of crew with a chronic hangover. The boat didn't roll or...

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Dominica

Martinique to Dominica 29th March 2018 The sail to Dominica was superb in even flatter seas than the last time we sailed. In weather like this, it is difficult to imagine the scenes of devastation on 18th September 2017 when hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on Dominica. ...

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Martinique

St Lucia to Martinique The aroma of freshly baked croissants and the sound of the Marseillaise drifting across the water announced our imminent arrival in Martinique. Then, as we got closer, we could see people on bicycles adorned with stripy jumpers with strings of...

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Rodney Bay – St Lucia

A Trip to the Local Shop The journey from Marigot Bay to St Lucia was like a trip to the local shop. And to some extent it was. The journey was short and uneventful, and we spent more than intended. Over the last couple of weeks, we have been steadily emptying our...

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Marigot Bay Resort

Holiday in Marigot Bay This sailing malarkey can be hard.  Not the actual sailing,  that's relatively easy. What's hard is all the work necessary to ensure we continue to sail. Whether it is cleaning or repairing or maintenance, there's always something to do - every...

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St Lucia Here We Come

Farewell to Cumberland Bay At 6.30 AM on 25th February, Ratty untied our long line from the tree to which we had been attached for almost a week. And to the sound of Ratty singing ‘When will I see you again’, while waving his arms from the shoreline, we gathered in...

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Calm in Cumberland Bay

Mojitos Calabash and Honesty After nearly being flattened by our nemesis, the barge and tug, to say it's a relief to be out of the way of the action is somewhat of an understatement. Safely tied to a tree outside the Mojito restaurant under the watchful gaze of Kenny...

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Nearly Crushed in Cumberland Bay

You Have to Move! The shouting started at 10 PM. All was peaceful in the bay before that. Maria and I sat below watching a film when we heard someone outside shouting "Hey!", followed by something illegible, then a pause for a minute or so, then "Hey!" We thought it...

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