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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN GUIDE TO CARIBBEAN BOAT SHOWS TOP CHARTER TRENDS FREEOCTOBER 2013 DAY CHARTER Tradition in AnguillaREGATTA ORGANIZERSAre you doing it right? Inside: Destination Red Hook

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„With a rare combination of world-class facilities and an authentic and unspoilt Caribbean atmosphere, the Spice Island of Grenada is fast becoming the Caribbean destination for yacht owners. Port Louis Marina provides a safe, secure berth with all the amenities youd expect from a full-service marina run by Camper & Nicholsons. Our knowledgeable and well-trained sta are dedicated to making your stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible. … Water and electricity … Free broadband … 24 hour security … Bar, restaurant and swimming pool … Haul-out and technical facilities nearby … Excellent air links … Call Danny Donelan on +1 (473) 435 7431 or email danny.donelan@cnportlouismarina.com … www.cnmarinas.com/plm „ Add a little spice to your sailing: Visit Grenada this season „ New rates: 1 December 2013 to 31 May 2014 LOA in feetDaily $/ft/dayWeekly $/ft/dayMonthly $/ft/day up to 32$0.85$0.77$0.72 up to 40$1.10$0.99$0.94 up to 50$1.20$1.08$1.02 up to 60$1.30$1.17$1.11 up to 65$1.45$1.31$1.23 up to 75$1.50$1.35$1.28 up to 80$1.65$1.49$1.40 up to 100$1.70$1.53$1.45For yachts above 100 feet LOA, and for bookings of longer periods, please contact us for a personalised quote. Multihulls are charged at 1.5 times the standard rate. Weekly and monthly rates apply to yachts staying consecutively for 7 days or 30 days respectively.

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10 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Editors Log Welcome to All At Sea Caribbean and our annual look at whats going on in the effervescent world of charter. I chose the adjective effervescent because thats what a charter should do, it should “zz. As a guest, one who has paid a lot of money and probably traveled from afar to join the boat, nothing you experience should leave you feeling ”at. Now, that puts an awful lot of pressure on the charter brokers and their captains and crews. And so it should. I cant think of another vacation that comes with such high expectations and Im happy to say that the Caribbean has risen to the challenge and offers some of the best charter breaks in the world. And how that world has changed! I worked in the charter trade both as captain and crew in the days of yore before Steve Jobs and Bill Gates changed the world, and the way we look at it, forever. I dont think I would survive as a charter boat skipper today as I have too many rough edges. The kind of charters that came my way were all about cases of beer and rum consumed, burgers were haut cuisine and my guests champion drinkers who only wanted to sail to another island once they had been thrown out of all the bars of the one we were on. There were no sel“es to Email home and bragging about your vacation in paradise meant sending a postcard. Water sports involved seeing who could pee furthest from the stern rail ƒ And the guys were almost as bad. I hope there are still a few charters like that around (should I need a job) but I doubt they prosper. With a nod to nostalgia its time to see whats on offer in 2013. In this months Chartering Special we preview the top Caribbean charter boat shows, take a look at provisioning and charter trends, and offer advice to those thinking of chartering a bareboat for the “rst time. We round-off our Special by interviewing a young couple who started their own day charter business in Anguilla with a unique boat. Regatta season is around the corner and local sailors and sailors from around the world are planning their racing schedule. The Caribbean has a full calendar of events and attractGary E. Brown, Editor ing competitors has become something of a blood sport. Sir Robbie Ferron has organized hundreds of regattas and sailed in many of them. In Racing News, he takes a candid look at what it takes to build, maintain and grow a successful regatta. Outspoken and often controversial, Ferrons opinion carries a lot of weight. We all want to see a successful Caribbean regatta season but has youre regatta organization got it right? See Who will come to your party on page 28 to “nd out. In the second part of a major series, Doug Simmons looks at the pros and cons of buying a center console powerboat and discusses hull shape. With lots of boats to choose from, new and used, it is critical to your boating enjoyment that you choose wisely. Simmons has done the research and his article is the “rst step in “nding the right boat for your preferred cruising grounds. In his next article, he will focus on center console construction and there is plenty the discerning buyer needs to know. In September the Caribbean lost one of its great characters with the death at 91 of Tony Snell. Tony will be remembered by anyone who dropped anchor off Bellamy Cay in the BVI and visited the Last Resort Restaurant. If you wondered what was going on at the Last Resort then the laugher was sure to tell you. I visited Bellamy Cay many times and although I knew Tony as an entertainer, enjoying his show from the audience, I never knew his amazing history. In BVI News, Julian Putley pays tribute to this remarkable man. AND THE CHARTERS THEY ARE A CHANGINSee you on the water!

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12 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 FEATURES 40 CARIBBEAN FALL CHARTER YACHT SHOW PREVIEW44 SEVEN TOP CHARTER TRENDS48 CHARTERING 10152 PROVISIONING PROS & CONS: PACKAGES VS. DIY COVER SHOT: Seaduction | Photo courtesy of The Moorings www.moorings.comTHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE 44 October 2013 SPECIAL SECTION 55 SPOTLIGHT: TOP YACHT BROKERSDEPARTMENTS 10 EDITORS LOG16 WHERE IN THE WORLD?18 CARIBBEAN NEWS21 EVENT CALENDAR22 SAILING HUMOR Me and Papeete Sailing with Charlie: The Escape Hatch28 RACING CIRCUIT Who Will Come to Your Party? Regatta Season is Here34 FISHING USVI Open Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament36 POWERBOATING What to Look for in a Center Console: Hull Design92 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE94 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 105 MARKETPLACE 110 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 112 CARIBBEAN DINING Calories Count Continued on page 14PICTURE COURTESY OF HORIZON YACHT CHARTERS WWW.HORIZONYACHTCHARTERS.COM

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14 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 16 MAP65 PUERTO RICO Puerto Ricos Native Sailboats69 UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS Destination: Red Hook, St. Thomas Charter Broker: Verna Ruan of Crewed Charters Clagett Memorial Clinic and Regatta78 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS The Legendary Tony Snell 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 October 2013 80 ANGUILLA Tradition of Anguilla85 GRENADA Petit Calivigny Yacht Club87 ARUBA Aruba International RegattaRESOURCES 88 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 90 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS80 PHOTO: JUSTIN SIHERA

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A Sheltered Marina: !""#$!%& '$#!$# (# "#" !! Welcome to Jolly Harbour Marina, Antigua. Leave your boat safely for the short or long term. Annual contracts !"#$"% &'%( Summer Storage 2013: # ) $"!# *)+), + -"#!$!" ."!#" / ( 0"1#"" A nti g u a Jolly Harbour Marina Tel 268.462.6042 Fax 268.462.7703 info@jhmarina.com www.jhmarina.com A SAFE HAVEN FOR YACHTS Catamarans … enjoy stern to dockage at a 25% discount Special offers and discounts available … check our website for full details! Enjoy the SAME rates for the 4th season running! ATTENTION Superyacht Captains THE BEAUTY OF OUR MARINA RUNS DEEP Newly dredged to 15 feet

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16 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS TO BRUCE AND CINDI AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA This sets a new HIGH for ALL AT SEA Bruce Chilson has taken All At Sea to a new level: Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Bruce and Cindi Muggli reached the summit on June 23 where, instead of unfurling a ”ag, they unfurled the Caribbeans favorite waterfront magazine. Bruce is the owner of Bluebeard Charters in St. Maarten and when he takes a vacation, he doesnt do things by halves. He told the editor that although it was a strenuous climb, one of the most dif“cult parts was out“tting for the adventure as not many Caribbean stores sell mountain climbing gear or gear capable of dealing with three different climates. The editor is delighted to report that Bruce had no problem “nding a copy of All At Sea to take with him on the ascent. 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 65 Puerto Ricos Native Sailboats: Past Meets Present N P

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 17 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 78 The Legendary Tony Snell PAGE 87 Aruba International Regatta: Optimist Sailors Win Budget Marine Cup S M

