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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN TRAIN TO BE A LICENSED CAPTAIN CRUISE TO CONDADO FREE AUGUST 2013 MAINTENANCE Bottom Strip & PaintSPORTS FISHINGCaribbean Tournament Roundup Inside: Name That Boat

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6 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Editors Log Whats in a name? A lot when it comes to boats! Taking ownership of a new vessel, buyers face the daunting task of coming up with a name for their treasured possession. Its never easy and not everyone gets it right. Some names can cause a little mirth while others garner serious ridicule. Jan and I owned a famous yacht called Driac II and the name came with a wonderful history. The yacht, a 32ft cutter built in 1931 for Scots eccentric A. G. H. MacPherson, made some astounding long distance small boat voyages before the Second World War. MacPherson wanted to honor his friend, Sir James Caird, the principal donor of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London, by giving the yacht his name. But there was a problem. Back then, no two boats on the UK Register of Ships could bear the same name, and the lifeboat in which Sir Ernest Shackleton made his amazing voyage from Elephant Island to South Georgia after his ship, Endurance was trapped in the Antarctic ice and sank, was already called Sir James Caird. MacPherson got around the problem by calling his yacht Driac which is Caird spelled backwards. A commercial “shing boat I owned was named Cockle Kate which I thought was rather lovely. A 36ft sloop we delivered across the Atlantic went by the name of Tropical Seas and whenever we called a freighter on VHF, they always assumed we were a container ship. On several occasions I asked why? And the answer was always the same ƒ because of the yachts name. This means people make an assumption about the boat based solely on the name! Powerful stuff, eh? You would think that no one in their right mind would call a yacht Titanic but people do. Ive seen at least three during Gary E. Brown, Editor my time at sea. And I havent come across a boat yet with wind in the name that doesnt make me think of ”atulence. Something that many people overlook when naming their boat is what happens if they have to call for assistance. Stumbling over extremely convoluted boat names while manning a bilge pump and shouting into the microphone of a VHF radio, only for the potential rescuer to insist you repeat the boat name over and over again, will not help your peace of mind. Even worse if they burst out laughing! In this edition, Barbara Hart comes up with a fun story of how one couple picked their boat name and went cruising. Fact or “ction! You decide. The waters of the Caribbean are the best in the world for diving, “shing, sailing and motor-boating. And to say the Caribbean lacks seasons is not true for thousands of visiting sportsmen and women. This month sports “shing features strongly in the pages of All At Sea and rightly so. Sports “shing forms part of a massive leisure industry enjoyed by thousands every year but its not a sport without controversy. Happily, the practices of the past are being tempered by new methods of conservation and the tag and release program has earned the industry our praise and respect. Good environmental practices not only help protect our oceans, they also make all our water-sports more enjoyable in a world where sustainability is the name of the game. Striking a balance is never easy and someone is bound to feel unhappy or even bullied by rules that limit our freedom. A case in point is the introduction of marine reserves in the coastal waters of some islands where anchoring is suddenly restricted or even prohibited. Restrictive or not, we need marine reserves; tag and release programs, Blue Flag schemes, and environmentally friendly boatyards. Only by working together can we leave a sustainable leisure industry in our wake, one that every water-sports enthusiast, resident or visitor, can enjoy. We owe it to the people of the islands and we owe it to ourselves. The alternative is unthinkable. NAME THAT TUNE See you on the water!

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8 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 FEATURES 44 BOATS IN PARADISE COVER SHOT: Blue marlin thrills at the 2012 International Bill“sh Tournament. | Photo: Richard Gibson Club Nautico de San Juans 60th IBT will take place September 15th…21st 2013THIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE 24 August 2013 DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITORS LOG12 WHERE IN THE WORLD?14 CARIBBEAN NEWS15 EVENT CALENDAR16 MARINA NEWS18 SAILING HUMOR The Lighter Side of Watermakers Sailing with Charlie: Challenges24 RACING CIRCUIT Winners Named at Puerto Rico Heineken International Regatta 26 FISHING Cowpoke Wins Bahamas Bill“sh Championship Uno Mas Wins International Cap Cana Shootout Ocean Jem Wins Anegada Memorial Weekend Tournament Vitamin B Earns Top Titles in Two Antigua Tournaments34 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING Quali“ed to Go to Sea38 TIPS & TRICKS Boat Bottom Blues42 OUR NATURAL WORLD Lovely Worms74 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 82 MARKETPLACE 86 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 88 CARIBBEAN DINING Flavorful Fresh, Easy Dinner Continued on page 10PHOTO COURTESY OF MENCHU AGEROS

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10 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 12 MAP48 PUERTO RICO Al Lado del Condado53 UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS Screve Wins International Optimist Regatta Carlos Aguilar Match Race Set for November 21…2458 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Foxys Features Woodies 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 August 2013 60 ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN Heineken Light Open Laser Championships Saint Martin Bill“sh Tournament64 CARRIACOU In StitchesRESOURCES 68 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 70 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS53 PHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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12 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS KEITH AND HEATHER AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA Heather and Keith Claydon took this photo at 29 32 29ŽN 044 39 50ŽW while on board the cruise ship Adventure of the Seas They had visited several islands in the Caribbean and were bound for the Azores prior to the “nal leg of the voyage to Southampton in the UK. While on the cruise, Heather and Keith picked up some Caribbean sunshine to take home with them ƒ All At Sea magazine! 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 48 Al Lado del Condado: Cruising Delights on the Fringes of Old San Juan C o O

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 13 CaribbeanSeaBonaire Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda Antigua Puerto Rico Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius U.S.V.I. B.V.I. PAGE 60 Heineken Light Open Laser Championships: Van Otterdijk, Barshi, Battle for Supremacy Mo n PAGE 64 In Stitches P P I n

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14 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Get ready for Marlin Fest! August 16…22The Cayman Islands are known for their Pirates Week. Antigua is celebrated for its Sailing Week and Wimbledon well known for its ultimate tennis competition. Likewise, Virgin Islands waters are famous for their blue marlin bite. Now theres Marlin Fest! Marlin Fest 2013 is coming to Red Hook, St. Thomas, this summer and everyone is invited to participate! Marlin Fest is a week of fun packaged vacation activities planned around the USVI Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament (ABMT), also known as the Super Bowl of Big Game Fishing Tournaments,Ž explains tournament director Jimmy Loveland. You could say we spent 40 years building the tournament, now were putting the bleachers around it.Ž Marlin Fest is a great way for visitors to see and experience the Virgin Islands, plus be amongst the tournament activities even if not “shing. Its also a great way for “shermen to visit this U.S. territory on a recon mission and consider “shing the ABMT next year. For more information, visit: www.abmt.viFirst Yacht Enters 2014 RORC Caribbean 600 Carrying the ”ag for host country Antigua and intent on at least a class win, Bernie Evan-Wong had chartered Peter Rutters Grand Soleil 43, Trustmarque Quokka 8 within an hour of docking his Mumm 36, High Tension after the “nish of the 2013 race earlier this year. I decided I would look for a bigger boat for the next race and realised Quokka who was docked next to me in Falmouth Harbour was the best choice for my purposes, so I made a commitment there and then. Signing up early shows my serious commitment to the race and my crew,Ž said Evan-Wong who has competed in all “ve editions, achieving two podium positions with High Tension .The Baths on Virgin Gorda voted #1 Leading travel review website TripAdvisor has listed The Baths on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands as their number one choice in the top 10 wonderfully unique beaches around the world. The Baths are made up of enormous boulders, wading pools and natural grottoes, and a visit to this delightful area should be added to any BVI cruising itinerary. Reviewers list The Baths in their top 20 attractions to visit on Virgin Gorda in addition to being named a Travelers Choice 2013 Winner.Atlantic Rally for Cruisers offer new Cape Verde routeIn 2013, demand to join the ARC has been unprecedented and World Cruising Club have announced the addition of a new route option for the worlds most popular cruising rally: The Cape Verde Islands. Designed to give even more dedicated cruising sailors the chance to join the transatlantic rally of choice and offer a new experience for returning Docks at the IGY American Yacht Harbor Marina come alive with fishermen and spectators for the USVI Open/Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament.PHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 15 participants keen to expand on their previous crossings, ARC + Cape Verdes will depart Las Palmas on November 10, two weeks earlier than the traditional start, and feature a three-to-“ve day stopover in Mindelo, Sao Vincente, before continuing with the trade winds to Saint Lucia.Team from Curaao shine at Bonaire ProKids 2013There were wins for Curaaoans Jean Paul Da Silva De Goes and Stefan De Bell at the 9th Bonaire ProKids sailed May 31 … June 2. Jean Paul sailed to “rst place in the under 15 division while Stefan captured “rst place in the Slalom under 11 category. Organizers praised the high level of competition in all Divisions in what was described as perfect sailing condition. For full results and photo gallery, visit: www.prokids freestyle.com FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET PUERTO 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.comST. THOMAS, USVIAUGUST 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. ANNAPOLIS, MDOCTOBER 3 … 6US Powerboat Show Boat Show www.USBoat.com 410-268-8828OCTOBER 10 … 14US Sailboat Show Boat Show www.USBoat.com 410-268-8828BONAIREOCTOBER 6 … 12Bonaire International Sailing Regatta Sailing Regatta www.bonaireregatta.orgJAMAICAOCTOBER 5 … 12The 50th Port Antonio Intl. Marlin Tournament Fishing Tournament www.jamaicasports “shing.comNEVISOCTOBER 26Nevis Sport Fish Tourn. 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16 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 MARINA NEWSCatch the International Game Fishing Association (IGFA) all-tackle world record blue marlin from now through December 13, “shing out of select marinas in the IGY network, and win a million-dollar prize! That means reeling in an Atlantic Blue Marlin heavier than the 1,402-pounder boated by Paulo Amorim off Vitoria, Brazil, in 1992. Its certainly possibleŽ, says Kevin Haddox, co-owner of Ocean Surfari charters, based at IGYs American Yacht Harbor (AYH) Marina, in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Every year someone catches a big “sh.Ž Four 1,000-pound-plus blue marlin have been caught in Virgin Islands waters. These include Larry Martins 1282lb blue marlin, which set the all-tackle world record back in 1977, and Maudie Lopezs still-standing womens all tackle blue marlin, a 1,073-pounder caught in 1982. A replica of Lopez “sh is mounted at the head of A dock at AYH. Do you want to set this spectacular record and score this big money prize? Be prepared,Ž recommends Haddox. First, “sh at the right time. In Virgin Islands waters this means around the full moon,Ž says Haddox. Especially in the months of June and July.Ž Secondly, carry big tackle all the time. You never know when that big “sh will strike. Most of the time guys here are “shing with 50lb test line,Ž Haddox explains. When “shing for a world record, you need to carry 130lb test rigged with a tuna or large lures, like super plungers, all the time. And, the tackle has to be perfect. Good quality line. Test the knots and test the leader. With a thousand-pound-plus “sh you need to move up to a 500 to 600lb mono“lament leader.Ž Consider making your own special leader that is two to three inches shorter than the IGFA regulation of 30-inches. Then, when a big blue marlin stretches it during the fight, it wont measure longer than 30 inches and disqualify the catch when tested by an IGFA representative as part of the world record certification process. A big hook too is also recommended. The biggest is 12-0. Bigger than that are custom-made. Third, work on your technique. When a world-record “sh takes off, it will take all the line off the reel faster than can get all the gear in and back down,Ž Haddox says. Part of the problem is that most anglers arent prepared for a “sh like this. Therefore, keep an eye on where your drag is at all times, make sure your boat is in good shape because youll be “ghting for a long time, and make sure crew is well oiled.Ž Even when the swivel touches the rod tip the “sh will still be 30ft behind the boat. Big “sh are dangerous,Ž Haddox says. Theyre powerful. They can rip someone right off the back of the boat, so you need to be careful how you get the “sh in the boat. Ž Fourth and “nally, make the right judgment call before you boat and kill a non-world record marlin. Its hard to judge a marlins weight,Ž Haddox says. The head is steeper in a big “sh and it has broader shoulders above the pectorals. In addition, a good rule of thumb is that if the “sh measures longer than 120-inches, it should be in the 1000lb range.Ž Destinations selected for the IGY Marinas Million Dollar Sport“sh Challenge include: American Yacht Harbor, St. Thomas, USVI; Montauk Yacht Club, New York, NY; Blue Haven Marina, Turks & Caicos; La Amada Marina, Cancun, Mexico; Marina Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; and Rodney Bay Marina, St. Lucia, WI. For more information, visit: www.igymarinas.com/newsevents/million-dollar-sport“sh-challenge NewsBY CAROL M. BAREUTHERISLAND GLOBAL YACHTING MARINAS CATCH A MILLION DOLLAR MARLIN!

