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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN WHAT BOAT CATAMARAN OR MONOHULL? KEEP FIT WHILE CRUISING FREE APRIL 2013 Two Thousand Miles to BrazilPART TWOSint Maarten HEINEKEN REGATTA A Taste of Serious Fun! Inside: Caribbean Regatta Preview APRIL NOVEMBER

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WWW.CNMARINAS.COM/PLM ABU DHABI | CYPRUS | 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 High Season Rates … 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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8 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Editors Log I think its fair to say that God smiles on fools and sailors. When my wife and I “rst went cruising we made some terrible mistakes and one of them almost cost us the boat and our lives. We were entering the port of Newhaven on the south coast of England, bound down channel for sunnier climes. A rising westerly gale and a seven meter boat do not mix, so nipping into the shelter of Newhaven seemed like the sensible thing to do. In those days, I was paranoid about arriving in port with the boat looking smart; everything squared away shipshape and Bristol fashion. I blame it on a repressed childhood because really Im a bit of a slob. When we arrived off the harbor the wind was already strong but like a fool I dropped all the sails and secured them in a harbor stow. To enter Newhavens inner harbor you “rst travel the length of a towering 320m long open concrete frame pier. Our boat was powered by a six horsepower outboard motor in a well in the cockpit and halfway down the length of the pier the darn thing quit. The angry beam seas saw their moment and, driven by the wind, hurled us toward the barnacle-encrusted legs of the pier. It happened so quickly that I had no chance of setting a sail and, even if I had, the pier was now so close that I would never gain enough speed to bring the boat through the eye of the wind and tack away from danger. We were going under the pier and my wife and I knew it. By now the yacht was rolling on her beam-ends and each dip to starboard brought the masthead closer to the boardwalk atop the pier. Years of planning, scrimping and saving and it was about to end in shipwreck because I wanted a tidy boat. Now, dont go thinking that while this was going on, I had given up, no, I was pulling on the outboards starter cord like a man demented, shouting and screaming for something to happen. And something did! As the rigging brushed the concrete, the motor started. The tiny outboard roared like a lion and pushed us, one painful inch at a time, out from under that terrible structure. I was sobbing with relief. So, what has this story got to do with the Caribbean? Well, Im a great observer and I love to watch boats maneuvering. Some people have an amazing amount of skill; they read the situation and are prepared for most eventualities, others, however, are like me entering Newhaven: Wind and seas on the beam, a reef to leeward, engine running and the sail covers on. War is a terrible thing and with so much of it going on, we are seeing more and more disabled servicemen and womGary E. Brown, Editor en returning to their home countries shattered in body and mind. As a peace loving sailing magazine, with an old hippy as editor, I was rather wary when writer Carol Bareuther came to me with the story of SUDS. Then I read her article. Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba or SUDS, are helping rebuild shattered lives and they are using the ocean to do it. This is remarkable work. We all know that life in the Caribbean„sailing, swimming, just being here„is powerful medicine and SUDS are tapping into this resource with astounding results. Whether you believe the current slew of armed con”icts are right or wrong, one thing is for certain, there are some incredibly brave people in the world. Rebuilding your life after battle“eld trauma calls for strength and courage and some people dont make it. On page 63, read about the brave men and women who are rebuilding their lives with the help of volunteer doctors and the Caribbean Sea. SHIPSHAPE AND BRISTOL FASHION See you on the water! Fenders at the ready but how long would it take to hoist sail if the engine quit?

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10 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 FEATURES 54 TWO THOUSAND MILES TO BRAZIL: PART 258 SERIOUS SAILING … SERIOUS FUN COVER SHOT: Sint Maarten Heineken Regatta Mark Plaxtons winning Melges 32 Team INTAC | Photo: OceanMediaTHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE58April 2013 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS17 EVENT CALENDAR18 YACHT CLUB & FISHING CLUB NEWS20 SAILING HUMOR Earning to Sail, Sailing to Earn Sailing with Charlie: Computers26 CRUISING Staying ShipShape 30 RACING CIRCUIT Caribbean Racing Preview: April to November RORC Caribbean 600 San Juan International Regatta Grenada Sailing Week Can“eld Dominates in St. Maarten44 FISHING Budget Marine Spice Island Bill“sh Tournament46 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING Catamaran or Monohull?50 CHARTERING Living the Dream92 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE94 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 104 MARKETPLACE 110 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 112 CARIBBEAN DINING Fast, Crowd-Pleasing Appetizers Continued on page 12PHOTOGRAPHY BY OCEANMEDIA

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12 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP60 JAMAICA Biennial Pineapple Cup … Montego Bay Race 63 PUERTO RICO Disabled Vets Get New Lease On Life Through Scuba66 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Sweethearts & More Race Off Tortola in Classic Regatta69 ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN Budget Marine Second Interlux Open Regatta72 ST. BARTHLEMY St. Barth Fun Cup 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 April 2013 75 ANTIGUA Jolly Harbour Valentines Regatta & Rum Festival78 GRENADA Grenada Sailing Festival Workboat Regatta Grenada Sailing Week is Party Central in January84 BARBADOS Brian Talma … Action Man!RESOURCES 88 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 90 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 78

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14 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS GARNET AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA Garnet Onslow took this picture on a bright, sunny Sunday morning while walking the pathway along the shores of Burlington Bay in La Salle Park, on the west end of Lake Ontario. The temperature was minus “ve degrees centigrade. Every time Garnet wanted to warm up, he stopped to read a few more pages of the Caribbeans favorite waterfront magazine, All At Sea 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 63 Disabled Vets Get New Lease on Life Through Scuba N T

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 15 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 72 St. Barth Fun Cup: Antoine Questel Local Champion Mo n M PAGE 84 Brian Talma … Action Man! P P B Ac

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16 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Joyon smashes own Columbus Route recordFrench single-hander Francis Joyon, onboard the maxi trimaran IDEC sailed across the Columbus Route “nish line off San Salvador in the Bahamas at 04h 57m 30s GMT on 15th February 2013. With a race time of 8d 16h 07m 05s, Joyon shaved more than twenty-eight hours off his own record set in 2008. Over the 3884 miles of the Great Circle route, the theoretical route between Cadiz and San Salvador, via Gran Canaria, he sailed at an average speed of 18.66 knots (distance actually sailed 4379.5 miles at an average speed of 21.04 knots). Arriving in San Salvador, Joyon put thoughts of Champagne and celebrations on hold and, having validated his race time with the of“cial representative of the World Speed Sailing Record Council, hoisted sail, trimmed his gennaker and set off again to make his way to the French West Indies. Clarke & Carter Caribbean UK-based Clarke & Carter Interyacht, one of the oldest and most respected yacht brokerages in the international marine industry, has recently launched Clarke & Carter Caribbean. Managing this new Caribbean yacht brokerage division is John Whitsett. According to a recent press release, Whitset, a consummate sailor, brings a wide range of expertise to the table, making him perfectly suited for managing the Caribbean region. Ive been associated with the marine industry in one form or another for the majority of my lifeŽ, says WhitMARK YOUR CALENDAR:LES VOILES DE SAINT BARTH 2013 All sails are unfurled for the fourth edition of Les Voiles de Saint Barth, April 8th-13th, with venture capitalist/sailor Jim Swartz as the patron of the event, following in the footsteps of photographer Patrick Demarchelier, singer Jimmy Buffett, and Peter Harrison, owner of the yacht Sojana With watchmaker Richard Mille as principal sponsor, Les Voiles de Saint Barth is open to sailboats of all sizes, and there are at least 53 boats heading toward the start line for the “rst races on April 9th. At 115ft, Harrisons Sojana is the largest yacht taking part this year. Local faces include Donald To“as aboard Wild Horses Alain Charlot with StBarthSailRacing Sophie Olivaud and an all-female crew aboard Albacore 4 Rapheal Magras with Maelia Raymond Magras aboard Speedy Nemo Patrick Demarchelier on Puffy and Mowgli Fox aboard LIle Frits Bus from Saint Martin is bringing his Melges 24 Island Water World and Shamrock VII represents the handsome J-Class yachts. For complete information, visit: www.lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 17 FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET BARBADOSMAY 16 … 19Mount Gay Boatyard Regatta | Sailing Regatta www.sailbarbados.com info@sailbarbados.com ST. BARTHELEMY (ST. BARTH)APRIL 8 … 13Les Voiles de Saint Barth Sailing Regattawww.lesvoilesdesaintbarth.cominfo@lesvoilesdesaint barth.com +590(0)590 27 20 64EVENT 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. ANTIGUAAPRIL 27 … MAY 3 Antigua Sailing Week Sailing Regatta www.sailingweek.com info@sailingweek.com 268-462-8872APRIL 18 … 23Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta | Sailing Regatta www.antiguaclassics.com info@antiguaclassics.com 268-460-1799 NEW ADVANTAGE CARD! EARNMILESNOW *Currently not available in our store in Curacao. !!"# $% & % ###( 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! sett, whose experience includes a stint in the US Navy, boat yard management, yacht building and restoration, and classic yacht racing. Clarke & Carter is a highly reputable companyŽ, adds Whitsett, and Im excited about the opportunity of working with them. Plus, my yachting expertise and experience in the Caribbean will really make buying or selling a yacht in this area so much easier and more ef“cient for our customers, so its a real win-win for everyone.Ž For information about Clarke & Carter Caribbean, email John Whitsett: enquiries@clarkeandcartercaribbean.com, or visit www.clarkeandcartercaribbean.comThe sailing community bid farewell to Captain Joe CiprianoIt was a sad time in the northern Caribbean the last week of January, as veteran sailors, cruisers, and residents bid a last Fair Winds and Calm Seas to their friend of many, many years Joe Cipriano, AKA The Birdman. Captain Cipriano died of what appears to be natural causes, although at press time the Coroner was yet to make a “nal determination. At this point, it is believed he suffered a heart attack or stroke, and fell into the water alongside his boat. His daughter, son, and their spouses visited Puerto Rico for several days to settle his affairs and ”y his remains and two of his favorite birds back to the U.S. There were not many dry eyes in Salinas Harbor as a ships bell sounded and many around the bay joined the family watching his classic Ericson ketch Far Out sail away from the docks for the “rst time in nearly 30 years without Captain Joey at the helm.

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18 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 News YACHT CLUB & FISHING CLUB NEWS SHARE YOUR HAPPENINGS WITH THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITYPETITE CALIVIGNY YACHT CLUB Grenada Club to Host More Hobie Cat Match RacesThe Petite Calivigny Yacht Club (PCYC) is the newest yacht club on the island of Grenada. It was established in 2010 and is headquartered at Le Phare Bleu Marina on the islands south coast. Formed by a group of boating enthusiasts to support yachting events and water sports, particularly in the Calivigny Bay area, the club organizes small boat races and other water-related events that offer sailors of all skill levels and age groups a friendly environment in which to learn more about boating, and also an opportunity to participate in water sport activities. One of the most popular events hosted by the PCYC is their Hobie Cat match races, which have been held once a year for the past three years. All have been successful, lots of fun, and all have gone off like clockwork. Even Mother Nature couldnt dampen the racing spirit at their most recent races on January 20th when unseasonably light winds caused overly calm race conditions; the Club simply rescheduled the days activities and the competition was completed the following weekend. Despite the weather, the PCYC was delighted to see a lot of new faces at the event, both racers and spectators, and were even more pleased with the record number of race participants. Feeling optimistic due to the increasing popularity and turnout at this and previous races, the PCYC has now committed to hosting more Hobie Cat match races. Weve been encouraged by the increasing interest that our Hobie Cat races have generated in Grenada,Ž stated club Commodore, John Whitsett, at the end of the races, and as a result, Id like to of“cially announce that the PCYC now plans to host two Hobie Cat Match Races in Grenada every year, in January and July.Ž Although small by most standards (the last race had 16 racers), the PCYCs Hobie Cat match races have been growing in popularity over the years. Another source of pride to the Club is that their races bring together a very diverse group of people … from local residents to island holidaymakers and visiting cruisers … and racers ages are varied as well; mostly from youth to adult, but a few old salty-dog seniors bear proof to the fact that there is no age limit to having fun. The PCYC welcomes new racers as well as new members. For more information on memberships and upcoming club events, visit: www.pcycgrenada.com Petite Calivigny Yacht Club News submitted by Connie Martin Please send your Yacht Club & Fishing Club News to: editor@allatsea.net A close finish at PCYC Hobie Cat Match RacesPHOTO: DIETER BURKHALTER

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20 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013Contrast this with your average work-as-you-go circumnavigation. These frugal circumnavigators spend, on average, around seven years on their Big Fat Circle„and are, by de“nition, forced to interact with the locals far more often. This is a huge advantage. Sailing offshore, as delightful as it is, is only half the story. The other half is the people you meet. Here, on a person-to-person level, the work-as-you-EARNING TO SAIL, SAILING TO EARN MAKING BIG BUCKS WHILE HAVING MEGA FUN ON A SMALL BOAT BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor Many long-term cruisers save up a large pile of cash„and then slowly spend it while sailing the world. Hooray for them! However, most of us lifelong sea gypsies dont have a large pile of cash ƒ or even a modestlysized one. We only have a small boat and large dream. Despite this, we manage to circumnavigate. How? By working as we go. This is neither easy nor quick„ but it can be fun. Believe it or not, there are actually advantages of being time-rich and penny-poor. Many speed circs only take two years„which is barely enough time to explore the Caribbean„let alone, Planet Ocean. Well-funded circumnavigators often own a lot of stuff back home and thus spend a lot of time servicing their money„rather than enjoying it. With surplus money, you have many options„perhaps, occasionally, too many. Plus, since you can do anything, you feel you should always be having a swell time„despite the fact that money and fun and contentment have little relationship to each other. Also, theres a tendency to return home so often that you never really leave it mentally, and your circ ends up an extended vacation from reality rather than your reality. Perhaps the worse aspect of a pre-funded circ is watching your pile of money shrink, shrink some more, and shrink further. Oh, pity the poor yachtsman„no matter how well-heeled his Topsiders! Fattys Book Signing poster from 2012

