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Place of Publication: St. Thomas, USVI
Publication Date: 05-2013
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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN CARIBBEAN BOATYARD SPECIAL SPORTS FISHING PREVIEW MAY NOVEMBER FREE MAY 2013SAILING WITH CHARLIEHorseburgers in ParadiseRACING South Grenada Regatta & MoreInside: The Riveting Rio Dulce

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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 MAY 2013 Editors Log The Caribbean is blessed with hundreds of beautiful anchorages that offer cruisers solitude or party central. When “rst we arrived in the islands we hit sensory overload after barely two weeks. Our landfall was Martinique and our “rst port after the Canaries, Fort de France. I guess thats why I still have an af“nity with French Islands. In our “rst year in the Caribbean there was barely an island we did not visit. Later, we headed west and then north to the beautiful Bahamas. Having cruised extensively, people often ask which are my favorite islands and anchorages, and look askance when I take time to ponder the question. Even now, as I write, I cant come up with and island or anchorage to top my list. Just when I have it set in my mind, I remember another delightful incident on another island or anchorage and the process starts all over again. What I do say is dont rush through the islands. The Caribbean is still a magical place and the greatest cruising ground on earth. I am now going to turn the tables and ask: What is your favorite island or anchorage? Describe your favorite Caribbean island and anchorage in 600 words or less and well publish your article in All At Sea magazine. Tell us why you “nd a particular anchorage, or island, special and what cruisers should look for when they visit. I was in the marine store lavishing yet more dollars on my boat when I met an English couple at the checkout. The man was paying for a new stainless steel stanchion to replace the one his wife was carrying, which was bent at a seventy degree angle. Being nosy, I asked what had happened to the stanchion, and his reply got me thinking. They are cruising aboard a 50ft catamaran, a powerful beast with plenty of sail area. While sailing towards St. Maarten, the clevis pin on the mainsail sheet failed releasing the boom. The boom crashed across the boat and the ”ailing sheet hooked the stanchion. There was so much power in the sail that it bent the stanchion as if it was made of putty, however, it did prevent the boom from running right out where it may have damaged the rig. I had a similar experience while singlehanding in mid ocean. I had tucked a reef into the mainsail and was tying off the pendants when the boat rolled hard to starboard, the sheet let go and the heavy wooden boom swept me off the cabin top and out over the sea. Terri“ed, I clung on, and when the boat rolled to port and the boom swung back over the deck, I let go and crashed down onto my back, which rather hurt. Strange things happen to stainless steel. I have seen massive pins shear off and shackles Gary E. Brown, Editor twist and break when they appeared to be in perfect condition. With so many boats starting their annual migration, nows the time to get down on your knees, no, not to pray but to inspect those pins and perhaps add a twist of wire to the shackles. In the February edition of All At Sea, we ran a story about hiking in Dominica. The article was extremely popular and several people followed the trails laid out in the story and wrote to say how much they had enjoyed it. Andy and Nicky Gibb of the yacht Intrepid of Dover got in touch to say there is also a written guide to the trails: A Users Guide to the Waitukubuli Trail Dominica; published 2011 by the Commonwealth of Dominica, priced about US$20 and available from Jay Bookstores in Roseau. They also pointed out that we published the wrong phone number for popular Roseau-based tour guide Pancho. Andy says Pancho is an excellent guide with a friendly and helpful character and that he works very hard to help all yachts. His phone number is 1-767-448-1698 (home) or 1-767-295-0525. Email: panchoservices@yahoo.com GET DOWN ON YOUR KNEES See you on the water! Disaster waiting to happen

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10 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 FEATURES 46 TWO THOUSAND MILES TO BRAZIL: PART IIISPECIAL SECTION 51 SPOTLIGHT: BOATYARDS OF THE CARIBBEAN COVER SHOT: Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean 2013 | Photo: Rolex / Carlo BorlenghiTHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE44May 2013 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS17 EVENT CALENDAR18 CARIBBEAN YACHT CLUBS, FISHING CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS20 SAILING HUMOR Earning to Sail, Sailing to Earn: Part II Sailing with Charlie: Escapism26 OUR NATURAL WORLD Coral Reefs: Are They in Trouble? 30 RACING CIRCUIT Sint Maarten Heineken Regatta International Rolex Regatta38 FISHING Living the Dream Wins Golden Hook Challenge Sports Fishing Preview44 CRUISING The Riveting Rio Dulce86 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE88 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 98 MARKETPLACE 102 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 104 CARIBBEAN DINING Another Fun Day on the Boat Continued on page 12

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12 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP63 PUERTO RICO Record Attendance at Caribbean International Boat Show 65 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous 2013 Goslings Black Seal Rum Regatta Series74 ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN Sint Maarten Gill Commodores 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 May 2013 77 GRENADA South Grenada Regatta80 PANAMA Destination: Bocas del Toro, PanamaRESOURCES 82 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 84 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 80

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14 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS JAN AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA This is the “rst day of spring in Yorkshire, England! Under leaden skies and snowed in until the plows arrived, whats a girl to do to bring some warmth and sunshine into her life? Although she didnt go as far as wearing a bikini, Jan followed the yellow brick road to the Caribbean by reading her favorite magazine ƒ All At Sea Jan is now back in the islands, harassing the editor and working on her tan! 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 67 Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous 2013: Salperton and Bolero Winners S & 20 Bol

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MAY 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 74 Sint Maarten Gill Commodores Cup: El Ocaso Steals the Show Mo n PAGE 77 South Grenada Regatta: Something for Everyone P P S Re for

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16 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Party time at Mercury Marine Latin America & CaribbeanMercury Marine Latin America & Caribbean hosted its annual Private Cocktail Reception in February. The event, which was held at The Bath Club in Miami Beach, Florida, welcomed Mercury customers throughout all of the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America. This event was part of the activities that took place during the week of the Miami International Boat Show, which also included general sessions held at the divisions Miramar location consisting of presentations as well as face-to-face meetings with MMLACs staff. The annual gathering is an opportunity to celebrate and thank Mercurys customers for their loyalty and contributions towards Mercurys growth in the different territories throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. The event also served as a platform to present awards within different categories to those customers who truly made an impact in 2012. The reception was also attended by personnel from different divisions of Mercury Marine, Brunswick Commercial Group, Land N Sea and Boston Whaler among others.New Cruising Rally heads south from Trinidad & TobagoSeptember 2013 will see the start of a new annual rally for Caribbean cruisers. Starting from both Trinidad and Tobago, the Nereids Rally is set to pave the way for visits to two of the Atlantics least known cruising destinations: Guyana and French Guiana. Trinidad & Tobago has always been known as a safe haven for yachts during the hurricane season but yachtsmen need not remain hunkered down in an anchorage or hauled out for extended maintenance when fair sailing in agreeable weather is so close at hand,Ž organizers said in a press release. According to the release, the Nereids Rally offers sailors a safe convenient way to discover the Amazon basins least spoilt anchorages and an excellent excuse for prolonging the traditional sailing season. And with formalities expedited, and assistance with logistical matters, tours and provisioning conveniently provided at each port of call, participants were sure to have a thoroughly enjoyable adventure. Registration details and more information can be found at the of“cial rally website: www.marinaslm.com/rally Mercury Marine Latin America & Caribbean dealers from Venezuela and Dominican Republic

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 17 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! Free Cruising Guides establish education fund in HaitiFrank Virgintino, author of Free Cruising Guides, has created an educational fund to offset tuition costs for students at Ile a Vache, Haiti, who need assistance. The initial grant of $5,000 has been donated by Free Cruising Guides together with Marina ZarPar of Boca Chica, Dominican Republic. The “rst grant funds have been released to 16 students, 12 of whom live on Ile a Vache and attend primary school on the island, and four who live on Ile a Vache and attend high school at Les Cayes, on the mainland. In a press release, Mr Virgintino said the island of Ile a Vache has long been a safe and wonderful stop for cruising boats and that the fund seeks to give back to the island of Haiti, which has done so much for the cruising community. Cruisers and businesses who would like to donate to the fund may contact Frank Virgintino at: fvirgintino@gmail.com FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET ST. BARTHELEMY (ST. BARTH)MAY 3 … 5West Indies Regatta Sailing Regatta www.westindiesregatta.com images@alexisandrews.com 268-724-4435ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTINMAY 17 … 19Captain Olivers Regatta Sailing Regatta www.coyc-sxm.comST. THOMAS, US VIRGIN ISLANDSJUNE 17 … 23International Optimist Regatta (IOR) Sailing Regatta www.styc.netJULY 19 … 21July Open Bill“sh Tournament Fishing Tournament www.vigfc.com usvigfc@gmail.com 340-775-9144EVENT 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. ANGUILLAMAY 10 … 12Anguilla Regatta Sailing Regatta www.anguillaregatta.comBARBADOSMAY 16 … 19Mount Gay Boatyard Regatta | Sailing Regatta www.sailbarbados.com info@sailbarbados.comJULY 6 … 7Barbados National J24 Championships Finale Sailing Regatta www.j24barbados.comGUADELOUPEMAY 8 … 12Triskell Guadeloupe and Dominica Tour Sailing Regatta www.triskellcup.comorganisation@triskellcup.com0690-49-57-57JOST VAN DYKE, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDSMAY 25 … 27Foxys Wooden Boat Regatta | Sailing Regatta martin@sailsister ship.com

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18 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 News CARIBBEAN YACHT CLUBS, FISHING CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS SHARE YOUR HAPPENINGS WITH THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITYSINT MAARTEN MARINE TRADES ASSOCIATION The right stuff After much hard work and enthusiasm by the students, volunteers, the St. Maarten Sailing School and the Kids at Sea Foundation, the St. Maarten Marine Trades Associations Build Your Future project was successfully launched in March on St. Maartens Kim Sha Beach in Simpson Bay. In attendance was the minister of education, Silveria Jacobs, and administrators from the participating schools and many cheerleaders. Students of the Caribbean International Academy, St. Dominic School, Milton Peters College, St. Maarten Academy (Vocational) and the Secondary Vocational Education SBO School all took to the water for two short and fun rowing races. Although the St Maarten Vocational boat was not quite ready for the launch, their team representative joined with another team to enjoy the fun. Experiencing the event, SMMTA Vice President Lorraine Talmi said: This initiative has gotten off to a great start, the kids are so excited, and the support from the community has been amazing. We hope this will build a love for the sea that will stay with the students long into their lives. It was fun to notice the on-water lessons of teamwork, as they learned the dif“culty in steering a vessel through synchronized paddling. Some experienced a rather circular or zigzagged course; it didnt seem to matter much, even though one team crossed the “nish line “rst, all of the participants in Build Your Future came away winners!Ž The next step of this initiative is to teach the students to sail the boats and organize frequent interscholastic, as well as inter-community, competitions. The SMMTA worked hard to put the Build Your Future project in place and succeeded where similar schemes had failed. The initiative was made possible with the help of businesses, organizations and individuals who generously gave their time, expertise and “nancial support. In a press release, the SMMTA thanked the marine mentors, the businesses and the local community as a whole for such overwhelming support. They also thanked the sponsors: Aqua Mania, Budget Marine, BWA Yachting, FKG Rigging, IGY Marinas, Island Water World, Kelmador Holding, the St. Maarten Harbor Group, The St. Maarten Sailing School, St. Maarten Sails and The Windward Islands Bank. The release went on to thank the Ministry of Education and all others who pledged their support for the continuation of the project, which aims to teach the students different skills and open their eyes to the many opportunities in the marine industry both in terms of employment and recreation. Please send your Yacht Club & Fishing Club News to: editor@allatsea.net

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20 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013another who is the most respected actuarial (insurance lifespan) number cruncher in London. (Well, not in London„ but they dont know he hangs in Musket Cove, Fiji.) Teachers and tutors and coaches are all in demand. I write these words from Clarkes Court Bay in Grenada. Within a short dinghy drive are exercise, yoga, cooking, and Tai Chi classes„all organized by for-pro“t, live-aboard instructors. One woman aboard an American yacht is booking a dozen taxi tours a week„all for a fee, of course. (She advertises daily, without costs, on the 7:30 VHF net on Channel 66.) ƒ want to join a friendly poker game? Wanna make it EARNING TO SAIL, SAILING TO EARN: PART II MAKING BIG BUCKS WHILE HAVING MEGA FUN ON A SMALL BOAT BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor Earning a modest living while cruising the world has never been easier or more fun. The Internet has truly freed us. What is geo-location anymore? For many of us, it is a joke. Anyone who still has to actually be somewhere„has missed the whole concept of cyberspace,Ž one shipboard cyber artist recently told me. And having a physical address is so yesterday!Ž It is true. I do commercial writing for folks who have no idea Im rolling around naked on a small boat in the Roaring Forties. I have a friend who codes computer games in his aft cabin, Carolyn and Fatty aboard Wild Card the Hughes 36 that twice carried them around the world

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 21more interesting? (Watch your wallet!) Yachties love to learn stuff„and who knows this better than their fellow yachties? Have you always wanted to know how to take good quality underwater photos? Or how to play steel pans? How to cook the local dishes? Which roadside spice is which? Theres a yachtie in Grenada who is willing to help„for a small no receipt fee. Why, theres even a boring writer who will teach others how to write boring prose„for an exciting number of freedom chips. My favorite sailing professional was a balloon-twister from Australia„who dressed like a clown, twisted balloons, and was making money hand-over-“st! Many yachties have TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certi“cates„all the better to teach hardworking Asians, many of whom are desperate to learn English. With the number of live-aboard children growing each year„so does the demand for sailing tutors. Many former teachers have morphed into sailing tutors„laboring to keep the sailing Calvert kids on-track. (Tutors, of course, free up the parents as well.) Yes, teachers have a lot of competition in LA, NYC, and Chicago„but in Chagos or the Tuamotus, not-so-much The Nimble Navigator teaches just that„we saw him grabbing handfuls of cash in both the Canaries and Sint Maarten this year. (He anchors his boat just in front of the local sailors bar„and word spreads fast that hes in town.) I was amused to discover the yacht Shoe String was owned by a former cobbler„who was now sailing on the money he earns from lacing kid glove leather to wheels, making custom turnbuckle covers, and creating other fancy rope-and-leather work aboard. The number of professions that can be engaged in aboard is almost limitless. Barbi Devine (she is divine!) refused to stop teaching piano when her hubby lured her aboard their Whitby 42„which now has a state-of-the-art Roland piano built right in. Ann Miller, the famous marine watercolorist, made her living off her art for many years„keeping the husband and three children busy wrapping and shipping her delicate work all over the world. Floating jewelers abound. When I manufactured jewelry aboard Corina in the late 1960s„I couldnt make it fast enough. So, if you wanted to buy an original Goodlander piece, you had to not only pay„but help make it! (At “rst, I thought my customers would balk„not so! They wanted to be a part of the coolest, silliest scene in Saugatuck, Michigan„and they were.) We know a very well-known Caribbean sailor who is also a YOUR YACHT IN THE SAFEST HANDS!Dockwise Yacht Transport is the worlds premier yacht logistics company, offering hassle-free yacht transportation to the worlds most desirable cruising grounds. Our goal is to help make your yacht shipping experience as smooth and simple as possible, while offering you the unbeatable service you deserve. Why not choose the most trusted name in yacht transport for your next passage? YACHT-TRANSPORT.COMDYT Europe !" DYT USA ### $ !"

