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Place of Publication: St. Thomas, USVI
Publication Date: 06-2013
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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN DESTINATION: PORTOBELO CERAMCO A LEGEND SAILS HOME FREE JUNE 2013 BONAIRE Resurgent SailingCARIBBEAN WEATHERExperimental Gridded Marine ForecastsInside: Antigua Classics

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ANGUILLAMADCO St. Martin +590-590-510-540ANTIGUA Paradise Boat Sales St. Johns +268-562-7125BAHAMASLightbourne Marine Nassau +242-393-5285 National Marine Limited Marsh Harbour +242-367-2326 Out-Board Services Limited Freeport +242-352-9246 Spanish Wells Marine & Hardware Co. Ltd. Spanish Wells +242-333-4139BARBADOSMarine Power Solutions Inc. Barbados +246-435-8127BELIZEBelize Diesel & Equipment Co. Belize City +501-223-5668 William Quan & Co. Belize City +501-2-27-2264BERMUDAPearman Watlington & Co Ltd. Hamilton +441-295-3232 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Marine Power Service Ltd. Tortola +284-494-2738CAYMAN ISLANDSScotts Industries Ltd. Grand Cayman +345-949-4186DOMINICADominica Marine Center Inc. Roseau +767-440-BOAT(2628) DOMINICAN REPUBLICAuto Marina S.A. Santo Domingo +809-565-6576FRENCH GUIANASovale s.a.s. Cayenne Cedex +594-594-359-777FRENCH WEST INDIESMADCO St. Martin +590-590-510-540 Maximarine SAS Martinique +596-696-454-502 S.A.D Guadeloupe +590-590-269-797GRENADAAnro Agencies Ltd. St Georges +473-444-2220GUYANAW & H Rambaran Marine Georgetown +592-226-4523 HAITIAquabois Haiti +509-3438-8333JAMAICAJamaica Marine World Limited Kingston 11 +876-757-8456NETHERLANDS ANTILLESBoat and Fishing Paradise Aruba +297-588-1316 Caribbean Nautical Sales and Service Distributors Curaao & Bonaire +599-9-563-7478PANAMAChikos Internacional +507-2-25-6331 Inversiones Mabeba (Franks Marine) +507-6104-1320PUERTO RICOMarina Costa Azul Lajas +787-899-1179 Powerboat Marine LLC Toa Baja Phone: +787-510-2550 The Marine Store at Industrial & Marine Service Fajardo +787-725-5946 Vitas Marine Center Aguadilla +787-691-0669 SAINT KITTS AND NEVISDominica Marine Center Inc. Roseau +767-440-BOAT(2628) SAINT LUCIAA1 Island Marine Supplies Inc. Castries +758-452-9404SAINT MARTINMADCO St. Martin +590-590-510-540SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINESDominica Marine Center Inc. Roseau +767-440-BOAT(2628) St. Vincent Yacht Club +784-528-8422ST. BARTSMADCO St. Martin +590-590-510-540SURINAMECHM Suriname N.V. Paramaribo +597-471-166 Howard Marine N.V. Paramaribo +597-474-897 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGOCorsa Marine San Fernando +868-657-4723TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDSSherlock Walkin & Sons Providenciales +649-9-46-4411VENEZUELAA&F Marine Center Maracaibo +261-752-9511 Corporacion Alba Valencia +241-842-1644 Engine Service Marine Caracas +212-267-9398 Protienda C.A. Barcelona +281-286-5843U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDSIsland Marine Out“ tters St. Thomas +340-714-7860 St. Croix +340-773-0289 Ruans Marine Service St.Thomas +340-775-6595 Latin America & Caribbean

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WWW.CNMARINAS.COM/PLM ABU DHABI | CYPRUS | ITALY | MALTA | TURKEY | WEST INDIESLying just above 12N, Grenada is south of the main hurricane belt and is growing in popularity among yacht owners during the summer months. Port Louis Marina provides a safe, secure berth with all the amenities youd expect from a full-service marina run by Camper & Nicholsons. And the Spice Island of Grenada guarantees a genuine warm welcome from the engaging and fun-loving islanders. Our low season rates represent excellent value, and we are also offering an Early Arrivals Discount of 40% off the standard daily rate, for yachts that arrive before the beginning of June and book a stay of four months or more. Call Danny Donelan on +1 (473) 435 7431 or email danny.donelan@cnportlouismarina.com Low Season Rates: 1 June to 30 November 2013 LOA in feet Daily $/ft/day Weekly $/ft/day Monthly $/ft/dayup to 32$0.86$0.77$0.39 up to 40$1.08$0.97$0.48 up to 50$1.19$1.07$0.53 up to 60$1.30$1.17$0.59 up to 65$1.46$1.31$0.66 up to 75$1.51$1.36$0.67 up to 80$1.84$1.65$0.83 up to 100$1.89$1.70$0.85For 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, Grenada the ideal location for the Caribbean summer

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8 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Editors Log I was returning from our boat in May, the sun had set and a full Pink Moon was rising over the mountains to windward. We are incredibly lucky in that our boat sits on a mooring off the beach opposite our apartment. I pulled the dinghy onto the sand and stepped ashore. Behind me, the palm trees stood in silhouette against the night sky, the edges of each frond tracing a pattern in the moonlight. The Caribbean offers wonderful sailing. If we are feeling adventurous we might sail between islands. Then there are days when we prefer a gentle cruise from one anchorage to another, on the same island. Whatever we choose one thing is sure, night will fall and for me that is the most magical time to be yachting in the Caribbean. Many of my fondest memories are built around life aboard at night. I remember a moonbow over Bequia and the sound of the tree frogs while anchored in a small inlet on the northwest coast of Grenada. One holiday season Jan and I anchored in a small cove in St. Vincent and had just climbed into our bunks when a choir in the village church began a concert of Christmas carols. I love the sight of our port and starboard navigation lights and the way they cast an eerie red and green shadow. In higher latitudes the navigation lights can warn of fog for they take on a fuzzy glow before the grey blanket engulfs the sea. What beats twilight, lying snugly at anchor with a rum drink in your hand, while watching the lights come on ashore with the smell of cooking drifting out of the galley? Well, yes, theres that, but what red-blooded couple hasnt while lying in their cockpit beneath the stars. As sailors and cruisers we owe it to ourselves and fellow mariners to keep an eye on the weather. On reading this, I know many people will scratch their head and say this is the Caribbean and the weather is always nice. And for most part they are right. But what constitutes good weather? For a powerful 80ft sailboat, a 25-30kt trade wind might be just the thing, but for a 25ft cruising boat … or a family taking a two-week vacation aboard a charter boat … being caught out in 25-30kts of trade wind can spoil your day. Weather forecasts and how we interpret them have always struck me as a dark art. Its one thing being caught in mid ocean by a gale, but avoiding strong winds, or at least waiting for a more favorable wind while island hopping, makes a lot of sense. In the past, mariners in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and portions of the tropical and subtropical North Atlantic Ocean have relied on the Tropical Analysis Gary E. Brown, Editor and Forecast Branch (TAFB) for weather analyses, forecasts and warnings. This forecast, which most of us are familiar with, has now been “ne-tuned, and although still in the experimental stage offers a signi“cant advance in the way the forecast is collated and presented. All At Sea contributor Terry Boram discussed the changes with Hugh Cobb, Branch Chief at TAFB. With big wind season just around the corner, this article couldnt have been published at a better time. (See page 36) The chance of a lifetime! One boat that will leave the Caribbean this summer is the St. Maarten-based Beneteau 52 Corina IV The boat was due to sail to Australia to be sold but then, over a glass of wine, the owner Allard Stamm got chatting to “ve young friends who grew up on St. Maarten. That conversation changed their lives because instead of selling the boat in the Antipodes, Stamm offered it to the youngsters, saying Im putting my faith in you, why not take the boat and sail it around the world?Ž You can read this remarkable story on page 51. All At Sea wish the adventurers a safe and wonderful voyage. WHEN NIGHT FALLS See you on the water!

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10 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 FEATURES 42 DESTINATION PANAMA: PORTOBELO … A TASTE OF HISTORY COVER SHOT: Adventuress goes to windward during Antigua Classics 2013 | Photo: Tim WrightTHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE 42 June 2013 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS17 EVENT CALENDAR18 SAILING HUMOR Losing Stuff Aboard Sailing with Charlie: Corrosion24 FISHING Golden Hook Fishing Clubs Dolphin Tournament 26 RACING CIRCUIT Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta 2013 2013 St. Barth Bucket BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival36 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING High De“nition Experimental Gridded Marine Forecasts Now Available74 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 82 MARKETPLACE 86 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 88 CARIBBEAN DINING Stay A”oat with These Healthy Summer Recipes Continued on page 12PHOTO BY ROSIE BURR

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12 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP47 UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS A Legend Sails Home51 ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN Young St. Maarteners Set Out on Circumnavigation53 ST. BARTHLEMY Les Voiles de Saint Barth55 ANTIGUA Antigua: A Freeride Windsurfers Paradise59 BEQUIA Bequia Heineken Easter Regatta 2013 Breaks All Records! 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 June 2013 62 GRENADA Oyster Regatta Grenada64 CURAAO Curacao Regatta 201366 BONAIRE Resurgent SailingRESOURCES 68 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 70 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 66

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14 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS DEBRA AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA Debra Clark wrote to say she is on the far side of the world, far from her home in England, and that the photo holds a clue to her location. This one was easy, even for the editor! The iconic building in the background is the Sydney Opera House, which places Debra in Australia. How she managed to “nd a copy of the Caribbeans favorite waterfront magazine All At Sea she didnt say. What she did say was, Good on yer, mate, its fair dinkum!Ž Send us a picture of you reading All At Sea and you may win a free subscription. We will select one winner a month. Please send images & your information to: subscribe@allatsea.net or mail to: 382 NE 191st Street #32381, Miami, Florida, 33179-3899. PAGE 47 A Legend Sails Home

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JUNE 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 55 Antigua: A Freeride Windsurfers Paradise Mo n PAGE 59 Bequia Heineken Easter Regatta 2013 Breaks All Records! P P B E a Bre

