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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN CARIBBEAN BOATYARD SPECIAL POWERBOATS GRADYWHITE FREESEPTEMBER 2013 HAULING OUT The Devils in the DetailsCAPN FATTYAnchorage Shock and Horror Inside: Bequia Artist Julie Savage Lea

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8 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Editors Log In September, the Editors Log touched on the subject of designated anchorages and how some freedom-loving sailors have taken exception to them, saying they should be allowed to drop their hook anywhere. In this edition, Captain Fatty Goodlander turns his critical eye on the same problem and his revelations are shocking. Fatty describes how cruisers are being gouged by unscrupulous of“cials, semiof“cials and downright conmen. I have to admit that during my time cruising various parts of our watery world, I have been conned a few times. Nothing too serious, mind you, and most instances were quite humorous. The “rst one I fell for was the yourwife-bought-some-fish-and-she-says-you-will-pay-me scam. This ones pretty straight forward. A guy saw us come ashore in the dinghy and watched as my wife headed in one direction with her shopping bags while I popped into the chandlery. On leaving the chandlery I headed to the nearest bar to await my wifes return, the smiling villain appeared in front off me saying he had sold some “sh to my lovely wife, who didnt quite have enough money to pay him, and that I would take care of it. And yes, I fell for it and later learned that I was the third cruiser to do so that week. The second scam was the Im-out-of-gas-and-left-mywallet-at-home-and-if-you-give-me-some-money-Ill-“ll-updrive-to-my-house-and-return-with-the-cash scam. Not only did I fall for it, I even gave the guy a fuel can. My all-time favorite was the do-you-remember-me? scam. Thats that the opening line of the shakedown. The same individual pulled this on me at least six times. The “rst time, being polite, I said Er ƒ yes. I think so, How you doing?Ž Thats when he gave me the spiel but I refused to part with any money and he went away empty handed. The next “ve times he stopped me on the waterfront, I beat him to it by saying, Hi, do you remember me?Ž He thought this was hilarious. I got to know him so well I eventually asked him why he scammed the cruisers for a living. Its so easy,Ž he laughed, theyre nice, rich, trusting and polite.Ž Hes lucky he never met Capn Fatty. Gary E. Brown, Editor In this edition, Kathy Bohanan Enzerink takes an in-depth look at one of North Americas most successful boat builders, Grady-White. There is always banter between the wind and string brigade and power-boaters, yet powerboating is growing in popularity throughout the Caribbean and All At Sea is delighted to see that happen. The whole point of leisure boating is to get people out on the water and sail-boating can be a time consuming pastime. This is where power boats come into their own. At the turn of a key you are off and running, places to go, things to see, and all at a pace that suites the demands of the modern world. Designers of small powerboats, like GradyWhite, bring speed, safety and comfort to vessels that are easy on the eye. Looking astern as a creamy wake unfurls is a joy. Many of todays small powerboats offer more than a day out. Thanks to innovative designs, roomy onboard accommodations attract the weekender and those looking to explore further a“eld in the knowledge that a comfortable nights sleep, a cold beer and a good meal are all part of the package. GO BOLDLY. GO POWER.See you on the water! The editor enjoys a spot of powerboating

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10 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 FEATURES 44 CARIBBEAN BOATYARD UPDATE COVER SHOT: Martinique Dry Dock | Photo courtesy of International Marine Management (IMM)THIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE32September 2013 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS17 EVENT CALENDAR18 SAILING HUMOR The Horror of Designated Anchorages Sailing with Charlie: Noise24 FISHING Mathew Laban Wins Anniversary Bastille Day King“sh Tournament Pescador Wins 50th July Open Bill“sh Tournament28 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING Theres a Boat in My Yard32 POWERBOATING Grady-White Boats36 TIPS & TRICKS Hauling Out? 40 OUR NATURAL WORLD Lovely Worms Part II72 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 82 MARKETPLACE 86 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 88 CARIBBEAN DINING Healthy Eating Continued on page 12PHOTO COURTESY OF GRADY-WHITE BOATS

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12 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP49 UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS Sailors in the News52 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Team Antigua Wins BVI Premiers Cup International Youth Regatta55 ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN Ready, Set, and Finally ... Sail59 ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES The Art of Julie Savage Lea 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 September 2013 62 GRENADA Pro“le: Jason Fletcher History, Fathers Day & Glovers IslandRESOURCES 66 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 68 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 52

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14 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS TO DEVIS MOM ANDDAD AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA Devis Mom and Dad read All At Sea Devi Sharp is a regular contributor to All At Sea Devi usually writes about the natural world but occasionally she goes off on a tangent and writes something completely different. Devi likes to share the Caribbeans favorite waterfront magazine with her parents. My folks particularly enjoyed reading the article about how I stay “t on our sailboat,Ž says Devi, because I learned the importance of staying “t from my Dad.Ž Send us a picture of you reading All At Sea and you may win a free subscription. We will select one winner a month. Please send images & your information to: subscribe@allatsea.net or mail to: 382 NE 191st Street #32381, Miami, Florida, 33179-3899. PAGE 49 Sailors in the News: Sailing and the Famous Holmberg Family S m

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 15 CaribbeanSeaBonaire Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda Antigua Puerto Rico Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius U.S.V.I. B.V.I. PAGE 59 The Art of Julie Savage Lea: Bequia Bound Mo n PAGE 62 Pro“le: Jason Fletcher, Grenada Marine P P P G

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16 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 NewsCARIBBEAN NEWSA BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Windsur“ng Success for Curaao in Slalom World ChampionshipsALAATI, TURKEY … Windsurfer Jean Paul Da Silva De Goes brought more windsur“ng glory to the island of Curaao by returning home with the coveted title of IFCA U-15 World Champion 2013. The young windsurfer formed part of a fourman team that competed in the IFCA Junior, Youth & Masters Slalom World Championships in early July. Team members Jean Patrick Van Der Wolde (2011 World Champion U-17), Aron Etmon (2012 World Champion U-15) and Oscar Etmon completed the all-star line up. The pressure was relentless as 104 top competitors from 18 countries raced through the crystal-clear waters off the coast of Alaati, western Turkey. Sailors taking part in the Championships enjoyed “ve days of steady winds during which the race committee hosted 235 starts, eight eliminations and three discards, on each category for the “nal scores. Aron Etmon joined Da Silva De Goes on the podium having scored third place in the Junior U-17 category behind second place “nisher Jurgen Saragoza from the neighboring island of Bonaire. In the Junior category Oscar Etmon “nished in fourth place in the U-15. Although Jean Patrick Van Der Wolde failed to score a podium place he had a successful regatta, leading the ”eet home for a couple of races and scoring a good position among the group. For more information and full results, visit: http://ifca.internationalwindsur“ng.com/page0283v01.htmJolly Harbour Goes DeepANTIGUA … The marina at Jolly Harbour is in the process of dredging its channel to a depth of 15ft. In a press release, Jolly Harbour said the dredging is in anticipation of the upcoming season which could be the best in years, with “ve sailing rallies making landfall in the southeastern Caribbean by early 2014. The release also announced the opening of a new marina charter base with the arrival of Dream Yacht Charters. Saint Croix Yacht Club International RegattaThe St. Croix Yacht Club (SCYC) claim this years regatta will be the best ever thanks to a new race schedule. Acting on feedback from 2012 relating to the number of race days available, the regatta can now accommodate those who can only commit to two days of racing as well as those who want to experience the full three days. Changes include a one day event on Friday November 15th Flying the flag for Curaao at the IFCA Junior, Youth & Masters Slalom World Championships (from left): Aron Etmon, Jean Paul Da Silva De Goes, Oscar Etmon and Jean Patrick Van Der Wolde

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 17 with plenty of racing and great awards. This will be followed on Saturday and Sunday by phase two of the regatta. Any class with seven boats or more racing Saturday and Sunday, will compete for the ultimate prize: The winning Skippers weight in rum. All awards will be given out on Sunday afternoon. Shore-side entertainment includes live bands, food and drink and, of course, Crucian hospitality. Accommodations can be had at reasonable cost if you register early. Registration is $150. For more information and NOR: visit: www.stcroixyc.com or call: 340-773-9531 FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET www.triskellcup.comorganisation@triskellcup.com0690-49-57-57JAMAICAOCTOBER 5 … 12The 50th Port Antonio Intl. Marlin Tournament Fishing Tournamentwww.jamaicasports“shing.com NEVISOCTOBER 26 Nevis Sport Fish Tournament Fishing Tournament www.nevisyachtclub.comPUERTO RICOSEPTEMBER 15 … 21 San Juan International Bill“sh Tournament Deep Sea Fishingwww.sanjuaninternational.com ST. CROIX, USVINOVEMBER 15 … 1721st St Croix Intl. Regatta Sailing Regatta www.stcroixyc.com 340-773-9531ST. LUCIASEPT 30 … OCT 4Saint Lucia International Bill“sh Tournament Fishing Tournament www.bill“shstlucia.comST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTINNOVEMBER 1 … 2Budget Marine Wahoo Tourn. Fishing Tournament www.sxmsport“shing.comEVENT 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 410-268-8828ANTIGUANOVEMBER 15 … 17Caribbean Dinghy Championships Sailing Regattawww.caribbean-sailing.comARUBANOVEMBER 15 … 23Aruba Catamaran Regatta Sailing Regatta www.arubaregatta.comBONAIREOCTOBER 6 … 12Bonaire International Sailing Regatta Sailing Regatta www.bonaireregatta.orgFT. LAUDERDALE, FL OCT 31 … NOV 454th Annual Fort Lauderdale Boat Show Boat Showwww.ShowManagement.com800-940-7642GUADELOUPENOVEMBER 1 … 3Triskell Cup Sailing Regatta

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18 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013THE HORROR OF DESIGNATED ANCHORAGES BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor Every port authority in the world has a few sadists, and the meanest and cruelest of these maritime professionals are often put in charge of the Designated Anchorage for Yachts. Exactly why this is internationally so, I am not sure„but it is. Trust me. These peoples sole quali“cation: They know nothing about„ nor care about„those they contemptuously govern. In essence, they have a tiny bit of power, and their aim is to lord-it over their unfortunate subjects. They are over-grown school crossing guards, to the max. Power-freaks,Ž as we used to say back in the 60s. There is no international oversight on this Port Authority madness. Nobody cares how sea-going transients are treated. They are not anyones constituency. We yachties are, in essence, “sh-in-a-“nancial-barrel. Like any professional group, these yacht herders have aspirations. For instance, they get extra points if a sizable number of the pleasure craft are driven aground, pounded on rocks, and sunk. Ditto, if the marine environment is damaged. Double-ditto, if there are casualties! The “rst thing they do is, in deep consultation with experienced circumnavigators, determine the least desirable, most dangerous, and most uncomfortable place for a recreational craft to anchor„and designate that area the only place a yacht can moor, upon pain of death. Of course, this area must have (1) poor holding; (2) be far from town; (3) be exposed to adverse weather and (4) be subject to huge, constant commercial wakes. Even better, the designated anchorage area is to be so small that, if properly scoped (well-anchored, in a safe manner) only one or two boats can stay within its con“nes. Usually a few dozen skippers are required by law to use the Designated Anchorage„and are solely and completely Carolyn with Heebi, Prince of the Red Sea, and Sayeed

