Le Sereno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Sailed around from Grand Case Bay to to Marigot Bay (French side). We will stay here until Thursday. Thursday we will do a night sail up to Virgin Gorda in the BVI. Swimming and reading on the boat today. Dominic and Amber left today. Ricccardo from Italy joined today. 28 years old and works as a tour guide in Florence, Italy 6 months a year. Spends the other 6 months traveling the world, sometimes working, sometimes just ...
... St Barts. For New Years Eve. Immediately after Christmas, the huge super mega yachts leave us for St Barts. In
order to get a decent mooring near the Capital Gustavia, you understand. Our sail over was horrendous. Especially for me! Big seas..... big winds.... and big mal de mare! But eventually we made it into a sort of sheltered anchorage. Rolling a bit, but couldn't do anything at all about it! So New Years Eve was upon us. And as many mega yachts as ...
... the world started flooding in to make their millions. Today the capital is known for its beautifully colored buildings and the floating market, which is alongside the floating bridge. It is also a major dive destination, albeit shore diving, along with its many caves and sandy beaches. It is also a major producer of Aloe Vera, for products to be made from the juice of this plant, and ...
... portion is quite a bit bigger. The French side is an Overseas Collective (read mini French colony) while the Dutch side is effectively a province within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Dutch side is supposedly working toward full independence but the population tops out at about 42,000 so it won't be a world superpower any time soon (the other side has been condemned to never-ending French governance... but the food is supposed to be good).
... means that whenever they needed to move the sails, we had to turn some cranks to move them. We practiced our jobs a little and then got prepped to race. We were off! The course was around some buoys and back a few times. First, they were in the lead, then we caught up and were way ahead of them. Going into the final leg, we got a good head start, but they picked the other direction to turn around the buoy and ended up beating us by just a bit. Regardless, ...