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22 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013(less well-known) professional transvestite„who is constantly moaning about how dif“cult is to keep his gowns nice. (He shock-cords them while on passage, so they dont chafe.) A lot of boaters earn in unusual ways. For instance, I just sold my Hughes 38 to a male stripper ƒ who offered a jockstrap of hundreds in payment. Theres a ton of other, more traditional yachtie jobs: I often survey boats for people„especially if they want a thumbs down! Yacht delivery jobs are often hired on a whos around basis„(often with horrible results). Larry Pardey, of course, has worked as a have saw & caulking mallet; will travel shipwright to “nance his voyages. (Lin wields the pen, not the adze!) Many copy editors, prose editors, and proofreaders are going mobile. One of the publications that Ive worked with for many years„doesnt really exist anywhere speci“c anymore. The editor is sailing in one country, the graphic designer is windsur“ng in another, and the proofreader is kayaking in a third. No, the land-locked person mailing out the subscriptions has never met anyone they work for„and never will. If large ”ourishing businesses dont need a physical address„why do you? Lots of yachties play music„for food, drinks, or cash money. Some work as buskers when broke„especially in New Zealand, where Kiwis like street musicians so much that they have an annual festival for them. We know a number of sailing divers who supplement their cruising by collecting and selling tropical “sh„the real secret here isnt catching the “sh, its logistically getting them to their buyer alive. (I spend more time in airports than in the water,Ž lamented our friend.) Much of Asia hasnt gotten the memo theres a worldwide recession„and are currently expanding their exports like crazy. This often means they need translators and proofreaders and copy editors to produce their manuals„and they also need American-style models (for ads, videos, etc). Often, Asian advertising companies seek Western models in marinas„which makes sense. We know two couples (handsome, mid-30s) who are re“lling the cruising kitty in Hong Kong and Singapore by being both hardworking and photogenic. We are also friends with a French dentist who travels to the more remote Paci“c islands aboard his yacht„and gives high quality dental care “ve days a week to those who can afford it, and accepts “sh and coconuts on the weekends for those who cant. Theres nothing on the electrical side of a marine generator that you cant learn in a day or two. (The diesel engine is, of course, another matter.) A growing number of ”oating repairmen specialize: one services a speci“c watermaker, another interfaces a certain type of NEMA instrument line, yet a third specializes in windlass rebuilds. Weve only run into one RIB (rigid in”atable boat) rebuilder in our travels„but he was booked until the Second Coming. My British sailing buddy Peter Thurlow of Antares “xes outboards as he wanders the Atlantic basin. I always thought that might be complicated and require a lot of tools and parts„but he disagrees. Mostly, I drain the water out of carburetors,Ž he says. Occasionally, something is really wrong„but 98% of the time, it is water in the carb!Ž I used to swing compasses (with the WWII Astrocompass my father passed on to me) and adjust sextants„neither of which will make you rich today. Right now, the hottest handy man on the waterfront is the marine refrigeration dude even if hes only been on a boat once or twice. Ditto, gel-coat toucher-uppers. (And for the record,„one of the most popular refrigeration repairmen is a she !) If youre handy with tools and want no competition, you can emulate my buddy Robin, the famous Head Hunter of Florida„who reports his marine job stinks, even though hes #1 in a #2 business! Doing transom lettering isnt such a stretch for many graphic artists„nor is hair-cutting. One yacht-addled hair stylist in Opua, New Zealand, used to see a dozen customers a day behind the marina of“ce„and make a fortune from the ladies. (Yes, good patter and a sympathetic ear are important.) In essence, the ability to earn money while sailing around the world„is only limited by ones imagination, grit, and sweat. Some people, of course, bristle at the above. They think only professional people who have amassed sizable fortunes should be able circumnavigate„not the moneygrubbing workers. I respectfully disagree. Yes, Ive led a varied life. And, yes, Ive done things Im ashamed off„but working my way around the world isnt one of them. Editors note: Fatty and Carolyn Goodlander are enjoying their new Perkins M92B diesel, which, they assure me, is paid for! Capn Fatty Goodlander has lived aboard for 52 of his 60 years, and has circumnavigated twice. He is the author of Chasing the Horizon and numerous other marine books. His latest, Buy, Outfit, and Sail is out now. Visit: fattygoodlander.com Sailing Humor

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24 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH The world continues to be in dire straits economically, we are told. But this season the Virgin Islands charter boat industry has been booming. Charlie has never seen more boats in the anchorages and more and more folks are coming to learn how to sail and eventually go cruising. So is the economy not as bad as we are told or is it so bad that people are looking for a desirable alternative? Jimmy Buffett is the champion of Caribbean escapism … hes made a fortune at it. His message is that a change in latitude will bring a change in attitude. If life gets to be too much of a burden Why Dont We Get Drunk and Screw or how about a Cheeseburger in Paradise...? Cheeseburger in Paradise actually relates to how Jimmy ran out of fresh food on a voyage to the BVI and subsisted on peanut butter and a few leftover cans. He started dreaming of that American iconic dish and when he “nally tied up at the new Village Cay Marina (1978) in Road Town, he headed straight to the restaurant. We gave particular instructions to the waiter on how we wanted them cooked and what we wanted on them … to which little attention was paid. It didnt matter. The overdone burgers on the burned, toasted buns tasted like manna from heaven, for they were the realization of my fantasy burgers on the trip.Ž The song made him an international megastar. Charlie remembers arriving in St Thomas in the early 70s. It was paradise. The weather was warm, the sun shone nearly all the time, clothes and shoes were unnecessary, rum was cheap, the girls were easy and you could buy 25c cans of cold beer from vending machines. Not only that, the Caribbean work ethic was laidback. But the one essential item was a boat: a boat on which to live and a boat on which to sail. Hey, warm trade winds blow nearly all the time … from the same direction; the Caribbean is made for sailors.Ž In the early 70s it was necessary to know navigation the traditional way … with compass, RDF and sextant. Nowadays, navigation is done for you with high-tech devices. To enjoy the boating life in the Caribbean today your expertise must change. It would be wise to know how to “nd and “x problems yourself because there are numerous gadgets, gorbles and gilhickies. If you have unlimited time and riches, you can get someone else to do it but that is a dubious option if youre miles from anywhere. If youre a musician or budding songwriter perhaps you could take a leaf out of Jimmy Buffetts book. Charlie has been racking his brain to “nd a potential hit song to make millions to “nance his sailing lifestyle ƒ and he came up with: Horsemeat Pattie, GM Pickle and High Fructose Ketchup. Irresistible, eh? But just in case this doesnt hit the No. 1 spot, he plans to “nd a rich and sexy “rst mate itching to spend her bulging bank account on their new life in paradise. Charlie admits it may take a while! Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel .SAILING WITH CHARLIE ESCAPISM

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26 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Our Natural World You might have heard the rumor that coral reefs are disappearing. I wish I could say it is just a bad rumor with no substantiation, but good science points otherwise. The reasons for global coral reef decline are complex, so lets start with a basic primer on corals and then take a look at an area that has a long monitoring history. Coral are animals that have a simple anatomy consisting of a cup shaped body with a central opening that is ringed by tentacles. The entire coral contains stinging cells called nematocysts and the whole thing is called a polyp. Corals can CORAL REEFS ARE THEY IN TROUBLE? BY DEVI SHARP Before: This brain coral has bleached due to high sea temperaturesPHOTO: CAROLINE ROGERSAfter: This is the same coral that has recovered from bleaching … coral can recover from bleaching events if they are not severe and prolongedPHOTO: ADAM GLAHN

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 27 be divided into two main types: hard and soft corals. Most corals have single-celled algae called zooxanthellae that live within the coral tissue. The coral and zooxanthellae enjoy a symbiotic relationship. Zooxanthellae “x large amounts of carbon and sugars through photosynthesis, some of which are passed onto the coral. These chemicals are used for metabolic functions and to help the coral synthesize calcium carbonate for their skeleton. Zooxanthellae also give coral their colors. The coral in return provides protection as well as a nutrient rich environment for algae growth. The relationship with the zooxanthellae is vital to the survival of the coral. Coral reefs cannot exist the way we see them today without this relationship with the zooxanthellae. Although most of the corals energy comes from the zooxanthellae, corals do use their tentacles to feed upon plankton but mostly at night, when plankton is more abundant. To better understand the decline of coral in the Virgin Islands National Park I spoke with Jeff Miller, a marine scientist with the National Park Service (NPS). Miller told me about a catastrophic coral die-off that began in 2005. During the summer of 2005 the reef-depth water temperatures at the study sites at St. John and at Buck Island, St. Croix, hit a record high, peaking in September. During that time, over 90% of the coral surveyed began bleaching. One degree above the summer maximum is enough to trigger coral bleaching. When the coral is stressed (anomalies of temperature, salinity or increases in sedimentation or pollution) it can expel or digest the Zooxanthellae, causing the coral to turn white in a process called coral bleaching (recall the Zooxanthellae give the coral their color). As seawater temperatures have warmed, thermal induced bleaching has become more common, and while bleached corals are alive, prolonged bleaching can weaken corals, causing eventual mortality from energy deprivation or disease. The 20 years of NPS monitoring data has shown an increase in reef depth water temperature at study sites around the Virgin Island National Park. Coral can recover from bleaching events if they are not severe and prolonged. But bleaching events like in the northeast Caribbean in 2005 and the Southern Caribbean in 2010, with temperatures much warmer than normal for over a month, are often followed by outbreaks of During the summer of 2005 the reef-depth water temperatures at the study sites at St. John and at Buck Island, St. Croix, hit a record high, peaking in September.

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28 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013coral disease. In the Virgin Islands, coral cover declined by over 60% following the 2005 bleaching and disease event. These losses reinforce that every living coral in the Caribbean is important and just a few degrees increase of sea temperature can have a profound effect upon coral reefs worldwide. Rising sea temperature and coral bleaching are not the only signi“cant threats to coral reefs; ocean acidi“cation, carbon dioxide in the air, pollution, sedimentation, coastal development, destructive “shing practices, coral mining, ozone depletion and careless tourism all contribute to the global decline of coral reefs. Coral reefs are so much more than pretty structures in the sea where colorful “sh hang out. Many “sh are spawned and fed in waters surrounding reefs. Coral reefs are home to more than one million diverse aquatic species, including thousands of “sh species. These “sh hold up the bottom of the food chain of the sea and may hold cures for medical maladies in humans. Losing reefs means losing those cures. Healthy seas and coral reefs generate billions of dollars Our Natural World through tourism and millions from commercial “shing. Coral reefs buffer our shorelines, but can only do that when the reefs are alive. Dead reefs crumble during storms and provide no protection for adjacent land, and “sh go elsewhere. Ecosystems such as mangroves, which are the nurseries for many “sh and other sea life, would be in jeopardy. Devi Sharp is a retired wildlife biologist currently exploring the Caribbean with her husband, Hunter, on their sailboat Arctic Tern Jeff Miller is a “sheries biologist with the National Park Service, Inventory and Monitoring Program stationed in St. John, USVI. He is monitoring the effects of rising sea temperatures on coral. Caroline Rogers is a Marine Ecologist with the USGS Caribbean Field Station in St. John, USVI, and has been conducting research and taking photos in the Virgin Islands since 1984.Coral reefs buffer our shorelines, but can only do that when the reefs are alive. Dead reefs crumble during storms and provide no protection for adjacent land. This star coral is partially killed by diseasePHOTO: CAROLINE ROGERS

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 29 DONT ANCHOR IN AREAS WITH CORAL … this includes sand patches with small coral heads that might be in the way of the movement of you chain or rode.DONT TOUCH OR STEP ON CORAL WHEN YOU ARE SNORKELING OR DIVING. Watch your “ns and dont kick sand on the coral. Fasten your equipment and gauges so they dont drag on the reef.IN SENSITIVE AREAS, USE YOUR HOLDING TANK AND AVOID CLEANING THE BOTTOM OF YOUR BOAT which activates the antifouling paint and is toxic to “sh and other sea life. The following websites provide more information about threats to coral reefs: http://www.coral.org/resources/about_coral_ reefs/threats_to_coral_reefs http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/kits/ corals/coral09_humanthreats.htmlWHAT YOU CAN DO: This picture shows a single colony of brain coral, with a dead portion on the left, a diseased portion in the middle, and apparently healthy portion on the right. A fire worm is feeding on the coral.PHOTO: CAROLINE ROGERS