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 19responsible for any and all damage incurred while so doing. Thus, you have no legal choice but to anchor your vessel in an unsafe and unseaman-like manner„which keeps the local shipyards humming. In addition, every local lay-a-bout in the area is informed of these ultra strict anchoring boundaries and deputized to terrorize the recreational boaters within, should they get even close to being out-of-bounds. ƒ has the wind shifted three degrees? If so, wake em up and rouse em out and make them re-anchor endlessly in the rain„just for the simple joy of watching them do so. Why not poke the One Percenters (in their gilded, waterborne cages) with sharpened sticks? (All yachties are universally deemed rich, regardless of how poor they might actually be.) Some people, of course, say I paint an unfair picture. They are correct. I apologize for my too-rosy-of-a-PortAuthority-world-view. A few ports are far, far less kind than described above. Oh, the agony of their prissy, petty port routines! Why are all pilot boats designed to create large, destructive wakes? Why do they like to circle you so close„at 3am? The abuse starts early. Each yacht shall be, if possible, repeatedly ordered to re-anchor at least “ve times initially upon entrance„just to set the military tone, and get the yachtie in the proper sure, abuse me at will spirit. Often, in places like Colon, Panama, local unemployment is a problem. Equitable distribution of wealth is also a related problem. Most workable solutions to such societal problems are both complex and costly„but not all. Thus, the local muggers are informed of the dinghy docks location, and the boat boys are lat/longed, too. In some ports, law enforcement is told to look the other way but in other commercial shipping areas ƒ well, the of“cials are so busy taking bribes and collecting baksheesh, this step isnt necessary. Ex-cons need hope, too„why not issue them ship-andyacht agent business cards? In addition to the above abuse, the port professionals are urged to be creative in the formulation of bizarre, unreasonable, unfathomable Port Rules & Regs. My favorite port bizzarity was in Salalah, Oman, where a permit was required to dive over the side to clean your prop. This permit required three days and the services of an expensive agent to get„in addition to paying off a sizable slice of the local populace. Why, exactly,Ž I inquired sweetly at the time, is a permit required?Ž Ah,Ž said the grinning, bribe-counting of“cial behind the port authority counter, you could be a terrorist and attempting to sink our naval vessels with your limp mines!Ž

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20 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013Ive seen the future„and it doesnt work, at least not in Colon, Panama, where the lifetime adventure of a canal transit is now a non-stop ordeal of bureaucratic abuse, Panamanian-style. It used to be kinda funny when, in the Third World, people demanded “ve dollars for doing absolutely nothing„ now, these same folks are demanding “ve hundred dollars for same-same„and feeling entitled to it. I used to joke about a Panama Canal transit„that no matter how bad it got, it was far far better than rounding Cape Horn. I am currently attempting my third transit of the Canal. My “rst one was fun, my second one was ƒ survivable ƒ and this one has been totally miserable! If I go around again, it will be via Cape Horn„and the vipers of Club Nautico, Colon, be damned. Actually, it isnt the Panama Canal Authority itself which is currently so out of control, but the local government of Colon. The fees to clear-in are completely arbitrary. One fellow started asking for a hundred dollars to issue a year-long cruising permit for Panama Canal users„and, often, got it. Thus, everyone piled on the gimme-gimme bus, despite dozens of interdepartmental memos stating that no such fee applies. Each greedy of“cial has a tiny little “efdom„ and tries to squeeze you for as much as they can. I dont squeeze well. Of course, I understand that the ports are there to make money„and that we yachties can be an annoyance. But this force them into an expensive marina and make em hire a local agent so everyone gets a cut trend is horrible. I have been repeatedly told by of“cials in small countries,  ƒ but it is only a hundred dollars, sir„nothing to you!Ž A hundred dollars is not nothing to me, especially when every local with a ballpoint pen is demanding a picture of President Ben Franklin. I “rst circumnavigated in 2000. Id say the fees are now more than ten to twenty times what they were„with no end in sight, and no increase in service (the reverse, actually). Soon, only the wealthy will be able to circumnavigate„ from bank to bank, around the world. EDITORS NOTE: Capn Fatty and Carolyn have recently been (reluctantly) distributing their life savings along the seedy waterfront of Colon, Panama. 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 ƒ his mind isnt the only thing which is limp,Ž my wife chimed in„turn-coat that she is. A limpet is a type of sea snail, or aquatic gastropod mollusk, which ƒŽ I was about to say huf“ly, then “nished off lamely with, ƒ oh, forget it!Ž In a sense, these port sadists are doing a favor for their marine service industry„by getting the sailing consumer accustomed to paying high quality money for low quality abuse. Its all about framing admitted one international port authority economist who coyly declined to be identi“ed. We want to lower the resistance to preposterous payment„in the hopes that the yacht will, eventually, pay almost any sum to be free of our abuse!Ž Huh?Ž this publication said in response. Lets put it another way,Ž said the economist. It is not easy to get someone to pay you for hitting them in the head with a hammer„but it is easy to get them to pay you to stop hitting them in the head with a hammer! See the beauty of the concept? Isnt it econo-marvelous? And hammers are, even in the Turd World, relatively inexpensive. And widely distributed.Ž We stared back blankly.  ƒ the important thing,Ž he grinned back to us, is to have no shame !Ž The Port Suez Port Authority is the best. They require all yachts to call them before entering„and then sternly tell said yachts not to enter until given permission. Then they are never, ever given permission! Ha ha! Some poor saps have been circling out there for years, still paying for George W. Bushs sins. The only way anyone gets through this humorous Mideast prank is to be informed by another better-informed yachtie that port authority permission will never arrive„no matter how long they wait„and that they should blow it off and keep coming. This is hard to do for many law-abiding folk who have been brought up to respect authority and to obey the rules. Oman has very few requirements to clear in„and lots and lots of em to clear out. For example, you dont have to have any marine insurance to clear in, but you must have a very speci“c policy to clear out ƒ or (1) pay a “ne; (2) buy it on-thespot, and (3) ƒ sorry, I forgot my receipt book today, sir!Ž Welcome to the New World Order„where the Third World “nally seizes the levers of power„and suddenly nothing gets done (even slowly!), at great expense. A hundred dollars is not nothing to me, especially when every local with a ballpoint pen is demanding a picture of President Ben Franklin.

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22 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH Sailboats, in fact boats in general, make noises when at anchor … and the more the boat rolls the more the noises increase. Some sailors are so attuned to their boats noises that they can instantly tell when something is amiss. When a boat rolls and some item in a locker, on a shelf or in the fridge bangs consistently from side to side, it can become the most irksome annoyance on the planet. Last week Charlie was on a charter with two couples and was woken at two in the morning by an annoying, consistent banging. He got up to address the problem only to “nd out that the rhythmic banging was coming from inside the cabin of the frolicsome duo in the forepeak. Banging, thought Charlie, how appropriate. Noises on boats are almost in“nite in nature. They may consist of squeaky hinges, bilge or water pumps sucking at any hour of the day or night, halyards slapping the mast, gooseneck squeaking on a less than taut main sheet, dinghy slapping from lapping waves, anchor rollers creaking, blocks squawking … and on and on. Then there is the guest who suffers from incontinence; he troops to the head three times a night and ”ushes noisily every time … and usually bangs the door to boot. During the day charter guests often barrage Charlie with incessant questions: What were the roughest seas youve ever sailed in? Have you ever been in a hurricane? Have you ever run aground? been really scared? had to abandon ship? ƒ on and on ad in“nitum. Charlie now carries ear phones and puts them on at the earliest opportunity, scuse me, just listening to the weather forecast.Ž Sleep deprivation can be tiresome. In the morning the coffee pot has barely boiled when the guests stumble into the cockpit. Theres no Good Morning just more noise: The fan didnt work, the shower wasnt hot enough, the toilet smells. Charlie nods and smiles, hell take care of it later. When its time to get underway its also time for more noise. Its a funny thing but people seem to get embarrassed by silence. For Charlie theres nothing more pleasant than sailing along with the sounds of wind in the sails and the swish of the wake. But tourists become uneasy at the sound of silence; to them it means youre not having a good time. Better to turn on the music ƒ LOUD ƒ then well be having fun! Evening comes and shoreside bars want customers. After dinner local bands vie for dollar-spending tourists, so music gets pumped up to high volume. Then a neighboring bar competes for business … more volume. Before long youre almost blasted out of the anchorage. The guests, of course, want to go ashore to “nd out where the best fun is: That ones loudest, it must be the best!Ž Its rather like someone who doesnt understand your language; a foreigner! How do you make him understand? Amazingly some will just shout louder. Charlie likes good music but he also admires the phrase: Silence is Golden. Julian Putley is the author of  The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel SAILING WITH CHARLIE NOISE

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24 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Fishing Skill and luck proved a winning combination for St. Thomas angler Mathew Laban. When the of“cial weigh-in was complete at the 25th Anniversary Bastille Day King“sh Tournament, held July 14 at Hull Bay Hideaway, it was Laban who reeled in the Largest King“sh, a 34.26-pounder, aboard the Calypso 34, Emanuel Laban was one of 211 anglers, including 39 junior anglers, on 55 boats who celebrated a successful tournament at the Coors Light, Snapple and Captain Morgan angler bars, provided compliments of Bellows International, which distributes these brands and has sponsored this tournament for over two decades. I caught the big one early in the morning. It was our second bite of the day,Ž explains Laban. I knew it was a big one by the way it tore off line making the reel scream.ŽMATHEW LABAN WINS ANNIVERSARY BASTILLE DAY KINGFISH TOURNAMENT There are two secrets to Labans success. The “rst is bait. We use big bait to catch big “sh … horse ballyhoo,Ž Laban says, and adds, Anyone serious about winning this tournament, like us, spends the entire day before rigging baits, checking reels, checking hooks and making sure everything is ready.Ž The second is a lucky well-worn long sleeve dark blue shirt. Ive worn this shirt in all the tournaments Ive “shed in so far this year,Ž says Laban who pocketed a $2000 cash prize. After weigh-in, the fun continued onshore at Hull Bay Hideaway. Oliek Ledee and Cool Session Brass entertained throughout the afternoon. Later, crowds gathered inside Hull Bay Hideaway for the Awards Ceremony at 8pm where Lashing Dogs entertained. In celebration of the tournaments Silver Anniversary, a Mathew Laban, (left) wins the Largest Kingfish and Best Male prizes, while Tamika Turbe (second right) wins Best Female award at the 25th Anniversary Bastille Day Kingfish TournamentPHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 25$500 prize was awarded to each of “ve randomly drawn registered boats that did not reel in any prize-winning “sh. Similarly, all 39 registered junior anglers were eligible for a special $1000 Catch in the HatŽ award. In this award, 18 names of registered junior anglers were randomly drawn from a hat and awarded $50 cash while the 19th name selected received $100 cash. Over $16,000 was awarded in cash and prizes this year. First organized by the Northside Sport“shing Club in Largest Kingfish : Mathew Laban … 34.26lb, Emanuel 2nd Largest Kingfish: Gina Bengoa … 33.98lb, Absolutely 3rd Largest Kingfish: Tamika Turbe … 30.27lb, Emanuel Best Boat: Capt. Joel Questel … 14 fish, Feel Good I Best Captain: Capt. Adam Turbe … 6 kingfish, Ocean Jem Best Female: Tamika Turbe … 70.86lb, Emanuel Best Male: Mathew Laban … 96.91lb, Emanuel Best Junior Male: Adrian Turbe … 67.09lb, Ocean Jem Best Junior Female: Nicole Berry … 24.79lb, Friendship Largest Jack: Paul De Lyrot … 12.13lb, Feel Good I Largest Barracuda: Joshua Laplace … 31.46lb, Ruckus* Largest Bonito: Flame Gonzales … 3.32lb, Sea Wessel Largest Mackerel: Tim Spofford … 7.93lb, C-Hawk 222 FISH CAUGHT: 1440.10lb NUMBER OF KINGFISH: 51*New Tournament Record RESULTS: 1987, the tournament has become one of the highlights of French Heritage Week July 8-14 festivities. The tournament bene“ts the Joseph Sibilly School, St. Thomas Rescue and Nana Baby Childrens Home. In addition, seven students received a combined total of $6500 in scholarships for post high school education. Report by Carol M. Bareuther YACHT-TRANSPORT.COM YOUR YACHT IN THE SAFEST HANDS!Dockwise Yacht Transport is the worlds premier yacht logistics company, offering hassle-free yacht transportation to the worlds most desirable cruising grounds. Our goal is to help make your yacht shipping experience as smooth and simple as possible, while offering you the unbeatable service you deserve. Why not choose the most trusted name in yacht transport for your next passage? YACHT-TRANSPORT.COMDYT Europe !" DYT USA ### $ !"