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16 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Second Life for used Sails Project HAITI … The Second Life Sails project, planned to assist Haitian “shermen who rely on sail-powered boats, received the approval of the Seven Seas Cruising Association (SSCA) as an SSCA endorsed Clean Wake project. Frequently people “nd themselves with used sails and surplus sailcloth as well as “shing gear that have useful life in them … but no way to get them to folks who would put that second life to good use,Ž said Frank Virgintino author of A Cruising Guide to Haiti and frequent visitor to the enchanting Ile Vache. A contribution of materials and gear that supports the principal livelihood of the island is a priceless thank you to a community that has been very welcoming to cruising boats for generations.Ž Ile Vache “shermen build their own boats and are already talented at sailmaking and recycling, using materials from bed sheets to tarpaulins for their sails. Sailcloth would provide a more durable and reliable resource. Cruisers used sails and “shing gear can have a second life. It starts when the donations are delivered or sent to either Marina ZarPar in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic: www.marinazarpar.com … or to Minneford Marina on City Island, New York: www.minnefordmarina.com The “rst delivery of used sails took place in February. Second Life Sails is jointly sponsored by Free Cruising Guides and Marina ZarPar, which will handle the logistics and underwrite the cost of transporting donated sails and gear to Ile Vache, Haiti. (See article on page? … Ed.) To read more about the Second Life Sails project and life on Ile Vache, visit www.freecruisingguides.com … for further information, email: fvirgintino@gmail.com New swing bridge arrives in Sint MaartenFollowing hectic preparations to widen and dredge the channels into and through the Simpson Bay Lagoon the freighter Marietje Andrea carrying the lagoon causeways 450-ton swing bridge, delivered its cargo without a hitch. The bridge was loaded aboard the ship in Holland and entered the lagoon on Friday May 3. With a length of 126m (416ft) and a beam and a draught of 15m (49.5ft) and 5.6m (18.5ft), respectively, the Marietje Andrea is the largest vessel ever to enter the Simpson Bay Lagoon. Her arrival caused quite a stir. Showing the mega yachts how its done! The Marietje Andrea transits the Simpson Bay Bridge with nary a scratch to paintwork or concrete PHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 17 Optimists rule in St. ThomasThe International Optimist Regatta (IOR), presented by Glacial Energy, celebrates its 21st edition, June 21-23, with the kick-off Sea Star Clinic on June 17-19 and Sea Star Team Race June 20. Nearly 100 youngsters between eight and “fteen years-old are expected to compete in this St. Thomas Yacht Club and Virgin Island Sailing Association (VISA) hosted, Caribbean Sailing Associationsanctioned regatta. Sailors registered represent Puerto Rico, the British Virgin Islands, Bermuda, Bahamas, Grand Cayman, St. Maarten/St. Martin, Curacao, Mexico and of course all three U.S. Virgin Islands as well as a large number of U.S. sailors, including those from California,Ž says regatta director Margo Lynch. Team racing entry fee is $160; registration closes at 5:00pm on June 19. Regatta entry fee is $250, and includes an event T-shirt, registration goodie bag, and all meals. For information, call (340) 775-6320 or visit www.styc.net Follow the regatta on Facebook! FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET ST. THOMAS, USVIJUNE 17 … 23International Optimist Regatta (IOR) Sailing Regatta www.styc.netJULY 19 … 21July Open Bill“sh Tournament Fishing Tournament www.vigfc.com usvigfc@gmail.com 340-775-9144AUGUST 18 … 22USVI Open Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament Deep Sea Fishing www.abmt.vi loveto@islands.vi 340-775-9500VIRGIN GORDA, BVIAUGUST 14 … 15BVI Open Fishing Tournament www.abmt.viEVENT 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. BARBADOSJULY 6 … 7Barbados National J24 Championships Finale Sailing Regatta www.j24barbados.comPUERTO RICOSEPTEMBER 15 … 21San Juan International Bill“sh Tournament Deep Sea Fishing www.sanjuan international.comST. LUCIASEPT 30 … OCT 4Saint Lucia International Bill“sh Tournament Fishing Tournament www.bill“shstlucia.com

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18 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013LOSING STUFF ABOARD BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor Boats eat things„thats the only explanation. Example: I have purchased over 5,000 ”ashlights in my 53 years of living aboard, and only tossed out three. That leaves 4,997 ”ashlights which should be kicking around my bilges„and aint. Nor is it just me. This happens to the fairer sex, too. For instance, my wife lost her virginity aboard. ƒ go “gure! Sadly, there is no Lost and Found a”oat. My hair was misplaced a few years back„ and we never recovered that either. Ditto, moral integrity. Honesty. Commonsense. My ability to see my toes ƒ Seriously, it is bad enough that boats eat all our money„devouring our personal belongings seems a step too far. Plus, the tee“ng seems selective in a cruel way. Sure, I have tons of personal photos of myself looking ugly ƒ and stoned ƒ and drunk, but what about that wonderful “fteen minutes of handsomeness I experienced on February 30th 1968? Why are there no pictures of that on Facebook? Could my vessel be devouring my photos with malicious intent? With editorial vengeance? With generational envy? Speaking of generational envy, why cant the younger generation worship their own acid-addled leaders? Why must they attempt to hijack ours? I mean, leave the Beatles alone, okay? I, personally, think that no one younger than, say, 50 years of age, should be allowed into a Rolling Stones concert. Ha! Thats right„get your own philosophers! Or use Plato! But leave the Heavies of Hippy Thought for us baby-boomers! Thats right: my generation has certain moral compasses which should not be digi-de“led. For instance, Jimi Hendricks on How to Live Healthy and Janice Joplin on Longevity

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 19and Jim Morrison on Playing Nice with Others ƒ these way-cool community leaders and global visionaries simply cant be savored while listening to rap music glorifying anal sex! Another thing Ive lost aboard are books. Thats right, ever since Mister Kindle came aboard ƒ bye-bye print! This has its drawbacks. A few years ago, while crossing the Paci“c, we ran out of TP. This wasnt such a big deal„I just put a few copies of Readers Digest in the head, and no problem (True, once while cruising Mexico we suffered from Montezumas Revenge ƒ thank gosh we had a hard copy of the congressional record!Ž Kindles are useless for such things„regardless of how fully charged their battery. Actually, as an offshore sailor, I hate this degrading digitalization of my vessels bridge. Plus, it is so easy to get all the acronyms confused. Recently, I fell overboard„and my wife screamed S.O.B.Ž instead of M.O.B ƒ what an airhead! But, since I was a tad worried about drowning, I didnt point this out to her. Throw me a PFD!Ž I screamed instead. She immediately dashed below, rushed back on deck, and Frisbeed me a data disk which contained a step-bystep USCG PDF “le on ManOverBoard drills. This had little buoyancy, alas. Which brings us to the sexism inherent in the MOB acronym. Are female sailors so undervalued that youre not supposed to go back for em? I mean, thats harsh! Would it cost Garmin too much to have a LOB button? (LadyOverBoard.) All sailors, especially older ones, have lost a halyard. I was going to yell at my wife for doing this„when I lost my train of thought. By the time Id gotten my harsh criticism back on track„shed clean forgotten what shed done. ƒdamn! (Actually, that reminds me of the acronym for Mothers Against Dyslexia.) ƒ seriously, being a live-aboard sailor in mid-Paci“c with Alzheimers disease aint so bad, as theres far less chance of wandering away. As a writer, Als DiseaseŽ is VERY labor saving as Im able to repeatedly mail off the yellowed Cruising World article about my mother TO my mother once a month„and surprise her each time! (Shes blind now, which makes it SO much easier to steal money outta her purse!) It isnt only long term sailors who have lost stuff„bareboaters seem to lose the ability to anchor only hours after being instructed on how to do so. Have you even noticed how HUGE the wakes are of your average Police Boat? Perhaps their skippers have lost the ability to look behind their craft. They must be intentionally designed this way„to squat, wallow, and act so piggish. (The boats, not the drivers!) Of course, teachers arent the only ones who get those I We offer the “ nest product available, including: We are committed to ful“ lling your provisioning requirements and welcome all product requests! www.” atleysfoodservice.com John Flatley | 6501 Red Hook Plaza, Ste 201 | St. Thomas, VI 00802-1306 Of“ ce: (340) MID-SEAS (643-7327) | Fax: (340) 776-1145 johnj.” atley@gmail.com | john@” atleysfoodservice.com Dedicated to providing the highest quality foods delivered directly to you in the USVIs and BVIs

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20 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013lost my homework type excuses. Once, my observant wife happened to be watching me as I got undressed for bed, and asked, Fatty, what happened to your underwear? Im sure you were wearing underwear when you set off to work this morning.Ž It wasnt my “nest hour. I was robbed!Ž I blurted, stupidly. Time marches on, of course. All of us age. My eyesight is going. Im losing vision. Proof: my own wife is starting to look good to me again. Yes, having a faulty memory can be good for your cruising career. For example, the reason my wife and I keep circumnavigating is ƒ because we cant remember to pay our bills„or even who we owe them to. After all, were so busy spending our/their money that it seems counterproductive to worry about repaying it. Plus, if you pay some people back and you dont pay back others ƒ it gets complicated to keep track of. How much simpler to just resist the temptation to return the money, despite how much the starving widow might need the funds. (Somehow, when Wall Street crashed, I evidently lost my compassion too!) Perhaps it is best to use a concrete example. I recently purchased a Rule 2000 bilge pump. The reason the pump is called this is because, in most marine installations, it pumps 500 gallons an hour. ƒbut lets move on. The marine supply stores (also called chandleries if they automatically quadruple the price) sell a “ve dollar switch on a “ve cent faceplate for $76.45. Since Im neither wealthy nor stupid, I declined. Instead, I purchased an off-on-onŽ Push/Pull/Pull switch to control said pump. It was a mere $12.97 at Marine Depot on Tortola. Yippee! I immediately brought it back to my vessel, and„knowing that boats regularly eat things„stowed it in my future projects drawer which is speci“cally set aside for that purpose. I then dashed for my electric drill, selected the appropriate drill bit ƒ and by the time I got back ƒ the boat had eaten the switch! I kid you not. Perhaps you put it with the dive gear,Ž my wife said helpfully. Okay. Im gonna be a little bit more honest than most husbands and/or most writers. One of the primary reasons homo saps (I think thats the science name for our species, right?) get married is to blame their spouses for their own short comings. Thus, I exploded at my cringing wife: Carolyn, do you think Im an idiot?Ž Before she could formulate a long and complicated answer, I rushed on with, I put it right here in the future projects locker and the boat ate it!Ž Boats dont eat things, Fatty,Ž my wife said contritely. I mean, not metal things. Paper, wood ƒ yeah, perhaps But not brass and stainless steel. Not switches. You misplaced it.Ž I glared. She ”inched. Frankly, this pisses me off to no end. I mean, people believe the weirdest stuff: Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, JC ƒ that the earth was built in seven days„so why-in-hell is believing that boats eat things such an intellectual stretch? Huh? Why! Am I right or am I right? People are delusional nuts! Lots of em! Tons of em! The LAA (Lipton Addicts of America) political party believes that the earth is ”at and all black Americans have faked their birth certi“cates ƒ and, yet, they collectively balk at the possibility of a boat nibbling on a switch? Thats grossly unfair. Strangely enough, these very same folks are beginning to convince me that Charles Darwin was wrong, either that or all the tea they sip inhibits evolution, because they are rapidly descending back towards their ape ancestors! I was recently in my vessels tool room„which is tiny. My feet never moved. I was soldering on some battery lugs when I lost my large, expensive roll of electrical solder. Actually, thats not correct: when my solder was eaten by my vessel Thats the only explanation that makes sense. For a decade or two, I could not convince my wife of this simple, undeniable fact. Then, one day, she was $50 short on the grocery money. I was about to go ballistic on her when she said softly, ƒthe boat ate it.Ž Ah, HA!Ž I said screamed in joyful vindication. You admit it!Ž I do,Ž she said, and winced. (She seldom utters this speci“c phrase„as she believes those two words ruined her life.) Boats have eaten a lot of my things,Ž she admitted. For instance„back in the day„my youth. Currently, all my free-time ƒŽ I smiled. Finally, shed capitulated„like totally! ƒ when I look at a gleaming yacht,Ž she continued, I dont see varnish, I see a life sentence!Ž I hugged her, kissed her, and then whispered gently into her ear. Its okay, honey. Its okay. Time can steal it all„as long as it leaves our sense of humor for last.Ž Editors note: Fatty and Carolyn are currently touring east coast yacht clubs, each attempting to convince their members the other is nuts! Capn Fatty Goodlander has lived aboard for 53 of his 60 years, and has circumnavigated twice. He is the author of Chasing the Horizon and numerous other marine books. His latest, Buy, Out“t, and Sail is out now. Visit: fattygoodlander.com Sailing Humor

