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ALL AT SEA FREE JULY 2012 CARIBBEANDONALD STREET: AUTHOR & SAILING LEGEND TALL SHIPS OF THE CARIBBEAN RACING: Antigua Sailing WeekDESTINATION: Old San Juan Inside: Manatees, Our Gentle Giants

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4 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Editors Log If you want to bury your head in the sand, then best stay on the beach,Ž is how one Caribbean skipper put it when his crew were complaining about trying to repair a piece of equipment while at sea. Plato put it another way, he said necessity is the mother of inventionŽ and he must have coined that little gem with sailors in mind. For instance, a few years ago I was on a steel cruising boat where the owner had made everything, including the door hinges. He had no option because he built the boat illegally in a communist country at a time when owning a yacht could get you hauled to the gulag. The mast was a work of art built from two aluminum street lights welded together. All the halyards ran inside the mast and it was a double spreader rig. A couple of circumnavigations later, the yacht is still going. Another piece of inventive necessity was the jury rudder put together by a friend after his yachts steering gear failed in mid Atlantic. His “rst reaction to the boat suddenly luffing into the wind and then sailing in circles was to go below, roll a cigarette and make a cup of tea. Over the next two days, he removed two cabin doors, bolted them together and, using a spinnaker pole as a tiller, made a rudder with which he completed his transatlantic voyage. Going back to the early days of cruising, Joshua Slocum, who is credited with being the “rst man to sail solo around the world, would never have completed his voyage had he not designed a burglar alarm. For those who dont know the story, Slocum was tired of being boarded and ripped off while at anchor, so at night he scattered tin tacks on the deck. The thieves paid one more visit and never came back. This is a trick worth knowing but not something I would recommend if you are forgetful. My own forced inventions have been weird and wonderful and include pennies in place of copper washers, temporary repairs with duct tape that have lasted over a year and a simple device that allowed my wife to take a pee without having to get out of her oilskins in heavy weather. If you have come up with an invention that has saved the day then please share it with All At Sea You show me yours and Ill show you mine! One man who can never be accused of burying his head in the sand is Donald Street Jr., the father of Caribbean cruising guides. I “rst met the famed rock-pilot while harborhopping along the south coast of Puerto Rico. One evening Gary E. Brown, Editor PLATO AND THE PILOTa man rowed by in a large, lapstrake pulling boat and that man was Don Street. Over the years we met in various Caribbean anchorages. And I often watched in awe as Don tacked and gybed his engineless yawl Iolaire into narrow channels that skippers sailing boats with powerful engines thought way too risky to attempt. I knew the man by reputation long before we ever met, through his charts and guide books which we carried on board. And the Ocean Sailing Yacht Volumes I and II are amongst my favorite nautical books of all time. When talking about Don, someone will always pipe up with he knows where all the rocks are because hes hit emŽ and that putdown would really annoy me, although I doubt that it would annoy Don. I make no excuses when I say Street has probably forgotten more about sailing and seamanship than most of us will ever know. He is a fascinating man to talk to and the story of a lifetime spent at sea and his experiences while charting the islands of the Caribbean could “ll several books. Recently Carol Bareuther interviewed Donald Street for All At Sea and you can “nd her story about this fascinating sailor, pilot and author on page 26.

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6 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 FEATURES 42 TALL SHIPS OF THE CARIBBEAN COVER SHOT: Alden Schooner Charm III racing off Anguilla | Photo: OceanMediaTHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE30July 2012 DEPARTMENTS 4 EDITORS LOG10 WHERE IN THE WORLD?12 CARIBBEAN NEWS13 EVENT CALENDAR14 YACHT CLUB NEWS16 SAILING HUMOR Nuts for Nevis Analogy20 OUR NATURAL WORLD Manatees24 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING Life Floats & Rigid Buoyant Apparatus Bathymetric Surveys Donald Street30 RACING CIRCUIT Antigua Sailing Week 201234 FISHING Fishing Lodge International Cap Cana Bill“sh Shootout Puerto Rico Grand Slam Big Game Fishing Tournament38 DIVING Underwater Photography Part 372 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE74 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE83 MARKETPLACE86 SPONSOR DIRECTORY88 CARIBBEAN DINING Simple Salads for Summer Continued on page 8PHOTO: PAUL WYETH/ANTIGUA SAILING WEEK

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8 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 10 MAP47 PUERTO RICO Old San Juan51 ANGUILLA Awesome Anguilla 55 ST. MAARTEN/ST. MARTIN Captain Olivers Regatta59 ST. BARTHLEMY Ocean Racing West Indies Regatta Publisher: CHRIS KENNAN publisher@allatsea.net Editorial Director: GARY BROWN gary@allatsea.net Art Director : AMY KLINEDINST amyk@allatsea.net Advertising: Caribbean Sales GUY PHOENIX guy@yachtessentials.com Southeast US Sales KAREN TORTORIELLO karen@yachtessentials.com Advertising Inquiries: advertising@allatsea.net Accounting, Subscriptions: accounting@allatsea.net Owned and Published by Kennan Holdings, LLC 382 NE 191st Street #32381 Miami, Florida 33179-3899 phone (410) 929-2248 fax (815) 377-3831 The views and opinions of the contributors to this publication are not necessarily those of the publishers or editors. Accordingly, the publishers and editors disclaim all responsibility for such views and opinions. Check us out online at:www.allatsea.net July 2012 62 BARBADOS Mount Gay Rum Barbados Regatta66 TRINIDAD Olympic Pro“le: Trinidad & Tobagos Andrew Lewis RESOURCES 68 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 70 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS51 PHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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10 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS, ANN AND JULYAN, AND THANKS FOR READING ALL ATSEA Ann and Julyan Spooner Lillingston are regular visitors to the Caribbean. Ann says when they are in the islands they always pick up a copy of All At Sea to remind them of blue skies and sunshine. Julyan took this picture of Ann enjoying the Caribbeans favorite waterfront magazine on a chilly day in the historic Roman city of Bath, England. Send us a picture of you reading All At Sea and you may win a free subscription. We will select one winner a month. Please send images & your information to: subscribe@allatsea.net or mail to: 382 NE 191st Street #32381, Miami, Florida, 33179-3899. PAGE 47 Old San Juan: Sail to the Historic Heart of Puerto Rico P P O th Pue

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 11 CaribbeanSeaBonaire Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda Antigua Puerto Rico Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius U.S.V.I. B.V.I. PAGE 60 West Indies Regatta: Wet But Not Windy M PAGE 66 Olympic Pro“le: Trinidad & Tobagos Andrew Lewis P A Ol y & T o

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12 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Caribbean News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Yacht Outer Limits Strikes Whale Crew EvacuatedOn the night of May 18th the yacht Outer Limits taking part in ARC Europe 2012, struck a submerged object, possibly a whale, approximately 330nm northeast of Bermuda. The yacht sustained damage to the hull causing signi“cant water ingress. Whilst the yachts emergency pumps were able to contain the leaks, skipper Joost Gehrels doubted that the boat could safety return to Bermuda and issued a Mayday to request immediate assistance. Rescue Co-ordination Centre Bermuda contacted vessels in the area and diverted the merchant ship E R Melbourne to assist. The 36,000 tonne container ship, reached the Dutch registered Hanse 370e in the early hours of May 19th, and commenced evacuation of the crew. Within an hour, the four crew members of Outer Limits were safely aboard the merchant ship and the damaged yacht was abandoned, at approximate position 34 19N 59 04W.Caribbean Sailing Regattas Adjust 2013 DatesSeveral of the premiere Caribbean regattas have agreed to adjust their dates in 2013 to alleviate crowding of the racing calendar. The race directors will meet again in October 2012 to discuss this new schedule and work on a permanent solution that will run from 2014 onward. Peter Holmberg of the Caribbean Sailing Association spearheaded this effort in an attempt to help both the visiting sailors and the events. The regatta directors were asked to consider the overall bene“ts, and not just the success of their individual event. The spirit of cooperation from everyone was greatly appreciated. With these adjustments, the entire Caribbean gains; the individual regattas and sponsors gain, the island economies gain, and the sport of sailing gains,Ž Holmberg said. For the new regatta dates and links to their websites, visit: http://www.caribbean-sailing.com/csaNew Cruising guide to Haiti available for download Delete your year-old Cruising Guide to Haiti 1.0 and download the Cruising Guide to Haiti 2.0 as a free PDF. The ePub version is coming soon to Amazon Kindle and other ePub bookstores. Haiti 2.0 is one-third larger than the original edition following a recent cruise to the countrys south coast by author Frank PHOTO: TALBOT WILSONRounding the first leeward mark in IOD class racing is always crowded

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 13 FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET Superyacht Regatta www.bucketregattas.com hank@bucketregattas.com 401-965-3256 ST. THOMAS, USVIAUGUST 28 … SEPT. 1USVI Open Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament Deep Sea Fishing www.abmt.vi | loveto@islands.vi 340-775-9500 TORTOLA, BVIJULY 1 … 8Highland Spring HIHO 2012 Windsur“ng www.go-hiho.com racebvi@surfbvi.com 284 494-0337 VIRGIN GORDA, BVIJULY 30 … AUGUST 2BVI Bill“sh Tournament Deep Sea Fishing www.bvibill“shtournament.com ARUBAJULY 3 … 9Aruba Hi-Winds 2012 Windsur“ng www.hiwinds-aruba.com info@hiwinds-aruba.com (+297) 586 0908 CARRIACOUJULY 29 … AUGUST 646th Carriacou Regatta Festival Sailing Regatta ccouregatta@spiceisle.com 473-443-7930 COWES, UKJULY 22 … 25The Superyacht Cup Cowes 2012 Superyacht Regatta www.thesuperyachtcup.com info@thesuperyachtcup.com +34 971 402 553 NEWPORT, RIAUGUST 24 … 26Newport Bucket Regatta EVENT CALENDAR Please send future events to editor@allatsea.net. This month and next months events are currently published here and at www. allatsea.net. Your specific area may or may not be shown based on identified activities for these months. Virgintino. Additional maps, many annotated for easier orientation, address technical needs and questions of cruisers. To access free downloads of A Cruising Guide to Haiti 2.0 and the other Virgintino guides, visit www.freecruising guides.com or your favorite ePub bookstore.Bermuda to host World IOD ChampsBermudas Great Sound will provide the backdrop for the 2012 International One Design (IOD) World Championships. Quali“ers from six countries, including Bermuda, will take part in the regatta which will begin on October 28 and conclude on November 4. Bermudas eventual IOD World Championship quali“er will be determined in a 15-race series spread over several race days. Our local quali“er is not a string of closely connected races,Ž said IOD World Class president Robert Duffy. We have picked out race days during the course of the year before October which will comprise our qualifying series. And we do it that way because we think it offers a greater opportunity to have different sailing conditions.Ž There are presently seven IOD ”eets, based in Norway, Sweden, England, Canada, USA and Bermuda comprising roughly 150 boats.