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30 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Racing Circuit This years 33rd running of the annual St. Maarten Heineken Regatta concluded in spectacular style, with scores of racing boats ”ying down the coast of St. Maarten on the “nal race from Marigot to Simpson Bay. It was classic Caribbean sailing, fueled by the pumping trade winds and conducted on turquoise seas ”ecked with whitecaps. And its precisely what the crews of the 203 boats entered in the event came looking for. The usual stellar sailing conditions, however, werent the only reason there was a familiar feeling in the salty air. The “nal results also had an aura of dj vu. And thats because for the second time in three years the St. Maarten Cup, awarded to the team that records the Most Worthy Performance Overall, was presented to British Virgin Island skipper Mark Plaxtons Melges 32, Team INTAC As they did when winning the overall title in 2011, Plaxtons crew dominated their class„the highly competitive CSA 8 division comprised almost entirely of Melges 32s and 24s„with four consecutive victories in the four-race series. The all-star team had a strong Virgin Islands contingent, including St. Thomas native Taylor Can“eld, as well as Canadian Olympic sailor Richard Clarke. It was an especially sucSINT MAARTEN HEINEKEN REGATTA cessful week for the trio: with Can“eld at the helm, they also won the Budget Marine Match Racing Cup that has become the kick-off event each year prior to the Heineken Regatta. I have an awesome crew, some of the best sailors in the world,Ž said Plaxton after receiving his trophy. Its a real pleasure to sail with them.Ž Once again in 2013, the three-day event in early March began with the traditional round-the-island race. On the CLASSIC CARIBBEAN SAILINGBY HERB MCCORMICK Serious Celebration … Mark Plaxtons Melges 32 Team INTAC earns Most Worthy Performance Overall for the 2013 St. Maarten Heineken RegattaPHOTO: BOB GRIESERThe Catalina 36, MoonDance one of two boats from the St. Maarten Sailing SchoolPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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32 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013second day, most of the ”eet sailed two races: a round-thebuoys contest and a point-to-point distance race to Marigot. The third and “nal day, starting on the windiest morning of the regatta, brought the competitors back to Simpson Bay. As usual, the marquee division was CSA 1, and this year the Grand Prix class brought together two heavyweights„ Jeremy Pilkingtons Baltic 78, Lupa of London and Jan Ruperts Tripp 75, Blackbird The two boats came into the “nal day of racing with identical scores, setting up what became a tightly contested boat-to-boat match race. In a superb display of boat handling, at the end of the day Lupa fended off Blackbird for a well-earned triumph in the big-boat “eld. One of the best things about the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, however, is that its not merely a showcase for the grand dames of yacht racing. In fact, rarely has there been more diversity in the ranks. Yes, the scratch boat in the ”eet was an epic hundred-footer, Tomek Ulatowskis Swan 100, Varsovie But at the other end of the spectrum, sailing the most diminutive vessel on the water, was young Belgian skipper Dimitri Brouhns home-built 21-footer, Libert Brouhns spent 65-days crossing the Atlantic to race in St. Maarten, and perhaps “ttingly, at the conclusion of the event, he was awarded the Most Rum-worthy Performance, naturally sponsored by Captain Morgan. Between these extremes, in another noteworthy performance, was a pair of mid-size boats„a Catalina 36, MoonDance and Racing Circuit 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 The yachts drop their spinnakers as they enter the Anguilla Channel during Fridays Round the Island racePHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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Thanks to an innovative scholarship program sponsored by the regatta, the St. Maarten Sailing School, and IGY Marinas, the Heineken Regatta rookies received extensive training before the event and made their competitive racing debut during it. We supported the project because its key to us to get the local community involved, especially the younger ones,Ž said Regatta Director Michele Korteweg. Getting them to go sailing is more than we could have hoped for and hopefully their enthusiasm will be infectious and we will see more local kids sailing in the coming years.Ž Another major story line for the 33rd Heineken Regatta was the exceptionally strong multihull ”eet, with nearly thirty boats in “ve of the events 19 classes. It was one of the largest dedicated gatherings of catamarans and trimarans in the long history of Caribbean racing. Among the big winners were the Gunboat, Elvis in Multihull 1, and Nils Ericksons scorched Formula 40 cat, Soma in Multihull 2. For full results and more, visit: http://www.heineken regatta.com Herb McCormick is the senior editor of Cruising World magazine and has served as the press writer for the Heineken Regatta for “ve years.

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34 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 It was make or break time on the third and “nal day of racing at the 40th International Rolex Regatta (IRR). Rick Wesslund, who pocketed a precision Rolex timepiece for his class win in CSA Racing 1 aboard his J/120, El Ocaso summed up the fun: After three days and six races total, it came down to the last race on the last day to determine the winner in our class. In the last race, we were in a dead heat with Lazy Dog Sometimes we were in the lead, and other times they were. It was a real emotional roller coaster, but we just hung in there. We stayed on it and we won.Ž The 72 boat international ”eet revelled in the 12 to 15 knots of breeze under clear sunny skies. The one-design Melges 32 class and the one-design IC-24 class, along with the beach cats, all competed on their own one-design courses, while the rest of the ”eet raced round-the-islands in Pillsbury Sound. Youth triumphed in the Melges 32 class where 21-yearold Dalton DeVos, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, held his “rst day lead straight through to the “nish aboard Delta Getting into clear lanes and around the top of the ”eet “rst Racing Circuit INTERNATIONAL ROLEX REGATTA ITS ALL ABOUT TIMEMichigans Dalton DeVoss winning Melges 32, DeltaPHOTO: DEAN BARNESRussias Dmitry Gornys crew hams it up on the rail aboard the Oceanis 48, JoulePHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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36 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Racing Circuit was the formula we used all three days. It worked,Ž says DeVos, who developed his love of sailing from his father, Doug DeVos, who took him sailing as a youngster aboard one-design 35s and 48s. Kid-power prevailed in CSA Racing 2 where Saint Croixs Jack Bishop, with a crew of 14 to17-year-old sailors aboard the J/100 Bad Girl took home the prize. The boat was out of the water for a few years. The owner, Rob Armstrong, wanted to get it back in primarily so the kids could sail,Ž says Bishop, the lone adult who drove. We “nished the “rst and second days with a one point lead. Today, it was good crew work and staying out of the currents that paid off.Ž A double bullet day secured the lead for the J/39, Crystal in the CSA Non-Spinnaker class. The “rst day we were in a three-way tie for “rst with Three Harkoms and Paladin ,Ž explains Puerto Ricos Jerome ONeill, who skippered Crystal. The second day, we won the only race of the day and it eked us into “rst. Our mission today was to cover Three Harkoms We got another two “rsts and that put the nail in their cof“n.Ž In the sleek-sailing IRC class, it was the UKs Jeremy Pilkingtons Baltic 78, Lupa of London which “nished with a ”awless series of six wins. Weve always cruised, but this season we decided to race,Ž says Pilkington. We came to the Rolex because of its reputation, the prominence of the event, and good boats that put us through our paces.Ž Puerto Ricos Efrain Fraito Lugo picked up his tenth Rolex timepiece. This year, it was in the IC-24 class. The boats from Puerto Rico, and all the kids here, make this class really competitive,Ž says Lugo, who drives Orion The “rst two races today we didnt do too well and we lost our advantage. The last race we concentrated on doing all the right things like good starts, good crew work and boat speed.Ž It was the father-and-son team of St. Thomas John and 14-year-old Kai Holmberg that championed the Beach Cat class aboard their Hobie 16, Humbug In the early 70s, when Rolex started, I was his (Kais) age doing the exact same thing,Ž explains John Holmberg. The duo has been sailing together since 2010, including representing the U.S. Virgin Islands at the Central American and Caribbean Games in 2010. Lastly, the BVIs Peter Haycraft was awarded the Commodores Trophy. Haycrafts boats, including his current Sirena 38, Pipedream have raced in all forty IRRs. I have only raced 39,Ž says Haycraft, 80, who will retire from racing after next weekends BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival. My son, Chris, sailed the boat the year I didnt and he won a Rolex. This regatta is always great fun.Ž The St. Thomas Yacht Club-hosted IRR is the oldest regatta in Rolexs portfolio of international sailing events and dates back to 1974. For more information, results and video produced by T2P TV, visit: www.rolexcupregatta.com Report by Carol M. Bareuther Floridas Rick Wesslunds J/120, El Ocaso wins the Racing 1 ClassPHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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38 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Fishing Living the Dream proved they were the Dream Team by winning the 20th Golden Hook Challenge, hosted by St. Croixs Golden Hook Fishing Club, February 23 … 24. The 65ft Hatteras was the only one in the six boat tournament ”eet to catch a bill“sh, two in fact, to triumph. The Living the Dream team headed north and east of Buck Island on the “rst day when angler Matt Ridgway landed a blue marlin. The second day, they headed east and David Ziemer reeled in a rare short-billed spear“sh. Both “sh were tagged and released. The “sh were really biting; just not the right ones, explains David Johnson, owner and one of the captains aboard Living the Dream We were chasing birds and trying to stay on the outside of the mahi and tuna schools when we ended up getting too close and all of our gear went crazy with a triple header of mahi and separately a LIVING THE DREAM WINS GOLDEN HOOK CHALLENGE BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER double header of tuna. Since we were in a bill“sh tournament, everyone was ribbing the anglers to hurry up and reel in the “sh so that we could get back on the bill“sh!Ž Secrets to Living the Dream s success were preparation and a stacked crew of experience “shermen. Our captain, Austin Schneider, did an amazing job,Ž says Johnson. A couple of crew members from St. Thomas … Dean Rasta Dean Dunham and Captain Spike Herbert … were great to have on the boat. They not only helped to make sure we landed both “sh, but they also helped us get the right gear and teach our anglers how to be successful when catching bill“sh, which is very different than other types of sport “sh. We also learned a lot about tagging and conservation programs.Ž Peter Chaibongsai, director of science and policy for the Ft. Lauderdale, FL-based billfish conservation group, The Billfish Foundation (TBF), traveled to St. Winners of the 20th Golden Hook Challenge Living the Dream fishing team members (from left, front row): Captain Austin Schneider, David Ziemer and Chris Hanley. Second Row: Peter Chaibongsai (Billfish Foundation Director of Science and Policy), Matt Ridgway AK Lovarco, Mike Fuller, David Johnson, Spike Herbert and Chad Sheraw; not pictured Rasta Dean Dunham.PHOTO: ALDA ANDUZE

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 39 Industrial Supply, Inc.Ave, Ponce De Leon 655, San Juan, Puerto Rico Croix for the tournament. We applaud clubs and tournaments that report all their bill“sh data and allow us to attend to create more awareness of bill“sh conservation,Ž says Chaibongsai. Allowing locals to understand that their clubs and tournaments (big or small) are essential in voicing their sport “shing concerns in the Caribbean and providing valuable bill“sh data is one of the main goals for TBF.Ž At the awards ceremony, Robert Mackay was presented with a lifetime achievement award and granted lifetime membership in the Golden Hook Fishing Club. Mackay was a founding member of the Club, Board member and participated in every tournament, winning many of them aboard his 48ft Bertram, Leisure Lady For information, visit www.“shstx.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.We applaud clubs and tournaments that report all their bill“sh data and allow us to attend to create more awareness of bill“sh conservationŽ The rare spearfish caught by Living the Dream during St. Croixs Golden Hook ChallengePHOTO COURTESY OF DAVID JOHNSON

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40 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Fishing SPORTS FISHING PREVIEW They dont have passports or visas. They dont clear customs and immigration. Yet they are welcomed like royalty and Hollywood celebrities everywhere they visit. In fact, there is hardly an island in the Caribbean that doesnt pay homage to the blue marlin and its fellow bill“sh by way of hosting a tournament. Here is a sampling of upcoming sports “shing contests.May 17: The 3rd Antigua and Barbuda Marlin Classic Release the most or reel in the largest blue marlin over the 500lb minimum and win. In the spirit of conservation, if you bring a marlin back to the scales that weighs under 500lb, 500 points are deducted from your score. The tag and release of other bill“sh species earns 200 points apiece. Entry BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER fee is $1,000 per team. The winner pockets a trophy plus 80 percent of the entry fees. Skippers brie“ng on May 16 at 7pm in Nelsons Dockyard. www.antiguabarbudasport“shing.comMay 18 19: The 47th Antigua and Barbuda Sport Fishing Tournament Some 40 sports “shing boats from Antigua, Guadeloupe and St. Maarten will compete for nearly US $15,000 in cash, trophies and sponsored gifts. Theres a Marlin Division for bill“sh and Sporting Division for tuna, wahoo, dolphin and king“sh. Theres a family atmosphere,Ž says organizer Alison Sly-Adams. The location in Nelsons Dockyard, where all the boats are anchored stern-to, means you can go straight from your boat to the bar and excellent seafood.Ž www.antiguabarbudasport“shing.com International Billfish Tournament Puerto Rico Club Nautico de San Juan angler Jose Vicente fights Blue on KamajoePHOTO COURTESY OF VIRGINIA DE LOS REYES CNSJ