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18 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013THE LIGHTER SIDE OF WATERMAKERS BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor Once upon a time when a sailor wanted to cross an ocean, hed bring some water with him and drink it when thirsty. This worked well but, ultimately, was deemed too simple. It was decided by SALT (Senior Advisers to Landlubbing Technicians) that an expensive watermaker should be installed aboard every serious cruising sailboat. How do watermakers work? Well, they dont make water! Instead, they subtract salt. How? By tremendous pressure„often over 800 pounds per square inch. Want more technical details? Okay! The watermaker manufacturers are greedy, and they want to squeeze every penny of pro“t out of their customers as possible. This ultra hard squeeze is also used to force the seawater through a very, very “ne “lter, which strips off the salt molecules. ƒ isnt science fun! The beauty of the watermaker is„on a retail level„that it doesnt work very well. It requires high pressure, which is very energy-demanding. Plus, there are often sophisticated internal electronics, and we all know how nicely they hold up in a salt water environment. One more note: some manufacturers like Trifecta attempt Juggling the demands of a watermaker is enough to unbalance a person.

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 19to make their units so automatic, that they are almost idiotproof. This results in a very expensive unit, which is ƒ well, impossible to even understand if it is working correctly or not. And thats just the beginning of Our Tale of Watery Woe. Nonetheless, the idea (and marketing slant) is that„once you purchase a watermaker, your drinking water problems evaporate forever. Ha! My friend Wally D. Gulper recently purchased a brand new unit. He just walked into a chandlery with a sailbag full of cash, and said, I want to buy a watermaker.Ž No problem,Ž said the grinning guy behind the counter. We recommend the In“nite Model. It is just $7,000 US, no credit cards, and no receipts.Ž That sounded pretty good to Wally. Okay,Ž said Wally D. Gulper and counted out the cash in used $20 bills. The salesman then placed a huge, shiny box on the counter, and Wally picked it up and started to walk out. Where are you going?Ž asked the sales guy behind the counter. Er ƒŽ said Wally, I am taking my new watermaker back to the boat to install it?Ž What about the “lters?Ž I thought it was complete,Ž said Wally. Well, it is complete,Ž said the sales dude, but you cant just use it that way!Ž Wally sat the package back down dejectedly, and asked, How much are the “lters?Ž Doubles are best, with one 30 micron and the other 5 micron ƒŽ ƒ whats a micron?Ž asked Wally. ƒ its a unit of measurement which costs a lot more than medium, “ne, or very “ne,Ž replied the salesman. Okay,Ž said Wally, how much?Ž Two hundred bucks, plus the plumbing nipples and belly button ƒŽ ƒ belly button?Ž queried Wally. Sorry,Ž smiled the salesmen, I meant to say starter button! Thanks for catching my error.Ž Youre welcome,Ž said Wally, and once again attempted to leave. Whoa,Ž said the salesmen. What about a pump?Ž Isnt the whole watermaker thingy a pump?Ž asked Wally. Sure it is,Ž agreed the salesmen, but you need a pump to PUMP water to that pump ƒ through those “ne, “ne “lters I just sold you.Ž This time, when the salesman looked up the price, he just whistled and ”ung the catalogue around for Wally to see. The color drained from Wallys face. He didnt know what

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20 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013supplying you with something you might actually need or use. So, instead, we “ll the kit box with left over parts from other discontinued products and print numerous made-up part numbers on the outside of the package! See how logical and retail-rational all this is?Ž ƒ so thats everything I need for the internal cleaning ƒ and I just wipe down the outside with a Clean-EX or napkin or whatever ƒŽ Well, no,Ž said the salesman, and stopped in mid sentence. Wally had started to shake, rattle, and roll. Smoke was beginning to leak out his ears. He pulled back his thin, grimacing lips, revealing yellowed teeth„which he began gnashing at a furious, frustrated rate. ƒ now, dont get angry ,Ž said the salesman. This is for your own protection. Some napkin manufacturers use perfumes that cloud the companys logo sticker. Thus, the In“nity Watermaker Company went to Clean-EX for a specially formulated wiping-device which is harmless to your unit. Using just anyone elses paper towel or a discarded rag may ƒ and I repeat the word MAY ƒ cause your unit to explode ƒ with loss of hands and eyes a possible result.Ž Wally D. Gulper couldnt take it anymore. He burst into tears ƒ which leaked onto the packages on the counter and, because of the high salt content of his strongly ”owing human drops ƒ started corroding the new watermaking unit ƒ even before hed gotten it out of the store. I will gladly sell you a single In“nity Wipe by Clean-EX„ or a “ve pack„for under a hundred dollars,Ž offered the ever hopeful, ever helpful salesman. ƒ does this ever stop?Ž sobbed Wally. ƒ with the In“nity product line,Ž mused the salesman gently, Im afraid not.Ž ƒis there an upside?Ž gasped Wally. Certainly!Ž replied the salesman. Youll spend so much time and money messing with your watermaker„that, chances are, youll never go offshore anyway. You wont have the time, and you wont have the money. Thus, your overall goal of not dying of thirst is assured in a strange, yet highly reassuring way.Ž EDITORS NOTE: The Goodlanders are in the Paci“c and bound west on their third circumnavigation. 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 to do„but, in for a dime, in for a dollar. Ill take it.Ž Before Wally could attempt to leave again, the sales clerk blurted, Youll need a pre-“lter ƒ to “lter the water before the pump ƒ which pushes it through the “lters ƒ which gets it to the main pump ƒ which pumps it into the real, actual, “nal “lter!Ž Is this, like, a Candid Camera thingy?Ž asked Wally, looking around the room hopefully. Am I, like, on television?Ž No,Ž said the saleman, and you should consider a monitoring device, too. Otherwise, you wont know if you are drinking poison or pure freshwater.Ž Okay, Ill take the monitoring device.Ž Excellent,Ž cried the salesmen, and, of course, youll want to buy a tiny bad water sample as well.Ž Huh?Ž said Wally. Well, you see the monitor needs a base-line. Thus, you put it in some bad water with just the right amount of salt to calibrate and adjust it ƒ and youre all set!Ž How much?Ž Far, far less than the main unit,Ž assured the salesman, and if you have an up-to-date yacht club card, are willing to give us an on-site blood sample, and have a valid HIV-free certi“cate ƒ we can offer 3% off the water sample drop.Ž ƒ too kind,Ž noted Wally. ƒ its nothing,Ž said the salesman bashfully. And now that youve got the water quality monitor, youll know when to routinely clean it.Ž Clean it?Ž asked Wally. How often do I have to clean it?Ž Well, if you go to the South Pole, drill down a few thousand feet, retrieve an ice cube of sea water from earths childhood ƒ and defrost it ƒ well, you can go a long, long time without cleaning your unit. Alas, if you use the polluted ocean water from our currently deteriorating planet ƒ well, you have to clean more often.Ž ƒ the exact procedure is ƒ what?Ž Yes, exactness is a good idea,Ž said the salesman, practically glowing now. There can be problems with unwanted alkaline build up„which we have a kit for.Ž A kit? Whats in the kit„all the parts I need?Ž No,Ž admitted the salesman, all the parts you dont need. Market research has clearly shown us that people dont mind paying more for a kit versus a solitary part ƒ but, of course, we dont want to infringe on future pro“ts by Wally had started to shake, rattle, and roll. Smoke was beginning to leak out his ears. He pulled back his thin, grimacing lips, revealing yellowed teeth„which he began gnashing at a furious, frustrated rate.

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22 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH Isnt it strange how some people can be so lacking in culture that they come out with the most personal questions at the most inopportune moments … and these to someone they have only just met. Sometimes personal questions can be taken to mean a personal response is expected. Heres an example: Joe was the captain on a large catamaran some weeks ago and a young mixed crowd of unattached guests were his passengers. On only the second day out, one of the girls asked him, ƒand how old are you?Ž Sometime later she approached him again and asked, quite pointedly, Do you think itll rain tonight? Im going to sleep on deck.Ž Perhaps Joe should have been a bit more discrete but during happy hour he sidled up to the inquisitive guest and put his arm round her waist and gave her starboard rump a friendly squeeze. This resulted in a heated exchange of vitriol and did not set the stage for the rest of the trip. The whole episode brings to mind the following quote: If a man talks dirty to a woman its sexual harassment, but if a woman talks dirty to a man its $3.50 a minute. Many couples on crewed charter yachts dont last because they lack the important attributes of tolerance, patience and diplomacy. Charlie often mutters under his breath after the third request is made to close all hatches (prior to sailing, of course) and does it himself. The same applies to stowing items likely to crash to the cabin sole underway, putting dishes away, not just leaving them in the rack, turning off lights and fans when leaving the cabin etc., etc. Many captains liken their job to a baby sitter, nanny or geriatric care giver. Im surprised they can even wipe their own ass,Ž exclaimed Joe after one particularly tiresome charter. Patience may be a virtue, but why isnt hurry the f**k up a virtue.Ž One of Charlies skills as a successful yacht captain is his ability to always turn a conversation from a negative tone to a positive one. The whingeing and responses may go like this. Q: Its too windy.Ž A: Perfect for fast sailing.Ž Q: Its not windy enough.Ž A: Perfect for snorkeling.Ž Q: The fridge isnt cold enough.Ž A: Better eat the steaks tonight.Ž Q: Were out of water.Ž A: Aaah, thats why everyone smells so fresh.Ž A good charter captain like Charlie is expected to provide entertainment as well as everything else and during happy hour there are some questions that always come up, like: How long have you been sailing? What are the biggest seas youve ever been in? What is the biggest boat youve ever sailed? The anticipated answers are to appease the fears of the neophyte sailors/guests. One answer to a question that is somewhat unexpected, What was your most frightening experience?Ž Answer: When I found out that the girl I brought back to my boat in Singapore was a transvestite.Ž PS. Joe is now a mate on a tugboat out of Palm Beach Julian Putley is the author of  The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel SAILING WITH CHARLIE CHALLENGES

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24 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Racing Circuit The Puerto Rico Heineken International Regatta and Puerto Rico International Dinghy Regatta came back strong after a one year hiatus when a total of 55 boats set sail May 24 to 26 out of Palmas del Mar Yacht Club, in Humacao. Jaime Torres new Melges 32, Smile and Wave won the highlycompetitive CSA Spinnaker Racing Class with six bullets in ten races over three days of sailing. This feat earned a happy Torres his weight in Heineken beer (seven cases!). Lumpy seas and light winds proved challenging,Ž says Torres, who beat out top Puerto Rican and Caribbean teams such as Dark Star and Lazy Dog Our learning curve on the 32 has been steep. The key combo that raised our performance level has been training with a top level pro/coach [Martin Kullman] and racing against world class teams at this years OtterBox Melges 32 Virgin Island Sailing Series.ŽWINNERS NAMED AT PUERTO RICO HEINEKEN INTERNATIONAL REGATTA BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOS COURTESY OF MENCHU AGEROS Smile and Wave (second right) won CSA Spinnaker Racing Class with six bullets in ten races Hobies in action