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14 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Yacht Club News YACHT CLUB NEWS SHARE YOUR HAPPENINGS WITH THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY PONCE YACHT AND FISHING CLUB: Sailing through summer 2012 A full calendar of sailing events is underway this summer at Ponce Yacht and Fishing Club (PYFC) in Puerto Rico. These include the 2012 ISAF Summer Olympics, PYFCs annual summer sailing camp and preparation for the Optimist IODA World Championship in July. The sailing community is still recovering from several fatal accidents which occurred earlier this year, notably the accident in San Francisco which claimed the lives of four sailors. In response, the sailing community in Puerto Rico has focused on sailing safety, which was discussed at a safety program for the Puerto Rican Boy Scouts on May 5 2012. Organized by Jorge Guttierez, the program was instrumental in training the Boy Scouts on boat safety. The program stressed that all sailors should be aware of the many changes that occur daily due to the weather conditions. And mentioned that although the US Coast Guard is available for emergency calls, wise sailors take special safety precautions before they sail, which includes checking weather conditions, wind speed and wave height etc., available to them online. In addition to the boat safety seminar, PYFC hosted Festival Olympico 2012, June 2nd-3rd in Ponce. This annual regatta for PASAF sailing classes is organized by the Federacion de Vela de Puerto Rico and PYFC members. Festival Olympico consisted of four classes and featured some highly competitive sailors including the 2010 CAC games Snipe gold medalist and former USA Snipe National Champion Ernesto Rodriguez, and the gold and silver medalists PYFC locals Frito Lugo and Jorge Santiago. On Sun“sh, local sailors included Pan Am games Hobie 16 gold medalist Fernando Monllor and his brother Alejandro who participated on RSXs in preparation for the ISAF Youth World Sailing Championship in Dublin, Ireland, on July 12th-25th. The special invitation class was the Optimist class. The Optis entered with a strong training program during the summer in preparation for the 2012 Optimist IODA World Championship. As a part of their training, the Puerto Rican team participated in the Scotiabank International Optimist Regatta in St Thomas sailed June 18th-24th. This is followed in July (15th-26th) by the Optimist IODA World Championship in Boca Chico, Dominican Republic. The PYFCs annual Summer Camp started right after Festival Olympico, taking place from June 1st to June 29th. The emphasis was on junior sail training, using Optimists and 420s as training boats. The camp combines fun sailing activities, swimming and other outdoor activities, and is always popular with the kids. The Club has a full schedule of fun events planned throughout the year and everyone is invited to join the fun. For details and a complete schedule of events, visit: www. discoverpyfc.com Report submitted by Nanette Eldridge An Optimist dinghy PHOTO: BILBY/GALLERY

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16 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012NUTS FOR NEVIS! BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor After a 12-year absence to sail twice around the world, Im occasionally shocked by the changes on certain islands of the Lesser Antilles. I “rst arrived here aboard my ketch Carlotta in the 1970s. It is fair to say there have been some changes. But one little island has remained amazingly unchanged: Nevis. It is still laidback. There was a clock here once„but it ran down and nobody had the energy to rewind it. Why bother wid it,Ž asked a West Indian friend of mine who had studied diligently at Ganja University, when she will only want to be wound up again? No end, see? Why get involved? And what she fo, anyway? To tell you dat you A salute to Nevis PHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 17late? I already knows Im late, me son! Why I need some fool clock to tell me so?Ž Yeah, they have some damn good ideas in Nevis. Not timely ones, true, but good ones. Once, back in the 80s, I had my oars stolen from my dinghy on the beach by the main wharf. A local “sherman was mending a net nearby. I told him. He stood up slowly and looked sad.  ƒ damn rascals,Ž he said. Then he slowly, slowly strolled away„and returned with my re-claimed oars in an hour or so. To me, thats Nevis. Not perfect, but mostly so ƒ and “lled with good people who want it to be. And, of course, it is easy to get on the good side of any Nevisian. Just say, I go St. Kitts ƒ and dat place “lled with fools! Dats true, me son! Dem boys idiots„every last one of dem fellows is stupid!Ž Not much happens in Nevis„but when it does, they never forget. Alexander Hamilton was born here„a big event in their mostly-mundane history. Thus, pretty much everything on the island is named Hamilton„except the main town  ƒcause them teefs in Bermuda, dey stole it!Ž I was informed by one dockside lounger. They like to lounge around in Nevis. They are good loungers and sitters and relaxers. Yes, the average Nevisian makes Buddha seem uptight. They are amazingly unfocused. Varying your routine in Nevis is “rst sitting by the wharf, then by the cricket “eld, and “nally dozing off on the benches outside Customs. Multi-tasking is sleeping and snoring at the same time. Lord Nelson got married here. Thats a biggy, too. He married a local gal named Frances„who was hot-hot-hot, by all local accounts. Most Nevisians know how to read (98%, one of the highest rates in the Western Hemisphere), and use that skill to peruse the local paper from Basseterre and say, Lordy, wat dem fools in Kitts doing now?Ž It is hot in Nevis, which makes you wonder what the guys who named her Our Lady of the Snows were smoking. I sail there to visit with Chuck Norris„not the real Chuck Norris, but a handsomer guy who looks a little bit like him. He owns the three-masted schooner modestly named Star We go back a long ways, 30 years plus. ( Star is the only vessel to have carried the Nevis/St. Kitts ”ag around the world.) His wife is named Irene. She is a trip and a half as we hippies used to say. Once in the early 80s, we delivered a giant Camper Nic down to the Virgin Islands from Newport, Virginia. Just before tying up to Yacht Haven (while all our friends looked down from the Bilge Bar), Irene mysteriously disappeared below. Just as we were docking„and hundreds of eyes were upon us„Irene strutted back up on deck in her hooker outfit (leather mini-skirt, pirate blouse, fishnet stockings, and f-me pumps) and began shouting at the top of her lungs, I didnt know what depravity was until I signed aboard this vessel! The skipper said, Two on, two off ƒ and I thought that was the watches They all kept telling me that any of the crew members would be happy to inject me with a cure for sea-sickness„not bloody likely! Actually, being a galley slave was the fun part of the job!Ž Oh, she is a “recracker, all right. They have a house up the hill (mountain, to me) which is called The Monkey House„not because monkeys are always scampering around (they are) but because they constantly engage in monkey business. To lure us there (okay, okay, they rent it out as well) Chuck Norris also constructed a separate dwelling called The Love Shack. It is the neatest place in the Lesser Antilles. My wife and I sailed to Nevis, dashed up the hill while discarding our clothes, ”ung ourselves into The Love Shack„and only exited by ambulance, which arrived to cart me to the local clinic to have my bodily ”uids replenished. Roger Daltry, some famous Limey guy, hangs out at The Monkey House, too. (Chuck and Irene wont tell me anything about him, despite my always pleading, Who? Who?Ž) John Frith is another famous sailor dude who can be found panhandling (well, almost) at the better bars. His son Miska is one of my favorite Reggae musicians, and Heather Nova (his daughter) sings for her supper too (on Virgin Records). John used to own the Paul Johnson-designed Gaffer Moon in St. Barth, when Jimmy (yeah, the) was cadging beers at Le Select while penning the tentatively entitled Changes in Attitudes, Changes in Longitudes ,Ž and yelling, Ive almost got it right!Ž (Buffett just flew into Nevis recently, aboard his bullet-riddled seaplane.) John Frith still has the Right Stuff. We met him strolling down the beach in his very thin pareo.  ƒ nice,Ž my wife Carolyn noted. For gosh sakes, Carolyn,Ž I shot back, the mans like ƒ 70-some!Ž So?Ž she shrugged. We attended a party thrown by Peter„the guy who founded Outward Bound. Appropriately enough, he was going to be outward bound aboard his J/46 to Newport in a day or two. Almost nobody has last names in Nevis„it is considered a tad low class. There were lots of ex-pats from Jolly Ol England there„

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18 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012acting suitably daffy. Many carried their G&Ts in 55-gallon cups„theres no danger of scurvy in upper-class Nevis. Oh, the Poms do love their eccentrics, eh? One old duffer keep grabbing/squeezing the ladies from his wheelchair, and leering, You and me in the bushes, what do you say? Wouldnt that be grand?Ž (From the look on the womens faces„no, it would not be grand.)  ƒ Im undaunted,Ž he told me later. ƒ nice to know, I guess.  ƒ I was born in Trinidad„which is where I learned to drink ,Ž another tipsy tippler told me. Yes, it was an odd group„but then again, they invited me, didnt they? Horseback riding is one of the few transportation systems Nevis has„that is, perhaps, because of the relative lack-ofmaintenance a horse requires. Regardless, local lads are always dashing up and down the beach„chasing after young British girls who are falling off their mounts. (Many fall into their arms; lucky dem!) Which brings us to the highlight of our visit; a lovely beach wedding between yet another two people without last names. I enquired of the best man what his posh best friend (the groom) did for a living. Rock star!Ž I was informed. But another best friend from Jolly ol said, ƒ writes jinglesŽ and a third quipped,  ƒ computers, of course!Ž while the “nalbut-equally-vague answer was,  ƒ accounting, Id guess!Ž Thats a familiar theme in Nevis„it is always impolite to ask what you want to know, dont you know? So you never quite know if the fellow who tells you he drinks for a living is pulling your leg or not. (In this case, however, we did know ƒ as he was passed out in the bushes within an hour of the “rst bottle of Tanqueray being uncorked.) But Nevis is always a fun place to visit. I asked the bartender at the Hermitage (lovely little hideaway) if you had to dress for dinner. He thought about it a long time. You could almost see the gears turning. Finally, he lit back up. He had the answer. Some does ,Ž he said, but you dont must !Ž ƒ how perfectly Nevisian! (Fatty and Carolyn are currently in Sint Maarten and, Jah permitting, soaking their new Wauquiez 43 ketch in a pool of WD-40.) Capn Fatty Goodlander has lived aboard for 52 of his 60 years, and has circumnavigated twice. He is the author of Chasing the Horizon and numerous other marine books; his latest, Buy, Out“t, and Sail is out now. Visit: fattygoodlander.com

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 19 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH High tech systems and user friendly equipment on yachts have improved dramatically over the years. Furling systems for sails, from slab to in-mast and in-boom are an example. Electric winches and windlasses are another as well as a plethora of electronic navigation aids. But what happens when they dont work? Charlie once saw an in-mast furling sail on a boat that was tied to the dock with just the ragged edge of the sail protruding from the mast. Someone had cut away the whole sail, from head to tack, presumably in an emergency after it jammed. Throttle cables are also prone to failure and potential catastrophic accidents. One day Charlie was on a large catamaran and was approaching a mooring ball in a crowded anchorage. The boat was equipped with single lever (throttle and shift) engine controls for each engine. He put the starboard engine in reverse to line up the boat perfectly and stop. The boat immediately shot forward. People on nearby boats started shouting, screaming and waving their arms. Charlie put the port engine in reverse to avoid a nasty collision and the boat immediately swung in a tight circle ƒ backwards. The mayhem on board was intense. Charlie tried reverse again on starboard … same thing, the boat shot forward. Whilst the boat was merrily pirouetting in circles, by a miracle one of the guests managed to snag the mooring line and hook it over a cleat. Immediately Charlie put both engines in neutral and breathed a sigh of relief. It didnt take long to discover that the transmission cable had snapped while the engine was in forward … the throttle was still working “ne. Several hours later, after a call to the base, the charter companys mechanic pulled up alongside in the chase boat. It didnt take long to change the broken transmission cable but Charlie suggested that the throttle cable be changed too; after all, they were probably the same age. The mechanic, though, had a different solution, Noo mon, we doesnt do it like dat. You see, its like dis. Say, in about “ve years you die ƒ but de wife could last anudder ten years. Yunnerstan?Ž With a smile and a high “ve he was gone. It obviously came under the heading of if it aint broke dont “x it. Sometime later Charlie was checking over another large catamaran just prior to leaving the dock on a week-long trip. In the engine room he noticed the oil “ll cap had not been replaced after the mechanics ”uid level check. The potential for massive oil spray in the engine compartment was irrefutable. He mentioned it to the head mechanic … but he was un-phased. You see, its like dis. You go to de doctor and have a complete check up: heart, blood, urine sample and so on ƒ clean bill of health. Then de nex week you drop dead of a stroke. Yunnerstan?Ž Charlie walked away shaking his head and trying to “gure out the logic. It obviously came under the heading of shit happens. Sometimes logic is a hard thing to “gure out, preventive maintenance being rather rare and common sense not very common. Charlies tip: Keep throttle and transmission cables well greased at all times. If the engine control levers at the helmsmans station become stiff theres probably corrosion. Change the cables immediately. Finally, always keep your sense of humor! Julian Putley is the author of  The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI, Sunfun Calypso, and Sunfun Gospel. SAILING WITH CHARLIE ANALOGY