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22 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH Every boat owner knows about the potentially disastrous effects of corrosion. After a while all metals will corrode. Stainless steel is often touted as a metal that will resist corrosion but its very name rightly denounces this claim. Stainless means just that: it will stain less but not be stain free. Of course there are various acids, sprays, jellies and greases that will delay oxidation. There may be one metal that can qualify as having anti corrosion qualities and thats gold … but I havent seen a marine use for it … except perhaps in the dental work of Jack Sparrow. The Golden Years is a term describing the time after retirement when persons, perhaps couples, can enjoy their autumnal years partaking in a pastime dreamt of during a lifetime of work. This dream often involves buying a boat, harnessing the wind and sailing, free as a bird, to a tropical paradise, etc. As a sailing instructor Charlie sometimes admires these oldies expectations and hell give them all the encouragement he can. Certain physical limitations can be overcome by clever techniques. Hoisting the anchor is no longer a concern with an ef“cient windlass. Sails can be sheeted in with electric winches and dinghies can be pulled up with falls and davits. But with all the aids in the world there is still the bending, climbing and crawling (in and out of tight spaces), and the inevitable gymnastics required to “x engine problems where not even a yogi could perform. All these required tenets are a handicap for the creaking elderly. And then there is the diet that oldies consume. Charlie was amazed recently when one charming old fellow started his day with the consumption of a variety of pills, tablets and capsules selected from a compartmentalized tray. When Charlie looked on inquisitively, the gentleman explained: This one is for blood pressure, this one for cholesterol, this one for gout and these are for arthritis. I have to be careful … there are side effects: dizziness, stomach bleeding, diarrhea, constipation, shortness of breath and possible depression. Once I took a heavy dose of laxative and several sleeping pills … both pills worked but the result was not pleasant.Ž Whoa,Ž exclaimed Charlie, ever tried bush tea?Ž The fact is that corrosion begins to set in after retirement age. Old sports injuries start to calcify causing arthritis, arteries harden, plaque builds up and blood pressure increases, organs like kidneys and the liver deteriorate and often the much touted meds deteriorate them more quickly. And then theres the dreaded cancer in all its nasty forms. No, its no fun getting old. So whats the solution? The answer is to start sailing sooner. Plan a sailing cruise by your mid “fties. Theres no better way to enjoy the fruits of your lifetimes labor than to cruise to exotic shores,Ž explains Charlie. The wind calls the tune and you are the master of your destiny.Ž The Golden Years are a misnomer. They are better described as the Rusty Years. Get the most out of life and Do it now ! Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel .SAILING WITH CHARLIE CORROSION

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24 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Fishing The crew aboard the 37ft Intrepid, Liberty caught 11 dolphin “sh and tagged and released an additional two in the St. Croix Golden Hook Fishing Clubs 14th Annual Dolphin Tournament, held April 13. Not only did this copious catch earn Liberty the Best Boat title with 254.4lb total, their anglers prizes for three of the largest “sh including the heaviest dolphin, and a boost to “rst place in the Clubs annual series standings. Liberty also was one of the ten tournament boats that helped launch a new program aimed at dolphin conservation. Liberty left the docks at sunrise and headed northeast until about 10 to 12 miles offshore where they hopped on a current line and started following it down sea. An hour later, it was X marks the spot when crewmembers spotted a frigate bird ”ying low over the water. Liberty s anglers hooked up and landed a double-header as soon as the boat made its GOLDEN HOOK FISHING CLUBS DOLPHIN TOURNAMENT LIBERTY EXCELS!BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER The crew of Liberty at the weigh in Check ƒ with Mates!

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 25 “rst approach on the bird. Then, the team worked the same area through multiple schools ending with angler Danny Sweets 10th largest, a 23.4-pounder, Greg Lees 7th largest, a 25.3-pounder, and Tim Bartzens 1st place 49.3-pounder. The big bull came up on another double hook-up,Ž explains Bartzen. Once the “rst “sh was safely in the box, I focused on the bull. Ive fought a few 44 to 46-pounders before, and let me tell you, they get tougher by the ounce when they get that big. It took about a half-hour of give and take to get him to the boat, and as soon as I did, hed run and jump. Once “nally alongside, he made a couple of desperate deep dives to try to get under the boat and into the props, but fortunately I was able to work him in to where Greg Lee made a clutch gaff-shot and hoisted him aboard for Danny Sweet and Harold Lee to subdue and get him in the box.Ž Liberty wasnt the only boat to score big on dolphin. The ”eet reeled in a total of 34 dolphin collectively weighing 710.7lb. Two anglers aboard La Menajera caught four of the top ten largest dolphin to “nish as Second Best Boat. Captain Alberto Sanchez caught the 4th and 6th largest “sh weighing in at 27.0 and 25.8lb, respectively. Edgar Bengoa caught the 5th and 8th largest “sh weighing in at 25.9 and 25lb, respectively. Trident placed third overall, with Robert Hunsberger, Jr., catching the third largest dolphin, a 27.7-pounder. Finally, it was junior angler Christian Rasmussen who caught Miss Becky s lone money “sh. Rasmussens 34.6-pounder weighed in as second largest of the tournament. A new conservation initiative called the Dolphin Tagging Project was introduced to St. Croix at this tournament. Administered by the Charleston, South Carolina-based, Cooperative Science Services (CSS), the programs goals are to gain life history information about dolphin to protect them from being over“shed. The chief means of accomplishing this is to utilize as many experienced offshore “shermen as possible to capture, tag and release dolphin. The tags are pre-programmed to record data for 30 to 365 days and then pop to the surface, allowing scientists to access the valuable information; dolphin dont need to be recaptured to obtain this data. Researchers hope to expand the project from U.S. waters to the Gulf of Mexico, North Atlantic and Caribbean Sea, with tagging efforts extended to as many Caribbean islands as possible. The CSS are offering annual awards to boats with the top number of tags in recognition of their contribution to science. The Golden Hook Fishing Club added to the incentive by awarding tournament points to anglers who tagged and released dolphin. For more information about this program, visit: www.dolphintagging.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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26 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Racing Circuit In 2012, I went to 16 different regattas all over the world but I was truly blown away by the sheer enjoyment of the Antigua Classics Regatta. Over 60 amazing examples of traditional yachts took part from magni“cent schooners to little pride and joys, lovingly cared for by wooden boat enthusiasts. The sight of these wonderful yachts barrelling through Caribbean surf was spectacular to say the least and this, the 26th edition, was one of the windiest on record, however, the wonderful spectacle was second to the atmosphere amongst the ”eet. Antigua Classic Regatta competitors are truly passionate about the event, no wonder so many boats return year after year. I was lucky enough to race on four very different yachts and enjoyed a real ”avour right across the ”eet. Day One, on board Donald To“as Wild Horses was a real eye-opener. The head-turning 74ft yacht in The Spirit of Tradition Class is a dreamlike creation based on the 12-metre class. Without the shackles of class rules, stepping aboard Wild Horses was like taking a trip into Never-Never land. The “rst detail that strikes you is the spoked wooden wheel, which seems to defy the laws of physics, until you “nd out that the antler-shaped varnish spokes and circumference ANTIGUA CLASSIC YACHT REGATTA 2013BY LOUAY HABIB A VIEW FROM THE DECK Under stormy skies PHOTO: JEAN JARREAU / WWW.CLASSICREGATTA.COMSumurun wins Panerai Overall Performance Trophy at Antigua Classic Yacht RegattaHTTP://WWW.EDGIFFORDPHOTO.COM

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 27are laminated onto brass involving hundreds of man hours in its construction. Wild Horses was most de“nitely galloping on the “rst race, 25 knots of breeze and a rising sea made for a wild ride, power reaching through the surf with rogue waves slapping tropic-warm water down the gunnels, we took the gun and the win on corrected time and Wild Horses went onto win Spirit of Tradition Class A from Jochen Hertzkes Spirit of Rani Race Two was a totally different experience aboard Dave Bullers, Hartley 40, Old Bob Ask anyone who has been to Classics if they know the boat and they will probably start chanting the boats name. Made from concrete with colourful t-shirts on the fenders and a crew decked out in bright clothing, blowing party hooters, Old Bob is the life and soul of the regatta. The wind had picked up for Race Two, touching 30 knots with three metre waves; Old Bob was being tossed around, even though she weighs close to 40 tons! However, the rough conditions didnt dampen the crews spirits, as they cheered every boat around the racecourse blaring out sea shanties with green water “lling up the cockpit! Its Classics and we are out for fun!Ž beamed Dave Buller after racing. If you cant have fun at this regatta, there is no hope for you. It was pretty rough out there today but that was never going to dent our spirits, we sail the boat as best we can and we always have a good laugh. As one of the slowest yachts, a lot of boats pass us on the reach, but we make sure we give everyone a good cheer, its what the regatta is all about.Ž Race Three was to be followed by the Parade of Sail around English Harbour. My ride for the day was Savvy a Carriacou Sloop sailed up from Grenada by Danny Donelan and a bunch of friends from Port Louis Marina on the Spice Island. A spectacular reaching course had Savvy in her element. It was wet on deck but the hi-“ was blaring out reggae tunes all day, singing along to Bob Marley and cracking a few unrepeatable jokes was a great way to spend the day. After racing, things got a little bizarre. The Grenadians were keen to be noticed at the Parade of Sail and started to appear from down below dressed in super hero costumes: Batman, Superman, The Green Flash, Spiderman and of course not forgetting The Incredible Hulk on the helm!Race Two was a totally different experience aboard Dave Bullers, Hartley 40, Old Bob Ask anyone who has been to Classics if they know the boat and they will probably start chanting the boats name.