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 25 Felix Cruz, driving his Olson 30, Geronimo won the CSA Spinnaker B Class, while the J/92, Anchor Heat took “rst place in the Jib & Main class and the Tripp 26, Ladies First helmed by Mariano Richiusa, led Cruising. The popularity of one-design racing showed in the regatta with IC-24s, J/24s and Nativos (Chalanas) taking part. In the IC-24s, Orion won, but without three of its regular crew members … Fraito Lugo, Melvin Gonzales and Robbie Ramos Jr., who had previous commitments. This made winning even sweeter, says Robbie Ramos, Sr. Although there were only “ve ICs in our class, it was a constant battle against all of them with Team Urayo-Por Fin owned by veteran sailor Fernando Irizarry and skippered by superfast Stanley Lopez, always a top contender. We “nished tied for “rst place with them, but beat them in the last race. I believe what helped us to win was anticipating what to do on all crossings and in all possible changes in wind direction and strength and, “nally, constantly adjusting the sails.Ž Carlos Felicianos J/24 Tax Return/El Payo Asado won its class, and Juan Carlos Martes led in the Nativos aboard Comercial Collazo The Puerto Rico International Dinghy Regatta sailed simultaneously and featured classes for Laser Radials as well as Optimist, Sun“sh and Hobie Cats. Rainclouds kept coming one after another and made it challenging,Ž says Ramn Gonzlez who topped Laser Radials. I made a few mistakes in two races and I had to work a lot to climb back up. Fortunately I managed to maintain a good lead along the whole regatta.Ž Gonzlez adds, I did this regatta in Radials to train. My goals are big for the next year: to win a medal in Mexicos CAC Games and to qualify Puerto Rico for the 2016 Olympic Games at the ISAF World Championship 2014 in Santander. I will do everything I can to take my country to the Olympic Games for the “rst time in the Laser class. Meanwhile, Ricardo Valenzuela won the Optimists, Roberto Puig the Sun“sh Open, and Francisco Figueroa and Jolliam Berrios the Hobie Cats. This year both the Heineken Brand and the Federacion de Vela de Puerto Rico decided to go ahead with the regatta, explains regatta director, Raul Rios. We changed the date to Memorial Day weekend and although we only had two months to plan, we were able to make it possible. The Puerto Rico International Heineken Regatta is very important for the Puerto Rican sailing community and we hope to attract even more sailors and spectators next year.Ž For full results, visit: www.yachtscoring.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 AUGUST 2013 Fishing Fishing all four tournaments of the 40th Bahamas Bill“sh Championship (BBC) proved a charm for Avon Park, Florida-based Cruiser Crews, owner/ angler of the 61-Viking, Cowpoke and his champion team. Though Crews and his wife Christy have “shed one of the series tournaments since 2002 and won the Treasure Cay event last year, it was the total points they and their team scored during the quartet of competitions that earned them one of the sports “shing worlds biggest bragging rights. The Guana Cay Championship kicked-off the series in April. Cowpoke enjoyed a terri“c start, says Crews. We won the “rst day with a sail“sh and blue marlin, missing a Grand Slam by having a white marlin jump us off. The “shing slowed for us after day one but we were able to catch two more whites to “nish in third place.Ž None of the Cowpoke team had “shed the Harbour Island Championship, site of the BBCs second leg in early COWPOKE WINS BAHAMAS BILLFISH CHAMPIONSHIP BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER May. Even so, and in spite of having shots at two blue marlin with at least two more that swam through the spread and failed to eat, Cowpoke was only two blue marlin out of “rst place overall at the end. Leg three, the Treasure Cay Championship in late May, saw Cowpoke jump into the series lead. By the second day we had caught a blue, two whites, and a sail“sh, putting us just 200 points out of “rst. Day three the wind picked up to 30 knots and it was uncomfortable “shing but the marlin were snapping. We caught a blue and two whites to tie for “rst. On day four the wind fell out some but the seas did not and after catching two white marlin and an epic two hour battle for Christy with a blue marlin on 30-pound tackle, we By the second day we had caught a blue, two whites, and a sail“sh, putting us just 200 points out of “rst.Ž Cruiser Crews (third left), owner of Cowpoke 61-Viking and winner of the 40th Bahamas Billfish ChampionshipPHOTO COURTESY OF THE BAHAMAS BILLFISH CHAMPIONSHIP

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 27repeated as Treasure Cay Champions. Plus, we ended with a 2100 point lead in the series overall.Ž The fourth and “nal leg, the Marsh Harbour Championship in June, saw close competition for the series title. The last day, the Blue Eagle team had us on pins and needles,Ž says Crews. We were two blue marlin ahead of them in the overall, but they were winning this individual tournament. A tournament win meant they would earn 600 bonus points and could have easily beaten us. As it ended up, they didnt catch anything on the “nal day so Cowpoke won the series!Ž The success of the BBC over the last four decades, says tournament director Al Behrendt, lies in it being a series of tournaments that moves throughout an island nation over several months. The championship goes to the true overall top team rather than a team “shing in a single or multiple tournaments in the same location. This year was no exception. We entered the “nal tournament with no less than seven teams that had a good chance at the title.Ž For full results, visit: www.bahamasbill“sh.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Cruiser Crews is presented with a piece of artwork, just one of the prizes awarded in the 40th Bahamas Billfish ChampionshipsPHOTO COURTESY OF THE BAHAMAS BILLFISH CHAMPIONSHIP

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28 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Fishing UNO MAS WINS INTERNATIONAL CAP CANA SHOOTOUT BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER The International Cap Cana Shootout attracts some of the best sports “shermen in the world. In turn, this elite group is proving just how fantastic the bill“sh “shery is off the Dominican Republics eastern shores, especially in early June. To underscore this fact, eighteen boats from the southern U.S. and Caribbean released an astounding total of 132 bill“sh … 14 blue marlin, 116 white marlin and two sail“sh … in three days of tournament “shing or an impressive average of 7.33 bill“sh releases per boat. Whats more, it was Brooks Smiths Florida-based 60ft Bayliss, Uno Mas which released two blues and 15 whites to win Best Boat and earn Smith the Top Angler title. On the first day of fishing, says Uno Mas  Captain Tom Lynskey we headed to an area out east called the hot dog and caught two white marlin. Then, around 11am we heard on the radio that Black Gold was catching fish over by Two Rocks. We headed over there and ended up releasing five whites for the day which put us in fourth place.Ž The next day, Lynskey received a report from a friend of good “shing by Three Rocks, further east of where they had been the day before. Bingo! Uno Mas jumped to the top of the leaderboard by releasing two blue marlin and six white marlin for the day. A comfortable 1000 point lead over closest competitor, Black Gold didnt dampen the Uno Mas  teams determination to keep catching “sh. We didnt really need to catch any more to win, but doing so took the pressure away,Ž Lynskey says. The additional four white marlin releases increased our lead by over 200 points.Ž The winning team aboard Uno Mas were Smith and Lynskey, plus mates/anglers Sean Gallagher, Eric Rojas, Sander Cerdas and Jeremy Cubillo. The teams secret to success, says Lynskey, is having the hardest working crew in the business. My job is easy. I just have to “nd the “sh. When I do, I know that well catch what we see. Anytime you can “sh at a catch rate of 70 percent or higher, like we do, you will be in the money.Ž The battle for second place was hard fought and won by Harry Sargeants Florida-based 65ft American Custom Yacht, Black Gold We caught six whites and one blue the “rst day, two whites day two and three whites day three,Ž says Black Gold s Captain Keith Brokenhagen. We tied Doa Lucy on points but caught our last “sh seven minutes before them, so it was close.Ž In angler standings, Uno Mas  Smith in “rst was followed by Puerto Ricos Manuel Batlle “shing aboard Bandolera in second place with the Dominican Republics Elias Cruz “nishing third aboard Doa Lucy Shoreside festivities included daily parties, a golf scramble and the always favorite crew cook-off. The tournament was a complete success both offshore and onshore,Ž says tournament director, Rick Alvarez, of International Bill“sh Tournaments. The only negative was bad weather on day one so we called off “shing that day and “shed three days straight without the usual lay day.Ž The International Bill“sh Shootout will celebrate its 20th anniversary June 5 to 11 2014. Plans are underway for four days of fantastic “shing and more. For information, visit www.intlbill“shtourns.com The winning team … Uno MasPHOTO: RICHARD GIBSON

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30 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Fishing A trio of young sports “shermen won one of the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Clubs oldest annual events. Twenty-something-year-olds Scott and Adam Turbe and Chris Bryan, aboard the Ocean Jem caught a total of 493.93lb of “sh to win Best Boat in the Memorial Weekend tournament, held May 25 to 27. Six boats and 22 anglers braved a forecast for rough weather to “sh their way east to Anegada, enjoy a lay-day on this beautiful reef-rimmed island, and “sh their way back to St. Thomas the last day. The drop-off is just off Anegada,Ž explains Scott Turbe. We “shed it from one end of the curve to the other and there was action the entire time. The three of us worked interchangeably to drive the boat, reel in the “sh and gaff them. We just kept “lling the “sh box all day long with mahi and a nice sized king“sh too.Ž Turbe and his teams secret to success lies in strategically pre-preparing their “shing equipment. Everyone was complaining that they had “sh break off in the rough weather, but we had changed out all of our wire leaders and swivels the day before,Ž Turbe explains. We didnt miss a “sh.Ž OCEAN JEM WINS ANEGADA MEMORIAL WEEKEND TOURNAMENT BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER The tournament was a long-time family affair for anglers aboard the second place boat Abigail III with Capt. Red Bailey at the helm. April, husband Byron and daughter Shannon Newland, plus fellow anglers Pamela Rowland-Hill, Jody Fix and Dr. David Weisher collectively caught 276.47lb of “sh. In addition, Rowland-Hill released the “rst bill“sh of the tournament and Fix the largest blue marlin released. In other awards, junior angler Jesse Merced caught the Largest Mahi, a 33.75-pounder off Alchemist ; Eddie Bryan, aboard Anger Management reeled in the Largest King“sh, a 33.42-pounder, and Abigail III s Weisher landed the Largest Wahoo, weighing 33.42lb. The Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club has a nearly four decade long history of hosting a tournament to Anegada over the U.S. Memorial Day weekend holiday. The people are so nice at the host Anegada Reef Hotel and BVI Customs and Immigration of“cers come up to clear in the boats and sometimes stay to enjoy the lobster and fresh “sh dinner with us on the beach in front of the hotel,Ž explains April Newland, who has “shed this tournament with her family for some 20 years. Its is a small boat tournament that brings family and friends together and transcends the pure competition of game “shing.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Tournament winners … Chris Bryan (left) and Adam Turbe (right) with Scott TurbePHOTO: LORI BAILEYByron and Shannon Newland sharing a father/daughter moment in Anegada after a day on the oceanPHOTO: APRIL NEWLAND

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32 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013Luck and talent earned Vitamin B the top title in two back-to-back tournaments. The team aboard the 31ft Bertram, with Mike Pigott, owner of Antiguas Nightwing Charters at the helm, won the 3rd Antigua and Barbuda Marlin Classic on May 17 and then the marlin division of the 47th Antigua and Barbuda Sports Fishing Tournament, held May 18 and 19 out of Nelsons Dockyard. Our clients/friends Glenn and Janie Irish have “shed with us over the last “ve years and caught numerous wahoo, mahimahi, king“sh and barracuda,Ž Pigott explains. This year they decided to step it up to the Marlin tournament. I was really excited because Glenn is one of those lucky guys that you want on the boat.Ž The Vitamin B team hooked up its “rst blue marlin at about 8am but lost it when the line broke after a short “ght. They set the spread back up, trolled for another hour, and hooked up again. Glenn released a white marlin at about 9:45 to earn 200 points. It was this “rst marlin caught midmorning that put Vitamin B in the lead based on time. We were really dodging bullets to maintain our lead when Rum n Coke released a blue late in the afternoon,Ž Pigott explains. We thought we had lost the lead. We made the hour run back to port not knowing how lucky we were. It wasnt until we tied up at the dock that we found out we had won. Talk about a mood changer. It seems that Rum n Coke failed to get proper photographic evidence of their catch as required by the rules. I couldnt believe it. We won it with just one “sh!Ž The Vitamin B team immediately set their sights on the next tournament where 39 boats from Antigua, St. Barths, Guadeloupe, St. Martin and St. Maarten vied for cash and prizes in Marlin and Sporting divisions. Pigott headed back to the same grounds he “shed during the Marlin Classic or about 15 miles northeast of English Harbour in about 2000ft of water. On the “rst day, Glenn released two marlin and Vitamin B s mate, Kareem David, released a third. This put the team back on top of the leader board once again. Fishing VITAMIN B EARNS TOP TITLES IN TWO ANTIGUA TOURNAMENTS BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER The last day we “shed the same area again and released two more blues giving us a gracious lead,Ž Pigott says. All six marlin released over the three days were caught within a “ve mile area only three miles from the drop off while chasing schools of light tuna. The biggest marlin we caught was about 350lb and the smallest blue was about 150lb. All the “sh swam away looking health and we got all of our hooks back.Ž Meanwhile, in the Sporting Division, Capt. Nico Psihoyos aboard the 25ft Eduardono, Gold“n won Champion Boat Overall with the catch of 816.5lb of “sh. Psihoyos secret to success was the use of technology as well as traditional “shing methods. There was a nice temperature break about 60 miles northeast of Antigua. We saw birds there at the same time,Ž Psihoyos explains. The mahi-mahi averaged 25 to 30lb instead of the usual 10 to 15lb so the pounds added up quickly.Ž The Gold“n team caught 21 mahi the “rst day and ten the second. In addition, Gold“n angler Alex Sinclair caught the divisions largest tuna, an 11.75-pounder. I was very happy with the response to the tournament from our visitors and the local public,Ž says tournament chairman, Phillip Shoul. Greg Petreluzzi from Guadeloupe really summed it up very well for me at the end of the awards party. He requested the chance to get on stage and speak to the audience. In his words: I take part in tournaments throughout the Caribbean and have for some years, and we keep coming back to Antigua because it is the best. We cannot really ask for a better testimonial than that.Ž Captain Mike Pigott (second right) and crew, winners of the Antigua & Barbuda Sport Fishing Tournament Marlin DivisionCOURTESY OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA SPORT FISHING TOURNAMENT