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 41May 28 June 3: International Cap Cana Bill“sh ShootoutLast year 17 boats released 106 whites, 17 blues and a sail“sh in three days of “shing. Double the entries are expected this year. Teams can “sh in one of two divisions: The Chivas Regal Division has its set of team and individual angler awards for boats participating in the Calcuttas, while the Brugal Rum Division is similar but with no money. This is the “rst leg of the Spanish Main Series. www.intlbill“shtourns.comJune 4 8: St. Martin Bill“sh Tournament New the tournament returns to Marina Fort Louis, the minimum weight to land a blue marlin is raised to 400lb in the interest of conservation, and “rst-ever fun categories for largest tuna, dolphin and wahoo are added. Forty entries are expected. Over $100,000 in cash and prizes awarded. www.bill“sh-tournament.comJuly 19 21: The 50th July Open Bill“sh Tournament Entries are limited to the “rst 25 boats so we encourage all anglers to register online as soon as possible,Ž says tournament director, Jeffrey Kreiner. The early bird special of $3800 is for entries made by July 1st 2013. After that, it will be $4000. This is the July full moon and the “sh should be biting in large numbers. There will be an extra-large monetary prize this year in honor of our 50th Anniversary.Ž www.vigfc.comAugust 14 15: The BVI Open Leg 2 of the Spanish Main Series (SMS) is a two-day tournament up to the Bitter End Yacht Club, in Virgin Gorda, and back. At BEYC, “shermen will enjoy a steak and lobster dinner. The SMS is scheduled at the same time as the Fish for Haiti tournament, so boat owners can contribute to this bene“ciary, if they desire. Boats that “sh both tournaments get 25 percent off entry fee. www.abmt.viAugust 18 22: USVI Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament New … the Super Bowl of Sports Fishing, also known as the Boy Scout Tournament for the events chief bene“ciary,

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42 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Fishing hosts its inaugural Marlin Fest. Fun week-long vacation packages are now being created,Ž explains tournament director Jimmy Loveland. Twenty to thirty boats are expected to compete for cash, prizes and bragging rights. This is also Leg 3 and the “nale of the Spanish Main Series. www.abmt.viSeptember 15 21: Club Nautico de San Juans International Bill“sh Tournament (IBT) Celebrate the tournaments 60th Anniversary with a special offer: pay for two and the third team member is Free! The IBT is an all-inclusive tournament. Offer good until July 31. We invite you to enter our event that last year broke its own record with 102 releases in four “shing days, an average of 2.5 releases per boat,Ž invites chairman, Miguel Donato. Satellite information on water temperature and currents are proving to be a great guide!Ž www.sanjuaninternational.comSeptember 30 October 4: Saint Lucia International Bill“sh TournamentIn addition to “shing fun offshore, new this year is a Fishing Expo during tournament week that will include a Kids Fun Fishing Day, IGFA observer course, workshops, and the “rst annual Miss Bill“sh St. Lucia Bikini Contest. Prizes include a vehicle for the angler who breaks the islands blue marlin record of 707lb by 1lb,Ž says tournament director, Annie Hamu. Other prizes include reels, rods, clothing, “shing gear, trophies and cash, cash, cash.Ž www.bill“shstlucia.com October 5 12: The 50th Port Antonio International Marlin TournamentNearly 40 boats with teams already con“rmed from Jamaica, Haiti, Barbados, Canada, Florida, France and Holland are expected to “sh this Golden anniversary. We have 30 trophy categories including an invitation to the 2014 World Offshore Championships in Costa Rica,Ž says Dr. Ron DuQuesnay, chair of the Sir Henry Morgan Angling Association. Total prizes are valued at US $15,000. www.jamaicasports“shing.comOctober 26: Nevis Sport Fish Tournament Twenty-“ve boats from St. Maarten, Antigua, St. Barths, Saba, St. Croix and Montserrat will compete for prizes such as cash and sponsored gifts in king“sh, tuna, dolphin and wahoo categories. Captain Clivin Christmas, aboard the 31ft Black“n has won eight times and is the boat to beat! www.nevisyachtclub.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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44 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Cruising The sparkling Rio Dulce (Sweet River) may not be the longest river in Guatemala but it is arguably the most famous amongst cruisers and the sweetest of them all, with no pollution from heavy industry, just clean fresh water. This makes it an ideal habitat for a myriad of different wildlife and vegetation and of course a great, protected cruising ground for sailors. Spanning a distance of 26-miles, the Rio Dulce begins at Lake Izabel, the largest body of fresh water in Guatemala. On the lakes north shore is El Finca, a working ranch. Strolling through the verdant pastures and meadows you come to a 12-meter high Agua Caliante (hot water) waterfall where you can bathe in the cool water of the river while the warm water of the springs pour down on you from above. To the east of the lake, the Rio Dulce is guarded by El Castillo de San Filipe, which was built in 1652 to protect against pirates entering this part of Central America, an important staging point for ships at that time. In 1686 the fortress was captured and burned, by the turn of the next century the fort was used as a prison. Later restored and protected, the fortress now forms part of a park. As the river ”ows out of Lake Izabel it narrows and the sister towns of El Rellenos, to the south, and the slightly larger town of Fronteras, to the north, can be found on either side. Fronteras is a vibrantly shabby town where street vendors sell their wares on the dusty road. Colorful vegetable markets arouse your senses and a plethora of small tiendas (stores), selling an assortment of odd items, THE RIVETING RIO DULCE BY ROSIE BURR RIVER, RUINS AND RAINFORESTThe warm waters of Agua Caliente make for a pleasurable day out near the north shore of Lake Izabel

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 45 will cover most of your needs. The town also boasts a reasonable hardware store and good supermarket. Traditionally dressed Mayan women going about their daily business adorn the streets. The towns are linked by one of the largest bridges in Central America designed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. These towns have the only access roads, thus many waterfront properties along the river have a dock and a boat attached. The preferred mode of transport is boat rather than bus. Mayan women and children wash clothes at the rivers edge and surly men “sh with hand-lines under the bridge. Fast launches (pirogues) jet about carrying people across the river. From here, small hotels and some of the most reasonably priced marinas in Central America dot the shoreline as the river runs northeast. Eventually, the river opens into El Golfete (The Little Gulf), a ten-mile long stretch of bay, past the luxurious villas of Guatemalas oligarchy and home to a dwindling manatee population with less then 100 now thought to be inhabiting the waters. These great aquatic creatures are protected by Chocn Machacas Biotope (protected nature reserve) on the northeast corner of the bay where the 186-square-kilometer park, run by CECON, have waterways through several jungle lagoons as well as a nature trail running through the park and its protected forests. The river then twists and turns past sulphur springs and through spectacular scenery, which over millennia has carved its way through the mountains leaving behind the deep gorges. These magni“cent lime-scale cliffs are bordered by thick walls of dense tropical jungle. Mayans paddle about below in wooden Cayucos to a cacophony of tropical bird song and the screech of howler monkeys in the lofty vines above. Names carved into the lime-scale cliffs from centuries ago still leave their mark today. The Rio Dulce now ”ows into the Bahia De Amatique (Honduras Bay) and into the Caribbean Sea where you come across the town of Livingstone and the only Garifuna settlement in Guatemala. Local cafes and restaurants give the place a laidback feel„where not much goes on. This colorful town is the gateway between the river and the Caribbean and can only be accessed by boat. The sandbar at the entrance to the Rio, with depths of 6-7ft at MHWS, limits the number of boats that enter, making it even more appealing to visit. For more information about the Rio Dulce and what it has to offer, visit: www.mayaparadise.com and www.riodulcechisme.com Rosie and her husband Sim Hoggarth, both from the UK, have cruised the Caribbean and North America for the last seven years on Alianna their Corbin39. Traveling along the calm waters of Rio Dulce through deep gorges fringed with jungle The lush, fertile lands of Guatemala produce a superb array of fresh fruits and vegetables The riparian villas of Guatemalas wealthy minority

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46 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 TWO THOUSAND MILES TO BRAZIL: PART IIIBY THOMAS TANGVALD In the “rst two parts of this amazing adventure, Thomas and his family sail south aboard their old Puerto Rican “shing boat Oasis The plan is to reach Brazil before Thomas wife Christina gives birth to their second child. Heavily pregnant and suffering from constant seasickness, Christina asks her husband to change course for British Guyana. Thomas agrees and they sail on ƒ Gaston was quite seasick at “rst but got used to it by degrees, sleeping a lot and playing with his Lego or looking at pictures in his books. The rule on board for safety is he must remain inside as soon as the anchor is up, although he can sit on the “rst step with his head out to look around. On the “fth day, we came across vast mats of Sargassum and saw an unusual amount of sea life, which made me check the still empty “shing line often. Eventually, I pulled it in and it had broken; a “sh had obviously been caught but must have been too big for 60lb line. I must admit I have never had much luck with “shing. On two different days we had periods of very light wind, so light that the mainsail would slat annoyingly with the rolls. This is unusual on Oasis since she has a generous amount of sail and the big keel damps down the rolling very effectively. About halfway, the familiar and gorgeous deep blue gave way to a duller green color. As we sailed through whorls on the edge of the North Brazil current, the blue returned for a day„ although not as deep as normal„and then it was back to green. This also marked the transition to the zone of stronger current, regularly reaching two-and-a-half knots, which would therefore set me downwind up to 60-miles a day, but more usually about 50. As the days went by my wife started acclimatizing somewhat and when the waves were calmer she would even go outside for some fresh air in the afternoon. But still, she was de“nitely rather impatient for our arrival. She would anxiously await the noon sight when I would quantify the previous 24-hours progress and would ask me over and over how much longer it might be. I would say that the current was stronger than I had thought, or that it was hard to estimate, because I cant guess what the wind will do tomorrow, or I would just say well get there when we get there, stop asking me that! Christina buys fresh provisions from the Dominica fruit mon

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 47an unbroken stretch of trees disappearing into the distance in both directions. Oh, to get inside the river before nightfall! This river mouth is vast, and it took another two hours before I could just make out the other bank. There was the lighthouse and, by now, in the fast fading light, I could count the ”ashes and sure enough we were right where I had calculated. On and on I pushed, in six and seven meters of water until it became quite dark and I “gured we might as well throw in the hook for the night. We spent quite a rough night anchored at the entrance in the middle of this immense estuary, with the current against the wind creating small breakers which would, periodically, wash right over the boat. At dawn I set sail and we came across a “shing boat called Natureza and I passed very close so I could ask in Portuguese the state of the tide. We carried on for two more hours and every time I took a sounding it came as six meters, so I started becoming a bit nonchalant and only sounded every ten minutes. Suddenly, we went aground! And the tide had started to ebb already. I tried and tried to break us free but after “ve minutes it became clear that we would dry. A couple of “shing boats came to satisfy their curiosity and they waded across the sand bar and gave us a visit. I asked for as much information as possible in Portuguese regarding the channel up river. Christina eventually looked at me and I knew she had “nally “gured it out; we had never been sailing to British Guyana, we had arrived in Brazil after all! On the 23rd of April, we were getting very close, the water had turned a light brown color, and I eased the sheets slightly. The boat roared ahead, in between and through squalls. We were fast approaching land! I took sight after sight to get as accurate a position as possible. I started taking soundings. Eventually the lead struck bottom. We had around 12-meters of water, and still no sight of land ƒ! River mouths can be extremely treacherous places and more so when the land is so ”at that you have to get very close before being able to verify your position with landmarks. The sun was starting to sink and I kept on putting reefs in and taking them out, in response to the many squalls, whilst trying to go as fast as possible. Eventually, land ho! A thin, grey strip hardly visible at “rst and then quite quickly resolving into Dawn encounter … Oasis speaks to the fishing boat Natureza Thomas welcomes new friends aboard Oasis while they wait for the tide after running aground

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48 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Two Thousand Miles to Brazil: Part III No wonder it took two weeks to sail here. It took us another “ve days to travel with the tides up the Oiapoque River to the town of Oiapoque. The current runs generally at about four knots. The entire way is completely deserted, apart from three tiny Indian settlements of hardly 50 people. The rest is all just towering Amazonian jungle rising straight out of the water on both sides, harboring millions of colorful parrots and red ibis. There was also the eerie call of the howler monkeys, which sound a bit like the wind in a powerful hurricane. Every day we would see a dozen or more “shing boats and canoes going out to “sh or returning with their catch. Towards the end, the rising tide becomes rather weak and does not last long, so I got a “shing canoe to tow us the last few miles. Oiapoque is a bustling “shing town of 50,000 people, with shops everywhere selling everything and anything, making quite a contrast with the quiet solitude of the river. Oiapoque nets over 3000 tons of “sh a month, most of which gets trucked all the way to the booming state capital of Macap. Early on May 1st, our third day in Oiapoque, my wife woke me up and said, I can feel the baby coming now.Ž After several hours of increasingly frequent and strong contractions, she decided to go outside. I hung some sheets from the boom to preserve her privacy. She alternated between standing and squatting to help push. After an hour more, at around eight oclock in the morning, the baby was born to the sound of applause from the neighboring “shing boat. We gave him the appropriately Brazilian name of Lucio and got him his birth certi“cate straight away. So it all worked out in the end; we are now four, looking forward to our new life in beautiful Brazil. And apparently, sailing from the Caribbean to Brazil is perfectly possible after all! Editors note: You can read all three parts of this amazing adventure online by going to www.allatsea.com Thomas Tangvald is a naval engineer and is sailing with his wife and boys to where he can settle down and set up an of“ce and workshop. Engineless, Oasis accepts a tow Oasis in Brazil

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Special Advertising SectionSint Maarten BOBBYS MEGAYARDT he Megayard in Sint Maarten has been open now for 3 years and is located in Cole Bay across the lagoon from Simpson Bay yacht Club this branch has 2 Travelifts a 150 metric ton ( 165 US ton) machine that can haul vessels up to 33 feet wide and a second machine of 75 tons for the smaller sail boats this machine can accommodate a 19 foot wide vessel. This Yard has 24 hour security guard and a 3 meter security wall surrounding the yard with night security lighting. In near proximity to the yard all within walking distance are a full array of the best vendors of marine parts and equipment in the Caribbean. In addition to this there is a full selection of vendors supplying all the services one might need performed from sail makers to rigging, welding, mechanical, refrigeration and electrical all within easy walking distance of the Megayard. There is a second location of the Megayard alongside the airport this Yard has a 50 ton Travelift for the smaller vessels here we accommodates the vessels that wish to stay out longer and allow long term live aboard customers, while this yard has a security fence and lighting there is no security guard on duty. At both the facilities professional assistance is available to solve your boating problems and we have an array of subcontractors that can assist with any work needed to be performed from welding to electrical. The Megayard is experienced at doing your bottom painting and as we use environmentally friendly dustless sanders we do all work below the waterline without any dust. We offer very competitive pricing and estimates are available upon request for the sanding and painting of the bottom. As we here in Sint Maarten are in the hurricane belt we of course offer hurricane storage this is between the months of June to November inclusive this is a very popular service and early booking is essential the boats are chocked and cross braced for security with the masts of keel boats removed as a precaution, many owners take the opportunity to inspect both rigging and mast at this time. Catamarans are offered hurricane concrete hold down blocks and are chocked both forward and aft to prevent any movement during a storm. We at the Megayard feel that we will offer you our customer a satisfying and professional stay in the our yard and we look forward to being of service to you.

