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... the boat remaining under quarantine until Customs opened again in the morning. Damn Brits!
What a gorgeous place the Virgin Islands are, a string of green mountainous islands packed closely together inviting constant island hopping, just what we have in store for the next month. The 60 islands that comprise the B.V.Is offer no shortage of scenic views, covered in their blossoming greenery. Steven and I laughed at how someday, probably not too far off, ...
... the best resort in the Caribbean, Jumby Bay met me and took me home to have afternoon tea with his lovely family for a couple of hours. A cup of tea cake always helps calm the English and anchor us to what we know! Joining the hopping flights to St kitts, St Martaan and finally Tortolla added to my confusion and wide eyed wonder at the surreal 24hrs I was part of. Meeting Gill at the airport, joining Fabiola and big hugs from Lisa and ...
... Snails to start and swordfish for main. best swordfish i have had, unusually succulent. In recognition of the pitching ship we all drink iced water. Tonight's entertainment is 'quiz with the drum'. Again great fun and although many of the questions are the same as last week we fail to finish on the podium. Running with the answer to bang the drum is very difficult as the ships rolling makes the Tropical bar floor lurch from slight incline to steep ...
During our visit to the Spanish Virgins last spring (Culebra and Vieques), we had the pleasure of meeting LaRue and Susan on their Hunter 450, S/V Southern Cross. We spent a few days together then at Cayo Luis de Pena and had a big time. We'd kept in touch and finally arranged to rendezvous with them in Brewers Bay, St. Thomas on February 2. This was conveniently near Crown Bay where we had to say goodbye to Ken and Joan that morning.
... tack have right-of-way over sailboats on port tack. The boat without right-of-way is obligated to change course to avoid collisions. The “tack” a boat is on is determined by which side of the boat the wind is on. This is usually easily determined by the opposite of which side of the boat the mainsail boom is on. With the boom on the port side (wind on the starboard side) you’re on starboard tack and vice versa. As we ...
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