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34 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Seamanship & Voyaging QUALIFIED TO GO TO SEA WORKING TOWARDS A CAPTAINS LICENSEBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER A change of career is what led Tim Scarisbrick to become an of“cially credentialed yacht captain. I realized that I wanted to go sailing full time, make it a career,Ž says Scarisbrick. Five years ago, the former British Navy helicopter engineer took courses that in three months of study landed him his Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Yachtmaster certi“cate of competence. This allowed him to drive a yacht up to 200 gross tons in size. Today, Scarisbrick is based in Antigua managing a 66-foot Oyster. In most locations you need a license to operate a yacht commercially, explains Peter Anthony, the Antigua-based director of the OnDeck Group, which offers a number of RYA (Royal Yachting Association)/MCA (Maritime and Coastguard Instructor and crew at the OnDeck Sailing School in AntiguaPHOTO COURTESY OF ONDECKIn the classroom at Captain School, St. Thomas USVIPHOTO COURTESY OF CAPTAIN SCHOOL USVI

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 35Agency) courses. This isnt the case if you are just sailing for pleasure. Commercial use covers ferries, tour operators, sailing charters, “shing boats, deliveries of yachts, and cargo and freight vessels. Even if the local jurisdiction doesnt insist on a license, the insurance companies usually will and often they will specify a type of license. In addition, the cruise lines insist that its suppliers are accredited.Ž You dont need to own a boat in order to get a captains license. Almost anyone with a good deal of boating experience can obtain a captains license,Ž explains Robert Alport, owner of the Captain School USVI, in St. Thomas, which offers the courses needed to obtain a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) captains license. For the most basic license, called an Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessels or OUPV (6Pack), you will need a minimum of 360 days of boating experience. For a Masters License, you will need 720 days of experience on a boat.Ž Citizens of the USA can get either an OUPV license or a Masters. The OUPV allows the operator to work aboard an uninspected passenger vessel that carries no more than six passengers. The boat can be up to 65ft or 100 gross tons. A Masters license is issued by tonnage with the holder being able to operate an inspected vessel up to the tonnage of their license (typically 25, 50, or 100 tons). The main difference between the OUPV and the Masters is that the Master can operate an inspected vessel which can carry more than six passengers. In addition, a non-U.S. citizen with a green card may only hold an OUPV. Other countries have their own licenses, but a USCG license is required to operate a U.S. ”agged vessel. OnDecks Anthony says, RYA/MCA certi“cates include Day Skipper, Yachtmaster Offshore and Ocean Yachtmaster, of which the latter with a couple of other quali“cations gives you a Captain 200 tons anywhere.Ž Time required for obtaining either a USCG license or RYA/ MCA Yachtmaster certi“cate depends on “rst meeting sea time or mileage requirements. In addition to the 360 days of documented experience on a vessel required for the USCGs Firefighting is all part of the trainingPHOTO COURTESY OF CAPTAIN SCHOOL USVI

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36 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Seamanship & Voyaging OUPV, 90 of these much have been acquired in the last three years and 90 on the ocean or near coastal waters. The Yachtmaster necessitates candidates to have logged at least 30 days, two days as skipper, 800 nautical miles and 12 night hours. After this, there is 56 hours of classroom instruction for a USCG OUPV license or 80 hours for a Masters license and up to three months of training for an RYA Yachtmaster. Classroom instruction for a USCG license consists of four subjects: Rules of the Road, Chart Plotting, Navigation General, and Deck General. These are covered by a mix of lecture and practical classroom exercises,Ž says Alport. Chart plotting requires the students to master the techniques of coastal navigation with a thorough understanding of the use of charts, charting tools, light lists, and other reference materials.Ž What about cost? Ocean Yachtmaster with ancillary courses would be about $5000 assuming someone had the experience,Ž says OnDecks Anthony. For a USCG license, expect to pay about $750 for an OUPV course or about $1000 for a Master. However, there are various other requirements that also add to the cost. For example, all candidates need to take USCG approved First Aid and CPR training. They also need to take a physical exam and drug test. There are also application and evaluation fees. I would remind folks that a captains license could lead to a career where $1000 a week would be entry level pay,Ž says the Captain School USVIs Alport. Many captains in the industry are earning six-“gure salaries.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Hurricane Hunter 35 TEL (340) 776-5432 FAX (340) 775-4507 WWW.OFFSHOREVI.COMOutboards, Waverunners, Motorcycles, Invert Generators Boats In” atables Diesel Engines, Diesel Generators Exclusively Available at Offshore Marine Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Students practice sun sights during their OnDeck Yachtmaster coursePHOTO COURTESY OF ONDECK

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38 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Tips & Tricks BOAT BOTTOM BLUES STORY AND PHOTOS BY DEVI SHARP We have owned Arctic Tern an Island Packet 45, since December 2005 and have applied the antifouling on the bottom since the “rst haul out in the summer of 2006. I have always been lucky about getting advice from the experts in the yard even when we choose to do our own work. We were satis“ed with our work and the bottom paint until the summer of 2008 when small blisters appeared under the fresh paint at the water line and on the rudder. We consulted with the paint specialist at Peake Yacht Services in Trinidad and were relieved that the problem was only as deep as the paint. These were not osmosis blisters; our blisters were a Applying the second coat of Tough Stuff

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 39result of the many layers of paint and wear at the waterline and rudder. Blisters form when the volatile chemicals of the bottom paint do not dry evenly, especially in the areas of high wear. After the paint dried we would open the blister and sand the spot until the edges were fair. The paint and coatings specialist said that we should live with it as long as we could since the only remedy is to remove all of the paint. In 2011 we decided to remove the paint and had Peake Yacht Services do the work of grinding 16 years of paint off the bottom. It was a really hard job and we are glad that we did not have to do it. We did look into chemical strippers but the ones that we would have used were not available in Trinidad. Grinding off bottom paint is tedious and requires a high degree of skill. The difference between removing the paint and cutting through the gelcoat can be a mere few thousandths of an inch. I am so glad that I did not take on that job. Sixteen years of bottom paint does not come off easily. When the workers were done with the sanding and grinding, the hull was as smooth as a baby boats bottom. First we inspected the bare “berglass for any signs of osmosis or any other issues. We found nothing of concern so we prepared to apply Seahawk Tough Stuff as a barrier coat. You need a day with a good forecast for no rain and it really helps to get all of your supplies ready and in your work area. Tough Stuff is a two part epoxy and needs to be thoroughly mixed for twenty minutes and it is important to avoid any impurities. The Tough Stuff comes in gallons (and quarts) so we had to mix two gallons at one time. We bought a new bucket and a new stirring tool, both inexWhether youre intercepting drug smugglers or operating a dive boat, you can trust Brunswick Commercial and Government Products (BCGP) to help you get the job done. We offer an array of platforms including Impact RHIBs 15 … 39 feet, unsinkable and more than 600 options to make each you need it to do. One company. One call. !"#$%% the demands of the commercial boating professional for more than 50 years. !"# &%'&$* +&$%-/+$2$ stability and impact resistance so you can tackle tough jobs without damaging dive gear, crew or subject vessels. 4' and unsinkable so you have one less thing to worry about. BUT YOU STILL HAVE WORK TO DO. U BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU U BU BU B BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU BU B B BU B B B BU U U BU U T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T Y Y YO Y YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO Y YO YO YO YO YO YO Y YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO YO Y YO YO O Y Y Y Y Y Y Y O U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U S S ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST S ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST S S ST S S S ST S S S S S S T ST ST ST IL IL IL IL IL IL IL L L L IL IL IL L L IL L IL IL IL IL IL IL IL L IL IL IL IL IL I IL IL IL IL IL IL I IL L IL L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L H H H HA HA H HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA A A HA A A HA A H VE VE VE VE V VE VE VE VE VE VE V E VE VE VE VE VE VE VE VE VE V VE VE VE VE VE VE VE VE VE E E E E E V E VE E E V V W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W OR OR OR OR O OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR OR O OR R R R R O O O K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO TO T TO TO TO O T T T T O D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O. O O. O. O. O. O O. O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O BUT YOU STILL HAVE WORK TO DO. It may be PARADISE.Brunswick Commercial and Government Products (BCGP) is a division of Brunswick Corporation „ the largest marine manufacturer in the world. w Brunswick Commercial and Government Products, Inc. Taping around the stands after the second coat of Tough Stuff

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40 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013pensive when you consider the cost of supplies and our labor. We had already taped the waterline and propeller and while my husband, Hunter, started the mixing process I wiped the bottom down with acetone, including the bottom of the keel. We used rollers to apply the Tough Stuff and a foam brush for the corners and parts of the rudder. Tough Stuff is designed to be permanent once applied and I still have some on my watch, so plan accordingly. The directions for Tough Stuff tell you to apply the “rst coat to your clean surface and begin application of the second when the “rst coat is still tacky. Hunter began the 20 minute mixing process while I “nished the brush work on the “rst coat. The “rst layer of bottom paint should be applied when the second layer of Tough Stuff is tacky so, with just enough time for a drink of water and a bit of food, we began the clean-up of the Tough Stuff and preparation for the Seahawk Islands 44. Before applying the antifouling we taped a two inch area around the jack-stands to ensure that when we moved them the bare area is surrounded by Tough Stuff. That process took us a few intense hours, but the hard work was done. After a day or two we applied another layer of bottom paint. In another day or two we had the stands moved and plastic placed between the fresh paint and the Jack-stands. We peeled off the tape and repeated the two layers of Tough Stuff and a coat of bottom paint and “nally the last layer of bottom paint. We hope that this bottom job will give us a good foundation for many years. For information and speci“cations relating to Tough Stuff and Seahawk paints, visit: www.seahawkpaints.com Devi Sharp is a retired wildlife biologist and exploring the Caribbean with her husband, Hunter, on their sailboat Arctic Tern Tips & Tricks Applying the first coat of antifouling The jack stands have been moved and it is time to apply the two coats of Tough Stuff

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42 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Our Natural World LOVELY WORMS BY BECKY A. BAUER Someone says worms and what comes to mind? Probably not anything lovely what with hulls riddled with worm holes, hysterical little sisters chased by big brothers holding earthworms or coming ashore after a swim to “nd ones legs covered with leeches. With over 22,000 species of annelids (segmented worms) in the world, one can conjure up all sorts of horrors and tall tales. Of the 22,000 species of worms, roughly 1,000 are marine worms with many more species waiting to be discovered as the technology necessary to explore the mysteries of earths waters advances. Although it is unlikely we will be invited to take a submersible 8,000 feet under the Paci“c to see patches of four-feet tall red feathery tubeworms living around hydrothermal vents, we can see some rather spectacular marine worms while wading and swimming. Orange/Bearded Fire WormPHOTO: BECKY A. BAUERFire WormPHOTO: NOAA