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28 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Racing Circuit The “nal race of the regatta, I was on board one of the most famous race boats in the world. Stormvogel has won line honours in The Fastnet, Sydney Hobart, Middle Sea Race and the Cape to Rio race and I cant think of another yacht that can claim such a pedigree. Built in 1961, the 74ft ketch, designed by Van de Staadt and built in South Africa, is in fantastic condition, thanks to the careful attention of boat captain and Kiwi boat builder Ian Hulleman. Stormvogel won the race and placed “rst in the entire ”eet after cumulative time correction, much to the delight of the crew. The racing at Antigua Classic Regatta was fantastic but the evening entertainment was just as enjoyable, the highlight for me was the open-mic night organised by Antigua rock band, Itchy Feet. Competitors took to the stage accompanied by one of the Caribbeans “nest bands. Cape Breton “ddler Rosie MacKenzie was absolutely amazing and that is probably the best word to describe the 2013 Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta. Louay Habib is a freelance yachting journalist. For the past twenty years, he has competed at yachting regattas and offshore events all over the world. Louay writes for a variety of clients including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Royal Ocean Racing Club. Heavy seas and strong winds took their toll at the Panerai Antigua Classics with many boats reporting damage to rig or sails. Sympathy must go to The Blue Peter Having crossed the Atlantic to race in the Caribbean, the beautiful 64ft Alfred Mylne design from 1930 lost her mast when a chainplate reportedly pulled out of the deck. It is thought that strain caused by the dismasting also may have caused cracks to open in some of the hull planking. Other victims were the 51ft Saphaedra she broke off the tip of her alloy mizzen mast, while the 60ft ketch Peter von Seestermhe s wooden mizzen mast broke at the spreaders. The gaff cutter Chloe May was another casualty. Her topmast splintered. There were also a number of reports of sail damage. For full results and more, visit: http://antigua classics.com/v1/CONDITIONS TAKE THEIR TOLL Old Bob ƒ Old Bob ƒ Old BobŽHTTP://WWW.EDGIFFORDPHOTO.COM

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30 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Once again the St Barth Bucket was quite a nautical experience. With 36 yachts on the roster, most of them over 100ft long (the formula for this exceptional event), the Bucket celebrated its 18th edition in Saint Barth on March 29-31. After three days of racing, the big winner, racing in Les Mademoiselles des Mers Class, was the 55-meter schooner Adela designed by Dykstra Naval Architects and built by Pendennis Shipyard. Another Dykstra design that took top honors was the JClass replica, Hanuman built by Royal Huisman. Hanuman won all four of the separate J-Class regattas, which was one of the highpoints of the Bucket. Five J-Class beauties „ replicas Hanuman Ranger Lionheart and Rainbow plus the 1933 Velshelda „all racing together, was a rare sight indeed. Hanuman sailed to an easy victory, much to the deRacing Circuit 2013 ST. B ARTH BUCKET ADELA THE BIG WINNER! BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX light of owner Jim Clark and skipper Greg Sloat, with Sir Richard Branson part of the winning crew. As a regatta that gives back to the island of St Barth every year, the Bucket presented a check for 18,000 Euros to the Saint Barth Yacht Club. The 19th edition of the St Barth Bucket takes place March 27-30 2014. For a list of all 2013 St Barth Bucket Awards, visit: www.bucketregattas.com/stbarths/awards.html Ellen Lampert-Graux lives in Saint Barthlemy where she is editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine She writes regularly about entertainment design and technology for Live Design magazine, and about Caribbean architecture for MACO a Trinidad-based lifestyle magazine Adela winner of the 2013 St Barth BucketPHOTO: EDMUND GUDENASJ-Class yachts racing in the St Barth Bucket PHOTO: ROSEMOND GRAUX PHOTO: ROSEMOND GRAUXThe unmistakable square sails of the Maltese Falcon

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32 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Racing Circuit BVI SPRING REGATTA & SAILING FESTIVAL LIBERTY EXCELS!BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER With spectacular race courses and a great party atmosphere ashore the 42nd BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival was an absolute classic. Sailing Festival The racing programme kicked off with the Round Tortola Race for the Nanny Cay Cup. Peter Corrs Alia 82, Aiyana smashed the monohull record by nearly half an hour, setting a new record of 3h 29m 44s for the 37-mile course. Dockside, Corr was delighted to hear that Nanny Cay Resort & Marina had put up a fabulous prize for a record run: Dinner for 15 people and a Jeroboam of Champagne at Peg Legs Restaurant. Fantastic! We have 15 on board and they cost a small fortune to feed,Ž joked Corr. I would like to say a big thank you to Nanny Cay. This is my third trip to the BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival and it de“nitely wont be the last.Ž PHOTO: TODD VANSICKLE/BVI SPRING REGATTA Caribbean Insurers Island Invitational Race to Norman IslandSunshine and a gentle breeze provided sublime conditions for the pursuit race with the faster boats chasing down earlier starters in a game of cat-and-mouse around the beautiful islands south of Tortola. In Classic Class, the lovingly restored vintage sloop The Blue Peter was the victor. We crossed the Atlantic in Blue Peter while taking part in a classic race from Cascais to Barbados and we plan to go to several Caribbean regattas,Ž said skipper Mathew Barker. The BVI Sailing Festival concluded with a lay day with all sorts of fun in the sun. Meanwhile, eight teams took part in the Sol Optimist Challenge held off the beach at Nanny Cay Marina. The relay race, with teams of three, was organized by the Royal BVI Yacht Club to showcase their youth programme funded by Sol. In the “nal heat the winning team was Rayne Duff (Racer), Richard Wooldridge (Adult) and William Dawson (Beginner).

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 33Spring RegattaThree days of world-class racing action and partying under the stars was the format and the regatta proved one of the most exciting for many years. After calm conditions on day one, the second two days had extremely windy conditions with 20 knots of breeze and lumpy seas turning the Sir Francis Drake Channel into a high speed, actionpacked arena. In Spinnaker Racing 1, Sergio Sagramosos Puerto Rican J/122, Lazy Dog “nished the regatta with a bullet and a third place to win the class. Debbie and Dave Clasens Tartan 10, Windemon had an excellent regatta to “nish top of Spinnaker Racing 2. The BVI Melges 32, INTAC skippered by Mark Plaxton scored “ve wins in a 10 race series in Spinnaker Racing 3, to win the class and the award for best BVI boat of the regatta. In Performance Cruiser 1, Hamnett Hills Canadian Marten 49, De“ance scored “ve wins out of six races to win the class by a big margin. The sur“ng conditions and reaching courses suited the team over their heavier displacement rivals. In performance Cruiser 2, Harold Keatings J/95, Shamrock VII had a perfect score for the last two days to win the class. Stanford Joines J/36, Paladin was second, the schoolteacher from St. Croix had pupils on PHOTOS: TODD VANSICKLE/BVI SPRING REGATTA

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34 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Racing Circuit board from St. Croix Central High School with an average age of just 14. Chuck Pesslers Team Island Water World Racing from St. Thomas dominated in the IC 24 Class ending the regatta with a perfect string of bullets. Charlton & Bonannis C&C 41, Red Stripe Reba was the winner in Jib & Main 2. We have come second in class for the last two years so it is great to win this year, the crew have been fantastic in the lively conditions,Ž Bonanni said. Three teams from Holland occupied the podium for Bareboat 1. Although Rene Van Dops Aquaholics sealed the class win, he said winning wasnt that important. We are a group of friends who come over from Holland to enjoy sailing in the Caribbean and we have absolutely loved coming to these beautiful islands, everybody has been so friendly, it just doesnt get better.Ž In Bareboat 2, Peter Nielsons Merlin Kief won the class from Radboud Cruls all Dutch team on Dundee John Pinheiros team, The Whalers from the New Bedford Yacht Club, took third. The Regatta Village at Nanny Cay Marina hosted the BVI Spring Regatta Awards Ceremony. Premier and Minister of Finance & Tourism Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE, was guest of honour along with representatives from all top sponsors. This year, the BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival had the honour of being acknowledged the “rst Carbon Neutral regatta on the planet, awarded by Sailors for the Sea. Visit: http://www.bvispringregatta.org Race report by Louay Habib PHOTOS: TODD VANSICKLE/BVI SPRING REGATTA

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42 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 DESTINATION PANAMASTORY AND PHOTOS BY ROSIE BURR Portobelo is a sleepy town on Panamas northern coast that is shrouded in superstition, veiled in speculation and runs deep with historical signi“cance. The docile town of today belies the notable past it once held. Portobelo, meaning beautiful port, due to its natural beauty, was discovered and named by Christopher Columbus in 1502, and founded in 1597 by Francisco de Valverde y Mercado. As the harbor lent itself to forti“cation, King Filipe II of Spain ordered defenses to be built to protect his bullion and galleons. It was to become the hub of Latin America in the transfer of silver and gold where, once a year, a fair lasting from 30-60 days was held and the town became alive with activity. More forts were built to protect the Spanish colony from pirates. Even before the town was founded it suffered attacks at the hands of Sir Francis Drake who later became ill here and died from fever. It is said his body is buried at sea just outside the harbor in a lead cof“n. But despite all these forts, the likes of Captain Morgan and Admiral Vernon invaded and captured the town. The Spanish eventually abandoned the isthmus in favor of the longer sea-route around Cape Horn. Today Portobelo, a UNESCO world heritage site, makes a logical stopping place for cruisers traveling between the San Blas and Colon. It is an excellent natural harbor and is well protected in anything other than west winds. The most popular anchorage is just off the town, however, across the bay, in the shadow of Fort San Fernando, is an alternative anchorage that is by far the less crowded. Fort San Fernando can be visited by dinghy where you can walk around the grassy remains of the ruins; unfortunately, during the building of the Panama Canal the Americans used stone from the forts walls to build a breakwater to protect the northern end of the canal. Fort San Jeronimo is in the town centre and was the largest built to protect the bay. Slightly further but still within the town limits and by the main pier, is Fort Santiago. Another place to visit of historical interest is the Real Aduana de Portobelo or customs house; a “ne looking building dating back to 1630 when it was originally built by the Spaniards as a counting house for the kings gold. The two-roomed building now serves as an exhibition displaying replica ri”es from colonial times as well as many pictures and PORTOBELO A TASTE OF HISTORY Even before the town was founded it suffered attacks at the hands of Sir Francis Drake who later became ill here and died from fever. Sentry box at Fort Santiago with view of the bay

