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Posts Tagged ‘Martinique’

Current Location: Rodney Bay, St LuciaCurrent Position: 14 4.32 N 060 57.52 W Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 214 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereIn Barbuda our windlass gave up on us. Well, actually, it was a combination of two things: our anchor chain was rusty and (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Cocoa Point, BarbudaCurrent Position: 17 32.95 N 061 46.18 W Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 32 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereAlthough we spent quite a bit of time in Martinique we didn’t write much about it, only a few photos of the Carnival and (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Case Pilote, MartiniqueCurrent Position: 14 38.48 N 061 8.41 W Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 114 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereWell, here we are still sitting in Martinique! Ceu has been to Canada and back to see the grandchildren. Now my sister, Mitzi, and (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: St. Anne, MartiniqueCurrent Position: 14 26.46 N 060 53.08 W Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 2 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereFinally customs opened and we were able to check in. We are now legal and able to move to somewhere where we can get (Click to Read More...)
Current Location: Le Marin, MartiniqueCurrent Position: 14 27.78 N 060 52 W Click to view map. Distance sailed since last post: 24 nautical miles. View the map of our voyage track hereIt is Christmas Morning! A wet Christmas it poured all night and still drizzling! I did break the Portuguese tradition for the first time. (Click to Read More...)
We had a lovely sail across from St. Lucia yesterday. The sun was shining, the wind was close hauled about 15kts, and the seas were quiet. After about 4 hours we arrived at Marin Bay, and we short tacked up the narrow channel between various shoals. Why? Why not? We had the time, there was (Click to Read More...)