Gansevoort Turks + Caicos
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... seasickness. Let's just hope we can continue our success. Maya has been able to help relieve Dave and I from the helm for 2-3 hours a day. This allows us to sneak in a cat nap or take a break thus still within shouting distance. She always has one of us checking in with her now and then. Its a big responsibility and she takes it very seriously.
By late afternoon we saw four story condos and luxury hotels rise from the sea marking the west entrance ...
... was blowing unto the shore (a side on shorewind) which makes the launching of the kite a bit tricky. It's great for when you are up and kiting so you do not have to worry about ending up in the middle of the ocean but launching the kite is another thing. I only had a short run and Brian had to help me. Since he didn't have a harness, that was not the best condition for him to chaperone me so we decided to go to the "Do It" ...
Our plans to go snorkeling fell through so when the hotel was offering this glow worm tour, we thought we would give it a try. Pick-up at the hotel was around 4:15 pm and we spent a good 30 more minutes picking up additional passsengers at other hotels. Then we sailed over to the Leeward Marina where the crew picked up food for the trip. Then it's ...
Flights outside the US have a few more steps than domestic flights. First is the electronic Advanced Passenger Information System (eAPIS) set up by US Customs and Border Protection to gather information on who is leaving and entering the country in small planes (and vessels). I've used it before, but I don’t use it often enough to be fluent so I re-learn it every time. The password to gain access also expires after 90 days (I’m told) so if you ...
... before going bankrupt. Cooper Jack sits abandoned with empty bulkheads and scattered piles of timber and brick, offering a deep, completely still, and protected harbor to tuck into. It was pretty impressive, actually. But just in case you thought it was too easy, we did have the challenge of figuring out what to tie the boat up to - there were bulkheads, but there were no pilings or cleats on which to attach our dock lines. Luckily, tucked all the way in around the last corner, ...