The Azure Hotel
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... in charge of a craft has to do is make totally sure the vessel is safe before leaving. Well, this ******** hadn’t. Between the three of us, and the owners wife we slowly extricated the yacht from where it had fouled other boats lines and anchor chains. And suddenly it was free. The owner had the engine on and edged it away from the moored boats. What an absolute palaver. And just to prove what an idiot he was he never even said thank you..... Now ...
... many times before, Donna winched Dave up the mast and he hung on with both legs and one arm wrapped around it long enough to untie, then shorten and re-tie the halyard with one hand such that the frayed part was no longer in use. He didn’t even try to cut out the bad section with the razor knife he took up there with him as he was swinging around so badly. Instead he tied up the extra line – again with one hand – around the top ...
... the night or tied up at the marina there.
Race 3 on Sunday, March 4, was from Marigot Bay back to Simpson Bay on the Dutch side. Once again, individual classes may have been assigned additional, intermediate or extra marks to round. Post race evening festivities, including the final awards ceremony, were held on Kim Sha Beach on Simpson Bay.
The corrected time finish position in each race for each boat in a class became their ...
... either way, the race started and finished at the same location. Regardless, this made moot all the pre-race strategy we had debated for the long, clockwise direction course’s windward leg in Anguilla Channel – stay close to St. Martin or tack all the way across to Anguilla? That’s where we thought we could improve over last year’s race, in which we placed third, but now comparisons became irrelevant as we would ...
... back of Ryan’s Mustang with Patricia and we set off down the street. The Simpson Bay drawbridge was filled with traffic, people lined up on the harbor to see Laura Dekker make her way in from a sailing trip around the world. I should mention Laura Dekker is 16…yes, 16! I couldn’t believe that when I heard it. She is the youngest person to single-handedly circumvent the globe by boat. Can you imagine being 16, sailing the open ...