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... cascaded down; the Boat yards are behind getting all the yachts back in the water. All the "Yacht Tradies" are flat out doing repairs. Parts are in short supply. Everyone is behind schedule. There is no use getting your knickers in a knot and making life hard for everyone. Maybe that's my smart game. I guess I'll find out when I get the bill!
That's all for now from the far flung reaches of civilisation.
Ciao for Now. Hope you're all well and happy.
Had a bit of bad news today in that the Autopilot system is on the way out. Best estimate is it will work for one week to six months. Problem is that the humidity and resulting condensation over time have caused corrosion to start forming on some critical electrical components. Parts for this unit are no longer available (of course) so there is nothing for it but to buy and install a completely new unit at $2500USD plus labour. ...
... empty apart from the alcoholic manager sticking to the bar all day and a guy from the US, that kind of quit everything to try to find a job on the island. He was really nice but not really mature nor ready for such an adventure. The guy was broke after having spent a week in a 200$ a night resort spending his time in Casinos, etc. Yep, that kind of guy... I tried to help him a bit with his plan, it was a nice guy that just needed to ...
... St. Martin has
some of the prettiest beaches in the Caribbean, with assets to please
the more adventurous, one attraction is to go to Queen Juliana
International airport, hang onto the fence by the beach, and wait
for the jet plane blast when they take off.
it's a family, or for those with nothing but the radio on with a pair
of sunglasses, and SPF 50 sun cream; ...
... it has been brilliant so far. Lets just go with the flow so to speak.So after a short sail, we arrived at what could only be considered, a little bit of heaven dropped into the tranquil azure blue waters of the Caribbean. Tiny waves caressing the white beach. Only one word... WOWEEEE.
"OK," he said picking up a plastic bucket, "those who want to swim to the shore are welcome, I have to take the dinghy."
Odd, I thought? So leaping off the Cat, all our ...