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18 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Tall Ship Eye of the Wind bound for the CaribbeanThe traditional sailing ship Eye of the Wind will visit three continents in three months and cruise the Caribbean from January to March 2014. Nine one-week cruises will take the tall ship to Barbados, Martinique, Antigua, St. Martin, the British Virgin Islands and, “nally, Bermuda. Built as a topsail schooner in 1911, guests aboard the famous ship, star of “lms and television, will enjoy shore leave on various islands and anchor in sheltered bays. They will also learn how to operate a sailing ship on which everything is done the traditional way ƒ by hand. Berths are available. No prior knowledge of sailing is necessary and guests can actively participate in sailing the ship or sit back and relax. For more information, visit: www.eyeofthewind.net/enIsland Global Yachting Marina News SAINT THOMAS, USVI … Island Global Yachting (IGY) announces the recent hiring of Charlie Irons as the Director of Operations for its ”agship destination, Yacht Haven Grande St. Thomas, USVI. Irons comes to IGY with key international luxury destination management experience spanning from New York to Mexico. His management background includes positions at top hotel chains including Soho House, Hyatt and Starwood. With 21 years of experience managing Five Star establishments, and given the upscale nature of Yacht Haven and its collection of luxury level retailers and dining establishments, Irons is the ideal candidate to run the propertyŽ, says Kenny Jones, Executive Vice President of Operations for IGY. www.yachthavengrande.comMount Gay Rum Round Barbados Race Series returnsThe organizers of the Mount Gay Rum Round Barbados Race Series announce an expanded program for 2014. In the build-up to the main race commencing on Tuesday January 21, there will be three days of coastal racing beginning Friday January 17. And an Open Passage Race to Antigua will take place on Friday January 24. The purpose of the main race is to break the record for the fastest time sailing around the island of Barbados, a distance

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Clear Water, Tropical Tradewinds, Competitive Racing … All Day, Every Day.Rum, Cold Beers, Calypso, Soca, Reggae … Every Night.Caribbean Sailing Association William Torrillo www.photo.viCARIBBEAN WINTER CIRCUIT 2014/15 REGATTA WEBSITE 2014 2015 Mount Gay Rum Round Barbados Race Series www.mountgayrumroundbarbadosrace.com JAN 15-24 JAN 15-24 Superyacht Challenge Antigua www.thesuperyachtchallenge.com JAN 30-FEB 2 JAN 29-FEB 1 Grenada Sailing Week www.grenadasailingweek.com JAN 30-FEB 4 JAN 29-FEB 3 Club Nautico de San Juan Intl Regatta www.sanjuanregatta.com JAN 31-FEB 2 FEB 6-8 Jolly Harbour Valentines Regatta & Rum Festival www.jollyharbourregatta.com FEB 13-16 FEB 12-15 RORC Caribbean 600 www.caribbean600.rorc.org FEB 24-28 FEB 23-27 Gill Commodores Cup www.heinekenregatta.com MAR 6 MAR 5 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta www.heinekenregatta.com MAR 7-9 MAR 6-8 Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous www.superyachtregattaandrendezvous.com MAR 19-22 MAR 11-15 St. Barths Bucket www.bucketregattas.com/stbarths MAR 27-30 MAR 19-22 St. Thomas Rolex Regatta www.rolexcupregatta.com MAR 28-30 MAR 27-29 BVI Sailing Festival www.bvispringregatta.org MAR 31-APR 3 MAR 30-APR 2 BVI Spring Regatta www.bvispringregatta.org APR 4-6 APR 3-5 Les Voiles de Saint Barth www.lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com APR 14-19 APR 13-18 Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta www.antiguaclassics.com APR 17-22 APR 16-21 Bequia Easter Regatta www.begos.com/easterregatta APR 17-21 APR 2-6 Guadeloupe to Antigua Race www.sailingweek.com APR 25 APR 24 Yachting World Round Antigua Race www.sailingweek.com APR 26 APR 25 Antigua Sailing Week www.sailingweek.com APR 27-MAY 2 APR 26-MAY 1For full calendar of all Caribbean events and racing news visit www.caribbean-sailing.com

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20 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 News of approximately 60 miles. Dating back to the 19th century, and based upon bragging rights for the fastest trading schooner to complete the course, this race is not for the fainthearted and offers challenging sailing around the islands east coast. Registration for this famous annual event … celebrating its 78th anniversary in 2014 … commences on Wednesday January 15 at the Barbados Cruising Club. Entry is available online: www.mountgayrumroundbarbadosrace.comBudget Marine Wahoo TournamentSINT MAARTEN … After enjoying bragging rights as the Champion Boat of 2012, Follow Me 5 from French St. Martin con“rmed that they will be back defend their crown at this years 6th edition of the Budget Marine Wahoo Tournament “shed November 1 … 2. Team Trimmed Out from St. Barths, who last year smashed the tournaments long standing record by landing a 74.3lb Wahoo, will also be back for more action. Organizers say the 6th edition of the Budget Marine Wahoo tournament will take place in the midst of what many expect to be a wicked Wahoo season and the event boasts more than U$12,000 in cash and prizes divided over ten categories. Making this event attractive to regional “shermen, there will be special rates at the newly renovated Pasanggrahan Royal Guesthouse just one minutes walk from the marina. Free dockage will be offered to all participants. For information, visit: www.sxmsport“shing.com Palm Tree Marine appointed as Northern Lights Dealer in GrenadaPalm Tree Marine is the latest appointment in an extensive Caribbean dealer network for Northern Lights, overseen by Parts & Power in the British Virgin Islands as the regional distributors. Commenting on the new dealer, Parts & Power Managing Director Tom Gerker, said: We are delighted that Palm Tree Marine has been appointed. Grenada is an important country for Northern Lights owing to the size of its marine and yachting industry. Having local dealers with the technical ability to assist with installations and after-market support is extremely important to us, and with Palm Tree Marine we can ensure we will continue to meet those local market needs.Ž www.palmtreemarine.com www.CaribbeanNorthernLights.com ALL AT SEA FILE PHOTO CORRECTION: In our article Quali“ed to go to Sea published in September, we stated: To obtain a Yachtmaster certi“cate candidates must log at least 30 days at sea, two days as skipper, 800 nautical miles and 12 night hours. These are the requirements for a coastal cruiser ticket not a Yachtmaster. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 21 Les Voiles de St. Barth 2014Les Voiles de St. Barth is offering a concierge service for participating boats in order to facilitate planning, lodging, car rental and restaurant reservations, etc. In a press release, organizers said experts would be available to help crews “nd everything they might need to make their stay in St Barthlemy as easy and pleasurable as possible. To view the new Les Voiles 2014 Brochure, visit: www.lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com/site/us FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET GUADELOUPENOVEMBER 1 … 3Triskell Cup Sailing Regatta www.triskellcup.com organisation@ triskellcup.com 0690-49-57-57JAMAICAOCTOBER 5 … 12The 50th Port Antonio International Marlin Tournament Fishing Tournamentwww.jamaicasports “shing.comNEVISOCTOBER 26 Nevis Sport Fish Tournament Fishing Tournament www.nevisyachtclub.comST. CROIX, USVINOVEMBER 15 … 1721st St Croix International Regatta Sailing Regatta www.stcroixyc.com 340-773-9531ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTINNOVEMBER 1 … 2Budget Marine Wahoo Tournament 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.com800-940-7642

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22 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013ME AND PAPEETE BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor Each evening, my wife Carolyn and I stroll the streets of Papeete in search of adventure. We almost always “nd it. Tahiti is an enthralling isle, the only place on our planet where so many sailors jump ship that you have to post a bond of US$1800 per person to step ashore. Yes, like the lust-crazed crew of the Bounty it is easy to lose ones head here in the Society Islands„to adore them so much you do foolish things to stay. Our ketch-rigged Wauquiez 43 Ganesh is stern-to the dock in bustling Papeete. We are only a two-minute walk to world class bakeries, a giant farmers market, and numerous hyper-marchs. The best parts of Europe are here, and the best parts of au natural Polynesia are here as well„with very few drawbacks to either. We usually visit les roulouttes “rst each evening„mobile food vans that come down to the waterfront to feed the locals. They arrive around dusk, ”ooding the area with a rich aroma as well as a sea of tables, chairs, and boiling pots. The food is utterly delicious and relatively cheap for the Paci“c. The portions are huge. Its mostly a Tahitian family affair with mom and the kids meeting papa after work. There are about 50 of these restaurants on wheels and each specializes in something unique and tasty. You eat and roam: a salad here, an entre there, with some Chantilly crepes to top it all off. There are four or “ve clumps of local musicians gathered along the perimeter of this huge, open-air dining area. They are unampli“ed, so they dont interfere with each other. They are not asking for money nor accepting it. They are just singing their traditional Polynesian songs for the simple joy of it. Their joyous voices intermingle with the heavy scent of ”owers. Flowers are everywhere around us„to live in Tahiti is to breathe ”owers. If youre wealthy, you buy them prestrung; if you are not, you merely reach out an arm. Every