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26 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Fishing Talent and luck earned the team aboard Pescador the Top Boat win in the 50th Anniversary July Open Bill“sh Tournament (JOBT), hosted by the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club (VIGFC), July 19 to 21. Stephen Deckoff Sr. the St. John, USVI-based owner/angler of the 60ft Rybovich, caught “ve blue marlin and his son, Stephen Jr. caught three to give Pescador a total of eight blue marlin releases for the tournament. We stayed consistent by releasing four the “rst day, two the second and two the third,Ž explains Deckoff Sr. who “shed extensively before moving to the Virgin Islands two years ago and has angled with his current crew for about a year. This is the “rst Virgin Islands tournament Deckoff, Sr. has entered. We live here, its a big tournament, and weve decided to get more serious about our “shing, therefore we entered,Ž he says. Deckoff, Sr. was the “rst to release “ve blue marlin and thus win the top angler prize, the prestigious Capt. Johnny Harms Give Him Line Trophy. Only two anglers have reeled in this honor twice … the late Howard Crouse in 1965 and 1988, and Puerto Ricos late, legendary angler Ralph Christiansen in 1973 and 1984. Interestingly, Pescador was formerly owned by Christiansen, who died in a plane crash in 2009 while returning from a weekend of bill“shing in the Dominican Republic. Christiansen likely left a little luck behind in his vessel. It put some pressure on us knowing the boat and Christiansens history,Ž says Deckoff, Sr. I hope we made him proud today.Ž Team Free Spool, “shing aboard the 70ft Tribute, Nemesis released “ve blue marlin and one white marlin to “nish in second place. It was a great ending compared to an uncertain beginning. We went from broken-down the day before the tourna-PESCADOR WINS 50TH JULY OPEN BILLFISH TOURNAMENT BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER ment when the boat [ Free Spool ] got hit by lightning out on the Drop, to getting ourselves fully prepared, to seeing “sh, to placing,Ž explained Capt. Kevin Haddox. The white marlin we released the second day gave us an advantage and ultimately it made the difference between second and third place.Ž In third place, Floridas Jeff Cohen, owner/angler aboard the 61ft Spencer, Da Bait and his team released a total of “ve blue marlin. We had an uneventful day today [“nal day]. Ten minutes of action, one release, and that was it, compared to yesterday when we had four bites between 3:30 and 5:00pm.,Ž says Cohen. What did make the day extra special for Cohen was sharing it with his six-year-old son, Bruce, who rode along in a tournament for the “rst time. The 11-boat tournament ”eet released a total of 41 marlin … 39 blue and two white … in the three days of “shing. Trained observers, all members of the IGFTO (International Game Fish Tournament Observers), rode aboard each boat throughout the tournament to verify the releases. Proceeds from the JOBT bene“t the Boys & Girls Club of the Virgin Islands. The Club, a 501 C (3) organization, enables all young people, especially those most needy, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Donations are tax deductible. Report by Carol M. Bareuther

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28 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Seamanship & VoyagingTHERES A BOAT IN MY YARD!STORY AND PHOTOS BY LIESBET COLLAERT Boatyard! This unpopular word in the cruisers vocabulary evokes thoughts of hard work, uncomfortable living conditions, busy, long days and short, mosquito-rich, nights. It is a reminder of sweaty work-outs and being sore and dirty. It promises extra trips to the chandlery, because … better admit it … you will have forgotten to buy something you need, or youll have to get more of it. It means scary moments during the actual hauling and splashing, and a big dent only (you hope) in your bank account. It also requires a bit of planning, and ƒ cooperation of the weather. There is no escape from the Caribbean heat and humidity. Or the downpours. Yet boatyards are an important part of our extended lives on the water. They are a necessary evil. The time spent in them is preferably as short, as productive, and as affordable as possible. But, in the end, there is no greater feeling than to see our beloved ”oating home, all shiny, “xed, cleaned up and freshly painted, being lowered back into the water where she belongs. Wasnt it worth all the work, sweat, hassle, time, stress and expense (at least for another year)? HAULOUT EXPERIENCES WHILE CRUISINGSurgery on the boot of one of the saildrives; Mark is sewing a little rip … a new skill!

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30 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Seamanship & Voyaging During our six years of cruising on Irie a stay in the boatyard was a yearly and sometimes twice a year occurrence for Mark and me. To make matters worse … or better? … and to be able to pursue our sailing plans, Mark and I were married while we lived on the hard in Annapolis, Maryland. A few months later, our little catamaran was dwarfed by the giants in Thunderbolt Marine, Georgia. Many boatyard visits followed once we reached the Caribbean. Some of them were strictly necessary, others were induced by our overcautious and under-experienced attitude, but all of them are remembered for different reasons. Puerto del Rey in Puerto Rico had to be convinced that our dogs were really well-behaved and needed to live with us, and that we had to do our own work. Walks to the shower block were extremely long; good planning and anticipation were required! Bobbys in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, had us over for a pit stop. No toilet building on the property, but it was affordable. Then it was on to Grenada, where we spent three hurricane seasons. Our “rst haul-out was in Spice Island Marine, which is conveniently located next to a chandlery and popular restaurant/bar, and close to buses for shopping. It has adequate facilities and services. If you try one of Grenadas south coast boat yards then you have to try the other. So, we hauled Irie at Grenada Marine, surrounded by jungle. Upon our return from the US, it had rained ... hard. I remember sloshing around in mud while working on Irie s bottom. A restaurant, marine store, sanitary block and services are on the premises. We stayed for a few days, before heading west. Mark and I managed to cruise the ABC Islands without hauling and even spent a year in the San Blas, before arriving in Shelter Bay Marinas yard in Panama; the only game in town for catamarans. We had beaten the record ƒ Irie managed to spend an uninterrupted year-and-a-half in the water. While it had always been our goal to go two years, we failed miserably every year. This last visit in the boatyard was a memorable one. Shelter Bay is an out-of-the-way place with a free, daily shopping bus to a mall and beautiful surroundings. Not only was this our least affordable yard stay, it was also our longest, wettest, and least productive. While usually staying about “ve days on the hard for a big stop, here, it turned into eleven days; another record. No skilled work was available, it rained a lot, and Mark fell from the ladder and strained his wrist. The modern facilities, the pool, and the jungle walks were inviting. Unfortunately, time is money and we were not able to take full advantage of them. While we try to “x most of Irie s needs at anchor„from dropping the rudders to change the bushings, to removing and re-bedding the emergency hatches„boatyard visits are inevitable for chores like replacing thru-hulls, serious work on the sail drives and prepping and painting the bottom. Luckily, the Caribbean has a plethora of haul-out facilities to keep working on that never ending list of projects. As for Mark and me (and our memorable haul-out experiences), maybe a boatyard would make a good place to have a baby?! Liesbet Collaert is a freelance writer. She and her husband Mark have been cruising on Irie for almost six years. They recently left the Caribbean and are heading west for new adventures in the South Paci“c. Visit her blog at: www.itsirie.com Irie being transferred over a potholed road to the yard of Shelter Bay (Panama) on a trailer designed for monohulls … scary moment!

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32 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 The history and story of Grady-White Boats is more than documentation of 50-plus years of boat building excellence at Greenville, North Carolina. Its about leadership, teamwork, and the Grady Family. Employees at Grady-White have a legendary reputation for designing and producing award-winning coastal and offshore boats. Be it for the center console or dual console models, express cabin or the walk-around cabin which the company pioneered in 1974, employees share the distinction of receiving every highest customer satisfaction rating in their category for coastal boat builders. Year after year. Being a Grady-White employee means more than showing up and putting in the hours. There are rules. There are Powerboating GRADYWHITE BOATSBY KATHY BOHANAN ENZERINKA STORY OF SUCCESSexpectations. The standards are high. The Lifelong Learning cultural program, which includes reading, is mandatory. Kris Carroll, president of Grady-White Boats, implemented the reading program more than 20 years ago and with input from employees and colleagues, built an impressive on-site lending library. Educational programs provide learning opportunities in effective communications, technical and life skills. Start Right ƒ Stay Right and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People are required reading for each new hire. These books are a common thread among all Grady-White employees. Leaders have additional reading requirements while associates earn “nancial incentives for voluntarily reading the same books. As part of the Lifelong Learning program, emGrady-White Freedom 375PHOTO COURTESY OF GRADY-WHITE BOATS

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 33 ployees earn upwards of $250 for reading selected books on communication, self-development and motivation. These reference materials provide a way for all of us at Grady-White to have a common language, a common vision,Ž said Carroll.Ž Armed with the same information, we will reach the same conclusions.Ž Glenn Grady and Don White founded Grady-White Boats in 1959. The founders believed if they crafted boats tougher than they had to be,Ž their smaller boats would stand up to coastal waves and weather. Grady and White got it right from the onset. The tradition continued when Eddie Smith Jr. purchased Grady-White Boats in 1968. At the age of 26, Smith recognized the opportunity to exercise his entrepreneurial instincts and engage the business principles he observed in his father, while working in the family-owned mail-order hosiery and apparel business. Smith went to work for his father at National Wholesale after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, realizing early on that this type of business was not where my passion was.Ž He continued to work and learn there for three years. Father instilled in son the fundamental idea that success in business derives from dedication to unquestionable inCarroll came up through the ranks, starting as a production control clerk in 1975 then promoted to vice-president of engineering and manufacturing. Kris Carroll, president of Grady-White BoatsPHOTO: KATHY BOHANAN ENZERINK

