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... an accident, because it leads to police investigations; possible litigation; and people’s names in the newspapers. Not to mention the value of damages that can
be caused by one large vessel colliding with another! By now a crowd had assembled on the dock and someone had the good idea of getting buffers off some of the yachts and large motor vessels moored in the complex and dropping them over the side to try and cushion the impact of this rogue ...
... on the French side. Hot fresh baguettes instead of Gouda cheese wheels. But getting there was not simply an easy eight mile sail around the west end of the island….
Preparing early to get under way for Race 2 on Saturday morning, we noticed some fraying on the mainsail halyard on the static side of the 2:1 arrangement just below the masthead. This has been a continuing problem and we thought we had it solved. Pictures through ...
... natural feature. Thus, we knew the GPS coordinates for all the small, inflatable buoys used as turning marks – which are hard to see from a distance. Back on the boat, Navigator Donna loaded all the locations of all the marks we might have to find into our chart plotter as waypoints to be easily seen on our electronic chart of the island. No guessing where that next mark should be for us! This would also assist us in calling our tacks on ...
... be a chance for him to reunite as well with Bob, both of them having crewed with us on our November passages from the Chesapeake Bay to the Caribbean in both 2010 and 2011. Having Beckie with us was a nice bonus. Having all three of them to help crew in the Around St. Maarten Multihull Regatta was a real treat for us.
In the meantime we caught up with Mike and Suzi on Catana 431 Awakening and learned that they, following ...
... like it.) Tuto hadn’t received my last message, so the fact that he drove by as I was standing there was one of those ‘small world,’ or ‘small island,’ rather, instances. Tuto was working on his car with his cousin Sandy, on their way to get a part for the engine and so he couldn’t go to the Dutch side, but they put me on a bus headed there.
Once I had my cash, I walked next door to Top Carrot, a health food ...