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 43 The colorful old American school busses brighten the streets of Portobelo Portobelo Bay is a large, deeply indented bay that offers good protection in anything other than west winds

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44 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Destination Panama Alianna at anchor on the quieter northern shore under the shadow of Fort San Fernando Fort San Fernando was built over two levels to protect the bay

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There are many stories pertaining to how the statue of Jesus of Nazareth arrived in Portobelo, but it is believed that it originated from Spain, perhaps as early as 1658 and arrived aboard a ship that was washed ashore by a storm. When the statue was found, it was placed in the church out of respect. The “gure, which stands 1.5m (4.9ft) high has become one of the most revered images in Panama and is surrounded by stories of miracles. Every year ,on October 21st, a festival is held and pilgrims travel from afar to celebrate and pray for miracles. The Black Christ is brought out and paraded through the streets as the pilgrims follow behind, many wearing purple robes and carrying lighted candles, before the statue is returned to its resting place within the church. Another celebration that you may witness is Los Congos. If you are walking through the town and are stopped and held hostage by a scraggy looking clown person wielding a wooden sword, then you have been caught by a Los Congos which is both the name of the person and of the festival. Los Congos is held on New Years Day and patron saints days in Portobelo and other provinces. The tradition dates back to Panamas slave trade when black slaves escaped into the jungle and formed their own communities. Today the festivity involves taking passersby hostage and demanding a ransom fee … normally a few coins will suf“ce. If walking around all these forts is too much, then why not take your dinghy up the mangrove canal at the end of the bay, where you can switch off the engine and quietly row while listening to the hum of nature under the shady canopy of the vines. Or take a bus journey on one of the old American school buses that have been painted in fabulous colors and blast Latin American music. Next time you are sailing past Portobelo, drop anchor off this small, sleepy town with its ramshackle buildings built upon old ruins and take in a view that has been admired for centuries. Rosie and her husband Sim Hoggarth from yacht Wandering Star have cruised the Caribbean and North America full time for nine years. Visit their blog: www.yachtwanderingstar.comThe Black Christ is brought out and paraded through the streets as the pilgrims follow behind, many wearing purple robes and carrying lighted candles.

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 47 United States Virgin Islands A LEGEND SAILS HOME BY JAN ROBINSON CERAMCO NEW ZEALAND a 68ft Bruce Farr design, was a notable addition at the Rolex Sailing Regatta held at the St. Thomas Yacht Club, March 22-24 2013. The sleek CERAMCO was originally built for and raced by the legendary Sir Peter Blake in the1981-82 Whitbread Round the World Race, which he skippered with an all-Kiwi crew. Owner/Captain, Dianne Masters and crew all wore the red socks during the Rolex Regatta, a gesture made famous by Sir Peter to bring good luck. How Masters came to own CERAMCO is quite a story. She grew up in Newport, RI, and as a youngster spent most of her time around the water. At age 18, she set sail from Newport to the Caribbean with little knowledge of boats or sailing other than the adventure stories she had heard. At her farewell party, her mother offered her $10,000 and a 1967 Mustang convertible to stay. Her Dad gave her $100 and told her not to fall off the boat! Masters has had an encyclopedia of experience since her maiden voyage. Arriving in St. Thomas, she met the captain of a 53ft Blue Water Pearson and managed to fake cooking well enough to secure twelve weeks of charter. Becoming a passionate sailor, she moved aboard Sumurun a classic Dianne Masters, owner of CERAMCO the yacht made famous by legendary Kiwi sailor Sir Peter Blake Red sox were worn to honor the memory of Sir Peter Blake

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 49 United States Virgin Islands 95ft Fife racing yacht. After having spent a couple of years working on a variety of vessels, she then joined an 80ft maxi racer on its way to Los Angeles, where she jumped ship. She worked for Soundings Magazine selling ad space, then returned east and bought a construction company. In 2005 Masters spotted a one-line ad in Soundings for a 68ft Farr Aluminum Race Boat, at a good price. The owners, Fred and Eileen Mills (STYC members), had bought CERAMCO from a doctor in Ft. Lauderdale, who had bought it from Peter Blakes Trust. Eileen Mills said, When Peter Blake designed the boat, he did it with the thought of life after racing cruisingŽ, which the Mills did from 2002 … 2005, with their sons Nelson and Freddie. In 2007 Masters sold everything and headed south to Bermuda and St. Thomas on CERAMCO When she purchased the boat, she was unaware of the yachts famous history. But after reading the book Blakes Odyssey she decided not to do the complete re“t she had in mind. Below deck has been modi“ed but everything topside is faithful to the original design. On learning she owned a special piece of New Zealands yachting history, Masters spearheaded a project to raise money to sail back to Auckland this year and donate CERAMCO to the NZ Maritime Museum. When asked why, she answered, I just think its the right thing to do.Ž To accomplish this feat, Masters has launched a creative fundraiser by producing a giant photograph of CERAMCO cutting it into 10,000 pieces and selling each piece for $10 a square. To participate, purchase one or more pieces of history and follow her progress from the Caribbean to New Zealand. On arrival in Auckland, Masters plans to attend the special Mast Falling Down party on September 17th, an annual tribute to Sir Peter Blake, CERAMCO and crew. CERAMCO plans to leave St. Thomas around May 15th, cruise to the Galapagos Islands and then sail the longest downwind run in the world, to New Zealand. There, the boat will pick up a Kiwi crew and compete in the Rolex Sydney Hobart race in December. In light winds, we dont have a chance of winning, even with the red socks,Ž says Masters, but give us at least 25 knots and we are untouchableŽ. To help deliver and inspire, be part of Dianne Masters voyage by buying a few squares of the giant photograph! For information, visit: www.ceramconz.com or email: dimasters@aol.com or Jan@shiptoshoreinc.com Capt. Jan Robinsons Ship to Shore Cookbook Collection is available at your local marine or bookstore. Visit www. shiptoshoreINC.com email CapJan@aol.com Tel: 704-2776521. Dont miss the new cookbook added to Jans collection: DINING ON DECK

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 51The yacht Corina IV a Beneteau Oceanis 52, departed St.Maarten in May on a 60 country, “ve continent, circumnavigation of the globe. Five young friends, Laura Bijnsdorp, Kippy Gilders, Alex Nebe and Maria Merkens, who grew up together on St. Maarten, comprise the crew. The boat is skippered by Max Loubser, one of the youngest captains in the Caribbean. Together they aspire to be the “rst St. Maarten vessel to sail around the world. Because circumnavigations are still quite rare … more people have scaled Mount Everest … any attempt to sail around the world captures our attention. No real sailor can say they didnt envy Laura Dekker, the fourteen year old Dutch girl who started and “nished her record-breaking circumnavigation in St. Maarten. Since Joshua Slocum made the “rst solo around the world trip in 1895 we have been in awe of those who take on the oceans in small boats. Such ventures led to knighthoods for Sir Francis Chichester and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston as a grateful Britain acknowledged the outstanding performance of its sailors. Similarly, America provided the world with our “rst reality event as we followed 16-year-old Robin Lee Graham, in his tiny 24ft sloop Dove when he made his way around the world. Whether solo or crewed, non-stop or multi-stop, no other sailing endeavor draws equal respect. During the voyage, the crew will take part in a study conducted by Plymouth University in England. Using a Secchi disc, they will measure sea water turbidity and transmit data and GPS information back to the university via an app. The data will be used by the university as part of a multi-year global study of plankton, without a doubt one of the most essential components of the food chain in our oceans. As they sail west, the crew will also be donating used snorkeling gear collected in St. Maarten to the “sherman of Ile-a-Vache, Haiti. The circumnavigation is dedicated to Environmental Protection in the Caribbean (EPIC), an organization that is doing great work particularly in protecting St. Maartens Simpson Bay Lagoon. The voyage is also dedicated to International Bipolar Awareness … a cause close to the heart of the owner of the vessel. His wish is for anyone dealing with a bipolar diagnosis to know the peace and inner strength that comes from sailing and the sea. To follow Corina IV and her young crew, visit: www. readysetsailnow.com or go to their Facebook page: Ready Set Sail St. Maarten / St. Martin YOUNG ST. MAARTENERS SET OUT ON CIRCUMNAVIGATION BY ALLARD STAMM Ready to set sail, from left: Kippy Gilders, Alex Nebe, Maria Merckens, Max Loubser and Laura Bijnsdorp

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 53 St. Barthlemy The 2013 edition of Les Voiles de St Barth broke the events record in numbers, with 62 sailboats of various sizes racing the week of April 8-13. With winds up to 20 knots, the racing was tough for some, with torn sails and broken masts. One casualty was St. Maarten sailor Frits Bus, skipper of the Melges 24 Island Water World Bus was heading toward the top spot in his class until a broken mast left him in second place, behind rivals Budget Marine/Gill Les Voiles takes place right on the heels of The St Barth Bucket, barely giving the island a chance to breathe between regattas. But the landscape of the race is different: the Bucket ”eet of 36 boats„almost all over 100ft„ disperses, and while a few stay around for Les Voiles, its not the same kind of regatta with a majority of the boats much smaller and from around the Caribbean, including St Barth. But there were some big beauties in the Maxi and Maxi/ Racing Class. For example, Jim Swartzs TP52 Vesper won all “ve races for the Racing Maxi Class, taking home the handsome RM028 Special Edition Les Voiles de St. Barth watch presented by Richard Mille, the main sponsor of the race. In winning, Swartz remarked: This week has been LES VOILES DE SAINT BARTH BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUXA RECORD NUMBER OF BOATS pretty typical: constant wind, 15-17 knots; predictable but shifty, with challenging and nice waves on the back side of the island. Kind of a sailors paradise; the race committee does a great job, the people are terri“c.Ž Selene a Swan 80, was awarded a titanium RM 028 Automatic dive watch from Richard Mille, having beaten Whisper and Idea of London (and the Swan 100 Varsovie which retired from the regatta after damaging its headstay on the “rst day) in the Maxi Class. Other winners include Heroina in the Classics, Paradox in Multi-Racing, LEsperance in NonSpinnaker, Music in Spinnaker 1, Lazy Dog in Spinnaker 2, and Credit Mutuel Martinique Premiere in Spinnaker 3. The “fth edition of Les Voiles de Saint Barth will be held on April 7…12 2014. For more information and full results, visit: www.lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com Ellen Lampert-Graux lives in Saint Barthlemy where she is editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine She writes regularly about entertainment design and technology for Live Design magazine, and about Caribbean architecture for MACO a Trinidad-based lifestyle magazine. Chalking up another class win … Budget Marine/GillPHOTO: LVSB