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34 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Powerboating tegrity, valuing and treating co-workers exceptionally well, truly appreciating and valuing customers, and striving for perfection in quality.Ž By example, Smith Sr. proved it was good business to give back to his industry, to employees, to community and to the important passions in his life. Grady-White owner and CEO, Smith sticks with his employees and they stick with him. During the early transition years, the company persevered because of its employees. Smith is said to be a tough taskmaster, but one who truly appreciates his co-workers. Smiths loyalty to employees was termed gutsy when, in 1993, he selected Kris Carroll, a feisty Yankee from MassachusettsŽ as the new president of Grady-White Boats. Smith wanted someone who understood his focus on the customer and his desire to take that focus to a new level. The decision for the coveted position astonished the industry as, at the time, Carroll was the “rst woman to hold the top post in the boat manufacturing business. Carroll came up through the ranks, starting as a production control clerk in 1975 then promoted to vice…president of engineering and manufacturing. She earned a reputation for having the ability to assemble and inspire the best managers,Ž and demonstrates natural tendencies toward team building and team integration. Her steadfast beliefs, commitment and hard work continue to set an example industry-wide. Tenure for senior managers ranges from 16 to 31 years. Many employees boast decades while others are quick to announce their double-digit years with the company. Continuity is one of the company traditions. Grady-White is known to hire people with limited technical skills and then train and educate them to harness and direct their talents, according to Shelley Tubaugh, Vice President of Marketing and head of Human Resources. People have limitless abilities and we help employees discover and develop them,Ž she said.Ž Part of this includes acquiring new skills which help at work and in their personal lives. Our employees have to want to work every day and be on time.Ž Tubaugh, a 25-year employee, explained Grady-White has a performance and attendance incentive program where employees receive an extra day of pay for each 12 month span of perfect attendance. One man, who achieved twelve days of extra pay, missed work to get married. He told her it was well worth starting the process over again. Part of the Grady-White success story is developing and maintaining close relationships with its customers and dealers; asking questions and incorporating features requested by boat owners. In the 2012 model year, customer demand prompted GradyWhite to bring back colored hulls, an option not available since the early 1970s. Seen from afar, the sand-colored gel coat option and painted blue and green hulls do not alter the distinctive raised sheer line, a Grady-White product trademark. In the 2012 model year, customer demand prompted Grady-White to bring back colored hulls, an option not available since the early 1970s. Grady-White Fisherman 257 … Select models, including this 257, are available with colored hulls.PHOTO COURTESY OF GRADY-WHITE BOATS

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 35 The company is a long-time and steadfast advocate of “sheries conservation, education and waterways management. In 2003, Eddie Smith was named to the National Marine Manufacturers Associations (NMMA) Hall of Fame. At the induction ceremony, he said, We need to do everything we can to keep boating in a leadership position in recreation in America. We have an awesome product to sell: we provide leisure, fun, and maybe best of all, a wonderful family activity„something our country desperately needs more of! We also have a huge obligation to future generations, to do all that we can to ensure them a great environment, clean waterways, and healthy and abundant “shery resources.Ž Following Smiths example, the Center for Coastal Conservation honored Carroll with its inaugural Eddie Smith Manufacturer of the Year Award in 2012, in recognition of her conservation leadership. Together is the most important part of the Grady-White Vision, Together, delivering the ultimate boating experience ,Ž said Carroll. Every single role here is important; it takes The Team to make it all work, together with our customers, dealers, employees, vendors, community and government.Ž Carrolls management style re”ects this quest for being the ultimate in boating satisfaction. Build the people and you will build your business.Ž said Carroll. Kathy Enzerink is a free lance writer who lives in Oriental, N.C. and is a frequent contributor to ALL AT SEA publications. You may contact her at kathy@allatsea.net A Grady-White under construction … Skilled craftsmen hand-lay fiberglassPHOTO: KATHY BOHANAN ENZERINK

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36 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Tips & Tricks HAULING OUT? BY THE EDITOR Hauling your boat onto terra “rma can push stress levels off the scale. Here are a few tips to help you cope the next time your boat takes to the air. As with many things nautical, preparation is the key. Before making a commitment, take a good look at the haulout facility, its environment and equipment. Is it secure? Is there a night watchman? Observe as the yard hauls a boat. Does it run smoothly? Are the yardmen and the lift/ crane operator calm? In other words, is it a professional operation? Are you happy with the hard-standing? Is it clean or covered in oil and dog excrement? Is the ground “rm or will it turn to mud when it rains? What on-site facilities are available? Is there a marine store or mechanics shop near by? How about transport, are there buses to town? THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS Ask other boat owners if they are happy with the facilities and the way things are run. Look at how the boats are chocked. Fiberglass boats are tough but they still need care when chocking. Ideally, stands should be placed in line with bulkheads. I have seen stands placed The slings are covered with plastic to protect the bottom but make sure there is nothing trapped between slings and hull before you lift and that the slings are clear of impellers The slings on this wooden boat have been placed beneath the ballast keel, avoiding the deadwood and stem, this is correct. Spreader bars prevent the hull from being nipped. PHOTO: GEB/OCEANMEDIA

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38 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013under the boat. Gravel between the slings and hull will make you very unhappy. Wooden boats do well on slipways, but they are few and far between. I hauled on a very good slipway in England and was delighted with how gentle it treated my wooden boat. That was until halfway up the slip when the boat began to shake. The problem? A few small stones lodged in the tramlines. Thats all it took to make the boat and cradle shudder like an earthquake. Cranes have been used to haul boats in the islands for years. Crane drivers need to be skilled when it comes to hauling boats. Spreader-bars are critical if the boat is not to be pinched. But remember, what works for one boat might not work for another. The trick is to discuss each lift with the yard manager and if you think he offers bad advice, question it. Read through the yard contract before you haul. My experiences and the experiences of others con“rm that holding a boatyard responsible for damage to a vessel during haulout and storage can be daunting and often fruitless. There are some superb boatyards in the Caribbean where they make hauling a pleasure. Choose wisely. If a yard makes you feel uncomfortable, you might want to haul elsewhere. Gary E. Brown is the Editorial Director of All At Sea Caribbean He is a presenter on Island 92, 91.9 FM, St. Maarten, and the author of the thriller/sailing adventure Caribbean High For more information, visit: garyebrown.net Tips & Tricks in such a way that they force the hull inwards. Make sure the keel is well supported, especially if the ground is soft. Timbers should be high enough to allow you to sand and paint the underside of the keel. If you need to remove the rudder, will the yard let you dig a hole or will they charge for an extra lift? Steel boats by their nature are easier to deal with but that doesnt mean they should be treated with less care. Many, if not most, yacht yards will not let you sandblast or grind steel. Dont leave it until you start cutting to “nd out. Owners of wooden boats, especially old wooden boats, have the most nerve-racking time at haulout. Our wooden boat was damaged by a bolshie hoist driver who would not listen to my requests. The damage had a huge impact on our cruising plans and we almost lost the boat at sea. Wooden boats require extra care and expertise to lift. Make sure your boatyard of choice has experience with wooden boats. Travel hoist, crane or slipway? I have used them all and each has advantages and disadvantages. Travel hoists are by far the most common and enjoy a good safety record. However, the yard must know where to position the slings on the hull. When discussing the haulout with the yard manager carry a photo of the boats underwater pro“le and, if possible, a picture of the boat hanging in slings. If no such picture exists then take care, you dont want to damage a prop shaft, P bracket, saildrive or skeg. Be sure to mention the position of impellors and transducers. Also, make sure the slings are clean before they slide them PHOTO: GEB/OCEANMEDIA PHOTO: GEB/OCEANMEDIAPHOTO: GEB/OCEANMEDIA A yard with a combined Travelift and crane is a good choice if you want to unstep the mast In storage for the hurricane season … shored up and cross-braced Heavy timbers support this yacht which is high enough off the ground to allow access to the bottom of the keel

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40 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Our Natural World LOVELY WORMS PART II BY BECKY A. BAUER In our last column we introduced the predatory Fire Worm, one of 8,000 or more species of marine worms found throughout the world. While the Fire Worm moves about freely and is quite beautiful, two more marine worms, even more beautiful and frequently seen, are not mobile due to a lack of appendages designed for movement. The Christmas Tree Worms and Feather Duster Worms are tubeworms living their entire adult lives in one spot attached to various coral species. Tubeworms reproduce by discharging eggs and sperm into the surrounding water where fertilization takes place. The resultant larvae are carried by currents as a component of plankton. Those that are not consumed by plankton feeders settle upon coral. Once settled, most tubeworms burrow into the coral creating a foundation for building their tubes. Their tannish-grey tubes are made of calcium secreted by the worm. Some tubeworms have specialized sacs into which they separate grains of sand and bits of shell “ltered from the water. This mixture is added to their calcareous secretions. Rarely if ever are the actual tubeworms seen as the head and main body remain within the tube. What we do see is an evolutionary wonder. How does a worm that cannot move and remains throughout its lifetime encased in a tube manage to breathe and feed? As a diver, I never cease to smile when I “nd Christmas Tree Worms. Shaped like a Christmas tree in colors of white, red, blue, pink, orange, brown, maroon or yellow, the little worms bring about a myriad of happy reactions Rarely if ever are the actual tubeworms seen as the head and main body remain within the tube. What we do see is an evolutionary wonder. Christmas Tree WormsPHOTO: BECKY A. BAUER

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42 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 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 Our Natural World among divers and snorkelers. At approximately an inchand-a-half in height, they are one of my favorite creatures to show new divers. What we see of the Christmas Tree Worms are the palps, also known as crowns, leading to their mouths. Each worm has two spiral cone shaped crowns. Radioles, feathery plumes, extend from the center spine of the crowns giving them their Christmas tree shape. These multipurpose radioles serve as the worms breathing apparatus as well as passively snagging food, phytoplankton, which is then carried down the crown into the worms mouth by tiny moving hairs called cilia. Cousin to the Christmas Tree Worm is the Feather Duster Worm, named after ostrich feather dusters due to their strong resemblance. Up to ten or more inches tall with radiole diameters of up to seven to eight inches, Feather Duster Worms are found in clusters as well as individually. Their color range includes white, brown, gray, pink, orange, red, and purple often with variegated striping. Feather Duster Worms have only one ”attened crown from which two fans of equal length radioles extend. Unlike the passive feeding Christmas Tree Worms, Feather Duster Worms move their radioles to create a current directed toward the worms mouth. Additionally, the radioles are covered in a sticky mucous like substance to which the plankton sticks giving this tube worm extra assistance when feeding. Giant Feather Duster WormPHOTOS: NOAA PHOTO LIBRARY

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 43Like the Christmas Tree Worms, some species of Feather Duster Worms discharge eggs and sperm into the water; however, depending upon the species they may also deposit eggs in a gelatinous mass along the tube from which the eggs eventually break loose and disperse in currents. Christmas Tree Worms and Feather Duster Worms are easily disturbed. When disturbed, the radioles quickly withdraw into the tube and the worms operculum, hatch, shuts protecting the soft, defenseless worm. If left undisturbed, the operculum opens and the radiole slowly reappears. During times of stress, when plankton is scarce or water quality poor, both these tubeworm species can shed their radioles and regenerate new ones as conditions improve. These two species of tubeworms can live in water as shallow as a few feet up to depths of approximately 100 feet. Christmas Tree Worms are found mainly on coral while the commonly seen Feather Duster Worms are found amongst corals as well as at the base of reefs. Because these tubeworms require plankton carried by currents to survive, they will not be found in areas of still water nor will they be found in areas heavily populated by sea urchins, one of their primary predators. Becky Bauer is a scuba instructor and award-winning journalist covering the marine environment in the Caribbean. She is a contributing photographer to NOAA. ww ww ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww w w w w w w w w w w w s s s s s s s s s il il il il il il il l ri ri ri ri ri ri te te t te te te te te te e c c c c c c c c c om om om om om om om m om om ww ww ww ww ww ww w ww ww w w w w w w w w w w w w w s s s s s s s il il il il il il il ri ri ri ri ri ri ri i i r te te te te te te te te te c c c c c c c c om om om om om o m om om om om Oc Oc Oc Oc Oc Oc O Oc O O to to to to to to to be be be be e be be e r r r r r r r … … … … … € € € € Te Te Te Te Te e nt nt nt nt nt H H H H H H H H … … … … … … … Pat Pat Pat t Pat P at at t Pat ent ent ent ent ent ent ent e e t s: s: s: s: s: s: : #64 #64 #64 #64 #64 #64 #6 # 6 994 99 994 994 994 9 9 9 99 15, 15, 15, 15, 15, 1 15, #7 #7 #7 #7 7 #7 7 #7 #7 7 438 438 438 38 8 438 38 438 438 38 009 009 009 009 009 00 00 009 009 009 Pink Feather Duster Colony