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 21go skipper has the edge. It is easy to understand a culture when youre breaking rocks with its sweating members„ less easy when you are merely hiring them to wash your clothes, drive your taxi, or remove your barnacles. Too frequent jet-travel isnt merely bad for the environment; its bad for the cruise as well. Picture how proud Josh Slocum must have felt sailing Spray back into New Bedford„and contrast that to how hed feel if hed returned to Boston every three months to shake the money tree. The sea gypsy life is, at least as we Goodlanders practice it, pretty simple. We have„or want„nothing ashore. Our only “xed bill is $250 per year for our Sailmail connection. (In the Med we were forced to get liability insurance for $350 per.) We started out our “rst circumnavigation with $5,000, and returned with zero. Knowing how easy earning money would be while undersail, we started our second circ with $4,000 and returned with $46,000. Thats right„we saved $42,000 while circumnavigating the oceans of the world over the course of seven fun-“lled, very eventful years„and had more fun than most. Was it easy? No, it was not. I wrestle with my pen 20 hours a week, and Carolyn wrestles with how to make money drip out of that same pen„also for 20 hours per week. (Invoicing, photo-editing, book-formatting, etc.) Thus, we put in a 40 hour week aboard, 52 weeks a year. This takes tremendous will power„especially when my wayward friends are always buzzing by in their dinghies asking if Id like to go diving for lobster, yacht racing, guitar playing, windsur“ng, kite ”ying, or rum-guzzling. The good news is that I can earn my living anywhere I go„the bad news is that I have to! Part of the equation is, of course, living inexpensively. You have to be frugal. Forget I deserve it. Instead, embrace squeezing Abe Lincoln so hard he cries. This is relatively easy on a yacht in Chagos ƒ where we spent four months without spending a single penny, since there is nothing ashore„no government, no buildings, no people, no problems. None! But, regardless of how little you spend, you have to earn some money along the way„if you didnt bring much in the “rst place. One common method is chartering-as-you-go„the legality of which varies country-to-country. Many low-key, under-the-radar yachties in the Paci“c just make sure they arent taking a locals job„and then proceed with caution. (Warning: a USCG captains license and various other pieces of paper are required on a US registered vessel whether on-or-off-the-books.) Often, it isnt the yachtie who makes the “rst move. They just sail into a small, remote island with a large resort„and

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22 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013the resort owner asks them if theyd like to day-charter (as all the local boats are open “shing vessels). If the skipper is wise and desires to stay awhile, he hires a popular local kid for a deck hand and jobs out the catering too„so the locals win as well as the resort. Everyone gets what they want, especially the customers. There are no losers„only winners. Does the yachtie make a fortune after paying his booking fee, his deckhand, and for the catering? No, but they replenish the cruising kitty to add another year or two onto their circ„which is what it is all about, from the cruising sailors standpoint. David Wegman sailed around the world on an engineless schooner while spending only pennies. He sold paintings, traded molas (from San Blas), and even accomplished amazing feats of island-style construction to earn his way. His motto is: No one ever starved to death sailing around the world. Thats true. You might be hungry„but if you are cruising in the Third World where a billion people earn less than two dollars a day, well, food is cheap. It might not be the food you want„but, if you are truly hungry, it is the food you need. I will take that statement a step further: I have never ever met anyone who was arrested for working or earning money in a foreign country„who had not stopped immediately upon noti“cation. It is the scof”aws that get into trouble„those pugnacious folks that sneer, ƒ this is a US government documented vessel, and you cant tell me ƒŽ Those are the guys who end up in jail for working in a foreign country„as well they should. But if you just fold your tent and fade„usually, nothing happens. Dont get me wrong. I am not advocating breaking the law. I am merely stating the facts, and the facts are that everyone has to put food on their table„and, as crimes go, working for a living isnt a particularly terrible one. Of course, theres no reason to ever go ashore. Ive earned many freedom chips by working on other yachts: doing electrical installation, plumbing repair, and wood butchery. Arent there marine electricians overseas? Absolutely! But not in Minerva or Beverage reefs„and none who are willing to work for a pittance, like I am. Some vessels have ”ippable canvas lifeline nameboards„which have the boat name on one side, and JackTar-of-all-Trades on the other. One electronics expert in Sint Maarten told me, People pay me $80 an hour to RTFM ƒ (read the #&%@#%& manual) ƒ that came with their marine electronics. The answers are almost always there„it just takes some time and literacy to drag them out. So, thats what I do. I read the manual until it says, the red wire connects to the positive side of the battery and everyone thinks Im a genius.Ž Carolyn makes Biminis and dodgers with her trusty Pfaff sewing machine„as well as minor sail repairs. (Shes such a push-over„I think shes “xed as many sails for free as shes charged for.) Are you an expert at something? Id never tell some nerd in Silicon Valley that I was a computer whiz„because I am not. But I know how to install Quickbooks, defrag a diskdrive, and de-porn a clogged hard drive„all of which are considered minor miracles in Fiji or Madagascar. Often, a resort buys a Wi“ router„and cant install it (mostly) because they cant read the manual. If you can read English„this, in-and-of-itself, is often a service worth paying for. Am I recommending you pretend to be a brain surgeon because you can get away with it in the Third World? No, I am not. What I am saying is that many people in Africa who can afford an iPhone5, cant “gure out how to Bluetooth or Wi“ them to their corporate network„and if you can, youve got something to sell. There are lots of ways to earn money offshore. During my “rst circ, 2000 to 2005, I produced a weekly radio show called the Circumnavigators Report that was broadcast via WVWI in the Caribbean. How? By Fedexing back the tapes. Four times a year, Carolyn (yes, shes a hard worker and stern master) would say, Wednesday is radio day, Fatty!Ž Id groan, and make sure I was well rested. Then shed run 14 people/guests/friends through the boat for 40 minutes each, and hand me an index card with topics and suggested questions just prior to doing so. Thus, Id do 14 radio shows in one day, and shed spend another day editing and packaging up the tapes„and wed get a weekly paycheck deposited into our account 52 times a year. (Amazingly, I had the radio show for over 17 delightful years.) The station was sold twice. And when I “nally came in to visit the corporate of“ces during my second circ, nobody knew who I was„and kept insisting that I wasnt there. No, mon! Dat boy, he sailing de islands of de Paci“c! Dat true! He gone, long gone, me son!Ž Next month Fatty takes a look at even more creative ways of earning under sail … Ed Capn Fatty Goodlander has lived aboard for 53 of his 60 years, and has circumnavigated twice. He is the author of Chasing the Horizon and numerous other marine books. His latest, Buy, Outfit, and Sail is out now. Visit: fattygoodlander.com Sailing Humor

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24 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH The hi-tech revolution continues at almost impossible speed. You can buy the latest and greatest cell phone, computer or computerized gadget only to be told a few weeks later that its obsolete and a new super model is out with all kinds of new apps. Uuuurm, apps means mobile applications you can install on your latest gadget. Terminology is fun isnt it? There are iPads, iPhones, iPods ƒ and apps to be installed like iTunes, iMovies, iLife, iBooks ƒ etc. No, an iPad is not a sanitary device, a hard drive and a ”oppy do not pertain to sex and a download has nothing to do with bowel movements. Equally, a dongle is not necessarily sexually attracted to a widget. Now, the iGadgets are all part and parcel of the Apple Computer Empire, but … surprise, surprise … there are now Blackberries, Oranges and Raspberries (nothing to do with passing wind, although by now you might think Im full of hot air). The “rst two ingredients of the hi-tech fruit salad are cell phones, while the rather appetizing name Raspberry Pi refers to a tiny computer used for teaching purposes. Before you rush out and buy a Raspberry Pi make sure theres not a Strawberry Souf” on the horizon. The other day I checked with Charlie who has always been in favor of the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle of boating. I was surprised to discover that Charlie has fallen victim to the hi-tech revolution. Charlie has always had a small portable GPS for con“rming his latitude and longitude, but that was all. However, he recently weakened to include in his gadget inventory a Kindle e-reader. Great,Ž he said. Its sometimes hard to get good books in the islands, but with this the book world is at my doorstep … and many classics are free!Ž His enthusiasm was unexpected. The next time we met it was just after Christmas. I got a smart phone,Ž he said. And then I got a tablet. Now I can tether the smart phone to the tablet when I get a hotspot.Ž Sounds like youre going through menopause,Ž I said. Hey, its all part of the textual revolution,Ž replied Charlie. And that was it. Another good friend from the 70s had been consumed by modernity; swallowed up by the digital age and sucked into cyber space all in the name of instant grati“cation and convenience. But then there was a sudden about face. It was just the other day when I saw Charlie in a veritable state of stress. Its all the wires,Ž he moaned. Theyre driving me crazy. I need an adaptor, a charger for every device, ear phones, USB cables, converters ƒ theyre all different; all have different connections and all are the same color. Its a nightmare. I can never “nd the cable I need.Ž What happened to the KISS philosophy,Ž I said. Keep the e book and ƒŽ Well, its not my job to tell Charlie what to do, so I didnt, but the Information Age doesnt appeal to everyone.com. Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel .SAILING WITH CHARLIE COMPUTERS

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26 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 CruisingBY DEVI SHARPSTAYING SHIPSHAPE For many cruisers it comes as an unwelcome reality that staying “t on a cruising boat takes work. You would think that grinding winches and pumping the head would keep you strong and “rm, but it does take more. There are two great hurdles to improving your “tness: Getting started and staying motivated. For many, staying “t before living on a boat was a matter of going to the gym, but for the most part this is not possible when living aboard. You will need to reorient your “tness plan to what is feasible in, on and around your boat. Look at a “t cruiser and ask them what they do. I have been watching and talking with cruisers for years and this is what I found out. The easiest exercise is something that you like to do and dont necessarily do just for exercise. Walking and swimming are great examples. Set aside a speci“c time to do your workout or walk and make that the priority; “rst thing in the morning works best for me. Have a routine that is easy to follow, but not deadly boring. Find a buddy and make a date to walk, swim or do yoga. Jazz up your workout with music that energizes you. Set a goal for the day or week and review your goals. Keep track of your progress (both the improved ability to do the workout and the loss of weight or girth). I also use a timer for my sit ups … keeps me honest. When I can, I read yoga and “tness magazines to give me new ideas and motivation. Remember that doing something is better than nothing. Many folks do calisthenics, Pilates or yoga on their boats. I have a space just large enough to roll out a yoga mat where I can do my morning routine. Rebecca and I use the boom to do flys with the surgical tubingPHOTO: HUNTER SHARP

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 27 Mike Sweeney on the boat Zero to Cruising have turned their catamaran into a mobile gym with a TRX suspension training system that allows you to use your own body weight as resistance. You can go to their website and see videos of Rebecca doing workout: http://www.zerotocruising.com/shipshape. I could not “nd a reasonable place to use the TRX on our monohull, but can easily “nd space to workout using a length of one quarter inch surgical tubing, 54-inch long, with handles and a piece of webbing that has a grommet that allows me to attach the band to something on the boat. I bought this fabricated, but it would be easy to make your own. I use this for a wide variety of arm and back exercises by anchoring the center point to something on the boat or by standing on the tubing. You can make hand weights using the lead from your You can turn your boat in a gym using a few simple items such as surgical tubingPHOTO: HUNTER SHARPThe locust position is good for strengthening your backPHOTO: CHUCK SHIPLEY

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28 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Cruising SIT-UPS, ABDOMINAL CRUNCHES, BICYCLE CRUNCHLie ”at with your lower back pressed to the deck and contract your core muscles. With your hands gently holding your head, lift your knees to about a 45-degree angle. Slowly, at “rst, go through a bicycle pedal motion. Alternately touching your elbows to the opposite knees as you twist back and forth. Breath evenly throughout the exercise.PLANKSGet into pushup position on hands and toes. Contract your abdominal muscles. Keep your back straight and hold the position. While you are there you might want to do a few pushups or turn the plank sideways and balance on one arm.LUNGESStand with your feet shoulder-width apart and step forward. The knee should be at 90-degrees and directly above the toes. Alternate legs and you can use hand weights and do a bicep curl.TRICEPS DIP Back up to a chair or bench with your hands and place hands next to or slightly under your hips. Lift up onto your hands and bring your hips forward. Bend your elbows and lower your hips down. WALL SITWith your back against a wall and your feet about 2 feet away from the wall, slide down until your knees are at a 90-degree angle. Hold the position.STANDING CRUNCH Feet shoulder width apart, knees slightly bent and hands laced behind head. Bring left elbow to left knee and do the other side. Exhale as you crunch and inhale as you open. This is a good warm up. (below) HERE ARE SOME IDEAS FOR EXERCISES: It is not perfectly flat, but I can roll out a yoga mat to do exercises on the deckPHOTO: CHUCK SHIPLEYThe standing crunch is a good way to warm up for other exercisesPHOTO: HUNTER SHARP Bicycle crunch

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 29diving belt. You can use your boat as a gym; I can do dips and hip circles in our companionway and have used fenders as an exercise ball. I have also used a variety of exercise programs on my Kindle and my tablet. I like to swim when the water quality and boat traf“c permit, and many people do water aerobics using a swim noodle and this is a very fun social activity. If you are new to yoga, I recommend “nding a DVD or a book to get you started. Kim Hess has addressed the dif“culty of adapting yoga poses and practice to a boat in her book Yoga Onboard. Kim also has a DVD, so you can have guided practice on your boat or you can “nd Kim and take classes in Tortola this winter. You can contact Kim at her website: http://www.tropicyoga.com. The Yoga journal website (http://www.yogajournal.com) also has videos to download, instructions on how to do poses and suggestions for home practice. I have yoga socks that have sticky soles and allow me to do some yoga poses without a mat. Ideally you should warm up, workout and cool down with stretches. Rebecca on Zero to Cruising demonstrates a great warm up and workout at: http://www. strengthplus.ca/8-count-bodybuilder/. Dont go from cockpit potato to “tness enthusiast without getting cleared by a doctor. If exercising on your boat is not your thing try taking long walks and exploring the island. We enjoy getting off the boat early in the morning when it is cool and walking around exploring the neighborhoods in the area of the anchorage. Devi and her husband Hunter are exploring the Caribbean and keeping “t on their sailboat Arctic Tern The TRX allows you to use your body weight as resistancePHOTO: DEVI SHARP