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20 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Our Natural WorldMANATEESA GENTLE ANIMALBY JOE ZENTNER Manatees are large, herbivorous marine mammals. The average adult manatee is 10ft long and weighs approximately 1000lb. Adults have been known to exceed lengths of 13ft and weigh over 3500lb. A migratory animal, within the United States, manatees are concentrated in Florida in the wintertime. During warm-weather months, they can be found as far west as the Texas Gulf Coast and as far north as Massachusetts. Manatees are also found in the coastal and inland waterways of Central America and along the northern coast of South America. The West Indian manatee ( Trichechus manatus ) includes two distinct subspecies: the Florida manatee ( Trichechus manatus latirostris ) and the Antillean manatee ( Trichechus manatus manatus ), which is found around the Virgin Islands. PHOTO: A. HODGES Manatee at the Sea World Exhibit in Orlando

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22 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Our Natural World While morphologically distinct, the subspecies share common features. Named for the Sirens of Greek mythology, in Homers Odyssey, Sirens were half-woman, half bird-like creatures that tried to lure Odysseus and his shipmates onto an island with endearing songs of love. Later, some authors confused Sirens with mermaids (mythical creatures described as halfwoman, half-“sh) which eventually led to the naming of the scienti“c order Sirenia. Slow-moving, most of a manatees time is spent eating, resting, traveling and enjoying life. The animals can swim at speeds of up to 20mph in short bursts but usually lumber along at around three to “ve mph. Manatees exhibit signs of advanced long-term memory. In acoustical and visual studies, they demonstrate advanced learning resembling that possessed by dolphins. Like other mammals, manatees breathe air. Their very large lungs are also used for buoyancy control. The rushing sound of a deep exhale and breathe resembles the sound made by snorkelers. This sound and the associated footprint left by a manatees tail are clues that reveal the presence of manatees in a particular geographical area. The creatures emit sounds that are within human auditory range. These include squeaking and squealing when frightened, and playing or communicating, particularly between cow and calf. Manatees eat plants such as manatee grass, turtle grass, water hyacinth and water lettuce. Occasionally, small snails will be taken in along with the grass. These provide manatees with extra protein. Manatees have teeth, which are known as marching molars. The teeth are unique because they are continually being replaced. They form at the back of the jaw, wear down as they move forward, and eventually fall out. Tooth replacement is an adaptation to the manatees diet of abrasive plants that are often mixed with sand. The animals have no natural predator but are in omnipresent danger of being hit by boats. Other dangers to manatees are pollution, cold weather (which can give them in”uenza-like symptoms), and running out of food in too harsh winters. Today, the greatest threat to manatees comes from competition for space with human beings. As human populations expand, more and more manatee habitat is being taken over for recreational and commercial use. Human populations are growing the fastest in coastal areas„the same places that manatees depend on for their survival. Being herbivores, manatees must stay in shallow coastal waters or rivers where vegetation is abundant. As coastal PHOTO: MARY SYRETT PHOTO: MARY SYRETT

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 23 areas are increasingly developed for human use, dredging, wastewater discharge and sediment run-off negatively impacts manatee habitat. Observed (somewhat) humorously, endangered manatees have joined a long list of contemporary Tea Party favorite targets, along with taxes, high-speed rail systems and socialized medicine. Recently, a Citrus County (Florida) tea-party group has announced that it will stringently “ght new restrictions on boating and other human activities that have been proposed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. We cannot elevate nature above people,Ž explains Edna Mattos, spokesperson for the Citrus County Tea Party Patriots. That would be against the Bible and the Bill of Rights.Ž If you can “gure out the above statement, you have gone a long way towards understanding why the author of this article, a one-time political science professor, took early retirement. If you take the time to get to know manatees, youll come to realize that they arent sea monsters at all (as some people claim), but warm, social, lovable animals. For information on saving manatees, write to: Save the Manatee Club, 500 N. Maitland Avenue, Maitland, FL 32751, or call: (407) 539-0990 Joe Zentner walked away from the university classroom on May 7 1991. He has not yet fully recovered.

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24 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Seamanship & Voyaging Some ferry, cargo and charter boat operators will be required to update their survival craft in the next 36-months. According to the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2010, a survival craft may not be approved as a safety device unless the craft ensures that no part of an individual is immersed in the water. That means that life ”oats and rigid buoyant apparatus need to be replaced by In”atable Buoyant Apparatus or IBAs. This law goes into effect January 1st 2015. Kurt J. Heinz, P.E., Chief, Lifesaving & Fire Safety Division (CG-5214) at U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC, says, This is not a Coast Guard regulation. Its a statute or law Congress passed as part of the Coast Guard Authorization Act. We must enforce it, but since its not our own regulation, we cant provide exemptions or extensions. However, we are in the process of drafting regulation that may, for example, modify the capacity. For example, a tenperson IBA without a canopy can “t more people in it. For now, a 1:1 replacement is a safe bet.Ž Life ”oats look like life-saving buoys that have rope netting at the bottom and buoyant apparatus is basically ”otation equipment designed to support a speci“c number of people in the water. IBAs, on the other hand, are in”atable life rafts with a ”oor that keeps those inside out of the water. Its somewhat complicated and based on a speci“c wellde“ned risk matrix as to which vessels need to now carry IBAs. In addition, this law only applies to U.S. ”ag vessels inspected by the USCG. However, suf“ce it to say, if a vessel now carries a life ”oat, they need to replace it … and do so prior to January 1st 2015. Procrastinators may “nd manufacturers backlogged with orders, says Jan French, who with husband, Howard, own Caribbean In”atable Boats & Liferafts, Inc., in St. Thomas. Ive been working with the boating community to get numbers and sizes of rafts needed in order to get bids from various manufacturers. That doesnt mean everyone has to order IBAs at the same time, but what I want to do is make a commitment to a manufacturer that we buy a certain number of IBAs over a two-year period. This should result in good availability and some really good prices.Ž For more information, contact Caribbean In”atable Boats & Liferafts, tel: 340-775-6159 E mail: Janis@caribbeanin”atable.com For a copy of the statute, visit: westpacmarine. com/downloads/LifeFloatPhaseOut.pdfLIFE FLOATS & RIGID BUOYANT APPARATUS CHANGES TO THE LAW AFTER 2015BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER IBAs are similar to this cruise ship inflatable life raft but they do not require a canopyPHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 25 BATHYMETRIC SURVEYS JET SKIS GO HITECHBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER New Jet Ski based technology allows researchers to quickly and easily survey the ocean ”oor in Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands. Hazards to navigation such as shoaling of shipping channels or shipwrecks can be identi“ed using a bathymetric surveying and side scan sonar system, which produces detailed pictures of the ocean ”oor up to depths of 300ft. Now, researchers with the Caribbean Coastal Observing System Caribbean (CariCOOS), a project funded by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), have created a way to mount this technology on a jet ski in order to make it quick, easy, accessible and affordable. This system uses a transducer and a side scan sonar to produce a detailed picture of the depth of the water in any harbor, port or navigation channel,Ž explains Dr. Miguel Canals, Director of the Fluid Mechanics and Oceanic Engineering Laboratory and assistant professor of the College of Engineering at the University of Puerto Ricos Mayaguez campus and one of CariCOOS leading researchers. Since it is mounted on an easily transported jet ski and powered by a solar panel, this substantially reduces the cost of performing this type of survey.Ž A bathymetric survey is used to research a particular coastal area to better understand beach erosion and sediment transport. The side scan sonar is particularly useful in order to recover a port entry or for detecting obstacles to navigation or for search and rescue assistance in the event of a downed airplane or sunken vessel. We are on-call by the U.S. Coast Guard to survey for shoaling or other hazards to navigation,Ž says Canals. This jet-ski based bathymetric surveying system will now be used throughout Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. PHOTO: COURTESY OF DR. MIGUEL CANALS/UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO-MAYAGUEZ

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26 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 DONALD STREETFATHER & FOUNDER OF THE MODERN CRUISING GUIDESeamanship & VoyagingBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 27 Thousands of yachtsmen can thank goodness that Donald Street, Jr., an avid sailor who has spent over half a century cruising, charting and writing about the Caribbean, didnt follow his mothers advice. That is, she wanted him to get a bankers job in the canyons of New York so he could make money and buy a boat rather than try to make money in yacht design or sailing for a living. Today, Streets rebellion and subsequent career on the sea is legendary. His name is synonymous with a number of ground-breaking guides and charts that literally opened up the Caribbean to bareboat companies, crewed charters and pleasure cruisers. Its not all that odd that Street would end up spending more time on sea than land. Yachting was de“nitely in his blood and he can trace it back at least four generations to when his great grandfather raced ice boats and sandbaggers on New Jerseys Barnegat Bay. Street started sailing as a teenager out of New Yorks Manhasset Bay Yacht Club. He later headed off to Catholic University in Washington, DC, where he and a couple friends founded a sailing team. Competition, and his education, was cut short by the Korean War. He ended up in a short-lived career in the Navy. Afterwards, it was back to “nish at the university. This is when his real education in sailing started. Over the next few years he spent time racing with the likes of Arthur Knapp, Charlie Butch Ulmer and Colin Ratsey, sailing transatlantic and back, and performing odd jobs in boatyards. It was after this, seeing the ravages of a stressful profession and cold climate on both of his parents, Street decided to jump ship. He followed a friends advices and bought a one-way $45 ticket to the Virgin Islands. The rest is history, as they say, when Street purchased Iolaire a 1905-built 46ft engineless yawl, on which he embarked into the charter business. It was while having cocktails at Caneel Bay Resort on St. John that one of Streets charter guests encouraged him to write. It proved sound advice. Then again, it came from famous author John Steinbeck. In the very early years of Iolaire chartering we picked up most of our charters as we were the only boat in the VI that would “ght our way eastwards across the Anegada passage. No one in VI knew anything east of Anegada. Similarly, the Antigua ”eet never went west of St. Martin. Iolaire was the only boat that cruised both areas,Ž explains Street. Most of the exploring was done on charter. Charter parties would ask me what are we going to “nd when we get in this harbor? to which I would reply dont know, never been here before.Ž Street wrote his “rst cruising guide, the Yachtsmans Guide to the Virgin Islands, and had it privately published in 1964 on a hand powered mimeograph machine by charter broker Frank Burke. It wasnt that there werent guides produced before this time. However, Streets were the “rst