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44 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 CARIBBEAN BOATYARD UPDATE BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER September is the Caribbeans peak month for hurricanes. Its also one of the busiest months for boatyards. Here is a sampling of Whats New in yards throughout the region. Subbase Drydock, St. Thomas, USVI A second drydock built in 2012 in Krum Bay replaces one originally constructed in 1992. Our large drydock is able to haul vessels up to 200ft long and 50ft wide with a 16ft draft or 900 tons total,Ž explains owner Gene Kral, Sr. Services include fabrication of stainless steel and aluminum, a complete welding shop, “berglass expertise and Awlgrip Painting. www.subbasedrydock.viNanny Cay Boatyard, Tortola, BVICatamaran cradles from UKs Yacht Leg & Cradle Company were added this season as a storage option. Plus, all catamarans stored in the boatyard are now secured with the “ve-foot sand St. Maarten Bobbys Megayard St. Thomas … Subbase dry dock

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 45screws and tie-downs. Next year all monohulls over a certain size will be tied down. Eventually, all boats stored in the Nanny Cay boatyard will be tied down. In March 2013, construction started on a new commercial building in the corner of the boatyard behind the supermarket. The ground ”oor will be used for commercial and retail space while the upstairs area will replace the lockers removed in the construction of the new building. Cay Electronics will be moving from Road Town into this new building. www.nannycay.comBobbys Mega Yard, St. Maarten The main facility in Cole Bay has two Marine Travel Lifts (150 metric tons for boats 33ft wide and 75 metric tons for boats 19ft wide), and hydraulic transport trailers. In the yards Airport Road location, theres a 50 ton Travelift for smaller vessels. Here we accommodate vessels that wish to stay out longer and long-term live aboard customers,Ž says Nicky Kaaij. www.bobbysmarina.comIsland Water World Service/Yard and Marina, St. MaartenGone is the derrick crane and in its place is a substantial amount of waterfront property and working docks that will be offered to a shipwright and yacht service company able to offer yacht carpentry, “berglass repair and fabrication, tank welding and fuel cleaning. We also intend to utilize the additional space to increase the services we can offer power-boaters and tenders of megayachts,Ž says managing director, Sean Kennelly. We have a large marine forklift capable of ef“ciently lifting, storing and launching powerboats up to 28ft. We offer repair, detailing and antifoul services for these boats. We are also able to repair most Hypalon RIBs and we service Evinrude and Nissan Outboards.Ž www. islandwaterworld.comNevis Boatyard, Oualie Bay, Nevis Opened in early 2013, this is primarily a trailered [boat] storage facility, says owner Bradley Jarvis. We have trained mechanics on site, facilities to airfreight parts from St. Maarten, Antigua and Florida daily, a limited chandlery onsite.Ž www.nevisboatyard.comJolly Harbour Marina, Antigua New services include yacht management and outboard motor repair service. We are dredging the channel into the marina and yard to a depth of 15ft,Ž says Festus Isaac. www.jolly-harbour-marina.com Tortola … Tie-downs at the Nanny Cay boatyard Antigua … Jolly Harbour

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46 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Caribbean Boatyard Update North South Marina, Crabbs Peninsula, Antigua Theres a 150-ton Marine Travel Lift capable of hauling vessels with up to 15ft draft here as well as a 200ft by 120ft shed built to Category 4 specs that allows for services such as painting, engineering and steel work to be accomplished out of the elements. Crews are welcome to carry out DIY work too. Email: northsoundmarina@candw.ag International Marine Management (IMM), GuadeloupeSince fall of last year, the new 45m (145.5ft) ”oating dock, which is ISPS-compliant, is in operation. This dock is capable of drying vessels up to 50m (165ft). We have a well-known metalworking company from France, Acti, who is in the process of setting up a base in the Yard,Ž says IMM manager Norina Edleman. IMM also continues to work closely with the Martinique Dry Dock in Martinique for yachts larger than 50m. This dry dock is located in Fort de France, and is capable of drying vessels to 180m (594ft). www.imm-yachting.comDominica Marine Center, Roseau, DominicaBarely three years old, this yard handles only power boats that can “t on trailers. Services include storage, bottom painting, boat repairs, cleaning, electrical, mechanical and restoration work. Repowering with Mercury Marine engines is a specialty. Soon we will announce plans for a larger boatyard to accommodate many of the regions vessels,Ž says owner Hubert Winston. dominicamarinecenter.com Rodney Bay Marina, St. Lucia New are soda blasting and sand blasting services in the yard as well as silver, gold and platinum packages for caretaking yachts both in the shipyard and marina. Theres a new restaurant and bar onboard the Unicorn which was used in movies Pirate of the Caribbean and Roots,Ž says new general manager Simon Bryan. A new sushi restaurant will open on the 1st of September offering high quality food.Ž www.igy-rodneybay.com/boatyardCarriacou Marine, Tyrrel Bay, Carriacou A lot has happened at this one-year-old-plus yard. The Travel Lift received a US$25,000 overhaul and so has the slipway that can now accommodate yachts with an eight-foot draft. Theres a new shed for customers to store belongings and the shed roof catches water allowing yachts to water up for “ve US cents per liter. Theres a new chandlery, minimart with food, drinks and ice; Customs and Immigration has opened an of“ce and a new electrical distribution system went online in August providing both 110 and 220V outlets close to the boats which are being worked on. In the next six months, “ngers crossed, refueling will also be available,Ž says Trevor Stanislaus. www.carriacoumarine.comCuracao Marine, Curacao A delicate paint removing machine for GRP hulls, which can also be used as a sander or just to remove one layer, has been added. Also new are hurricane proof one piece cradles, improved security with lights, cameras and Doberman dogs, and every end-of-month weekend free BBQ with drinks. In October,Ž says Steve Wassenberg, we will receive a new trailer that can haul yachts up to 60 tons. www.curacaomarine.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. IMM … Martinique Dry Dock Carriacou Marine

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 49 Sailing is in the blood of St. Thomas Holmberg family. In fact, its a water sport excelled at and enjoyed by three generations. Family patriarch and Chicago native Dick Holmberg “rst visited the Virgin Islands in the 1950s while serving on a submarine in the U.S. Navy. This was the “rst step of what would ultimately foster a family legacy and a surname recognized in the sailing community literally around the world. Visit number two came a few years later when Holmberg and his bride Louise honeymooned on St. Thomas and decided to make the territory their home. Peter and I started sailing on a Sail“sh [predates the Sun“sh] at Sapphire and eventually our parents would United States Virgin Islands drag us along [behind the boat] and hold the rudder as we sailed back and forth in the bay … and capsized,Ž explains John Holmberg, Peters older brother. We joined the newly established St. Thomas Yacht Club (STYC) in 1964 and then got a yellow wooden pram for exploring along with two Sun“sh and many other small boats.Ž The familys sailing prowess showed itself “rst in the elder generation. In 1971, Louise, an avid swimmer, water-skier and sailor, became the “rst female Sun“sh World Champion, when competing in the 1971 Sun“sh Worlds in Puerto Azul, Venezuela. The following year, Dick proudly represented the Virgin Islands in the 1972 Summer Olympics in the Soling Class. SAILORS IN THE NEWSBY CAROL M. BAREUTHERSAILING AND THE FAMOUS HOLMBERG FAMILYSailing family (from left): Louise Johnson, John Holmberg, Kai Holmberg.PHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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50 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 This competitive streak continued into the second generation. Peter won an Olympic silver medal in the Finn Class in 1988 and was a helmsman for Americas Cup winner, Alinghi John, who has always enjoyed both one and two hulled boats, earned a bronze medal in Lasers at the 1987 Caribbean and Central American (CAC) Games and a “rst place at the 1994 Prindle 19 National Championship with then 12-year-old Chris Marshall. Closer to home, John has won several Rolex watches in the Beach Cat Class at the International Rolex Regatta (IRR), hosted by the STYC. It was at the IRR nearly a decade ago that John set sail with the third generation of the Holmberg family to take to the seas. That is, his now 14-year-old son Kai. We started racing together on the IC24, Stinger when Kai was “ve and then beach cats when he turned ten,Ž John tells. In 2010, we had the wonderful experience of representing the U.S. Virgin Islands at the CAC games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, in the Hobie 16. That taught Kai about humility and sportsmanship as we had a good beating by my friend and Hobie World Champion, Enrique Kike Figeroa.Ž With such a strong history of competitive sailing in the family, John has decided to adopt a low-pressure approach toward the sport with Kai. Our philosophy is KISS (keep it simple silly),Ž John explains. Kai and I race with only three main goals: (1) right side up, (2) start and “nish every race, and (3) have fun. We have won many races this way and are having a blast too.Ž John adds, I encourage Kai to sail sometimes when he does not want to, but I also know that all of his time “shing, diving, kayaking, paddle boarding and sur“ng, to name a few, are valuable experiences. If he decides to pursue another sport, I encourage it. You are only a kid once and the experiences you gather create the expertise that you will utilize for a lifetime!Ž Next up, John and Kai are launching a Formula 18 campaign. High points later this year include the U.S. Nationals in Sarasota in October and the Cata Cup in St. Barth in November. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. United States Virgin Islands T: (340) 776-2078 genekralusvi@yahoo.com www.subbasedrydock.com P.O. Box 4429 Parcel 162, Subbase St. Thomas, USVI 00803 100 Ton Crane 400 Ton Drydock 1000 Ton Floating Drydock Complete Marine Repairs FEATURING NEW 1000 TON FLOATING DRYDOCK Next up, John and Kai are launching a Formula 18 campaign. High points later this year include the U.S. Nationals in Sarasota in October and the Cata Cup in St. Barth in November.

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 51 2013 ST. CROIX INTERNATIONAL REGATTA November 15th, 16th & 17th 3 Days of Racing 2 Regattas in One WeekendŽ SEE NOR ON WEBSITE FOR DETAILS: Register Now!!

