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... staff in our marina. When David went to start the port engine, it choked a few times and then went dead. This can't be good. ARGHHHH! After hours consulting with a couple of engineers and mechanics we decided that we would leave to Antigua to have a certified Yanmar mechanic work on it since it was still under warranty. This means we would need to travel 50 nautical miles into 4-6 foot seas and 20 knot winds. We would be averaging 2.5 nm per hour. A 20 ...
... a new dive spot and see how it compared to the rest of the Caribbean. I also wanted to try my luck at finding one of the infamous blue beads which you see the locals and expats wearing round their necks. Its generally thought that these blue glass beads were lost overboard from a cargo ship in the late 1600s. The beads are still found today in the popular dive spot aptly names 'Blue Bead Hole', its becoming less and less ...
... beach, the beach is alive with pelicans and skimmers fishing and frigate birds trying to steal off the skimmers, we braved the surf (large in 20+ kts wind) to go to Sunshine and check out the famous “killer bee” rum punch – wow its quite strong!!, and we somehow managed to get back to the boat for a lumpy night in strong winds over 30Kts.
19/2 Eventually we got up and pumped up the dinghy ( a twice daily exercise as the puncture is again getting ...
... conch fritters and lobster sandwich chased with local Carib beer. The island has much development, more so than St Croix where we had heard that old land rights and violence with tourists had scared away much of the investment. Not so here and in fact Marriott holds a nice spot on the Atlantic side with a resort and vacation properties. Perhaps someday a return ... Tomorrow to ...
... diving with Kenneth's. We saw some big polka-dotted rays which were pretty awesome. Also, I outlasted the other folks diving by a long shot for the first time ever. (Usually, I run low on air towards the beginning of the group. This week, I had at least 10 minutes after the other guys left AND I wasn't even that low when we went up.)
Finally, I did one last round-island drive.
So, now that I've lived here for a year, ...