Hotel La Chatelaine
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... Blue the whole way here, first time I have used this airline. I am really impressed with the service, but especially the legroom. I bought cheap seats both flights and it felt like business class or better- lots of room for my long frame. Would highly recommend. So far I have only lost my hat- left it on the plane, oh well! Diving on Saba tomorrow, ...
... There were a lot of broken pottery pieces from as early as the 17th and 18th centuries. There was some broken glass from bottles mixed in as well as some clay pipes and animal bones. We got down to the task of meticulously cleaning them with toothbrushes and a bucket of water (which, I'm finding, I really love doing). After that we had a delicious lunch made for us by Ryan's girlfriend consisting of tuna fish salad, flax crackers, homemade buns, ...
For unknown reasons, the second place Multihull 2 class boat from the day before, Guimamalou, did not start Race 2. On the broad reach to the west end of the island Race 1’s third place finisher, Team Organizational Restructuring aka Katzenellenbogen, the Lagoon 410 skippered by Sir Robbie Ferron, was in view flying a spinnaker that allowed him to catch up to us. And once into Anguilla channel on the upwind leg he seemed ...
... of more laid back cruising monohulls who just wanted to participate for fun and to go to the parties….
Dave was somewhat disappointed to learn that on Start Circle B our Multihull 2 class was specified to start after all other B classes, except for the Lottery class (presumably the slowest) which was to start last. For each race, the B start schedule commenced at 10:00 AM each day with Bareboat 1 class, followed by the other ...
... the mark on starboard with the right-of-way. We held our tack for a bit longer and got a nice lift to be able to clear the windward mark on port tack and bear away on the first real leg of the race – getting there far in advance of any starboard tack boats.
In the counter-clockwise direction, the first leg after rounding the windward starting mark was one, long, close hauled port tack upwind in sloppy seas along ...
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