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Special Advertising SectionCuracao, Netherlands Antilles CURACAO MARINEW hen Curacao Marine started in 1998 there were few or no yachting maintenance-, repair or storage facilities on the Caribbean island of Curacao. In just a couple of years, due to Curacaos ideal location outside the hurricane belt, Curacao Marine grew to become the biggest yard in the lesser Caribbean. The Southern Caribbean island of Curacao is situated in front of the coast of Venezuela and is part of the Lesser Antillean islands, Aruba and Bonaire. Because of this southern Caribbean location the island enjoys a very quiet Hurricane Season. Besides having a stable economy, a great climate and an international airport, being hurricane safeŽ is still the main reason why Curacao has been getting more and more hurricane layovers than any other island. Curacao has great restaurants bars and supermarkets. As a tourist you will “nd everything you are used to when doing groceries or going out. The island has very nice beaches and a big sheltered lagoon called Spanish Waters.Ž Curacao Marine hauls yachts with a specially designed 38 T trailer by Roodberg This allows Curacao Marine to do the job with precision and care. Multihulls are not a problem. The trailer extends to the width and length of your yacht or multihull. The large soft pads make sure that your hull will not experience any damage or stress during the haul out. At the end of 2013 Curacao Marine will raise their haul out capacity to 60 tons. Curacao Marine now offers 122 dry storage spaces and 45 marina slips for yachts 30 to 100+ ft. Over time the team expanded and more and more skilled and experienced personnel were hired to increase quality and service. Some of our services include hull repair and maintenance, dry storage, stainless steel welding, specialty wood work, diesel engine maintenance and repair. We recently opened our Spray Cabin where we spray paint yachts up to 60ft in an enclosed environment. We would like to invite you to visit us THIS year. Curacao Marine ensures you a great time. For special Hurricane season offers please visit our site, www.curacaomarine.com or like us on facebook.

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Special Advertising SectionG renada Marine is a full service boatyard providing international standards of service in yacht storage, repair and maintenance. The boatyard is located on Grenadas southeast coast, in the parish of St. David, and occupies ten acres of beachfront that embraces the well-protected St. Davids Harbour. Grenada Marine offers a range of services: Osmosis Treatments, Composite/Exotic Material Fabrication & Repair, Topside Paint & Finishing, Marine Woodwork, Rigging, Mechanical, Marine Systems (Electrical, Electronic, HVAC), Metalwork & Fabrication, Brightwork and Antifoul Application. The yard is a certi“ed AwlGrip & AwlCraft and Seahawk application center. Onsite there is an Island Water World store and a Turbulence Sails loft and canvas shop. The boatyard is a sales and service agency for a number of premium parts and equipment such as Volvo Penta, Raymarine, Yanmar, Northern Lights, Mastervolt, Dessalator, GMPCS, Dometic, Maspower, Cristec, Balmar, Seatalk, Navionics and many others. The boatyard currently provides hurricane storage for approximately 250 yachts. The yard hauls and launches vessels using a custom-designed Marine Travelift hoist, which makes them unique among boatyards in Grenada and the lower Carib-Top Row l-r: Jason Fletcher Yard Manager. Herve Pugin Systems. Eric Darnat Woodwork. Stefan Fletcher Mechanical. Dietmar Zuber Metalwork. Bottom row l-r: Isaac Thomas General Services. Louis Cuenoud Rigging. Oliver Burris Yard Foreman. George Radix Engineer. bean. The Grenada Marine hoist has a capacity of 70 tons and accommodates multi-hulls as wide as 31.5. On land a Marine Travelift transporter is used to park a variety of boats, some up to 60 tons, in a safe and space-ef“cient manner. The draft of the travelift slip is 12 at high tide. Recent facility upgrades include construction of a new ”oating dinghy dock and three stern-to service berths complete with utilities. The yard is fenced and gated with 24-hour security. There is a restaurant and beach bar, showers and toilets, laundry facilities, diesel pump and free wi“. Apart from world-class technical work produced, Grenada Marine has developed a reputation for stellar customer service. The staff of 90, headed by Yard Manager Jason Fletcher, provides pleasant and helpful support to their guests and customers, in a warm and welcoming manner. Grenada is known for being a safe and friendly island and the employees at Grenada Marine are no exception. Whether you are looking for summer storage, a topside respray, a simple bottom job, re-powering or a complete re“t, Grenada Marine is the ideal choice for you. As the tagline says We love boats! And it shows. Grenada, W.I.GRENADA MARINE

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Special Advertising Section Capable of dry docking yachts of any size in the Caribbean. Guadeloupe Floating Dock: 45 meters long, 20 meters wide Martinique Dry Dock: 180 meters long, 23.5 meters wide, 7.6 meter draft Guadeloupe and Martinique INTERNATIONAL MARINE MANAGEMENTF inally, a full-service yard capable of drying yachts of any size has arrived in the heart of the Caribbean. Between its facilities in Guadeloupe and Martinique, IMM brings European quality re“t and repair to yachts of all sizes. In Guadeloupe, International Marine Management has a new 45-meter ”oating capable of drying yachts up to 700 tons, 50 meters in length, and 20 meters beam. In Martinique, IMM is able to dry even the largest yachts with a dry dock that is180 meters long, 23.5 meters wide, with a draft of 7.6 meters. IMM will manage all works on board, working with some of the most well known European contractors as well as local resources. IMM can assist with all technical issues... whether it be emergency repairs or planned technical stops, full paintwork, etc. With experienced and knowledgeable teams available in all areas of technical works, IMM is truly a complete technical solution. With its signi“cant quay space available in Guadeloupe and Martinique (depth of 8 meters), IMM also provides a”oat repairs for yachts of any size. IMM has been operating in the yacht re“t market for many years in Europe, and has now arrived in the Caribbean. Fabrice Maitre, the manager of IMM, has in the last several years supervised re“ts of 96 and 126 meter yachts on the Atlantic coast of France, and in Marseille, along with numerous other re“ts on yachts between 55 and 90 meters in France and the Caribbean. Fabrice himself manages IMMs technical operations in Martinique and Guadeloupe. IMM has successfully treated numerous yachts both in and out of the water in Guadeloupe and Martinique. These jobs are completed on time, on budget, and to the full satisfaction of the Captain and Crew. In Martinique, the Captain of a 75-meter yacht in dry dock for a technical stop, stated that the Martinique Dry Dock was clean, ef“cient and well presented, and as good as [they] had experienced in any location,Ž and that all phases of the project went smoothly,Ž with the entire project being completed on time, within budget.Ž IMMs team is available for you 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

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Special Advertising Section Ceiba, Puerto Rico ISLAND MARINE, INC.P rofessional Awlgrip paint applications. Specialized electrical installations. Custom “berglass fabrication. Experienced marine carpenters. Solid welding work. These are just a few of the services that bring boaters from throughout the Caribbean and beyond to our master yacht facility at Island Marine, Inc. located in Puerto Del Rey Marina. After building advanced composite racing sailboats for ten years in New England and providing consistent quality service for 24 years in the Caribbean, Island Marine, Inc. has developed a professional philosophy that we put into practice on every yacht. Our team of 15 craftsmen is ready to deliver the kind of quality service every boat owner deserves, from dinghies to megayachts. Power or sail, mono or multihull, we can haul and repair or re“t a variety of vessels up to 125 L.O.A. With access to three Travelifts, including a 165-ton with a 32-foot beam, 77-ton with 23-beam and 35-ton with 17-foot beam, the options are endless. Our paint crews have been applying Awlgrip products for more than 30 years. Our painting experience includes complete paint works on a 110ft Cantieri de Pisa and a 105ft Hatteras motor yacht. The technicians at Island Marine have installed Atlas and ASEA frequency conversion systems. We install large and small main engines, as well as, large and small gensets. Island Marine, Inc. has been installing and servicing bow thrusters and stabilizers from American Bow Thruster for nearly twenty years. We service Sidepower and Wesmar systems as well. Our experienced carpenters take raw lumber and craft custom cabinets and interiors to your design. Our “berglass technicians are limited only by your imagination when it comes to custom designed and built components. Our most recent creation being the custom hardtop on board La BuscadoraŽ of Tortola which was delivered last fall. Island Marine, Inc. now offers that latest technology in antifouling removal with the purchase a mobile HVLP wet blasting system. This advanced blasting system removes anti-fouling from gelcoat, steel, or aluminum and leaves behind the perfect pro“le for barrier coat and new paint application. Not only is the system fast and effective, its environmentally friendly using a blasting media that contains no heavy metals or silica. If you need basic annual maintenance, a complete re“t or maybe something in between, youre in capable hands at Island Marine, Inc. Located on the East coast of Puerto Rico in Puerto Del Rey Marina.

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Special Advertising Section Tortola, BVI NANNY CAY BOATYARDN anny Cays full-service boatyard currently has storage for 230 yachts but is in the last stages of expanding the boatyard by approximately two acres allowing for the additional storage of the equivalent of 50 catamarans. The boatyard is accessed via Nanny Cays naturally sheltered marina with berths for 180 yachts and high-speed fuel dock. In the Summer of 2012, “ve new superyacht berths, each capable of taking yachts up to 40 metres in length, were installed by Walcon. Nanny Cay has two boat lifts: one is a conventional Acme Marine Hoist capable of lifting monohulls up to 68 feet long, 10 feet draft and weighing up to 50 tons; the other is a wide-body Marine Travelift, capable of lifting and moving catamarans up to 32 beam and 70 tons in weight. Nanny Cay offers a highly secure Yacht Leg & Cradle Company cradle storage system for monhullls that earned it status as an approved hurricane storage facility by Pantaenius, one of the worlds leading insurer of luxury yachts. Nanny Cay also has 80 cradles for catamarans and every catamaran stored in the boatyard is secured with four “ve-foot sand screws. Wide ranging on-site services include shipwrights, “berglass and Awlgrip experts; yacht “tting; technical, electrical and mechanical marine engineering services; yacht surveying; rigging, and a sail loft. Equally, boatyard guests are able to stay onboard, undertake their own maintenance work, and use the marina bathroom and shower facilities. Nanny Cay also has hotels rooms and offers 20% discount to boatyard guests. Amenities for boatyard and marina guests include:120/220V electricity with 100% site-wide backup power; luxury shower facilities and restrooms; potable water and ice from Nanny Cays own R/O plant; free garbage disposal; laundry; free WiFi internet access; provisioning store; yacht sales; yacht management. Nanny Cay also recently installed a waste oil storage unit with 64 square foot containers and emergency trap. Nanny Cay also operates a 2,800 square foot Budget Marine Chandlery which has over 6,000 products in stock and a special order service. Nanny Cay is the BVI dealer for AB In”atables and Tohatsu outboards. In March 2013, construction started on a new commercial building in the corner of the boatyard behind the supermarket. It will be a two-storey, 80 by 40 foot steel framed structure. The ground ”oor will be used for commercial and retail space while lockers will be upstairs. Cay Electronics will be moving from Road Town into this new building.

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Special Advertising SectionTrinidad, W.I. PEAKE YACHT SERVICES LTD.W ith a 150-ton travel lift and storage capability for over 350 boats, we have handled luxury sailing and motor yachts, racing maxis, survey vessels and heavy-duty tugs. We also cater to craft up to 31-foot beam. We have taken equal care and pleasure in looking after a 16-foot sloop that sailed around the world three times. Our secure, beautifully landscaped yard is situated in the Chaguaramas National Park in the lush north-west peninsula of Trinidad. We are located at 10 degrees 41 minutes north latitude, which places us below the hurricane belt. From antifouling to woodworking to boat building, we offer a vast range of on-site services that cater to all your boating needs. If youre interested in selling your boat or perhaps buying another, our brokerage can help you. We can “nd the right person for your boat or the right boat for you. If the boat of your dreams is not on our list, we can help you “nd it. After a hard days work, you can relax on the terrace of our ocean-view restaurant for a drink or a delicious meal. Need a good nights rest? You can check into our hotel for air conditioned comfort and a worry free stay. We hope to have the opportunity of looking after your boat and making your stay with us as satisfying as possible. We invite you to email us your questions, comments or suggestions. We would be happy to hear from you!