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 43Found around the world not only in the tropics but also in cold water, the evolution and diversity of marine worms is nothing short of spectacular. Imagine kayaking an Alaskan lake and seeing a large purple worm with a snake-like head swimming beside the kayak, or, exploring the oceans depths expecting to “nd no living thing yet discovering worms that thrive in 400 degree-plus highly acidic water. One of the more interesting looking marine worms we encounter in the Caribbean, the tropical western Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico is the bristle worm, aka “re worm. They are found up to 450 feet deep, on reefs as well as along shallow shorelines, in rocky areas, muddy bottoms, and ”oating around in surface debris. In these waters, the most common is the Orange or Bearded Fire Worm. Looking much like a reddish orange caterpillar/centipede hybrid with tiny pods of white fur along each side, woe betide the uninformed person who attempts to pet one. They are called “re worms for a reason! Their white fur is not the least bit soft. In fact, the furry looking hairs are actually bristles thus their other common name, bristle worms. Accidentally step on, brush against, or foolishly pet an Orange Fire Worm and one suffers a patch of poisonous bristles embedded in his skin with a “ery burning sensation radiating from the affected area that may last several hours. The poison contained in these bristles is a neurotoxin that may also cause dizziness and nausea. Nonetheless, “re worms are amazing creatures living in our seas for approximately 300 million years and little changed based on rare fossil evidence. Classi“ed as segmented worms, the adult Orange Fire Worms body, except for the head and terminal or last segment, is composed of multiple identical segments, each segment sporting a pair of parapodia, or feet, covered with chaetae or bristles. When the worm is not stressed, the chaetae lie close to the feet but when threatened or harassed the chaetae are raised in defense giving the worm a furry appearance. The Orange or Bearded Fire Worm is carnivorous feeding upon both soft and hard corals, sponges, shell“sh, small shrimp and small squid as well as detritus. They in turn are fed upon by cone shells and various “sh such as wrasse and mullet. In fact, “shermen in certain areas dread the “re worms annual reproduction rituals as millions rise to the surface, where local “sh gorge themselves and could care less about an anglers baited hook. Once a year, in early spring, the Orange Fire Worms reproduce in a spectacular display. They rise to the surface as the females take on a greenish phosphorescing glow. This glow draws in the males who begin to ”ash like tiny strobes and as male meets female, their reproductive segments drop off and combine in the water where larvae hatch and drift out to sea to continue the life cycle. What to do if one “nds himself on “re with a patch of embedded “re worm bristles? Since the tiny bristles are quite brittle, its dif“cult to completely remove them but start with some very sticky tape and place the tape solidly over the bristles and pull. Follow the tape application with rubbing alcohol to help break down the toxin; however, expect some discomfort to remain. If other symptoms other than irritation at the wound site occur, its best to seek treatment as soon as possible from a medical professional. Becky Bauer is a scuba instructor and award-winning journalist covering the marine environment in the Caribbean. She is a contributing photographer to NOAA.Once a year, in early spring, the Orange Fire Worms reproduce in a spectacular display. They rise to the surface as the females take on a greenish phosphorescing glow. Sea Worm by Matthias Jakob Schleiden 1804 … 1881

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44 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 BOATS IN PARADISE BY BARBARA HART One beautiful Indian Summer day, she came home from work and stated, We need an Exit Strategy .Ž What do you mean?Ž he asked. Well, weve had a lot of Happy Times but I feel like were Just Drifting Im ready for more.Ž He looked startled. This is something of a surprise, whats your Motivator ?Ž THE BEGINNING I dont know. It was a rough day at work. We took care of yesterdays snafu but there was No Justice in the solution. Dont get me wrong. Theres no Flying Buzzard over my head. I can keep working there as long as I want. Im just ready for our Next Chapter Arent you?Ž Well ƒŽ he replied. Im willing to talk about it, as long as the plan means this would be our last winter. Last year was brutal. So much snow. Remember that tree at the corner?Ž

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 45 Oh yeah. It was great for giving directions to our holiday party: Turn left at the One White Tree .Ž He shivered. Would you like a drink?Ž he asked as he got out the martini glasses. One Olive or two?Ž She hummed a Song from Three Penny Opera while she put together a platter of cheese and crackers. He decided to see just how far she was willing to go. Lets brainstorm. We could tour the worlds museums and see all of the great Impressionists .Ž Her eyes narrowed, knowing hed fall asleep in every museum. Lovely thought,Ž she replied. Were Knot Yet ready for the slow lane. Lets save it for when were too old to do something more challenging.Ž Aha!Ž His eyes gleamed. Ill buy you a pair of Silver Heels and well learn to dance the Tango and Calypso and the Merengue .Ž He stamped his feet, threw up his hands and clapped in a Latin rhythm. Hmm.Ž She joined him in the dance, imagining herself High Heeled dressed in black and red. That would make for a Fine Romance but Im not sure it may just be Too Much Fun .Ž She veered back to the topic. Do you have any other ideas? What do you Dream of doing? He relaxed and remembered a short-lived dream of his youth. We could renounce our possessions and study Zen .Ž  The Tao to our retirement Destiny ? I dont think so. Im not the contemplative type and neither are you.Ž You have your Fantasy and Ill have mine,Ž he snapped. You want physical? Lets climb mountains. Well start with Katahdin in Maine and head west. Climbing and hiking is good. Im not sure I want it to be our only experience, though.Ž We could get a motor home, travel across the country and climb mountains.Ž Not bad,Ž she said. I could do that. Travel and hiking.Ž Id like that,Ž he said, but I always did Imagine Id see a bit more of the world.Ž Now youre talking. Lets get a boat and go cruising.Ž Her eyes gleamed. Aha! This was your plan all along.Ž Well ƒ maybe. We like to explore. We like to visit different countries. It really is a no brainer for us, the Ultra retirement adventure.Ž It would certainly be a Cool Change from our traditional life, but weve only sailed small boats together and folks just

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46 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Boats in Paradise dont go from Zero to Cruising like that!Ž snapping his “ngers. I know that. And I know Im an in-lander. The closest I got to the sea as a kid was when my mom sang  My Bonnie lies over the ocean.Ž Dont bring your mother into this. She already thinks Im a Renegade Shell immediately start to worry, Good Golly !Ž he said, voicing the last in a wavering falsetto, and placing his hand over his heart. She was unimpressed. Yes, and youll respond with Good Golly Miss Molly and fake a piano sweep with the back of your “ngers, making her laugh.Ž He gave her a quick kiss. You know me well.Ž She grinned, thinking of his real hot button. My mom will be OK, but Aunt Esmeralda will hate you.Ž As long as she doesnt turn me into a frog, I can live with that.Ž Ill give you Sanctuary from da big bad aunt,Ž she promised in her best talking to baby voice, earning an aggrieved look in return. He grunted, thinking about what it would take to “nd a boat, move aboard and sail away. Before we get Carried Away lets talk about what well need to do.Ž She looked at him with Bright Eyes Id rather talk about sailing under a Carolina Moon going to a sandy beach to Frolic in the surf, changing our Latitudes setting the spinnaker when were Just Driftin trimming the main when its Breezing Up putting in a Third Reef when it blows, and„ I get that. And your boating terminology is impressive, but this is not going to be a totally smooth Transition you know. Its a little early for a Celebration .Ž I get that. I do. Well have to “nd a boat, sell the house, get rid of stuff, and “nd room on the boat for provisions, my Cuisinart, your martini glasses, and all Essential Parts Well argue, Ill cry, and well work like dogs. I want to do it.Ž He “nished his martini, laughed, and got up to grab pen and paper. Im in. Lets make a list of what we need to do to put this Bodacious plan together. Hells Bells Were going cruising!Ž As the weeks passed, they talked, made lists, visited marinas and boatyards and gradually made decisions about the next steps: to put the house on the market and to “nd a boat. One evening he came home and said, I saw a boat in a yard down the road. Its just 28ft long, but I think it could work for us.Ž She was unimpressed. You got into the Moonshine didnt you? Were not going to “t in a 28-foot boat, and well never “nd one that small with a Crows Nest .Ž She grinned, knowing it was out of the question, but planning on using it as a bargaining chip. Ive always wanted one.Ž Will you get serious?Ž Fine. Seriously I want a really good galley with two sinks

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 47 and as much counter space as possible. And I want a decent cockpit so we can host large, Joyfull parties on deck. Also space for the litter box.Ž He groaned. You arent thinking of bringing that Naughty Cat with us are you? Have you seen that Cats Paws ? I still think shes a Puma masquerading as a house cat. Hey! Persephone s a Cool Cat Shes my baby and she goes. Ill give up the crows nest.Ž You were never going to have a crows nest. Lets move on. Besides, I think we need to talk with a yacht broker.Ž Do you have anyone in mind?Ž she asked. Yeah. Remember when Barbara and her husband launched their boat and we met that broker from Nova Scotia at the party?Ž She looked at him blankly. He persisted, You know the guy. Whats his name? He kept saying AyŽ after nearly every sentence … Nice day, ay? … like that.Ž Oh!Ž Light dawned. Give me a minute ƒ what was his name ƒ I know lindal-Ay ? He laughed. Yeah, thats right, Tom Lindal. He seemed to know a lot and Barb had only good things to say about him. Ill look him up and give him a call, so we can get started on Our Adventure -ay?Ž Thats the Spirit !Ž she said, Well get our own ”oating Sea Shanty in paradise.Ž He grimaced. Youre going to have to bone up on Buffett before we go.Ž Im a cruiser. I am a Free Spirit I will sing any song I want to and sing it My Way .Ž Months later, after choosing a boat, selling the house and getting rid of twenty-“ve years of stuff, they Finally moved aboard, ready for Chapter Two of their life together. A few days before they set sail to follow their Ocean Star they again enjoyed cocktails, this time in the spacious cockpit of their new, ”oating home. Ahh,Ž he said, lightly strumming his guitar, if my granddad were here, hed say I was living the Life of Riley You truly had a Magic Inspiration when you suggested we do this.Ž Why, thank you, kind sir. I am your Island Girl you are my Troubadour This is Purrfect Lets follow the Windward Star on a Caribbean Reach .Ž He smiled. You are my Soul Mate For you, the moon … La Luna .Ž Barb Hart lives aboard La Luna a 47-foot sailboat, with her husband Stew. Theyre “lling the cruising kitty in St. Thomas prior to a planned Atlantic crossing in 2014. Barbs blog is: www.HartsAtSea.com

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48 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Condado? What?Ž Before 2012, Condado, which lies on the eastern edge of San Juan Harbor, was an unknown to us. Eclipsed by neighboring Old San Juan, the famous Municipio de la Ciudad Capital San Juan Bautista, that evokes images of Catholic cathedrals, crowded Spanish streets and towering 17th century forts, Condado is relatively unknown to cruisers. We had the chance to explore the entire peninsula on foot and by bicycle. Sailing into glorious San Juan Harbor, past towering fortress walls, green hillsides dotted with fascinating architecture, cranes at work building new and restoring old, and a bay bustling with commercial vessels, cruise ships, sailboats, mega yachts and square riggers, we found a wonderful home base for exploring by taking a slip in Club Nautico de San Juan (CNSJ). Headquartering at al lado del [next to] Condado, in the easterly-most “nger of San Juan Harbor, our experience was so good in February 2012 that we returned in December. Steering toward San Juan Harbors entrance buoys, El Morros bastion of stonewalls come into view. The heads of tourists, peering like ancient defenders from turrets, gape at the approach of your boat. Well-marked, the entrance to San Juan Bay holds no danger except in the mightiest of swells. In January and late November we entered with no problem whatsoever. The scariest part of the operation would be staring down an arriving or departing cruise ship Puerto RicoAL LADO DEL CONDADOBY ELLEN BIRRELL or commercial vessel. The good news: They are infrequent and you can easily see them coming. Have your camera ready. With the sun over your shoulder, it is one amazing shot after another as you hug the bays north shore. Watch for La Fortaleza, a magni“cent red gate within the fortress wall. In the 17th century, it was the only way into the guarded city. Within a mile, youll pass the USCG facility and “nd yourself in a “nger of the bay containing a small anchorage dotted with mooring balls, and CNSJ and San Juan marina. A mud bottom offers good holding but the anchorage is small and crowded. We chose to take a slip at the CNSJ. The docks, marine store and clubhouse are beautifully maintained and professionally managed. The 117 wet slips offer up-to-date CRUISING DELIGHTS ON THE FRINGES OF OLD SAN JUANAl Lado del Condado Club Nautico de San Juan stands in foreground Bicycling Condado

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 49 electrical “ttings, fueling, and carts. Pricing is fair; service is strong with unparalleled access to everything. For years we wanted to take our sloop into San Juan, but not one cruiser we met had sailed there. Rumors of danger and “lth, as well as little current information, had put us off. How mistaken we were. Greeted by a dolphin while observing CNSJs annual regatta, we watched youths and adults scoured in sea spray as they raced one design dinghies within the enormous bay. Located on an isthmus, the two marinas offer easy access to the enormous estuary/lagoon bordering Condados south side, which offers kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) and snorkel park in Playito Condado. Watch for manatees at play. In the other direction (west), all the siteseeing, restaurants and waterfront of Old San Juan are just minutes away by foot, bike or car. To the south, modern walking paths separate the marinas from the San Juan Convention Center and Isla Grande Regional Airport. Across an elegant modern bridge east of the marinas, you enter Condado. Like a miniature shore-side Las Vegas, it offers gambling and pulses with excitement sans huge neon lights. The two-lane main drag splits on either side of a strip containing eclectic stores and restaurants. The atmosphere is casual, hip, clean and trendy. High-end condos speak of a residential community but clearly vacationers roam, pedestrians and bicyclists abound.