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30 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Racing Circuit The Caribbeans sailing season is just getting warmed up come spring. Heres a sample of regattas that take place throughout late spring, summer and early fall.April 8-13: Les Voiles de St. BarthNew this year are longer racing days, different courses, improved shore-side entertainment and a 50 percent reduction on dockage fees. Fifty to 60 yachts, including Blue Peter Wild Horses and Saphaedra in the classics class. The quality and diversity of the entries, the range in the race courses and the St. Barths vibe is what makes this regatta special,Ž says competition manager, Annelisa Gee. www. lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com/site/usApril 8-13: Oyster Regatta Twenty to 25 Oyster yachts ranging in size from 45 to 82-feet will race around Grenada with an overnight stop at Le Phare CARIBBEAN REGATTA PREVIEW: APRIL TO NOVEMBER BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Bleu and a prize giving party at Port Louis. We held our spring regatta here two years ago and the warmth and breadth of the reception was exceptional,Ž says Oyster CEO, David Tydeman. We are looking forward to returning to Grenada for the 31st Oyster Regatta.Ž www.oystermarine.com April 18-23: Antigua Classic Yacht RegattaBolero is returning as is the newly rebuilt Adventuress and newly restored Dione From 50 to 60 yachts are expected. The regatta is unique in that likeminded people get together to show off their lovely boats, and appreciate the crafts and craftsmen that keep these old classics alive and ”oating,Ž explains Kenny Coombs. EFG Bank and Maine on the Rocks join major sponsors Panerai and Mt. Gay. www.antiguaclassics.comApril 22-May 3: 5O5 WorldsHot on the heels of a successful Fireball Worlds in 2010, the Barbados Yacht Club will host the 505 Worlds. The 505 West Indies Regatta where tradition rules PHOTO COURTESY OF WEST INDIES REGATTA

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 31 is a double-handed, high-performance, one-design boat. Nearly 100 teams from the U.S., Europe and Australia are expected. www.int505.orgApril 27-May 3: Antigua Sailing Week (ASW) New is the Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge to be held off Pigeon Beach on Lay Day, May 1st.This invitational event features eight high-pro“le racing skippers and crews racing in heats to determine the overall winner of a weeks accommodation for two at Nonsuch Bay Resort, including unlimited use of all sailing equipment and facilities. Some 120 yachts are expected for ASW including Sojana Jaguar and local favorites High Tension Biwi Magic and Hugo B The race courses have been “ne-tuned to keep up with the changing times and sailors of all levels are guaranteed excellent racing,Ž says regatta organizing committee chairman, Kathy Lammers. www.sailingweek.com May 3-5: West Indies Regatta Sweetheart (Antigua), Tradition (Anguilla), Expectation (St. Lucia) and the new 2013-launched Alwyn Enoe Carriacou Sloop are a few of the dozen entries expected into the Port de Gustavia, St. Barths. The regatta reconnects the islands once again with traditional sail and promotes the art of Caribbean boat building,Ž says organizer, Alexis Andrews. New is an Island Market & Arts Fair showcasing regional arts crafts and organic produce, with all goods arriving by sail. www.westindiesregatta.comMay 10-12: Anguilla RegattaNearly 30 boats from St. Maarten, St. Barths and surrounding islands will set sail. Production boats as well as the Anguilla A and B Class racing boats, which have a distinct open hull design, massive mainsails that extend beyond the stern, removable ballast and up to 14 crew, will compete. Our regatta has always been one of the most popular events among sailors who appreciate the traditional Caribbean regatta where you can have great sailing and great fun in a safe laid back environment,Ž says president of the Anguilla Sailing Association, Donald Curtis. The regatta is a fundraiser for the non-pro“t Anguilla Youth Sailing Club. Dates for 2014 will move to mid-February. www. anguillaregatta.comMay 17-19: Captain Olivers Regatta Thirty to 35 yachts, including beach cats, will race in six classes out of picturesque Oyster Pond. 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32 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013October 6-12: 46th Bonaire International Sailing RegattaEveryone from Racing, Cruising and Multihulls to Optimists, Beach Cats and even local Fishing boats are welcome to enter. Racing takes place in Kralendijk Bay, with nightly themed activities ashore. www.bonaireregatta.orgNovember 15-17: Caribbean Dinghy ChampionshipsEight to ten teams from around the Caribbean will sail out of the Antigua Yacht Club and in the nice ”at water inside Falmouth Harbour. This event brings together teams from around the entire Caribbean region to race in different dinghy ”eets with excellent competition and great camaraderie,Ž says Caribbean Sailing Association president, Peter Holmberg. www.caribbean-sailing.com November 15-23: 20th Aruba Catamaran RegattaBilled as the ultimate Caribbean catamaran holiday, experienced racers as well as recreational sailors from North America and Europe enjoy great competition, with plenty of activities ashore for non-sailing family members. www. arubaregatta.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Racing Circuit May 25-27: Foxys Wooden Boat Regatta Traditional wooden boats as well as Classic plastics (production boats 30-plus years old), are invited to race this two-day regatta between the West End of Tortola and Jost Van Dyke. Sailors enjoy a barbecue at Foxys Tamarind Bar. Those whod like to help organize are welcome too. For information, email: martin@sailsister ship.comJune 17-23: International Optimist Regatta (IOR)(Presented by Negawatt Business Solutions) Theres a new regatta sponsor, but the same high-caliber and highly-fun event. Three clinic days, a one team race day and three race days for beginner and advanced sailors makes the IOR one of the instructive and competitive junior sailing regattas,Ž says organizer, Margo Lynch. Plus, its a great way to tune-up skills for the Optimist North Americans a month later in Bermuda.Ž www.styc.net July 6-7: Barbados National J24 Championships FinaleThe sixth and “nal leg of the Jaguar/Land Rover-sponsored series concludes this weekend with the Harris Paints Regatta. Up for grabs, says president of the J24 Club of Barbados, Greg Webster, is the right to be called national champions. www.j24barbados.com MAY 812: Triskell Guadeloupe and Dominica Tour The traditional Around Guadeloupe regatta expands this year, says organizer Jean Michel Marziou, to include a stop in Portsmouth, Dominica, as well as stops in Marie Galante and Les Saintes.Ž Forty boats are expected to join this nautical event that combines racing with sight-seeing, sport and other festivities. www.triskellcup.com Triskell Guadeloupe and Dominica TourPHOTO COURTESY OF ASSOCIATION LE TRISKELL

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34 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 With warm Tradewinds gusting up to 30 knots for over four days, the RORC Caribbean 600 was a lively affair and many seasoned competitors declared that it was tougher than the Fastnet but a lot warmer! There was drama right from the start, Tony Todds 100ft Maxi Liara was dismasted. Two tacks and then the rig came down, we had barely sailed 600 metres instead of 600 miles,Ž shrugged devastated crewmember Matt Curthoys. It went at deck level to leeward, luckily no one was hurt but we were all gutted not to do the race.Ž The “rst yacht to “nish was Peter Aschenbrenners ballistic 63ft trimaran, Paradox The American multihull with the legendary Cam Lewis on board scorched around the 600mile track in an astonishing 40-hour sprint, just 11 minutes outside the course record set by ORMA 60, Region Guadeloupe in 2009.  Paradox is two tons heavier than an ORMA 60 and the rig is 18ft shorter, to come so close to beating the record was a big surprise but the conditions were absolutely perfect, it was a wild ride but we were perfectly in control from start to “nish,Ž said Aschenbrenner. RORC CARIBBEAN 600 A TOUGH RACE IN PARADISERacing Circuit BY LOUAY HABIB PHOTOGRAPHY BY TIM WRIGHT PHOTOACTION.COM, RORC CARIBBEAN 600 The “rst monohull to “nish was Mike Slades 100ft Maxi ICAP Leopard crewed by top professional sailors from the Volvo Ocean Race, including tactician and multiple world champion, Robert Greenhalgh. ICAP Leopard completed the course in just under 46 hours. Hap Fauths JV72, Bella Mente was next, but the Mini Maxi did not win after time correction. The RORC Race Team gave Ron OHanley the good news that his Cookson 50, Privateer had beaten Hap Fauths American JV72, Bella Mente by just over 22 minutes on corrected time to top the leader board for IRC Overall. Privateer s win was made sweeter by the fact that last year the team sailed an epic race only to come through the “nish line and “nd that they had been docked a 10% penalty for a starting infringement. Elated, but relieved there is not another leg!Ž exclaimed Ron OHanley dockside in Antigua. It is a fantastic race, the RORC do a phenomenal job and we are all delighted to be back here again for the third time. After last year we knew there was some un“nished business and we put that away, which was very sweet.Ž

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 35 Shortly after Privateer s emotional return to Antigua the mighty schooner Adela skippered by Greg Perkins, returned to the dock. Their IRC corrected time of 3d 6h 26s secured their win in the Spirit of Tradition Class, Superyacht Class and third overall in IRC. Adela had an exceptional race, worthy of their podium place for the overall title. On Saturday morning, after “ve days at sea, The Royal Armoured Corp Offshore Race Team, racing Swan 48, Patriot skippered by Capt. Richard Luckyn-Malone, crossed the “nish line, as the last yacht to complete the course. As the vintage Swan entered Falmouth Harbour a dozen or more Superyachts heralded their arrival with a cacophony of horns. The British Army team were greeted in true RORC Caribbean 600 style: Three cheers, cold beers, hot rotis and a massive crowd of well wishers greeting them. Packed with competitors, friends and family, Antigua Yacht Club was “lled beyond capacity as close to a thousand revellers gathered for the RORC Caribbean 600 Prize Giving. Royal Ocean Racing Club CEO, Eddie Warden Owen opened the proceedings and welcomed the Honourable Winston Williams, Minister of Sport for Antigua and Barbuda, to address the crowd. In a rousing speech, the crowd joined the Minister in hailing the 5th RORC Caribbean 600 as a tremendous success. A partisan crowd cheered every team going up to the stage to collect their prizes and every competing yacht was presented with a decanter of rum engraved with their name. The biggest cheers on the night were reserved for the victorious team Privateer they received a big roar from the crowd as Ron OHanley lifted the RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy. For more information go to the RORC mini site: www. caribbean600.rorc.org Louay Habib is a freelance yachting journalist. For the past 20 years, he has competed at yachting regattas and offshore events all over the world and represented England in the 2004 Rolex Commodores Cup. He writes for a variety of clients including; the Volvo Ocean Race and the Royal Ocean Racing Club and numerous Caribbean regattas. Paradox the first yacht to finish takes to the air Privateer winner of the 2013 RORC Caribbean 600 Trophy 40 Degrees set a new Class40 Race Record

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36 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Racing Circuit SAN JUAN INTERNATIONAL REGATTA STRONG COMPETITION AND A NEW CLASS Sailors from six islands took home trophies from the 12th San Juan International Regatta (SJIR). The February regatta hosted by Club Nautico de San Juan welcomed over 140 sailors in 102 boats racing in ten classes. Conditions proved perfect with generally sunny skies and winds blowing under ten knots the “rst day and gusting to nearly 20 knots on the “nal day of competition. True to reputation, the SJIR Race Committee ran as many as 13 to 16 races over three days for the dinghy classes and seven races for the newly-added CSA spinnaker class. What is so good is the participation of sailors from so many islands and in so many classes. It really levels the playing “eld and creates a great competition,Ž says regatta chairman, Luis Fabre. It is also wonderful to welcome the Otra Kosa sails in the CSA Spinnaker ClassPHOTO: CARLOS LEE

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 37 “rst-time addition of the CSA Spinnaker class. This has added a whole new dimension to the regatta.Ž In the nine-boat CSA class, it was Puerto Ricos Julio Reguero helming his J/105, Umakua who won. Jaime Torres aboard his Melges 32, Smile and Wave “nished second and Sergio Sagramosos J/105, Lazy Dog third. There were two keelboat classes. Puerto Ricos Keki Figueroa won the six-boat IC24 class by one point over second place “nisher and fellow islander, Robbie Ramos. Fernando Irizzary rounded out third place. In the J/24 class, Puerto Ricos Jose Fullana on KQLO placed “rst with Jaime Balzac driving Razzmatazz into second and Francisco Levy on Blow Me third. The Optimist dinghy represented the largest one-design ”eet of the regatta with 60 boats. The BVIs Sam Morrell won the 13 to 15-year-old Red Fleet and the Advanced Optimist overall, followed by the USVIs Scott McKenzie second and Paige Clarke third. The conditions were generally good, but it was sometimes shifty,Ž explains Morrell. The Lasers started before us, so my strategy was to look ahead right before our start to see how the wind was affecting them.Ž In the 11 to 12-year-old Blue Fleet, Antiguas Rocco Falcone led with fellow islander, Louis Bavay second and the BVIs Thad Lettsome third. The winds here are just like where I train at home at the Antigua Yacht Club. That helped,Ž says Falcone, who receives expert coaching not only from the AYC sailing director, but also from his father, Carlo Falcone, of Caccia Ala Volpe fame. St. Maartens Nathan Smith won the age ten (and under) White Fleet with a sizable lead over fellow competitors, Mateo Di Blasi and Julian van den Driessche, of the USVI, who “nished second and third, respectively. Antiguas Daniel Smith championed the 23-boat beginner Optimist Green class. Puerto Ricos Mauricio Porrata “nished second and Jose Guillermo Mendez third. In the Laser 4.7 Class, it was the BVIs Matthew Oliver who triumphed. The race for second was a keen one with Puerto Ricos Julio Rojo handing the BVIs Mollee Donovan third. Though both tied in points, Rojo ended with a greater number of “rst place “nishes. Puerto Ricos Pedro Fernandez led the Laser Radial Class with fellow islander, Agustin-Lazaro-Lugo, second and St. Martins Rhne Findlay, third. In the Sun“sh class, Puerto Ricos Gregg Fyffe won with nearly ”awless “rst place “nishes. For full results, visit: www.nauticodesanjuan.com Report by Carol M. Bareuther

