Simpson Bay Resort & Marina
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Cet emplacement est magnifique. On a eu un appartement avec grand balcon donnant sur la Baie Simpson et sur la piscine.
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... to get another squillion watts out of their speakers.
Fortunately we’d seen it last year.... and knew what to expect. So we armed ourselves with
earplugs. And a jolly good thing we did, because even with these on it was fantastically loud. Anyway, I hope you like the sort video clips, and there will be much more in the next couple of weeks, because Dyana & I are off travelling, an you never know what may ...
... off the raft took no time at all and Dyana threw a long rope in just in case I needed it. The little dingy flew to the harbour masters office and he really didn’t need much persuasion to act rapidly. Something that hardly ever happens
on the island. Grabbing his radio and leaping into the dingy in a matter of seconds. (I think he was thinking to himself, 'If there’s going to be a disaster, it’s NOT going to on my watch!). in reality, ...
... Yacht Club to check the results. We knew we had beaten all our Multihull 2 class competitors on elapsed time, but could only hope that we had beaten them on corrected time. The LED display screens told the story. We were the only B course boat to sail the course in under 4 hours. We beat the next fastest boat around the course, a Swan 46 Milanto, by over 13 minutes elapsed time. We beat the next fastest Multihull 2 class boat, Guimamalou, by ...
... wind to provide a standard yacht racing starting line. A windward mark was set approximately 1 mile upwind from the start which became the first mark of every race, providing an upwind leg after the start, also standard yacht racing procedure. The race courses were set all around the island and consisted of approximately twenty temporary turning marks as well as natural features, such as small islands. Once started, the 16 different classes would ...
... water or in fact a radio! Typical! So they threw us a line and we started towing them albeit at a slower pace than we’d been doing.
And then a sudden thought stuck me..... What if they were illegal aliens or, perhaps they were smuggling drugs under the pretence of being in trouble and having to be towed in to the island! What did I really know about them? For all I knew they could be people smugglers, or worse... what really was the truth? In fact all of the ...