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28 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Seamanship & Voyaging that were comprehensive and no-nonsense. They offered yachtsmen who never sailed Caribbean waters a groundbreaking mix of practical advice, solid information and informed opinions in a non-narrative form and, most importantly, sketch charts. Two years later, Dodd Meade published Streets Cruising Guide to the Lesser Antilles. This is the book that opened up the Caribbean to the cruising yachtsmen and made bareboat chartering possible. Before I wrote my guide the losses to the beginning bareboat companies were so high that it was all but impossible to obtain insurance,Ž says Street. I have a reprint of the “rst article I ever wrote, Going South, for Yachting in 1964. Alongside my article was one by the editor, Bill Robinson, who said there is another way to go south ƒ ”y and charter.Ž Blazing this trail certainly came with serendipity. The “rst time we went to Grenada there was a foul up and we discovered when we reached the north end of the island that all the charts covering the area were back at the yacht club,Ž Street tells. So, we lashed small cushions on the lower spreaders port and starboard; rigged a ”ag halyard port and starboard so we could send up Heineken beer to the lookout. Either myself or Ed Pionkowski (who now lives in Barbados), was on the spreaders for the next six days! We even sailed into the Tobago Cays via the southern entrance; a routing the present day guides (except mine) say is too dangerous.Ž In 1969, Street wrote the Yachtsmans Guide to the Grenadines. In 1974, the Cruising Guide to the Lesser Antilles was reissued in a much larger and expanded form. It went through three printings before the W.W. Norton & Company took over and allowed Street to re-write and expand it into the three separate volumes it is today. Today, at 81, Street is still writing while wearing many other business hats. His Transatlantic Crossing Guide has been completely re-written as a Guide to the Atlantic and Caribbean basins and is now in the hands of the editor. Meanwhile, his Guide to the Cape Verdes Islands came out last September. It is hoped that this guide will do for the Cape Verdes what my “rst Cruising Guide did for Eastern Caribbean.Ž To learn more about Don Street, his books, Imray-Iolaire charts and cruising guides, visit: www.street-iolaire.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Donald Street and his favorite beverage

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30 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Racing Circuit Antigua Sailing Week is the Caribbeans longest running and most prestigious sailing regatta and the 46th edition was an absolute cracker. It is the “nal curtain call of the Caribbean racing season and sailors come to Antigua Sailing Week from all over the world to experience Caribbean racing at its best. Shore side was just as spectacular with a myriad of parties and fun on offer, including one of the most memorable live concerts in the events rich history. The week of racing kicked off with a solid 20-25 knots of wind providing exhilarating sailing and no shortage of drama. In the big boat racing class, CSA1, Stefan Lehnerts Tripp 56 went out of control three miles offshore and in the commotion crewman Phillip Lehnert went overboard. Within minutes, Richard Matthews Oyster 82, Zig Zag successfully recovered Lehnert, who was uninjured. Lehnerts father was a relieved man and once ashore delivered a crate of champagne to Zig Zag and a big thank you. The smart response was a true indication of the spirit of Antigua Sailing Week. The breeze remained above 20 knots for the third consecutive day of racing. The sizeable yachts in CSA 1 were an awesome sight, smashing through the start line to windward before freeing off at the Ocean mark and accelerating downwind, bow up, at speeds of 20 knots plus. Racing on the Santa Cruz 72, Antipodes was a true Australian legend. At 85-years-of-age, Syd Fischer was probably the oldest competitor at Antigua Sailing Week. Fischer shares a record of “ve Americas Cup challenges. The highlight of this years live music entertainment was The son of Bob … Ky-Mani Marley. The band played to over ANTIGUA SAILING WEEK 2012 THRILLS AND SPILLSBY LOUAY HABIB PHOTO: PAUL WYETH/ANTIGUA SAILING WEEKHugo B proudly flies the flag of Antigua on her spinnaker

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32 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Racing Circuit 3000 people in Nelsons Dockyard, concentrating on renditions of his fathers biggest hits: Jamming, Could you be loved and the thought provoking, No woman no cry and Redemption Song. Marley played for over two hours and the massive crowd left the event village buoyed by a fantastic experience. After three days of scintillating race action, well over a thousand people gathered at Pigeon Beach for Lay Day. For the more energetic, stand up paddle boarding, rowing and dinghy racing were all on offer. Beach cricket was very popular with famous Antiguan cricketers Sir Vivian Richards, Curtly Ambrose and Kenny Benjamin joining in the fun with the gorgeous Carib Girls. After a day off, racing resumed. All week, CSA 2 was a highly competitive class and on day four, Ulrich Rohdes Swan 53, Dragon Fly Plus won both races (but only just). In the “fth race of the series, Chris Brands Swan 53, Merel Four took line honors but could only watch with despair as Dragon Fly Plus came through the line 21 seconds later to take the win on corrected time. In the Bareboat Class, the titanic struggle between three German yachts from KH+P continued. For the penultimate race of the series, Horst Schulzes, Sea You Later won the race by just 34 seconds from Alexander Pfeiffers LOiseau des Iles Andreas Kadelbachs Cayenne was third. All three of these yachts occupied the top three places in the seven race series, often overlapping as they went through the “nish line. On the last day of racing, two classes went to the wire. In CSA 1A, there was a nail-biting “nale to Antigua Sailing Week. Geoff Hills Santa Cruz 72, Antipodes ,won the last race of the day to take the division. In CSA 5, Geoffrey Pidducks Six Metre, Biwi Magic came out on top in the “nal race to win the class, after a titanic struggle with Stephen Carsons Dehler 34, High Tide At the Final Awards Ceremony in Nelsons Dockyard, Richard Wesslunds J/120 El Ocaso was awarded the Lord Nelson Trophy for the best overall performance of any yacht during Antigua Sailing Week. El Ocaso scored seven straight wins in CSA 4, but it was far from easy. Most of the races were decided by less than a minute. Winning The Lord Nelson Trophy really caps off the seasonŽ said El Ocaso s Richard Wesslund. This has been the most competitive regatta by far; we have been pushed hard in every race. Every year the crew votes on the events we will compete in and Antigua Sailing Week was top of the list. The race management and shoreside has been absolutely “rst class … a fantastic event.Ž For more details and full class results, visit: www.sailing week.com Louay Habib is a freelance yachting journalist who has competed at regattas and offshore events all over the world. He writes for a variety of clients including, The Volvo Ocean Race and the Royal Ocean Racing Club. PHOTO: PAUL WYETH/ANTIGUA SAILING WEEKEl Ocaso scored seven bullets in CSA 4

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34 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Fishing The east coast of the Dominican Republic is earning a reputation for a hot marlin bite in the late spring. This years Fishing Lodge International Cap Cana Bill“sh Shootout, held May 17th … 22nd, certainly reinforced this status when the 17 boat ”eet released 37 white marlin and six blues in three days of “shing. Of this, Puerto Ricos Efrain Rodriquez, on his November 2011-launched F&S 56, Doa Lucy won Top Angler by releasing seven white marlin, a blue marlin and a sail“sh, while Shark Byte an August 2011-launched Bayliss 73 owned by New Jerseys Pete Cherasia, released 13 white marlin and a blue to earn Top Boat. This was the “rst tournament that Rodriquez and his team from the former Prime Time PR with Capt. Paco Vela at the helm, were “shing since splashing the new Doa Lucy The tournament was really exciting from start to “nish,Ž says Rodriguez fellow angler on Doa Lucy Rafael Caicedo. We took the lead in the boat standings very early the “rst FISHING LODGE INTERNATIONAL CAP CANA BILLFISH SHOOTOUT SHARK BYTE TOP BOAT RODRIGUEZ TOP ANGLERBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Aboard the Winning Boat, from left: Chris Wood, John Bayliss, Bryce Garvey, Nick Rauco, Capt. Rich Barrett, Pete Cherasia, Kyle Francis and Brandon Walton

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36 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Fishing The weather didnt cooperate, but the “sh did at the 4th Puerto Rico International Grand Slam Big Game Fishing Tournament, held May 4th … 6th at Palmas del Mar Yacht Club and Marina in Puerto Rico. The weather was very bad on Sunday. We were “shing south of Vieques and it rained all morning until around 2pm, says Gustavo Hermida, owner of the tournaments Second Best Boat, the Hatteras 80 Fish Hunter and Commodore of Club Nautico de San Juan. However, we caught and released a blue marlin and fought it for about 40 minutes on 30lb test.Ž PUERTO RICO GRAND SLAM BIG GAME FISHING TOURNAMENT DISMAL WEATHER BUT PLENTY OF FISHRhamses Carazo and crew aboard Picara … 3rd Best BoatPHOTOS COURTESY OF RHAMSES CARAZO Hilda was named the Best Boat Overall, with the Viking 55 Picara owned by Rhamses Carazo, third. Carazos 13-year-old son, Sebastian, won the Best Junior Angler award. We were “shing for sword“sh on Saturday and I hooked a 12ft 400lb Treasure Shark that I fought for over 40 minutes,Ž explains Carazo. Then on Sunday, Sebastian hooked a blue marlin around 9:30am. He fought it for only 20 to 25 minutes and it was in the 250 to 275lb range. It was a big angry “sh that jumped over four times by the time Sebastian released it.Ž

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38 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Diving Before we send budding underwater photographers ”eeing over the costs of putting together an underwater photo kit, we offer a couple of items that are free: used dryer sheets and heavy duty rubber bands. What to do with these comes later. Assembling an underwater photo kit requires time, patience, research, and a review of “nances and goals. Is the goal to capture memories of dives to share with family and friends? Is the goal to become a photographer who makes money with his photos? Goal number one should be a new photographers priority. It takes years of practice and an artistic eye to become a commercial photographer along with a substantial “nancial investment. As with many endeavors, it is much better to start small and work up and as skill levels increase, upgrade equipment. The “rst item in the photographers kit is a camera. With the advent of digital cameras the choice of cameras has greatly expanded as has the price range. That said, not every digital UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY PART 3PUTTING A KIT TOGETHERBY BECKY A. BAUER camera can be used in a hard-shell housing so, when considering a camera, make sure there is a compatible housing. What kind of camera? Heres where “nances come into play. There are many choices in the less expensive, nonUnderwater photography allows you to share a whole new world Not all underwater photographers will be lucky enough to film a mermaid!

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40 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Diving DSLR (digital single lens re”ex) category including compact digital cameras, bridge cameras … that are basically highend compact cameras with a few features found in DSLR cameras yet without interchangeable lenses … and the newer MILC (mirror-less interchangeable lens cameras) which are smaller than DSLR cameras but without TTL (through the lens) technology found in DSLR cameras. Note: If selecting a non-DSLR camera choose one with built-in underwater photo settings as well as a macro setting. The second category is the DSLRs with interchangeable lenses offering a much wider range of photo possibilities, fully manual as well as automatic functions, and larger sensors for much better performance in low-light situations. DSLRs with their TTL technology allow the photographer to see exactly what the lens is seeing because he is looking directly through the lens. Once a camera is chosen, the next step is choosing the housing. First and foremost, it must be a housing designed speci“cally for the camera it will be protecting and it should allow access to all the cameras functions. Hardshell housings are made from a variety of materials including polycarbonates, PVC, and anodized aluminum. Some camera manufacturers carry brand speci“c housings and there are housing manufacturers that make housings for a variety of camera brands. If choosing a camera with interchangeable lenses, keep in mind that along with the housing, lens ports must be purchased to accommodate the various lenses. The depth of the port must accommodate the length of the lens. Next is the photographers source of lighting, the underwater strobe. While both non-DSLR and DSLR cameras have built-in ”ash units those units will not provide enough light for underwater photography. Remember your basic dive class! The deeper one goes the less light and color so strobes are necessary. Along with a strobe, or strobes … two are better than one; the photo kit must include a tray and handles. The housing attaches to the tray, the strobes attach to the handles. Strobes introduce the problem of back scatter. Back scatter occurs when suspended particles re”ect light back into the lens. The resulting photos are speckled. To help eliminate back scatter and diffuse hot spots (too much light on a subject) the strobe power should be adjustable and the kit should include diffusers. Commercial diffusers are generally opaque plastic attachments that snap onto the strobe to mute the ”ash. Unfortunately, most are lost eventually and thats where the dryer sheets and rubber bands come in. Used dryer sheets make excellent diffusers. Simply lay a sheet across the face of the strobe and secure with a rubber band. How to protect the photo gear? Underwater photographers know not to enter the water from a boat holding their cameras. Instead, they have someone on the boat hand them their cameras once they are in the water. Next, they attach the housing to their BCs with a strong coil lanyard and descend slowly while checking for leaks. As for transporting the kit, a hard case with foam inserts is the only safe way. Soft-sided luggage, back packs, and duf”e bags do not provide protection from baggage handlers or taxi and bus drivers. Wondering about costs? The choice of camera will set the cost basis; however, there are kits available starting at $1,000 or less that will provide a new photographer wow photos to show friends and family. Do some research and next time we will cover the basics of shooting photos underwater. Becky Bauer is a scuba instructor and award-winning journalist covering the marine environment in the Caribbean. She is a contributing photographer to NOAA. When it comes to cameras, there are plenty to choose fromIMAGE: BECKY BAUER

