Historic, but not a grand as Seville, Cadiz was interesting. However, the marina was way less equipped for chandlery than we expected. Negotiating store opening hours was also an experience! Having carefully calculated tides and weather, we left early the morning after a storm to sail to Gibraltar. Unfortunately all our Gib photos were accidentally deleted.
Had a brief 3 day sail through the Bahamas (beautiful) where we picked up Doug and Cheri in Nassau for our sail to Bermuda. That proved to be a 2-day fast reach followed by 5 day bouncy beat. In Bermuda we picked up Offri (from Israel), met up once again with \'Ondine\', and then set off for the Azores.
Mustique is the land of the rich. The totally private island is jointly owned by about 400 people, including the likes of Mick Jagger, Liz Hurley, Johnny Depp and Kate Moss and the heads of companies like Nike and Maxim, each of whom also own private homes valued in the $tens of millions. But one can still visit in a private yacht and tour the island. No, we didn\'t meet Shania Twain this time.
We sailed our first overnight passage from BVI to St. Martin, where we got some repairs and upgrades done. Then a storm was on its way, so we sailed rapidly to Grenada - but had to stop in Dominica to sort out a tangle in our spinnaker on the way, and then in Martinique to finish the repair. Beautiful sail past St. Vincent, arriving in Grenada early in the morning.