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50 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Ride on! From Condado, a new bike path extends a dozen miles to the kioskos and beaches east of Isla Verde. Though rental cars, taxis and buses are plentiful, we loved exploring Condado on foot and bicycle. With historic charm to the west and crisp modernity to the east, nesting al lado del Condado could make all the difference when you visit Puerto Ricos capital by boat. Ellen Birrell and her partner Jim Hutchins have lived aboard their Sun Odyssey 40 Boldly Go for three yeas in the Caribbean. Visit their website: www.boldlygo.us Puerto Rico Riding our bikes along Avenida Ashford, which turns into Avenida Magdalena, we passed tempting Cold Stone Creamery, numerous gourmet and casual restaurants, boutique shops, beaches and tiny parks. Wave breaks and wide sandy beaches are endless. Open-air meditation and yoga classes can be seen on the numerous promenades and patios that keep Condado feeling airy and progressive. Turn away from the ocean and go south a few blocks to an overpass above PR26. Within a block, Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico beckons, ready to relay the countrys history in a regal way. An extensive grocery store is located another block south. Stand Up Paddleboarding in Condado Lagoon Kayak or SUP under bridges that separate the marinas and Condado lagoon

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 53 United States Virgin Islands SCREVE WINS INTERNATIONAL OPTIMIST REGATTACovering the ”eet and staying in front proved successful strategies for 15 year-old Romain Screve. Screve won the 21st International Optimist Regatta presented by Glacial Energy and held out of the St. Thomas Yacht Club, U.S. Virgin Islands, from June 21 to 23. At the conclusion of the “nal two races, the San Francisco-based sailor lengthened his lead from three points to a very comfortable twenty. Thats quite a feat considering the keen level of competition in the 81-boat Advanced Optimist ”eet and wind conditions that ranged from barely breezy to gusty in squalls. I had good results and moved into the lead yesterday,Ž Screve explains. Today, I went out there and covered my two closest competitors. I had good starts and good boat speed too.Ž Screve not only won the overall championship, but also the 13 to 15 year-old Red Fleet. In the 11 to 12 year-old Blue Fleet, it was 12 year-old Severin Gramm, from Delray Beach, Florida, who finThe USAs Romain Screve leads the pack to win the 21st International Optimist Regatta presented by Glacial Energy.PHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 55 United States Virgin Islands ished first. This is the first time Gramm has sailed in the Virgin Islands. The clinic helped me to understand the pattern of winds here and get use to them, and that helped me during the regatta,Ž Gramm says. My overall strategy was to stay consistent, play it safe and dont do anything risky that would push me deep into the ”eet.Ž British Virgin Islands ten-year-old Rayne Duff won the age ten and Under White Fleet. Hiking out was something I learned to do better in the clinic,Ž says Duff, who “nished second in this division last year. Hiking was really important in the regatta because it was windy.Ž The trophy for Top Girl was awarded to 14 year-old Paige Clarke, from St. John, USVI. Clarke also “nished an impressive 8th overall. I felt more con“dent this year,Ž says Clarke, who has the experience of a number of continental Optimist championships now under her belt. I called every shift and always saw what was coming.Ž A record 33 junior sailors competed in the Green or Beginner Fleet this year, which bodes well for the future of the sport. In the end, it was ten-year-old Will Jackson from the Cayman Islands who emerged victorious. I like the heavy wind,Ž says Jackson. Today, when the wind dropped mid-morning, I went from going fast to slowish-fast. Still, I had a lot of fun and met a lot of new friends.Ž The USVIs Clarke also won the Pete Ives Award, given for a combination of sailing prowess, sportsmanship, determination and good attitude both on and off the water. Meanwhile, it was the USAs Thomas Rice who earned the Chuck Fuller Sportsmanship Award. A total of 113 sailors competed in the Advanced Red, Blue and White Fleets and beginner Green Fleet. The Advanced Fleets completed ten races and the Green Fleet a total of 18 races over the three days of competition. Sailors hailed from nine nations … Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Mexico, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten and the USA and USVI. The week started off with the Sea Star Clinic, run by local coaches and coaches from OptiSailors.com, and included the one-day Sea Star Team Race. The team race was won by the Pilo 1 Team made up of Mexicos Henry Saavedra and the USAs Romain Screve, Matt Logue and Wiley Rogers. The team is named for the sailors coach, Esteban Pilo Rocha. Major event sponsors include Glacial Energy and Sea Star Lines as well as Gill North America. For full results, visit www.regattanetwork.com Report by Carol M. Bareuther Insurance for Charter & Watersports Operators CALL OR CLICK www.CharterBiz.comGET A PERSONALIZED INSURANCE QUOTATION FOR CharterBiz.comCharterBiz.com CharterBiz.comUSA 800-773-0105 Caribbean 284-494-8925 International 305-743-7711The CharterBiz website caters to Charter & Tour Operators including bareboat and crewed charters, dive-boat and tour operators, daily rental and PWC renters. No fees, no hassles and no Prima Donnas. Just common sense!Charter Yacht Insurance Bareboat or crewed Captain & Crew Personal Accident +Weekly Income+Medical Expense Insurance Health Insurance call for more info Watersports Operators contact us Coverage worldwide Coverage worldwideOffshore Risk ManagementMarine & Specialty Insurance Services Worldwide The CharterBiz insurance program is managed by

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 57 United States Virgin Islands CARLOS AGUILAR MATCH RACE SET FOR NOVEMBER 2124The 6th Carlos Aguilar Match Race (CAMR) will set sail in St. Thomas scenic Charlotte Amalie harbor on November 21-24 2013. New this year,Ž says regatta director Bill Can“eld, we will have three days of racing instead of four, which is normal in other events like this held around the globe, and eight boats instead of six to make it more exciting on the course and give us time to run a double round-robin, semis and “nals.Ž The ten Open teams, which represent a combination of highly ranked men and women and active successful match racers from the past, will put their skills to the test in fastpaced highly-competitive sailing action along the spectator-friendly Charlotte Amalie waterfront. Invitees to date include defending champion Sally Barkow from the USA (10th ranked Women, 26th ranked Open), the USAs Stephanie Roble (35th ranked Women), Dave Dellenbaugh and Don Wilson (33rd ranked Open), and the USVIs Taylor Can“eld (5th ranked Open) and Peter Holmberg. At least four slots are still available and skippers are welcome to request an invitation. Past winners of the CAMR read like a Whos Who of sailing: the USAs Sally Barkow and Finlands Staffan Lindberg won the Open Division in 2012 and 2011, respectively, while the USAs Genny Tulloch triumphed in 2008 and 2010 and Frances Claire Leroy in 2009 in the Womens Division. Back in 2008, the USVIs Taylor Can“eld was victorious and in 2009 it was the turn of Peter Holmberg. From across the pond, Portugals Alvaro Marinho/Seth Sailing Team won the Open Division in 2010. The CAMR is known for introducing young sailors to the sport, working cooperatively with the V.I. government and V.I. Department of Tourism in its efforts to get more kids out on the water. In 2013, each Open team will have a V.I. high school (under age 18) sailor as a member. The CAMR is an International Sailing Federation (ISAF)provisional Grade Two event. The Virgin Islands Sailing Association (VISA) is the organizing authority for the CAMR, namesake for the late Carlos Aguilar, who was an avid sailor and match racer. The Chicago Match Race Center (CMRC) is a major sponsor. The Chicago Match Race Center is pleased to be a part of the 2013 Carlos Aguilar Match Race,Ž says Tod Reynolds, program director at the Chicago Match Race Center. When Lake Michigan freezes in the winter and sailors turn their attention south, the Carlos Aguilar Match Race in St. Thomas has been one of the go-to events. We are proud to support the event this year and to help with the expansion from six IC 24s to eight to allow for even more match racing action on the harbor.Ž For more information and Notice of Race, visit: www.carlosmatchrace.com Report by Carol M. Bareuther. Sally Barkow (tiller, far right) and Dave Perry battle it out in the 2012 finalsPHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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58 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 The woodies were few in number but that didnt dampen the fun at the 39th Foxys Wooden Boat Regatta hosted on Jost Van Dyke by the BVIs West End Yacht Club (WEYC), May 24 to 26.  Flying Circus was the only wooden boat to enter the regatta [in its class] this year,Ž says St. John, USVIs Lon Munsey, of his 45ft ketch built in the Bahamas by William Albury of Man of War Cay, Abaco, in 1956. This was partly due to an early forecast of rainy weather. In fact, it turned out to be near perfect sailing conditions.Ž Regatta organizer and WEYC Commodore, Martin Van Houten, helmed the winning Tortola sloop, Intrepid while the BVIs Brian Duff followed in second place aboard Youth Instructor These two sloops join Moonbeam as part of the Virgin Islands Maritime Museums collection of handcrafted nearly century old Tortola-built work sloops. Tortolas Erik Groenenberg skippered a lovely 12ft lapstrake wooden sailing dinghy. My wife, Sheryl, and I have sailed this regatta a few times and been lucky enough to have been aboard traditional wooden boat entries. Now, British Virgin Islands FOXYS FEATURES WOODIES BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER THIRD GOSLINGS SERIES KICKS OFFThe mixed fleet at Foxys Wooden Boat Regatta Silver Cloud ƒ now thats a committee boat!

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 59 however, since the regatta has been opened to all types of sailing vessels, we can have a larger ”eet and those of us who do not have wooden boats to sail can still enjoy the fun of racing and watch the lovely old woodys race as well.Ž In the Classic Plastic Class, open to “berglass boats over thirty years old, it was Zephyr a 1972-built Pearson 30, which won. The highlight of the “rst day for us was the multiple man overboard drills to retrieve our brand new cushion, with great success thanks to an awesome crew,Ž explains Zephyr s Capt. Bear. We crossed the line “rst on the second day.Ž There are still a few wooden boats out there, adds Flying Circus  Munsey. We hope to have a lot of them show up next year for Foxys 40th annual regatta. Foxy and Tess are great hosts and go out of their way to make sure that a good time is had by all.Ž Two weeks later, the WEYC hosted the “rst Beat n Run, the kick-off regatta for the 3rd Goslings Series. The course featured a beat from Sopers Hole to Pelican Island, over to Flanagan Island and a run back to Sopers Hole. Henry Leonnigs Fire Water “nished “rst, followed by last years Series winner, John Charltons Reba Mike Finlays Grey Goose scored a third. New this year for the six-regatta Gosling Series, says van Houten we will be awarding prizes to the top three spots for both a racing and a cruising class.Ž The Round Tortola Race, hosted by the Royal BVI Yacht Club in mid-November, will be the next race in the series. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Wood is good