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38 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Racing Circuit There are good regattas and there are great regattas. This year … with its combination of challenging courses, competitive racing, fun vibe, hot parties, and lots of prizes … Grenada Sailing Week: Camper & Nicholsons Race Series 2013 tipped the scales towards greatness. Big kudos indeed considering it was organized in just four months. This year marks the 20th year of keelboat racing in Grenada. Last September, however, there was great uncertainty about the future of the Keelboat Regatta when the Grenada Sailing Festival announced its suspension. Fortunately, a group of enthusiasts appeared, a new board was established, and with a new identity to mark a new era of international yacht racing in Grenada, Grenada Sailing Week was formed. The Festivals decision to suspend the keelboat regatta was much to the dismay of every sailor in Grenada and beyond,Ž stated Marc DeCaul, Chairman of Grenada Sailing Week. We GRENADA SAILING WEEK SUPERB RACING AND NEW FUN VIBE EARN TWO THUMBS UPBY CONNIE MARTIN PHOTOS COURTESY OF TIM WRIGHT Peter Peakes Slippery proved too slippery for competition, placing first in Racing Class, and taking 2013 Overall Race Winner trophy No stranger to the podium, Jaguar retained first place honors

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 39simply had to “nd a way to keep the races goingŽ. Thankfully, due to the devotion of this board and its small group of hardworking volunteers, local and international yachtsmen were again able to Sail de Spice in Grenada. Despite its early drama and abbreviated timeline, this years race series was bigger than ever with additional races pushing the total up to ten races over four days. Twenty-eight boats from ten countries, crewed by sailors from many more nations, saw top international talent compete against those from the Caribbean Islands. The boats themselves ranged from a 16ft modi“ed Laser Stratos to a Swan 53. The regatta kicked off with an adrenaline-charged day of racing along Grenadas south coast. Big seas and reported winds gusting over 30 knots provided sailors with challenging conditions and great stories, but also breakages, torn sails, and bruised bodies. Weather challenges continued through subsequent days as racers experienced lighter winds and occasional rain, and the race committee moved marks and recalculated courses to accommodate ”uctuating winds. Overall, though, the weather and courses produced superb racing and demonstrated why Grenada is considered one of the best racing destinations in the Caribbean. Competition in Racing Class was “erce, with boats often neck and neck as they approached marks and “nish lines. Peter Peakes Slippery was the one to beat this year; in every race she set off at a blistering pace, as if daring all others to catch me if you can. Positions chopped and changed on a daily basis and no two races in the whole ten-race series showed the same results. But in the end it was Slippery who took the “rst place trophy in Racing Class, and was announced this years overall race winner. In second place was last years champion, Lost Horizon and Category 5 took third. In Cruising One, returning champion Peter Morris took an early lead on Jaguar although Rapajam gave him a run for his money. No stranger to the podium, having placed “rst in Cruising One the past two years, Jaguar retained “rst place honours. As one crewman said: Nobody can tame the cat!Ž Second place went to Rapajam with Eagles Wings in third. Grenadas Robbie Yearwood with Island Water Worlds Die Hard … another returning champion and last years over-

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40 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Racing Circuit all regatta winner … emerged victorious again in Cruising Two. Rasmus took second, and Loose Cannon placed third. Last but not least, RaVi placed “rst in the Fun Fleet, followed by X-Strato and Patronus But the fun didnt end when the racing “nished. Each night racers gathered at Port Louis Marina where the atmosphere was perfect for liming, race-day stories, and partaking of food, drink, and nightly musical entertainment. Thanks to the generosity of a stellar line-up of sponsors, there were ample prizes for racers as well. With party themes like Pirate Dress Up, Face Painting and the ever popular Mount Gay Red Cap, there was de“nitely a feeling of fun and frivolity in the air. Even on Lay Day, it was all-aboard Grenadas Discovery Train down to Grand Anse Beach, where racers experienced the ”ip side of racing in Grenada: The Sailing Festivals fun“lled Traditional Workboat Regatta. In the end, Grenada Sailing Week: Camper & Nicholsons Race Series 2013 was declared a resounding success. As for the future of Grenada Sailing Week, Chairman DeCaul wrapped up by saying, We learned a lot this year, we have much to do, but we now have 12 months to put together an even better event. Watch for us next year as were here to stay!Ž Connie Martin is a world traveler who is currently exploring the Island of Spice. 2013 G RENADA SAILING WEEK RACE WINNERSRACING CLASS1. Slippery RP 37, Peter Peake, Trinidad 2. Lost Horizon J 122, James Dobbs, Antigua 3. Category 5 Hobie 33, Richard Szyjan, GrenadaCRUISING ONE1. Jaguar Frers 43, Peter Morris, Trinidad 2. Rapajam Beneteau 53, Ralph Lancelot Johnson, Barbados 3. Eagles Wings J 125, Hal Slentz-Whalen, USACRUISING TWO1. Die Hard J 24, Robbie Yearwood, Grenada 2. Rasmus Swan 43, Dieter Huppenkothen, Austria 3. Loose Cannon J 24, Edgar Roe, St. LuciaFUN FLEET1. RaVi Oceanis 45, Harald Horjen, Norway 2. X-Strato Modi“ed Laser Stratos, Mark Solomon, Grenada 3. Patronus Beneteau 473, Christopher Conway, USAOVERALL RACE WINNER: Slippery Peter Peake, TrinidadFor complete results, visit: www.grenadasailingweek.com Robbie Yearwood with Island Water Worlds Die Hard … winner in Cruising Two

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42 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Racing Circuit With a ”awless performance from start to “nish, 24-year-old Virgin Islands sailor Taylor Can“eld did not lose a race en route to a dominating victory in the “fth running of the Budget Marine Match Racing Cup sailed February 26th. Can“eld and his stellar crew„four-time Canadian Olympian Richard Clarke, and accomplished Caribbean sailor Mark Plaxton„went undefeated in seven races during the early round-robin qualifying tournament, and then dispatched fellow Virgin Islander Cy Thompson in two straight races in the best-of-three “nals to earn the winners purse of $5,000.CANFIELD DOMINATES IN ST. MAARTEN BUDGET MARINE MATCH RACING CUP 2013 Runner-up Thompson took the second-place prize of $2,000. In the petit “nal, last years Budget Marine Match Racing champion Colin Rathbun of the B.V.I. beat Russian Eugeny Nikiforov to earn the third-place check of $1,000. The “fth edition of the event, which kicked off a festival of sailing culminating with the 33rd running of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, attracted the strongest ”eet of match racers in the series growing history. The eight skippers included Ukrainian sailor Rodion Luka, a 2004 Olympic silver medalist; professional sailor Anthony Tonks Kotoun, another Virgin Islander; Lorenz Mueller Mega yachts look on as teams fight it out at the Budget Marine Match Racing CupPHOTO: BOB GRIESER

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 43 of Switzerland; and Thomas Mallindine from the U.K. The event was contested in identical 20-foot Jeanneau SunFast sloops in shifty, challenging winds ranging from 8-18 knots in the Simpson Bay lagoon. However, despite the world-class “eld of competitors, the day belonged to Can“eld, the former Boston College star who is currently ranked 8th in the ISAF Match Race Rankings and serves as the director of the Chicago Match Race Center. Ive been match racing for six or seven years now so Im getting accustomed to it,Ž he said. I usually got off the line pretty well, hit the shifts and stayed in the puffs. My crew did a great job of keeping me in phase and the rest was easy from there.Ž Can“eld was also quick to heap praise upon his tactician and mainsheet trimmer, Clarke, and Plaxton, who handled the jib. Richard was in charge of the tactics and was on top of it. Mark did a good job on jib trim and keeping us honest with boat speed and weight placement in the boat, which is really crucial in these centerboard boats. Theyre really tippy so thats really important.Ž It was nice sailing with the kid,Ž said Clarke, smiling. I was just trying to keep up with him and not slow him down.Ž Nobody slowed Can“eld down in the ten round-robin ”ights that determined the four sailors who advanced to the championship “nals. Both Thompson and Rathbun had identical scores of “ve wins and two losses after the preliminary rounds, but Thompson advanced to the “nals on the strength of his victory over Rathbun earlier in the day. All in all, it was a resounding day for the Virgin Islanders in the ”eet. A bunch of guys-Anthony Kotoun and Cy Thompsonwere from my hometown (of St. Thomas),Ž said Can“eld. So that kind of rekindled a ”ame. I grew up sailing with Cy, and went to school with him. So it was cool to sail in the “nals together with my best buddy. There were just a lot of good guys out there. And the conditions were very unique (in Simpson Bay). Youve got the mountain that the wind drops down off of so its very shifty and squirrely. You have to make the best of the situation when youre behind and keep “ghting because there are always lanes for passing.Ž Perhaps thats true, but rarely, if ever, was Can“eld seriously behind. Looking ahead, he has plans for both his $5,000 check, and his future. Well have a pretty good night tonight,Ž he said, and hopefully well be back next year.Ž Maybe then Can“eld will actually lose a race in the Budget Marine Match Racing Cup. But as he proved on the racecourse, you might not wish to bet against him. Nobody slowed Can“eld down in the ten roundrobin ”ights that determined the four sailors who advanced to the championship “nals. Victory Salute (from left): Richard Clarke, Taylor Canfield and Mark PlaxtonPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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44 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Fishing Hard work and the skill to catch almost every “sh that bit earned the team aboard the 45ft Hatteras, Exile the top boat prize in the Budget Marine Spice Island Bill“sh Tournament (BMSIBT), held January 23rd to 26th out of the Grenada Yacht Club. We caught a total of six sail“sh and one white marlin,Ž explains Exile s New Jersey, USA-based owner and one of its anglers, Dr. Frank Pettisani. We only missed one sail in four days of “shing and caught all the rest.Ž Fifty boats and 255 anglers competed in the 44th edition of the BMSIBT. This marks the fourth year in a row the event welcomed over 50 boats, making this one of the largest “shing tournaments in the Southern Caribbean. Grenada has a great reputation for excellent big game “shing,Ž says Pettisani. What really attracted me was the shot at multiple species of bill“sh … blue marlin, white marlin, sail“sh and especially the chance at a spear“sh.Ž Exile paraded out through St. Georges Carenage with the rest of the ”eet in the tournaments traditional Bimini start marked by the “ring of a cannon. They headed 17 miles offshore to an area known locally as the hump or button. We realized there were many places to catch “sh and the majority of the “shing was better inshore at the 3,000ft contour,Ž Pettisani explains. But, with our particular program of “shing, we wanted to target the edges of that offshore structure.ŽBUDGET MARINE SPICE ISLAND BILLFISH TOURNAMENT BY CAROL M. BAREUTHEREXILE TOP BOAT SCHARF TOP ANGLER Exile … worthy winners of the Budget Marine Spice Island Billfish TournamentPHOTO: GARY CLIFFORD

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 45Exile enjoyed a fantastic first day„releasing three sailfish out of five bites„to finish third in the standings. Meanwhile, Wahoo from Trinidad & Tobago, took an early lead with two blue marlin releases, while ZuZu out of Grenada, released three sailfish for second place based on time of catches. Junior angler Brian Williams enjoyed a fantastic birthday present by catching one of these sailfish off ZuZu which ultimately won him the Top Junior prize. Day two, the “shing was slower aboard Exile yet the teams catch moved them up to second place on the scoreboard by days end. We caught a sail“sh after a few hours of “shing and did not have another bite till late in the day when we caught another sail to give us two,Ž explains Pettisani. Gud Tym from Trinidad & Tobago, the tournaments 2011 Top Boat winner, enjoyed an awesome day. They jumped into “rst place with the catch and release of a blue marlin, white marlin and two sail“sh to win the Grand Slam Prize. The third and “nal day of “shing started with an early morning sail“sh release for Exile We didnt have another bite until almost lines out,Ž says Pettisani. Thats when a white marlin came up on the long rigger and my angling partner, Spencer Scharf, was able to hook and hold it for our last release.Ž Not only did Exile win Top Boat, but Scharfs catch and release of four sail“sh and one white marlin earned him Top Angler. Real Extreme from St. Lucia, released two blue marlins and “nished the tournament in third place overall, while Gud Tyme ended second. In total, the ”eet released 25 blue marlin, eight white marlin, 43 sail“sh, plus 12 dolphin (mahi-mahi), 11 tuna and eight wahoo.  Exile “shes year-round in tournaments throughout the Caribbean Islands,Ž says Pettisani. We are always looking for team members to join us. If anyone is interested in tournament “shing, please have them email Exile Sport“shing at dcov@comcast.net.Ž For full results, visit: www.sibtgrenada.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. 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46 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Seamanship & Voyaging CATAMARAN OR MONOHULL? CRUISING CATAMARAN SAILOR LIESBET COLLAERT LOOKS AT THE PROS AND CONSIrie under full sail in the Bahamas, where her shallow draft came in handy PHOTO COURTESY OF S/V CINDYS ISLAND

