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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN TEN TIPS FOR CRUISING SAN BLAS ELECTRIC BILGE PUMPS 101 FREE FEBRUARY 2013 DOMINICA: A Hikers ParadiseRACING: Pete Sheals Match Race Inside: Caribbean News

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WINTER CHECKLIST Sunglasses Bring bathing suit Fuel-up boat for adventure Pack drinks & food in cooler Chart your course to sun & fun Facilities vary by location.BAHIA MAR YACHTING CENTER PIER SIXTY-SIX MARINA HILTON FT. LAUDERDALE MARINA BOCA RATON RESORT & MARINA HYATT REGENCY SARASOTA MARINA SOUTH SEAS ISLAND RESORT & MARINA HILTON KEY LARGO MARINA EL CONQUISTADOR RESORT & MARINA Discover the perfect tropical paradise for your next sea voyage at LXR Luxury Marinas. Our distinguished collection of exclusive resort marinas offer the utmost in relaxation and indulgence. A coveted maritime destination, Florida offers boaters an average year-round temperature of 77 F, and is ideal for docking your vessel, and forgetting all about winter.The LXR Way to Winterize Your Boat To learn more about our luxury marinas, visit LXRmarinas.com

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WWW.CNMARINAS.COM/PLM ABU DHABI | ITALY | MALTA | TURKEY | WEST INDIESKnown popularly as the spice island, Grenada is one of the most unspoilt cruising destinations in the Caribbean, where you and your friends will enjoy a genuine warm welcome from the engaging and fun-loving islanders. Here you will “nd secluded coves, scintillating beaches, breathtaking diving, nature reserves and a host of sporting activities ashore and a”oat. Everything about Grenada is vibrant … from the crystal clear waters that surround it, to the colours of the roofs in the historic capital, and of course the rhythms and aromas that exemplify the local lifestyle. At Port Louis Marina you will experience one of the best appointed, full-service marinas in the region. Providing the international standards and quality you would associate with Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, Port Louis retains a quintessential Grenadian ”avour. Call Danny Donelan on +1 (473) 435 7431 or email danny.donelan@cnportlouismarina.com ‰ Water and electricity ‰ Free broadband internet ‰ 24-hour security ‰ Haul-out and technical facilities nearby ‰ Bar, restaurant and swimming pool on-site ‰ Berthing assistance ‰ Only “ve miles from the international airport New Season Rates … 1 Dec to 31 May 2013 LOA in feet Daily $/ft/day Weekly $/ft/day Monthly $/ft/dayup to 32$0.86$0.77$0.73 up to 40$1.08$0.97$0.92 up to 50$1.19$1.07$1.01 up to 60$1.30$1.17$1.11 up to 65$1.46$1.31$1.24 up to 75$1.51$1.36$1.29 up to 80$1.84$1.65$1.56 up to 100$1.89$1.70$1.61 For yachts above 100 feet LOA, and for bookings of longer periods, please contact us for a personalised quote. Multihulls are charged at 1.5 times the standard rate. Port Louis Marina, GrenadaAdd a bit of spice to your sailing!

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CrewsInns luxury Hotel and Yachting Centre is a safe and peaceful harbour outside of the hurricane belt; naturally protected by the lush mountains of the Northern Range. As one of the most modern Marinas in the region, it is a fond favourite for yearly and transient guests due to its first-class service and community appeal.e Marina:The 68-slip Marina is situated in Chaguaramas Trinidads largest National Park. It enjoys a preserved and unspoiled ambience with many nature trails and hiking paths for the eco-lover, but with nightlife, beaches and a golf-course only five minutes away. Drop anchor with ease and relax, meet new friends and take advantage of the many amenities provided for your comfort and convenience. Welcome to Cruisers ParadiseŽ Latitude N 10 40, Longitude W 61 39 P.O. Box 518, Carenage, Trinidad, W.I. For Reservations: (868) 634-4000/4384 Email: inquiries@crewsinn.com | www.crewsinn.comCrewsInn Marina Guests enjoy:

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10 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Editors Log They say the two happiest times of your life are the day you buy a boat and the day you sell it. Well, heres to happiness because in December we bought another boat. You are probably thinking the editor is having a mid-life crisis, you know, Harley Davidson syndrome that affects men of a certain age. Well, you are wrong. It was my wife who found the boat online and steered me towards it. Okay, she did catch me sneaking out of the Harley dealership a week before, which only goes to prove that I married a very smart woman. Our new boat is unlike any we have owned, being used to classic wooden yachts and steel clunkers that dont cut through the ocean but bulldoze their way through it. G-String is a lightweight Dudley Dix Caribbea 30 cruise/racer with a healthy beam and ”at sections. She also sports a wing keel, which might be old hat now but to me is cutting-edge technology. G-String was built in South Africa and sailed single-handed to the Caribbean in the mid 1990s. After some TLC, she will make a lovely cruising boat for the islands and should I ever get the urge to cross another ocean, she will be good for that too. Heres how G-String got her name, or at least it is one version. The boat carries a spinnaker pole in “ttings on the front of the mast. When the wind gets to a certain strength and blows between the mast and pole, it causes them to resonate and the boat sings a perfect G note. I have heard it for myself. Its a plausible story yet it doesnt explain the piece of skimpy ladies apparel I found buried away at the back of the chart table. Black and frilly they were, too. Whatever the truth, I now have Bachs beautiful Air on a G-String on my iPod and we are working on a logo for the boat that combines music and, well, underwear. And on that note ƒ A recent visitor to St. Maarten left quite an impression on the sailing community. Galia Moss is on a sponsored sail Gary E. Brown, Editor around South America and the money raised is going to fund an education program in Mexico. Sailing east to west around South America is no mean feat. First you must “ght against the north going current as you head south down the coast of Brazil and then you have to make it to weather around Cape Horn or through the Straits of Magellan before turning north. With a length overall of 35ft, and of modern design and construction, her boat is no heavyweight but then neither is Ms Moss. However, given her spirit, I am con“dent that by working together with her boat she will complete this arduous voyage. Many of the children who will bene“t from her endeavor will never know or understand what she went through to help them gain an education. The ocean works in mysterious ways. Ms Moss is an inspiration and we wish her well. The camaraderie of the sea is alive and well and living in St. Thomas! In this edition, cruiser Barbara Hart describes how she keeps “t by rowing her yacht tender around Charlotte Amalie harbor. Unfortunately for her, every time she goes out for some exercise, other boaters think she is in dif“culty and gallantly dash to her rescue. This made me chuckle but the tradition of going to those in distress runs strong in our seafaring community. Better by far to be thanked and sent on your way with a friendly wave than to wake up in the middle of the night wondering if your tardiness means someones now adrift in the middle of the ocean. MAKING MY CASE FOR A GSTRING See you on the water!

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12 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 FEATURES 46 TEN TIPS FOR CRUISERS IN THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS COVER SHOT: Daniel Miro and his sister Natalia take charge of the hunter 41 Xommos | Photo: Tony MiroTHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE 46 February 2013 DEPARTMENTS 10 EDITORS LOG16 WHERE IN THE WORLD?18 CARIBBEAN NEWS19 EVENT CALENDAR20 YACHT CLUB & FISHING CLUB NEWS22 SAILING HUMOR Dreamers, Doers, and Other Turkish Delights Sailing with Charlie: Metamorphosis28 RACING CIRCUIT Inaugural Mango Bowl Regatta Has the Sweet Smell of Success 30 VOYAGING & SEAMANSHIP Sprouting Beans While on Passage 32 CRUISING Row, Row, Row Your Boat Less Can Be More38 TIPS & TRICKS Electric Bilge Pumps 10142 DIVING How to Find a Good Dive Buddy88 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE90 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 103 MARKETPLACE 110 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 112 CARIBBEAN DINING Yachting & Fine Dining De“nitely Go Together Continued on page 14PHOTO: LIESBET COLLAERT

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14 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 16 MAP50 JAMAICA Sydelle Gifford: Jamaicas First Female Boat Captain 53 PUERTO RICO Discover the Caribbean Series57 U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 2012 St. Thomas Fall VICL Charter Yacht Show 62 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Holmberg Wins Pete Sheals Memorial Match Race Gustav Wilmerding Memorial Challenge 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 Virginia and Carolinas Sales KATHY ENZERINK kathy@allatsea.net 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 February 2013 67 ST. MAARTEN/ST. MARTIN La Course de Lalliance Mission for Mexico75 DOMINICA Dominica: A Natural Hiking Destination78 ST. LUCIA ARC 201282 BARBADOS Sailors in the NewsRESOURCES 84 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 86 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS78 PHOTO: CHRISTY RECAII

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16 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS MARTIN AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA Martin H. Samuel writes: Here is a photo of myself taken September 14th 2012 in Greenwich, London, at the Cutty Sark … the 1869 clipper that held the record time from Australia to Britain for ten years. The plaque is interesting. In 1880, the First Mate, Sidney Smith, killed seaman John Francis and was allowed to leave the ship at Anjer, on the west coast of Java, by Captain Wallace, causing the crew to cease work in protest. Wallace continued the voyage with six apprentices and four tradesmen but became becalmed in the Java Sea for three days. In desperation as matters moved from bad to worse, he committed suicide by jumping overboard and disappeared.Ž 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 57 2012 St. Thomas Fall VICL Charter Yacht Show V

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 17 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 75 Dominica: A Natural Hiking Destination Mo n PAGE 82 Sailors in the News: Peter Wipers Hoad of Barbados P P S P e of B

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18 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Zennstrm sets new Transatlantic Superyacht & Maxi Regatta record Rn Leopard helmed by Niklas Zennstrm and with Adrian Stead on tactics, completed the Transatlantic Superyacht & Maxi Regatta in 7days, 8 hours, 59 minutes and 12 seconds to claim line honors and smash the course record. Zennstrm and his 18-strong crew on their 100ft maxi covered 3,300 miles at an average speed of 18.6 knots. The new course record beats the previous one set by Hetairos in 2011 by 25 hours, 59 minutes and 18 seconds. Organized by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in collaboration with the International Maxi Association, the race saw six maxi yachts and superyachts leave Tenerife on November 26 bound for the YCCS Clubhouse and Marina in Virgin Gordas North Sound.RS Elites come to Antigua Sailing WeekAntigua Sailing Weeks Lay Day will have a fresh and thrilling racing event, The Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge. This invitational event will feature a ”eet of RS Elites and will offer high-quality one-design racing for accomplished skippers and their teams. First prize will be a weeks stay for two at Nonsuch Bay Resort, Antigua. Antigua Sailing Weeks reputation goes before it. Surely every sailor has it on their list of one of the regattas theyd most love to do and I think it is really cool to have the RS Elites racing there,Ž says RS Sailing Managing Director, Martin Wadhams. The Stadium racing format, with small courses and short races close to the shore really compliments the Elites attributes. I reckon the racing will be fascinating to watch with very little separation between the boats.Ž Double Olympic Gold Medalist and multiple World International Dragon Class Champion, Poul Hj-Jensen, has con“rmed his participation.Grenada Sailing FestivalUnited Insurance Company Ltd., is to take up the key role of Title Sponsor for the Grenada Sailing Festival Work Boat Regatta for 2013. The company has been a top level supporter for many years and now moves into the central role for the 20th Anniversary celebration of this very popular high pro“le national event, held on the weekend of February 1st … 3rd on Grand Anse Beach.Grenadas Petite Calivigny Yacht Club has a new CommodoreGrenadas newest yacht club has elected John Whitsett to the position of commodore for the next one-year term. Whitsett was the “rst of“cial Club member when the Petite Calivigny Yacht Club (PCYC) started up in 2010, and has been an active committee member for most of that time. He is a familiar face around Grenada, particularly as owner and captain of Rn-Leopard storms to victoryPHOTO: ONEDITIONRS Elites racing at Nonsuch Bay Resort in Antigua.PHOTO COMPLIMENTS OF NONSUCH BAY RESORT

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 19 FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTINMARCH 29 … 31St.Maarten-St.Martin Classic Yacht Regatta Classic Yacht Regatta www.ClassicRegatta.com info@ClassicRegatta.com +599 5237671FEBRUARY 28 … MARCH 3St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Sailing Regatta www.heinekenregatta.com regatta@heinekenregatta.com +599 544 2079 ST. THOMAS, USVIMARCH 22 … 24 International Rolex Regatta Sailing Regatta www.rolexcupregatta.com styc@vipowernet.net 340-775-6320 TORTOLA, BVIMARCH 25 … 31BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival Sailing Regatta www.bvispringregatta.org info@bvispringregatta.org 284-494-3286 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. ANTIGUAFEBRUARY 7 … 10Jolly Harbour Valentines Regatta | Sailing Regatta www.jhycantigua.com nickwhite55@hotmail.com BEQUIAMARCH 28 … APRIL 1Bequia Heineken Easter Regatta | Sailing Regatta www.begos.com/easterregatta bsc@vincysurf.com MIAMI, FLFEBRUARY 14 … 18Miami Boat Shows | Boat Show www.MiamiBoatShow.com lberryman@nmma.org 954-441-3227 PUERTO RICOFEBRUARY 1 … 3Club Nautico de San Juan Intl. Regatta | Sailing Regatta www.nauticodesanjuan.com vela@nauticodesanjuan.com 787-722-0177MARCH 28 … 31St. Barth Bucket Regatta Sailing Regatta www.bucketregattas.com hank@bucketregattas.com 401-965-3256 the beautiful classic schooner Raindancer which is regularly moored at Le Phare Bleu Marina. He replaces Jeanie Parr who successfully governed the club as commodore since inception. The PCYC was formed by a group of boating enthusiasts to support yachting events and water sports in Grenada, particularly in the Calivigny Bay area. New members are welcome. For more information, visit: www.pcycgrenada.comSalty Dawg Rally arrives safely in BVIs Following departure activities in Hampton, Virginia, and a few days of weather delays before departure, all 58 cruising boats of the Salty Dawg Rally arrived safely at their various destinations, with the majority going to the BVI, said Bill and Linda Knowles, co-founders of the rally. The weather on the trip down was generally pretty good, with a few days of lots of wind and some without any wind, but all in all, it was a very successful passage by all boats,Ž Bill Knowles said. There were no injuries, no damage, and no serious issues. It really was fun for all.Ž NEW ADVANTAGE CARD! EARNMILESNOW *Currently not available in our store in Curacao. &%-22-*3 !! "#$$%& !"' ()*& +! # ,!"!" # )* '''!.!! Earn 1 Mile for every US $ 1 spent 100 Miles are worth US $ 5 5000 Miles are worth US $ 500! Redeem your miles in all Island Water World stores* Many other bene“ts & No fee to join!