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60 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 St. Maarten / St. Martin HEINEKEN LIGHT OPEN LASER CHAMPIONSHIPS BY ROBERT LUCKOCK VAN OTTERDIJK, BARSHI, BATTLE FOR SUPREMACY Ari Barshi of the Dominican Republic overcame a spirited challenge from 17-year-old Kevin van Otterdijk from Curacao to win the 24th Heineken Light Open Laser Championships overall in Orient Bay, St. Martin, on June 8-9. Racing in the “ve-boat Standard Class, Barshi, a European Masters Champion, proved that age and experience can still prevail over zeal and raw talent of youth. First and second places were decided in the last race on Sunday when Ari propelled himself off a wave to beat overnight leader Kevin in a close “nish. Also in the mix were top contenders and former winners St. Maartens Frits Bus, Benoit Meesemaecker from St. Barths, and newcomer Carlos Palambo from Argentina. Barshi took “rst in the Standard Class followed by Kevin van Otterdijk in second. The winner from three years ago, Benoit Meesemaecker from St. Barths placed third. Very light wind on Saturday was bad news for the heavyweight sailors but Frits Bus in the Masters category surprised the other favourites by winning the “rst of six races while Meesemaecker struggled. Bus went on to lead after the morning races on Saturday until he was overtaken by Barshi. An excellent turnout of 26 boats made for an impressive spectacle on the water. Sailors were divided into Standard, Radial, Masters, and one entry, Joanna Looser, for a 4.7. The combination of light and heavy air suited all the sailors, from 6-10 knots on Saturday, increasing to 15-18 knots on Sunday and veering to the North East. Argentinean Carlos Palambo went on to win the Masters category, one point ahead of Island Water Worlds Frits Bus and third placed Jorge Abreu from the Dominican Republic. Eight boats contested the Masters. The Radials was a hotly contested class with eleven boats in contention. It was no surprise that the hugely talented Rhne Findlay captured the win with ease. Second in this class went to Cindy Brin with Robbie Ferron in third, Ernst Looser fourth, and Andrew Rapley “fth. Sailors were very appreciative of Race Of“cer Laurey-Ann Findlay who was assisted by Alfred Koolen and mark layer Rien Korteknie. At the prize giving, organisers thanked sponsors Heineken Light, Club Orient, Papagayo Restaurant, Sunsail, and Sint Maarten Yacht Club whose generous contributions make the event possible every year. Robert Luckock is a British journalist and freelance writer residing in St. Maarten. He is currently The Daily Herald s correspondent for French St. Martin and was one of All At Sea s very “rst contributors. Standard Class winners at the prize giving in Papagayo Restaurant with their Antoine Chapon paintings. From left; Kevin van Otterdijk, winner Ari Barshi, and Benoit Meesmaecker. Enjoying the sponsorship! (Left to right) Boris Corujo, Jorge Abreu, Ari Bashi, Carlos Palombo, Henry Fondeur, Omar Bros and Irina BrosPHOTO: PETRA GILDERS

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 63The crew from the St. Martin “shing boat Follow Me emerged collectively $27,000 richer following a remunerative weekend at the 16th St. Martin Bill“sh Tournament held June 5-8 where they cleaned up in the assorted cash prize categories. Follow me won $3,300 for having the largest number of “ve marlin releases in the tournament (one blue, and “ve white), a further $6,600 for “rst place on points, $500 from sponsor Madco, and the Marlin winner-takes-all jackpot of $17,000. Stars another boat from St. Martin, “nished in second place with three releases (two white and one blue) winning a total cash prize of $5,450. Third place went to Ti Donki La from St. Barths with two blue marlin releases and $3,800 in prize money. Cash prizes for “rst, second, and third place were percentages of the registration fees i.e. 20%, 15% and 10%, respectively. Organisers indicated over 25 releases were recorded from the 33 participating boats. There were separate prizes of $500 sponsored by Budget Marine for the biggest Wahoo, Tuna, and Mahi-Mahi. Georges Greauxs Nicomar won the prize for the their biggest Wahoo at 50lb, Stars caught the biggest Mahi-Mahi of 39lb, and the biggest Tuna of 63lb went to Yellow Whip This year, despite the timing of the event, the big marlin proved to be elusive, not helped by rough sea conditions for the boats on the “rst two days, and the public was de-SAINT MARTIN BILLFISH TOURNAMENT St. Maarten / St. Martin nied the usual spectacle of marlin hanging from the gallows. One under-minimum weight blue that was brought ashore on the last day by the Guadeloupe boat Fit Gas weighed only 364lb (the minimum weight was raised to 400lb) costing the crew a deduction of 100 points. Renowned British angler and captain Roddy Hays was the celebrity guest and a sponsor for the tournament. His own brand of lures called Legend Lures were awarded as part of the prizes set-up. Florida-based Hays used to live in Anguilla and it was the “rst time he had been back to the tournament since 2004. He is famously credited with catching and releasing the most Blue Marlin over 1,000lb in Madeira between 1989 and 1996. Despite no big catches landed, the success of the tournament was underlined by the number of releases and an unprecedented number of boats from around the region that participated. From the organisation point of view for my “rst year Im very happy with the turnout and everybody was happy,Ž said organiser Laurent Petit. A lot of boats have already con“rmed they will be back next year.Ž Robert Luckock is a British journalist and freelance writer residing in St. Maarten. He is currently The Daily Herald s correspondent for French St. Martin. BY ROBERT LUCKOCK FOLLOW ME BANK HUGE WINNINGS AT 16TH TOURNAMENTThe crew from St. Martin boat Follow Me celebrate on stage at Fort Louis Marina after winning the 16th St. Martin Billfish TournamentPHOTO: ROBERT LUCKOCK

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64 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Carriacou IN STITCHES STORY AND PHOTOS BY JANET HEIN The saying big things come in small packages certainly describes Carriacous sail loft, cleverly known as In Stitches. Its a three-person show, owned and operated by Andy Smelt, which can make or repair pretty much any sail that blows into Tyrell Bay. Smelt is a well seasoned sail maker but those multi faceted skills were acquired after some amazing adventures, “rst as a treasure hunter and later as a pirate. Arrr. The hunt began in the late 1970s after crossing the pond from the UK on his Wharram catamaran. After a few island stops, and a wild sail past a spitting volcano, Smelt landed in Antigua. Like all good cruising sailors, he needed money to support the habit so he signed on with a treasure seeking, converted mine sweeper bound for the Dominican Republic. The booty they eventually found was three tons of silver from the wreck of the Nuestro de la Conception and somewhere in the middle of that adventure he was hired to play a movie pirate with Michael Caine in The Island. A string of more earthly jobs followed: as delivery crew; a yacht captain; and helping to start Antiguas Crabs Marine. That was good fun,Ž he said, I met Don Street then, great times those were.Ž In 1994 Smelt sailed to St. Barth where he joined a friends sewing shop. Thats where I learned to make sails,Ž he explained. Since St. Barth doesnt boast a secure hurricane hole, he sailed south each summer, sometimes to Trinidad, until in 1999 the boat was wrecked off Barbuda. No problem for a retired pirate; he quickly found his current vessel, Yellow Bird at Crabs Marine. He used to race her there, winning every event he put his keel into. It looks like a shoebox,Ž he joked, but she sails like a witch.Ž It was during those trips south that he kept bumping into Andy Smelt hard at work in the sail loft The famous motorcycle and sidecar

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66 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Carriacou Then there are the boats from Petite Martinique and Carriacou itself. We do all the racing sails for the local boys,Ž said Smelt. Thats good fun. Its a shared responsibility to design good sails, cause theyve got to win. They love to come in the day before regatta and have their sails done.Ž Usually the local sailors cut the cloth and Andy and crew drive the machines. In Stitches is not a large loft but crammed in that space are half a dozen machines, cloth, cushions, “ttings, zippers and piles of projects that are coming and going. We dont handle high tech sails, but we did a repair on a sail from a 50-foot cat the other day. Took four guys to lift it.Ž One member of his team does “ne canvas and cushions. She loves it,Ž he exclaimed, pointing out bolts of colorful canvas and upholstery fabric. Hopefully the future holds a storm proof building for In Stitches because when a strorm threatens everything must be moved to a concrete bunker. One hurricane yanked up the roof, messing up the place until all the needles were lost in the haystack. A tougher structure would also be a handy place to keep Smelts island ride, an antique BMW motorcycle and sidecar. Sailor, writer, teacher Jan Hein tacks between the Caribbean and Washingtons Puget Sound with a boat and a life on both ends. sleepy Carriacou and liked what he found there, or perhaps it was all that wasnt there that he enjoyed the most. No jumbo hotels, cruise ships rarely visited, and the island was lacking a sail loft. His partner, who loved the higher RPM of St. Barth, was dubious. I told her it was perfect, it had everything; lots of international boats; good music, nice people.Ž She fell for it and in 2001 they made the move, sewing machines and all. Working from the boat was not an option, so they hooked up with Jerry at Tyrell Bay Haul Out who helped secure a place that had potential. That wooden structure, which sits on the main thoroughfare of Harvey Vale, was adjoined conveniently to the bar next door. It had been a community center but when Smelt took up residence, it was an empty shell with a pool table. All around the big square room, closed shutters held drawings and paintings by the legendary sailor Paul Johnson. Beautiful scenes of boats in the bay and bars on the beach, each one lending a perfect air of art gallery to In Stitches. I had assumed that if someone needed a sail made or repaired they would seek out one of the big lofts, but not so; the Carriacou loft is busy all year. In the winter they get a lot of boats coming over from the ARC or down for one of the Southern Caribbean races. Cruisers, who constantly stream in and out of the anchorage, always need a stitch or two and bring even more business during the summer. The view from the office window!

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72 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 CaribbeanSeaCuraao Bonaire Aruba Turks & Caicos Islands Great Inagua Island Acklins Island Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda Antigua Puerto Rico Haiti Dominican Republic Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 4 1 Cap Cana, Dominican Republic. Located within the luxurious setting of Cap Canas marina, the prestigious residential community of Ocean 21 Marina Villas is now under construction. Twenty-one 3-BR villas built in an avant-garde architectural style will feature elegant living areas with double-high ceilings, terrace with beautiful gardens, kitchen and maids quarters as well as Jacuzzi and private parking. The resort property also boasts restaurants, shops, a full-service marina, beautiful beaches and more. Price: USD $790,000 (pre-construction price) LAURA ACEVEDO, Inversiones Aides Dominicana SA l.acevedo@inversionesaides.com www.inversionesaides.com Of“ce: (809) 885-2197 | Cell: (809) 669-3958 2 Chalk Sound, Providenciales, TCI. Overlooking the beautiful waters of Chalk Sound National Park, this fully-furnished, 5 BR 6 BA main house with a detached guest cottage is truly a property in paradise. Theres a spacious second ”oor master suite with private deck and of“ce space, a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, and private beach and dock. The property is completely walled and gated for serenity and privacy. Price: USD $1,200,000 JACK GREVER, Owner | jack@express.tc www.islandharmony.com/rental.html Cell: (803) 810-3305 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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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 73 4 5 Oceanica-Condado, Puerto Rico. Subpenthouse! Enjoy almost 4000-square-feet of sprawling beachfront and oceanfront in this elegant residence. Very exclusive with just a dozen units. Private gym, meeting room and concierge services on-site. Its just a short walk to the best international schools, hospitals, restaurants, hotels, casinos and nightlife. Enjoy as a second home or a primary residence. Puerto Rico offers an amazing tax incentive program. Price: USD $1,930,000 MOLLY ASSAD | mollyassad@gmail.com www.acquamarinabeachfront.com | Tel: (787) 918-1900 3 Botany Bay, St. Thomas, USVI. Personalize the “nal stages of this 6 BA 7.5 BR stunning home built on over 5-acres of land with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean. Ultimate privacy is assured in this gated community with 24-hour security. There are three beaches all within walking distance that are perfect for sunning, swimming or sur“ng. Price: USD $6,100,000 APRIL NEWLAND, April Newland Real Estate anewland2@gmail.com | vibeachfrontproperties.com or www.luxuryislandrealestate.com Of“ce: (340) 774-8888 | Cell: (340) 643-4347Craigston Estate, Carriacou. Set on a former lime plantation and in one of the most sought-after residential areas on the island, this 3 BR 3 BA beachfront home boasts breathtaking views of the west coast with steps straight down to the beach. The entrance opens onto the west facing verandah and the rear gives access to the gardens and third bedroom with full ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet. Theres a well-equipped kitchen, utility room with washing machine and air-conditioning throughout. Only 1.5 miles north of Hillsborough. Price: USD $600,000 PAULA LA TOUCHE KELLER, Brokerage Manager infogd@terracaribbean.com www.terracaribbean.com/grenada Cell: (473) 414 5227 | Of“ce: (473) 439 3993 Located adjacent to and directly behind STYC, this end of "Port Lane" gated compound boasts two family residences, each 3bdrm/2bath as well as a small boatyard on .810 acres. Income producer.O ered by owner/builder: $899,000 Email tkozyn@yahoo.com for appt. REDUCED PRICE! ST. THOMAS, USVI

