Market Day in St Georges

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The best time to go to the market is in the morning. All of the fish and meat come in the morning, and there are not that many people. We were looking for a yellow fin tuna for sushi. Yellow fin tuna are really good Read More
Our first experience at Spicemas Carnival in Grenada is J’ouvert. They say this is the biggest show at carnival. I thought that the J’ouvert celebration with people dressed as Jab Jabs was crazy—not scary but crazy. Read More
We sailed up for the Carriacou Regatta. There were some cruising boats, but mostly there were locally built boats in the races. The small boats started on the beach in Hillsborough, so people were getting into Read More
While we were anchored in Simpson Bay in Saint Martin, we saw what hurricanes can do. Hurricane Irma hit the island last year. When we went in the lagoon in our dinghy, we saw lots and lots of sunken boats. There Read More
After waiting for a long time in the Bahamas Out Islands, mom and dad finally decided we had a weather window. When they first told us it would be about 5 days or more, we thought that’s a long time, almost a week. Read More
We’re south of Crooked Island anchored off Long Cay which used to be called Fortune Island. There are reefs all around. We got into the dinghy, and drove to where sv Double Instinct crew was already diving. Read More
We arrive for the 65th Annual National Family Island Regatta. and anchor just off Kidd Cove in Georgetown, Exuma. The harbor is packed with cruising boats. Hundreds are anchored off Monument Beach, Chat Read More
With gentle ENE winds, it’s another lazy sail south. By lunchtime we arrive at our waypoint just off Sampson Cay. It’s midday, so we easily see through the clear Bahamian water to work our way through Read More