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20 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 News YACHT CLUB & FISHING CLUB NEWS SHARE YOUR HAPPENINGS WITH THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY BARKOW WINS CARLOS AGUILAR MATCH RACE The USAs Sally Barkow played the comeback kid by defeating the USAs Dave Perry 3-0 in the Finals at the 5th Carlos Aguilar Match Race (CAMR), presented by Ulysse Nardin/ Trident Jewels & Time. Barkow, who has raced this regatta four times, placed second last year after a narrow defeat by Finlands Staphan Lindberg. The sorrow of that defeat made this years win for Barkow and her crew … Annie Lush, Alana OReilly, Erik Champaign and Maggie Shea … all the sweeter. We worked hard as a team in these last few days and it paid off,Ž says Barkow, who is ranked 6th in the Womens and 31st in the open match race rankings divisions as of December 5th 2012. Barkow was awarded a distinctive Ulysse Nardin precision timepiece for her win. A rain squall across Charlotte Amalie harbor minutes before the start of the Finals left light and shifty conditions in its wake. This didnt deter Barkow who won the “rst two matches against Perry. In what proved the “nal match of the Finals, Barkow lead at the start and stretched her advantage to eight boat lengths by the windward mark. She lengthened her frontrunner position into a commanding 10 to 12 boat lengths by the “nish even though her team battled through a kink in the spinnaker that cost them time and boat speed in the last downwind run. It was so shifty,Ž says Barkow. It was easy to get it either so right or so wrong.Ž This match-up of teams in the Finals was an interesting one as Perry, who is the author of Understanding the Racing Rules of Sailing 2009-2012 has served as Barkows match racing coach. For me it was a win-win,Ž says Perry of his teams second place “nish and his students “rst. Sallys team is really good and they have evolved their game well. I was impatient. I had some advantages and gave them away. This either put me behind or put me further behind and Sally took advantage of that.Ž Two past Americas Cup skippers went head-to-head in the Petite Finals. Ultimately, the USVIs Peter Holmberg won 2-1 over the USAs Dave Dellenbaugh. Thus, Holmberg “nished third and Dellenbaugh fourth in the “nal standings. Holmberg won this event in 2009. This four-day Grade 2 match race was sailed in Inter-Club (IC)-24s. Forty-nine ”ights or 135 races were sailed in total. The St. Thomas Yacht Club (STYC) and the Virgin Islands Sailing Association (VISA) are organizing authorities for the CAMR, namesake for the late Carlos Aguilar, who was an avid sailor and match racer. For full results, visit: www.carlosmatchrace.com Report by Carol M. Bareuther. Please send your Yacht Club & Fishing Club News to: editor@allatsea.net PHOTO: DEAN BARNESWinner Sally Barkow (left) and regatta director Verian Aguilar Tuttle at the prize-giving

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22 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013DREAMERS, DOERS, AND OTHER TURKISH DELIGHTS BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor I meet many dreamers. Thats “ne. In order to do you must “rst dream. Dreaming is an important “rst step on the road to actually getting off your butt and doing something„to living life zestfully. Alas, some dreamers are just that and only that„they are people who have mistaken the act of fantasizing about life for actually living it. ƒ they are sort of virtual adventurers. This is understandable. Dreaming about sailing offshore is safer than, say, falling overboard in mid-ocean. But life is short and my time limited. I prefer to avoid such people. While I always take a moment to advise an earnest sailor attempting to install a through-hull for the “rst time, I cant waste my time chatting with a dirtdweller who might buy a boat and might someday install a through hull in it. I hope that doesnt sound harsh„but my seconds are too precious to squander on wannabes-who-will-never-be. In addition, Im (happily) extremely busy. I sail towards life, not away from it. I have many goals„professional, artistic, and humanistic„which Ive yet to achieve. I dont have time to sit around and pat myself on the back„or even allow others to do so. Thus, I was very wary when, sitting in the marina in Finike, Turkey, a note was delivered to my boat that said, ƒ were ”ying in to meet you! accompanied by some incomprehensible, unpronounceable names. Yes, I owe my national and international readers civility and courtesy„but where does that realistically end? So I braced myself. Id invite them aboard for an hour or so, and do my well-rehearsed charming seadog routine„ Selim and Nadire with Capn Fatty on Wild Card in Turkey

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24 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013maybe even sell a book or two. It was an interruption, true, but it was all part of the literary mix. If a writer works hard enough to deserve fans„hed be an idiot not to (brie”y, at least) nurture them. Of course, I had a mental image of what theyd look like and what theyd be like„silly me! The couple who walked down the dock was completely unexpected in every way. First off, they were Turks. While Id like to think I had fans in England and America„my editorial viewpoint hardly caters to Turks. Second, they were both in glowing good heath„with the aura of professional athletes. Third, they were smart as whips. Fourth, they brimmed with intelligent questions„the formulation of which indicated deep and careful thought. Fifth, they realized they were a possible intrusion, and were considerate of my time. Or, to put it another way„Id given them an inch, and they werent about to take a mile. In fact, our meeting was over far too soon for my liking. I was just getting intrigued by their amazing, unexpected dynamism. Lets take Nadire “rst: In a country where many women wore headscarves, she wore a diamond in her belly button. Her hug was more than genuine„it was loving. Im not sure with which I was impressed more„that she was a doctor or a belly dancer or a respected author of medical text books. Most of all, what she exuded was fun She sparkled on every level„intellectually, socially, professionally, personally. She was happy. She was lit up. She was ready, willing, and able„a thoroughly modern woman with a rich appreciation of her convoluted cultural past. One more thing was obvious about her„how much she loved, respected, and admired her husband Selim. Im always attracted to women who love unabashed. Shes special,Ž I thought to myself. She glows with a lust for living!Ž Selim struck me as a sort of ƒ I know this sounds crazy ƒ a Turkish Einstein. There was something delightfully goofy and childlike about him„which was completely in sync with his towering intellect. He was completely at ease and comfortable and con“dent„without being arrogant in the least. It was quickly apparent that he was a history buff with a near photographic memory„and not only understood what had happened down through the ages, but the precise date of it, exactly how many people were in the room, and how it all “t into the Big Picture. His interests were extremely wide-ranging and eclectic„ as be“ts a dirt-poor rowboat “sherman who eventually became a doctor, a surgeon, and the head of the Orthopedic Department in the largest hospital in Istanbul. ƒ suddenly, the whole Ottoman Empire concept started to coalesce in my head„here was a man who, Im sure, could wield an army as skillfully as a scalpel. Finally, we got down to business in the cozy cabin of Wild Card ƒ and what can I do for you?Ž I asked. They hugged each other, like the excited lovers they were. Both grinned like the cat-who-swallowed-the-canary„as if they were sharing the most absurd, silliest secret imaginable. We want to become ƒ how you say ƒ sea gypsies ?Ž Now, I am a collector not only of sea stories„but of people as well. Not many touch my heart„but when one does, I never let them go. Thus, I pursued Selim and Nadire with the same intensity as theyd originally pursued me. I contrived to pick-up the returning Carolyn (my wife) in Istanbul„and crash a few days at their place. And what a place it was! The whole apartment was lined with books„in many languages. The “rst thing I did was spill a fragile antique china-and-gold cup of coffee onto their fabulous Persian rug ƒ and they were kind enough not to notice. (Perhaps I was a bit clumsy„being on terra “rma, and all.) They halted their professional lives completely„and showed me an Istanbul Id never believe existed. Where else are pigeons trained and released to perform aero acrobatics for you, where else do dogs wait for the traf“c lights, where else does a bath take nearly a day, where else do the Christian and Islamic religions collide so artfully, where else does east-meet-west so sensuously„where else can you tack to starboard and sail into Asia, and tack to port and sail into Europe ƒ all within minutes of each other? Yes, we sailed the Bosphorus (Bosporus) together in their modest sloop. Yes, we stopped at the small island Selim had managed to escape from. Yes, we visited the “shing harbor where he “rst rose to prominence. Yes, we embraced Constantinople together„and she embraced us back. Yes, it was truly The City at the Crossroads of Desire Our experiences together were pure magic„the nicest, most interesting, most thought-provoking moments we had in all of Europe. The funniest part was accompanying Selim on his teaching rounds at the hospital„it was just like Turkish-dubbed segment of the American medical TV show called House It was almost as if Id sailed into a Turkish dream: when I need a piece of stainless steel machined for my boat„Selim clapped his hands and a genie named Mister Beautiful Nose appeared to whisk me off in his black Mercedes. ƒ why are you surprised,Ž asked Beautiful Nose, dont you realize that the Maltese Falcon ƒ the worlds largest sailing yacht ƒ was built only a few miles from here?Ž Sailing Humor Our experiences together were pure magic„ the nicest, most interesting, most thoughtprovoking moments we had in all of Europe.

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26 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013I did not. Suddenly, I felt like buying stock in the Ottoman Empire, Part II. Throughout the whole time, Selim pumped me for boatinfo, and Nadire snuggled with Carolyn for intimate details on the cruising life. ƒ do you like aluminum Ovnis?Ž Selim asked. You know„like your buddy Jimmy Cornell sails?Ž ƒ how, exactly, do you preserve your meat without refrigeration„by canning it in a pressure cooker?Ž Nadire would inquire. We bonded. They joined us in Greece„as we toured the lesser traveled Cyclades islands together. They say the Greeks and the Turks hate each other„but we felt only love and respect. And they introduced us to Papa Gosh„a locally-famous sailor in Milos who embodies all of Hellenic culture, and is also known as the King of Ouzo as well,Ž according to Nadire. Why do you prefer the wind vane over the electric autopilot?Ž Selim would query between sailing adventures. Would you like some tea?Ž my wife Carolyn would ask. If a Turkish person is awake, they want some tea!Ž Nadire would grin back. Now, exactly one year later, they have just arrived in the Lesser Antilles aboard their new dream boat„the very same vessel they consulted us so thoroughly about. They had her custom built in France. She is an Ovni 445 named KEYFI Theyve just crossed the Atlantic without major problem„a life-long dream come true. Now, the shoe is on the other foot„it is I (and we, dear readers) who must showcase our rich, complex Western culture in such a way that it makes sense to them„just as they did so graciously and patiently for us. Yes, it is wonderful to host dear friends again. And, yes, I suppose it is good news that Selim brought his scalpels„ one never knows when a talented surgeon might be needed. But, the best news of all is that Nadire has brought her belly dancing costume as well. ƒ and the Caribbean may never be the same! 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 Sailing Humor Selim brought his scalpels„one never knows when a talented surgeon might be needed. But, the best news of all is that Nadire has brought her belly dancing costume as well.

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 27 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH Charlie often contemplates his “rst offshore passage on his own boat, a 28ft engineless cutter, restored from dereliction and sailed to Bermuda from the Virgin Islands in the mid seventies. The boat was beyond basic but Charlie had learned the rudiments of celestial navigation and wanted to put his skills to practical use. The boat was “tted with a camping gas stove, a car battery for power, a radio direction “nder and a small compass. Charlies self-steering device involved the staysail and a piece of shock cord. His only safety equipment was a piece of line that he would tie around himself, the other end to the backstay. He installed his young girlfriend who had promised to keep him warm on cold evenings … it was the era of if you cant be with the one you love, love the one youre with. Charlies “rst voyage was successful. They picked up the powerful Gibbs Hill light after seven days at sea. Charlie hove to until morning and almost got run down by a cruise ship. In the morning they tacked through the narrow entrance to St Georges Harbour. Charlie was recently asked to bring a boat south from near Annapolis to the Caribbean Islands via Bermuda. The yacht was a 51ft Island Packet; a heavy, full keeled cutter, rigged for ease of handling. She was equipped with a turbo-charged 100hp engine and 300 gallons of diesel. All sails were furling and the staysail was self tacking. A strong hydraulic autopilot did the steering. There were also electric winches for sheets and the nav. station was state-of-theart. There was radar overlaid on the GPS … in color, AIS, two satellite phones (one portable) and full internet capability and TV provided by the two huge boiled eggs mounted on the antenna arch aft. Each crew member was supplied with the very latest self-in”ating PFDs with ”ashing lights and there were two EPIRBs aboard as well as a six-man life raft. Clearly she was a boat “tted out for geriatrics and for that Charlie was not disappointed as the crew were all friends of the owner and sixtyish, one nearer seventy. Charlie was a week late in his intended departure scheduled for the “rst week in November: cause, Hurricane Sandy. Then a front followed Sandy up the coast. Finally they got away on the back of a Norther and the weather was freezing. Out in the Atlantic, three days of reaching took them to within a hundred miles of Bermuda. Then the wind veered east and increased to gale force with seas building to 10ft. If you werent on watch you were horizontal. Charlies mind wandered back 38-years. Cruising was as different as chalk from cheese. Back then he had a pretty little companion to cuddle up with. Now the snoring old geezers did not meet that requirement. But now he was a paid captain and back then he was a footloose and fancy-free sea gypsy. Metamorphosis is a questionable thing, except for caterpillars! Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel.SAILING WITH CHARLIE METAMORPHOSIS

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28 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Racing Circuit From the skippers brie“ng on November 30th to the prize giving on December 2nd it was obvious that the Mango Bowl 2012 Regatta (MBR) will become an established event. After all hadnt it attracted yachts from as far away as Barbados and the massed hordes of the Surprise Class from Martinique to Fair Helenas shores? Unbelievably, this was the regattas inaugural event and one which should put St. Lucia back on a few racing calendars (after a long absence) and give everyone involved bragging rights to the well-attended event.INAUGURAL MANGO BOWL REGATTA HAS THE SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS REPORT AND PHOTOS BY MILTON CROMBAY Hungry looking arent they? Imagine what it was like rounding the buoy, things got really, really busy! Below: Ladies first! Adam Foster, IGYs Marina Manager (far right) with the crew of Blonde Attitude who finished first in the J24 Class