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 23Tahitian vahine (female) carries a bit of wire in her purse to insert through the stem of the just-plucked ”ower and hold it “rmly behind her ear. Flowers are never inappropriate. The giant construction worker who wrestles with his jackhammer wears them around his hardhat, just as correctly as the handsomest island queen. After a while, the scent of ”owers makes you hear Polynesian folk songs, and the folk songs make you smell ”owers. Tahitians are “ne, “ne artisans, too. They dance. They carve. They paint. It is dif“cult to describe precisely how the Tahitian women dance. I was standing next to some dancers waiting to go on stage a few nights ago and their hips kept sort of twitching on in their eagerness to begin. It is as if there are sensuous, honey-lubricated mini paintcan shakers in their hips. (The maidens dance is called the timorodee and is shocking enough„but the couples upaupa lacks only penetration.) The Tahitians are ”exible in the ways of love, in their art, even in their religion. They just melded their gods (like Tangaroa, the local King Neptune) with the Jesus-guy and all was well. The nearby Fijians loved the missionaries because they were so tender and tasty, but the Polynesians love to party„even with the dourest of partners. We attend church while in Polynesia, not because were religious but because we cant bear to miss the singing. One “fty-member choir isnt enough in Papeete; the Protestant church has four or “ve. Family and village life are still important here. Whole swarms of children run laughing everywhere. Each child is a sort of demi-god„to be worshipped as well as nurtured. Ive never heard a baby cry in Polynesia. The happiest, most respected adult in the village is the one at whose house all the children gather to play. Is there a better way to obtain community status? Love is in the air. The teenagers swoon with each other off in the shadows. Mom and Pop embrace in the middle. Grandma and Grandpa, too, are in each others arms ƒ lust has no age limit here. The Tahitians are beautiful people, even the men. Normally, I dont think of men, especially massively built, superFlowers are never inappropriate. The giant construction worker who wrestles with his jackhammer wears them around his hardhat, just as correctly as the handsomest island queen.

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24 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013the weekends, hundreds! They enjoy paddling singularly as well as in giant canoes with dozens of men. Groups of woman paddle too. Their bronzed bodies covered with honest, righteous sweat glisten. Their dripping oars ”ash. Sometimes they sing as they paddle. A sudden gust of wind will blow ”owers off the trees and into the water. They are paddling through ”owers singing songs of love. ƒ wanna walk down School Street?Ž I ask Carolyn. She grins. I hear you can learn a lot on School Street, you dog, you!Ž I smile, and take her hand. She, too, has a ”ower in her hair. The mahus (transvestites) and rae raes (gays) smile at us. A few are drug-addled and selling themselves„but most are just young lads in full bloom of sexual awakening„exactly like their sisters. There is no danger. Everyone is polite. No one is angry or resentful or threatening. Why should anyone be hostile when life is so sensuous and exciting and wonderful? They are beautiful and they know it. Some even sport beards along with their pearls, lipstick, and silky pareos. (The lines of homosexuality, trans-sexuality, crossdressing, and transvestitism are completely blurred here.) We come to the Garden of the Canoes, just west of the city center. Here, large groups of families and friends from the outer islands gather in an open-air home away from home while they visit their beloved capital. We feel perfectly safe. Theres a group of drummers beckoning for us to join in. Avid ocean surfers, the kids take to skateboarding like “sh to water. Bicycles whizz by. Laughter “lls the air intermingling with the ”owers and the folk songs. Ukuleles pluck. Guitars strum. Wash-tub basses boom. The moon rises impossibly close„like we could reach out and touch it. Stars wink. Planets sparkle. ƒ and ”owers, ”owers, ”owers everywhere! I take little sips of perfumed tropical air. Carolyn has never looked more beautiful. I am in perfect balance„for once, my head is clear and con“dent and unfettered. ƒ you love Tahiti, dont you,Ž Carolyn asks in a whisper as she tilts her face up. I kiss her, nuzzle her, and take in her familiar scent. How lucky can one man be? Yes, I do,Ž I say. I loved it decades before I arrived, and I love it still ƒ despite all our visits. Tahiti is always worth it, regardless of price.Ž She smiles. ƒ you dog, you!Ž she says again. It is a family joke„a convoluted, crazy, mixed-up, goofy, insane family joke. EDITORS NOTE: Fatty and Carolyn are currently anchored in Beveridge reef„a landless, people-less atoll just south of Niue. Sailing Humor muscular warriors, as beautiful. But the Tahitians have three sexes, and each is blended in different, unique proportions. A Tahitian woman who looks so soft and inviting when at rest; that same women, as she aggressively ”ashes by in her outrigger canoe, looks considerably different. The Polynesians arent sexist in the sense that the strong women work right beside the sweating men at hard labor„ just as they do in Thailand. (Also: the women inherit the land.) Strangely, the women are only prohibited from “shing„ perhaps to encourage matrimony. There is almost no violent crime in French Polynesia, just petty thieving, much of which is a hold-over from centuries of communal living where ownership wasnt an issue. Fruit abounds. If you are both hungry and lazy, just wait a couple of moments and something juicy and full of vitamins will drop from the sky. Theres no stress. Tired? Lay down and sleep. Nobody tells anyone else what to do. Home is where your head rests. As Carolyn and I stroll our way down the hushed waterfront, canoes ”ash by. The Tahitians have not forgotten their rich maritime past. They still voyage all across the vast Paci“c in their giant sailing canoes, and are currently planning a circumnavigation as well. Their main aquatic love, however, is paddling. They really love to paddle. Each evening, dozens of racing canoes are launched into harbor, and on

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26 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Sailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH Catamarans have become the charter yacht of choice in the Caribbean. Every year more and more cats join the crewed yacht ”eet while the bareboat companies vie for these multi-hulls as demand increases. Charlie is often called upon to teach catamaran sailing to neophytes. One of the “rst questions from Joe and Sheila, sixty-something students-fora-week, was, Were thinking of buying a boat, which type would you advise; a mono hull or a catamaran? The question is rather like, Im going for a walk, what kind of shoes should I wear? There are just so many variables its hard to come up with a de“nitive answer. Charlie usually postpones an answer until after the course is over. To make a positive “rst impression Charlie extols the virtues of some of the cats features. Joe and Sheila seemed dead keen so he described the roominess of the cabins, main salon, foredeck trampoline and cockpit to the eager couple. He showed the nicely insulated generator locker accentuating the comfortable temperatures the air conditioning can provide. The boat sails fast,Ž continued Charlie, and with the shallow draft well have the best spot in the anchorage, right next to the beach. Maneuvering and docking is a piece of cake too. Twin engines are your best friends.Ž Before long they were out of the marina and sailing fast with all sails set on a close reach in 18 knots. It was exhilarating stuff with spray ”ying over the windward bow. But on about day four Joe was becoming less enamored by the heavy work of hoisting the fully battened mainsl. Then the 120% Genoa kept getting fouled on poorly positioned mast cleats especially when the sail was back winded to bring the boat through a tack. Sheeting in the Genoa for close hauled sailing was no cinch either. You could always install electric winches,Ž explained Charlie, airily. During happy hour all the talk was about the potential new boat the couple was going to buy. Their budget was one million and Charlie told them they could buy a pretty good midsize cat for that price. But Sheila had somehow become concerned about safety. On the trip to Anegada the wind had piped up to over 20 knots and the leeward shrouds had become loose; she was frightened. Nothing to worry aboutŽ said Charlie cheerily, even if the worst comes to the worst and the boat capsizes theres an escape hatch.Ž That was it! That was the death knell; the killer blow that ended the dream. Charlie quickly changed the subject when the look of horror on the ladys face became apparent. Escape hatches are never used … its a design feature,Ž explained Charlie in desperation, trying to cover his tracks. But the lady was adamant, Ill never go on a catamaran again … very dangerous … Ive seen them in the Americas Cup trials on TV.Ž There was nothing Charlie could do. Joe just shrugged with a look of resignation. It would either be her or the boat; one would have to go. Charlie knew what his choice would be. Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel .SAILING WITH CHARLIE THE ESCAPE HATCH