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52 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 British Virgin Islands TEAM ANTIGUA WINS BVI PREMIERS CUP INTERNATIONAL YOUTH REGATTAPreparation and training earned Team Antigua the championship at the 15th BVI Premiers Cup International Youth Regatta, sailed out of Nanny Cay Resort & Marina, on Tortola, July 13 … 14. Winning team members were: Janield Smith, Stephan Dundas, Rhone Kirby, Jules Mitchell, Lewis Fitzgerald and David Jackson. I am very proud of the boys,Ž says Karl James, head coach at the Antigua Yacht Club (AYC) and director of Antiguas National Sailing Academy (NSA). Ten teams with 60 sailors total competed, representing Antigua, St. Croix, the Bahamas, BVI, Anguilla, Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, the USA and for the “rst time Barbados. The “rst day, teams drew lots with “ve teams sailing in the morning and the remaining “ve in the afternoon. The wind was light and shifty, ten knots max,Ž James explains. We came in third in our heat, being beaten by the Bahamas and BVI 1.Ž The top three teams from both sessions advanced. The next day, winds averaged ten to 15 knots over the windBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER ward-leeward courses. Sailors were able to easily navigate the fairly constant trade winds well until the last race when winds died with the Sir Francis Drake channel currents causing all boats to perform last minute extra tacks in order to make the upwind mark. Team Antigua did extremely well in these conditions. They scored “rst place bullets in four of the “ve “nal days races and ended second in the second to last race by less than half a boat length. The last race was most special,Ž James tells. There was a squall right before, and afterwards the winds dropped to three to four knots. I chatted with the boys about what the wind was doing and we came up with a plan. They executed it perfectly. I couldnt have done it better.Ž James attributes the teams win to their training in advance of the regatta. Although the AYC and NSA dont have IC-24s, they do have a 26ft 1720 Sportboat. The design originated in Ireland, over 100 have been built and there are growing ”eets in Europe. James used this vessel to train his team, many of whom are Laser sailors, over Awards ceremony 15th BVI Premiers Cup International Youth Regatta, back row, from left: Janield Smith; Dr. the Hon. Daniel Orl ando Smith, Premier of Tortola; and Karl James, head coach at the Antigua Yacht Club. Front row: Stephon Dundas, Jules Mitchell, Lew is Fitzerald, Rhone Kirby and David Jackson. PHOTO COURTESY KIDS AND THE SEA BVI

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 53 a number of weeks. The effort paid off in putting Antigua back on top at the podium, a place they previously occupied for many years. What makes this regatta among the most unique junior sailing events in the Caribbean is that there are no dinghies such as Optimists, Lasers or Sun“sh, nor are there adult members competing on the teams. As a result, this regatta adds another dimension of pro“ciency to the regions junior sailors skill sets. Keelboats are good for team building,Ž James says. Even someone who isnt good as an individual dinghy sailor can shine as part of a team. As a result, we will be adding two more 1720s to our program by the start of Antiguas sailing season in November or December.Ž Finishers in second through tenth place were: St. Croix, Bahamas, BVI 1, Anguilla, Puerto Rico, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, USA and BVI 2. The BVI Premiers Cup International Youth Regatta is hosted by The Kids and The Sea BVI and the Rotary Clubs of the BVI. Rotarians volunteer to erect the tent village where teams stay, barbecue and serve meals, and assist in various other logistics of the weekend, while the Royal BVI Yacht Club of“ciates the racing. Platinum sponsors include Digicel, Nagico Insurance and Nanny Cay Resort and Marina. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Wing & Wing action

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 55 St. Maarten / St. Martin READY, SET, AND FINALLY ... SAILWith months of preparation and many postponed departures the young St. Maarteners who are attempting to sail around the world have set sail. In February 2013 Kippy Gilders, Alex Nebe, Maria Merckens, Laura Bijnsdorp and I came up with the idea to take the 52ft Beneteau, Corina IV around the world and visit over sixty countries in “ve continents. This two year adventure was met with immense support from the people of St. Maarten and was only made possible with their help. When we approached Budget Marine about being our primary sponsor we were greeted with such enthusiasm that within a week the details of their sponsorship were set and the dream was becoming a reality. However, not only businesses were swept up in the excitement. Many individuals began offering aid through services and funds. The whole idea of taking St. Maarten around the world took on a whole new meaning. What had started as the dream of very few had become the reality of many. The crew now felt that what they were doing was not so much a private endeavor as a joint effort of an entire community. We could not have asked for more! Preparations began when Kippy Gilders and I ”ew to Honduras to collect Corina IV from the shipyard in La CeiBY CAPTAIN MAX LOUBSER Corina IV carrying the flag of Sint Maarten proudly around the world

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56 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 St. Maarten / St. Martin ba, where she had been on the hard since 2011. We spent a few days getting the boat ready to launch and scouring nearby towns for parts and supplies to make the journey home. After touching salt water for the “rst time in almost two years, we motor-sailed Corina IV to Utila for the “nal preparations. After a few days waiting for the friendly customs of“cer to arrive, the voyage to St. Maarten began. The three weeks that followed were not the best as we beat west into heavy weather in the Caribbean Sea. The boat, strong but not in tip-top condition, was battered by 30 to 40 knot winds and 20-foot seas. After weeks of gunnels in the water and problems with a leaky through-hull “tting and sun-damaged sails that were barely holding together, we made it home with a great sense of relief and a whole new respect for those who sail long distances to windward. Luckily, its possible to sail around the world by primarily going west downwind. Once in St. Maarten it became clear that we had made the right decision to bring the boat home in order to get it shipshape for the big trip. There is no better place in the Caribbean for out“tting or re“tting a boat. Most of the time was spent replacing and servicing all the hardware onboard as the long hibernation and years of sun and salt had taken their toll. Due to the leaky through-hull a lot of the wiring in the lower sections of the hull was damaged and needed replacing. It always amazes me how quickly salt water can turn a perfectly functioning electrical unit into a ball of useless corrosion. Corina IV top tip: When you “nish installing or redoing anything metal, cover it thoroughly with heavy duty corrosion inhibitor. Best $15 you will ever spend!Ž The days passed and the crew brought the boat back to sailing trim. The bilges received shiny through-hulls, the batteries were new and maintenance free, the engine was purring. Technicians from Electec brought our little Spectra water maker back to life, and Robby from St. Maarten Sails furnished us with a brand new set of Quantum sails. The momentum we had set in motion seemed to have spiraled out of our control and was sweeping us along on its own. But as with the best things in life, sometimes you just need to hold on and enjoy the ride because that is what you are going to remember the most. At 5:45pm on June 11, we left through a special opening of the Simpson Bay Bridge to a great sendoff from folks on the balcony of the St. Maarten Yacht Club and followed by a ”otilla of young St. Maarten sailors in their Optimist dinghies. We will miss our little island during the next two years and want to thank everyone on it for making our dream possible. To follow the adventures of Corina IV visit: www.readysetsailnow.com or Facebook at Ready Set Sail. Max Loubser is the Skipper of the Corina IV Originally from South Africa, Max grew up in St. Maarten on the Beneteau 44 Callaloo He studied at UK and Florida-based maritime academies and works as professional yacht crew. Visitors to the St. Maarten Yacht Club cheer the crew on their way

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 59Bequias Mango Tree Gallery is open if and when the need arises; by appointment only. The small, West Indian structure, camou”aged by blooms that wind and bind the place into a botanical knot, opens to determined visitors via a “ligreed gate, some cockeyed steps and a wooden door. Inside, one tiny room morphs into the next, each de“ned by a series of walls bearing one story after another, told with paint and brush. The paintings, bright, bold and bursting with energy, are re”ections of their creator Julie Savage Lea. By appointment, or if you happen to stumble in at the right time, youll meet this woman, infused with enthusiasm … about her work, the island she calls home and the back story that sailed her there. Amidst a collection of art supplies, we chatted in what was once a living room, now the hub of business. A miniscule but busy place with “lmy curtains billowing from windows and St. Vincent & The Grenadines THE ART OF JULIE SAVAGE LEA BEQUIA BOUND easels and tables heaped with work in progress. A zany cutaway to the kitchen frames treasures more evidence of an art-steeped life. Outside, a bright mural shouts look at me.Ž It began early,Ž she explained. I started drawing as a child. Parental praise kept me going.Ž Drawing spawned thoughts of studying architecture but, because of the times, the idea was squelched. Lea headed instead on a crosscountry pursuit of creativity, ultimately earning a degree in painting and drawing from George Washington University. She launched into the art world in Washington D.C., eventually moving to Virginia with her husband and two sons. In the historic town of Waterford, Lea established a gallery/studio to showcase her talents. She taught, exhibited and, along the way, collected honors and accolades. In the 1980s, her work took a road trip with a Smithsonian Exhibit; in the 1990s it was featured in House Beautiful ; but BY JAN HEIN Julie Savage Lea

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 61 St. Vincent & The Grenadines throughout those decades, a constant case of island fever grew within her soul. Lea met the sleepy island of Bequia in 1978, the year she and her family ventured south from the Virgin Islands on a charter boat. I saw the island for the “rst time from the deck of Ishtar a 38ft steel ketch.Ž They sailed into Admiralty Bay at dawn, just in time to witness the awakening of a place caught in time. Back then, Bequia wasnt much; the Friendship Rose was the ferry to St. Vincent; the Frangipani was the only hotel and the beach was a busy boatyard. For Lea, it was a brief encounter but one that made a lasting bond; she was smitten. Coming to Bequia„it just changed my life. All my money went to a fund to come here.Ž From the deck of Ishtar pen and paper in hand, a collection of sketches began, capturing the charm of “shermen, whalers, market ladies, and beachy bliss. During the mid 90s, one of lifes twists precipitated a lengthy stay on island pushing Julie and Douglass Lea closer toward moving there. Not long after, a serendipitous meeting sealed the deal. Julie had packed a beach bag with a towel, cover-up, the usual necessities but she also threw in some slides of her work. She took the bag to meet a friend and along the way was introduced to a sales manager from the Caribbean division of McMillan Publishing. The three of us had lunch,Ž she recounted. I showed him slides of my work. The guy picked one up and said, This looks like a book.Ž For “ve months, Lea combed through sketch books, “nding just the right elements that would tell Bequias story„ relay its charms„the ones that had captured her heart. The project came together and in 2000 that same fellow brought Bequia Re”ections, An Artist in the Caribbean to Bequia for a launching. The party, held at the Frangipani, was attended by Prime Minister, Sir James F. Son Mitchell. He was so happy to have the book,Ž Lea said. Lea works primarily with acrylic on wood and occasionally on canvas. Its thick and thin,Ž she explained. Here in the tropics I have to keep them in the bottom of the fridge.Ž A prime example of her energetic, full color is a 3ft by 8ft piece that hangs upstairs in Bequias Gingerbread Hotel. Her latest book features the work of Australian sailor Peter Carr, another lucky artist who painted Bequia before its awakening. In her studio were two 4ft by 7ft paintings which were rescued from the islands St. Marys Anglican Church, then undergoing renovation. Lea was asked by the Bequia Heritage Committee to restore the paintings, no small feat considering that theyd been under attack by termites and rain for years. To view the work of Julie Savage Lea, visit: www.juliesavagelea.com and www.mango-art-studio-bequia.com Sailor, writer, teacher Jan Hein tacks between the Caribbean and Washingtons Puget Sound with a boat and a life on both ends. A wall of workThe mural that shouts Look at me!Ž

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62 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Grenada Jason Fletcher has always loved the sea. No wonder its become the lifeblood of his livelihood as founder and managing director of Grenada Marine. Born and raised on Grenada, Fletchers interest in and love of boating started when, as a young boy, he participated in sailing programs run by the Grenada Yacht Club. I remember sailing whenever I had a chance and I loved it!Ž Fletcher recalls. I still get a sense of excitement whenever I am at sea. I hope I never lose this and that I am able to pass it on to my children.Ž After completing school, Fletcher bought himself a small “shing boat and started “shing commercially. This led him to sell “sh, which headed him into building and buying commercial “shing trawlers. Fletchers Caribbean Seafoods Limited, was based in the old Grenada Yacht Services (GYS), now Port Louis Marina in St. Georges. The GYS property was then in dilapidated condition, so Fletcher found himself selling fuel and offering general services to visiting yachts, all the while running his own ”eet of “shing boats. A few years later Fletcher attempted to purchase GYS, however the deal ultimately fell through. When that door closed, another opened when Fletchers good friend showed him a ten-acre parcel in the beautiful sheltered bay of St. Davids. I instantly had a vision of what would become Grenada Marine,Ž Fletcher explains. Having already convinced my bankers of the viability of the yachting industry, they again had my back when I approached them with a plan to build a boatyard in the bush.Ž Fletcher, along with close friends and family members George Radix, Stefan Fletcher and Patrick Brathwaite, started Grenada Marine in 1998. They hauled their “rst boat almost one year later in July of 1999. It was an opportune time to embark on such a venture. By the late 1990s, due to the trend of increased hurricanes in the northern Carib-PROFILE: JASON FLETCHER BY CAROL M. BAREUTHERGRENADA MARINE