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42 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 We have all marveled at the majestic sight of a Tall Ship with acres of white canvas straining in the wind. But have you ever wondered what kind of ships they are, or what colorful history lies in their past? Today Tall Ship does not de“ne a particular type of sailing vessel. The term was coined with the introduction of the tall-ship races in the 20th century and encompasses all large traditionally rigged sailing ships. In the old days a ship was a sailing vessel with three or more masts with square sails on the “rst three masts. A fully rigged ship has square sails on every mast. A Barque (or Bark) has three masts or more with square sails on the “rst two masts and fore-and-aft sails on the mizzen or aft mast. A Barquentine has square sails on the foremast only and fore-and-aft sails on the remaining masts. A Brig is a two-masted ship with square sails on each mast, while a Brigantine is the same as a Brig, except it never carried the crossjack. Hermaphrodite brigs are also two-masted, square-rigged on the foremast and fore-and-aft rigged on the aftermost mast. Clippers and windjammers are other terms related to large sailing ships of the past. There are many tall ships sailing the Caribbean today. Some arrive for the winter season then head back across the Atlantic or to the United States for the summer. Nearly all are available for sail training, charter or cruises. Some vessels are relatively new, while others have an interesting history. Here are some you may recognize.TALL SHIPS OF THE CARIBBEAN BY ROSIE BURR The Sail Training ShipsSail training is not only for youths but also adults; it not only teaches the novice crew the basics like sail handling, deck scrubbing, helming, lookout, maintenance and galley duty but also about personal development, working as a team, camaraderie and breaking down barriers. The sense of achievement and adventure from being at sea is remarkable and many people … young and old … leave having had a rewarding experience. Some ships even offer school education programs. The Fredryck Chopin a Polish sail training ship named to honor the Polish composer, was born out of the desire to show the young generation the romantic side of life at sea and to make them feel like ancient mariners discovering new lands.Ž Classes a”oat were introduced so young people could receive a school education whilst at the same time gaining the character building training of being at sea. Sadly, the ship lost both her masts in a storm off the Scilly Isles in 2010; luckily no one was hurt and both ship and crew were rescued and the ship fully repaired. The three-masted barque Picton Castle offers deep water sail training and long distance education from two weeks to a year. The barque was re“tted from a steelhulled Cape Horner and is due to visit the Caribbean again in 2012. Other tall ships that offer short-term sail training include the TS Pelican of London which will be visiting the Caribbean this winter. They offer programs for youths, gap Sails on the royal clipper are not computer controlled but controlled by skilled seaman using powered winches or horizontal and vertical power furlingPHOTO: SAM FRAMPTONThe Stad Amsterdam … the ultimate mix of sailing ship and business venture, seen here off the coast of MartiniquePHOTO: ROSIE BURR

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 43 The Brigantine Tres Hombres is a working freighter without an enginePHOTO: OCEANMEDIALuxury cruise ship Sea Cloud IIPHOTO: SAM FRAMPTONStar Clipper approaching portPHOTO: ROSIE BURR

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44 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Tall Ships of the Caribbean year students and adults. Voyages range from day sails to three month transatlantic expeditions. The Tenacious and the Lord Nelson both from the British Jubilee Sailing Trust, are the only ships designed and built for people with physical disabilities. Tenacious launched in 2001, claims to be the largest wooden-hulled ship of her type built since the end of the 19th century. The Brigantine Tres Hombres is an interesting ship. Launched in 2007 from the original hull of a 1943 German minesweeper, and without an engine, she is not only a sail training ship but a working freighter delivering cargo in an environmentally friendly way.The Cruise and Charter Tall ShipsBrig Unicorn can be seen in Rodney Bay, St Lucia. Unicorn started life in Finland in 1946 and became one of the ”eet in the “lm Pirates of the Caribbean. The Dutch-”agged, three-masted clipper Stad Amsterdam built in the late 1990s and available for business events, luxury cruises and adventure sailing, was inspired by the clipper The Amsterdam built in 1854. The awesome Royal Clipper is built in the image of the steel-hulled, “ve-masted Preussen the only merchant ship of her class ever built. The Preussen sank eight years after entering service when the British cross-channel steamer Brighton accidentally rammed her in 1910. Royal Clipper now retains the title of being the largest “ve-masted fullyrigged ship since her predecessor. The ship has 42 sails covering an area of 56000 sq ft; she has three swimming pools and is the ultimate in traditional luxury sailing. In the same clipper ”eet are her four-masted sister ships, Star Flyer and Star Clipper Most interesting, though, is Sea Cloud This four-masted barque was commissioned in 1931 as a luxury yacht by an American couple in Kiel, Germany. She was the largest private sailing yacht of her day. In 1942, the barque was enlisted into military service by the USA and had her masts and bowsprit removed. She was painted grey, “tted with guns and anti-submarine weapons and posted to the Azores and South Greenland as a weather ship known as IX-99 After the war she was sold and renamed many times until 1955 she came into the possession of the brutal head of the Dominican Republic, Hector Trujillo. Later, having changed hands again, she was left to sit in the tepid waters of Colon, Panama, for “ve years. Eventually she was bought by a group of German business men and restored back to her former glory. She now operates as a cruise ship for those with a passion for luxury sailing.Ž Sea Cloud s sister ship Sea Cloud II was launched in 2000; the large barque was built as a cruise ship but is sailed traditionally by hand. Rosie and her husband Sim Hoggarth, both from the UK, have cruised the Caribbean and North America for the last seven years on Alianna their Corbin39. Tenacious tied alongsidePHOTO: SAM FRAMPTONThe mast and yardarms on a tall ship are a magnificent sightPHOTO: ROSIE BURR

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 47 Puerto Rico OLD SAN JUAN SAIL TO THE HISTORIC HEART OF PUERTO RICO STORY AND PHOTOS BY CARYN B. DAVIS Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, offers a charming blend of old and new. With its cobblestone streets, ancient forts, and 16th and 17th century colonial architecture one feels as though time is suspended, and yet the city is quite cosmopolitan. Its seven square blocks are “lled with “ne boutiques, museums, art galleries and restaurants specializing in traditional Puerto Rican and Cuban cuisine. Old San Juan was established by the Spanish in 1521. They built several fortresses and forti“cations around the city to guard their treasure ships en route from the Americas to Spain, and to protect the island from invasion. It is A typical street in Old San Juan

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 49 Puerto Rico the second oldest city in the Americas and the only walled city in the Caribbean. It is actually a small island with the Atlantic Ocean to the north, and San Juan Bay to the south. It is accessible by boat, or by one of three bridges connecting it to the mainland. There are a few marinas to choose from but dont expect quiet and quaint, though the amenities are great. San Juan Harbor is the fourth busiest in the Western Hemisphere and over four million people visit annually by cruise ship. It is not uncommon to be docked near large commercial or tourist vessels, high-rise hotels and other unsightly structures. The entrance to San Juan Harbor is wide and deep but can be treacherous to navigate in winter due to large swells instigated by the north wind. The Cangrejos Yacht Club is located in a nice basin, but it borders the Luis Muoz Marin Airport, which can be noisy. The San Juan Bay Marina is cheaper than most and near the entrance to the old city but it too has its own airstrip, the Isla Grande Airport. La Marina has a long boardwalk and is also near Old San Juan; it is big and modern although boaters can easily walk to shops and restaurants. Club Nutico de San Juan in San Juan metro is a private nautical sports club founded in 1930 that welcomes visitors. It is at the end of the San Antonio Channel, with tall buildings behind it. While these marinas are not too picturesque, Old San Juan makes up for it. Old San Juan is easily accessible by rental car, bus or dedicated trolley. While strolling the streets be sure to visit El Morro, a six-level 16th century fortress with panoramic views of San Juan Bay; the San Cristbal Fort … dubbed the Gibraltar of the West Indies; and La Fortaleza, a military facility that has been converted into the of“cial residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico. (Both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.) There are also many old churches, each unique in its history and architecture: San Juan Cathedral (1521); Cristo Chapel (1753); and San Jos Church (1523). While walking around, visitors will find several plazas: Plaza de San Jos, Plaza de Armas, Plaza del Quinto Centenario, Plaza de Coln, each rich in history; and the contemporary Plaza de Hostos brimming with crafts by local artisans and snack stands selling shaved ice drenched in fruit syrup. In addition to the shaved ice, be sure to sample some traditional Puerto Rican dishes, which are a combination of Spanish, African, Tano, American and Indian cooking like fried plantains, cod fritters (bacalaitos), cornmeal “ngers (surullitos), seafood or beef “lled turnovers (empanadillas), “sh soup, Crole style roasted meats, and of course beans and rice. For dessert try the ”an or sweetpotato balls with coconut, cloves and cinnamon (nisperos The Governors palace La Fortaleza

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50 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Puerto Rico de batata). Coffee a“cionados will appreciate “nishing their meal with a very strong and ”avorful cup of locally grown coffee. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, and bars for listening to music or sipping Bacardi Rum, which has a factory open for tours. If you wish to spend a night on land and want to bypass the typical hotel scene, try the Gallery Inn. This is a 300-year-old hacienda overlooking the sea that has been fully restored by artist Jan DEsopo. Her sculptures and paintings cover every room, wall, corridor and courtyard. There are also other artists on site working in different disciplines whose studios welcome visitors. As you wander the interior rooms, gardens and outdoor seating areas, take note of the many exotic birds that share Jans home. Old San Juan, on the north coast of Puerto Rico, is a great destination in which to spend a day or week, and a good stopping off point before heading to other Caribbean islands. Caryn B. Davis is a seasoned writer and photographer whose images and articles have appeared in over 60 publications. She is an avid boater and world traveler. www.cbd photography.com. Street scenes & buildings in Old San Juan