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 47 Our two Australian Shepherd dogs Darwin and Kali spent the last years of their life in happiness on a stable IriePHOTO: LIESBET COLLAERT Hurricane Hunter 35 TEL (340) 776-5432 FAX (340) 775-4507 WWW.OFFSHOREVI.COMOutboards, Waverunners, Motorcycles, Invert Generators Boats In” atables Diesel Engines, Diesel Generators Exclusively Available at Offshore Marine Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Catamaran or monohull? Its a hot discussion amongst cruisers. Just like those other considerations: Sailboat or power boat? Water maker or not? Solar panels, wind generator, gas generator or all three? Around Cape Horn or through the Panama Canal? Its all a matter of preference. Boat owners will defend their choice and have many viable reasons why a cat is better than a mono or vice versa. Of course, your own boat is the best one out there and you wouldnt want anything else, right? Or is that a tad subjective? My husband Mark and I used to own a 36-foot monohull. It was an Islander Freeport and we were located in San Francisco where we spent eight months getting her “xed up and ready to go cruising. She felt homey, had loads of storage space, decent water and fuel capacity, and we could stock up on food, drinks and dog food until we ran out of money. She was as dog friendly as a monohull could be, with three big steps down into the saloon, a ”ip down transom for easy dinghy access and life line netting. But, she heeled, as monohulls do, and rolled in less than ”at anchorages. Everything had to be stowed securely before leaving port, getting to the engine under the ”oor boards was a pain, she was quite heavy and sluggish and with her long keel, had a hard time going in reverse. Three days into our big adventure south, we put her up for sale. That brings us to the characteristics of a catamaran. They used to be very expensive and they still cost more than comparably sized monohulls, but the prices have dropped some and they are more available. They have become popular, especially the ones over 40-feet, which have more conveniences and larger tanks than their little sisters. I cant speak for those comfy giants; we have a 35-foot Fountaine Pajot catamaran, which “ts into the lower end cost and length wise. But we love her for obvious, and less obvious, reasons and she has been our ”oating home and transport towards adventure since June 2007. Some of the better known advantages and attractions of a catamaran are its speed, light weight, shallow draft,

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48 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013and alone time when required. Then there are two engines. Advantage or not? With twice the maintenance and the cost for parts, we still see our twin engines as a positive attribute. Maneuvering … especially while docking … is very easy and we always have another engine to compare it to when something breaks or doesnt work properly. In emergencies, we could even get away using one engine. Its good to have a spare. What is better: a catamaran or a monohull? As with many things in life, I would not call one better than the other. I call them different. The choice is personal and depends on what people want in a boat and a cruising life. Another reasons we traded the monohull for a catamaran was our dogs. They could not get used to the heeling of the boat and were miserable. So we bought a cat to have happy dogs and some great years of cruising in the Caribbean on Irie followed. The fact that I am less seasick is an added bonus! Liesbet Collaert is a freelance writer from Belgium. She and her American husband Mark have been cruising on Irie for almost six years. They recently left the Caribbean and are heading west for new adventures in the South Paci“c. Visit her blog at: www.itsirie.com Seamanship & Voyaging spaciousness (cockpit, saloon and foredeck) and stability … or should I say stableness. No more heeling, indeed, and easier cooking and sleeping! The rumor goes that you can put a beer or a cocktail on the table and it wont move ƒ Which is true most of the time, especially at anchor, but a catamaran is not immune to big ocean waves or annoying wake. We do have a lot of space but, because of weight considerations, we cant “ll it all like on a monohull. Heavy cats … especially when the weight is forward in the bows (to be avoided) … are no fun to sail and might even become dangerous in heavy weather. But we can buy a lot of paper towels and potato chips! Plenty of outside light enters the saloon and the separate rooms through the big windows, port holes and hatches. The two hulls offer the option for some privacy The saloon of a 35-foot Fountaine Pajot catamaran offers plenty of convenience and spacePHOTO: LIESBET COLLAERTEven heading up wind a catamaran stays flat and comfortablePHOTO: MARK KILTY

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50 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Chartering LIVING THE DREAM BY CAROL M. BAREUTHERCALIFORNIA COUPLE SHOW HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY SET UP A CARIBBEAN CREWED CHARTER OPERATION It wasnt pie in the sky, but a foot “rmly planted on the ground plan that enabled Michael Hank Hampton and Micheale Zazo to give up their land-based life, buy a beautiful yacht, and embark on a successful career in St. Thomas famous crewed yacht industry. The couples careful planning is an instructive story for others who would like to follow in their path. Hampton, former franchise operations director for Red Robin, and Zazo, a Certi“ed Sommelier with a passion for wine and “ne dining, met through mutual friends in California. On their “rst date they ”ew to Chicago for a Jimmy Buffett concert. Little did they know that seven years later they would live a Buffett-lifestyle in the Caribbean. Once home, the two cast off on day and overnight trips aboard Beneteau 465s they chartered as members of a yacht club in San Diego. This gave way to a weeklong bareboat vacation in the BVI. We started talking about chartering on that “rst trip to the BVI,Ž Hampton explains. We met folks who had chartered for ten years and talked with them. Moving from the corporate world to entrepreneur was a huge jump for both of us. We found theres a wealth of information and a willingness to help and enjoyed the mentorship of others already in the industry.Ž The couple originally thought theyd wait 10 to 15 years to charter. Then they realized that they were in the prime of life, both had successful careers, and a deep desire to do something out of the box. It was time to follow their passion. They laid out a strategic plan. First, they lived more simply and ultimately sold Chef Micheale Zazo

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52 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Chartering off many of their belongings including their beach community home. They used annual vacations to test out a variety of cruising grounds. They bareboated in the Abacos as well as in St. Maarten, St. Barths, Antigua, Saba, Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. These trips served two other purposes: To experiment with menus and daily itineraries with friends and family and to test out different makes and models of yachts. This gave them a realistic idea of where they would base, how Zazo would provision and prepare her signature food and wine matched meals, and the best vessel to “t their needs. We wanted a catamaran for the space and for what our business is all about: entertainment and hospitality,Ž says Hampton. The Voyage 500 is a stable platform, it has “ve cabins, so we can do eight-pack charters in the BVI, and is big enough to hold all of our water toys, which include a 15-foot Caribe with 70 HP engine, wake board, surf board, knee board, tube, two SUPs and a kayak. Whats more, it has lots of galley space and two drop-down freezers, which makes Micheale very happy.Ž Zazo adds, My goal was to create a “ne dining experience with food and wine pairing and all with a Caribbean backdrop. Its part of our budget, one of our niches, to have a wine program to complement the food. I love entertaining.Ž The couple bought Feel the Magic in June of 2012 and arrived in St. Thomas three months later. Yet, it was in the beginning of 2012, as soon as the purchase agreement on the yacht was signed, that they established themselves with a clearinghouse, introduced themselves to brokers and started to get charter offers for the Christmas and New Year holidays. During the two months before the St. Thomas Charter Yacht Show, in November, Hampton made non-stop improvements to the yacht such as installing a new water-maker, and Zazo met with wine purveyors and located where she could purchase the freshest, tastiest ingredients. We both had butter”ies in our stomach at that “rst boat show,Ž Hampton says. It was like being interviewed for a job 60 times.Ž The process paid off as Feel the Magic is now booked until the beginning of August. We both came at this with hospitality backgrounds and with a business model in mind,Ž Zazo explains of the couples success. Its hard work, but very rewarding. We love the lifestyle and the chance to guide our guests and show them what we fell in love with.Ž For more information about Feel the Magic visit: www. ftmcharters.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. At left: Only food made with the freshest ingredients are served aboard Feel the Magic At right: Micheale is a Certified Sommelier with a passion for wine. In this photo, husband Michael helps with the selection

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54 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 TWO THOUSAND MILES TO BRAZIL: PART 2 BY THOMAS TANGVALD In part one of this amazing sailing adventure, Thomas and his young family buy a traditional Puerto Rican “shing vessel and set sail through the Caribbean Islands heading south. The race is on to reach Brazil before Thomas wife, Christina, gives birth to their second child. But “rst they must deal with a haul out and an angry customs of“cial who threatens to seize their boat … Ed The big day arrived in October when we sailed out of Guayama, Puerto Rico, to Salinas, then on to Naguabo and back to our house in Vieques, where we did a “nal sort through of what was really important and worth taking with us all the way to Brazil, and what should just be given away. On the beat from Vieques to St Thomas, the wind blew strong during the night, and I had yet to make the reef points, so my only option was to sail under jib alone, which is not very good as it puts undue pressure on the jib and rig. So the “rst thing in St Thomas was a visit to Dietrichs sail loft on Hassel Island where he did a really great job putting in three deep reef points in both the jib and the mainsail. As we were racing the clock, or rather, the fetus, to Brazil, there was still plenty of things un“nished on the boat. Each time we stopped for more than a few days, I would pull out my tools and try and scratch as many things off the list as possible. On to Jost Van Dyke, where years before I had courted my wife. Here we stayed a few weeks taking on a number of small jobs and building another dinghy. I sailed to Tortola to investigate my haul out and work options there, but the yard manager was ill and the yard was closed, so I sailed back to exclusive St. John, looking for work and to get Thomas and his trusty lookout say farewell to Dominica

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 55 The Anegada Passage lived up to its reputation, especially now in the winter months, as the Atlantic Ocean collides with the Caribbean Sea and raises a mean, short and confused sea. One wave in particular smacked against the bow with such force the entire boat shook from end to end and all sorts of apparently well stored items below were dislodged and sent scattering fore and aft. I sailed slowly, on purpose, to lessen the wear and tear on ship and crew. Christina was catatonic with sea sickness, wedged in our bunk the whole way to St. Martin. St. Martin has long been a favorite of mine with its blend of the liberal but ef“cient Dutch and the laidback French cultures existing side by side. The rest of the family enjoyed it here too; such a big change from just a few islands downwind. Christina was blown away by the French pastry shops. We some more crucial tasks done on board. Customs in St John threatened to con“scate my boat for not having numbers. But it was built on the beach and is engineless! Its just a big sailing dinghy, really,Ž I protested. He was not impressed. Time was closing in, it was already late January. We left St. John with low dark clouds menacing. Sure enough, the wind got “erce, and the boat started leaking quite a bit, so I turned back, but just to a deserted little cove on the south side of St John. I was in no mood to lose miles to windward, nor for that matter to revisit the charming customs man. In order to “x the leak I swung the boom out the port side and hung full jerry cans, anchors and other weights to heel the boat over till the leak was just out of the water on the starboard side. Some trusty PC 11 jammed in the seam did the trick, at least good enough till I hauled out. Christinas Barbuda belly

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56 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Two Thousand Miles to Brazil: Part 2 had to go to the end of the airport runway so Gaston could watch the jumbos practically give everyone a haircut upon landing, and then sandblast everyone when they take off. I suspect the pilots get a little kick out of it too and hold the brakes for just a little longer than necessary. Gaston found that exhilarating and terrifying at the same time. I very quickly found work on the luxury yachts, which allowed me to get the money needed for the much anticipated haul out. Since I have internal ballast, before hauling I had to remove the 5500kg of lead so as not to put unnecessary stress on the hull, as well as to thoroughly inspect and clean out the bilge. Three weeks on the hard at Time Out Boat Yard„and two gallons of the most toxic bottom paint money can buy, later„and we were back in the water. We met a friendly couple on another sailboat, which came from British Guyana, and they told us all about how nice a place it is and how cheap it is to live there. They told us they lived on the Essequibo River and would help us “nd land, almost for free. When my wife realized it was only half as far as Brazil, she kept urging me to go there instead. I mumbled well seeŽ as the vaguest possible answer to those unwelcome comments. Christina is a sport, but she had only ever done daysails with me, and she was not doing well on these longer trips. By now it was end of March and I was really starting to stress. I did some last minute work on the boat and then we went to the bulk food market and bought enough food to last us a couple of months at sea. And we were off! Or were we? During the night, the seas got impressively tall and I put three reefs in the mainsail and two in the jib. About 02:00 I could see a loom to the southeast and calculated it must be Barbuda. I decided we would take a breather there, so I continued sailing on the port tack until I could feel the bottom with the lead line, then tacked without passing the jib, so the boat lay hove-to, safely awaiting the dawn to sail into Barbuda, which is littered with coral reefs just under the surface. The water was stunningly clear, but there was no way to get ashore for a walkabout what with the enormous crashing surf due to the high swell. Once the cold front had blown through, we had a In touch with the past captain and navigator Thomas Tangvald

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 57the south, in which case I would tack. Invariably this would not last very long till the wind went back to the east and then I would fall back onto port tack. The boat sailed along very well to windward with the tiller tied and the sails adjusted correctly. I tried to allow the Oasis to go as fast as possible without pitching too violently. If the waves got too steep I would take in some more sail to slow her down a bit. Generally we would make between 170 and 120 miles per day through the water. Even so, Christina could not cook, which is normally her responsibility onboard, and every so often I would hear groans of despair and complaints emanating from the aft cabin. I was de-facto singlehanding. When we were passing Martinique, just two days after leaving Dominica, I reluctantly agreed to Christinas request to go to British Guyana, which would be much quicker than sailing to Brazil. Next month! In the “nal part of this three part series, Thomas Tangvald and his family make landfall, but is it British Guyana? thrillingly fast reach down to Antigua. We raced another sailboat, neck and neck the whole way. From Antigua we sailed to Dominica, where there is a charming market and we could refresh our stores of fresh victuals. Here, the harbor is wide open and I was able to check the accuracy of my sun sights. I got an error of half a mile, which I “nd is quite acceptable. Finally, on the 9th of April we upped anchor and this time I would not be stopping anywhere further south, as my angle was bad enough already. I sailed around the North end of Dominica, the sun beating down hard on the azure seas and we watched as the lush mountains of Dominica slowly faded away in the distance. I put out the trolling line with a fancy lure and a bungee cord setup which had been carefully explained to me by another cruiser, and which he claimed worked very well. The weather, now being slightly further south, was better, just out of reach of the cold fronts and their stronger winds and harsher seas. I kept the Oasis close hauled on the port tack, almost always, unless suf“ciently headed by a shift in the wind to Oasis is hauled ashore for antifouling A bilge full of victuals

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58 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 SERIOUS SAILING SERIOUS FUN PHOTOGRAPHY BY OCEANMEDIA With the famous catchphrase Serious Fun emblazoned on everything from t-shirts to massive banners adorning Princes Juliana International Airport, the 33rd St. Maarten Heineken Regatta lived up to its reputation with sparkling sailing and round after round of eye-popping parties!