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28 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Racing Circuit It is not easy to get sailors to come and compete in any regatta that you might want to organize. Ask Larry Ellison, the Americas Cup organizer who has thrown millions at this years Americas cup and he has hardly attracted participation that is proportional to the amount of money spent. Many of us in the Caribbean have created great events and the outstanding natural conditions and the energy regattas produce make it interesting to consider what drives success in these ventures. In the Caribbean, we have had plenty of experience trying every model of regatta based on a variety and mix of motivations. Lets have a look at what has worked and what has not worked. Authentic passion for the event … linked to type of boat … is a sure winner. The Antigua classic regatta is an exam-WHO WILL COME TO YOUR PARTY?ple of passionate classic lovers running a regatta for other passionate sailors, ensuring consistently good turnouts in what is a very shallow market of participants. The resulting ambiance and experience drives even more interest in the event as a result. Prestige is a factor that seems to generate a great deal of participation particularly with the super yachts. In the early days, Antigua enjoyed such prestige but more recently St. Barths has become the king of prestige and this (with other factors) has helped drive participation in the St. Barth Bucket and the Voile de St Barths. The prestige regattas have managed to cream off the largest super yachts from all regattas and actually drawn in boats that would never have felt at home in events with smaller yachts. Strong existing classes drive and encourage participaPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA ORGANIZING REGATTAS THAT MAXIMIZE PARTICIPATIONBY ROBBIE FERRON When prestige is a factor, only hard work and innovation will bring people to the party

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30 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Racing Circuit tion. When a potential participant knows that by winning a class in that particular regatta he really has achieved a goal. Tight classes also make handicap racing (which we are largely stuck with) a much better experience. Social atmosphere will always help a regatta trump other events even if the organization and marketing is not up to par. Bequia Easter regatta always had that laidback, comfortable image that helped it score over many years. The Sint Maarten Heineken Regatta also sells a social atmosphere albeit a very different one to Bequia. The BVI Spring Regatta has led with the short course, high quality, racing card which has given it consistent success. Although it has attracted the serious sailors it has probably not created the zing that might have brought more participants. Unfortunately, contradictions in regatta organization dictate that the more competitive the racing, the less dedicated the partying and, as a result, really sporting sailors are unlikely to party as hard as their laidback colleagues. To attract sailors every event must work hard at preparation. Marketing well ahead of time and communicating clearly with possible participants is essential. But ensuring that this work is backed by a positive buzz in the bars and the blogs is what makes the difference to the end result. Positive buzz can be helped along by spending money on marketing but ultimately this is not under the total control of the organizers. It can be enhanced by just one dynamic and in”uential person but also by an excited and motivated ”eet. The information that high-pro“le boats are participating is the essential precursor to a major entry in that particular category of boat. Organizing a regatta in the Caribbean is like throwing a party or running a bar. Potential participants must see something in the event that makes them want to come to the party or visit the bar, something that may be dif“cult to grasp but very real to their experience. Creating that experience is often underestimated and many aspiring regattas are disappointed when numbers are below expectations, their expectations usually having been created by a limited set of conditions they had de“ned as driving participation. We wonder why certain bars are successfully and others, with very similar attributes, are not. We wonder why certain parties are a rip-roaring success and others, in similar circumstances, fall ”at on their face. It is my belief that organizing regattas is as mystical and complicated as organizing parties or running bars. Sir Robbie Ferron founded the Sint Maarten Heineken Regatta and served as Caribbean Sailing Association President for nine years. To comment on this article or any article in All At Sea, Email: editor@allatsea.net A big check is an attraction but only if the event is well organizedPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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32 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Racing Circuit REGATTA SEASON IS HERE BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER The Caribbean regatta season kicks-off with the St. Croix International Regatta, set for November 15 to 17. Its a perfect occasion to get boats back in the water after hurricane season and polish crew skills for a great race season ahead. Entries already registered include Annick helmed by regatta founder Nick Castruccio, the BVIs Richard Wooldridge on Triple Jack Robbie Ferrons Katzenellenbogen out of St Maarten and, continuing the longest running multihull racing rivalry in the Caribbean„at 25 years and counting„Joe San Martin on Piglet and Llewellyn Westerman aboard his locally-built Mongoose 37, Charis+ New this year, explains regatta organizer Karen Stanton, We will offer two regattas in one. A two day regatta for those sailors who love to race but cant take the time for a three-day event, and a three-day regatta for those who dont want to travel all the way here for just a two-day event. The entry fee is $150 for all.Ž The St. Croix International Regatta starts with the Commodores Race on November 15. Several races are planned for this day with great prizes for the top three boats in each class. Then, on November 16 and 17, theres the traditional racing for a prize of the skippers weight in rum for all classes with seven or more boats. Last year, out of a ”eet of 24 boats divided into four classes and hailing from the U.S. Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, it was St. Croixs Jack Bishop who drove his J/100, Bad Girl to a “rst in the highly-competitive Spinnaker Class and won his weight in rum. The “rst three “nishers in all classes will receive awards at the beachfront ceremony on November 17. Courses include point-to-point racing in Buck Island harbor for the race boats and a course set into Christiansted Harbor for the cruising boats. Results will be posted live on the regattas website as well as on a wide-screen TV set up at the host St. Croix Yacht Club, in Teague Bay. Shoreside festivities include the Welcome Rum Party, plus live bands all weekend. The Heineken Barge will motor up from Christiansted to the yacht club docks for Friday and Saturday entertainment. This means live music from the water so sailors can listen while relaxing on the beach and watching “re dancers perform. Condos are available near the yacht club very inexpensively on a “rst-come, “rst-serve basis. To “nd out more and to register online, visit: www.stcroixyc.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. ST. CROIX INTERNATIONAL REGATTA NOVEMBER 15 17

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34 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Fishing USVI OPEN ATLANTIC BLUE MARLIN TOURNAMENT WAVE PAVER WINS The Wave Paver team pulled away from the pack and lengthened their lead with four blue marlin releases on the “nal day. This gave them a whopping nine total in four days of “shing to win the 41st USVI Open Atlantic Blue Marlin Tournament (ABMT) or Boy Scout Tournament so nicknamed for the events chief bene“ciary. Whats more, Jr. Davis, owner/angler of the Port Canaveral, Florida-based 61ft Garlington released six blue marlin during the tournament to earn Top Angler and pocket $10,000 in cash. The “rst two day days were good and we “nished the second day in the lead with “ve releases,Ž recaps Wave Paver s Davis. Then, we had a bad day the third day. Didnt catch a thing. We headed out on the lay day to “sh and found a place on the [North] Drop that was productive for us. We headed back there today and it all came together for us.Ž Eight boats were tied for “rst place with “ve blue marlin releases apiece going into the last day of tournament “shing. Jichi a 68ft Paul Mann homeported in Florida and helmed by Capt. Gene Lenow, jumped into the lead early by being the “rst boat to release six blue marlin with an early morning catch.  Jichi got the jump on us and we knew we needed to get going,Ž tells Wave Paver s Davis. It was around 9:30 to 10:00 that I released a blue that bit on the pitch, and then another 10 to 20 minutes later. That put us back in the lead with seven releases. There was a bunch of really good boats “shing there so we knew that anything could still happen.Ž On Wave Paver celebrations began with a bottle of champagne!PHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 35 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 ### $ !" Wave Paver s Davis released his third blue marlin of the day mid-afternoon, followed by a fourth released 15 minutes before lines out. We knew we had it after that fourth “sh today,Ž Davis says. We have a great team of guys, weve “shed together a long time and have a lot of fun together. This is the “rst time Davis and his Wave Paver team have “shed in the ABMT. Its always been a dream of mine to “sh this tournament,Ž Davis tells. Casca Dura a Brazilian-based 80ft Merritt, finished second with seven blue marlin releases, five of them by angler Lucas Abud, who also ended as the runner-up top angler. This is our “rst season “shing in the Virgin Islands,Ž says Casca Dura s Abud. We “shed the July Open and liked it so much we decided to stay and “sh this tournament too.Ž Abud adds, Weve “shed off Anegada the other three days. Today, mid-morning, we decided to pull in the lines and head to the North Drop. Thats when we caught and released our two blue marlin.Ž Jichi “nished third with six blue marlin releases, while Black Gold s Mike McCarthy ended third in the angler standings with four blues. In other awards, sixteen-year-old Alex Chouest, aboard Chach won Top Junior Angler with two releases. Laura Coburn, “shing from Debaitable scored Top Woman Angler with three blues, while the Top Local Charter Boat award went to Marlin Prince with three releases. The 28 boat ”eet released a total of 115 blue marlin in four days of “shing Started by Chuck Senf back in 1972, the ABMT has evolved into one of the most competitive saltwater sports “shing events in the world. The ABMT is “shed under International Game Fishing Association (IGFA) rules, and is overseen by a professional Board of Captains and well-quali“ed observers. The ABMT bene“ts the V.I. Council, Boy Scouts of America. For full results, visit www.abmt.vi Report by Carol M. BareutherStarted by Chuck Senf back in 1972, the ABMT has evolved into one of the most competitive saltwater sports “shing events in the world.