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 55 Antigua ANTIGUA STORY BY TEZ PLAVENIEKS PHOTOS BY CHRIS MORGANA FREERIDE WINDSURFERS PARADISE Picture yourself blasting across bubblegum blue water … a small ramp forming every now and then to launch off. Never too windy but always some form of breeze. Heading back to shore the tropical greenery ”utters in the wind and the whole vista is picture postcard stunning. If that doesnt get you frothing at the mouth, then nothing will! Antigua truly is a freeride windsur“ng paradise.First impressionsFlying into VC Bird Airport is ideal for windsurfers, as during the approach you swoop down to sea level and are given a birds eye view of the conditions. Trade Winds hit the northern part of the island “rst … and its here that the majority of the windsur“ng action takes place. If you dont want to drive too far for your windy “x then its best to pick an accommodation option in this area. There are plenty to choose from, particularly around the Dickenson Bay area, which just so happens to be on the main road that swings past Jabberwock Beach … probably the most consistent and popular spot on the island. Here the breeze puffs straight onshore, allowing you to sail along parallel to the coast. A few small shallow reef areas can be spotted from the beach … some are buoyed-off for your safety … but other than that its a great place to blast, gybe and jump. If you spent your whole trip just sailing at Jabberwock Beach it wouldnt be a bad thing. Further a“eldHeading round the corner to the northeast side of Antigua, the wind swings a little more side shore from the right. The UK water sports company Sunsail used to be based out of Club Colona in Hodges Bay. The hotel is still there, and remnants of old windsurf kit can be seen lying around, but they no longer hire gear or offer lessons. There are access points to the water if you search, and the sailing here can be quite relaxing. There is usually a Fi chop hopping in paradise

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 57 Antigua slight wind shadow on the inside but once off the beach the breeze is steady and consistent. Venturing over to the Atlantic side of Antigua, many windsurfers choose to head to Half Moon Bay. The spot can be a little tricky to “nd but its worth searching out as the sailing can be awesome. On its day the beach even gets a small wave for some aerial antics. Its worth pointing out that the shore break can be challenging to the inexperienced. If it looks nasty„and youre not feeling con“dent„then avoid it.Waves?If youre a hard-core wave head then Antigua isnt the destination for you. A shallow reef shelf blocks most swell activity and surrounds the island. Having said that, there is one place which is pretty good, but youll need a boat ... Lying approximately four kilometres opposite the mouth of St. Johns harbour is a small sandy atoll sitting on its lonesome. Sandy Island nestles just outside of Antiguas reef barrier and picks up a decent amount of surf. If youre competent in waves (and youll need to be, as the break is shallow, fast and hollow) then with the right amount of persuasion you could get a local to ferry you across or even hire a craft yourself. But remember … if things go awry, then its a pretty lonely place!Tuition and hireWindsurf Antigua is based at Jabberwock Beach and offers kit hire and lessons. The gear available is freeride in nature (90L … 150 L boards) and will get you on the water in no time if youre not taking your own equipment. Patrick Scales runs the out“t and is contactable via his website: www.windsurfantigua.net Other options If, during your visit, the wind should not blow then fear not as there are plenty of other activities to keep you amused. St Johns is the buzzing capital of Antigua and has a choice of shopping outlets to browse. Dickinson Bay features a number of water sports rental shacks that offer dinghy and catamaran sailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding and banana boat rides. Eating and drinking is fantastic in Antigua with great restaurants on offer. On Sunday night Shirley Heights Lookout, overlooking Nelsons Dockyard, is the place to be. Tez Plavenieks is an experienced freelance writer specialising in action sports and travel. He currently edits, writes and produces content for a variety of different outlets both online and in print. Waves? Oh yes ... if you know where to look Tez pops a little hop

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 59 A record-breaking total of 54 yachts and 29 local doubleenders registered to take part in the Bequia Sailing Clubs 32nd Bequia Easter Regatta. Conditions were blustery and challenging but this could not dampen the spirits of the 83 boat ”eet as they raced throughout the four day event. Two, one-design Classes one for the 25ft French Surprise boats from Martinique, and the other for the popular J24s; a Racing (spinnaker) Class and two Cruising Classes made up the 54-yacht ”eet. Competition was fast and furious in the blustery winds, however, the nightly awards ceremonies and get-togethers, hosted by the Bequia Sailing Club and sponsors Heineken and Mount Gay Rum, kept spirits and camaraderie at an all-time high. Fourteen French yachts made the journey from Martinique to compete. They were joined by boats from around the Caribbean, USA, Canada and Europe. Regatta Premier Sponsors First Citizens awarded unique teak trophies to the winners of Fridays First Citizens Yacht Races and Big Boat Challenge, whilst winners of Sundays BEQUIA HEINEKEN EASTER REGATTA 2013 BREAKS ALL RECORDS! Bequia 11-boat entry Heineken single-handed Yacht Race and Mondays Heineken Yacht Races all received additional prizes courtesy of Heineken. Regatta sponsors United Insurance lent their name to the J24 three-race series on Saturday, with the United Insurance Challenge Trophy going to the young crew from St. Lucia on Bad Attitude skippered by Frederic Sweeney. The nine boat J24 Class competed “ercely throughout the regattas six specially designed races. When the “nal results Spectacular skills on display for the The First Citizens Big Boat Challenge for the cream of Bequias double-endersPHOTO COURTESY OF BEQUIA SAILING CLUBCruising I Class was won by the Luders 44 Frolic skippered by Hans Lammers of AntiguaPHOTO COURTESY OF BEQUIA SAILING CLUB

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60 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Panama panama@marinewarehouse.net Curaao curacao@marinewarehouse.net Miami 305 635 0776 usa@marinewarehouse.net Trinidad Tardieu Marine, Chaguaramas 868 634 4150 tt@marinewarehouse.net INTL ORDERS sales@marinewarehouse.net We save you $$$ by consolidating your orders. Weekly Ocean Freight @ Affordable Rates! www.marinewarehouse.net were tallied, Bad Attitude was the overall winner, thereby also taking the J24 Southern Caribbeans Champion Trophy for 2013. St. Vincents own Salt“sh skippered by Philip Barnard took a well-earned second overall, pushing last years Champion Fadeaway from Barbados into overall third place on a points tie-break. Overall winners in the other four closely contested classes were Racing Class: Lost Horizon (James Dobbs, Antigua) with a typically impressive two “rsts and a second, Cruising I: Frolic (Hans Lammers, Antigua), unbeatable with two “rsts and a “fth place; Cruising II: Leonora (David Spieler, Barbados); and Surprise: GFA Caraibes (Nicolas Gillet, Martinique) … runaway winner yet again with three “rst places. On the local boat side, excitement ran at fever pitch on Good Friday for the First Citizens Big Boat Challenge, as the sleek new 28-footer Fo True took part in her maiden race. Owned by Dylan Ferry from the Virgin Islands and built and skippered by master boat-builder Arnold Hazell, FoTrue s glistening varnished hull drew huge crowds of admirers. With nine entrants overall, the race was won by Bequias own Double Bluff skippered by Lachie King. The 29-boat local double-ender ”eet that took part in the three race series over the Easter weekend came mostly from Bequia, but also included boats from Canouan, Mayreau and Carriacou. Amongst the Bequia boats there were no fewer than seven competing with young Bequia sailors as crew. With Mondays long Mount Gay Challenge race for the largest boats postponed because of dif“cult weather conditions, the overall winner of Bank of SVG Trophy in this 28ft Class 7 is yet to be decided. The other overall winners were O Connie (Class I, Wag Service Station Trophy) My Way (Class 2, RBTT Trophy), Lightning from Mayreau (Class 4, Mountain Top Spring Water Trophy), Nerissa J 2 (Class 5 Caribbean Woods Trophy),with 140-year-old Iron Duke taking overall honors in Class 6 with The Bequia Sailing Club Trophy. A large crowd of competitors from both the local doubleender ”eet and the yacht racing ”eet were welcomed at the closing ceremony by Senator Elvis Charles, representing Minister of Tourism, Sport and Culture the Hon. Cecil McKie. Charles thanked the competitors and sponsors, and reaf“rmed his ministrys commitment to supporting the Bequia Sailing Club in their work in putting on the regatta each year. Sir James Mitchell, founder of the Bequia Sailing Club, and Northern Grenadines MP Dr. The Hon. Godwin Friday joined the competitors at the gardens of the Gingerbread Hotel for the regatta prize-giving. For full results, visit: www.begos.com/easterregatta Report courtesy of Bequia Sailing Club Bequia

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62 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Grenada The Oyster World Rally may have set off from Antigua in January but the British companys burning desire to make sure their other customers in the Caribbean region are enjoying themselves has not diminished. The Oyster Regatta in Grenada was a highly enjoyable blend of yacht racing brimming with sportsmanship and exclusive parties at locations to die for. The home of the Oyster Regatta Grenada was Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina, Grenada. Nineteen Oysters … including four impressive Oyster 82s … enjoyed the fabulous facilities of Port Louis, which must have some of the friendliest staff anywhere in the Caribbean. Grenada recently had a change of government and it was encouraging to see that two ministers attended the opening party at Mount Cinnamon. After an electrifying OYSTER REGATTA GRENADABY LOUAY HABIBANOTHER WINNING EVENT ON THE SPICE ISLAND performance by the Tivoli Drummers, Oyster CEO David Tydeman introduced the guests of honour for the opening night. Minister for Foreign Affairs, The Hon. Nickolas Steele and Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture The Hon. Alexandra Otway-Noel. Minister Steele, an avid sailor, was delighted to accept an invitation to race with the Oyster ”eet during the Regatta. The Oyster family enjoyed a sumptuous barbeque supper of traditional Grenadian dishes accompanied by one of the islands “nest soul singers, Jenny Jeremiah. Racing at the Oyster Regatta Grenada got off to a fantastic start with an adrenalinpumping passage race to Le Phare Bleu on the rocky south coast, sponsored by Dolphin Sails. The trades seriously kicked in providing over 25 knots of deep blue Caribbean surf. Starry Night running before the wind