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60 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Jamaica BIENNIAL PINEAPPLE CUP MONTEGO BAY RACEAfter a relatively mellow light-air start, George Sakellaris 72ft Reichel Pugh Shockwave eventually enjoyed double-digit reaching conditions to become “rst-to-“nish, “rst in IRC division and “rst overall at the 31st biennial Pineapple Cup … Montego Bay Race presented by Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum. The 811 nautical mile ocean race started on February 8th at Floridas Port Everglades, sending the ”eet of ten boats„sailing in IRC and PHRF divisions„ on a challenging all-points-of-sail course to Montego Bay, Jamaica. Shockwave crossed the “nish line with an elapsed time of 2d 11h 23m 02s, just short of the current race record that was set in 2005 by Titan 12 This was a true team effort for the Shockwave crew that George Sakellaris and his captain Reggie Cole have SHOCKWAVE MAKES CLEAN SWEEPShockwave … winner of the Pineapple Cup … Montego Bay Race 2013PHOTO: KIRSTEN FERGUSON PHRF division winner Glenn Gault and RJYC Commodore Andrew ThwaitesPHOTO: SUKIMACPHOTO.COM

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 61 spent two years assembling,Ž said Shockwave s tactician Robbie Doyle. Doyle said there were two different theories regarding the expected weather for the race. One was that it would be light at the start but very solid the rest of the way to Jamaica,Ž said Doyle. Knowing Shockwave s capabilities, we de“nitely were thinking that beating the record set by Titan was a possibility. The other forecast was for a light and variable breeze to carry on for the “rst 12 hours of the race, and that proved to be the case. Nevertheless, we were able to recover from that and still had a good shot at the record but fell 58 minutes short.Ž Doyle added that a conservative start on starboard tack at the pin end allowed them some southerly distance before jumping into the northerly heading Gulf Stream. They sailed until they ran out of counter current and jibed to cross the stream to leeward of all but IceFire the well regarded TP 52 entered by the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Sailing Foundation (USMMASF). It was one long match race for IceFire and another TP 52, Bryon Ehrharts Lucky but IceFire prevailed, beating Lucky by a little over two hours and taking second place on corrected time in IRC Division. We were close to Lucky the entire time and it was great sailing because we were perfectly matched,Ž said IceFire crew member Jesse Fielding, adding that his team, headed by Ralf Steiz president of the USMMASF, was promoting All American Ocean Racing, a new program that prepares sailors, age 30 and under, for offshore racing. In PHRF division, Glenn Gaults J/120 Rebecca won on corrected time. Tom Slades Santa Cruz 52 Renegade took second, while Michael Hennessys Class 40 Dragon “nished third. Events such as this weave richness and fullness into the fabric of our lives,Ž said Renegade crew member Dudley Baringer. Recollections of these times will put a smile on this old mans face for many years to come, God willing.Ž After this years “nish, sailors were treated to a week of fun with cocktail parties every night, steel bands, limbo dancing and other memorable displays and competitions, ending with a dinner, dance and prize giving ceremony on Friday, February 15. For full results, visit: http://www.montegobayrace.com Events such as this weave richness and fullness into the fabric of our lives. Recollections of these times will put a smile on this old mans face for many years to come, God willing.Ž „ Dudley Baringer

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 63 Puerto Rico DISABLED VETS GET NEW LEASE ON LIFE THROUGH SCUBA STORY BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOGRAPHY BY SUDS DIVING, INC. Scuba diving has been a window to another world for Dennis Cline, a disabled Army veteran and Tennessee native who received his Advanced Open Water Diver certi“cation in mid-February at Taino Divers, in Rincon, Puerto Rico. Learning how to scuba dive put me in a more positive frame of mind,Ž says Cline, who lost his left hand following an injury while deployed in the Middle East. Its shown me that life isnt over. Now Im looking forward to learning underwater photography and to diving when on vacation with my wife and children.Ž Cline is one of over 300 disabled veterans who has become scuba certi“ed through Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba or SUDS, a non-pro“t organization and chapter of Disabled Sports USA. The organization is based at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. The program was founded in February 2007 by John Thompson, an Army veteran himself who wanted to give back and who had worked for many years as a dive instructor in the Caribbean and at Taino Divers back in 2000. I went to have lunch at Walter Reed one day with a friend,Ž Thompson tells. It was my “rst time in a military hospital. I was amazed at all the young men and women and their horri“c injuries. I wanted to get involved. Since Im a water guy, I started volunteering in the aquatic therapy

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 65 Puerto Rico pool and soon thought that scuba could help these veterans in their re-hab. I talked with the chief physical therapist, who was a certi“ed diver, and she agreed.Ž Veterans who want to participate in SUDS need to be compliant with medical and physical therapy appointments. They also need a prescription from their physician. Most are single or double amputees, some triple amputees, and others suffer from hearing loss, burn injuries or traumatic brain injury. Some start the SUDS program as soon as four months after being injured on the battle“eld. Complete rehabilitation can take 18 months to two years. All initial pool training and academics take place in the Walter Reed pool. Then, the veterans are ready to go on a SUDS trip. We do six to eight big trips each year,Ž Thompson says. Well go to Guantanamo in May, the Outer Banks off North Carolina in July, Curacao in September, Hawaii in October and the Turks & Caicos in December. In addition, Ill often bring a couple of guys down to Puerto Rico for one-on-one instruction during a few weeks in the winter.Ž Ten veterans, three dive instructors and one medical support person travel on the four-day “ve-night big trips. Each day is planned with a purpose and involves training. For example, the “rst two days is when veterans receive their check out dives and certi“cation. Its also a time when they may learn how to put a “n on a prosthetic foot or slide from a wheelchair to a boats transom and then into the sea. The second two days are for fun diving. We heard humpback whales sing,Ž Cline tells of his trip to Puerto Rico in February. How many people get to hear whales sing? We also saw reef sharks, moray eels and lion “sh. It was incredible.Ž Results of the SUDS program have proved amazing. When theres been a serious injury, it can put you in a dark place,Ž Thompson tells. Learning to scuba dive helps these veterans not only physically, but emotionally. It gives them con“dence and boosts self-esteem.Ž The SUDS program has also proven rewarding for those who assist with the program. To help facilitate the soldiers rehabilitation in such a positive way through scuba diving is the ultimate reward for me personally,Ž explains Greg Carson, who owns Taino Divers. Just seeing what these guys are going through with their injuries and how they have such a positive attitude gives you a big reality check! I feel very proud and humble to give back to them such a small sacri“ce for them sacri“cing their lives to give us our freedom!Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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66 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 British Virgin Islands SWEETHEARTS & MORE RACE OFF TORTOLA IN CLASSIC REGATTA Seeing schooner crews wrestle with multiple sails while balanced on long bowsprits is like being in a time warp back to yesteryear. Yet this, plus the excitement of watching multiple classes of classics and all-comers, makes the BVIs West End Yacht Clubs (WEYC) Sweethearts of the Caribbean Regatta, a one-ofa-kind event. In total, a ”eet of 48 yachts came out for the 35th running of this February 16th -17th regatta. The “rst day a ”eet of four schooners and a dozen singlehanders made short work of the 14-mile course from Nanny Cay and out around Peter, Pelican and Flanagan Islands in winds gusting to 26 knots. John Hayes 35ft Edlecat, Wild“re took “rst prize in the single-handed class in the pursuit-style race. The weather was perfect for my little catamaran,Ž says Hayes. That, and the fact we “tted a new mainsail the week before, is what Id credit with our win.Ž On day two, 18 classics and wannabe classics, followed by a ”eet of “ve double-handed Sweetheart Couples boats, raced the same course as the previous day. Although the breeze dropped to 15 to 18 knots, a wind shift just before the horn made for an interesting port-start situation. The 25 to 34ft classics managed to make a mix of port and starboard starts without incident. However, the 45 to 60-footers started ten minutes later and didnt see the shift. There was one tense moment when the newly re-launched S&S BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER 52, Mah Jong rocketed starboard off the start on the committee boat end while Ginger a Morgan 461 built in 1980, found itself in a slow port tack position. Disaster was averted when Mah Jong astutely tacked and Ginger dipped behind Mah Jong s stern just in the nick of time. In the end, Ginger s luck held when she won the class. Its nice to race among other classics, rather than kissing the pack of racers goodbye after the start,Ž says Ginger s owner, Bruce Fletcher. Our biggest handicap is that were not allowed to spill the champagne during races. Yet, we have a captive crew with my wife and kids.Ž Sweethearts was conceived as a unique schooner regatta. Along the way, as the schooners began to dwindle in number, other classes were added. Next year, says WEYCs Mike Kirk, We may add an Optimist race for youth sailing„its a Classic!Ž The WEYC hosts a number of regattas annually. In addition to Sweethearts, the Club hosts the six-event Goslings Regatta Series which starts in May with Foxys Wooden & Classic Boat Race and concludes with the Darkn Stormy Regatta in March. For information, Email: martin@sailsistership.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. The Sweethearts heads out of Nanny Cay

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 69 St. Maarten / St. Martin Sint Maartens infamous Simpson Bay Lagoon played host to Budget Marines 2nd Interlux Open Regatta on February 2-3, its notoriously shifting breezes creating the usual havoc among a skilled ”eet of one design sailors. This is a series that sends a hero to zero in the blink of an eye or lifts an unassuming weekend sailor to the head of the ”eet for an ecstatic moment of glory. Tacticians have an unenviable task of reading the water and predicting shifts against the whims of nature, but its what makes this regatta challenging and appealing. No other island in the Caribbean has this same quality of one design sailing. We are ahead,Ž bragged Budget Marine CEO Robbie Ferron at Sundays prize giving. Co-host Boca Marina Restaurant proved to be the ideal viewing platform to watch the action on the windward-leeward course, close up. A moderate breeze and sunny conditions greeted the 13 teams who rotated on eight Jeanneau Sunfast 20s over the weekend. Twelve races were sailed on Saturday and six on Sunday, the worst two of which could be discarded. From the outset it was clear this would be another skirmish in the battle of the chandleries with Andrea ScarabelBUDGET MARINE SECOND INTERLUX OPEN REGATTA ANGUISH AND ECSTASY DIVIDES A HIGHLY COMPETITIVE FLEET lis Budget Marine/Gill team locking horns with Frits Buss Island Water World These two foes are never far apart, whether facing off in the Melges 24s or Sunfast 20s. Notwithstanding the skills and consistency of the above, depth and talent prevailed in the lower ranks, creating an open, competitive “eld where B teams had realistic chances in this lottery of a regatta. Every race was marked by extremely tight racing and nail-biting starts. That said, Scarabellis Team Budget Marine/Gill won the regatta after a late surge on Sunday to edge out overnight BY ROBERT LUCKOCK Tight racing and fluky winds marked this years Interlux Regatta Interlux Regatta winners Team Budget Marine/Gill (From left): Rene Edwards, Chris Marshall, and skipper Andrea Scarabelli at the prize givingPHOTO: ROBERT LUCKOCK

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 71 St. Maarten / St. Martin leader Frits Buss Island Water World who settled for second place, two points adrift. Bus saw the writing was on the wall late Saturday afternoon, blaming the unpredictable shifts and the speed difference in the boats. The wind was more stable Saturday morning but in the afternoon it was more shifty, and even being on the faster boats the wind was coming from right and left,Ž he said Sunday morning while awaiting his turn to go out. We lost points there.Ž Jolyon Ferron helmed North Sails St. Maarten into third place, out sailing Robbie Ferrons Paci“ca Plus in fourth, while Guy Taylor-Smith, a newcomer to the one design series, steered AMCON 2 into “fth place, taking an impressive three bullets on Saturday and one on Sunday to boot. Roel ten Hoppen skippered IWW 2 to “nish sixth. John Gifford on AMCON 1 was pleased to win one race but neither he nor Team Luc Knol who clinched three second places and one third, could get a handle on the conditions and ended up tied on points, “nishing in eighth and ninth places respectively. The wildly ”uctuating shifts had Assistant Race Of“cer Andrew Rapley frequently scuttling out in a dinghy to adjust the course. I virtually had to go out every race. Between the last two races we moved the course around 30 to 40 degrees,Ž said Andrew. But the sailors were very sporting about it. They know theres not much you can do, yet the camaraderie has been fantastic.Ž Race Of“cer Laurey-Ann Findlay agreed laying the course was very challenging. Luckily Andrew was so good at it that every race was fairly sailed,Ž she added. Not a lot of over early starts but really good starts ... everyone on the line just before the ”ag went down. Tremendous.Ž For organiser Cary Byerley, the highlight was the participation of the Beckmann family from Mexico who participated in every race with their two little boys, aged four and “ve. They “nished in seventh place overall. Carlos Beckman, a Laser sailor of repute, relocated with his family to St. Maarten from Miami last August. For such young children to be so involved for the whole regatta duration and so well behaved, I “nd it amazing,Ž remarked Cary who presented prizes to the two boys. If they continue, they will be ones to watch.Ž 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.