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Special Advertising Section Grenada, W.I. SPICE ISLAND MARINE SERVICESS pice Island Marine Services, Grenada, has been in operation in the south of the island for almost 30 years. We offer complete yacht refurbishing and major “berglass repair work. Our team of employees pride themselves in making sure our valued customers are completely satis“ed with any job done. Glyn JuniorŽ Evans is the Managing Director of the Company and has a very hands on approach with the staff and customers. His open door policy is welcomed by customers and staff alike. Our top team members have been with Spice Island Marine Services for over 20 years. Michael MiceyŽ Scott, our chief Travelift Operator, has been with the Company since its inception. Franklyn FrankieŽ Williams is our Yard Supervisor and specializes in Awlgrip work. Annabelle Belmar, our Of“ce Manager, runs the day to day business of the Company and is the goto person whenever there is a problem. Annabelle, or Annie as she is known, started working with Spice Island Marine Services a year after it opened and is knowledgeable in all aspects of the business. Other team members include Hilton SnaggyŽ Snagg, who oversees the organizing of the yard and has been with the Company for many years. Susie Grey, our friendly Customer Services Person handles most of the communications and reservations and Solomon Jeremiah, who is not only the Company Driver but also the Company Broker and is always willing to help with whatever he can. Budget Marine, Grenada, has a large chandlery on our premises and there are various Contractors operating out of the Spice Island Marine Services. Turbulence Sails, TechNik and De Big Fish all contribute to making this a full yacht service facility. In addition, we offer free wi-“ to our customers ashore and there are washers and dryers, bathroom facilities and ice and 24hour security. Transport to and from the airport is easily arranged and there are budget-friendly accommodation options nearby. Shopping, restaurants, supermarkets, the airport, beaches, etc are very accessible as we are less than 5 minutes to the bus routes.

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OCTOBER 2010 ALLATSEA.NET 60 Special Advertising SectionSt. Thomas, US Virgin Islands SUBBASE DRYDOCK, INC.S ubbase Drydock, Inc., a family owned and operated business, has been serving our customers since 1981. We can handle all of your marine repair needs. Our facility boasts two ”oating drydocks 350 Tons and 1,000 Tons! We are also home to a full service machine shop and welding shop. We can handle anything from a simple spot weld to a full custom fabrication project. We carry the largest inventory of stainless steel and aluminum on the island, and have a full service rigging shop and sail loft on premises. Carpentry, “berglass and carbon “ber work are all within our areas of expertise. We can also machine shafts up to 12Ž and perform engine alignments. We can provide you with a list of references, local accommodations, and other marine specialists. Call or email today to request a quote for your next haulout. Location Subbase Drydock is located on the south side of St. Thomas in the area known as Subbase.Ž We are adjacent to the Crown Bay cruise ship terminal and have deep water approaches. Our 1,000 ton and 350 ton drydocks can handle large yachts and vessels. Facilities and Products We carry a wide variety of paint products including Ameron, Micron and SeaHawk. Need something special? We can order it and arrange shipping for you. We work closely with a variety of vendors and can get most standard items on island within three days. What cant be ordered can often be fabricated in our full service machine shop.

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61 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2010 Special Advertising SectionVirgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands VIRGIN GORDA YACHT HARBOURY ou can relax, knowing that your boat is protected. The Hurricane Pitt boat service at the Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour, is a signature, insurance approved, boat protection system and is the best offer for boat storage. Over the years, many of our customers have repeatedly used this service and they continue to show extreme satisfaction with it by their continued patronage. Some have been using this service since 1983 and swear to its effectiveness. Due to the location of the Hurricane Pits on the west side of Spanish Town, you will receive the bene“t of a reef located approximately 400 feet in front of the shore line, which acts as an additional barrier providing extra protection during adverse weather. This makes our boat yard a safe choice when storing your boat during the summer months, or in anticipation of any storm. For more details and to book, please contact Mr. Keith Thomas at kthomas@virgingordayachtharbour.com or 1 284 495 5500.

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 63 Puerto Rico RECORD ATTENDANCE AT CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW BY CAROL M. BAREUTHERThere was something for everyone at the 2nd Chrysler Caribbean International Boat Show (CIBS), held at Puerto Ricos Puerto del Rey Marina, March 8 -10. Over 14,000 avid boaters from the Caribbean and U.S. came to check out the array of extraordinary yachts and nautical products at the largest boat show in the Caribbean. Puerto Rico has an opportunity to promote itself through this event as the premier nautical destination in the Caribbean, providing an opportunity for international visitors and buyers to explore and see everything the island has to offer,Ž says Arturo Guzmn, chief executive of“cer and producer of the AG Group, which orchestrated the event. Roger Casellas, of Yacht Center of the Caribbean Inc., which represents Bertram Yachts, Maritimo, and F&S Boatworks, says, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean International Boat Show should be the hub for the Caribbean as well as parts for Latin America. We are seeing more manufacturer presence and support to the local vendors.Ž The chance to advertise, reach new customers, showcase new and pre-owned yachts and support the boating industry and economy of Puerto Rico are reasons why Carli Rodriguez, of CRF Yacht Sales, who represents brands such as Viking, Princess, Edgewater, Silvertone, Davis and Egg Harbor, participated in the show. The bene“ts of buying a boat in Puerto Rico are that the boats are well kept and available at good prices.Ž Pluses for CIBS attendees are the opportunity to see the latest models, both power and sail, without having to travel all the way to the U.S. or Europe. Jim Veiga, of Atlas Yacht Sales, illustrates this with the brands he represents. Lagoon and Jeanneau are constantly innovating and coming out with amazing models at incredibly reasonable prices. Prestige is a pretty new line of motor yacht that is having incredible success in Europe. Prestige Yachts are very stylish and have performance and comfort features that you just dont “nd on boats in their competitive market range. Hunter was just purchased by David Marlow, known for Marlow Yachts. They are in their “rst year and the quality improvements to the line are not only impressive but evident.Ž In addition to viewing yachts, CIBS attendees were treated to over one million square feet of nautical exhibitions throughout the marina that showcased activities such as power boating, sailing, “shing, scuba diving, marine electronics, water sports, travel and much more. Exhibitors such as Flyboard, which market a device that lets the user ”y up to 35 feet in the air supported by streams of water generated by a jet-ski engine, gave live demonstrations. The Power Squadron hosted a seminar for kids about boating safety. Other highlights were the Ulysses Nardin International Regatta, in which over 40 sailboats raced, and the CIBS Offshore Cup, which featured over 60 racing power boats. For more information, visit: www.cibspr.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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64 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 TEL +34 952 476 090 FAX +34 952 471 498 www.EdwardWilliam.com As marine specialists, we can arrange insurance for Comprehensive cover with no hidden conditions and insurance is not normally subject to a survey. Survey Not Normally Required Any Boat Any Use Personal Belongings Equipment Cover No Claims Discounts Contact us today for a tailormade quote or click to our web site and complete the proposal form. Any Craft, Any Use, Any Age, Anywhere! Boat Insurance d

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 65 British Virgin Islands Eighteen Swans representing nearly ten countries and territories took ”ight in the “rst Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean, held out of the Yacht Club Costa Smeraldas (YCCS) new clubhouse in the British Virgin Islands, March 11 15. The event was organized by Rolex, Nautors Swan and YCCS, who have established close ties through organizing the Rolex Swan Cup in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, since the early 1980s,Ž explains Jill Campbell, YCCS press of“cer. The event was open to all Nautors Swan Yachts. We had 21 boats enrolled, although three didnt race and instead decided to watch the racing and enjoy the social events. This is a good turnout for an inaugural event and is what we expected.Ž Swans were divided into Maxi, IRC-rated and Cruising classes. Light winds prevailed over the four days of racing. This made the tacticians job harder and competition keener. The entire ”eet sailed one race per day on courses set around islands, cays and rocks between Virgin Gorda and Anegada, which included Sir Richard Bransons private Necker Island. In the end, it was the USAs James Maddens Swan 601, Stark Raving Mad which won the Maxis. The victory over the Cayman Islands Wendy Schmidts Swan 80, Selene was super sweet for two reasons. First, Madden had had to settle for second place in last years Rolex Swan Cup in Porto Cervo, when a broken spinnaker in the last race dashed his hopes for a win. Secondly, it came down to Madden driving to a “rst on the last race on the last day to give his team the victory in ROLEX SWAN CUP CARIBBEAN BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER BRINGING MORE COMPETITION TO CARIBBEAN REGATTA SCENE

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66 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 British Virgin Islands what ultimately was a tie breaker between Stark Raving Mad and Selene which both “nished with six points apiece. The USAs Philip Lotzs Swan 42, Arethusa beat the UKs James Blakemores Swan 53, Music in the IRC class. Both Madden and Lotz received Rolex timepieces and the opportunity to keep their Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean trophies for a year. Finlands Matti Rajala won the Cruising class aboard the Swan 46, Eclipse The Swan crews that didnt take top prizes did win in another way. That is, the opportunity to enjoy more great Caribbean racing. Peter Hautzagers, who chartered a Swan 45 and named it Island Water World explains, I use to live in St. Maarten, but have called Holland home for the past 18 years. Ive raced IC24s, Melges 24s and this year decided to charter a Swan. The Rolex Swan Cup allowed us to do three competitive regattas … the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean and International Rolex Regatta … in the space of three weeks. I love sailing, but I dont like to take too much time. I have six children at home.Ž Hautzagers added, The hospitality and organization of the Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean was outstanding. There was a nice mix of long and short courses, which we enjoyed.Ž The same theme held true for Northern Child a race-charter Swan 51 owned by the UKs Christian and Lucy Reynolds. We came over on the ARC, and do the RORC Caribbean 600, St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, International Rolex Regatta, BVI Spring Regatta and Antigua Sailing Week, before returning to the UK for the Fastnet and Cowes,Ž Reynolds says. The Swan Cup made a nice addition to our Caribbean calendar.Ž The Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean will be held biennially on alternate years to the Mediterranean regatta. The Rolex Swan Cup in Porto Cervo will take place in September 2014. For full results, visit: www.yccsresults.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 67 LORO PIANA CARIBBEAN SUPERYACHT REGATTA & RENDEZVOUS 2013 On the “nal day of racing at the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous, there was a palpable sense of expectation on the dock. Not only were the owners of the 20 sailing Superyachts and their guests and crews looking forward to another classic day on the water, all was to play for with victory up for grabs in all classes. With a breeze of 10 to 12 knots, the race committee chose a long course clockwise around Virgin Gorda and outside all the Dog Islands, with the Division B yachts rounding inside Ginger Island and the Division A yachts heading outside Ginger. With most of the yachts heading left on the “rst beat, the “rst real test was at the northeast corner of Virgin Gorda. Here the kites were hoisted and the yachts were set for an epic gybing battle all along the south side of the island. By the time the Division B yachts reached Round Rock, the 62m Athos was out in front with the 23.5m Wild Horses just three minutes behind. The 25.2m Sejaa was also having a good day, rounding third. Meanwhile, the Division A yachts were “ghting tooth and nail and by the western end of Ginger Island, it was Indio that had made the best progress on the run. She dropped her kite and hardened up for the reach to the Dogs a minute ahead of Salperton and Cape Arrow who were separated by just ten seconds. Hanuman P2 and Rebecca were not far behind. From the Dogs it was a “nal beat to the “nish, and it was Indio who took the “nal line honors. With so many close “nishes, there were tense moments as the yachts headed back to the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda marina while the race committee crunched the numbers to see who the victors would be. British Virgin Islands SALPERTON AND BOLERO WINNERSSalperton winner of Division A overall, Division As cruising division, and the Boat International Media Trophy

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 69 British Virgin Islands In the end it was the 45m Fitzroy Salperton that took the lions share of the glory, nailing a bullet in the last race on corrected time to secure the win in Division A overall, Division As cruising division, and the Boat International Media Trophy. In Division B, a strong third race … and a second bullet … meant that the classic 22.4m ketch Bolero took the series. We did well today,Ž said Ian Walker, double Olympic silver medalist and tactician aboard Salperton We were one of the most offshore yachts on the run and I think we had a bit more wind. It was a good course today … the “rst day was a reaching course, which was good for us, and the second day was a bit light. Today was a good mix. We just had to sail as clean as we could and we had great crew work. You could argue that it was yesterday that won it for us with a sixth place … it was all about keeping in touch.Ž Ed and Marty Kane, owners of 63-year-old Bolero … at 22.2m the smallest the oldest boat in the ”eet … won Division B by scoring bullets in the “nal two days of racing after starting with a fourth. Commodore Riccardo Bonadeo of YCCS was understandably pleased.ŽIt was amazing to see this ”eet sailing together on the waters of the British Virgin Islands. The owners should be really proud of how they raced these huge superyachts. Feedback from the owners and crews and from the sponsor Loro Piana has been excellent and we can expect to see an even more impressive ”eet gathered at YCCS Marina this time next year.Ž Once all the yachts were safely back on the dock, their owners, guests and crews congregated on the YCCS lawn for the prize giving ceremony and the “nal moments of what has been a spectacular event. For further information about the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous 2013, visit: www.loropianasuperyachtregattaandrendezvous.com The Yacht Club Costa Smeralda Marina, North Sound, Virgin Gorda

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 71 British Virgin Islands GOSLINGS BLACK SEAL RUM REGATTA SERIES BY CAROL M. BAREUTHERFIREWATER TOPS DARK N STORMY, REBA/TEAM RED STRIPE TAKES SERIES Two prizes were up for grabs at the BVIs West End Yacht Clubs annual Dark n Stormy regatta. The March 9 … 11 fungatta featured races west to Anegada from Tortola and back east again with a lay-day in the middle. In addition, the Dark n Stormy was the “nale of the six event second annual Goslings Black Seal Rum Regatta Series that kicked-off with the Firecracker 500 last July. Though excitement ran high and so did the seas, the winds didnt cooperate. The 31-boat ”eet ultimately motored or was towed to Anegada. The race back was pursuit-style with each boat assigned an individual start time based on its handicap. This meant that the “rst boat across Firewater … winner of the Dark & Stormy and 3rd in Goslings Series Governor Boyd McCleary presents 1st place Gosling Series Trophy to the crew of Reba