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36 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013Choosing the right type of boat for your needs can seem daunting. Even if you know the style of boat you want, there are still a lot of variables to consider. Thats where All At Sea come in. Weve spoken to experts at leading boat manufacturers and put together a series of articles on what to look for before you buy. Were going to cover a range of boat types, each created to “t a distinct lifestyle, with different criteria to “t varying needs. Our “rst boat type is the ever-popular center console powerboat. For these types of boats it really comes down to one thing: hull design. Before deciding which center console is right for you, take a look at what the experts have to say. Powerboating WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A CENTER CONSOLE: BY DOUG SIMMONSHULL DESIGN Shelley Tubaugh, Grady-WhiteThe biggest thing is deciding what youre going to do with the boat. People use center consoles for a lot of different activities. Are you going to be shallow-water “shing, boating on a lake or a river, or running miles offshore? Youll want a deeper hull for the ocean and a shallower hull for inshore. And the size of the boat may dictate the angle of the deadrise and the draft, so thats also a consideration. You want a hull thats going to give you maximum comfort and performance based on how you intend to use it. If someone is shopping for a center console, Id tell them to get a demo ride in a representative environment, so they know how the boat handles in the conditions they are most likely to encounter.Ž

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 37 Dale Martin, Sportsman BoatsStepped hulls dont really give you any bene“t until you reach about 50mph so if you dont plan to run at high speeds for a lot of the time, you dont need steps. Its usage “rst, budget second, and you start looking from there. Unfortunately, most buyers today look at all this stuff on the Internet, and before they know it, they think they have their mind made up before theyve even seen the boat. You need to talk to the dealers and ask questions, and then take a ride. You want a hull thats going to get on plane quickly and smoothly, and thats dry. Work the tabs and see how the boat steers and reacts. Run it wide open and put it into some hard turns. I tell people to drive it like a rental car.ŽAlan Lang, Scout BoatsSafety, ultimately, is the most important thing. With safety comes peace of mind and enjoyment. Look for boats with hulls that are hand laid. Any hull that is built with a chopper gun will be nowhere near as strong or as rigid, because the resin to “berglass ratios are much higher. The next most important attribute is to have a hull that cuts smoothly through the rough-water chop. A smooth, dry ride is very important to be able to enjoy your time on the water. Nobody likes a boat that beats them up or gets them wet. Fuel economy and ef“cient designs are also things to consider.Ž Bryan Harris, EvergladesA center console can be anything from a 15-foot ”ats boat to a 40-foot offshore boat, so the “rst thing to ask is what the use of the boat will be. This will determine the kind of boat you want, and, to an extent, what kind of hull it has.

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38 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Powerboating If youre looking for a pure offshore boat, then a deep-V is a good choice. What we see a lot of now are people who use their center console for island hopping, watersports and family outings. A variable deadrise hull that offers a little more versatility and stability at slower speeds is a good choice here. Another feature to look for is a reverse chine, which pushes spray down and away at the waterline. This results in a drier ride. Flared hulls may or may not always de”ect spray because its already airborne.ŽJohn Caballero, SeaVee BoatsIts all about the ride, but the tricky part is, its subjective. Each boat has its own personality. No one boat can do it all. Some things are more important to me and less important to others. When evaluating the ride, look at how the boat transitions from displacement to planing. Does it jump on plane quickly? Does it have excessive bow rise? How does the boat run up-sea and down-sea? Is it wet? Do you have to trim it a lot to get a decent ride? Is it stable at trolling speeds? All are important factors and speak to the balance and center of gravity. Secondary, but still important, are the shape of the hull and the aesthetics. Do you like the sheerline, or does it look weird? Is there the right amount of ”are for your taste? Is the hull too pointy? Boating is about passion. You have to love how your boat looks and performs.ŽLes Stewart, Jr., Contender BoatsFor offshore center consoles, the “rst step is to decide if you want a deep-V or a stepped hull. The traditional deep-V is tried and true. The stepped hull is newer, but with advancements in technology, they are becoming pretty popular. Stepped hulls drive differently, more like a high-end sports car. Some people want to go very comfortably, and some want to go farther, faster. So, what do you want? Is your goal to run 100 miles offshore, or do you only need to go ten miles to get to the “shing grounds? Look at the deadrise. This determines how the boat cuts through water and how stable it is at rest. Offshore hulls are usually deeper, but in general, most center console deadrise arent too far off from each other.Ž As a travel and marine journalist, Doug Simmons has cruised all around the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic States and Florida, and has island hopped in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Coming up: Look for our article on center console construction in the next issue of All At Sea Caribbean. To comment on this article, Email: editor@allatsea.net

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 39 CONTENDER BOATS Known for its tournament-proven, semi-custom designs, Contender offers center console models with deep-V and stepped hulls „ both with wave-slicing, 24.5-degree deadrises „ in sizes from 21 to 39 feet in length. www.contenderoffshore.com EVERGLADES BOATS With 11 center console models from 21 to 35 feet, this builder of luxury family “shing boats utilizes variable deadrise hulls with sharp entries and deadrise between 19 and 25 degrees at the transom. www.evergladesboats.com GRADY-WHITE BOATS The nine center consoles from Grady-White use variable deadrise hulls that are deeper forward „ up to 30 degrees amidships „ and shallower at the transom. This means a softer ride at sea coupled with stability while trolling. www.gradywhite.com SCOUT BOATS Scout builds center consoles from 17 to 35 feet in length using three distinct hulls designs „ variable deadrise, variable deadrise with airassist tunnels and stepped. Maximum deadrise at the transom is around 22.5 degrees. www.scoutboats.com SEAVEE BOATS This Miami-based, semi-custom builder uses a variable deadrise hull „ up to 25 degrees at the transom „ with a keel pad for a ”atter running angle at speed. Its center console models range from 29 to 39 feet in length. www.seaveeboats.com SPORTSMAN BOATS A newer manufacturer founded by industry veterans, Sportsman makes versatile center console boats from 21 to 25 feet in length. Its variable deadrise hulls measure up to 21 degrees at the transom. www.sportsmanboatsmfg.comKNOW YOUR BOATS

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40 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 CARIBBEAN FALL CHARTER YACHT SHOW PREVIEW BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER The Caribbeans crewed charter yacht season kicks off with three broker shows. These ”oating open houses not only feature an outstanding selection of wellout“tted yachts, they are also a chance for brokers to get to know the islands, island happenings and island culture.VICL Fall Yacht Show, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin IslandsA discount with a deadline spurred an early sign-up of 28 yachts by the end of August, well over halfway to the 40 vessels anticipated. Over 40 brokers, with businesses based in the Caribbean and U.S. mainland, were also registered by late summer. Brokers can take advantage of the same corporate discount at Marriott Frenchmans Reef Resort for the show as they offer to their charter clients throughout the year. Kelly Kiernan, acting director of the Virgin Islands Charteryacht League (VICL) and director of the clearinghouse, Flagship, says this years ”eet will feature something new. Well have a luxury catamaran and thats encouraging to me. It shows were not just a budget industry. This vessel is a 2012 Fountaine-Pajot that can take up to ten guests and charters for around $20,000 a week. Its big and beautiful, with clean lines and lots of toys.Ž In addition, a power cat will show for the “rst time, Kiernan adds. Its a South African build thats speci“cally geared toward sports “shing.Ž Shoreside activities will see the Virgin Islands Governor join the “rst days dock walk to get a close up look at the industry, rather than host the traditional fete of industry members at the governments historic mansion at Catherineberg. The Captains Cocktail Contest happens at the same time, followed by the governors dockside toast to a productive season ahead. A Culinary Contest and 80s Dance Party will follow the next night. DATES: November 4-6 2013. LOCATION: Yacht Haven Grande www.vicl.orgBVI Charter Yacht Show, Tortola, British Virgin IslandsA capacity show with 70 yachts is on tap for the Charter Yacht Societys (CYS) BVI Charter Yacht Show. Only eight are monohulls, four of which are motor yachts, the rest are multihulls. Over a hundred brokers will walk the docks, most travelling from the U.S., but a dozen or more from Canada and Europe. Antigua Charter Yacht Show