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 51 Anguilla On a weekend of perfect sailing conditions Team Coors Light skippered by Sint Maartens Frits Bus won top honors at the 9th Annual Anguilla Regatta sailed May 11th … 13th. With clear skies and winds from 15-20kts, 17 boats in Spinnaker, Non-spinnaker and Multihull Classes enjoyed spectacular racing. This years return of the A class Anguilla Sloops on Sunday completed a perfect three days of competition. Dashing to make the “rst race on Friday, Kick em Jenny a Beneteau 36.7 skippered by Ian Hope-Ross, suffered an engine loss on the way from St. Maarten and arrived late. Despite the problems Kick em Jenny managed to start with the rest of the spinnaker class boats and sailed to a third place “nish. On Saturday, the boats sailed four races over a shortened triangle course laid out between the mouth of Road Bay and Sandy Island. Fierce competition on the start line saw spectacular helming from all classes. Fighting for positions, the Jeanneau Select, Bel Aurora skippered by Roger Petit of St. AWESOME ANGUILLA SAIL HARD, LIME EASY REPORT BY DEBORAH VOS Martin, kissed the transom of the Committee Boat and made of with some paint. In multihull class, Robbie Ferrons Katzenellenbogen dominated with four bullets, having fought a ferocious battle with Erick Clements Dauphin Telecom and Petro Jonkers Quality Time In Spinnaker Class, Raymond Magras Speedy Nemo stole the “rst race from Team Coors Light “nishing one second ahead on corrected time. Sir Robert Velazquezs Beneteau LEsperance on her way to victory in Non-Spinnaker ClassPHOTO: OCEANMEDIATeam Coors Light … winners of the Fred Randall Memorial TrophyPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 53 Anguilla In Non-Spinnaker Class, Colin Percys Nonsuch, Antares claimed the “rst win of the day, but “nished no higher than “fth in the next three races. Ben Jelics Custom J 120 Jaguar Island Water World crewed by students from the Anguilla Youth Sailing School, “nished last in race one. However, under Jelics tutelage, they rapidly improved to “nish 3rd, 2nd and 4th in the next three races respectively. Pushing Jelecs team of youngsters was Sir Robert Velazquezs Beneteau, LEsperance the eventual overall class winner, and Nico Corlevers 61ft X-Yacht, Nix A thrilling start to Sundays multihull race saw Dauphin Telecom Quality Time and Katzenellenbogen “ghting it out on the line. Ferron found a sliver of space and slipped through with a clear start. The other multihulls crossed the line early, their failed strategy resulting in a resounding win for Katzenellenbogen The last race saw the regattas most spectacular start, that of Richard Wests Alden schooner Charm III in Nonspinnaker Class. Had the boats to leeward known more about handling a 20-ton schooner under full sail in tight spaces, they might have given Charm III more room. Facing a narrowing gap, West held his nerve and made a brilliant start, scraping by the committee boat with only inches to spare. Sunday afternoon featured Anguilla A Class boat racing. Starlin Rosario, doing double duty on Charm III needed to quickly get aboard the local boat, Satellite In a fantastic dive from the schooners deck, while Satellite sailed by at 8kts, Rosario grabbed a line hung from Satellite s stern and was dragged through the water for 50 yards before being hauled aboard. At Sundays awards ceremony, Donald Curtis, President of the Anguilla Sailing Association, praised the sportsmanship of the competitors. While Coors Light may have won the top prizes the real winners were the students of the Anguilla Youth Sailing School. This year, seventeen students were invited to crew for all three days of racing. The students not only got to see “rst-hand how it felt to sail on yachts that have competed all over the Caribbean but the funds raised by the regatta will be used to make sure that the sailing school survives and grows as it continues in its mission to teach sailing to the next generation of Anguillians,Ž Curtis said. This year a new trophy was created in memory of former Anguilla Sailing Association Board Member, Fred Randall, who passed away a month before the regatta. The Fred Randall Trophy will be awarded annually for the best overall performance by a single boat in the regatta. Frits Bus of Team Coors Light graciously accepted this top honor in addition to his win in Spinnaker Class. For info and full results, visit: www.anguillaregatta.com

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 55 The in-form Melges 24 Budget Marine Gill received the accolade of Most Worthy Boat at the 8th Annual Captain Olivers Regatta, presented by Coors Light and held May 18th-20th, after dominating Racing Monohull Class on Saturday and Sunday. No wonder Chris Marshall wore a grin as broad as a Cheshire cats. The local Budget Marine general manager was at the helm of the Melges, trading places with usual skipper Andrea Scarabelli. And winning class tasted that much sweeter with Budgets name engraved on the Captain Olivers Memorial Trophy for the “rst time. The late Captains (Olivier Lange) wish for a regatta brimming with joie de vivre, great sailing, and great parties, lived up to the hype as usual. Blessed with a weekend of brisk 15-20 knot south easterly to easterly winds and steep swells, 22 boats in “ve categories contested two days of challenging racing beginning with the counterclockwise around-the-island race on Saturday. Sunday saw two courses set in the St. Barths channel with boats rounding Pelican Rock, Molly Beday, Table Rock, and Tintamarre Island. Racing classes followed the longer course and Cruising classes the shorter one. The expected duel between the two Melges, Budget Marine Gill and Frits Buss Team Coors Light failed to igSt. Maarten/ St. Martin nite after the latter suffered broken rudder bolts 20 minutes into Saturdays race and had to be towed back to port by sea rescue services. Coors Light returned to the fray on Sunday to “nish third and “fth overall in Racing Monohulls but the mishap put them out of contention. Bobby Velasquezs LEsperance CAPTAIN OLIVERS REGATTA BUDGET MARINE GILL STORM TO VICTORYBY ROBERT LUCKOCK The crew from Little Poe who are all SBO Maritime Assistant students received special prizes from the Coors Light girls for their outstanding effort in finishing fourth in Cruising Monohulls, from left: Joey Brooks, Obrien Matlida, and Justin LinzeyPHOTO: NATALY DANNENBERGBudget Marine Gill in action during the 8th Captain Olivers Regatta … Heineken Regatta Director Michele Korteweg joined the crew, her first experience racing a Melges 24PHOTO: NATALY DANNENBERG

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56 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Subscribe toALL AT SEA www.allatsea.net subscribe@allatsea.netU.S. Subscriber12 issues $29.95Canada Subscriber12 issues $39.95Non-U.S./Canada Subscriber12 issues $64.95 Read what you love...all the time, any time! BVI SodaBlast THE ADVANTAGES OF SODA BLASTING FOR STRIPPING MARINE COATING Compared to other methods of stripping marine coatings, soda blasting is your obvious choice. Soda blasting is: It is also cost effective because getting the job done right the “rst time saves time, money and frustration. When hauling your boat this hurricane season IN THE BVI give BVI SodaBlast a call. We are the only operation utilizing this greenŽ technology to help protect our environment. This is our home too. Visit our website for a detailed quote www.bvisodablast.com last years Most Worthy Boat, brushed aside a mistake in Saturdays race to take second overall in class followed by Raphael Magrass X34 Maelia Elsewhere, close rivalry focused on Garth Steyns Catalina 36 Moondance and Colin Percys Nonsuch 33 Antares in Cruising Class Monohulls, ultimately won on a tiebreaker by Percy after both scored a win apiece. Gordon Robbs Charger 33 Caribella did well to take third place overall with an inexperienced crew. Three high school students crewing on Little Poe who are following the SBO Maritime Assistant Training program, received special recognition and prizes for showing great enthusiasm for sailing and an impressive attitude. These young guys have a tough attitude and they really went for it this weekend. Im really proud of them,Ž remarked their skipper and course instructor Rien Korteknie. Racing Multihulls was won by Petro Jonkers Du Toit 51 Quality Time with Pat Turners plywood Newick designed Tryst “nishing second overall. The 40ft trimaran Dauphin Telecom retired on Sunday with sail problems. Turner was nursing two broken heel bones after falling off a ladder but admitted that fortunately he didnt have to move sitting at the helm.  Tryst the oldest wooden racing trimaran in the world, was doing 17 knots and catching the ”eet. Im surprised the 44-year-old girl can still get on to a plane like that. We had such a good sail,Ž he enthused. Luc Scheulens Norman Cross 34 Green Flash took overall honors in Cruising Multihulls, March Sillems Dean 44 Two Pigeons was second, and Robbie Ferrons Lagoon 410 Katzenellenbogen “nished third. The 1-Design Class (formerly Corporate Class) was won by Appie Stoutenbeek on the Sun Odyssey 36 Team Lagoon Marina As an addition to the program, six young Optimist sailors competed against each other in six races held in the Oyster Pond Lagoon on Saturday afternoon. The youngsters displayed great skills for an enthusiastic audience. First place went to Leonardo Knol with Nathan Smith in second place and Luke Bacon third. Volvic Water, Island Water World and Budget Marine sponsored the event. The regatta was organized by Technical Director Stuart Knaggs, Coordinator Rikke Speetjens, and Mary Wrigley, with the support of numerous sponsors. Peter Mazereeuw was Race Of“cer. The delectable Coors Light Girls assisted at the awards ceremony. Robert Luckock is a British journalist and freelance writer residing in St. Maarten. He is currently The Daily Herald s correspondent for French St. Martin and was one of All At Sea s very “rst contributors. St. Maarten/ St. Martin

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 59After 22 days, 8 hours, and 55 minutes at sea, Gildas Morvan and Charlie Dalin, the duo of sailors aboard Cercle Vert were the “rst to cross the “nish line in the 11th edition of the Transat ag2r La Mondiale, arriving in Saint Barthlemy at 3:55pm on Sunday May 13 2012. Morvan and Vert “nally won this event, after seven unsuccessful attempts. The arrival in Saint Barth is always a special experience for us, especially when its on a Sunday. And when you are the winners, its even more magical,Ž says Morvan. Dalin, on the other hand, tasted victory at the “rst attempt. At the head of the ”eet since May 3 (the race set sail from Concarneau, France, on April 21) Cercle Vert certainly earned their win, with Erwan Tabarly and Eric Pron, the early leaders aboard Nacarat “nishing second at 5:10pm. But the real show that sunny Sunday afternoon was put on by the team of Jeanne Grgoire and Grald Veniard, aboard Banque Populaire They eventually “nished third, but just 96 seconds ahead of Paul Meilhat and Fabien Delahaye, aboard Skipper Macif after a close chase into the port. After 7,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean, with the route a bit more circuitous than usual due to a major weather system that had to be avoided mid-Atlantic, 12 of the 16 boats in the race “nished within a period of six hours. This means that the arrival rate for 75% of the ”eet was one boat St. Barthlemy OCEAN RACING CERCLE VERT WINS 2012 TR ANSAT AG2RLA MONDIALE BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX PHOTOS BY ROSEMOND GRAUX every 30 minutes: a rhythm never before seen in the ag2r. The local population was out on the water and the docks to welcome the boats home. And the crowds were out in force to welcome the last boat, Hotel Emeraude Plage Saint Barthlemy with sailors Louis-Maurice Tannyres and Joanna Tannyres, both in the race for the “rst time. They arrived two days after the winners and most of the competing yachts, along with a ”eet of local boats, went out to give them a big Saint Barths welcome. Founded 20 years ago, the ag2r takes place every two years with teams of two sailors competing on identical 33ft Figaro Bnteau II sailboats. The race is a challenge of man against the sea. Drinking water and food are carefully rationed and must last almost a month in a race where outside assistance is forbidden. The ag2r-La Mondiale represents the close of the regatta season in Saint Barth, and after such events as The Bucket, Les Voiles, and the West Indies Regatta, it is safe to say that the little Port of Gustavia is one of the busiest in the Caribbean. Ellen Lampert-Graux lives in Saint Barthlemy where she is editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine She writes about entertainment design and technology for Live Design magazine, and about Caribbean architecture for MACO a Trinidad-based lifestyle magazine. French sailors Charlie Dalin (left) and Gildas Morvan, winners of the 2012 Transat ag2r