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72 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 British Virgin Islands Situated on the north of Antigua close to the international airport and the city of St. John's where shopping, supermarkets, banks and all the normal services usually available in a capital city can be found. The most modern marine facility in Antigua with a large capacity for storage ashore on a concrete base with welded stands and tie downs. Undercover storage also available. Pressure washing, hull scraping, water supply and repair services. Dockage, slipway launching facilities, tender storage. Workshops and store rooms available short term leases. 150 ton travel lift, 30 ft beam. 50% advance deposit. All charges in US$. Rates available on request. All vessels must have 3rd party insurance. Some berthing available. For Further Information, Bookings and Rates, NORTH SOUND MARINA DUTCH SIDE … Bridge Operator: VHF Ch. 12 FRENCH SIDE Bridge Operator VHF Ch. 16 / Tel: (590) 87 20 43 Outbound & Inbound (Outbound Traffic procedes Inbound Traffic) 0815 hours 1430 hours 1730 hours St. Maarten (Netherlands Antilles)/ Sint Martin (French West Indies)BRIDGE OPENING TIMES Outbound Inbound 0900 hours 0930 hours 1100 hours 1130 hours 1630 hours 1730 hoursCall Bridge Operator for permission to enter or leave Simpson Bay Lagoon. the line took the prize. This years trophy went to Henry Leonnig driving his yacht Firewater I have no secret,Ž says Leonnig. My boat, a Melges 24, was built to go down wind fast. And that is the race back to Nanny Cay. If all races were down wind, I would probably have a lot more success.Ž Firewater s “nish position in the Dark n Stormy was good enough to secure Leonnig third place overall in the Goslings Series. First and second were awarded to Jon Charltons C&C 41, Reba/Team Red Stripe and Kevin Rowlettes Olson 30, Rushin Rowlette respectively. It all came down to a razor close “nish between these two top contenders. Reba/Team Red Stripe s Charlton says, We were in the lead by one point over Rushin Rowlette after completing “ve of “ve races in the series. Kevin had to beat us and put one boat in between us to win outright. If he would have come in “rst and us second, we would have been tied. After the tie breaker, we both still would have been tied, and then be co-winners of the series. That is how close it was. It made it fun and exciting. It marked the culmination of doing well over a number of races, which is dif“cult to do.Ž Rushin Rowlette started a few seconds behind Reba/Team Red Stripe in the last race of the Dark n Stormy. Therefore, Charltons strategy called for keeping his chief competitor covered. We felt we had very similar speed in the given conditions, so we just tried to stay between him and the “nish line,Ž says Charlton. It worked, we “nished second and Kevin third, which meant that we won the series with Kevin just two points behind in the series “nal standings.Ž Theres always next year as far as Rushin Rowlette is concerned. We were close all the way through, but that last race just wasnt our kind of race. We do better upwind in the light wind. The concept of a Series is a great idea though as it gets more people out. Were looking forward to the next one.Ž Wild“re ended 4th in the Goslings Series and Girasoli rounded out the top “ve. A total of 97 yachts sailed in the series, up from 72 yachts last year. For more information about the 2013-2014 Goslings Black Seal Rum Regatta Series, contact: martin@sailsistership.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. The race back was pursuit-style with each boat assigned an individual start time based on its handicap.

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74 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 In a stunning preview of coming attractions, forty-“ve boats in four spinnaker-”ying divisions set sail in the sparkling waters of St. Maarten to race in the Gill Commodores Cup, the tune-up event to the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta. The traditional warm-up series is sponsored by Gill, the regattas of“cial technical apparel supplier. On a day that appeared to have been ordered up by the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau„with crystal clear skies and an ideal 10-12 knot east-southeast breeze„the race committee conducted three windward leeward races in the waters off the islands southern shoreline. Some crews fared better than others, performing crisp spinnaker sets and douses and displaying excellent boat-handling skills. But there were also the usual gaffes and mistakes to be expected from other teams that are ramping-up programs after some time off the racecourse; those crews took advantage of the venue and the ideal conditions to get in a strong day of practice. Among the boats that were in top form and served notice that they would be forces to be reckoned with in the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta and elsewhere this year were Jan Ruperts sleek Tripp 75, Blackbird and John Wilsons 78-footer, Idea in the Gill 1 class. In Gill 2, Greg Slyngstads J/125, Hamachi ; perennial contender Sergio Sagramosos SINT MAARTEN GILL COMMODORES CUP EL OCASO STEALS THE SHOW St. Maarten / St. Martin J/122, Lazy Dog ; and Richard Wesslunds J/120, El Ocaso were all in “ne fettle. Gill 3 standouts included Lawrence Aquis pretty blue Dufour 40, Wild Ting and Raphael Magrass X-Yachts 34, Maelia In Gill 4, all-star crews aboard a pair of Melges 32s, Mark Plaxtons Team INTAC and Jaime Torress Smile and Wave waged a wicked duel. When the preliminary scores were tallied, and the cream had risen to the top, Blackbird was the winner of Gill 1 with three consecutive “rst-place “nishes. The hard-fought Gill 2 was packed with the most competitive boats in the ”eet and when the dust settled, Wesslunds El Ocaso picked up where she left off at last years St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, when she won her class and the title of Most Worthy Performance Overall. El Ocaso was joined on the Gill Commodores Cup division 2 podium by Lazy Dog and Hamachi respectively. In Gill 3, Maelia nipped Wild Ting by a single point to take top honors in the 16-boat class. And “nally, in Gill 4, Team INTAC was the winner by virtue of three consecutive bullets, with Smile and Wave second. In third, Andrea Scarabellis Melges 24, Budget Marine/Gill was the top “nisher among the half dozen 24s in the “eld. For more information, visit: www.heinekenregatta.com/ Blowing away the cobwebs The sports boats mix it up with the big boys PHOTOS: OCEANMEDIA

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 77 GrenadaSOUTH GRENADA REGATTASOMETHING FOR EVERYONEBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Fleet racing, match racing and junior racing offered something for everyone at the 5th South Grenada Regatta (SGR), hosted by Le Phare Bleu Marina & Boutique Hotel, February 21 … 24. The ”eet racing kicked-off “rst, with two races each on the “rst and third day of the regatta. Match and youth racing taking place on the day in-between. Fleet racing courses took the cruising and fun classes around buoys and bays on the islands south side, while match and junior racing took place closer to shore. Winds ranged from 18 to 25 knots creating perfect Caribbean sailing conditions. Try hard and never give up! This was the secret to success for Jason Fletcher, who skippered his Albin Stratus 36, Apero to an overall win of the 2013 SGR. The crew worked well and with Rasmus not showing up, the battle between ourselves, T2 and Bloody Mary was very close but we managed to inch them out by mere seconds. I would say that a bit of luck, favorable conditions, good crew work and a solid boat is how we managed to win.Ž In the four individual ”eet races, it was Richard Szyjans Category 6 that won the North South Wines Veuve Cliquot Cup, Jerry Stewarts Bloody Mary the Westerhall Cup, Robbie Yearwoods IWW Die Hard the Netherlands Insurance Cup, and Fletchers Apero the Island Water World Cup. Frank Pearce, vice president of the Grenada Sailing Association and owner/skipper of the 50-foot schooner, Samadhi bested the Fun Class in three out of four ”eet races. This has been the second year running that we have entered this regatta,Ž says Pearce. We just had to return. Not only is the sailing great with interesting courses, plenty of wind and a good turnout, but the social events and the generosity of the organizers, have been almost without equal.Ž Eight teams battled it out in match racing aboard Moorings and Sunsail 39-foot charter boats. Competition proved tight and weather conditions challenging, with light rain plus strong breezes one minute and sunshine and windless pockets the next. The “nal match saw the winning team aboard, Bloody Mary prevail over the under dogs, Sailing School Grenada Bloody Mary (red hull) and Apero (overall winner) broad reach along the coastPHOTO: STEVE BRETT

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78 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Grenada BLUEBEARD ENTERPRISES 4734407260 OR 4734097260EMAIL US BLUEBEARDSPICEISLE.COM We won by pure good fortune,Ž explains Stewart, who helmed for the Bloody Mary team. Our regular crew (the youngest of which is age 58), that sails my S&S Hughes 38, did their regular jobs, except in the absence of foredeck work, the foredeck crew sat next to the driver. Robbie Yearwood, Grenadas outstanding J/24 sailor and Sailing Week winner, was our toughest competitor. We beat him by eightinches in the semi-“nals.Ž Stewart adds, As the winner we get bragging rights. However, there is an element of chance in Clarks Court Bay, just like in Grand Anse. No regatta can be won by a crew that isnt enthusiastic and hard-working.Ž Fourteen junior sailors, of which six were from St. Georges and eight from Gouyave, sailed in the Junior Regatta. There were two categories of sailing dinghies, Optimist and Mosquito. In the Optimist, Noah Bullen took “rst, Ralph Francis second and Michael Derrick third, while in the Mosquito, Kevi James won, Kazim James placed second and Shakeem Robertson third. The interest in junior sailing in Grenada is on an upswing,Ž says James Benoit, who served as Race Of“cer and runs the program out of the Grenada Yacht Club. This program will provide the skills needed for the future economic development of our growing marine and yachting sectors.Ž The SGR kicked off with one of Le Phare Bleus signature free concerts. The musicians perform on a tug boat and sailors raft up in their dinghies to listen. Nightly entertainment included the Rocking Pontoons, The Wizards and the Royal Grenada Police Force Band. For full results, visit www.southgrenadaregatta.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Tulaichean II a Beneteau First 38.5 (white hull) and the Swan 53, Blanquilla race along the south coast of Grenada

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80 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Panama If youre looking for a paradisiacal port stop before or after transiting the Panama Canal, then head to Bocas del Toro. This 68 island archipelago … located in northwest Panama in the Caribbean Sea, out of the hurricane belt and only 133 nautical miles from the Canal … features picture-postcard-perfect white sand beaches, lush rainforests, mangrove-lined bays and coral reefs brimming with sea life. Nature, not the neon lights of more cosmopolitan destinations, is the highlight here. This is especially true on Isla Bastimentos. Sea turtles nest, parrots ”y and two-toed sloths hang upside down in the trees in the National Marine Park, while there are no cars, roads or airports anywhere on this 20-square-mile island. Access DESTINATION: BOCAS DEL TORO, PANAMA BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 81 to Isla Bastimentos is only ten minutes by boat from the charming eclectic Caribbean town of Bocas with many restaurants, bars and airport. Thats a plus for many, especially since this idyllic island offers an oasis of services and amenities for superyachts at Island Global Yachtings (IGY) Red Frog Beach Marina, part of the Red Frog Beach Rainforest Resort. What makes Bocas del Toro such a great yachting destination? Dan Cranney, Red Frogs vice president of marketing, answers, It is safe and well-protected. Its a unique secret paradise not yet discovered by all. Its remote, yet civilized, tranquil, fun and very friendly. Theres a little bit of everything here, a jungle paradise with many different islands to explore … some with people and some virtually uninhabited. Its a place you will want to stay for a while.Ž Must-see attractions are many. For example, take a 20 minute hike from Isla Bastimentos main village of Old Bank to Up in the Hill, a small organic farm nestled in the rainforest. Here, organic cacao, coconuts, tropical fruits and fragrant herbs grow. They are hand-made into food and natural body products. These, along with juices, herb teas, baked goods made with home-grown chocolate and coffee are sold in the farms small shop. Nature lovers will enjoy bird-watching, cave tours, botanical gardens complete with capuchin monkeys, and beach walking, swimming and sur“ng. Red Frog Beach is the easiest to reach from the marina. Its named for the strawberry-colored frog that lives in the nearby forest, yet the seas are a breath-taking turquoise. Watersports here and around the island include kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, and “shing. Those looking for more excitement can try the new zip-line canopy tour located at the top of the island. The two-hour tour features up to 1000-foot long zips, up to 150 feet high at speeds up to 42 miles per hour. Theres also a Tarzan Swing and Traversable canopy net, Treetop Challenge Course and Swaying Sky Bridge. At night, there are a number of different dining options located three minutes away by boat in Bastimentos Town. Roots is a favorite local restaurant that serves great-tasting, inexpensive Creole food. There are a few local nightclubs here too. Ten minutes away by boat in Bocas Town, on Isla Colon, there are all types of restaurants serving everything from Italian, Mediterranean, Panamanian, American and Chinese to Vegan. Bocas Town is the capitol of Bocas del Toro and home to over 13,000 people. When arriving at IGYs Red Frog Marina, captains will “nd deep water all the way in. There are a number of waypoints that make navigation safe and easy. There are 84 slips, 15 for superyachts up to 250 feet in length with a 25-foot draft, on ”oating docks equipped with 30, 50 and 100 amp power, metered water, complimentary Wi-Fi and new fuel dock. There are brand new shower and laundry facilities. Three phase 480 x 200 amp shore power for superyachts will be available this spring. A marina bar and grill are in the planning stages. Crew will “nd provisioning is available on the main island of Isla Colon. IGYs Red Frog Marina offers general labor for such as boat washing and waxing, stainless steel polishing, and interior cleaning, as well as customized yacht maintenance programs. There are a few repair technicians available throughout the Bocas and parts can be shipped, however their arrival might not be fast due to the remote location. The marina also has 24-hour security. Marina guests enjoy full access to beautiful Red Frog Beach Resorts restaurants/bars, hiking and nature trails, luxury vacation villas that come with a private pool and surf lodge with private suites. Jungle cart rentals are available for exploring. Those not arriving by boat can ”y into Panama City. Air Panama makes a 45-minute ”ight to Bocas Town daily. There are water taxis to Isla Bastimentos. IGYs Red Frog Marina also has its own helipad. www.redfrogbeach.com/marina.html Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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86 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 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 St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Estate Rose offers old-world elegance on 2.2-acres of prime real estate on the South Shore. For those who seek privacy, breathtaking sea views in every direction, sunsets and exceptional design in a parkland setting, look no farther than this impeccably maintained 4 BR 6 BA signature estate home. This stunning stone villa was designed for entertaining on a grand scale. Highlights include a generously-sized great room, professional chefs kitchen, mahogany library and of“ce, caretakers cottage, multiple large outdoor dining areas, 60-foot pool, in-ground spa, and exquisite Jerusalem stone patios and walkways. Price: US $3,900,000 MARY NICKBARG, American Paradise Real Estate, Inc. marynickbarg@gmail.com | www.americanparadise.com Cell: (340) 513-2477 2 Portland, Jamaica. Beautiful, spacious, oceanfront villa in Boston Bay located next door to a lovely white sand beach. Villa Yamaye features four large circular bedrooms with views of the ocean, a large living room, kitchen, and other areas all fully furnished. Theres also a pebble-stone roof deck perfect for evening relaxation. This 0.7 acre level property sits on 2 lots and is fully fenced, private and close to neighboring eco-tourism ventures yet a world away in peace and tranquility. Suitable for use as a private residence, with separate facilities to accommodate vacationers, or for use as a resort development. Price US $630,000 JACQUI NEIL, Century21 Heave-Ho Properties info@real-estate-jamaica.com www.real-estate-jamaica.com Of“ce: (876) 993 7259 | Cell: (876) 364 6213 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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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 87 4 5 Tortola, British Virgin Islands. Own a home in Tortolas ”agship marina, Nanny Cay. Nestled within this thriving marine community are 32 2and 3-BR homes “nished to the highest standards, turnkey ready, fully furnished if desired, and each with its own dock. Marina berths are guaranteed available to owners with large vessels at this 180-slip marina. Restaurants, shops, pool, beach, a full-service boatyard and more are all within walking distance. Price: US $850,000 and above CHRIS SMITH, Coldwell Banker BVI chris@coldwellbankerbvi.com www.coldwellbankerbvi.com Cell: (284) 340-3000 | Of“ce: (340) 495-3000 3 Lorient, St. Barths. This charming property offers spectacular sunsets and panoramic vistas of neighboring islands. Built in traditional Caribbean architecture, the villa and its wooden decks are surrounded by palm trees and lush tropical gardens. Two pools, an outside dining area and hammocks on the terrace, all facing the sea, are ideal for relaxing. The bright living room and kitchen open onto the surrounding gardens. Decorated with Asian furniture, the bedrooms are located in separate bungalows, each with private baths. Price: US $1,700,000 RODGER BOUTELLE, Paradise Found Real Estate airmango555@gmail.com www.ParadiseFoundStMaartenRealEstate.com Cell: (721) 587-5555Fort Jeundy, Grenada. Enjoy views of Westerhall Bay from this stunning residence located on a sloping waterfront lot along Harbour View Drive in an exclusive neighborhood. The top ”oor features 2 BR, 2 BA, 1 car garage, large laundry room, kitchen and spacious living and dining spaces that open onto a balcony. Outdoor steps lead down to the ground ”oor which has been designed as a rectangular shaped 1 BR 1 BA studio apartment with full kitchen, living/dining room and a walk through wardrobe. Pre-approval has already been granted for a jetty. Price: US $650,000 PAULA LA TOUCHE KELLER, Brokerage Manager infogd@terracaribbean.com www.terracaribbean.com/grenada Cell: (473) 414 5227 | Of“ce: (473) 439 3993 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! 2000 Bruce Roberts 43 pilot house cutter. Steel Industrial grade bulletproof machine. $79K 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. 1997 Dufour 41 Classic. Fully rigged for Blue water Cruising $119K 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 1987 Hans Christian Telstar. Immaculate. Give away. $109K 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! 1979 Moody 42. Bullet proof cruiser well set up for continued cruising. Offers! 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 2002 Leopard 42. Fully rigged for extended offshore cruising. 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. $239K 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 Tel: + 1 721 553 4475 Tony@littleships.com St Martin F.W.I. Anguilla