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42 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Janet Oliver, executive director of the CYS says, At least 15 yachts are new to the industry. Some were featured in the BVI May show hosted by CharterPort, however, there are a notable number debuting at the November show.Ž A two-hour crew orientation seminar that debuted in 2012 proved successful and will return this year. Topics include everything from how to navigate government departments and how to prep for a boat show to what role the CYS plays in the industry. The CYS will also continue its Environmental Seminar. The show received Gold Certi“cation in 2012 by Sailors for the Sea. Social activities include the Governors Reception, beachside Expo Night where local businesses present their goods and services, and Travel the Nations Yacht Hop. New this year, chefs will be required to use a common ingredient in each category in the Culinary Contest. Other criteria will reinforce the use of local fresh produce. There will also be helicopter sightseeing tours offered by Antilles Helicopter Services with special rates for brokers.DATES: November 7-10 2013. LOCATION: Nanny Cay Marina www.bvicrewedyachts.comAntigua Charter Yacht Show, AntiguaA fabulous ”eet of over 100 yachts … everything from 60-plus-foot sailing monohulls and catamarans to 200-plusfoot super yachts … will go on show. New: Yachts, brokers and vendors will not see their registration live on the shows website until all fees are paid. This is to prevent cancellations without noti“cation. In addition, theres a limit of only two vendors per company. Sarah Sebastian, show manager, explains, We dont want to have more vendors than agents. After all, its an opportunity for brokers to inspect and sell charter yacht vacations in the Caribbean and for captains and crews to market their vessels. This was the original intent of the Nicholsons when they started the show.Ž Another “rst-time feature is day tours around Antigua & Barbuda for show participants. These include visits to plush resorts, restaurants, and spas, zip-lining in the rainforest, and a complimentary boat trip with lunch to Antiguas premier anchorages at Green Bay. Finally, the theme for this years highly anticipated Chef Competition is the Raw Food Luncheon Challenge, says Sebastian. Raw foods are fashionable right now and it “ts well with our theme of fresh local Caribbean ingredients. Its not necessarily vegetarian and its not just about sushi and salad. We have a resource page on our website for chefs. They are all very resourceful and creative and it will be exciting to see what they present.ŽDATES: December 6-12 2013. LOCATIONS: Nelsons Dockyard Marina, English Harbour. Falmouth Harbour Marina and Antigua Yacht Club Marina, Falmouth Harbour. www.antiguayachtshow.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Caribbean Fall Charter Yacht Show PreviewCharter Yacht Societys BVI Charter Yacht Show

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44 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 A sampling of responses from crewed brokerages and bareboat companies provides a peek at the hot trends in the Caribbean charter yacht industry.1. Business is Looking Up! Business seems better, says Ann McHorney, founder and director of Select Yachts, in St. Maarten. More repeats are popping up.Ž Dick Schoonover, manager of CharterPort BVI, a Tortola, BVI-based yacht clearinghouse, agrees and adds, While the constant media barrage tells us the economy is down, the economic strata that are booking crewed charters havent seen the pinch. Take the week of New Year, for example. The smart money was booking New Year 2013/2014 back SEVEN TOP CHARTER TRENDS BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER in April. Back in June, on one day, our busiest brokerage up north held three boats for three different customers, all with dates in May 2014. May has never been a high demand month, so its a bit quirky to see people booking 11 months out for one of the slowest charter months of the year.Ž Narendra Seth Sethia, base manager for Barefoot Yacht Charters & Marine Centre in St. Vincent & The Grenadines, says, More budget-orientated crewed yachts seem to have received less businesses as those yachts cater to less af”uent clients who still may be getting back on their feet post-recession.Ž2. Chartering is AChanginOwner-operators are decreasing, especially in the larger boats, in favor of owners using a management company PICTURE COURTESY OF HORIZON YACHT CHARTERS WWW.HORIZONYACHTCHARTERS.COM

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 45 to run their yachts. Theres more interest in chartering as a business or a second business rather than something to do in semi-retirement,Ž explains Kelly Kiernan, acting director of the Virgin Islands Charteryacht League (VICL) and director of the St. Thomas-based clearinghouse, Flagship. On the marketing side, Select Yachts McHorney says, We are seeing more use of video as a promotional function. There are a number of support companies out there focusing on yacht videography. We expect to see a lot of nice new yacht videos from the yachts to assist with charter sales.Ž 3. Credit Cards Rule … AlmostMore and more people expect to use a credit card to pay for their charter,Ž says Steve McCrea, president of Edgecomb, ME-based Ed Hamilton & Co. Select Yachts McHorney, says, We havent made the leap to accepting them [credit cards]. We work on a very small percentage so the inherent liabilities of a charge back are really frightening.Ž As for gratuities, Some people still carry cash, but guests are now encouraged to set up wire instructions before they leave home so they can wire large gratuities easily at the end of their charter and to avoid carrying large sums of cash around,Ž explains Jacqui Pascall, reservationist at Horizon Yacht Charters Grenada base.4. Yachts: Size Matters … Bigger is BetterWhile the all-inclusive crewed yachts lend themselves perfectly to family trips,Ž says Shannan Brennan, the Tampa/ St. Petersburg, FL-based global marketing manager at PICTURE COURTESY OF THE MOORINGS WWW.MOORINGS.COM

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46 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 The Moorings and head of marketing for North America for The Moorings, Sunsail and Footloose, we “nd that many guests are preferring to go as groups of three or four couples to split the cost of the larger, more luxurious vessels in our ”eet. The same principle can be applied to bareboat charters. Historically, bareboat charters have constituted mostly of monohulls accommodating maybe four to six guests. But now, catamarans are proving to be the norm. Clients are focusing less on the performance aspect of the boats and more on the size and comfort aspect, attempting to “t eight to ten guests on board on a regular basis.Ž5. Must-Haves: Wi-Fi & Water ToysPeople expect more equipment today,Ž says Barefoots Sethia. When I started in this business 31 years ago, you could send a bareboat out with a towed log line, a depthsounder, a VHF radio and a music system. These days you have to add autopilot, wind instruments, chart plotter and, very often, things like Wi-Fi.Ž Charter guests are burning through the month-long cellular connection quota for a yacht in one week, adds CharterPorts Schoonover. Kids think that they just have to Skype and YouTube their friends or else download movies while they are aboard.Ž Seven Top Charter Trends Sarah Sebastian, owner of Nicholson Yacht Charters & Services, in Antigua, says, Stand-up paddleboards are big and so are blowup slides on motoryachts. Something new were seeing is the beach on motoryachts or swim platforms equipped with a lounge, umbrella and wet bar.Ž6. Cuisine Goes Light & HealthyForget booze cruises with multi-course heavily sauced meals. I just had a charter guest tell me they would have preferred simpler food but the chef kept trying to make everything too fancy and the children did not like it,Ž says Select Yachts McHorney. We get asked for a lot of fresh produce, and gluten free diets seem to be the latest thing.Ž7. Destination, Destination, DestinationMore motoryachts are venturing down to the Southern Caribbean,Ž says Nicholsons Sebastian. At the same time, the VICLs Kiernan adds, Were seeing more charter requests for the U.S. and Spanish Virgin Islands. Why? Vieques and Culebra have fabulous beaches and most importantly they arent as crowded.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. PICTURE COURTESY OF HORIZON YACHT CHARTERS WWW.HORIZONYACHTCHARTERS.COM

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48 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 CHARTERING 101 WRITER AND CHARTERER MARK STEVENS HAS BEEN THERE AND DONE THATForget about hotels or shore-bound inns. When you charter you get your own room with a view like this sunset over TortolaPHOTO: WWW.SHERRYSPIX.COM