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 63 I was fortunate enough to hitch a ride on Hilton and Louise Nathansons Oyster 82, Mathilda Sound The couple had never raced before and, for their debut, were joined by their two sons, Oliver and Tate and accompanied by Oysters Klaas Meertens and his son, Damian. Hilton steered all day but gave the honour of crossing the “nish line to Damian Meertens. Oliver Nathanson caddied on the mainsheet, whilst Tate was in charge of furling the headsails. With three crew aged 12 or under, Mathilda Sound was a youthful affair but all three youngsters concentrated dutifully on their tasks. Watching these youngsters get into sailing with their parents reminded me of what a fantastic sport sailing is: three kids really enjoying a day with their parents and not a computer game in sight! After racing, Le Phare Bleu organised a fantastic welcome in Petit Calivigny Bay. The old Swedish lightship Vstra Banken was the venue for cocktails, accompanied by a ”oating steel band, before a “ne buffet at Le Phare Bleus al fresco restaurant. Racing at the Oyster Regatta Grenada continued with glorious conditions for the predominantly downwind passage race back to Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina, sponsored by Pelagos Yachts. Clear blue skies and 15 to 20 knots of south-easterly breeze provided a sublime reach back to Grenadas capital, St Georges. The Oyster ”eet was a magni“cent sight, gliding elegantly downwind with colourful spinnakers re”ected in the crystal blue Caribbean water. After racing, a cocktail reception at Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina hosted by the Marine & Yachting Association of Grenada was followed by a fabulous night at the La Luna Resort. Tucked away near Morne Rouge Bay, the award-winning designer resort has been the secret hideaway of the rich and famous for the past 14 years. The owner Bernardo Bertucci, a self-confessed fan of Oyster Yachts, ensured that a fantastic time was had by all. With a lay day the next day, the party went on long into the night. After a day of relaxing on the beautiful beaches of Grenada, the Oyster ”eet returned to racing action with a tight and tactical triangular course just outside Port Louis Marina, sponsored by Lewmar. The penultimate party venue for the Oyster family was the unique tropical Aquarium Restaurant on Magazine Beach. After enjoying a few sundowners, the seafood barbeque included delicious local lobster and a freshlysliced ham carvery, all served by friendly staff. The “nal day of racing had both classes going to the wire, eventually Oyster 82, Starry Night of the Caribbean held off a strong challenge from Michael Hahns American Oyster 655, Matawai to take the big boat class. Three British yachts occupied the podium in Class Two. Chris Glossops Oyster 575, Dreamer of Hamble took the win closely followed by Harvey & Sue Deaths Oyster 56, Sarabi and Richard & Angela Parkinsons Oyster 56, Sophistikate Racing was very competitive but Oyster Regattas are not only about racing, the occasions are ideal for families and friends who want to enjoy exclusive occasions in some of the most awe-inspiring sailing locations in the world and that was most certainly well achieved in Grenada. For more information: www.oysteryachts.com Louay Habib is a freelance yachting journalist. For the past twenty years, he has competed at yachting regattas and offshore events all over the world. Louay writes for a variety of clients including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Royal Ocean Racing Club. Eyes right! The parties continued into the night

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64 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Curaao CURACAO REGATTA 2013 Curaao Regatta Windsurfers, winners from all classes (from left, standing): Ryan Richie, Richard Richie, Aron Etmon, Jean Paul Da Silva De Goes and Stijn Overwater; (from left, kneeling): Stefan De Bell, Lucas Van Neutegem, Oscar Etmon, Lara Overwater It was action all the way at the Curaao Regatta 2013 sailed over the last weekend in March off the beautiful coastal waters south of Curacao and Spanish Waters. Organized by De Stichting Vrienden van de Curacao Regatta this years event brought together a splendid number of participants to compete in several different classes that included yachts (monohulls & Catamarans) Sun“shes, Centaurs (short and long keel), Optimists; Class A, B and C, and Windsurfers; Class A, B and C. The event was deemed a wonderful success by the competitors and by the public who went along in large numbers to enjoy the spectacle. The windsur“ng was spectacular with 22 sailors registered and taking part. Classes were divided into Windsur“ng A, for the advanced windsurfers and ProKids; Windsur“ng B, for those at intermediate level, and Windsur“ng C for the rookies. The 2.85 nautical mile course for A and B classes took the ”eet around the Yerba Islands. Windsurfers in Class C sailed a shorter, 1.41 nautical mile course out to a buoy at the entrance of Hyatt. All classes started and “nished at Zeeverkenners. Blustery conditions on the “rst day brought a taste of things to come and by day two the wind was gusting to 26 knots. This brought out the best in the windsurfers who showed a high degree of skill as they sped around the course, setting some very fast times. Although fun to watch, the competitors WINDSURFING WELL REPRESENTED fought hard for a podium place and while competition was “erce, sportsmanship was priority number one. A press release detailing the regatta results included a thank you to the organizers of Curacao Regatta 2013, and made special mention of the volunteers, the sponsors, and all the participants, for making it a wonderful event. CLASS A 1st: Aron Etmon (CUR-2) 2nd: Jean Paul Da Silva De Goes (CUR-914) 3rd: Richard Richie (CUR182) CLASS B 1st: Stijn Overwater (CUR-123) 2nd: Ryan Richie (CUR-172) 3rd: Oscar Etmon (CUR-211) CLASS C 1st: Stefan de Bell 2nd: Lara Overwater 3rd: Lucas Van NeutegemWINDSURFING COMPETITION RESULTS

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66 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Bonaire RESURGENT SAILING BONAIRE IS FAST BECOMING THE SAILING MECCA OF THE SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN Bonaire is an island with a rich maritime past. For generations, its sailors left for jobs in the merchant marine, “rst on sailing schooners and then on conventional freighters. The Bonaire International Regatta came later and is now in its 45th year. Plus, the island has long been a favorite destination for those cruising the Dutch Caribbean. Even the countrys colorful ”ag sports a compass rose rising above a symbolic slash of Caribbean blue. In the past year Bonaire has experienced a resurgence in sailing. Beyond the small dinghies from the local sailing school, other sailboats are now dotting the waters along the islands calm leeward shore. One reason for that is Sailing Point Bonaire, the creation of Dutchman Mark Dieperink. Look at the water here,Ž says Dieperink. We always have good winds, small waves, and minimal current. Its perfect. And Klein Bonaire (the offshore islet) has such clear, dark blue water. I always say it is like cruising in Spa Blue (a Belgian bottled water). It is so beautiful here.Ž BY PATRICK HOLIAN Dolphin off the bow of Southern Caribbean Sailings Valk, coast of Bonaire The yacht Full Circle on a mooring in Bonaire

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 67 Dieperink currently keeps three boats on moorings off Kralendijk, Bonaires port town. They include a UFO, a Centaur, and a Yngling, the speedy Norwegian racer. All three sloops are around 20ft long and can be rented for day sailing. Also, there are two catamarans onshore from which to choose. In addition, Dieperink gives hands-on sailing lessons and serves as captain for those customers who just want a ride. But perhaps his biggest contribution is his volunteer work for the Bonaire Sailing School Association located at Kas Di Regatta, the regatta house. Ive volunteered there for two years now. I like it because the local kids really want to learn to sail. I get a lot of enjoyment from them, and they are busy with sailing instead of hanging out on the street. I teach them on my Optimist, Laser or Sun“sh dinghies and occasionally I take them out on my other boats.Ž But Sailing Point Bonaire is not the only game in town. South Caribbean Sailing, located at the Plaza Resort Marina, rents out the classic Valk (falcon in English). These Dutchmade 21ft, gaff-rigged, keel boats ”y like the wind. I had the chance to “nd out “rst hand aboard Tera Kor one of three Valks available for rent. Two friends and I glided silently out of the marina powered by the sloops Torqeedo electric motor. We set both main and roller furling jib and headed south to Bonaires saltpans. The Valk handled the 18-knot winds with ease, and by islands end we tacked back north. Later, an enthusiastic pod of dolphins raced off Tera Kor s bow in two meters of gin-clear water. It was a “ne day at sea. But South Caribbean Sailing also offers a bigger sailboat for those who want to wander from Bonaires shores. Nawati is a spacious 46ft Beneteau owned by Werner Haan. He can arrange either bare boat or captained charters to Venezuelas uninhabited Aves Islands or neighboring Curaao. Or one can choose the 49ft skippered Hallberg Rassy ketch, Full Circle which often departs from Kralendijk. Sailing Bonaire is very nice with good winds and no waves along the coast,Ž explains Captain Paul van der Linden. Because of this we offer day trips sailing around Klein Bonaire and cruises to the north or south. Plus, we enjoy the excellent diving and snorkelling of Bonaire. But the island is also a very good place to welcome guests from Europe, and we often make trips to either Los Roques (Venezuela) or Curaao.Ž With this resurgent interest in sailing, Bonaire is now a destination for tourists and yachties alike. Visitors can learn to sail small boats along the sheltered leeward coast or take an adventurous passage to nearby islands. Visiting sailors can take a break from their large yachts and enjoy the simple pleasures of a daysailer. And for those of us who live here, we get to enjoy the pleasing view of white sails on the endless horizon. When not writing for All At Sea Wooden Boat and Sailing magazines, Patrick Holian can be found at the helm of his 14-foot catboat, Kontentu cruising the shores of Bonaire. Local kids enjoying a Sailing Point Bonaire sloop The author (right) and Pieter Jongerius aboard Southern Caribbean Sailings Valk

