Turquoise Shell Inn
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- Free parking
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... on the blog, you will know that we seem to go to a few of the nearby islands. There are two reasons for this. The first is that if you do not leave, you may get what the locals call ‘Island fever’. This is a malady where you become so very complacent with
your surroundings and everything you do. Or, are not looking for anything new. Nothing more exciting than you are doing at the moment. And that is definitely not for us. The second reason is that our ...
... 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, ...
... minutes corrected time and achieved first place in our class. We were ecstatic with our performance and couldn’t wait to get back on the course for Race 2. “A round of Heinekens for the crew!”
Race 2 – French finish
Race 2 was Saturday, March 3 and was traditionally the day the French side of the island got into full regatta mode as the race started off Simpson Bay on the Dutch side but would finish in ...
... of the same turning marks, depending on their assigned courses. For each class in each of the three races, the Race Committee would announce (on each morning of each race just prior to start) a course to sail consisting of some combination of marks to go around. There was a common finish line for all classes.
Included in the racing instructions we would receive were the GPS coordinates for each temporary turning mark which wasn’t ...
Our return to St. Maarten from Saba on February 22 with Bob and Beckie was timed to greet good friend Capt. Wally who would arrive the next day. We had asked expert yacht racer Wally to join us again for the Around St. Maarten Multihull Regatta being held February 25 as he had last year. He eagerly accepted, perhaps further encouraged by our plans to also enter the more impressive, annual St. Maarten Heineken Regatta the following week. ...