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 49So youve “nally decided to cast off, tired of prowling Caribbean docks with a bad case of nautical envy. You havent sold the house to sail into the sunset but at least youve committed both time and budget to a charter. Now where do you go? Who do you book it with? Do you have the necessary skills? Fear not intrepid mariner, for the answers, like Blackbeards Treasure, lay herein. At the end of my “rst bareboat charter we pulled into the dock shaken and humbled. My wife was now convinced that, safely ashore, shed live to see her children again. A crusty salt standing nearby grinned and said its not the BVIs, is it?Ž Grenada is unspeakably beautiful … mountainous and lush with steep slopes blanketed by vibrant orange and red ”amboyant trees. And although Grenada is spectacular and a must-do charter destination, the robust sailing conditions of the southern Caribbean are perhaps not the place for your “rst charter. If youve never done blue water sailing, start with the British Virgin Islands. The two big advantages here are (1) with forty-plus islands in this picturesque archipelago you can get from one overnight spot to the next in just a couple of hours and (2) Drake Passage is protected from most of the big waves of the open sea. But you can also encounter kindly conditions in The Abacos in the Bahamas. While depths can be a factor here (you have to have solid chart-reading skills), the islands ringing Abaco Sound make for both sheltered waters and a variety of anchorages with short passages. Charming, too: Hope Town is like a pastel-painted New England, only with perfect pink sand beaches. If youre a solid skipper with a seaworthy crew, consider the Grenadines. Wind and waves are challenging and passages between islands are longer, but once you arrive and drop the hook in Tobago Cays … with their brown sugar sand, a thousand shades of green, and waters the color of heaven … you may never weigh anchor again. Some of the Leewards are great compromises, rich in history and nautical traditions, offering secluded anchorages or great nightlife. If you cast off from St. Martins popular charter base at Oyster Pond youll be taken aback by the serious waves lashing the harbor opening. But once out there you can head south and round the island, with some great sheltered passages up the west side. Not to mention the fact that this island with the split personality boasts some of the Caribbeans best nightlife and shore-bound dining. From here you can also explore the idyllic island of Anguilla or pull up at Gustavia in St. Barths and fancy yourself a member of the haute monde. 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

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50 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Chartering 101 Lots of options if you cast off from Antigua too: protected waters in North Sound, a years worth of beaches, a great selection of anchorages and a nautical tradition without equal. In addition, St. Kitts and Nevis are fairly painless downwind passages from there. And your reward is an anchorage off Nevis at one of the most beautiful of Caribbean beaches. But you dont have to be dissuaded from a destination like Grenada because you lack con“dence. All the charter companies offer skippered charters. With out“ts like Moorings or Sunsail you can go for the royal treatment: have them provision the boat and book a skipper and a chef. Would that I had that kind of budget! You can also ship some help for part of your trip … arrange a skipper for the “rst day or two then head out on your own. Another great compromise is to sign up for a ”otilla. Ive never done this in the Caribbean but I did it last year in Croatia and loved it. No undue hand-holding … just daily brie“ngs from a local expert that include hazards to navigation and perfect lunch stops and some downright fabulous nightly get-togethers. When it comes to choosing a charterer you look at your budget and needs and the kind of service you want … sometimes its a matter of which charterers serve which destination. In my experience, Moorings is sort of the Cadillac of charters while Sunsails brand position leans more toward performance boats. A company like Horizon offers friendly service because theyre smaller than the “rst two although they do offer a comprehensive ”eet in several locations. So, now youve had the two-minute primer theres just one more task at hand ƒ Its time to cast off. Mark Stevens is an award-winning travel writer whose specialties include Canada, the Caribbean and boating. Credits range from Sailing magazine and Canadian Yachting to the Washington Post. PHOTO: WWW.SHERRYSPIX.COMThat perfect anchorage rocked like a cradle in the waves. Tomorrow youre off to Jost Van Dyke, a charterers destination thats downright infamous

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52 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 When three couples from New Jersey chartered out of Tortola they chose to provision themselves rather than ask an on-island provisioner or select a package from their bareboat company. Why? Ease and expenseŽ, explains Jack Edwards, who planned the charter. We ”ew in the day before, stayed in a hotel, and went to the boat the next morning for the brie“ng so we knew what type of galley space we had. Then, we took a cab to the nearest market and had the driver wait so we had a ride back with our groceries. This way, each couple could buy what they liked, it was fairly inexpensive, and we didnt feel obligated to eat on-board if we wanted to dine ashore.Ž Steve McCrea, president of Edgecomb, ME-based Ed Hamilton & Co., says, Provisioning is advice we walk through with individual customers. Its fairly polarizing, people either like to squeeze their own tomatoes, or they prefer to have everything taken care of.Ž ConveniencePre-provisioning has the advantage of arriving and finding your floating home fully stocked,Ž says Jacqui PROVISIONING PROS & CONS: PACKAGES VS. DIYBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Pascall, reservationist at Horizon Yacht Charters Grenada base. This way, you can focus on the sailing and relaxing part.Ž For someone new to bareboat chartering, Shannan Brennan, the Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL-based global marketing manager at The Moorings and head of marketing for North America for The Moorings, Sunsail and Footloose, recommends one of the companys provisioning options. These range from ingredients for all meals for a week-long trip to a-la-carte lists akin to grocery shopping online. This way, everything is pre paid, you have done all of the organization well in advance of the trip, we have done the shopping and all of the food and drink is loaded on board before you even arrive. It makes for an easy arrival and lessens the apprehension new travelers may have when arriving for their vacation. The drawback to this is that there may be a limitation in selection as opposed to shopping yourself.Ž SelectionSelf-provisioning means that you get precisely what you want, says Narendra Seth Sethia, base manager for Barefoot Yacht Charters & Marine Centre in St. Vincent PHOTO COURTESY OF JANE HARRISON AT MEGAYACHT SERVICE, ST. MAARTEN

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 53 Hurricane Hunter 35 TEL (340) 776-5432 FAX (340) 775-4507 WWW.OFFSHOREVI.COMOutboards, Waverunners, Motorcycles, Invert Generators Boats In” atables Diesel Engines, Diesel Generators Exclusively Available at Offshore Marine Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer & The Grenadines. Sometimes a charter company may make substitutes, which a guest doesnt fancy. Plus, it can be fun shopping in local markets, particularly down-island, so that you get a real flavor of the local shopping scene. Saint Vincent has a couple of pretty good supermarkets with a fairly wide variety of options, excellent locally-grown fresh produce at very good prices, and there are places where you can get great selections of cheeses and deli items and wonderful home-baked breads.Ž On the other hand, explains Jane Harrison of Mega Yacht Services, in Plaza del Lago, St. Maarten, We offer almost any service for guests and crew on the yachts we help, including shopping and drinks, rare wines, champagnes, caviar, ”oral arrangements and more.Ž Spronks Provisioning & Mega Yacht Services in Grenada provides bareboat guests with everything from a handful of items to a complete charter, explains Serena Peters. We offer local provisioning of fresh fruit and vegetables as well as herbs, which come direct from the growers garden straight to the boat. We are able to source wonderful fresh “sh such as tuna, mahi mahi, grouper and red snapper which arrives sushi style in portions to suit. We are also able to get USDA Choice tenderloin, rump steaks, duck, pork loins and much more. All of which we get from our suppliers who sell wholesale and are not available in the local supermarkets. Thus, an individual would struggle to get hold of these items.ŽDelivery The advantage of self-provisioning is that its usually cheaper,Ž says Barefoots Sethia. However, working with a provisioner means you dont have to spend money on cab fares to and from the supermarket.Ž Steven Mix, at BWA Yachting, in Plaza Del Lago, St. Maarten, says, We deliver provisions directly to the boats either in one of the many St. Maarten marinas, or at anchor often in Simpson Bay or off shore in Grand Case. We can also arrange for delivery to St. Barths and Anguilla and will look after all the paper work to do so.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.Pre-provisioning has the advantage of arriving and “nding your ”oating home fully stocked. This way, you can focus on the sailing and relaxing partŽ … Horizon Yacht Charters

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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION TITLEBY Intro to Broker spotlights Special Advertising SectionIn this section, get to know eight of the Caribbeans top yacht brokers„youll be impressed by the depth of hands-on nautical knowledge they bring to their work. When youre on the emotional journey of buying or selling a boat, experts like these can reduce your stress level fast. Professional brokers will weave your boat buying dreams together with wide-awake attention to the details that count. Some can arrange “nancing or provide charter management programs that can make the dream come true sooner than you think. And when its time to sell, a brokers contacts and expertise will be invaluable for getting the mission accomplished. Caribbean yacht brokers offer a treasure trove of knowledge you can tap into on critical matters like insurance, delivery, registration, crew staf“ng, maintenance, and provisioning„even the best places to cruise. After all, they know these waters better than anyone else.SPOTLIGHT: TOP YACHT BROKERS