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 63bean, insurance companies created an exclusion zone for yachts for storm season. Grenada was the “rst destination south of this zone and this proved instrumental in convincing Fletchers bankers and investors about the viability of the project. Today, there are approximately 600 to 800 pleasure craft in Grenadian waters at any given point in time and 95 percent of these are sailboats. Over the past 14 years, Fletcher and his team have completed many interesting projects. For example, they have designed and fabricated custom transoms on a Brazapi 50, re“tted and repainted two Spronk catamarans, and Awlgripped Swans, Hinckleys, Catanas, Outremers and most recently a Sunseeker 64. Most impressively, when Hurricane Ivan in 2004 toppled 32 boats out of the 200 that were in storage at the time, Fletcher and his team rebuilt 25 of them to the satisfaction of owners, insurance companies and in some cases manufacturers. Lately,Ž Fletcher says, our focus has been on more accurate estimating and quoting, proper scheduling, supervision and project management from haul through to launch. One of our principles is that we stand behind our work; if a client is not happy we do what it takes to solve the problem and remedy the situation. Our endgame is to have a happy, satis“ed customer; a well repaired, ef“ciently maintained boat, and fully paid projects that have returned the projected pro“t margin.Ž In the future, Fletcher is hoping to build a small service marina, upgrade the restaurant and leisure facilities, and perhaps even put in a customer club or accommodations with a pool area and deck to relax. Meanwhile, he and his team continue to build on their extensive sales dealerships and service agencies, such as Volvo Penta, Raymarine, Yanmar and Mastervolt. What does Fletcher enjoy doing when hes not working? Sailing and “shing,Ž he says. I cherish the time that I am able sail in a few regattas or enter a few bill“shing tournaments. Although I dream of it, I do not have much cruising experience. My boating has mainly been within Trinidad, Grenada and the Grenadines. Id love to explore the wider Caribbean region and then one day perhaps even a circumnavigation … who knows!Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. BLUEBEARD ENTERPRISES 4734407260 OR 4734097260EMAIL US BLUEBEARDSPICEISLE.COM He and his team continue to build on their extensive sales dealerships and service agencies, such as Volvo Penta, Raymarine, Yanmar and Mastervolt.

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64 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Grenada Panama4panama@marinewarehouse5net Curaao 4curacao@marinewarehouse5net Miami4678496847::94usa@marinewarehouse5net44 Trinidad4Tardieu4Marine;4Chaguaramas4<9<496=4=>874tt@marinewarehouse5net4 INTL ORDERS sales@marinewarehouse5net We save you $$$ by consolidating your orders. Weekly Ocean Freight @ Affordable Rates! www.marinewarehouse.net 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 HISTORY, FATHERS DAY & GLOVER ISLAND The Petite Calivigny Yacht Club (PCYC) introduced a new event on Fathers Day this year … a boat raftup and barbecue at Glover Island. If youve never heard of Glover Island youre in good company, because despite its close proximity to Grenada, few people have ever been there. But this small uninhabited islet holds an interesting piece of Grenadas history as it was home to a Norwegian whaling station until 1925 and ruins still exist there today. Guests made their way to Glover Island on boats that ranged from small RIBs to large catamarans. Sailing School Grenada joined in on the action as well and made Glover their Sunday Fun Race destination. Once rafted up, everyone had the opportunity to relax both in and out of the water. Snorkelling and noodle ”oats were popular activities for some; others found a shady spot to chat with friends and partake of the bar and barbecue. Overall the days event was great fun and a big success with seven boats rafted up and close to 50 guests. The PCYC would like to thank Le Phare Bleu Marina for providing their tugboat Calico which served as the central point of the raft-up and home base for the bar and barbecue. Jane Royce and her cooking crew also deserve a huge round of applause for putting together a feast of delicious barbecue items and sides. If this kind of fun sounds like your kind of thing, then nows the perfect time to join the PCYC because theyre offering HALF PRICE on new membership fees until the end of this year. For more information on upcoming club events and membership, visit: www.pcycgrenada.com Report by Connie Martin

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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 69 Antigua Marine Power Services 268-460-1850 Seagull Yacht Service Centre 268-460-1020 British Virgin Islands Parts & Power 284-494-2830 Cay Electronics 284-494-2400 Marine Maintenance Services 284-494-3494 Dominica Dominica Marine Center 767-440-BOAT(2628) Grenada Grenada Marine 473-443-1667 Martinique Inboard Diesel Service 596-596-78-71-96 St Maarten Electec NV 721-544-2051 St Lucia Marintek 758-450-0552 St Vincent Caribbean Diesel Repair 784-457-3114 Trinidad and Tobago Dockyard Electrics Ltd 868-634-4272 US Virgin Islands St Croix Marine 340-773-0289 Coral Bay Marine 340-776-6665 All Points Marine 340-775-9912 Clean Power. Clear Air. Complete Comfort. www.CaribbeanNorthernLights.comMost Yacht Owners dont know they own a Northern Lights Generator.High Reliability, Amazing Durability and Maintenance Simplicity combine to ensure your onboard power requirements are always met. Coupled with super-silent capability and a region-wide Caribbean service network, you can see why Northern Lights generators are recognised as one of the best products available in the Marine Industry today.

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70 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 CaribbeanSeaCuraao Bonaire Aruba Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda AntiguaColombiaPuerto Rico Jamaica Haiti Dominican Republic Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 4 1 Estate Bellevue, St. Thomas, USVI. Jump on this rare opportunity to own a large masonry-built residential home with a private white sand beach in a secluded bay of its own. Spread over three levels, rooms are large with high ceilings and inviting feel. A step path leads through palm gardens to the beach and a large waterfront gazebo which serves as a beach house and/ or party area. Located only 5 minutes away from Yacht Haven Grande. Price: USD $3,990,000 Kirk Boeger, David Jones Real Estate vikirkboeger@gmail.com | www.davidjones.vi Cell: (340) 244-9387 | Of“ce: (340) 774-4444 2 Rincon, Puerto Rico. Enjoy spectacular views of surf breaks and sunsets from this two-story 4BR 2BA residence located in a quiet neighborhood high above Tres Palmas. High ceilings and large rooms make the most of the cool ocean breeze. Laundry, off-street parking in a double garage and plenty of room to store boards makes this property a real “nd for surfers. Price: USD $475,000 GREGORY FINK, Island West Properties g“nk5@gmail.com | www.islandwestsales.com Cell: (787) 823-2323 | Of“ce: (787) 823-2323 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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SEPTEMBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 71 4 5 St. John, USVI. Come home to Villa South Palm where every room offers splendid Caribbean Sea views and views from the pool terrace overlooking Great Cruz Bay, one of the most picturesque anchorages in the Caribbean. Beautiful gardens envelope this exceptionally private, serene setting in the exclusive Virgin Grand Estates gated community. Representing the best in custom building and design, barrel tile roofs outline classical architectural details enhanced by a smart tri-level ”oor plan that provides interior access to all 4 BR suites. Mahogany French doors and arched windows, coral stone ”oors, vaulted cypress ceilings, Brazilian cherry cabinets, granite counters, copper sinks and bronze hardware. Price: USD $2,995,000 MARY NICKBARG, American Paradise Real Estate, Inc. marynickbarg@gmail.com | www.americanparadise.com Cell: (340) 513-2477 3 Great Bay Beach, St. Maarten. Invest in this unique 2BR 2BA condo. Located directly beachfront in the heart of historical Philipsburg. As the boardwalk promenade expands along the Great Bay harbor to serve the lucrative trade in cruise ship arrivals, this property will certainly increase in value. In fact, the developer is willing to guarantee the new owner US$3,000 per month for the next two years! Price: USD $425,000. RODGER BOUTELLE, Paradise Found Real Estate airmango555@gmail.com www.ParadiseFoundStMaartenRealEstate.com Cell: (721) 587-5555Jolly Harbour, Antigua. Located on the waters edge on Harbour Island, this 2009-built 4BR 4BA twostory villa is a great place to gaze out at the ocean and enjoy glorious sunsets. Inside, “nd cool marble ”oors, sumptuous furnishings, a full kitchen, utility room with laundry, specious dining room and cozy kitchen. Patio doors lead to a spacious deck and pool area perfect for alfresco cocktails and dinners. The property also offers the use of a 30ft “nger pier. Price: USD $1,500,000 BRADLEY J. ESTY, Stanleys Estate Agents Ltd. bradley@stanleysestates.com | www.stanleysestates.com Of“ce: (268) 562-7599 | Cell: (268) 725-9354 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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76 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 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 $75,000Compass4Point4Marina496774Est54Frydenhoj;4Suite4?<;4St54Thomas;4U5S5V5I5477<7? PhoneA4B6=7D4::GH>9974FaxA4B6=7D4::8H=<764yachts@islands5viwww.stthomasyachts.com St. Thomas Yacht Sales SAIL 694<74Jlbin4Stratus;4Kay4Sail4Lusiness4555N:8O 6:4G:4Qunter;4JP;4Sugar4Scoop45555555555555N96O 6<4G=4Manta4Catamaran;464strm45555555555N?6GO =74G?4Caliber;4?4strms;4great4cond555555555NG4Cheoy4Ree4Cutter;4JWC4new4rigging455N<658O 9?4<=4 Xulfstar4Sailmaster;4very4good4cond455N66G58O POWER ?94GG4Mako;4Twin4Yamahas45555555555555555555N?7O ?947>4Twin4Vee;4power4cat;4twin4Qondas4 55N?5GO 6?4764Zellcraft4Scarab;4twin4Yahamas455N8?58O 6=44?8O =747?4]liver4Marine4Express4Cruiser4 555N?87O =84<:4Qatteras4SF;4JWC4new4genset45555N>GGO =<47?4Kyna4Craft4MY;464strms44=87QP4Cats45N>=G58O