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72 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 CaribbeanSeaCuraao Bonaire Aruba Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda AntiguaColombiaPuerto Rico Jamaica Haiti Dominican Republic Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 4 1 Christophe Harbour, St. Kitts. The harbor, beach and Nevis Peak are all part of the exceptional views from this 4 BR 4.5 BA residence on 129 Morning Rise Lane. Features include an expansive upper level master suite with private courtyard, three guest suites with private entry and direct access to the poolside terrace, and outdoor living space with wet bar and kitchen. Purchase quali“es for Citizenship by Investment program and Christophe Harbour Club membership. Price: USD $3,450,000 THOMAS LIEPMAN, Christophe Harbour Real Estate info@ChristopheHarbour.com www.ChristopheHarbour.com Of“ce: (869) 466-8738 or (800) 881-7180 2 St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Enjoy fabulous views that stretch from Salt River to St. Thomas, St. John and the British Virgin Islands beyond from this 3 BR, 2.5 BA custom-built West Indian-style home designed to maximize outdoor living. Theres beautiful Mexican tile ”oors throughout. French doors lead from the kitchen and living area to a spacious outdoor covered deck. Meticulously maintained. Price: USD 580,000 JULIE SAN MARTIN, Team San Martin RE/MAX St. Croix Julie@teamsanmartin.com | www.teamsanmartin.com Cell: (340) 690-9040 | Of“ce: (340) 773-1048 ext. 11 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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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 73 4 5 Temple, Dominica. Paradise found! Two adjoining plots front a small private bay with beach and stream and overlook two nearby islets. Its a romantics dream location with just the sound of breaking surf and birdsong to break the peace. Theres good access via a short un-paved track. Power and phone services are within approximately 500 yards. Prices: USD $377,500 (Plot 1 = 1.52 acres), US $324,000 (Plot 2 = 1.20 acres) STEWART ANDREWS, Caribbean Land & Property consultant@caribbeanlandandproperty.com www.caribbeanlandandproperty.com Of“ce: (767) 449-7814 3 Christ Church, Barbados. Perfectly positioned on one of Barbados most picturesque coastlines, this breathtaking penthouse has Hastings Rock beach at its doorstep. This fully furnished 2BR 2BA condo is spread over 2,074 sq. ft. and is complemented by a private roof deck with plunge pool and magni“cent views across the sea. Designed by renowned Barbados-based Architect Ian Morrison, this South Ocean Villa (702) is fully equipped with washer, dryer, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher and airconditioning. It is a few steps from shopping and dining and minutes away from the world-famous St. Lawrence Gap and the Barbados Yacht Club. Price: USD $595,000 KATHY-DAWN BURKE, TERRA CARIBBEAN kd.burke@terracaribbean.com www.terracaribbean.com Cell: (246) 826-2081 | Of“ce: (246) 434-9000Blue Lagoon, St. Vincent & the Grenadines. A million dollar view awaits from this classy 5 BR two-level villa built on 0.4-acres of land overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Bequia and other Grenadine Islands. The master bedroom boasts an en-suite bathroom and balcony, while other features include a spacious lounge with protected veranda, dining with balcony, open plan kitchen and library. A sweeping staircase with rock garden to one side leads to the downstairs with a charming courtyard, two bedrooms, additional kitchen, dining room and lounge area. Price: USD $1,100,000 JOHN BARNARD, Barnards Ltd Barnard.john@gmail.com | www.barnards-svg.com Of“ce: (784) 457-4806 or (784) 458-4613 Located adjacent to and directly behind STYC, this end of "Port Lane" gated compound boasts two family residences, each 3bdrm/2bath as well as a small boatyard on .810 acres. Income producer.O ered by owner/builder: $899,000 Email tkozyn@yahoo.com for appt. REDUCED PRICE! ST. THOMAS, USVI

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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. $69K offers! 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. $99K Offers 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. $44K Offers 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! 1999 Catalina 42. Loaded and absolutely immaculate. Does not get better than this. $99K 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 2000 Bavaria 38. Clean and ready to go liveaboard. $75K!! 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 2000 Jeanneau 40 Ft Deck Saloon. Well presented $79K 2007 HANSE 430e. Immaculate fully equipped for Blue water passage making. One careful owner since new. Offers! 1998 FP Bahia four cabin. New engines and plenty other new stuff! E 190K Tel: + 1 721 553 4475 Tony@littleships.com St Martin F.W.I. Anguilla

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 79 40 2000 Cruiser Express $125,000 40 2002 Corinthian 400 $250,000 32 2003 Wellcraft Scarab $64,900Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 28 2002 Grady White Sailfish $40,000 50 1988 Beneteau 500 $92,000 40 1992 Caliber $98,000Compass 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 28 02 Grady White, 200HP Yamahas ...=40K 32 03 Wellcraft Scarab, twin Yahamas ..=64.9K 37 97 Hunter, AP, Sugar Scoop .............=63K 40 92 Caliber, 2 strms, great cond.........=98K 44 65 Pearson Countess, Classic .........=35K 44 77 CSY Sloop, new rigging ...............=69K 45 87 Hatteras SF, A>C new genset ....=199K 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 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 02 Dyna Craft MY, 3 strms 450HP Cats... =295K 58 76 Alden Boothbay Challenger .......=250K Brokerage

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80 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Brokerage Continued on page 87 Powerboats40FT 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 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 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73/2006 TARTAN 41 … in Puerto Rico OVER =200k in upgrades … older hull with everything replaced incl. rig, sails, interior, electronics, engine, etc. Will sell or trade for real estate anywhere interesting in States or Caribbean. =49,900. OBO Please call 617<650<3330 or captainscott@ verizon.net PEARSON 40 1979 C/B SLOOP. Westerbeke 40 hp diesel major refit 2010. Dinghy. Large sail inven< tory, Self steering gear, wind vane etc In Tortola. For full details: bill hirst1926@gmail.com or 1 284 542 4311 =25,000 OBO MARINE CENTREwww.paradiseboats.com Old Parham Road / Jolly Harbor Tel: 268-462-5760 / 562-7125 Email: paradise@candw.ag Sales & Service New & Used Storage, Warranty & General Service Fiberglass Repair & Bottom PaintingMarine Store SS Hardware, Engine Parts, Safety Gear, Paint, Accessories, Trailer Parts, Props, Engine Sales & InboardBrokerage Pre-approved Used Trade Ins & Pre-owned Boat SalesTrailers Continental/Rocket TrailersRentals & Charters Day Charters Cruise & Fish up to 60 ft Cruisers Boat Rentals Self Drive up to 20 ft Center Consoles 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 Fully equipped plus extras. Asking $1.3MFor more info Contact:marquis65vys@gmail.com2005 MARQUIS 65 2007 33 foot Contender FisharoundNew 2012 2 X300HP Yamahas. Boat is in perfect condition and kept on a lift. All electronics for “ shing or cruising. Priced to sell below U.S. price. Hard top and outriggers. $138,000 Ph 721-587-7469 or caribpower2004@hotmail.com FOR SALE IN ST. MAARTEN

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JUNE 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 81 Brokerage 50 Carver Cockpit Motor Yacht, 1996 Twin Cats, flybridge, galley up, aft cabin, Covered aft deck, great design =169,000 43 Hinckley, 1979 New engine 2013, new Awlgrip 2012 New spars ? rig 2009, classic Hood design =150,000 46 Beneteau 461, 1999 Major refit 2010<11, beautifully kept Cruise equipped, sail away condition =140,000 38 Irwin MKII, 1987 Center cockpit sloop, 2>2 layout Large aft cabin, affordable price =68,000 47 Beneteau 473, 2004 Private, never chartered, beautifully kept Equipped for cruising, must see, offers =185,000 48 Camargue Yachtfisher, 1988 Twin Perkins, 2>2 layout, galley down covered aft deck, flybridge, offers =99,500 34 Mainship Pilot, 2002 Single Yanmar, bow thruster full cabin and head, super clean =89,000 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 49 2003 Bavaria … One owner, never chartered, huge owners cabin ..............=180,000 45 1980 Sea Master … Center cockpit, roomy layout, no engine, offers ...........=45,000 44 1981 CSY Walkover … Tall rig furling mainsail, great value, offers ..............=55,000 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 .........=30,000 40 2000 Beneateu Center Cockpit … Well equipped live aboard......................=120,000 40 1998 Beneteau Center Cockpit …Furling mainsail, low hours, clean ............=93,000 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 ....=30,000 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 44 1978 Gulfstar Motor Yachts … Twin Perkins 2>2 layout, galley down ............=95,000 42 2004 Searay 420 Sundancer … Twin Yanmars, genset, 2 cabin, 2 head .....=230,000 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 38 1967 Camcraft … Aluminum crew boat, completely refit in 2002 ..................=50,000 33 1990 Wellcraft Coastal … Twin MP454s, full cabin, flybridge, offers ............=30,000 29 2007 Twin Vee … CC power cat, New 2013 twin Suzuki 250s .....................=89,000 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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88 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2013 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON If you are looking to add new healthy recipes to your cooking repertoire, try some of these ƒ No need to eat a boring salad night after night. Explore greens, vegetables and dressings to spice up your dinner. Try some delicious seafood recipes. Weve also have some fresh fruit recipes for dessert. These summer recipes are sure to please every appetite.VEGETABLE SALAD WITH SALSA VERDEPreparation time: 10 minutes. Chilling time: 30 minutes Cooking time: 1-1/2 hours. Serves: 6 4 medium beets (about 1lb) Kosher salt 3/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1 head cauli”ower, cut into bit-size ”orets 1 cup baby carrots, cut and peeled 6 green onions, chopped Preheat oven to 350F. Place beets on a piece tinfoil and sprinkle with salt and a little olive oil. Place in baking dish and bake until tender about 1-1/2 hours. Cool beets, peel and slice into wedges. Meanwhile bring a large pot of generously salted water to a boil. Add cauli”ower and cook until just tender, 4 to 5 minutes. Using a slotted spoon, transfer cauli”ower to a colander and rinse with cold water until cool. Drain well and transfer to a large bowl. Return water to a boil and repeat with baby carrots. In a medium size bowl, stir together oil, parsley, capers, zest, tsp salt, pepper and garlic to make a salsa verde. Toss beets with cauli”ower and carrots. Add green onions and arrange on a large serving platter and drizzle salsa verde on top. Serve at room temperature.GRILLED BLACKENED CATFISHPreparation time: 10 minutes. Chilling time: 30 minutes Cooking time: 10 minutes. Serves: 6 12 oz/340g butter 6 “llets of cat“sh 2 Tbsp, Paul Prudommes Blackened Seasoning Melt butter in a saucepan with about 2 Tbsp of seasoning. Lay out the “sh “llets in an oblong dish and season on both sides. Pour the butter on them and refrigerate until ready to cook. You want the butter coagulate. Preheat the grill to very hot. Place the “sh on the open grill (no aluminum foil on grate), this will cause the grill to ”ame up which will singe and blacken the “sh quickly. After 4 minutes turn “llets and cover with remaining spice butter. Grill for only 4 minutes more. Remove “sh from grill. Hint: Other “sh are also good blackened.FRESH PAPAYA TROPICALPreparation time: 5 minutes. Serves: 6 1 big papaya Fresh lime juice Brown sugar Nutmeg, freshly grated Peel the papaya, discard seed and chop. Arrange papaya in large red wine glasses. Sprinkle with sugar, nutmeg, rum and lime juice. Top with a thin stream of condensed milk. Garnish.VERY SPECIAL GRAPESPreparation time: 15 minutes. Chilling time: 2 hours. Serves: 4 2 lbs seedless green grapes 1 cup sour cream cup Grand Marnier (or to taste) cup light brown sugar Combine sour cream and Grand Marnier. Add grapes and toss until coated. Sprinkle brown sugar on top. Chill for at least two hours. Serve in glasses Captain Jan Robinsons Ship to Shore Cookbook Collection is available at your local marine or bookstore. Visit www.shiptoshoreINC.com email CapJan@aol.com Tel: 704-277-6521. Dont miss the new cookbook added to Jans collection: DINING ON DECK STAY AFLOAT WITH THESE HEALTHY SUMMER RECIPES 1/2 cup chopped parsley 2 Tbsp brined capers, drained and roughly chopped 1 tsp “nely grated lemon zest Freshly ground black pepper 2 cloves garlic, “nely minced Rum Sweetened condensed milk (optional) GARNISH: Mint leaf