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 29The skippers brie“ng was held at the St. Lucia Yacht Club (SLYC) and free transport picked up sailors whod anchored in the marina and carried them to the Reduit Beach Club every 30 minutes in the pouring rain. So many people attended the skippers brie“ng that it had to be held in the SLYCs squash courts as crews renewed old acquaintances. On Saturday morning the rain disappeared and racing in the “ve-classes (Racing 1 Spinnaker, Cruising 1 Non-Spinnaker, Catamaran Non-Spinnaker, Surprise Class and “nally the J4 Class) began, just a little bit late. A courtesy boat, Endless Summer a huge catamaran, was made available for press and visitors and duly anchored off the buoy near Gros Islet where yachts “nished an upwind beat and began the downwind leg. There were some tense moments at the mark. It looked chaotic with boats spread right across the horizon as the “ve classes waited for their own air-horn start. The Surprise/J24 Class was action packed, especially on day one with seven races in rapid succession. It would have taken a ”otilla of press boats and probably a helicopter to have covered all the races. However, from our anchored position, we were close enough to the action to see just how tight each race was. The red and white hulled GFA Caraibes (Martinique) lead most races and “nished “rst in the Surprise Class. The way the crew rounded the buoy and popped the spinnaker was nothing short of robotic! It was a great performance by a skilled crew. And this was just the “rst day! Sundays calendar began at 8:55am (well, sort of) with the third race for the Racing Class; third race for Cruising 1 Class; third race for Catamaran Class and “nally the seventh race (of three continuous races) for the J24/Surprise Class. The Mango Regatta has something for everyone and it was wonderful to see some of St. Lucias old favorites such as Cider with Rosie and Doubloon back in action along with some beautiful Caribbean traditional wooden boats. It was more of the same with the J24/Surprise Class, as catching GFA Caraibes looked impossible nest pas?Ž as they said along the waterfront. The prize giving took place at the Ocean Club, the only restaurant/bar with a swimming pool in the marina. Island Global Yachting General Manager Adam Foster thanked everyone for a great couple of days and raised three cheers for one of the main organizers of the event Edgar Roe, a member of the Mango Bowl Regatta Committee, whod done such a great job of contacting sponsors and persuading competitors to take part. For a full list of sponsors, competitors and “nishing positions, visit the SLYCs website: http://stluciayachtclub.com

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30 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Voyaging & Seamanship What to do when there is a month-long sea voyage ahead and a young family to keep healthy and well fed? The fresh provisions will only last so long into the voyage so other options have to be sought to stretch out the fresh supplies. The easiest and most vitamin-rich way of doing this is with bean sprouts. With the vastly increased vitamin and mineral content compared to dried provisions, bean sprouts are an easy way to keep the crew healthy. Sprouting mung beans, lentils and other pulses take far less water than having to soak the dried pulses before cooking and the rinsing water used in sprouting can be poured off into the rice or stew. Once they are sprouted, the beans require no cooking and can be eaten raw. The act of sprouting creates Vitamin C, which is missing in dried pulses; increases the all-important B group of Vitamins, Vitamin E and Vitamin A; and the quality and digestibility of the proteins are greatly increased. With the increased energy output in the sprouting process, bean SPROUTING BEANS WHILE ON PASSAGE STORY AND PHOTOS BY KERRY BIDDLE-CHADWICK sprouts turn into one of the super foods. A de“nite plus in a possibly vitamin reduced diet on a long ocean voyage. The easiest way to sprout the seeds is to put just enough into a large jar to cover the bottom. Plastic containers can be used if glass is banned from the boat. Pour in enough water to just cover the seeds and allow them to soak for a few hours or so. Tie a clean piece of gauze or cloth over the top of the jar and pour off the water, draining thoroughly. The gauze will stop the seeds from escaping down the drain. Every morning and evening, top up the jar with water to cover the seeds and then pour off again. Leave the jar tipped over for a few minutes to drain properly. This keeps the seeds damp, but not sitting in water, which will rot the seeds. They will begin to sprout very soon and can be eaten at any stage of the sprouting process. Plan on keeping two lots of sprouts on the go and stagger their start times to ensure a constant supply. For tender, juicy mung bean sprouts, grow them in a dark ITS SUPER EASYPhotos show Mung Beans in their various stages of sprouting

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 31 www.budgetmarine.com Group Buying Power throughout the Caribbean Technically knowledgeable team Broad range of top brands place, and for even more vitamin and mineral value, leave some of the sprouts to carry on growing until the “rst leaves start to appear. Put the jar into a bright spot for a day to turn the leaves green and then use the sprouts. Do not put into direct sun as this will dry them out and turn the tender root tips brown and hard. Any pulse can be sprouted, but some sprout better than others. Large chickpeas should not be left to sprout for too long otherwise they start to go soggy. Use them in a stirfry or salad as soon as the root shoots appear. The smaller mung beans can be left to sprout quite happily right up until the leaf stage. Make sure that the beans and pulses are meant for consumption as often those that are sold for growing have been treated with pesticides. Raw sprouts are great as a high-energy snack when the weather is too rough to cook a good, solid meal and can be used to perk up salads, sandwiches, soups and stir-fries too. Try a few whizzed through a fruit smoothie for an extra boost. Kerry Biddle-Chadwick is a freelance writer who has been writing for Caribbean magazines and online newspapers since 2006.

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32 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Cruising This apology and announcement goes out to cruisers in St. Thomas this winter. If you see a blond woman, rowing a red in”atable dingy, assume she is exercising. Itll save a lot of time and help me keep up my heart rate. We dont have a kayak on board, though its on the list. When we purchased a new, hard-bottom dinghy last year, I discovered that it actually rows very well. Since Im working on getting in shape, Ive added rowing to my weekly exercise program. Its fun; provides an excellent workout for my upper body and abs, and you cant beat the view. Unfortunately, its also unusual. Very unusual. During this seasons “rst row from the Water Island Honeymoon Beach anchorage, “ve people tried to rescue me. There is no hand sign that will stop them from steaming up to the dinghy to see whether I want help. If I wave my hands over my head, forming an X, it can be taken as Help! as well as No, dont come over. An upraised thumb or the OK symbol is too small to see until the rescuers are close and they can ROW, ROW, ROW YOUR BOAT BY BARBARA HART Barbara makes it to the buoy without being rescued! Keeping fit and enjoying the view

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 33 also be interpreted as Great, thanks for the help. Ive tried bending my arms at the elbows and moving them back and forth at my sides as if I were running. In two seasons of rowing, one woman understood I meant Exercising. She still stopped by to make sure I was OK. During the most recent episode, I “rst headed south to the neighboring bay and then turned northeast, with the red buoy as my goal. Shortly after I made my turn, Kirk Bene“el from S/V Ainulindal stopped by to make sure I was safe. Kirk and his wife Donna are friends, and as soon as Donna had noticed me rowing, Kirk lowered their dinghy to offer a tow. I smiled and told him I was rowing on purpose for exercise, and he laughed and said, I “gured there was a 50/50 chance of that,Ž cheerfully returning to his boat and morning coffee. A number of folks live on Water Island and work on mainland St. Thomas. Some travel ashore in their own dinghy, others ride the small ferry from the dock inside of the red buoy. In addition, cruising sailors take their dinghies ashore to Crown Bay Marina for shopping, sightseeing and laundry. Between meeting with Kirk and reaching the red buoy, I watched the birds, waved to cruise ship passengers, and declined help from kind people in three different dinghies. As I reached the buoy, I deftly steered my way around it for the turn back to my hot morning beverage, when two people showed up in a Boston Whaler. You OK?Ž they asked breathlessly. I smiled, nodded, and said, Yes, thank-you. Im just exercising. Sorry to take you out of your way.Ž They smiled and assured me it was no problem. Feeling virtuous, yet vaguely guilty, I returned to La Luna Later that week, EW and I took the M/V Lunah Landah over to the Water Island dinghy dock so we could take a three-mile walk. When we returned to the dock, we met the young couple who had hastened to save me at the buoy. Youre the woman who was rowing,Ž they said. Guilty,Ž I laughed, sorry about that.Ž He assured me that it was no problem, but that I should have heard what the ferry passengers had been saying because they were really worried. He told me that hed tried to rescue me because one of the folks waiting on the dock had exclaimed, Shes going for the buoy. Shes going to hang on to it!Ž I could only shake my head and laugh. Ill keep on rowing for exercise. I have life jackets and a whistle on board if I get into dif“culties. Theres also a motor hanging off the back. Anyone got any ideas how I can let folks know that Im rowing my boat on purpose ? Now sailing the Caribbean, Barbara Hart lived aboard with her husband year-round in Maine for eight years. She has an active blog: www.HartsAtSea.com, sharing what shes learned about living aboard, cruising, and staying married.

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34 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Cruising It was the slowest Ensenada Race on record. There were four of us aboard Seraffyn, the Lyle Hess design Bristol Channel Cutter 28 that gained popularity when its owners Lin and Larry Pardey circumnavigated on a shoestring budget, and wrote books based on their adage go light, go simple, go now. It was 1980, and my “rst husband Tom was enthused about our opportunity to sail with the famous pair. We were $11,000 into building a Sam Morse design Bristol Channel Cutter 28 kit boat. I was already havPHOTOS AND STORY BY ELLEN BIRRELL LESS CAN BE MORE SMALL BOAT CRUISING ing doubts about leaving behind what I had acquired, to circumnavigate in a 28ft boat. Sloshing around in light winds and fog, pressed into a small cockpit, helplessness and nausea overcame me. Humiliated at the thought of attempting the bucket & chuck-it method, even though the Pardeys excused themselves and disappeared below, I couldnt get myself to go. At 03:00, after 15-hours at sea, I couldnt wait to get off the boat, use a conventional bathroom and sit down over a hot meal. Young With his sailing canoe tender disassembled and stowed fore and aft and arsenal of bamboo dinghy rigs secured astern, Hutch makes his goodbye pass through the anchorage at Tyrrel Bay

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38 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Tips & Tricks If you have ever been on a boat that is taking water, a lot of water, then you know the value of a good bilge pump. During my sailing career I have been part of 13man chain gang passing buckets from hand-to-hand on a sinking Dutch barge offshore in the English Channel. And I once sailed a wooden boat alone across the Atlantic that required 22,000 strokes of the pump handle to keep her a”oat. I know the numbers are correct because to keep track of the amount of water coming in, I counted each stroke and made a note in the log. The leak never got any worse and I became very “t during the 3000 mile voyage. Why am I talking about bilge pumps? Well, recently we bought a 30ft cruise/racer and when I checked the electric bilge pump, it was incorrectly wired. If you are going to install an electric bilge pump then sense dictates that it should work automatically as well as manually. The pump in our boat was wired directly to an oversized breaker. Not only was this a “re hazard it meant that when the main battery switch was turned off, the bilge pump was turned off with it. Some electric bilge pumps come with built-in ”oat switches while others require a separate switch. Our pump, a Rule-Mate (RM) 500 with a built-in ”oat switch, has three wires coming out of the top of the unit: black (ground); brown (positive); brown/white (positive). To work in either automatic or manual mode, the positive wires must go to a three…way switch. I chose a Rule 41 switch with a builtin fuse holder and red warning light. The chandlery had a similar switch for half the price. I opened the packet and deemed it half the quality. Most switches and bilge pumps come with simple wiring instructions that are easy to follow. The switch does not include a fuse. The manufacturer recommends a 2.5 amp fuse for the RM 500. Larger pumps call for a larger fuse. Do not exceed the size of fuse recommended by the manufacturer. Something else to bear in mind when “tting an electric pump (or any electrical equipment) is the distance the wires run from the power source. The RM 500 called for 16 gauge wire for a run of 25ft., longer runs call for heavier wire. To BY THE EDITORELECTRIC BILGE PUMPS 101 Bilge pump with built-in float switch PHOTO: OCEANMEDIAA three-way switch for manual or automatic operation

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42 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 DivingHOW TO FIND A GOOD DIVE BUDDYBY BECKY A. BAUER As we wrote in a previous article, solo diving is not widely accepted so divers using a commercial dive operator are forced to buddy up. If a diver is fortunate, his best friend is also a diver, works the same schedule, has the same free time, has the same discretionary income, and is ready to go diving at the drop of a hat. Not many divers have that luxury, so “nding a buddy becomes a major issue. Many of us “nd ourselves traveling alone on a dive trip having no idea with whom we will be diving. A bad dive buddy can turn a dream dive trip into a nightmare while a good buddy makes the trip one to be remembered for a lifetime. The question becomes how to “nd a good buddy amongst strangers. First, avoid cattle boats (commercial dive boats capable of carrying dozens of divers) that assign dive buddies if one arrives alone. Once and only once, out of pure desperation to get in the water after a few months off, this writer lost her mind and got on a cattle boat where I was assigned a buddy. How bad could it be ƒ one dive? It was bad, really bad. He was a go-as-fast-as-you-can diver. Eventually he went missing, so I began running a search pattern. Low and behold, from the far side of the reef where he was not supposed to be, I saw bubbles. Id started in that direction when I noticed he was coming at me like a torpedo with a loaded spear gun and his “nger was on the trigger. No matter which way I went or how much I signaled to put the gun down, the little Lone Ranger kept coming with the spear pointed at my chest. There was nowhere to go but behind a very small coral head. As he came around the bend I snatched the gun away, unloaded it and headed back to the cattle boat with the Lone Ranger in tow. He was not happy that his newly PHOTO CREDIT: BECKY A. BAUER

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 45 Diving found treasure was con“scated and never grasped the idea that he could have killed someone. Secondly, pay attention to body language and attitude. Is that ones hand trembling as he sets up his gear? Is that one fumbling and stealing glances at other divers setting up? Is that one proclaiming loudly that he was a Seal or a Navy diver? Trembling hands likely means the diver is scared. Fumbling with gear while sneaking glances at others gear likely means, I dont have a clue. As for the former Seals and Navy divers, well ƒ how come you put your regulator on your tank backwards? Talking rapidly or high-pitched laughing can also be a clue to a stressed diver who wont make a safe buddy. Another sign of an unsafe diver is “dgeting with his gear once it is set up. Is he constantly checking his air, adjusting straps and weights, is he isolating from other divers, or talking too much? Most importantly, how is he adjusting his dive mask? A good diver rarely if ever readjusts his mask because hes found the sweet spot, however, if the divers tugging at the mask strap to the point its embedded in his skin, then beware. The chances are he will likely panic if water enters his mask. A good diver should be able to dive without a mask in an emergency rather than bolt to the surface in terror. Once in the water, descend slowly and watch the new buddy. Is he still “dgeting with his mask and gear? Is he bobbing to the surface using the excuse that his gear is faulty or he needs another 20lb of lead? Do his eyes look like the proverbial deer in the headlights? Is his pressure gauge rapidly dropping because he is huffing air like a freight train? These are all red ”ags. Finally, whether on a cattle boat or a smaller vessel, remember who pays the bills. Look for the signs listed above. If at all uncomfortable or wary of an assigned dive buddy, take the captain aside and demand another. Dive operators work for divers, and those divers should never be forced to dive with someone who presents a danger. Becky Bauer is a scuba instructor and award-winning journalist covering the marine environment in the Caribbean. She is a contributing photographer to NOAA.