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Check out www.littleships.com for more details on these listings and others! 2000 Bruce Roberts 43 pilot house cutter Steel Industrial grade bulletproof machine. $59K OFFERS! 1988 Steel Cutter. Good condition OFFERS! 1984 Miura 31 ft. Sloop. Deal to be done! $39K OFFERS. 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! 1979 Gulfstar 37 Sloop Excellent all round condition $49K OFFERS!! Tayana 42. Fully blue water capable and currently liveaboard. $95K Offers! 1992 Sovereign 54. Possibly the most elegant and beautiful boat around $395K Johnson 65 Fly bridge. Magnificent turnkey vessel Priced to sell!! Rare, never been bareboated Leopard 47. Check website for details! 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! 1984 CSY 44 Cutter. Deep Draft Version. Everything new $99K Offers! 1995 Beneteau 503 excellent all round condition 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! 1978 Ontario Sloop Very well equipped Blue water ready $45K 1995 Privilege 45. Cat. In weekly use. Offers! M56 Marquisesƒ Being phased out from Crewed Charter. Check website for details 2000 Jeanneau 40 Ft Deck Saloon. Well presented $79K PRIVILEGE 48. Being phased out of Crewed Charter. 5 CABINS. Check website for details. 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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78 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Brokerage 28 2002 Grady White Sailfish $40,000 35 2002 Maxum 3500 $66,900 32 2003 Wellcraft Scarab $52,500Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 53 1981 Cheoy Lee $83,500 38 1994 Manta $239,000 36 1980 Albin Stratus, Daysail Business $75,000Compass 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 36 80 Albin Stratus, Day Sail Business ...$75K 37 97 Hunter, AP, Sugar Scoop .............$63K 38 94 Manta Catamaran, 3 strm ..........$239K 40 92 Caliber, 2 strms, great cond.........$98K 44 77 CSY Sloop, new rigging ...............$69K 53 81 Cheoy Lee Cutter, A/C new rigging ..$83.5K 62 84 Gulfstar Sailmaster, very good cond ..$339.5K POWER 26 99 Mako, Twin Yamahas ...................$20K 26 01 Twin Vee, power cat, twin Hondas ..$28K 28 02 Grady White, 200HP Yamahas ...$40K 30 74 Fales Trawler, pilot house .........$31.9K 32 03 Wellcraft Scarab, twin Yahamas ..$52.5K 34 89 Sea Ray Express, diesels ............$55K 35 02 Maxum sleeps 4, genset .........$66.9K 36 93 Stamas, New diesels ...................$65K 39 98 Mainship Trawler, twin diesels .....$89.9K 40 02 Cruiser Express, AP, great cond..$125K 40 02 Oliver Marine Express Cruiser ...$250K 45 87 Hatteras SF, A/C new genset ....$199K 48 02 Dyna Craft MY, 3 strms 450HP Cats .$149.5K

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80 ALLATSEA.NET AUGUST 2013 Brokerage 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 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 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. SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.net 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 2013 re t and ready to goUS$23,500MAKE AN OFFER!!For more info: bacobrothers@hotmail.com or call 1868 316 4694 Arno 48 Wharram CatamaranGreat day charter vessel! 2002 Catana 431 OWNERS VERSION BEAUTIFUL YACHT Many recent upgrades including new sails, trampoline, sail covers, interior and exterior upholstery, and more.For more information check out our website: www.catana431forsale.com or email bill.fourwinds@yahoo.comOFFERS WANTED! Two guest cabins with two guest showers & heads. One crew cabin with shower & head. Engine 85HP Perkins. AB Rib plus “ve HP Tohatsu outboard engine. Valued at US$28,000 by reputable Marine Surveyor. Asking price US$15,000 FOR SALE: Email danny@cnportlouismarina.com Looking for the ultimate ocean steel liveaboard cruiser?Look no further!! $144,000Can make money with!!www.dutchlove.com CUSTOM HERMANSON 44 Its about time for you to do the Spanish Virgin Islands...LOCATED IN FAJARDO, P.R. Cal 28-2. Racer-cruiser. Great space distribution. Two berths one head. Galley, A/C, saloon. New sails plus extra sails. New batteries. A lot of extras. Good condition. Its daysailed every weekend. $19,000 (“ rm) with dinghy included. Ask for the Dropbox link to see photos and full description: 787-405-5945 or email: jacosta@thehrbox.com

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AUGUST 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 81 Brokerage 50 Carver Cockpit Motor Yacht, 1996 3/2 layout, full width aft cabin Flybridge & covered aft deck $169,000 40 Tartan, 1988 S&S designed performance cruiser 2012 Awlgrip, sail away condition $140,000 38 Hans Christian MK II cutter, 1983 New engine 2010, many upgrades Fully equipped & ready to cruise $139,000 44 Irwin CC Ketch, 1977 Ideal live aboard, great 2/2 layout Well maintained shoal draft cruiser $75,000 47 Beneteau 473, 2004 Private one owner yacht 3 cabin 2 head, great shape $169,000 38 Custom Aluminum Power Cat, 2000 Twin Yanmars, genset, galley, cabin, head Rigged for pro fishing charters $135,0000 48 Sea Ray 480 Sundancer, 2006 Twin Cummins, hardtop, loaded Low hours, clean and lightly used $449,000 27 Prokat Center Console, 2006 Twin Suzuki 4-strokes, T-top Perfect island hopper, great price $40,000 SAIL 72 1990 Custom TD Aluminum Cutter built to commercial standards ..............$699,000 55 1984 Baltic … New engine 2012, new Awlgrip side decks 2012 ..................$320,000 51 1995 Hylas … Frers design new rigging & arch 2011, strong & fast ..........$275,000 49 2003 Bavaria … One owner, never chartered, huge owners cabin ..............$180,000 46 1999 Beneteau 461 … 3/3 layout, major refit 2010, sail away condition ......$130,000 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 43 1979 Hinckley … New engine 2013, New Awlgrip 2012, New rig 2009 ........$145,000 42 1995 Hunter Passage … CC with huge aft cabin, furling mainsail ................$99,000 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 … CC with furling mainsail, 2/2 layout, great price .............$85,000 38 1987 Irwin MKII … Roomy CC, huge aft cabin, many upgrades ...................$59,000 37 1995 Jeanneau 37.1 … Original owner, private, never chartered, clean .......$76,000 36 1973 Morgan Out Island … CC Ketch, many upgrades, fully equipped ........$38,000 36 1971 Gulfstar Motorsailor … 2/2 walkover design, great live aboard ............$33,000 36 1976 Ericson Cutter … Well design cruiser priced for immediate sell ...........$20,000 35 1995 Island Packet Catamaran … Perfect live aboard cat, 15 beam ...........$99,000 34 1984 O-Day … Well equipped sloop, new mainsail, Yanmar, clean ..............$29,000 33 1982 Hans Christian … Heavily built offshore cutter, beautiful interior..........$49,000 30 1977 Moody … Vintage English built pocket cruiser, Volvo diesel ................$22,000 POWER 65 1989 Viking Motor Yacht … 4/3 layout, GMs, flybridge, tender ...................$395,000 61 1981 Hatteras Motor Yacht … 4/4 layout, flybridge with aft deck .................$225,000 55 1986 Angel Cockpit Motor Yacht … 2/2 layout, flybridge, aft deck ...............$175,000 42 1988 Histar Trawler … Spacious 3/2, solid hull, fully equipped, offers .........$130,000 39 1988 Sea Ray 390 Express … Twin 454 Mercruiser, new bottom paint ........$40,000 38 1967 Camcraft … Aluminum crew boat, 13 Rib w/40 hp OB included ..........$45,000 34 1974 CHB Trawler … Ford diesel, well maintained perfect live aboard.........$59,000 32 1990 US Marine … Commercial dive boat, 11 pax + 2 crew, Volvo .............$48,000 29 2007 Twin Vee … CC power cat, New 2013 twin Suzuki 250s .....................$89,000 28 2010 Glasstream 289 SCX … Performance w/twin 300 Merc. 4-srokes ......$99,000 MARITIME YACHT SALESLocated in Independent Boatyard, St. Thomas, USVI Visit us online at www.maritimeyachtsales.com C: 340-513-3147 T: 340-774-3175 F: 340-774-3509 yachts@viaccess.netMember of The Yacht Brokers Association of America 60 1987 Ta Chiao 1979 42 Pearson US$88,500 68 1990 Custom Aluminium Cutter US$699,000 MONOHULLS 24 2007 Tes 720 ......................................................reduced to US$40,000 32 1968 Van de Staadt/Seal ......................................................US$22,000 32 1978 Rival MDC .....................................................................US$35,000 32 1978 Ranger ..........................................................................US$38,000 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 43 2004 Beneteau ....................................................................US$190,000 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$175,0002007 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 AUGUST 2013 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON These dishes are made with fresh ingredients, naturally low in fat, and easy to prepare. Delicious dinner for summer, including season fresh peaches.MEDITERREAN STUFFED ZUCCHINI Prep time: 30 minutes. Cooking time: 30 minutes. Serves: 4 4 medium zucchini, halved lengthwise cup olive oil, divided 1 large onion, coarsely chopped 4 cloves garlic, “nely chopped 1 tbsp dried oregano tsp kosher salt Preheat oven to 475 degrees F. Cut 1/4-inch border around zucchini with knife. Then, using a teaspoon, scoop out ”esh of zucchini, forming boats. Chop zucchini ”esh and reserve. Brush zucchini lightly with oil and place hollowed sides down, on a parchment-lined baking sheet; bake 15 minutes. Remove from oven; cool. In the meantime, heat 1/4 cup oil in pan over medium-high heat. Add onion, garlic, oregano, salt, and pepper; saut until soft and slightly browned, about 5 minutes. Add reserved zucchini and yellow squash; saut until liquid is evaporated, about 10 minutes. Remove from heat and allow mixture to cool slightly. Fold in feta cheese, tomatoes and parsley. Arrange zucchini, cut sides up, in a baking dish. Fill with squash-onion mixture. Bake until top is lightly browned, about 15 minutes. Serve immediately. NOTE: These are quite “lling. Serve with a piece of “sh and/ or a lettuce salad.MOROCCAN GRILLED SALMONPrep time: 10 minutes. Marinating time: 15 30 minutes Cooking time: 8 … 10 minutes. Serves: 4 1/3 cup nonfat plain yogurt cup chopped fresh parsley cup chopped fresh cilantro 2 Tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice 2 Tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 2 cloves garlic, minced In a small bowl, combine yogurt, parsley, cilantro, lemon juice, oil, garlic, paprika, cumin, salt and pepper. Put aside 4 Tbsp of the yogurt sauce; cover and refrigerate. Place salmon in a medium sealable plastic bag. Pour in the remaining yogurt mixture, seal the bag and turn to coat. Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes (or up to 30). Preheat grill to medium-high. Oil the grill. Remove the salmon from the marinade, blotting any excess. Grill the salmon (skin side up “rst) about 4 or 5 minutes, turn, cook another 4 to 5 minutes. Remove to serving plate, remove skin or serve skinside down and top the salmon with the reserved sauce and garnish with lemon wedges.GRILLED PEACHESPrep time: 5 minutes. Cooking time: 6 minutes. Serves: 4 4 peaches cup olive oil 4 oz fresh chevr (goat cheese)OPTIONAL: toasted pecans or black walnuts, raspberry or other ”avored balsamic. Cut the peaches in half and toss in a large bowl with olive oil. Place peaches, ”esh side down on grill for about 6 minutes, turn and repeat on other side (or until you see the black grill marks). In a separate bowl, combine goat cheese, milk, honey and salt. Remove peaches from grill, and place a dollop of the cheese mixture in the center of each peach, and place on platter. Drizzle peaches with honey, and sprinkle with optional toasted nuts, lavender sugar or ”avored balsamic. 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 FLAVORFUL FRESH, EASY DINNER tsp black pepper 1 medium yellow squash, coarsely chopped cup crumbled feta cheese 1 large tomato chopped cup fresh parsley, “nely chopped 1-1/2 tsp paprika 1 tsp ground cumin tsp salt Freshly ground black pepper, to taste 4 (4oz) center-cut salmon “lletGARNISH: 4 lemon wedges 1 Tbsp milk 3 Tbsp local honey Pinch of salt

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