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78 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Brokerage !! # Located in St Barts, F.W.I. $%&''()*&+,,)-,*-)&,.)+%$ '+&,%.) //'01" 2(343(454(4 FOR SALE: 49 Grand Banks Motor Yacht, 1987Asking $275,000Contact Ken Huskey: 340 690 6210 or khuskey@attglobal.net MARINE CENTREwww.paradiseboats.com Old Parham Road / Jolly Harbor Tel: 268-462-5760 / 562-7125 Email: paradise@candw.ag Sales & Service New & Used Storage, Warranty & General Service Fiberglass Repair & Bottom PaintingMarine Store SS Hardware, Engine Parts, Safety Gear, Paint, Accessories, Trailer Parts, Props, Engine Sales & InboardBrokerage Pre-approved Used Trade Ins & Pre-owned Boat SalesTrailers Continental/Rocket TrailersRentals & Charters Day Charters Cruise & Fish up to 60 ft Cruisers Boat Rentals Self Drive up to 20 ft Center Consoles 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 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 45 Seamaster Center Cockpit Ketch, 1980 [oomy4?W?4layout;4flush4foredeck;4 [equires4repowering;4bring4offers4N=8;777 61 Hatteras Motor Yacht, 1981 Ketroit4>?V:>s;4flybridge4bar4^4lounge =W64layout;4classic4design;4bring4offers4N??8;777 42 Histar Motoryacht, 1988 Twin4Volvos;4genset;4dual4helms Flybridge4^4covered4aft4deck;4offers4N>67;777 34 Mainship Pilot, 2002 Single4Yanmar;4bow4thruster4 Complete4cabin4with4galley4^4head4N4head;4full4galley Perfect4affordable4liveaboard4N66;777 34 Oday Sloop, 1984 Yanmar;4new4mainsail4?7>6 Very4clean4well4equipped4boat4N?G;777 SAIL :?4>GG74Custom4TK4Jluminum4Cutter4built4to4commercial4standards45555555555555N9GG;7774 884>G<=4Laltic4…4\ew4engine4?7>?;4new4Jwlgrip4side4decks4?7>?4555555555555555555N6?7;777 8>4>GG84Qylas4…4Frers4design4;4new4rigging4^4arch4?7>>;4strong4^4fast4555555555N?:8;7774 =G4?7764Lavaria4…4]ne4owner;4never4chartered;4huge4owners4cabin455555555555555N><7;777 ==4>G::4Irwin4…4Centercockpit4ketch;4very4well4maintained;4must4see455555555555555N:8;7774 =64>G:G4Qinckley4…4\ew4engine4?7>6;4\ew4Jwlgrip4?7>?;4\ew4rig4?77G455555555N>=8;777 =?4>GG84Qunter4Passage4…4CC4with4huge4aft4cabin;4furling4mainsail45555555555555555NGG;777 =?4>G4>G:94Qardin4…4Seawolf4Oetch;4heavily4built4cruiser;4spacious4interior44555555555N67;777 =74>G<<4Tartan4…4_uality4shoal4draft4cruiser;4fully4equipped;4sail4away455555555555N>=7;777 =74?7774Leneateu4H4Center4Cockpit4…4Zell4equipped4live4aboard45555555555555555555N>78;777 =74>GG<4Leneteau4…4CC4with4furling4mainsail;4?W?4layout;4great4price445555555555555N<8;777 6<4>G<64Qans4Christian4…4]ffshore4Cutter;4new4Yanmar4?7>7;4loaded4555555555555N>6G;777 6<4>G<:4Irwin4MOII4…4[oomy4CC;4huge4aft4cabin;4many4upgrades45555555555555555555N8G;7774 6:4>GG84`eanneau46:5>4…4]riginal4owner;4private;4never4chartered;4clean45555555N:9;777 694>G:64Morgan4]ut4Island4…4CC4Oetch;4many4upgrades;4fully4equipped455555555N6<;777 694>G:94Ericson4Cutter4…4Zell4design4cruiser4priced4for4immediate4sell455555555555N?7;777 684>GG84Island4Packet4Catamaran4…4Perfect4live4aboard4cat;4>84beam455555555555N:8;777 664>GG::4Moody4…4Vintage4English4built4pocket4cruiser;4Volvo4diesel45555555555555555N??;777 POWER 884>G<94Jngel4Cockpit4Motor4Yacht4…4?W?4layout;4flybridge;4aft4deck4555555555555555N>:8;777 874>GG94Carver4Cockpit4Motoryacht4…46W?;46>>94Cats;4perfect4liveaboard45555555N>9G;777 =<4?7794Sea4[ay4=<74…4Twin4Cummins;4hardtop;4fully4loaded;4beautiful4555555555N=>G;777 =<4>G<<4Camargue4Yachtfisher4…4?W?;4twin4Perkins;4cockpit;4offers4555555555555555555NG<<4Sea4[ay46G74Express4…4Twin4=8=4Mercruiser;4new4bottom4paint455555555N=7;7774 6<4?7774Custom4Jluminum4Powercat4…4Twin4Yanmars;4genset;4galley4555555555555N>68;777 6<4>G9:4Camcraft4…4Jluminum4crew4boat;4>64[ib4wW=74hp4]L4included45555555555N=8;777 6=4>G:=4CQL4Trawler4…4Ford4diesel;4well4maintained4perfect4live4aboard555555555N8G;777 6?4>GG74US4Marine4…4Commercial4dive4boat;4>>4pax4z4?4crew;4Volvo445555555555555N=<;777 ?G4?77:4Twin4Vee4…4CC4power4cat;4\ew4?7>64twin4Su{uki4?87s4 555555555555555555555N74Xlasstream 5555 ?GG:4[inker4Fiest4Vee4?994…4Clean4pocket4cruiser;4Merc54IW];4offers45555555555N?8;777 ?84>GG:4Llue4Zater4…4Center4console4power4cat;4twin4Su{uki4>87s45555555555555555N=9;877 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

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80 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.netBrokerage 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 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 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! 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 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. Maana Our 55 sailing catamaran is for sale Meticulously built by Dutch craftsman & launched in Oct. 2012 4 on suite cabins Large galley up on bridge deck 275 sq ft saloon area and 85 sq ft covered aft deck Forward work cockpit and inside helm All Harken deck gear 3 ft clearance under the bridge deck 2 x 54 hp yanmar with straight shaft This unique vessel is a work of art, through labor of loveAsking only US$980,000 E-mail for more info: bacobrothers@hotmail.com Powerboats Sailboats SailboatsHALMATIC ARTIC 28 OFFSHORE RIB. 4Twin4Mercury4?87s4with4 low4hours54\ew4tubes;4plumbing4and4 wiring54Rooks4like4new54N>77;7774ono4 Call4>4?<=4=GG4?=9<4or4eHmail4richw@ surfbvi5com 1975 BERTRAM 28 TWIN YANMARS >77hrs4Custom4new4interior;4 fittings4and4furnishings54Fresh4awlgrip4 on4hull4and4deck54\ew4plumbing4and4 wiring54J4beautiful4moderni{ed4classic54 Call4>4?<=4=GG4?=9<4or4eHmail4richw@ surfbvi5com 40FT SPORTS FISHING BOAT. Luilt4in4Qolland4by4Striker4Jluminium4 yachts54Perkins4>98hp4engine54N?7;7774 US4as4seen4at4`olly4Qarbour4Loatyard;4 Jntigua54ContactA4Festus4Isaac4B?9W=9=H9G:>4or4email4info@ jhmarina5com FOR SALE VENTURE 44POWER CATAMARAN 2001. 4Twin4Yanmar4 6>84hp4?778Ž4687hrs464cabins;4dinghy;4 Full4electronics54Perfect4for4a4charter4 business4N><7;77754Call4Jlex4:<:H9=?H =67:4capt5acru{@gmail5com hauled;4everything4works54First4N68;7774 takes4her}4Call4>4?<=4 =GG4?=9<4or4eHmail4 richw@surfbvi5com 1975 DOWNEAST 38 CUTTER. More4recent4yanmar4diesel;4all4fiberglass4 full4keel4globe4trotter4vessel4loaded4 with4radar4icom4ssb4and4gps;4N87777;4 located4in4florida4call4marty4at4G8=H?G7H 7=<:4for4more4information5 1977 AMEL KETCH SAILBOAT, 4:84 QP4Volvo4engine;self4steering;auto4pilot;4 electric4windlass;4hard4bottom4dingy;4 Mercury4=QP4outboard;464burner4stove4 w4Woven;4newer4tinted4windows;4new4 >774chain;4generator;4hot4water5487O4 obo54Please4contact4wardar~br@yahoo5 com4for4more4info4and4photos5 1984 BENETEAU FIRST 35. 4 Classic4cruiserWracer4or4a4liveaboard54 Rooks4and4sails4like4a4Swan54`ust4

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88 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2013 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON If youre looking to add new healthy recipes to your cooking repertoire, look for nutritional foods that contain vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and other healing agents for your body. Re“ned food, including re“ned sugar, salt, and grains, contains little or no healthful nutrients. It may be a little more expensive and take a little longer to “nd fresh ingredients, but de“nitely worth it.KALE, BLACK BEANS, RED PEPPERS & PINE NUTSPrep time: 15 minutes. Cooking time: 15 minutes. Serves: 4 3 Tbsp organic, extra virgin olive oil 5 garlic cloves, minced 1 large red onion 1 red pepper, seeded and chopped *4 Tbsp chia seeds 1 Tbsp oregano cup pine nuts, roasted Heat olive oil in large, heavy bottom frying pan over mediumhigh heat. Add garlic, onions, and red pepper; cook until softened and browned. Add chia seeds and toast about 30 seconds. Add oregano, salt and pepper. Add black beans and heat through. Add vegetable stock and bring mixure to a boil, then turn to low. Before serving, turn heat up and add kale; cook until kale has softened and turned bright green. Mix in roasted pine nuts or sprinkle on top. *Chia Seeds, high in omega 3s, calcium, and “ber Serve alone or with salad, veggie burger, or baked organic chicken and quinoa. TWO LAYER CHOCOLATE BLACK BEAN CAKEPrep time: 15 minutes. Cooking time: 45 minutes. Serves: Many 12 tablespoons unsalted butter OR unre“ned coconut oil OR puree apples, bananas or dates 1-1/2 cups sugar OR 1 cup honey + 2 teaspoon pure stevia extract 10 large eggs 2 Tbsp pure vanilla extract 1 tsp sea salt Preheat oven to 325F. Spray two 9-inch cake pans with extra virgin olive oil cooking spray, or just grease it with a thin layer of butter. In a large bowl, beat butter with sugar, until light and ”uffy. Add four of the eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Shake off excess water from beans. Place beans, remaining 6 eggs, vanilla, and salt into blender or food processor. Blend on high, about one minute, until beans are completely lique“ed. No lumps! Pour bean batter into egg mixture and mix. In a small bowl mix together cocoa powder, baking soda, and baking powder and add to bean and egg mixture. Mix thoroughly. Pour batter into prepared cake pans and smooth the top. Grip pan “rmly by the edges and rap it on the counter a few times to pop any air bubbles. Bake for 40-45 minutes. Cake is done when the top is rounded and “rm to the touch. Or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool 10 minutes, turn out cakes from pans, and ”ip over again on to a cooling rack. Let cool until cake reaches room temperature, then cover in plastic wrap or with cake dome. For BEST ”avor, let cake sit over night. (there is no bean taste!) If you are stacking this cake, level the top of one, with a long serrated knife, shaving off layers until it is ”at and even. Frost just before serving.NOTE: Instead of icing the cake, just dust with powdered sugar. Or, you can serve the cake as a dessert with a spoonful or two of unsweetened berries on the side; fresh or frozen (berries that have just thawed will have juice, that will soak into the chocolate sponge yummy!). CHOCOLATE BUTTER CREAM FROSTING (ENOUGH TO COVER A 9-INCH LAYER CAKE) 1 cup butter (no substitutes), softened (2 sticks) 4-1/2 cups confectioners sugar 1-1/4 cups baking cocoa In a large mixing bowl, cream butter. Gradually beat in confectioners sugar, cocoa and vanilla.NOTE: This recipe has enough milk to keep the frosting “rm at room temperature.NOTE: Double recipe if you would like the same “lling in the middle of the two layers. HEALTHY EATING Sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste 2 (15.5 oz) cans black beans, drained and rinsed 2-1/2 cups organic vegetable stock 8 leaves of kale, (stem removed) ripped in pieces 2 (15 oz) cans of unseasoned black beans, drained and rinsed 12 Tbsp cocoa powder 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp baking soda 2 Tbsp water (omit if using honey) 1/2 tap vanilla extract 1/4 cup milk (or add a little more for consistency ... a little at a time)

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