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72 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 St. Barthlemy Windsur“ng was in the spotlight during the second annual edition of the Saint Barth Fun Cup, held on the weekend of February 1st-3rd. The participation of Dutchman Bjorn Dunkerbeck, who has 41 world championship titles to his credit, added to the excitement! Would the Dutch champion beat everyone else by a mile? With light winds of 12-18 knots, “ve races were held over Friday and Saturday, however, Sundays schedule was cancelled when even lighter winds made racing impossible. Race organizer Antoine Questel, Saint Barths native son who won his “rst French national title in November, proved his mettle, winning the “rst four of the “ve races. In the “nal race, Dunkerbeck fought back and went on to win, squashing Questels chances of a clean sweep. My excellent preparation leading up to this event helped me win even against some pretty strong competition,Ž says Questel, who took “rst place overall, with Dunkerbeck coming in second, and Taty Frans placing third. The third annual Saint Barth Fun Cup is scheduled for January 31st-February 2nd 2014. For additional information, visit: saintbarthfuncup.com Ellen Lampert-Graux lives in Saint Barthlemy where she is editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine. She writes regularly about entertainment design and technology for Live Design magazine, and about Caribbean architecture for MACO, a Trinidad-based lifestyle magazine.SAINT BARTH FUN CUP BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GREAUX ANTOINE QUESTEL LOCAL CHAMPION The second annual Saint Barth Fun Cup was held the first weekend in February 2013PHOTO: ROSEMOND GRAUX

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 75 Antigua The young crew of Cork 1720 Digicel Challenger celebrated their victory at the beach party prize giving after their overall win in the Racing Division in the Jolly Harbour Valentines Regatta sailed February 7th … 10th in Antigua. This is a great victory for us,Ž said helmsman Bob Green. The guys have worked so hard, training after school to prepare for this event.Ž In the cruising division Rick Gormley and his crew on the First 38 Elethea also celebrated their win. Ive done this event for 13 years and in fact the Jolly Harbour Valentines Regatta is the reason I came to live in Antigua,Ž Gormley said. The Multihull Class was the “rst race to start on the “nal day. John Westgarth-Pratts Ascension a Fontain-Pajot 36 Mah, and Bill Cliftons Catana 43, Four Winds came off the line only inches apart and enjoyed close racing before Four Winds “nally claimed victory. Their 17 mile course, set to suit their size and handling, included 13 marks and took them up to the harbour entrance of Antiguas capital, St Johns for some challenging maneuvers. The long legs of JOLLY HARBOUR VALENTINES REGATTA & RUM FESTIVAL VICTORIES FOR ELETHEA AND THE TEENAGE CREW OF DIGICEL CHALLENGER Digicel Challenger … winners of CSA Racing ClassPHOTO: JODY SALLONS-DAY WWW.LEADINGIMAGE.ORGElethea … CSA Cruising Class winners PHOTO: JODY SALLONS-DAY WWW.LEADINGIMAGE.ORG

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 77 Antigua the course suited us really well,Ž said Westgarth-Pratt. It was a great sail for us up to St Johns and then we ”ew back with the spinnaker.Ž For the other two classes, Cruising and Spinnaker, the last day consisted of two races with starts outside the entrance to Jolly Harbour and a “rst windward leg into the shore and back to Five Islands. From there a series of windward/leeward legs took the ”eet northwards. Racing was exceptionally close. Stephen Carson and his crew on Hightide were snif“ng victory as they came bounding back from a sluggish start to the event and “nished the regatta only one point adrift of Digicel Challenger s winning score. Geoffrey Pidducks Six-Metre Biwi Magic experienced a minor drama when she dragged Jolly, the “rst windward mark, downwind as she attempted to round. One competitor observed: A couple of boats are saying a very big thank you to Mr. Pidduck for moving the mark to their advantage!Ž In the cruising division only three points separated second, third and forth position: Don Wards Frolic Festus Isaacs Chardonnay and Robbie Ferrons Springtide respectively. The regatta wasnt just for the keelboats. The celebration was joined by a dozen Laser Pico dinghies provided by Antigua National Sailing Academy, which completed six races off Jolly Harbour beach. Winning all but one race was 11-year old Antiguan youth sailor Rocco Falcone who is already an emerging star at championship level. But it was the consistency of Bea Shrewsbury that took the championship. The three-day Jolly Harbour Valentines Regatta ended as it began, in perfect conditions of 12-14 knots and ”at turquoise seas. Chairman of the Regatta Organizing Committee Kathy Lammers summed up the event. Weve seen a wonderful celebration of the regattas 20th anniversary. Weve had excellent conditions and such great participation from a wide variety of yachts, both those based in Antigua, and others who are passing through.Ž Prizes were presented by Antigua and Barbuda Minister of Tourism, the Hon. John Maginley at the closing Rum on the Beach party at Castaways Beach Bar. Alison Sly-Adams, Marketing and Sponsorship Director for the Jolly Harbour Valentines Regatta and Rum Festival, described the ethos of the event. We are delighted with the reaction to the entire event from sailors, partygoers and sponsors. This was the “rst year of the Rum Festival and we have been able to really assess the potential of the event. Our rum sponsors have given us fantastic support with their displays and bars.Ž For full results, visit: https://regattaguru.com/valentines/ minisite?series_id=2#Results;class_id=6

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78 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Grenada GRENADA SAILING FESTIVAL WORKBOAT REGATTAWith Caribbean-style racing and a beach-party vibe, the Workboat Regatta in Grenada always packs a lot of fun and excitement into one weekend of racing. But the partying was revved up even higher this year as its 20th anniversary and a record-breaking win gave double the reason to celebrate. It all starts with small wooden workboats. Theyre islandbuilt, bamboo-rigged, modeled after Grenadas original “shing boats, and are a strong reminder of Grenadas heritage in “shing and boat building. Grenadas Workboat Regatta is a unique National Treasure that showcases the sailing heritage of Grenada and sister islands Carriacou & Petite Martinique,Ž says Sarah Baker, Event Coordinator. Its an integral part of the culture here, and has become an annual focal point for the islands sailing communities, for all Grenadians, and for overseas visitors who plan their vacations just to be here in February for this great local sailing event.Ž MILESTONE TWENTIETH YEAR AND FIRST-EVER WIN DELIVERS PURE SAIL, PURE SPICEBY CONNIE MARTIN The crowd goes wild as Woburns Alan Noel and his crew from Trouble bring home the Skipper of the Year title for first time in 20 years!PHOTO: TRUE BLUE BAY BOUTIQUE RESORT

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 79 The races themselves are a pleasure to watch, and quite unlike your typical yacht races. Race starts are lively with boats dragged into the water; rudders attached, and sandbag ballast added. Crew must then battle wind and waves to keep their boats in position until a Le Mans-style start has skippers racing in, scrambling onboard, and theyre off. There are splashes, sometimes crashes, and always rum shots at the end. But its not all just racing. The local food and drink, games and giveaways, music, hordes of people, and nonstop party atmosphere provides plenty of action on both water and beach, and the perfect opportunity to soak up some genuine Grenada culture. This years regatta had 25 boats from the communities of Gouyave, Grand Mal, Sauteurs, Woburn, and sister island Petite Martinique, “ghting wind and rain, ripped sails and bumps, to determine top boats in each community. Competition was intense; every racer knowing that only the best make it to “nals. Following that, community boats were set aside and onedesign Festival boats brought out for the National Team Match Races. The Junior Final was well matched, but in the end it was last years champ, Gouyave, who placed “rst again, followed by Woburn and Petite Martinique. Woburn then started to turn up the heat, taking a solid “rst in the Senior Final, followed by Gouyave and Sauteurs. But it was the “nal race for Skipper of the Year that saw Woburns Alan Noel and his crew from Trouble explode off the line and establish a lead which no one could take. Crossing the line with a solid “rst, they became the “rst Woburn crew„in 20 long years„to win the esteemed 2013 United Insurance Skipper of the Year title and trophy. Even a day of rain didnt dampen the racing spirit as skippers madly dash to their boats at race startPHOTO: CONNIE MARTIN

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 81 Grenada The plans always been to win the big prizeŽ, says Alan Noel, Owner and Skipper of Trouble I had Trouble built in Petite Martinique so shed be fastest and best. It took two years, but 2013 was our time to win!Ž And with a US$1,000 cash prize, it was a big win indeed. Theres lots of action in Woburn nowŽ, continued Noel, new young sailors and more boats being built, so well be back next year even stronger!Ž Races “nished for another year, the regatta wrapped up with DJ music and “reworks, and in the end, not only was the Workboat Regatta a great weekend of sailing and socializing, but also a wonderful celebration of Grenadas workboat heritage and a glimpse back into the seafaring days of old. The Workboat Regatta represents a signi“cant part of our commitment to support the continued development of traditional sailing and boat-building in Grenada and its sister islandsŽ, concluded Baker. We have exciting plans for the future and look forward to another 20 years of Grenadas Workboat Regatta.Ž For more information, visit: www.grenadasailingfesti val.com Connie Martin is a world traveler whos currently exploring the Island of Spice. GRENADA SAILING FESTIVAL UNITED INSURANCE WORKBOAT REGATTA WINNERS COMMUNITY CLASS RACING: Gouyave/Grand Mal Canoe 1. Etieron Skipper Carlyle Joseph 2. Sonic Skipper Kimron 3. Sky Red Skipper John George Gouyave/Grand Mal Sloop 1. Endeavour Skipper Andy DeRoche 2. Reborn Skipper Kwesi Paul 3. Swift Skipper Jahuld George Petite Martinique 1. Purple Blast Skipper Orlando Decoteau 2. Elect Skipper Andre Lauia Sauteurs 1. No Retreat No Surrender Skipper Jason Charles 2. La Diablesse Skipper Kenton Olive 3. Planass Skipper Marvin Jeremiah Woburn 1. Trouble Skipper Alan Noel 2. Lion Heart Skipper Michael Joseph 3. Unity Skipper Lennox Julien NATIONAL TEAM SAILING MATCH RACES: Junior Final 1. Team Gouyave Skipper Kwesi Paul 2. Team Woburn Skipper Shakeem Collins 3. Petite Martinique Skipper Orlando Decoteau Senior Final 1. Team Woburn Skipper Michael McQueen 2. Team Gouyave Skipper Israel Dharangit 3. Team Sauteurs Skipper Bertrand Noel 2013 SKIPPER OF THE YEAR: Alan Noel and his Woburn crew Racers hike out while catching a bit of wind on the race coursePHOTO: STEVE BRETT

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82 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Grenada GRENADA SAILING WEEK IS PARTY CENTRAL IN JANUARY! PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALL AT SEA What is the secret to a great sailing regatta? Great sailing of course BUT the boats and crew will really show up if you have a great PARTY that just happens to also be a regatta! Think wine, women and song ... AND sailing in clear blue, warm Caribbean waters ... Where else would you like to be other than Grenada in January! Enjoy some snaps from Grenada Sailing Week AND plan on being their next year to join in the fun and festivities! www.grenadasailingweek.com

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84 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 BarbadosBRIAN TALMA ACTION MAN!INTERVIEW BY TEZ PLAVENIEKS PHOTOGRAPHY BY KENNY HEWITT Enigmatic and colourful, Brian Talma is no shrinking violet when it comes to promoting his beloved Barbados and water sports. With a call to arms of  ACTION ! hollered at any available opportunity, Brians enthusiasm and warm personality instantly rubs off. A former professional windsurfer, with numerous trophies under his belt, Brian now spends most of his time promoting his Beach Culture Lifestyle.The early yearsWhen asked what attracted him to the ocean, Brian gives the credit to his dad. I was introduced to water sports by my father. Some of my earliest memories were of me on his back, catching Without the in”uence of his dad, Brian says he would not have found his true calling and his life could have followed a different path. Brian enjoys the breaking seas courtesy of Hurricane Katrina Cluff Beach Big Wave Sailing

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 85 waves. I was about six or seven at that time and it wasnt long after that I started body sur“ng.Ž Brian lived on the hill that overlooks the now well recognised Bajan surf breaks of Freights and South Point. It was here that he honed his sur“ng skills, before sur“ng in Barbados was cool. Without the in”uence of his dad, Brian says he would not have found his true calling and his life could have followed a different path.Bajan watermanNowadays Brian is one of the leading promoters of Caribbean water sports. In an age when the term waterman is banded around wantonly, Brian is the real deal … practicing a host of different disciplines at a world class level. BLUEBEARD ENTERPRISES 4734407260 OR 4734097260EMAIL US BLUEBEARDSPICEISLE.COM

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86 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Barbados I started sur“ng at age eight, windsur“ng at 16, kitesurfing in 1999 and SUP in 2005,Ž he says. When asked which sport he would choose if it could only be one, he replies: It would be windsur“ng because it has allowed me to live this life, make a living, given me fantastic memories, allowed me to travel and connected me with some fabulous people … many of whom I now call friends. Windsur“ng gives me the freedom I crave and the ability to express myself in the waves. I love windsur“ng at the Action Beach, Silver Sands ƒ Action !ŽCompetitionAs a world class ocean athlete, Brian was expected to compete from almost the very start of his career. This wasnt a problem for the Irie Man, as there is a “erce competitive streak that runs through his Bajan veins. I turned pro in 89 and competed on the Pro Windsur“ng Tour until 04. From 2000 to 03 I was also on the Arti“cial Wave Tour, which banded together a whole host of top action sports athletes including multiple world surfing champion Kelly Slater and skateboarding mega star Tony Hawk. After learning to SUP, I started competing in this discipline. I did all the early world cup events, some of the Waterman League competitions and generally helped to promote the sport throughout Europe. There is so much water in the world and SUP is the perfect sport to make use of all of it! When asked if he misses the hectic travel schedule he used to endure, he answers: I loved the tour but life changes. I was away travelling for many years. I saw people come and go. You cannot do it forever.ŽBeach CultureThese days Brians focus is his Beach Culture World Tour where he promotes the way of the waterman and beach lifestyle. This includes all the water sports mentioned but also music and art … the whole package. In 2012, Brian took his Beach Culture World Tour to Guyana, Hawaii, Austria, New York and Germany. I started my Beach Culture Tour in 2002 and so far its been amazingly successful. Back in the days of competing on the PWA I had to organise everything myself. Now it all gets done for me! I dont have to compete for money. I get paid to do what I love and get given a platform to promote this fantastic way of life.ŽBarbadosBrian is passionate about his homeland … Barbados. As much as he enjoys seeking out new places to indulge in his passions, he always loves to come back to what he knows best … home. Its a place where he feels he belongs. All his family are here and perfect conditions for his sports are everywhere. Brian sums up his home, his life and everything he has achieved in one word …  ACTION !Ž Tez Plavenieks is an experienced freelance writer specializing in action sports and travel. He currently edits, writes and produces content for a variety of different outlets both online and in print. A call to action!