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46 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 TEN TIPS FOR CRUISERS IN THE SAN BLAS ISLANDSSTORY AND PHOTOS BY LIESBET COLLAERT

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 47 Every year, more cruisers leave the comfortable Eastern Caribbean and head west. When waiting for the right weather windows, especially off the Colombian coast, the sail to the Western Caribbean is a breeze with plenty of interesting stops along the way. Once cruisers reach the other side of the Caribbean Sea, they at least spend a few weeks in the marvelous San Blas Islands, or Kuna Yala … as the region is called locally … before transiting the Panama Canal or continuing further north. The San Blas region has become quite popular in recent years … who wouldnt want to sit in idyllic anchorages, surrounded by picturesque palm fringed beaches, while inviting coral reefs are only a swim away? But once you arrive, it is not obvious how you deal with certain parts of the cruising lifestyle, particularly during longer stays. While visiting the unique indigenous Kuna villages, you are courteous, friendly and reserved, but when can you snap a picture? Here are some practical tips about life in Kuna Yala for a boating visitor.1: Check-inChecking into Panama and the San Blas Islands is easier, cheaper ($0.50 for two copies), and more relaxed in Portobelo than in El Porvenir, where extra fees are charged. There is no need to head there straight away, but dont Well-kept Kuna hut and village on Isla Pinos Who looks the coolest? Group photo in Ustupu

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48 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Ten Tips for Cruisers in the San Blas Islands overstay your welcome ƒ For the $193 cruising permit, valid for a year, a bus ride into Colon and a visit to the Port Authority is required.2: Taking PicturesKuna women are colorful, children are smiling and playful, thatched roofed huts are very picturesque and ulus (dugout canoes), with or without sail, are eye catching. In the more traditional eastern part of the archipelago, adults and sometimes even kids dont like their picture taken, but photographing other parts of the village is accepted. Make sure you visit the sahila (chief) in the congreso (biggest hut) to introduce yourself before you start strolling around, and leave before dark. In the busier western part, expect to pay $1 per photograph of adults and always ask permission “rst.3: ProvisioningStock up before you arrive, especially on alcohol, butter and non-poultry. Most villages offer tiny Kuna breads, eggs, canned food and ”our. Fresh produce and chicken are available in Nargana (Rio Diablo) and Wichubhuala. A well-stocked vegetable boat does its rounds in the more popular anchorages and “shermen will occasionally come by with fresh “sh, crabs or lobster. Local entrepreneurs might swing by with eggs, beer, milk or wine. The islands offer thousands of coconuts, high above or just lying about; dont take them, no matter how tempting ... This is Kuna rule #1!4: Gasoline, Diesel and WaterAll of these necessities are available in the San Blas„ if you know where to look„and Nargana is the place to start. Gas and diesel can be bought off a local man (with a decent dinghy dock) on the way to the municipal dock/ bridge. There are three ways to obtain fresh water: Collect rainwater; take the dinghy up the Diablo River for three miles and “ll jerry cans behind the engine-free barrier or stop in Rio Azucar where for $10 you can buy as much water as you want by “lling jerry cans or docking the big boat (extra $5).5: LaundryGo up the Rio Diablo and join the local families doing laundry by hand, leave your dirty clothes with the laundry lady in Nargana or collect well water for the job. A Kuna father accompanied by his two sons and dog sail home after tending to the coconut trees

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 49valid for a month. Intricately sewn molas and other souvenirs are readily available, bargaining is sometimes possible.9: Buy, Trade or Give AwayMany Kunas who visit charter and cruising boats have made it a habit to beg for cokes, cold water, soap, candy (what happens with the wrappers?), baseball caps, magazines and other items. We have been successful in trading desired items for food and molas. Extra tip: have fenders ready and low enough for when your visitors show up in their wooden ulus!10: CommunicationEvery morning at 8:30am the Panama Connection net starts on SSB 8107, where cruisers check in and questions are answered. San Blas cruisers also stand by on VHF channel 72 and they are a helpful bunch. Liesbet Collaert is a former teacher and freelance writer who lives and cruises on S/V Irie with her husband, Mark. Visit: www.itsirie.com Blog: http://xwaters.com/blogs/ liesbets-blog 6: GarbageGarbage procedures are comparable to long voyages: Recycle as much as you can. Food scraps go overboard (at night), aluminum cans are welcomed by visiting Kunas, who sell them to the Colombian trading boats, glass is smashed and cans are opened at either end; both are sunk offshore in deep water. Paper follows suit or is burnt below the high water mark along with plastic. Other trash is stored until it can be discarded properly on the mainland. Never give your garbage to the Kuna Indians.7: InternetWiFi is non-existent in Kuna Yala. The way to get online is by obtaining a dongle before arrival; buying a Digicel SIMcard (possible in Ustupu), Digicel phone cards (possible in every village) and a cell phone (sometimes possible in Nargana), put minutes on the SIM-card and use their terrible 2G cell phone network. There is an internet caf in the Lemmon Cays, where you can plug in your own laptop.8: CostLocal food is affordable. Villages in the eastern San Blas charge up to a $10 anchoring fee in return for a receipt that is Ulus (dugout canoes) in Ustupu, the biggest town in Kuna Yala with Irie and mainland Panama in the background

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50 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Jamaica SYDELLE GIFFORD BY SABA IGBE Sydelle Gifford has been a boat captain with Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours since 2011, but water has always been part of her life. As a child, her parents owned a water sports business on the beach in Negril. When the business shut down in the 1990s, she became involved in scuba diving, water skiing and parasailing. As a child, she started sailing as a hobby and later this grew into a job opportunity. Now in command of the 65ft catamaran Kool Kat Kelly Gifford is Jamaicas “rst ever female boat captain. Giffords hometown of Negril, a resort on Jamaicas east coast, is a tourist friendly area that she remembers as a good place to grow up.Ž Although there isnt much yachting in Negril, there are lots of other water sports in which locals and tourists can get involved. Gifford says she wouldnt be a boat captain today if she hadnt been raised in Negril. Like many residents of the town, Gifford worked at various hotels and resorts before joining Island Routes. Her JAMAICAS FIRST FEMALE BOAT CAPTAIN Captain Sydelle Gifford with First Mate Jason Powell Kool Kat Kelly

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 53 Puerto Rico Plenty of racing and parties spelled loads of fun at the Discover the Caribbean Series, hosted November 9th to 11th out of Puerto Ricos Ponce Yacht & Fishing Club. Sergio Sagramoso, driving his J/122 Lazy Dog won the CSA Racing Division with eight “rst place bullets in ten races, over Jaime Torres at the helm of his brand new Melges 32, Smile and Wave It was fun competing against a new boat which Jaime and his crew was still learning how to race,Ž says Sagramoso. The winds were light all weekend, always below 15 knots. Thing could have been very different had the wind hovered around 15 or more, as the Melges would have planed its way to certain victory. In sub-planing conditions it was still quite tight even though the results might show otherwise.Ž In the One-Design IC24 Class, Marco Teixidor aboard Cachondo beat Alejandro Berrios driving Orion by seven points in 13 races on short windward-leeward courses. Its been a while since Alejandro skippered a boat in competition but he has always been a solid sailor,Ž says Teixidor. We got off to a good start on day one, but continued to improve throughout the weekend, especially our boat speed and boat-handling. I think what led to our win was the starts. We got off the line with speed and played DISCOVER THE CARIBBEAN SERIESBY CAROL M. BAREUTHERMANY WINNERS IN PUERTO RICO the middle of the course well. Once we were in front, it was just a matter of consolidating our lead.Ž Carlos Feliciano sailed to the top of the one-design J/24 class aboard his El Pavo Asado with a close two-point lead over Jose Fullanas KQ-LO who won this class last year. We were in second and behind by four points the “rst day, then in “rst by one point on the second day,Ž says Feliciano. By the third day, I had the option of not racing the last race and I was still in “rst place. I had new crew this year that led me to win; better tactics.Ž In the Cruising Class, Jerome ONeill aboard his J/39, Crystal led with a commanding lead. Excellent light wind boat handling was the secret to ONeill and his crews success. We led on day one by four points and consolidated that lead on day two with four bullets,Ž he says. Day three was our worst despite having excellent starts, yet the feeling on the boat was that we had cleaned up with six “rsts in 11 races. Our biggest challengers were the two J/30s, ONC 2 C and Joda 30 who battled it out for second and third.Ž Jib & Main Class was almost a One-Design Hunter 216 class with four of six boats of this model taking part for the “rst time. Angel Davila won aboard his Guango by a close three point spread over Joel Santiagos Pura Vida The IC24 Cachondo with Marco Teixidor at the helm, leads Jaime Torres and his new Melges 32 Smile and Wave towards the mark

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 55 Puerto Rico  Pura Vida had a very experienced crew and in one race we beat them by one second,Ž says Davila. I think that my consistency and the years with the Don Q Racing Team as tactician helped me to win. One trick was to “nish all the courses downwind. The Chalanas Class saw Steven Negrons La Rosa win the 24-foot class, while Javier Maldonados Piolin championed the 28-footers. The following weekend, the Discover the Caribbean Dinghy Regatta took place with over 20 sailors from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands racing in Optimists, Lasers and Sun“sh. Ricardo Valenzuela led the Optimists, Juan Carlos Perdomo the Lasers and Jose Nigaglioni the Sun“sh. The wind was light all weekend and what could only keep you safe in these conditions was to make good starts and maintain boat speed,Ž says Nigaglioni. My concentration and discipline during the weekend gave me the victory.Ž For full results, visit: www.yachtscoring.com/ emenu.cfm?eID=647 or www.discoverpyfc.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Discover the Caribbean Dinghy Regatta featured Lasers, Optimists and Sunfish

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 572012 ST. THOMAS FALL VICL CHARTER YACHT SHOW BY ALL AT SEA FOOD COLUMNIST JAN ROBINSON United States Virgin Islands Made beautiful by crews rising before dawn and working late into the evening, the yachts on display at the 2012 Virgin Islands Charter Yacht Show, held at St. Thomas Yacht Haven Grande Marina, were certainly the cream of the crop, bedazzling visitors and media partners alike with their pristine bright work, guest amenities and sincere hospitality. While hard-working crew took care of the visuals, below decks, away from the gaze of show-goers, chefs prepared for the Hors doeuvres & Appetizer Culinary Competition. No mean feat when the boat has recently arrived on the dock and already you have contributed to the topside sparkle in order to please the brokers. HORS DOEUVRES & APPETIZER CULINARY COMPETITION 1: Michael Zaro, S/V Feel the Magic 2: Audrey Harper, S/V Flow 3: Grassa Liesenberg, S/V Rocketeer 3 (shared): Debbie Dickens, S/V Secret Oasis HORS DOEUVRES AND APPETIZER CULINARY COMPETITION Top chefs (from left): Grassa Liesenberg; Audrey Harper; Michaele Zazo and Debbie Dickens

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58 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 United States Virgin Islands Holding the competition on the “rst day of the show added to the pressure but the chefs came through with ”ying colors and an amazing display of creative and delicious dishes. So high were the standards set by the chefs that the judges scores were incredibly close. All the dishes were of a high standard, however, special congratulations went to overall winner Michaele Zazo of the S/V Feel the Magic who was not only top chef; this was her very “rst culinary contest. Born in Denver, Colorado, Zaro attended college in Dallas, Texas. In 2005 she met Michael Hampton, and sharing their love of sailing, they chartered in the Caribbean several times on different yachts. Having decided to combine sailing with Zaros passion for cooking, they bought a yacht and went into the charter business. Zaro says she entered the culinary hors doeuvres contest not only to show how she can cook, but how wines can compliment the food. As a certi“ed Sommelier, pairing wines with food is something she enjoys very much. Zaros winning dish was a delicious Ahi Poke Tuna Stack (see recipe). The Virgin Islands Charter League (VICL), organizers of the popular Virgin Islands Charter Yacht Show, said that to put on the event takes a collective effort on behalf Second place Audrey Harper from the catamaran Flow