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60 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012WEST INDIES REGATTA WET BUT NOT WINDY STORY BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX PHOTOS BY ROSEMOND GRAUX Dubbed the Wet Indies Regatta by organizer Alexis Andrews after lots of rain, the 2012 West Indies Regatta suffered not only from cloudy skies but also from a lack of wind, resulting in no real racing over the weekend of May 4th-6th, at the 4th annual edition of this event in Saint Barth. A highlight of the weekend was the participation of Scaramouche (referred to as The Queen of the West Indies Regatta), a traditional 72ft schooner built in 1969. The last of its kind, Scaramouche is based in The Grenadines where she works as a day charter boat under the watchful eye of Captain Martin Jeannett, who has owned the schooner since the 70s. It is the last of the genuine Carriacou schooners,Ž he confirms, a real museum piece.Ž Lack of wind didnt dampen the spirits of the captains and crew of the wonderful wooden sailboats that came to the island for the regatta. The real stars of the show are the boats themselves as much as the actual racing, as the event is intended to promote traditional boatbuilding skills in the Caribbean, and generate interest in keeping the spirit of wooden boats alive. To further his cause, Andrews is working on a documentary “lm entitled Vanishing Sails, and showed the trailer on the dock on Saturday evening. (You can “nd the clip on YouTube.) In the spirit of fun and camaraderie, Andrews distributed the prizes anyway; with gifts from Kokon and Black Swan as well as mermaids by artist David Wegman. Other sponsors include Mayas, Bete A ZAiles, La Plage, ALMA, LouLou and Jenny Magras, UNESCO, and the Port of Gustavia. Winners included the sloop Tradition for participating every year; Alexander Hamilton for using its new sails in spite of no wind; Savvy for the best and cleanest t-shirts; Summer Cloud for trying hardest as they have no motor; and Ocean Nomad for competitive spirit. Nils Dufau, representing the Collectivity of Saint Barthlemy, said he is already looking forward to seeing these traditional West Indies sailboats return to Saint Barth next year! For more information, visit: www.westindiesregatta.com Ellen Lampert-Graux lives in Saint Barthlemy where she is editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine She writes about entertainment design and technology for Live Design magazine, and about Caribbean architecture for MACO a Trinidad-based lifestyle magazine. St. Barthlemy Painted ships on a painted ocean

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62 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012MOUNT GAY RUM BARBADOS REGATTA HEAVY WINDS AND HARD SAILINGBY CAROL M. BAREUTHERBarbados Big winds and seas created challenging conditions for the 37 boats and 300 sailors competing in the Mount Gay Rum Barbados Regatta, hosted May 18th 20th out of Carlisle Bay by the Barbados Sailing Association. There was, however, some very close and exciting racing especially in the Racing and Cruising A Classes. Legendary Legacy a Soverel 43, owned by Trinidad & Tobagos Reginald Williams won a tie-breaker after “ve races to champion the Racing Class over Barbados Peter Lewis on his J/105, Whistler Teamwork was the reason for Legacy s success, says Williams. Our team of 15 immediate family and friends (including Bajan team members) were wonderful to work with in the conditions. When some became spent from grinding, others stepped up to support them. From the start we had a 50-plus year difference between our youngest and most senior crew member. When asked how he was doing, halfway on the “rst day? Our youngest crew, Elijah replied, I couldnt be happier right now, and that about summed it Happy Morning … winner of Cruising Class A PHOTO: PETER MARSHALLNot all the boats made it through the first day unscathedPHOTO: PETER MARSHALL

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64 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Barbados up for all of us. The race was won on preparation, tactics, a good crew and a bit of luck.Ž In the Cruising A Class, only one point separated the three top boats: Happy Morning Ribbit and Jaystar In the end, it was St. Lucias David Onyons Sigma 36, Happy Morning which took the lead by one point. The “rst day we were overpowered upwind, and probably underpowered downwind,Ž explains Onyons, who sailed to the Caribbean on the 2010 ARC. The second day, we knew we had to do something different, so elected to sail with the full main and see what happened. We had a great day and really stepped it up a gear, including a neat 360 pivot on the start line to gain a port start ”yer. The “nal day, we gained a Mount Gay girl, Ashley, and her friend Tiffany, so we “nally had some weight on the rail and a now full complement of eight. We started with a pin end, port tack ”yer over the rest of the ”eet who were on starboard. We lead for 20 minutes until Ribbit overhauled us, but we still sailed a great race to “nish over three minutes ahead of her on corrected time and take the overall “rst place. That was in spite of the headsail shredding on the “nal beat!Ž The J/24 one-design class was the largest of the regatta with an impressive 16 boats on the line. Barbados Bruce Bayley, aboard his Fully Covered handily won with four “rst place bullets in six races with a victorious combination of boat speed and tactics. The J24 class is very competitive here and the standard quite high,Ž tells Bayley. After day two, we were dead-even with Hawkeye for “rst and expected to have a tough “ght to the end. Fortunately I have had quite a bit of experience sailing in heavy air and I think it is fair to say that my technique in those conditions was better than my competitors. We had almost ”awless crew work over the three day event and our success was directly as a result of us pulling together as a team and not making any mistakes.Ž Finally, it was Barbados John Hanschell, aboard is Beneteau 50, Vagabond who won the Cruising B Class. The racing was exhilarating,Ž Hanschell says. The courses involved the usual beat to windward and included parts of the south coast and west coast with some very fast reaches where we recorded 11 knots boat speed on our GPS at one point. In addition to the sailing, I really enjoyed the camaraderie in our class. We actually have three Beneteau 50s. We will de“nitely be back next year!Ž For full results, visit: sailbarbados.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Being prepared for violent weather takes proper planning and the right equipment. Landfall has the gear and advice you need, including ACR EPIRBs and PLBs, Mustang PFDs, and Winslow rafts. Find a safe harbor with paper charts and electronic chips from C-Map/Jeppesen and Navionics. Stay warm and dry with foul weather gear from Musto, SLAM, Gill, Henri Lloyd, and more. We ship daily to the Caribbean. All it takes is a call or click. Visit us online to get our free catalog and monthly e-mail. SAFETY | NAVIGATION | REFERENCE | WEAR2012 Landfall Navigation. All rights reserved. HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE.SEEK LANDFALL.800-941-2219 | landfallnav.com 2011C-MAP DEALER OF THEYEAR

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66 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 Trinidad From Optimists to the Olympics, Andrew Lewis is on his way to Weymouth to represent Trinidad & Tobago in the 2012 Summer Olympics in the Laser class. Lewis, now age 22, started his sailing and racing career in an Optimist dinghy. Growing up in a sailing family, I was always in contact with the sport and the environment,Ž he says. In 2003, as a young 14-yearold sailor, I had a dream to represent my country at the Olympics. In 2006, my coach told me that I had the potential to compete in the Beijing Olympics in 2008. I have always been competitive. I like testing myself and surpassing expectations. I have never stopped working towards my goal of qualifying for the Olympics and now I have achieved it.Ž The Laser was a natural progression from the Optimist for Lewis. Its also a class where hes shown great aptitude. Early on, he “nished an impressive 2nd at the 2007 Qingdao Sailing Test event for the Beijing Olympics. He also won two Caribbean and Central American Games (CAC) regattas, made Gold Fleet in the Olympic Class Regatta in Miami, quali“ed for the Pan American Games and “nished in the Gold Fleet at the 2011 Laser Europeans in Finland, Sail Melbourne and the ISAF World Cup in Palma, Spain. Lewis missed qualifying for the Olympics by seven places at the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships in Perth. He had a second opportunity at the Audi World Laser Championships in Germany, where 29 countries competed for 12 spots. Lewis was able to secure one of the 12 spots and thus qualify for London. In competitions leading up to the Championship in May, I would gauge to see where I was amongst the 12,Ž Lewis explains. In Germany, my goal was to make the Gold Fleet, which would have ensured my quali“cation. I started in the worst possible way with two black ”ag disquali“cations in my “rst two races. I knew it was uphill from there, but I remained focused. At the end of the preliminary stage, I did not make the Gold Fleet, so had to compete in the Silver Fleet. There were six spots available, and 12 countries competing for them. I fancied my chances but knew I still had to execute. At one point, I slipped out of the top six, but motivated myself to get back into the quali“cation zone. And I made it.Ž Lewis headed back to Trinidad & Tobago in May to work on his strength and conditioning training. He left at the end of the month for Weymouth to train in Olympic waters, competed in a couple of regattas on the European circuit and then began his Olympic preparation at the end of June. To compete in the Olympics is a realization of a childhood dream,Ž Lewis says. It represents the idea that hard work, dedication, sacri“ce and sheer will power can help anyone achieve their goals. I am honored for the opportunity to represent my country on the highest stage and am eager to do it and our citizens proud by my performances.Ž What does Lewis recommend to other young Caribbean sailors who would like to follow in his wake? Work hard and always believe in yourself and your ability,Ž Lewis says. Not everyone is going to support you. It will be dif“cult and you will be faced with many challenges. You have to stay focused and patient. Never lose sight of your goals and one day you will attain them. Do your best!Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. OLYMPIC PROFILE: TRINIDAD & TOBAGOS ANDREW LEWISBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Andrew Lewis sailing Lasers

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72 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 CaribbeanSeaCuraao Bonaire Aruba Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda Antigua l ombiaPuerto Rico Haiti Dominican Republic Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 4 6 5 2 1 Acquamarina, Puerto Rico. Exclusive luxury residences, second homes and vacation properties from 1500to an 8000 sq. ft. penthouse are available at this seaside condominium complex, the only new development on the Condado in San Juan with direct beach access. Located on Ashford Avenue, next to the San Juan Marriot Hotel and Stellaris casino, this property is steps away from hotels, restaurants, cafes, banks, hospitals, private schools and stores, meaning you dont need a car to run errands or go out for dinner and enjoy the nightlife. Resort-style recreational facilities and amenities include a fully-equipped gym, activity room, beachfront pool with whirlpool and 24hour security. Price: $850,000 up to $6,000,000 MOLLY ASSAD | mollyassad@gmail.com www.acquamarinabeachfront.com | Tel: (787) 918-1900 Magens Bay View, St. Thomas, USVI. Sit on the deck of your own private pool and overlook gorgeous Magens Bay, named one of the top ten most beautiful beaches in the world. Inside, theres a brand new kitchen with top of the line crystal handmade cherry wood cabinets, unique golden copper granite counters, full granite back splash, drawer-style microwave and double refrigerators. The dining room features sideboard crystal cherry cabinets with Italian onyx serving counter. Dramatic lighting throughout. Successful short term rental property! Price: $1,999,000 APRIL NEWLAND, April Newland Real Estate anewland2@gmail.com www.newland.vi or www.luxuryislandrealestate.com Of“ce: (340) 774-8888 | Cell: (340) 643-4347 Island Real Estate Guide To display your Real Estate in All At Sea contact advertising@allatsea.net Island Real Estate Guide

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JULY 2012 ALLATSEA.NET 73 Baie Longue Beach, French St. Martin. Choose one of 8 quintessential oceanfront villas, spanning 7,000 sq. ft. La Samanna Villas, part of the Orient-Express Hotel Group, are perched on the volcanic cliffs above the spectacular 2-mile Baie Longue Beach. Unique wraparound in“nity pools and terraces appear to become one with the tropical azure waters below. Mediterranean architecture with classic arches, columns and tile roofs evoke a feeling of total barefoot elegance. Price: $5,600,000 RODGER BOUTELLE, ReMax Island Properties Rodger@RemaxIslandProperties.com www.remaxislandproperties.com Of“ce: (721) 544-4580 | Cell: (721) 587-5555 3 5 6 Windsurf Road East, Trinidad. Approximately 12,000 sq. ft. of leasehold land situated in one of the most desired locations in Westmoorings is available for sale. This is the only vacant piece of land in Westmoorings that backs the river/ocean so you have the option of erecting your own personal jetty and of course an amazing scenic view. All plans and approvals included in the price. Price: $6.420,000 KIM PACHECO-AMBROSE, Terra Caribbean kim.pacheco@terracaribbean.com www.terracaribbean.com | Of“ce: (868) 628-2391St. Barths. This superb villa has “ve king-size bedrooms, each with en suite bathrooms, private terraces and home cinema systems. Theres a Jacuzzi and cocktail bar in the villas center, while outside boasts a stunning curved swimming pool and decked terraces overlooking the beach. A spacious living area and fully equipped kitchen make this villa the ultimate in luxury living. This property sits on a plot of 0.813 acres, which includes a 2BR, 2BA guest house with lovely living room and American-style kitchen. Price: $40,900,000 APRIL NEWLAND, April Newland Real Estate anewland2@gmail.com www.newland.vi or www.luxuryislandrealestate.com Of“ce: (340) 774-8888 | Cell: (340) 643-4347 4 Christophe Harbour, St. Kitts. Move into one of 11 turnkey 3BR or 4BR private residences situated between the beach and harbor and within walking distance to the Sandy Bank Bay Beach Club. Measuring 3,500 to 3,900 sq. ft. under roof, each home boasts an outdoor living space, a pool and the option to be purchased fully furnished. Windswept Villas are located in the “rst residential neighborhood at Christophe Harbour, a luxury residential resort offering a variety of real estate ownership opportunities. The masterplanned resort community will offer a mega yacht harbor and marina; a Tom Fazio-designed, 18-hole golf course; two branded “ve-star hotels; and a private yacht club, beach club, restaurants and shopping. Average Price: $1,200,000 THOMAS LIEPMAN, Christophe Harbour Real Estate info@ChristopheHarbour.com www.ChristopheHarbour.com Of“ce: (869) 466-8738 or (800) 881-7180

