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... blown then on just alcohol! Tuesday and maintenance calls. Eric rigs up the Davits for new dinghy (now called Lassie) and Sal stitches the helm. *************e we launch Sallie1 and paddle around the bay for a. few hours. Evening entertainment laid on as the Gendarmes arrive in the customs boat and start boarding several large catamarans in the bay! Think they know what they are looking for but we have no ...
Arrival in St. Barts was supposed to be near 10:00, but before our alarm even went off this morning, we started hear the normal anchoring noises, so we looked out (before 7:00), and we were at anchor with lots of ships and yachts around us. The first thing we saw out our porthole was another tall ship: the Sea Cloud II.
We were able to tender ...
... the run. And yes, another face plant. Please click on the video to watch him doing it.
So much for this frivolity. Now the real stuff starts, The Heineken Regatta. One of the world’s major regatta’s, and this year there are over two hundred yachts entered. Oh, and just in case you were wondering, the obligatory massive parties. And the good news is that they’re on our local beach within a five minute walk. Will blog this really soon.
... to the marina with Marilyn and explore the town. Expensive and not our scene so after ogling a few super yachts moored effectively beside the main street we move further out around the shore and find a place to sit and harbour watch. Then on to shell beach with steel drum band and a sunset. Our ship Star Clipper is lit up and sits on the horizon. Ever since I have been a kid i have looked out to see or into the bay and thought wouldn't it be lovely if i was leaving on ...
... another bottleneck. There were so many boats rounding that mark as we approached it that we didn’t even see it until it was close – when enough boats got out of our line of sight. But there was no doubt of where it probably was--we had the waypoint on the chartplotter and we’d been around it in the opposite direction twice before with our electronic bread crumb trail showing our previous tracks.
Then it was back upwind ...