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60 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 United States Virgin Islands of the local business community and thanked them for their invaluable support throughout the year. The organizers also thanked the judges: Darcy Ryan of Dionysus Wines; Andrea Lynes of the St. Thomas Restaurant Group; Kevin Jonas of Main Sail Yacht Charters; Sarah Sabastian of Nicholson Charters, and Jan Robinson, a judge and Culinary Contest Coordinator. All had the dif“cult job of selecting the winners. All At Sea Magazine is a proud sponsor of the competition along with Yacht Haven Grande Marina; Ship to Shore Cookbooks; Dionysus Wines; Gourmet Gallery; St. Thomas Restaurant Group; Hunter Foods; Virgin Islands Coffee Roast; Aqua Action Dive Center; and Magic Ice. Capt. Jan Robinsons Ship to Shore Cookbook Collection is available at your local marine or bookstore. Visit www. shiptoshoreINC.com email CapJan@aol.com Tel: 704-2776521. Dont miss the new cookbook added to Jans collection: DINING ON DECK Chef: Micheale Zazo Yacht: Feel the Magic CRAB SALAD: 4 oz crabmeat, specialŽ or claw meat 1 Tbsp lemon-old bay aioli 1 tsp “nely chopped scallion Kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste Mix together all the above ingredients and refrigerate until ready to use. MANGO-PINEAPPLE SALSA: 1 Tbsp diced mango 1 Tbsp diced fresh pineapple 1 tsp chopped scallion 1 tsp red bell pepper, small dice 1 tsp yellow bell pepper, small dice 1 tsp cilantro, chopped jalapeno, seeds removed and diced 1 tsp cider vinegar 1 tsp olive oil 1 tsp toasted sesame seeds Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper to taste Combine above ingredients, toss well and refrigerate until ready to use. AVOCADO MASH: ripe avocado, diced 1 Tbsp “nely diced red onion Juice from half of a lime jalapeno, seeds removed and diced “ne Kosher salt & fresh ground black pepper to taste Place diced avocado in bowl; add all remaining ingredients. Mash with a fork until the consistency of guacamole. AHI POKE: 2 oz sushi grade Ahi tuna, cut into cubes clove of garlic, minced tsp minced ginger tsp Sriracha sauce tsp salt tsp sesame oil 1 Tbsp soy sauce 2 tsp sesame seeds, toasted Mix all items and marinate tuna for 1 hour in the refrigerator. To assemble the stack: Using a ring mold of approximately 3Ž in diameter by 5Ž high, spray the inside with cooking spray. Spoon the Avocado mash into the bottom of the mold, top with Ahi Poke, Crab Salad and then Mango-Pineapple salsa. Refrigerate for 2 hours, serve on a chilled plate. Garnish with sliced cucumber, sweet chili sauce, chive oil, sprinkles of caviar and fried won ton chips. Recommended Wine Pairing: 2010 Hook & Ladder (Sonoma County) Gewrztraminer AHI POKE TUNA STACK THE WINNING RECIPE

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62 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 British Virgin Islands Mother Nature played a decisive role in the 11th Pete Sheals Memorial Match Race, hosted by the Royal BVI Yacht Club on December 1st … 2nd. Eight teams from six nations waited in vain for the winds to “ll in on the second day of the event, sanctioned as the Caribbean Match Racing Championship. Thus, the USVIs Peter Holmbergs 7-0 score during the “rst days round robin earned him the title. The BVIs Colin Rathbun “nished in second place and Puerto Ricos Marco Teixidor third. This was our “rst event in two years so we used it as a training session to get our team back in form,Ž explains Holmberg, formerly the top ranked match racer in the world and an Olympic Silver Medalist who sailed with Maurice Kurg on main and tactics, Morgan Avery on trim and Ben Beer on bow. The racing went well and we slowly got better as the event went on. The winds were a spotty “ve to ten knots so it was not just match racing, but also sailing well and “nding the best wind.Ž Holmberg won this event last year and in doing so put an end to the BVIs Colin Rathbuns record four-year winning streak. Both Holmberg and Rathbun quali“ed for the semi“nals, yet didnt get to do battle due to lack of wind. We knew what to expect out of ourselves after racing so many times with each other,Ž explains Rathbun, who sets up match racing practices aboard Lasers throughout the year and avidly watches televised World Match Racing Tour events for tactical tips. We were pretty calm and collected.Ž Third place “nisher, Puerto Ricos Teixidor, is an experienced sailor and team racer from his college sailing days at Georgetown University. However, he is new to match racing and only started sailing IC24s at the 2012 International Rolex Regatta. It took us a couple of matches to really get into the match racing mindset,Ž says Teixidor, who adds that the interest in match racing is growing in Puerto Rico. Our boat handling also improved throughout the day, which is crucial in such a short course and having internationally ranked teams made this event very competitive. Most of the teams were evenly matched, which made for some intense racing. Our success came from having good starts and avoiding penalties.Ž In other scores, Perus Juan Mauri “nished 4th, the USAs David Storrs 5th and David Niemann 6th, St. Maartens Frits Bus 7th and the USVIs Thomas Walden 8th. Fourteen-year-old Walden won the Spirit and Enthusiasm award. This was his “rst match racing event. The event is named in memory of Pete Sheals, who moved to the BVI from Ireland in 1999, was an avid and competitive sailor and died tragically in 2001. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. HOLMBERG WINS PETE SHEALS MEMORIAL MATCH RACE BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Peter Holmberg (left) racing to victoryPHOTO COURTESY OF DICK SCHOONOVER

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64 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 British Virgin IslandsGUSTAV WILMERDING MEMORIAL CHALLENGE Reba/Team Red Stripe wins the Gustav Wilmerding Memorial Challenge Regatta, taking them one step closer to winning the Goslings Series. The BVIs West End Yacht Club (WEYC) has immortalized a Danish pirates legendary partying ways in the 22nd Gustav Wilmerding Memorial Challenge Regatta. Raced December 1st out of Tortolas Nanny Cay Marina, there was certainly an Aaaarrrrgggghhhh!Ž to be heard aboard Kevin Rowlettes Olson 30, Rushin Rowlette when Jon Charltons C&C 41, Reba/Team Red Stripe beat them by 24 seconds and in so doing gained a four point lead over Rowlette in the six-event Goslings Regatta Series. Eight yachts competed in this pursuit-style race handicapped by the PHRF system. A new spectator-friendly course included a beat and two nice spinnaker legs. BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Reba/Team Red Stripe lead Rushin Rowlette to the finish line Crew of Reba/Team Red Stripe on stage during the awards ceremony

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 65 We like to go to weather and the “rst two legs of the race allowed us to get a decent lead on the ”eet,Ž explains Reba/Team Red Stripe s Charlton. After rounding Deadmans Chest we had a good set and carried our spinnaker down the next leg, extending our lead a bit, particularly on Kevin. On the next leg back up to Pelican, we held our own with Kevin, but on the rounding of Pelican, we lost some time, as Kevin entered the rounding on a good lift.Ž On the last leg to the “nish line it got very interesting notes Charlton. It was a close reach and we did not really want to put a spinnaker up. After a few minutes, it became apparent that Kevin was going to try to ”y a chute, so I asked our crew to prepare to do the same. Kevin was successfully carrying his chute and was now gaining on us.Ž The two big questions in Charltons mind at this time were whether he could get to the “nish before Rowlette without a spinnaker and if he could actually carry a chute to the “nish line. Rowlette was moving in so fast that it forced Charltons hand. He sailed a bit higher than course to get the boat to windward of Rowlette and then set the spinnaker. Charltons Reba/Team Red Stripe ended up barely carrying the chute while dragging the main all the way to the “nish and beating Rushin Rowlette by 24 seconds. We had a great battle with Reba ,Ž says Rowlette. They sailed a great race, no doubt due to their veteran tactician Eddie Brockbank.Ž In other scores, Diva “nished 3rd, Rascal 4th, Girasoli 5th, Wicked Winch 6th, Wild”ower 7th and Ginger 8th. The Goslings Regatta Series, which started with Foxys Wooden Boat Regatta last May, ends with the Darkn Stormy Regatta March 8th to 11th. This classic three-day event is held over the Commonwealth holiday weekend and features a race to Anegada the “rst day, beach games and lobster barbecue the second, and a pursuit race back to Tortola on the third. We look forward to getting a few points back in the next couple of races,Ž says Rowlette. The Goslings Regatta Series is a great concept to encourage participation in club events that are struggling for entries throughout the region.Ž For more information on WEYC event and the Goslings Regatta Series, Email: martin@sailsistership.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. The Goslings Regatta Series is a great concept to encourage participation in club events that are struggling for entries throughout the region.Ž

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 67LA COURSE DE LALLIANCE BY GARY E. BROWNSt. Maarten / St. MartinSINT MAARTEN … SAINT BARTH … ANGUILLA Organized by the St. Maarten Yacht Club (SMYC) for the “rst time in its nine year history, La Course de LAlliance, sailed in late November, was an outstanding success and added one more regatta to the clubs already impressive list of sailing events. The regatta is unique in that boats make overnight stops in St. Barths and Anguilla before racing back to Dutch St. Maarten. Nineteen boats in three classes jockeyed for positions at the start of leg one in Simpson Bay as Race Of“cer Paul Miller got the regatta under way in light winds. From the beginning, interest focused on the racing class where four Melges (three 24s and a 32) One Design sports boats went hull to hull. After three races the Melges 32 Kick em Jenny 2 owned by Sint Maarten Yacht Club Commodore Ian Hope-Ross, drove a wedge between the two Melges 24s of eventual class winner Frits Bus and Coors Light and third place “nisher Andrea Scarabellis Team Budget Marine Still learning the ropes on his new Melges 32, Hope-Ross said conditions were light and variable but much better than predicted. We were only becalmed once for less than ten minutes.Ž He added, We were very pleased with the new boat, and realize that there is a long way to go to realize the speed potential, but we saw ”ashes of speed that encouraged us tremendously.Ž With light winds on day two, the race of“cer decided to start the race from Isle Fourche. For the race to Anguilla, competitors were given the option of passing either side of St. Maarten. Bus was one of the skippers who chose to sail east of the island, a move that paid off and saw Team Coors Light sipping drinks ashore long before the arrival of the next boat. Racing Class overall winner Team Coors Light rounds the Proselyte Reef buoy on the way to St. BarthPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA For the race to Anguilla, competitors were given the option of passing either side of St. Maarten.

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 69and third overall, respectively. The SMYC are looking to build on this event. This was a thoroughly enjoyable regatta that brought out the best in planning and co-operation between the volunteers and the associated yacht clubs in St. Maarten and St. Barth and the Anguilla Sailing Association,Ž Hope-Ross said. Later, Bus shared his thought on the growing number of Melges 24s competing around the region. He said that now, with “ve Melges entering local regattas, we have a great “eld and this makes them like one-design regattas, which is the best racing. I hope this initiative will attract other sailors and bring more Melges to the bigger regattas where the racing would be even more exciting. One-design is close racing that really shows who are the best sailors and teams.Ž For full results, visit: www.coursedelalliance.com Gary E. Brown is the Editorial Director of All At Sea He is a presenter on Island 92, 91.9 FM, St. Maarten, and the author of the thriller/sailing adventure Caribbean High For more information visit: garyebrown.net St. Maarten / St. Martin Explaining his choice of tactics, Bus said that in light air it is never very smart to pass under an island in the lee as you have a very big chance of getting caught in areas of no wind.Ž He noted that from Isle Fourche they had a strong current running with them, and this was something they had worked out before the start. In Cruising Class, veteran St. Maarten yachtsman Bobby Velasquez, sailing his Beneteau 45F5 LEsperance decided to take a gamble and pass St Maarten to the west. The decision put Velasquez more than eight minutes behind Saturdays race winner (and eventual overall class winner) Bel Aurora and possibly cost him the title. Serious partying on Saturday night in Anguilla led to a slow start on Sunday. For this reason, the race of“cer put in a downwind start, using the red channel marker in Road Bay to make it easier for everyone. Seven multihulls sped around the three courses. Predictably, the ultra fast, photogenic, ex Route de Rhum trimaran Dauphin Telecom took the overall class win, scoring two bullets and a third place. Petro Jonkers catamaran, Quality Time and the trimaran Lagoonies Triumph “nished second PHOTO: OCEANMEDIABel Aurora heads out of Simpson Bay

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70 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 St. Maarten / St. Martin MISSION FOR MEXICO BY ROBERT LUCKOCK Small in stature, big on heart, would be a “tting way to describe Galia Moss, the Mexican sailor currently on a solo east to west circumnavigation of Latin America„Mexico to Mexico„to be exact. The sailor stopped over in St. Maarten on November 21st for rest, repairs to the boom of her brand new RM Yachts 10.6 metre (35ft) El Mas Mejor (The Very Best) and replacement of a water pump. It was her “rst stop since departing Xcaret, Cancun, on November 6th 2012 and a bumpy, sleep-deprived “fteen days in the Caribbean Sea that she admits wasnt fun.Ž Galia, 38, is on a sponsored project to provide education for Mexican children and help rebuild schools. Sponsors Fundacion ARS, HSBC, and Lazos under the umbrella of Association Solo Levanta La Mano are “nancing a year of eduSOLO SAILOR GALIA MOSS CIRCUMNAVIGATES LATIN AMERICA IN AID OF MEXICAN CHILDREN Galia Moss at Simpson Bay Marina, St. Maarten PHOTO: BY ROBERT LUCKOCK cation for a child. For each “ve nautical miles sailed by Galia one child is sponsored, and for 1,813 miles sailed a school is rebuilt. The aim of the voyage is to sponsor a year of educa-