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Check out www.littleships.com for more details on these listings and others! 1998 Hunter legend 40.5 Excellent condition clean and upgraded. $99K Jeanneau 44 SUN MAGIC owners version. Needs cosmetics. Sound vessel $75K Euro 1992 Beneteau 41,5 First. Excellent condition. Fast and Furious! NAUTA 70 Glorious machine in impeccable condition 1990 72 ft Aluminium ketch. World girdler. Circumnavigation ready. $700K offers. 1985 Nonsuch. 36. Ready to go. Some varnishing needed. $65K 1977 CSY 44. has to be seen to be believed. Immaculate bullet proof liveaboard cruiser OFFERS 56 ft Stealth Power Cat. One owner, never chartered. Glorious luxury & stunning speed. $825K 1987 Telstar Hans Christian. Magnificent Blue water ready with all the new extras. $149K 1981 43 ft Endeavour Ketch Excellent blue water liveaboard. $89K OFFERS 1987 Finngulf 39 Fully loaded $74K Offers! 1990 CS 40. Pristine Blue water passagemaker ready to go. Canadian Vat paid $120K Offers!! 2006 Sovereign Rob Humphries design 40 ft Awesome pedigree! 2006 Leopard 40, four cabin. Just phased out the fleet. New solar panels. Immaculate. best priced unit available. Dudley Dix $99K Steel Twin headsail Sloop. Blue water liveaboard. Fast!! Reinke 16 M Bilge Keeler. Expedition class yacht. Clean Survey $269K Johnson 65 Fly bridge. Magnificent turnkey vessel Priced to sell!! 1990 Carver 42. Immaculate. $150K offers! 2001 Lagoon 410. New engines, Recent rig. All new electronics. Clean $225K Offers. SAGA 35. Clean with plenty liveaboard upgrades. Offers! 48 Ft Alliaura Privi Transcat POWERCAT. Twin Yanmars Bullet proof, Liveaboard $325K 1988 Barens Sea trader. Steel. Great condition. Sail away OFFERS! 1994 Roberts 45 Bullet proof. Blue water circumnavigator. $79K OFFERS! Formosa 68. Awesome Liveaboard/ High end charter vessel. $345K. Price Gutted. Owner retiring. 1991 Tayana 47. Excellent deal!! $155K 2003 Bahia 46. Just phased out. new engines, sails. Clean survey. Leopard 48, new Hard top, new hull extension, new upgraded davits, new awlgrip. Immaculate $260K 2005 Leopard 43. Owners version. Spotless, loaded and immaculate! Macgregor 65. Awesome machineƒ best condition ever $175K offers. 2008 Island Spirit 40 owners version. Full cruising compliment. Immaculate!! $325K 1995 Privilege 45. Cat. In weekly use. Lying Belize. $249K OFFERS 1991 Island Packet 31 ft. lying Grenada. Great liveaboard. OFFERS! Fountaine Pajot Marquises 56. Two to choose from! 2007 HANSE 430e. Immaculate fully equipped for Blue water passage making. One careful owner since new. Offers! 1999 Oyster 56. More than magnificent! One careful owner since new. Owner buying a bigger one.

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78 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 43 1987 Marine Trader $65,000 55 2006 Dyna Craft $550,000 37 1997 Hunter $63,000Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 40 2006 Catalina $185,000 50 1988 Beneteau 500 $110,000 30 1974 Fales Trawler $37,000Compass Point Marina :788 Est5 Frydenhoj< Suite ?=< St5 Thomas< U5S5V5I5 88=8? PhoneA D7>8J ;;KL6::8 FaxA D7>8J ;;9L>=87 yachts@islands5viwww.stthomasyachts.com St. Thomas Yacht Sales SAIL 78 ;> Fales Trawler< excellent cond5 55555O7;Q 7; K; Hunter< RP< Sugar Scoop 5555555555555O:7Q 7= :; WeComte< classic< great cond5 5O==59Q >8 => Endeavour< ready to cruise 555555555O99Q >7 ;: Gulfstar< ;9HP Yanmar< RP 5555555555O>9Q >> ;; CSY Sloop< new rigging 555555555555555O=9Q 98 ;; Gulfstar Qetch5555555555555555555555555555555O;9Q 9? :7 Rlden< custom design< exc cond 555O6?8Q POWER 6= 89 Qey Wargo< CC< T Top< 698HP 5O6:<:88 ?8 87 Caribe Xetboat< 6;9HP Merc5 555O6K<988 ?9 8? Pursuit CC L ??9HP Yamaha 5555O7>59Q ?: K; Grady Zhite< Cuddy Cabin< Twin Yamahas555O?9Q ?: KK Mako< Twin Yamahas 5555555555555555555O?8Q 78 86 Scarab Sport Twin Mercs 555555555555O99Q 7> =K Sea [ay Express< diesels 555555555555O99Q 7> 88 Sea [ay Sundancer< Twin Mercs< R\C O;?Q 7K K= Mainship Trawler< twin diesels 55555O=K5KQ >8 8? ]liver Marine Express Cruiser 555O?98Q >7 ;7 Seaward< Classic< great cond 55OKK59Q >7 =7 Marine Trading MY 555555555555555555555555O=9Q >= KK ^yna Craft MY< >79HP diesels 5555O?78Q >= 8? ^yna Craft MY< 7 strms >98HP Cats555 O?K9Q 97 ;: Uniflite Utility< custom Navy transport 55OKK5KQ 99 8: ^yna Craft MY< 7 strms< ;88HP Cats 5O998Q Brokerage

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80 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2012 FOR SALE1998 Sea Ray 450 Sundancer Comfortable and elegant, perfect condition, twin cat 420hp, 550h, 2 cabins with bathrooms, underwater lights, large swim platform, generator, A/C, TV, DVD, cameras, fridge, microwave, coffee, dinghy, bimini, large swim plate form. Price $149,000 Contact elitemarine@me.com Twin mercruiser changed in 2010 with 105 hrs, new electronics, new antifouling, new interior, new electricity, new batteries, new fridge, swim plate form, 2 cabins, bimini, 2 coolers, cockpit table. Price $12,999 OBO Contact sylvain.gulay@wanadoo.fr FOR SALE Carver 32 Twin MercruiserBrokerage 24FT BOSTON WHALER OUTRAGE twin 698hp Mercury two stroke outboards< ?887< ;98hrs< VHF< outrigL gers< 7 deep sea fishing rods and reels< bow sunLbed< well maintained asking price USO >85888 lift storage Xolly Harbor< Rntigua drpbell@me5com :>:5;865?=>K 30 1990 ALURA CLASSIC. Wobster style hull5 6=9 hp turboL charged Yanmar5 6?9? hours5 Gen set< R\C< electrosan< electric stove< refrigeration5 VHF< Stereo< safety gear< Swim platform5 7 gl\hr O>7<8885 cayenL nita@hotmail5com DORAL BOAT 30 1997, gasL Mercruiser V= 95;68 hp ^etroit XH^:;6< mechanical restauration ?8685 FuelA ?88gal5 ? cabins FlybridgeL Vhf \ depth Sounder \ [adar \ Gps chartplotter \ autoL pilot \ electrical windlass 7 Solar panels< wind generator< Inverter5 Gen K QZL Powerboats Powerboats ]ut riggers available5 Rsking USO668 88 LSaint Martin FZI catayan@hotmail5fr HATTERAS 43 DOUBLE C 1974, detroit :;6n low hours8<888 obo ready to travel__ mariosailtranL quilein@yahoo5com BELTRAM 46.6 D?J^^ =VK? ]nan 6?Q generator yearA6K=> Galley ^own5 Professional maintenance< excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition5 Boat is in P5[ For additional inf5please contactA r7K88:=K@yahoo5com 260 Hp Volvo D4 Turbo Diesel Engines… incredible fuel ef“ciency! Raymarine E120 Chartplotter, Raymarine 4kW Digital Radar, 9Kw Northern Lights Genset, Long Range WiFi, Underwater LEDs, LCD TVs, A/C, Washer/Dryer, Electric toilets. BVI Location. $650,000 www.leopardpowercat.com LEOPARD 47 POWERCAT 2009 … Owners Version, Never Chartered Continued on page 87 Sailboats Sailboats ?868< asymetric spinnaker with sock< roller furling< lazy jacks< ? vhf< flat screen 6KŽ tv< GPS< auto pilot< swim plataform with stairs< new motor mounts< and much more5 US ?95888 ]B] Boat is in Puerto [ico ximenabL ernard@yahoo5ca ;=;L>>9>K?9 ALDEN-DESIGNED CLASSIC BRISTOL 35 SLOOP, 1974. New standing rigging< dodger5 New 89A sails< Imron paint< throughLhulls< head< Harken [F< bilge pumps< and electronics5 Wovingly cared for5 Proven bluewater cruiser5 Epoxy barrier coat just done5 Price reduced_ O??<888 ybutt?88?@yahoo5com FORMULA 40 CATAMARAN SOMAŽ. 9Ltime Fastest Rround the Island trophy winner at Heineken [egatta5 North carbon sails< new daggerboards< many other upgrades5 Fastest is fun5 O678k5 Wying in Tortola5 996L>=?L9986 or somasailing@ yahoo5com 2010 42 FOOT CARRIACOU SLOOP ZEMI FOR SALE This tradiL tionally built Caribbean wooden sloop has bronze fastenings< =Q of lead< a ?866 yanmar 98 hp with about >8 hours5 The boat has won Rntigua Classic Yacht [egatta in the Traditional Class in 66 ` 6?5 New hardly used North Sails5 Boat has done about 988 miles of sailing in total and will make O ur highly modi“ed and strengthened 1978 Hughes 38 will complete her second circumnavigation in the Caribbean during December 2011„ and is offered for quick sale at $39,900 Extensive inventory. Offshore ready. Meet us in a dinghy with the cash as we sail by, and your next stop could be Panama. Contact fatty@fattygoodlander.com Wild Card 2010 28 DAY CHARTER CATAMARAN. Custom ?= x 6> lightweight minimalist live aboard Dbunks8 hrsJ5 Trailer5 Wying Culebra79L87=; 30 SAILBOAT, FBRGLASS, SPARKMAN&S, BUILT 1973 < diesel< roller furling6 7;7? JENNEAU ARCADIA 30Ž 1985 Very good condition5 Yanmar ^iesel ?{M< standing rigging all done in 4 Staterooms, 3 Bath, 2 Generators 20kw & 15kw, 2 Detroit Diesel Engines 12V71TA 900hp each, Dinghy Novurania 15 w/new 40hp 4cycles Yamaha engine, Stabilizers, Water Maker 1,200gpd, Fully Equipped Boat located in Fajardo, Puerto Rico$350,000.00 For more info: call (787) 727-8997 or email josekapp@yahoo.com h For Sale:63 VIKING MOTOR YACHT 1990

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