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92 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 CaribbeanSeaCuraao Bonaire Aruba Great Inagua Island GrandCayman LittleCayman CaymanBrac Cayman Islands Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe k itos e lago de d elToro Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda AntiguaColombiaPuerto Rico Jamaica Haiti Dominican Republic CubaVenezuelaCarriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 4 1 Cap Cana, Dominican Republic. Gaze at your yacht docked at Marina Cap Cana from this 3 BR, 3.5 BA, 3013-square-foot apartment located on the “rst ”oor of Building #5 at Aquamarina. Inside “nd a fully-equipped kitchen, laundry area, living room and large terrace, plus full furnishings. There is also underground parking. A short 100-yard stroll along the shoreline on beautifully landscaped walkways leads to international bars and restaurants as well as upscale shops. Price: US $900,000 LAURA ACEVEDO, Broker l.acevedo@inversionesaides.com www.inversionesaides.com Of“ce: (809) 669-3087 | Cell: (809) 669-3958 2 Sail“sh Quay, Grand Cayman. Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac within the gated community of Sunrise Landing on 137-feet of waterfront is this modern single story residence. The 3BR, 3.5 BA property boasts a comfortable 3,311-square-feet with high ceilings, a lovely deck and pool, a Trex-brand dock and a double garage. Partial furnishings are included in the sale price. The owner is leaving island, so this residence is priced to sell quickly. A 32-foot Intrepid is available for sale separately. Price: US $1,195,000 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

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 93 4 5 Misgunst, St. Thomas. Own your own place in paradise. This 25.5-acre plot of land is just about virgin except for the remnants of an old French farm house that dates to the early 1900s. This amazing parcel comes with a rare 1,300-foot of breathtakingly beautiful waterfront where youre a swim away from Magens Bay beach. Theres a path cut to a lush knoll thats bathed in easterly blowing trade winds. Price: US $1,900,000 APRIL NEWLAND, April Newland Real Estate anewland2@gmail.com | www.newland.vi or www.luxuryislandrealestate.com Of“ce: (340) 774-8888 | Cell: (340) 643-4347 3 Calvados Heights, Antigua. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and islands of Montserrat and Guadeloupe beyond from the multiple outdoor decks and verandahs of this luxurious villa. The main house features two large en-suite bedrooms with private baths. Steps lead from the master bedroom directly to the swimming pool with fountain and sun patio. A self-contained 1 BR apartment is located on the lower level with its own private entrance. A separate laundry room and garage complete this property. Price: US $995,000 BRADLEY J. ESTY, Stanleys Estate Agents Ltd. bradley@stanleysestates.com www.stanleysestates.com Of“ce: (268) 562-7599 | Cell: (268) 725-9354 The Landings, St. Lucia. Walk out of this opulent “rst ”oor apartment and “nd the 800-square-foot white sand beach and marina only steps away. This two-bedroom residence features 2 BR with 2 en-suite BA, kitchen, living room, dining room, guest bathroom, laundry facilities, plunge pool, full furnishings and central air-conditioning. A full gym, beauty salon, tennis courts, pools, restaurants and watersports facilities are on property. The marina accommodates up to forty boats of up to 55-feet in length and 10-foot draft and is for owners use only. MICHAEL GREEN, The Landings St. Lucia michaelG@thelandingsstlucia.com www.thelandingsstlucia.com Of“ce: (758) 452-0422 | Cell: (758) 716-0799 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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Check out www.littleships.com for more details on these listings and others! Whitby 37 Blue water ready cruising condition $43K 1988 Steel Cutter. Good condition $69K Marquises 56. Crewed yacht in excellent condition $395K. Best priced available. NAUTA 70 Glorious machine in impeccable condition 1990 72 ft Aluminum ketch. World girdler. Circumnavigation ready. $700K offers. 2010 Voyage 50 OWNERS VERSION Immaculate and Fully loaded $895K 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 JNF Joubert/Nivelt Design. Strong capable steel blue water cruiser. Professional Construction. Ready to go. Lying St Martin 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 1986 Beneteau First. Class 10. Fully loaded with updated racing gear. DEAL! 30K euro Offers. 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. Offers! 1985 Passport 47. Magnificent cutter rigged, blue water circumnavigator sloop $245K 1994 FP Venezia 42. Very clean. All new everything that matters. $235K 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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100 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 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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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 101 44 1965 Pearson Countess $55,000 35 1989 Island Packet $99,000 35 2002 Maxum 3500 $66,900Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 47 1983 Vagabond Voyager $155,000 36 1993 Stamas Express $48,000 26 2001 Twin Vee Extreme $28,000Compass 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 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 06 Catalina MK II, 3 strms, dual helms .=165K 40 92 Caliber, 2 strms, great cond.........=98K 44 65 Pearson Countess, Classic .........=55K 44 77 CSY Sloop, new rigging ...............=69K 47 83 Vagabond Voyager, 3 strms .......=155K 50 88 Beneteau, 4 strms, Charter or cruise ....=92K 52 63 Alden, custom design, exc cond ...=120K 62 84 Gulfstar Sailmaster, very good cond ..=385K POWER 18 05 Key Largo, CC, T Top, 150HP ..=16.6K 26 99 Mako, Twin Yamahas ...................=20K 26 01 Twin Vee, power cat, twin Hondas ..=28K 30 74 Fales Trawler, pilot house .........=31.9K 34 89 Sea Ray Express, diesels ............=55K 35 02 Maxum sleeps 4, genset .........=66.9K 36 93 Stamas Express, Twin diesels ........=48K 39 98 Mainship Trawler, twin diesels .....=89.9K 40 02 Cruiser Express, AP, great cond..=125K 40 02 Oliver Marine Express Cruiser ...=250K 48 99 Dyna Craft MY, 435HP diesels ....=230K 48 02 Dyna Craft MY, 3 strms 450HP Cats... =295K Brokerage

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102 ALLATSEA.NET APRIL 2013 Brokerage Continued on page 111 Powerboats FOR SALE: 49 Grand Banks Motor Yacht, 1987Asking $275,000Contact Ken Huskey: 340 690 6210 or khuskey@attglobal.net 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; 604< 5200 or superbm@prtc.net Continuously upgraded and maintained, 75hp Yanmar, ready for extended cruising with selfsufficient solar, 11 RIB w/ 15hp Yamaha, full instrumentation, SSB, AIS, water maker, currently in St. Martin, $129,000. 1986 PASSPORT 40One owner, in beautiful condition Contact: kyndaforsale@gmail.com FOR SALE IN ST. MAARTEN 1988 46 Fabio Buzzi Speed Boat Featured in the movie "T DE WINDS" St. Maarten Single stepped composite hull. Complete re“ t in 2002. Triple 500 hp mercruisers with 350 hours. Recent complete service and detailing. Excellent condition. $85,000Ph 721-587-7469 or caribpower2004@hotmail.com 45 Wellcra Excellent rough water boat made by Riviera Yachts in Australia for Wellcraft. New 496 (2x375hp) Mercruiser engines and outdrives. Excellent condition with only 125 hours on engines. Always kept on covered lift and meticulously maintained. Generator and air. $79,000Ph 721-587-7469 or caribpower2004@hotmail.com FOR SALE 73/2006 TARTAN 41 … in Puerto Rico OVER =200k in upgrades … older hull with everything replaced incl. rig, sails, interior, electronics, engine, etc. Will sell or trade for real estate any< where interesting in States or Caribbean. =49,900. OBO Please call 617<650<3330 or captainscott@verizon.net ALLIED LUDERS 33 1968 In Bobbys Airport Yard in St Maarten. Needs some work but worthwhile. =5000 Contact julianonlola@yahoo. com for info Sailboats SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/month advertising@allatsea.net For Sale: 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. CONTACT MANNY: (787) 604-5200 or superbm@prtc.net OK BOATS 721-526-1787 WWW.SVWANDERINGSTAR.COMTopper Hermanson Steel & Aluminum Sloop For Sale 40 ISLANDER, Doug Peterson Design Aft cockpit, tri-cabin performance cruiser. Scheel keel, 5' 1" draft. Full electronics, dinghy/davits, nearly new sails. Custom teak interior with cedar-lined lockers. 44 hp Yanmar, Sea Frost refrigeration, bimini, dodger, side curtains, water heater. 110G water, 35G fuel. Full spec sheet available. Docked at Oriental, NC ICW M/M 182. Deaton Yacht Sales: 877-267-6216 JOIN THE MARKETPLACE!Display your Business Here Rates starting at just $50/month 443-321-3797advertising@allatsea.net

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APRIL 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 103 Brokerage 50 Carver Cockpit Motor Yacht, 1996 Twin cats with only 600 hours, genset, a>c fly bridge, galley up, large aft cabin =169,000 43 Hinckley Sloop, 1979 New engine 2013, new Awlgrip 2012 New spars and rigging 2009 =150,000 42 Hunter Passage, 1995 Furling mainsail, Center cockpit w>arch Huge aft cabin, recent haul out =110,000 37 Jeanneau 37.1, 1995 Original owner, beautifully maintained, 2 cabin, 1 head, incustom cradle =140,000 42 Histar Trawler, 1988 Two cabin, two head, covered aft deck Twin Volvos, genset, well maintained =130,000 34 Mainship Pilot, 2002 Twin Yanmars, genset, loaded, 2010 refit, new paint, canvas and electronics =115,000 34 Mainship Pilot, 2002 Single Yanmar, bow thruster Complete cabin, super clean =89,0000 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 47 2004 Beneteau 473 … Private yacht, 3>2 layout, custom canvas ................=199,000 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 41 1976 Hardin … Seawolf Ketch, heavily built cruiser, spacious interior .........=38,000 40 2000 Beneateu Center Cockpit … Well equipped live aboard......................=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 1979 Tayana Cutter … Extensive refit, many custom features, 2011 sails ....=79,000 37 1978 Irwin … Center cockpit ketch, custom arch, recent refit, clean ............=60,000 36 1982 Pearson 367 Cutter … 05 engine, 06 rigging, new bimini top, clean ....=37,500 35 1995 Island Packet Catamaran … Perfect live aboard cat, 15 beam ..........=107,000 35 2004 Compac … Furling mainsail, two cabin, arch and davits, offers ...........=99,000 35 1981 Beneteau First … Original owner, loaded with gear, offers ..................=65,000 34 1984 O3 layout, GMs, flybridge, tender ...................=395,000 55 1986 Angel Cockpit Motor Yacht … 2>2 layout, flybridge, aft deck ...............=175,000 48 2006 Sea Ray … 480 Sundancer, twin Cummins, genset, hardtop ..............=455,000 48 1988 Camargue Yachtfisher … Roomy 2>2 layout, twin Perkins, great live aboard ...=109,500 44 1978 Gulfstar Motoryacht … Roomy layout, perfect live aboard ...................=95,000 42 2004 Searay 420 Sundancer … Twin Yanmars, genset, 2 cabin, 2 head .....=230,000 40 1999 Tiara … Twin cats, hardtop, genset, a>c, fully galley ? dinghy ............=160,000 39 1988 Sea Ray 390 Express … Twin 454 Mercruiser, new bottom paint ........=50,000 38 2000 Custom Aluminum Power Cat … Twin Yanmars, genset .....................=135,000 38 1967 Camcraft … Aluminum crew boat, completely refit in 2002 ..................=50,000 29 2007 Twin Vee … Center console power cat, twin Suzuki 225hp .................=69,000 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 APRIL 2013 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON To kick off the month of April, here are a few quick appetizer recipes to please your family and friends. And remember to assemble a bountiful hors doeuvres spread is easier than you think. Keep just a few versatile ingredients on hand, and youll always be ready for a party.BAKED FETA WITH CAPERS AND CHERRY TOMATOESPrep time: 5 minutes. Cooking time: 15 minutes. Serves: 4 6 Feta Cheese Chopped cherry tomatoes Red onion, “nely sliced Capers Dried oregano Olive Oil Preheat oven to 350F. Slice the feta cheese about 1/2 inch think and shape either into a square a round, a heart, etc. Place on a piece of foil then place the tomatoes, onions, capers, oregano and olive oil on top. Fold the foil over to seal and bake for 15 minutes. Note: Another way is to saut the onions, tomatoes in a little olive oil. Add capers and oregano. Flatten feta cheese into any shape you desire and spoon mixture on top. Serve with crackers.ARTICHOKE HEARTS AND BLUE CHEESE SPREADPrep time: 10 minutes. Cooking time: 1 minute Serves: as many as you wish Bottled or canned artichokes, chopped Blue Cheese Roasted Red Peppers Bruschetta Mix together artichokes and blue cheese. Spread on bruschetta, sprinkle with roasted red peppers and serve immediately. Or put artichokes and blue cheese on a plate or in a small bowl, sprinkle with roasted red peppers and serve with crackers.SEASONED CAULIFLOWER FLOWERETTESPrep time: 10 minutes. Serves: as many as you wish One fresh cauli”ower, cut or broken into ”owerettes Lawrys Seasoning Salt or Bay Seasoning Put in ziplock bag and shake. Place ”owerettes on a colorful dish, serve.CHUNKY GUACAMOLE ON ENDIVEPrep time: 10 minutes. Serves: as many as you wish Chunky guacamole Endive leaves Cilantro leaves Use or prepare a chunky guacamole. Spoon guacamole on endive leaf and add cilantro leaf on top of each.CORN SCOOPS WITH SHRIMP, CHEESE AND SCALLIONSPrep time: 10 minutes. Serves: as many as you wish Pepper Jack Cheese, shredded Green chillies Chopped scallions Mayonnaise Shrimp, chopped Package of corn scoops Mix together cheese, chillies and scallions, a little mayonnaise and shrimp. Spoon into corn scoops and heat in oven. Serve hot. 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. FAST, CROWDPLEASING APPETIZERS