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72 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 St. Maarten / St. Martin solo sailing though she concedes racing wasnt for her. I dont consider myself a racing person but I did learn a lot,Ž she recalls. El Mas Mejor is a delight to behold; apparently easy to sail with a design that has lots of space and headroom below deck and its equipped with all the latest gadgetry. The addition of the cabins large jet-style windows gives 360 degree visibility. She has twin keels and a rudder and has more of a ”at bottom,Ž Galia explains. Its a plywood and epoxy construction with a Kevlar “nish so shes very strong and stable for going south. Not very fast up wind but shes fast on reaches.Ž During lonely rough passages Galia reminds herself that every mile sailed is for a good cause. Before I left, the foundation Lazos gave me a bag of 600 letters to read from children all over Mexico. That helps so much to keep you going. Its amazing that so many kids have not even seen an ocean.Ž For more information about Galias voyage and projects and to read her daily blog, visit: www.galiamoss.org 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. tion each for 14, 500 children and build eight schools. Her voyage will clock up 14,500 nautical miles with 14 visits to ports and marinas during 170 days of solo sailing. She expects to “nish in May 2013. Along the way she is promoting Mexico and her eleven sponsors in Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, and the Galapagos. At each port of call she organises press conferences at the embassies and gives talks. Working on the boat and working on land. Its not a vacation,Ž she says ruefully. Galia has something of a reputation among her sponsors for reliability and results. This is now her third solo project, the previous two linked to achieving the building of 644 homes for low income Mexican families and nutritional packages for 708 children to last two-and-a-half years. Her sailing career began at 24-years-old when she put a promising future as a classical musician on hold to take part in a tall ship training programme. She was also inspired by the American sailor Tania Aebis around the world voyage and account of her experience in the book Maiden Voyage. Seven years later Galia became the “rst Latin American woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean solo and when she completes the circumnavigation of Latin America next year shell be the “rst Mexican woman to do so single handed. Racing in the Mediterranean on Mini Transat boats and J24s on the lakes helped hone her skills and con“dence for &$$&45 #?(,../:#'*5&$$%6%&&47*&-8)9&$$&45&%8&$&::$*; %;<=&-&>-<33?*33?*);@32%&<3&$)&$$&458&%&5)5%2$%&5:774$2

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 75DOMINICA STORY AND PHOTOS BY DEVI SHARPDominicaA NATURAL HIKING DESTINATION Dominica is an emerald gem of an island nestled between Guadeloupe and Martinique, in the Leeward Islands. This steep island is the youngest of the Caribbean Islands with several peaks over 4,000ft. Dominicas greatest attractions are its pristine forests, waterfalls, great hikes, spectacular snorkeling and incredibly friendly people. Dominica offers you the opportunity to step off your boat, stretch your sea legs and explore this spectacular island. You can base your explorations out of Portsmouth or Roseau, but transportation will take a lot of your precious time so, if you can, spend some time in each area and hike the nearby trails. The people of Dominica have realized that they have a natural treasure and they take tourism and hiking seriously. The cross island Waitukubuli National Trail is approximately 115 miles (184km) in length and is divided into 14 segments. The trailheads are near rural communities and the trail segments vary in levels of dif“culty. Some of the trails are on old plantation roads and others are paths cut by the Caribs (Kalinago), the “rst indigenous people. You can access several portions of the Waitukubuli trail from Portsmouth. Section 13 of this trail, from Capuchin to Penville (Pennville), can be accessed by taking a bus from Portsmouth to Capuchin and getting off at end of the road and The hike to Boiling Lake is strenuous, but spectacular

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76 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 the tour through the garden with Moses explaining how he used each plant and herb. Serious hikers can consider Boiling Lake in the south end and Morne Diablotin in the north central part of the island. Both are long day hikes that usually require a guide, good hiking shoes and sea legs that have been up and down hills recently. These are spectacular hikes, but are strenuous. On day hikes I carry plenty of water, sun protection, a rain jacket and basic “rst aid kit. On two occasions my husband has repaired hiking foot wear with duct tape … so that is an essential on our list. I use a walking stick on steep hikes and I “nd that it saves my knees. It is always best to take your walks early in the morning when it is cooler. Dont forget to greet people on the trail. Half the fun of hiking is meeting people along the way. Devi Sharp is a retired wildlife biologist and is exploring the Caribbean with her husband, Hunter, on their sailboat Arctic Tern Dominica walking until you see the sign for the trail. You can get a bus back to Portsmouth. You can walk to the trailheads for sections 11 and 12 from Portsmouth. From the anchorage in Portsmouth it is a short walk to Cabrits National Park. The trails are well maintained and some of the fort has been renovated. The trail up the East Cabrit will give you a good view of the harbor and on a clear day the West Cabrit view will reward you with a view of the Isle des Saintes (Guadeloupe). Cabrits is part of the National Park system and you will need to pay a small fee. Another favorite hike in the north end of the island is Chaudire Pool. From Portsmouth take the bus to Bense and let the driver know that you want to be let off at the end where there are signs to the Chaudire pool. At the southern end of the island, Sea Cat or Pancho (see sidebar) can provide transportation and guide you on several local hikes. A popular south end hike is to Victoria Falls, where you can stop at Moses house for a delicious Rastafarian (vegetarian) lunch after the hike. I really enjoyed Chaudire Pool is cool, clear and very refreshing

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 77 PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Association of Yacht Security (PAYS) boatmen can help you with any logistical need, such as guiding a hike, re“lling propane or getting laundry done. Ask a boatman for his PAYS identi“cation. Martin Carriere (goes by the boat name Providence) loves to hike and will guide you. ROSEAU: All of the guides can be contacted on VHF channel 16. Sea Cat is a hiking guide who has moorings near his house, with dingy dock and water. Phone: 1767.245.0507 or 1767.448.8954. Pancho is a boatman and hiking guide. Phone: 1767.235.3698 or 767.448. Roots is a boatman and can help arrange tours. Phone number: 767.315.6446. Waitukubuli trail brochure: http://agriculture.gov. dm/trail RESOURCES The Waitukubuli is well marked in most segments Panama panama@marinewarehouse.net Curaao curacao@marinewarehouse.net Miami 305 635 0776 usa@marinewarehouse.net Trinidad Tardieu Marine, Chaguaramas 868 634 4150 tt@marinewarehouse.net INTL ORDERS sales@marinewarehouse.net We save you $$$ by consolidating your orders. Weekly Ocean Freight @ Affordable Rates! www.marinewarehouse.net

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78 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 St. LuciaARC 2012BY CHRISTY RECAIITHE FAST AND FURRY For the 27th Atlantic Rally for Cruisers the talk on the dock in Rodney Bay, St. Lucia, was the weather, the speed and a golden retriever! Yes, you read right, a golden retriever. From the of“cial start on November 25th 2012, when the boats left Las Palmas de Grand Caneria, the weather played a major role causing the start of the cruising division to be delayed by two days. Since the “rst ARC in 1986, this is only the second time that ARC of“cials have delay the start, the last time was in 1989. A total of 226 boats and 1269 people, the majority of them family cruisers, took part in the 2700 nautical mile rally that “nished in Rodney Bay Marina, Saint Lucia. Vaquita a Class 40, competing in the RORC IRC Racing Division, was the “rst to cross the line in just over 12 days. This ARC was the teams third consecutive year racing. Skippered by Christof Petter, Vaquita s crew included Andreas Hanakamp, former Team Russia Volvo Ocean Race skipper and two times Olympic star. The 40ft yacht sailed a northerly route from Gran Canaria and reached speeds of up to 25 knots during the crossing. Speaking at the ARC Village, organizer Andrew Bishop, Managing Director of World Cruising Club, said: Winds PHOTO: WCC/JAMESMITCHELL.EU PHOTO COURTESY OF ONBOARDNEXTLIFE.BLOGSPOT.COM

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 79 have been much stronger than usual and crossing times were much quicker and so a large number of cruising boats have arrived within 15 and 16 days, whereas normally it would take 17 and 18 days.Ž The current ARC record is 11 days, 5 hours, 32 minutes and 30 seconds, held by Italian maxi yacht Capricorno (Rinaldo Del Bono) and set during 2006. This years marked increase in speed came at a price. A fast passage is also a tough passage and many crews said the weather took its toll and vessels suffered ripped sails, damaged spinnakers and broken booms. Although sailing across the Atlantic Ocean in the ARC may be every sailors dream, apparently, it is every dog and cats dream too. Skippered by Rolf Oetter, the Canadian boat Next Life a Lagoon 450 catamaran, took 15 days to arrive in St. Lucia with a crew of “ve, plus Sparkles the cat, and Chester, a golden retriever. Sparkles may go unnoticed except for when he is hungry, however, standing on the Next Life (CAN) and Intrepid Bear (GBR) at the start in Las Palmas. Inset: After crossing the Atlantic, Chester and Sparkles receive a cuddle from Silka and Captain Rolf Oetter

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80 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 dock waiting to go on board I received a warm welcome from Chester who ran and leapt on me. By this, you can tell Chester was quite a handful to sail with. Chesters owner, Silke Sommerfeld, who does not consider herself a sailor, said: Im what you could call a nice weather and no waves cruiser. So, why am I crossing the Atlantic? Well, because of my dog, Chester. Somebody had to make sure he was going to be “ne. Right? And ”ying didnt come up as an option ... at least not for the dog.Ž While the damage to Next Life included an exploded spinnaker block and problems with the main sail, they found one of their biggest challenges was sailing with pets, or at least the bureaucracy and documentation involved for an agile dog like Chester who wanted to leave the boat to enjoy the sandy beaches. Sommer“eld says she used Pettravel.com to source information on what was required by the various countries they intended to visit while travelling with their pets. Next, Chester and his owners will be heading to The Bahamas and then Florida before ”ying home to Canada. This will mark one year since they last lived on land and Silke says she would not have been able to bear leaving Chester for the year. The 27th ARC proves that crossing the Atlantic is no walk in the park for sailors and cruisers, but was exactly that for Chester the dog. Christy Recaii is a journalist based in Saint Lucia who has a passion for sailing. She is a Hunter College graduate with a BA in Media Studies. You can “nd her either on the water or the docks seeking out the next marine scoop. Email: sailing onthebrain@gmail.com St. Lucia Crew of Vaquita celebrate at the finish in Saint LuciaPHOTO COURTESY OF THE ARC 2012 Chester, Silka and Sparkles on board Next Life in the Rodney Bay Marina, Saint Lucia PHOTO: CHRISTY RECAII

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82 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Barbados SAILORS IN THE NEWS BY CAROL M. BAREUTHERPETER WIPERS HOAD OF BARBADOS Sailing is in the blood of accomplished racing and cruising yachtsman, Peter Hoad, whose family roots stretch back over 200-years in Barbados. On my fathers side they are all sailors. My grandfather was paid to race boats for the rich. He built his own boats and sails. All of my uncles and my father sail,Ž Hoad explains. I started sailing at age six, bailing for my grandfather in his Star. I love sailing. Its one of the most rewarding sports when racing, and on the other side, nothing can beat cruising. Its hard to explain, but that peace that comes over you, when there is no land in sight and its all you, is amazing.Ž Hoad has enjoyed sailing both as a vocation and recreation. He was 20-years-old when he landed a three-month contract to deliver a boat from Maryland to Miami. He didnt return to the Caribbean for four years and it was during this time that he sailed from Rhode Island to the Bahamas and got the cruising bug. Prior to this, he was bitten by the racing bug. Hoad represented Barbados in Sun“sh and Toppers for six years, “nishing second in Sun“sh at the 1996 Caribbean Dinghy Championships and winning the Topper class Peter Hoad during the Around Barbados Race Peter Hoad

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 83 in the Barbados Sailing Association regattas from 1995 to 1997. He then started racing with Ralph Johnson aboard his Beneteau First 10, Bruggadung cleaning up on prizes and trophies all over the Windwards. Hoads prowess later saw him tapped by Mt. Gay to serve as helmsman for an all-girls sailing team. It was back in 1999, during his dinghy racing days, that Hoad started teaching sailing, studying coaching and judging. He founded the Barbados Optimist Dinghy Association (BODA) with the mission of spreading the joy of sailing to kids. Six years later he bought his “rst J/24, Jabulani and then a second, Paddington, in 2006.  Jabulani was named by girlfriend at the time and is a South African word meaning happy and festive,Ž Hoad tells.  Paddington named for the bear, was based in Carriacou and St. Lucia for a long time before making it home to Barbados.Ž In 2006, Hoad started U-SAIL Barbados, a company that offers J/24s for rent, cruisers for hire and learn to sail classes. A year later, Hoad became one of the founding members of the Barbados J/24 Club. We are up to 16 J/24s now with talk of more coming,Ž Hoad says. There are a series of 12 races during the year that add up to the J/24 of the Year award. The two biggest regattas here in Barbados are the Mt. Gay Regatta and the Sail for Charity Regatta, both are held on the south coast along a boardwalk where there is great viewing for spectators.Ž Hoad has won a number of regattas sailing his J/24s. Most recently, he tied for “rst in the J/24 Class at the 2009 Tobago Carnival Regatta, “nished third in the single-handed Round the Island race at the 2010 Bequia Easter Regatta, and most spectacularly set the single-handed record of 9 hours, 49 minutes and 58 seconds in the 76th Mount Gay Rum Round Barbados Race in January. Currently, Hoad is working as a charter captain for Tiami Catamaran Charters and training for the next Mt. Gay Rum Round Barbados Race. He also wants to complete a fundraising sail for cancer. The plan is to sail single-handed from Barbados round Grenada to starboard then St. Lucia to starboard and back to Barbados,Ž he explains. Finally, many people know Hoad best by his nickname, Wipers. This he earned not sailing, but instead when racing cars. The wipers broke down and I jumped on the bonnet and wiped the windshield for the driver,Ž he says. Its stuck.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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88 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 CaribbeanSeaAtlanticOceanBahamas Curaao Bonaire Aruba Turks & Caicos Islands Great Inagua Island MayaguanaIsland RumCay SanSalvador CatIsland EleutheraIsland AbacoIsland New Providence Andros Island Grand Bahama I. CrookedIsland LongIsland LongCay Great Exuma Acklins Island GrandCayman LittleCayman CaymanBrac Cayman Islands Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe s kitos St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda Antigua Puerto Rico Jamaica Haiti Dominican Republic Cuba Florida, USA Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 1 Freeport, Grand Bahama. Enjoy panoramic sea views from this pretty 2 BR 1 BA beachfront condo. Located 6 minutes from Freeport and the Grand Bahama International Airport and 5 miles from the restaurants and shops of Port Lucas, this second ”oor condo has been recently renovated with brand new hurricane resistant windows and doors and furnished with top quality furniture and “ttings including a full-size stackable washer and dryer. Price: US $175,000 STEWART ANDREWS, Caribbean Land & Property consultant@caribbeanlandandproperty.com www.caribbeanlandandproperty.com Of“ce: (767) 449-7814 2 Patricks Island, Grand Cayman. Built on the tip of a peninsula 9.5-foot above sea level, this 5BR 5.5BA, 6,000-square foot home is virtually brand new (completed in 2008) and comes with exquisite custom furniture, “xtures, and “ttings like Italian lacquered cabinets, Lebanon limestone rock bathtub, hand blown glass sinks and many more. Built like a fortress by a contractor for his own use, this home is completely self-contained with a 65KW generator with automatic switch, security and irrigation systems, and a large freshwater cistern. Complete with a 45foot cantilevered dock, large pool and deck with Jacuzzi, the property is well-located within 2 miles of a supermarket and with easy boat access to the North Sound and open water. Price: US $3,995,00. J.C. CALHOUN, Coldwell Banker Cayman Islands Realty JC@cirealty.ky | www.coldwellbankercayman.com Of“ce: (345) 945-4411 | Cell: (345) 516-0727 Island Real Estate Guide To display your Real Estate in All At Sea contact advertising@allatsea.net Island Real Estate Guide 4