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 95 26 2001 Twin Vee Extreme $28,000 35 2002 Maxum 3500 $66,900 39 1997 Mainship Trawler $89,000Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 62 1984 Gulfstar Sailmaster $339,500 35 1989 Island Packet $99,000 50 1988 Beneteau $92,000Compass 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, project, make offers ..=60K 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 37 86 CML Trawler, great liveaboard ....=14K 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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96 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Brokerage Continued on page 103 Powerboats 40FT SPORTS FISHING BOAT. Built in Holland by Striker Aluminium yachts. Perkins 165hp engine. =20,000US as seen at Jolly Harbour Boatyard, Antigua. Contact: Festus Isaac /268; 462<6041>464<6971 or email info@jhmarina.com 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 engine, etc. Will sell or trade for real estate anywhere 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 PEARSON 40 1979 C>B sloop. Westerbeke 40 hp diesel major refit 2010. Dinghy. Large sail invento< ry, Self steering gear, wind vane etc In Tortola. For full details: bill< hirst1926@gmail.com or 1 284 542 4311 =25,000 OBO Sailboats Sailboats 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 WWW.SVWANDERINGSTAR.COMTopper Hermanson Steel & Aluminum Sloop For Sale SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.net73/2006 TARTAN 41 … in Puerto Rico OVER =200k in upgrades … older hull with everything replaced incl. rig, sails, interior, electronics, FOR SALE: 49 Grand Banks Motor Yacht, 1987Asking $275,000Contact Ken Huskey: 340 690 6210 or khuskey@attglobal.net 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

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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 97 Brokerage 48 Sea Ray 480 Sundancer, 2006 Twin Cummins, hardtop, fully equipped Low hour yacht in great condition =449,000 47 Beneteau 473, 2004 Private original owner, 3>2 layout w>aft galley Beautifully maintained, cruise equipped =199,000 43 Hinckley Sloop, 1979 New engine 2013, New Awlgrip 2012, New spars ? rigging 2009, Hood Design =150,000 37 Tayana Cutter, 1979 Major 5 year refit, beautifulQ Must see to fully appreciate =79,000 49 Bavaria Sloop, 2003 Original owner, in2 owners version, huge forward cabin =180,000 48 Camargue Yachtfisher, 1988 Twin Perkins, 2>2 layout, galley down covered aft deck, flybridge, offers =109,500 44 Gulfstar Motoryacht, 1978 Twin Perkins, genset, flybridge master cabin aft, offers encouraged =95,000 42 Histar Trawler, 1988 2>2 galley down layout, flybridge, huge aft cabin, covered aft deck, clean =130,000 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 46 1999 Beneteau 461 … Many upgrades 2010, cruise equipped, sail away ...=140,000 45 1980 Sea Master … Center cockpit, roomy layout, no engine, offers ...........=45,000 42 1995 Hunter Passage … Center Cockpit, huge aft cabin, furling main ........=110,000 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 1995 Jeanneau 37.1 … Original owner, never chartered, beautiful...............=76,000 37 1978 Irwin … Center cockpit ketch, custom arch, recent refit, clean ............=32,500 36 1973 Morgan Out Island … CC Ketch, many upgrades, fully equipped ........=38,000 36 1982 Pearson 367 Cutter … 05 engine, 06 rigging, new bimini top, clean ....=33,500 36 1976 Ericson Cutter … Well design cruiser priced for immediate sell ...........=25,000 35 1995 Island Packet Catamaran … Perfect live aboard cat, 15 beam ...........=99,000 34 1984 O3 layout, GMs, flybridge, tender ...................=395,000 55 1986 Angel Cockpit Motor Yacht … 2>2 layout, flybridge, aft deck ...............=175,000 50 1996 Carver Cockpit Motor Yacht … twin Cats, genset, galley up ...............=169,000 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 ........=40,000 38 2000 Custom Aluminum Power Cat … Twin Yanmars, genset .....................=135,000 34 2002 Mainship Pilot … Twin Yanmars, genset, refit 2010, beautiful .............=115,000 34 2002 Mainship Pilot … Single Yanmar, bow thruster, original owner .............=89,000 29 2007 Twin Vee … Center console power cat, twin Suzuki 225s ..... =69,000 25 1997 Blue Water … Center console power cat, twin Suzuki 150s ................=46,500 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 1999 Passport a/c 44 ..........................................................US$365,000 46 1988 Comet 460 ..................................................................US$136,000 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 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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MAY 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 103 Classi“eds Boat Gear / PartsDOYLE ASYMMETRIC CRUISING SPINNAKER, 1.5 oz., red ?blue, ATN sock, like new, 50 x 44.2 x 25.65, =1800.00, Doyle BVi, bob@ doylecaribbean.com DOYLE UPS, 1.5 0Z., blue w> white star, like new, 48.5 x 42.0 x 25.0, can be furled, =1200.00, bob@doylecarib< bean.com DOYLE IN-MAST-FURLING MAIN new, Dacron 2sal< vage>diving>moorings. Twin engine 42 ft. steel workboat, large hooker rig, lift bag agency, etc. Owner retiring. For full details and information please contact: Tel. /268; 464<3164 e garage and wine cellar. It is situated 5 Minutes from the capital and has wonderful sea views. USD 750,000.00 Interested parties email: bluebay< ou103@gmail.com BAREFOOT OFFSHORE SAILING SCHOOL, located in Blue Lagoon, St Vincent and the Grenadines is search< ing for a fully certified ASA instructor to teach for the summer month from here in St Vincent. Our business has been very successful of late and as such we are needing to expand our available Instructors to handle the booking load. We are looking for a very professional Man or Lady who can teach ASA 101, 103, 104, 105, 106 and 114 courses. Please contact us at info@barefootoff< shore.com or jamesward@barefooty< achts.com for more information. VACANCY Composite/Painting Technical SupervisorWe are currently accepting applications for the above vacancy to manage the boatyard's Composite/Painting team. The ideal candidate will have: Knowledge & experience with structural/exotic composite projects Experience in working with composites & laminates within a boatyard environment Knowledge & experience with topside preparation & painting (AwlGrip experience a plus) The ability to interact with customers re: selling work Knowledge of present market value of composite & painting jobs (preparation of estimates/quotes) Be able to work to very high standards of “nish & “nesse. Be ”exible to work to production deadlines Be able to work as part of a team Suitable certi“cation Sailing experience Languages a plusGRENADA MARINE MAR I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E We love boats!Apply to info@grenadamarine.com Grenada Marine is the largest boatyard on Grenada www.grenadamarine.com

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104 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2013 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON May is a fun month and there are many things to celebrate … Mothers Day, Cinco de Mayo and Memorial Day, to name a few. By now your farmers markets should be up and running. Taking a Saturday morning stroll through the market is a delight. Pick up some seasonal supplies and head for your boat. I was chatting with the chef, David Russell, at the St. Thomas Yacht Club, and he gave me the Tomato Cup recipe and suggested I try the recipe with those freshly picked tomatoes. SHRIMP AND AVOCADO SALADPrep time: 20 minutes. Serves: 4 1 lb large shrimp, peeled & deveined 1/2 tsp paprika 1/2 tsp black pepper 1/4 tsp salt, divided 1 fresh lemon, squeezed (about 2-1/2 tbsp juice) 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1 tsp whole-grain Dijon mustard 1 (10 oz) package romaine salad Coat saut pan with cooking spray and heat to medium-high. Sprinkle shrimp with paprika and pepper. Add shrimp to pan; cook 2 minutes on each side or until shrimp turns pink. Sprinkle with salt; toss to coat. While the shrimp cooks, combine lemon juice, oil, and mustard in a large bowl, stirring with a whisk. Add lettuce; toss to coat. To serve: Arrange about 1-1/2 cups lettuce mixture on each of 4 plates. Top each serving with about 6 shrimp, 1/2 cup tomatoes, 1/4 cup carrot, 1/4 cup corn, and 4 avocado wedges. TOMATO CUPSPrep time: 20 minutes. Serves: 4 4 large beefsteak tomatoes Chiffonade of Basil Balsamic Vinegar Olive oil Kosher salt Freshly ground black pepper Cut tops off tomatoes with a knife. Remove ”esh from inside of tomato, chop and place in a bowl, pour a little balsamic vinegar and olive oil over, sprinkle with salt and pepper, toss lightly. Fill the tomatoes. To serve: Pour a stream of balsamic reduction across plate; place tomato on top with two basil leaves, a crostini and sprinkle with Chiffonade of BasilFRESH FRUIT SALAD Prep time: 20 minutes. Serves: 8 … 10. 5 to 6 cups of variety of fresh fruits (be creative): Bananas, peeled & sliced Blueberries Blackberries Cherries, pitted Raspberries Strawberries Green &/or red grapes, halved Kiwi fruit, peeled & sliced Pears, peeled & sliced Peaches, peeled & sliced Make Fruit Dressing (recipe below) ; set aside to cool and until ready to use. In a large bowl or container, combine all the mixed prepared fruits. Pour prepared Fruit Dressing over the cutup fruits; gently toss to coat all the fruit. Serve family style or for a gourmet look, serve in chilled cocktail glasses. To store, cover and refrigerate for several hours before serving.FRUIT DRESSINGFruit Salad Dressing cooking time: 5 minutes. Fruit Salad Dressing Cooling time: 30 minutes 1 lemon, grated zest (rind) and juice 1 lime, grated zest (rind) and juice 1 orange, grated zest (rind) and juice 1 egg, well beaten 1 cup granulated sugar Note: Grate the zest off of the citrus fruits “rst before juicing them. In a saucepan over medium heat, combine the zest and juice from lemon, lime and orange. Add the beaten egg and sugar. Cook, stirring constantly, until mixture comes just to a boil; let boil 1 minute, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and let cool before tossing with the fruit salad. ANOTHER FUN DAY ON THE BOAT 2 cups cherry tomatoes, quartered 1 cup shredded carrots (about 2 carrots) 1 cup fresh white wholekernel corn 2 ripe peeled avocados, pits removed, each cut into 8 wedges Cooking sprayGARNISH: Scallions, cut on the bias Balsamic reduction Sourdough crostini Mango, skinned, cored & sliced Oranges, skinned & cut-up Pineapple, cored, peeled & sliced Watermelon, ”esh removed & cut into bite-size pieces Melon (cantaloupe & honeydew), ”esh removed & cut into bite-size pieces.