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 89 4 5 Guana Bay, St. Maarten. Gaze out at the beautiful Atlantic Ocean from this 4 BR 4.5 BA designer villa perched on a magni“cent hillside. This spacious well-appointed property leaves nothing to be desired. Price: US $1,950,000 HANNEKE SNOW, ReMax Island Properties hanneke@remaxislandproperties.com www.remaxislandproperties.com Of“ce: (721) 544-4580 | Cell: (721) 586-7656 3 The Peninsula, Antigua. Live in this spacious 2 BR 3 BA luxury waterfront villa located in an exclusive community. Living areas open onto large sun terraces and the stylish kitchen comes complete with integrated appliances. Mandala House offers a feeling of tranquility, safety and security and optimizes Caribbean inside-outside living. Plans have been approved for an additional 2 BR cottage and potentially for a small dock. Price: US $1,450,000 CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS, Luxury Locations Estate Agents charley@luxurylocations.com www.luxury-locations-magazine.com Of“ce: (268) 778-3110Princess Margret Beach, Bequia. Three hundred-plus yards of sparkling white sand beach with crystal clear waters excellent for swimming and a natural haven for yachts is what youll “nd in this 19-acre prime beachfront property. Outline planning approval has already been obtained for a luxury condominium/villa mixed residential resort development. Price US $14,000,000 JOHN BARNARD, Barnards Ltd Barnard.john@gmail.com | www.barnards-svg.com Of“ce: (784) 457-4806 or (784) 458-4613 Located adjacent to and directly behind STYC, this end of "Port Lane" gated compound boasts two family residences, each 3bdrm/2bath as well as a small boatyard on .810 acres. Income producer.O ered by owner/builder: $899,000 Email tkozyn@yahoo.com for appt. REDUCED PRICE! ST. THOMAS, USVI

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1992 LINDENBURG 65 CAT Huge and Fast $350k (Location: St Maarten) 2006 HUNTER 49 Excellent cond. Loaded with cruising goodies! Turn key! $245k (Location: St Maarten) 1973 STRIKER 54 Runs well. Detroits, interior stripped. $119k OFFERS! (Location: St Maarten) 1995 SEARAY SS 38 Twin mercury magnums, Clean boat $59k (Location: St Maarten) 1999 AZIMUT SEA JET 70 Clean with low hours on twin MTUs $925k (Location: St Maarten) 1995 WELLCRAFT 45 2 new 496 Mercruiser engines, Genny, A.C. Great deal! $86k (Location: St Maarten) 2002 LAGOON 380 S2 One owner, well equipped, available spring. $229k (Location: Caribbean) 1992 CARVER 42 One owner, Pristine condition. $99k (Location: St Maarten) 2009 C&C 115 High tech epoxy construction & beautiful lines. A legendary brand. $229k (Location: Great Lakes) 1991 SCORPIO 72 Complete re-“ t in 2009 $780k (Location: St Maarten) 2000 JEANNEAU 52.2 Needs some interior freshening & electronics $179k (Location: St Maarten) 1991 PRIVILEGE 48 Exc. Cond. Top charter business $200k confirmed. $550k (Location: St Maarten) 1970/2012 STRIKER 40 SPORT Complete re-“ t, as new or better. $159k (Location: St Maarten) 1991 BUDDY DAVIS 61 Arguably best Sport Fisherman ever built OFFERS! (Location: St Maarten) 1987 VIKING 48 Good running order, needs minor cosmetics. $129k (Location: St Maarten) 1998 NAUTITECH 475 Complete re-“ t 3 yrs ago. Needs new fabric. Offers. $300k (Location: Florida) 2002 REBEL 40 Twin Yamaha 225hp 4 strokes 150hrs. $99k (Location: St Maarten) 1999 SEALINE 51 Quality yacht. Pristine condition! $395k OFFERS! (Location: St Maarten) 2011 BENETEAU SENSE 50 Modern and Fast, well equipped $399k (Location: St Maarten) 2001 CARVER 530 VOYAGEUR One owner, fresh water, low hrs. PRISTINE! $339k (Location: Great lakes) SALES OFFICE: Pointe Blanche, St. MaartenYARD OFFICE: JMC Yard & Marina, Sandy Ground, St. MartinCANADIAN OFFICE: 1 Port Street East, Port CreditWEBSITE:SKYPE: sxmyachtshopEMAIL: TEL: FAX: Covering North America & the Caribbean!

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1987 SCORPIO 72 "SAPPHIRE" A real GEM! Owner's version. Completely re-“ t in 2007 including new engine and generator. New teak decks and complete KVH sat system for Internet/phone and TV at sea or the dock. Fair and Attractively priced at $499k 2003 JEANNEAU DS 54 One owner and always captain maintained. New generator and newer sails. Shows very well and sails like a dream. Owner's version with removable bulk-heads to easily convert into a big family or charter boat 4 cabin lay-out when needed. Great value at $369k David Holt WEST COAST/ VANCOUVER OFFICE Che Decastro GREAT LAKES/ CANADIAN OFFICE Michael Disch CARIBBEAN/ ST. MAARTEN OFFICE email: sxmyachtshop@gmail.com With of“ ces in St Maarten, the marine trades capitol of the Caribbean, and Toronto, Canada, in the heart of the Great Lakes, as well as Vancouver, Canada, covering the West Coast, we have an active list of serious buyers looking for name brand, well-equipped yachts. If you are looking to sell, The Yacht Shop is the right choice as your central agent especially with our All At Sea special promotion: SPECIAL OFFER: MEET OUR BROKERS: Say you saw us in All At Sea and get a discount off the brokerage fee. % BROKERS TOP PICKS:

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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. Offers! 1988 Steel Cutter. Good condition $69K 1992 Beneteau 41,5 First. Excellent condition. Fast and Furious! NAUTA 70 Glorious machine in impeccable condition 1990 72 ft Aluminum ketch. World girdler. Circumnavigation ready. $700K offers. 1985 Nonsuch. 36. Ready to go. Some varnishing needed. OFFERS! 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 2003 Bavaria 36 ft Three cabin model. Lots of recent upgrades to blue water readyƒ. Offers! 39 Ft Corbin Blue water liveaboard. Needs only a bottom job and ready to go! Offers on $69K 1987 Finngulf 39 Fully loaded $74K Offers! 1990 CS 40. Pristine Blue water passagemaker ready to go. Canadian Vat paid Offers!! 1996 Jeanneau Intl 50. Owners version with all the toysƒin magnificent Concours Condition. Offers! 2000 Beneteau Oceanis 331 Good clean liveaboard condition. $49K Tayana 42. Fully blue water capable and currently liveaboard. $95K Offers! 1981 Irwin Ketch Mark V. Everything major upgraded in the last five years. $49K Johnson 65 Fly bridge. Magnificent turnkey vessel Priced to sell!! 1990 Carver 42. Immaculate. $99K offers! 2001 Lagoon 410. New engines, Recent rig. All new electronics. Clean. Offers! SAGA 35. Clean with plenty liveaboard upgrades. Offers! 48 Ft Alliaura Privi Transcat POWERCAT. Twin Yanmars Bullet proof, Liveaboard. Offers! 2002 First 36,7 racer cruiser. Well known on the local circuit. Podium at every Heineken. $115K offers! 1995 Beneteau 503 excellent all round condition $145K offers. Bruce Roberts 57 Steel Circumnavigator. Strong and ready to go. $250K reduced! 1997 Bavaria 46e Owners version. W/maker, genset, bow thruster. Beautiful. Offers! 2006 Hylas Raised Saloonƒ. Immaculate $599K Leopard 48, new Hard top, new hull extension, new upgraded davits, new awlgrip. Immaculate $260K Boston Whaler Outrage. 28 LOA Twin 130 HP 4 cyl Yamahas. Clean & ready to go. $29K (optional triple axle trailer) Macgregor 65. Awesome machineƒ best condition ever Offers! 2008 Island Spirit 40 owners version. Full cruising compliment. Immaculate!! $325K 1995 Privilege 45. Cat. In weekly use. Lying Belize. Offers! 1985 Passport 47. Magnificent cutter rigged, blue water circumnavigator sloop $245K 1994 FP Venezia 42. Very clean. All new everything that matters. $225K 2007 HANSE 430e. Immaculate fully equipped for Blue water passage making. One careful owner since new. Offers! 1999 Fountaine Pajot Maestro 46. OWNERS VERSION Clean and ready to go. $299K

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96 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Brokerage Step into the new generation www.sailatlas.com 787-439-2275Marina Puerto del Rey Fajardo, PR Marina Puerto del Rey Fajardo, Puerto Rico 787-889-1978 www.sailatlas.comAvailable for charter at sailcaribe.com

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Ltd The Informative BrokersŽ Est. 1981FAX: 1-284-494-3535 Your Caribbean Since 1981! TEL: 1-284-494-3260 info@bviyachtsales.com 46' Hunter 466 2002 Extensively Equipped Asking $179K 48' Tayana 48 2000 Strong and Comfortable Yacht Asking $315K 53' Chantiers Amel Mango 86 World Cruiser, Great Price Asking $175K 54' Ta Chiao CT54 1982 Fully Updated, Excellent Condition. Asking $249K 41' Ben. Oceanis 411 2001/02Classic 3 Cabin Cruisers (2) Starting From $79K 34' Pacific Seacraft 2001 Strong Safe Cruiser, Beautiful Asking $139K 39' Privilege 39 1994Loaded, Galley Down CatAsking $169K 35' Island Packet 350 1998 Reputable Cruiser Asking $129K 57' Jeanneau 57 2010 New and Fully Found! Asking $679K PEOPLEKNOWLEDGEABLEPLACEBEAUTIFULPRODUCTVALUE PRICED 42' Catalina 42 Mark II 1996 Great Layout and Condition Asking $119K 46' J Boats J46 2001 Fast with Gen and Air Asking $360K 36' Beneteau Oceanis 361 00 (1) New Sails & GPS, BudgetCruisers. (2) Starting From $54.9K 39' Najad 390 1991 Quality, Blue Water Equipped Asking $129K 50' Voyage Yachts 500 2007 Luxurious, Great Value Asking $599K 44' Beneteau Oceanis 445 94 Centre Line Queen Forward Asking $85K 46' Grand Soleil 46 1987Quality Performance Cruiser Asking $139K 43' Beneteau Oceanis 43 2008Never Chartered, Immaculate Asking $189.9K 46' Morgan 462 1982 Beautiful Cruising Ketch Asking $99K 50'Jeanneau SO 50 DS 09 Never Chartered. Immaculate Asking $390K 49' Jeanneau SO 49 2005 Never Chartered, Immaculate Asking $259K 38' Island Packet 1992 Super Clean, Owners Version Asking $119K 46' Beneteau Oceanis 461 01Never Chartered, Owners Version. Asking $149K 40' Jeanneau O'Day 1986 Modern Racer Cruiser Asking $67K 45' Bristol 45.5 1981Fully Equipped, Seaworthy Cruiser. Asking $179K 47' Beneteau Oceanis 473 03 Fast, Comfortable, Very Clean Asking $149K 36' Westerly Conway 36 78 Classic English Ketch, Single Keel. Asking $32K 49' Hunter 49 2008 Incredible Late Model Value Asking $249K 41' Lagoon 410 S2 2006 Well Priced Gen & Air Boat Asking $220K 39' C&C Landfall 39 1985 Spacious, Performance Center Cockpit. Asking $47.5K 39' Corbin 39 1985 Fast, Strong, UpgradedAsking $79K VISIT US AT WWW.BVIYACHTSALES.COM OR AT NANNY CAY MARINA!

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98 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Brokerage 55 2006 Dyna Craft MY $399,000 37 1997 Hunter 376 $63,000 40 2006 Catalina MK II $165,000Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 35 1989 Island Packet $110,000 36 1993 Stamas Express $60,000 62 1984 Gulfstar Sailmaster $385,000Compass Point Marina 6300 Est. Frydenhoj, Suite 28, St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. 00802 Phone: (340) 779-1660 Fax: (340) 775-4803 yachts@islands.viwww.stthomasyachts.com St. Thomas Yacht Sales SAIL 35 83 Endeavour AP, sleeps 7 ..............$39K 35 89 Island Packet ............................$110K 37 77 Irwin Sloop, Great cond. ................$45K 37 97 Hunter, AP, Sugar Scoop .............$63K 38 67 LeComte, classic, great cond. ....$75K 40 02 Cruiser Express, AP, great cond. $165K 40 06 Catalina MK II, 3 strms, dual helms .$165K 44 65 Pearson Countess, Classic .........$65K 44 77 CSY Sloop, new rigging ...............$69K 50 88 Beneteau, 4 strms, Charter or cruise ..$110K 52 63 Alden, custom design, exc cond ...$120K 62 84 Gulfstar Sailmaster, very good cond ..$385K POWER 14 06 Aquascan Jet F14 ......................$9.9K 18 05 Key Largo, CC, T Top, 150HP ..$16.6K 26 97 Grady White, Cuddy Cabin, Twin Yamahas...$25K 26 99 Mako, Twin Yamahas ...................$20K 30 01 Scarab Sport Twin Mercs .........$47.5K 30 74 Fales Trawler, pilot house ............$37K 34 89 Sea Ray Express, diesels ............$55K 36 93 Stamas Express, Twin diesels ........$60K 39 98 Mainship Trawler, twin diesels .....$89.9K 40 02 Oliver Marine Express Cruiser ...$250K 41 80 Defever Trawler 2 Strms ................$75K 48 99 Dyna Craft MY, 435HP diesels ....$230K 48 02 Dyna Craft MY, 3 strms 450HP Cats... $295K 55 06 Dyna Craft MY, 3 strms, 700HP Cats .$399K

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100 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Brokerage Continued on page 111 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 RicoREDUCED $300,000.00 For more info: call (787) 727-8997 or email josekapp@yahoo.com For Sale:63 VIKING MOTOR YACHT 1990ITS TIME FOR YOU TO DO THE SPANISH VIRGIN ISLANDS... PERMANENTLY! Apartment and Sailboat Combo ($145K) Isleta Marina 1R beautiful apt. in Fajardo, P.R.. Live in an Island, beach front, walk to the beach, great views, fully equipped and decorated property, continuous ferry system to shore. Activities include beach bathing, boating, sailing, regattas, kayaking, snorkeling, SCUBA, fishing, two full pools, tennis court, basketball court, gazebos, marina and more. C-Store and cafeteria at marina. Sailboat at huge slip, almost a terrace. Cal 28-2 (1986) sailboat in good conditions, a/c, new sails, dinghy, motor, kayak, extras 787-405-5945 PROUT SNOWGOOSE 35FT CATAMARAN Refitted in 2011 30hp Yanmar diesel, sonic drive Roller furling, cruising chute power anchor winch, fishfinder, Avon 6 person, Tohatsu 5hp sleeps 7+ located Tobago ready to sail. email: byrne@tstt.net.tt Tel: 868 620 9470 BENETEAU 423, 2007. $195K Lightly used, yanmar 54hp 320hrs, onan 5k power plant 125hrs, dinghy zodiak 6hp 4 stroke, raymarine electronics, 2 cabins, 2 heads, full equipment, one owner. info titohmg@prtc.net or 787-453-4100 Sailboats Powerboats 75' Martin Francis Design One Off Aluminum Ketch Perfect Family Cruiser, 4 cabins 4 heads All sails Hydraulic Furl, Hydraulic Winches Fully equipped, this yacht is ready to go! Price: U.S. $780,000 V.A.T. Paid SY MODESTY FOR SALE Email for more information: sale@sy-modesty.com FOR SALE: 49 Grand Banks Motor Yacht, 1987Asking $275,000Contact Ken Huskey: 340 690 6210 or khuskey@attglobal.net TURN KEY CHARTER FISHING BUSINESS IN ST JOHN, USVI. 20 years in business. boat, website, mooring, all tackle and gear. lots of spares. 34 custom center console, Yanmar diesel, 300hrs. Very economical boat. Call, or email for pics and details. worldclassanglers@yahoo.com Chris 340.344.1155 ALBIN 43 TRAWLER, 3 cabin, 2 head repowered with 2 Ford Lehmans 275hp, fiberglass fuel tank,gen, ac, equipped, well kept. In San Juan, Asking $69,000 info. Manny (787)6045200 or superbm@prtc.net 45 DIVE/FISH/WORKBOAT with twin disc transmissions and Cat 3126 turbo engines. Boat currently well set up for diving with large dive platform, 2 strong ladders, tank racks. Suitable for many uses with strong, powerful engines. Has interior accommodation. Galley, living area and head. Vessel could be made operational for many types of uses with some work. $25,000 284 496 0205. FOR SALE IN ST. MAARTEN 1988 46 FOOT FABIO BUZZI SPEED BOAT. Featured in the movie TRADE WINDSŽ St.Maarten.Single stepped composite hull.Complete refit in 2002 .Triple 500 hp mercruisers with 350 hours. Recent complete service and detailing. Excellent condition.Ph 721-587-7469 $85,000 caribpower2004@hotmail.com Prout Snowgoose 35ft Catamaran FOR SALE email: byrne@tstt.net.tt Tel: 868 620 9470 Re“ tted in 2011 30hp Yanmar diesel Sonic drive Roller furling Cruising chute Power anchor winch Fish“ nder Avon 6 person Tohatsu 5hp Sleeps 7+Located Tobago ready to sail. Asking US$38K Please visit www.captainsolo.net Fully equipped for extended cruising with many features like roller furling, solar panel, wind turbine, new beta 16hp diesel with only 280 hr and much more to list. FOR SALE: 306Ž 1962 ALLIED SEAWIND KETCH ASKING $45K US COMPLIMENTARY2013 www.“rstmateonline.comSearch by: Location Company Category THE CARIBBEANS MARINE SERVICE DIRECTORY

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FEBRUARY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 101 Brokerage 48 Sea Ray 480 Sundancer, 2006 Twim cummins, low hours, hardtop Bow thruster, luxurious sport cruiser $455,000 47 Beneteau 473, 2004 Private yacht, original owner. Fully equipped for cruising, custom canvas $205,000 42 Tayana Vancouver, 1982 2/2 center cockpit, New Yanmar 2010 Davits, dinghy, great price $70,000 35 Compac, 2004 Original owner, low hours, davits Fully equipped with 2/2 layout $99,000 43 Hinckley Sloop, 1979 Classic Hood designed racer/cruiser. New Awlgrip 2012, New spars & rig 2009 $150,000 40 Tiara Mid Cabin, 1999 Twin Cats with 2012 rebuild 2/2 layout, hardtop, dinghy $160,000 37 Fountaine Pajot Power Cat, 2002 Twin Yanmars, genset, flybridge 2/2 owners layout, offers $165,000 29 Twin Vee Ocean Cat, 2007 09 twin Suzuki 225hp 4-strokes Center console w/T-Top $69,200 SAIL 72 1990 Custom … Canadian aluminum Cutter, 5 cabin, gourmet galley .........$699,000 55 1984 Baltic … New engine 2012, new Awlgrip side decks 2012 ..................$320,000 49 2003 Bavaria … Original owner, 3 cabin version, huge master cabin ..........$180,000 45 1980 Sea Master … Center cockpit, roomy layout, no engine, offers ...........$50,000 42 1989 Endeavour … Center Cockpit sloop, spacious aft cabin, offers ............$95,000 40 2000 Beneateu Center Cockpit … Well equipped liveaboard .......................$120,000 40 1998 Beneteau Center Cockpit …Furling mainsail, low hours, clean ............$93,000 38 1978 Van de Stadt … Steel passage maker, new sails, 05 engine & more ...$69,000 37 1995 Jeanneau 37.1 … Original owner, beautifully maintained.....................$89,900 37 2001 Bavaria … Performance cruiser ideal for island hopping, offers...........$85,000 37 1979 Tayana Cutter … Beautifully refit, major upgrades, must see ..............$85,000 35 1995 Island Packet Catamaran … Perfect live aboard cat, 15 beam ..........$115,000 35 1981 Beneteau First … Original owner, loaded with gear, offers ..................$65,000 31 1978 Bombay Clipper … Well equipped pkt. cruiser, many upgrades ...........$19,000 POWER 65 1989 Viking Motor Yacht … 4/3 layout, GMs, flybridge, tender ...................$395,000 55 1986 Angel Cockpit Motor Yacht … 2/2 layout, flybridge, aft deck ...............$175,000 44 1978 Gulfstar Motoryacht … Roomy layout, perfect live aboard ..................$115,000 42 2004 Searay 420 Sundancer … Twin Yanmars, genset, 2 cabin, 2 head .....$230,000 42 2004 Searay 420 Sundancer … Twin Cats, hardtop, well maintained ..........$195,000 42 1988 Histar Trawler … very roomy, well maintained, bring offers ................$155,000 39 1988 Sea Ray 390 Express … Twin 454 Mercruiser, new bottom paint ........$50,000 38 2000 Custom Aluminum Power Cat … Yanmars, genset, rig to fish .............$135,000 38 1967 Camcraft … Aluminum crew boat, completely refit in 2002 ..................$50,000 34 2001 Mainship Pilot … Twin Yanmar, genset, major refit 2010 ....................$135,000 34 2002 Mainship Pilot … Single Yanmar, low hours, beautifully kept ...............$99,000 33 1990 Wellcraft Coastal … Twin MP454s, full cabin, flybridge, offers ............$30,000 24 2008 Seaway … Downeast runabout 2010 150Yamaha cuddy cabin ......$66,000 MARITIME YACHT SALESLocated in Independent Boatyard, St. Thomas, USVI Visit us online at www.maritimeyachtsales.com C: 340-513-3147 T: 340-774-3175 F: 340-774-3509 yachts@viaccess.netMember of The Yacht Brokers Association of America 60 1987 Ta Chiao 1979 42 Pearson US$88,500 68 1990 Custom Aluminium Cutter US$699,000 MONOHULLS 24 2007 Tes 720 ......................................................reduced to US$40,000 32 1968 Van de Staadt/Seal ......................................................US$22,000 32 1978 Rival MDC .....................................................................US$35,000 32 1996 Silverton (priced for quick sale) ...............................US$42,000 34 1978 Steel Sloop (ROB) .......................................................US$30,000 36 1977 Roberts Home Built (located in Barbados) ...............US$40,000 37 1979 CSY ...............................................................................US$65,000 37 1979 Fisher 37..........................................................UK Sterling 40,000 37 2006 Hallberg Rassy ..........................................................US$359,000 37.6 1987 Topaz ............................................................................US$85,000 38 1986 NAVALU Alamander ..................................................US$109,000 38 2005 Van de Staadt/Seal ......................................................US$70,000 39 1968 Cheoy Lee Off Shore 40 .........................reduced to US$70,000 40 1981 Divorne Steel ..............................................................US$50,000 40 1999 Jeanneau ......................................................................US$70,000 42 1971 Ryton Marine................................................................US$25,000 42 1979 Pearson ........................................................................US$79,900 42 1986 Endeavour ....................................................................US$98,000 43 1985 Gitana .........................................................................US$115,000 45 1998 Peterson cutter ......................................................... US$189,999 45 1999 Passport a/c 44 ..........................................................US$365,000 46 1988 Comet 460 ..................................................................US$136,000 46 1995 Stopler ........................................................................US$105,000 46 2001 Tayana (Vancouver pilot house) ............................US$329,000 48 1981 Viva Nautica ...............................................................US$148,500 48 1985 Amel ..............................................................................US$50,000 48 1997 Privilege ............................................................................EU$50k 51 1986 Beneteau ...................................................................US$225,000 51 1989 Beneteau (owners version) .....................................US$145,000 55 1979 Herreshoff Marco Polo .............................................US$170,000 55 1998 Zerft Motor Sailer ........................................................US$40,000 60 1987 Ta Chiao CT 54 ..........................................................US$179,000 68 1990 Custom Aluminium Cutter ........................................US$699,000 MULTI-HULLS 33 1988 Dean Ocean Comber ...................................................US$89,995 48 1989 Privelege ....................................................................EU$242,000 54 1980 Norman Cross............................................................US$235,0002007 24 Tes 720 reduced to US$40,000 1984 30 Carter 30 reduced to US$25,000 150 TON TRAVELIFT

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112 ALLATSEA.NET FEBRUARY 2013 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON I m in Antigua sitting on the beautiful 70ft catamaran, MATAU waiting for the crew to wake so we can go sailing … to St. Maarten. When you cook with geniune love and passion, people can tell; there is a difference. Chef Robin Tompson loves to cook, even for the crew. Here are a couple of recipes we had on the move. More next month, as Chef Robin came 2nd in the Antigua Concors de Chef. Happy Valentines Day SIMPLE ANGEL HAIR PASTA WITH SHRIMP AND SMOKED SALMONPrep time: 10 minutes. Cooking time: 15 minutes. Serves: 6 Package of Angel Hair Pasta red onion, diced 1/3 cup white wine cup cream Salt and pepper to taste Boil a package of angel hair pasta, cool and keep to the side. In a small skillet, lightly saut the red onions. Add white wine and reduce by two thirds. Next add cream to the skillet and mix in well. Once it begins to simmer, remove from heat and season with salt and pepper. Toss the angel hair pasta with the mix and place a portion on a warmed plate. Scatter on some of the scallions and cherry tomatoes. Top with some smoked salmon and pre-cooked shrimp. Serve and enjoy.BANOFFEE PIEPrep time: 10 minutes. Cooking time: 15 minutes. Makes: 5 1 can sweetened condensed milk Package of Oreo cookies 3 oz. melted butter Take the can of sweetened condensed milk, remove the label, and place in a deep pan of boiling water for two hours. Top up the water if the can is not fully underwater. Carefully remove the can from the pot with tongs and leave to cool completely. You can do this ahead of time and with multiple cans too. Take the package of Oreo cookies (or whatever your favorite may be, personally I love to use ginger cookies) and blitz them in a food processor with melted butter. Now press the mix either into a buttered chefs ring, or a small pie dish. Now open the cooled can of sweetened condensed milk and, using a metal spoon dipped in hot water, divide the caramel up between the chefs rings, or spread it over the cookie layer on the pie dish. If you are making this dessert ahead of time you can stop there and cover the rings or dish with cling “lm and place them in the freezer. They will be “ne for several days. TO SERVE: Once you are ready, simply take the prepared bases out of the freezer and put them into the fridge. Thinly slice some bananas and whip some cream (or use the canned whipped cream). Take the bases out of the fridge and top with the slices of bananas. If you are using the chefs rings, take a small knife dipped in hot water and run it around the inside edge of the ring to release the dessert onto a serving plate. If you are using a pie dish, place the slices of bananas all across the top. Spoon on the whipped cream and dust with cocoa powder and enjoy! Capt. Jan Robinsons Ship to Shore Cookbook Collection is available at your local marine or bookstore. Visit www.ship toshoreINC.com email CapJan@aol.com Tel: 704-277-6521. Dont miss the new cookbook added to Jans collection: DINING ON DECK. YACHTING & FINE DINING DEFINITELY GO TOGETHER 2 bananas, peeled and thinly sliced Whipped cream Cocoa powder 6 scallions, chopped 12 cherry tomatoes, cut in half Smoked salmon 30 precooked small shrimp