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Special Advertising Section1 23 Hulls the BVI Yacht Brokers, located on Tortola, in The British Virgin Islands is a comprehensive marine services company that encompasses a full service yacht brokerage, yacht management company and a yacht delivery agency. 123 Hulls believes in offering extensive and expanded services for ever-increasing consumer demands and expectations. We make the purchase process hassle-free and pleasurable and the ongoing ownership experience as enjoyable and stress free as possible by providing guidance and assistance on everything from “nance, insurance and vessel registration to our yacht delivery and yacht management programs, At 123 Hulls we understand that buying a boat can be an emotional experience as well as a signi“cant “nancial investment, which requires careful and knowledgeable guidance throughout the entire process. With our extensive knowledge of the yachts available in the Caribbean as well as in the U.S. and Europe make us especially well suited to handle your next yacht purchase whether it be a motor or sailing monohull, catamaran or trimaran.. Our knowledge and experience with an international clientele is unsurpassed. From that “rst phone call or email through survey and sea Carol and Greg trial we at 123 Hulls are right there with you every step of the way to ensure you the best available boat to ful“ll your needs, at the best possible price, and to provide after sale service with our in-house yacht management, as well as yacht deliveries. Our number one priority is to successfully match our clients needs, to a yacht that will exceed their expectations. The secret of our success is experienced yacht brokers who listen to our customers needs and know where to locate the yacht that will ful“ll those needs. All our yacht brokers are long time boaters who have an extensive knowledge of the multitude of vessels available in an ever changing market. At 123 Hulls we have over 30 years of combined yacht brokering experience. Our aim is to make every stage of your yachting experience secure, ful“lling and pleasurable. To “nd out more about Choosing a Broker, Buying a Boat, Selling a Boat, Making An Offer, Yacht Management & Deliveries please visit our web site at www.123hulls.com. We look forward to meeting and working with you in making your dreams a reality. Best Wishes & Fair Winds, The crew at 123 Hulls the BVI Yacht Brokers. Tortola, BVI123 HULLS

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Special Advertising Section Jim & Deborah Veiga Ceiba, Puerto Rico ATLAS YACHTS J im Veiga is the owner and principal broker for Atlas Yacht Sales, the largest and most well established sailing yacht and catamaran dealership in the Caribbean. Founded in 1998 in Fajardo, Puerto Rico at Marina Puerto Del Rey, Atlas specializes in many facets of the sailing industry. Atlas operates a new sail boat dealership for Lagoon, Jeanneau, Hunter and Prestige Motor Yachts, a sailboat brokerage, bareboat sailing charters through SailCaribe Yacht Charters, an ASA Sailing School and a full service boatyard. Atlas is in a great location to facilitate everything thats involved in the listing and sale of your boat as well as delivering your new yacht or managing your new yacht in the SailCaribe ”eet. Marina Puerto Del Rey is the largest and most full service marina in the Caribbean with shops and restaurants and has haul out and storage facilities for just about any size sailing vessel. This year, 2013, Atlas opened up a satellite sales of“ce for their new model Jeanneau sailboats in St. Augustine, Florida. New Jeanneau sailboats are commissioned by Atlas in their boat yard facility and on display in historic St Augustine, a beautiful place to visit and pick up your new Jeanneau. SailCaribe Yacht Charters was also founded by Jim in 2006. SailCaribe offers professional yacht management and bareboat charters on new Lagoon Catamarans, Jeanneau and Hunter sailboats. SailCaribe has been described by many who have chartered with them as a “rst class, boutique sailing charter operation.Ž Jim and Debbie have perfected this concept by offering quality, well equipped new vessels and personal attention to all of their guests. Sailing in the Spanish Virgin Islands of Puerto Rico is said to be like the BVI and USVI 40 years ago as it is not over developed or crowded with boats wrangling for moorings. SailCaribe maintains a ”eet of 10 to 12 sailing vessels comprised of catamarans and monohulls and endorsed by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. Clients who purchase their new vessels and place them in to management with SailCaribe may take advantage of tax advantages under the Nautical Tourism Law passed to stimulate this industry in Puerto Rico. When considering a new sailboat or catamaran for purchase or charter, please contact or stop by the of“ces of Atlas Yacht Sales. As we say in Puerto Rico Con Gusto Les ServimosŽ. A

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Special Advertising Section B VI Yacht Sales is located at Nanny Cay Resort and Marina, the premier marine service location in the British Virgin Islands. This facility includes a 200-slip marina and full service yard, comfortable hotel and good restaurants set on a tropical island offering our clients the most enjoyable Caribbean yacht purchase experience possible. With a staff of three full-time brokers, an of“ce/closing manager and a marketing manager, we are amply staffed throughout all aspects of the brokerage. Our Brokers include Brian Duff, with experience from owning many different yachts, sailing on almost every type of boat out there, accumulating many thousands of miles on the race course or cruising; both inshore and distance offshore,as well as working in the of the industry for the last 15 years. Brian sold Southbound Cruising Services in 2009, a rigging specialist shop he had created and run in the very active Annapolis area, before then making the move to BVI Yacht Sales. Brians knowledge of yachts is full and far reaching and he puts this to work helping you fully understand the boats you are considering buying. Having made a living upgrading boats and having rebuilt many too, Brian is very well equipped to advise sellers on the right little things that can be done to get the best sale price, fast! Brian lives aboard with his son Rayne (11) who is a competitive optimist racer, and actively explores the BVI during off time onboard their Westsail 32 Happy Times Chris Simpson is a full time broker and co-owner of BVI Yacht Sales. Prior to brokering he was Operations Manager for TMM Yacht Charters largest base, taking care of 50 yachts for many years. Chriss early passion was teaching sailing, which he did for a decade in the U.K., including running his own RYA School with his wife and coowner of BVI Yacht Sales, Karen. Chris has spent the last 30 years in the sailing industry as well as much of his childhood years cruising offshore with his parents which, combined with his other sailing, totals around 40,000 miles. Chris is an RYA Yachtmaster Instructor who has a well rounded knowledge of most things nautical which he is always happy to share with clients. Clive Allen, has been with BVI Yacht Sales since 2007. He started his nautical career in the diving industry over two decades ago leading him to work in Australia and Asia including running his own dive shop in the Philippines. Clive has spent 4 years liveaboard cruising from Hong Kong to Madagascar and, more recently, two years cruising the length and breadth of the Caribbean with his wife and young daughters. Clives extensive travels have given him a well rounded outlook that allows him to quickly tune into any clients requirements, he is also fully ”uent in French which is a great plus. Clive holds the French Ocean Captain quali“cation and has a strong background in diesel mechanics. EST. 1981LTD.The Informative BrokersŽ Clive Allen, Chris Simpson, Brian Duff Tortola, British Virgin IslandsB.V.I. YACHT SALES

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Special Advertising Section P robably the thing I love best about what I do ... is being at the cusp of change in peoples lives. I facilitate people moving on to The Next Big Thing...buyers and sellers alike. Having spent three years trying to get my own head around selling up everything and buying and re“tting a boat to go sailing (I eventually ended up on a therapists couch...) and having spent almost two years trying to sell another boat through brokers a decade later, I am well placed to know what buyers and sellers want. Essentially, I give my clients what I expect a broker to give to me...and I am picky. Its that simple. I have a background in the design, sales and installation of big ticket communication systems, where a knowledge based, proactive service was imperative. A lifetime spent tinkering with things mechanical, together with time spent as an apprentice aircraft mechanic before I came away, certainly helps too! So too does the more than thirty years I have been messing about with boats of all sizes, plenty sea miles including two Atlantic crossings, the “rst being in 1981 navigating with a sextant and a lead line. (and Yes...we got lost.) In the nearly twenty years we have been in the Caribbean, we have run charter boats, run charter boat bases, rebuilt sunk to the bottomŽ hurricane destroyed vessels and project managed teams of workers refurbishing private and charter vessels...and bought and sold boats for our own account. The brokerage was the next logical step...and we understand silver service! Ask around...you will probably like what you hearƒTony Brewer (Im the one on the left) Ten years after St. MartinTHE LITTLE SHIP COMPANY

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Special Advertising SectionM y name is Dave McCall, owner and primary broker of Maritime Yacht Sales. Our of“ce is located at the largest full service boatyard on St. Thomas in the beautiful US Virgin Islands. Maritime was established in 2006 and has steadily grown each year. As a member of the Yacht Brokers Association of America (YBAA) we utilize all the standard forms and agreements which are broadly recognized within the industry. I currently have two associate brokers and together we service all three US Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix. We handle a variety of power and sail boat listings and specialize in a high level of personal service. Our goal is to match the right customer with the right boat and then broker a fair deal where all parties are happy at closing. Living and working in the Virgin Islands has given me the opportunity to meet and work with a wide variety of people Dave McCall from all over the world. I enjoy sharing local knowledge and helping fellow boaters realize their dreams of cruising in the Caribbean. The USVI is a world class yachting destination and St. Thomas is the perfect location for embarking on the adventure with many marine services, chandleries and provisions available. Several airlines offer ”ights at C.E. King International airport. In addition, there is no sales tax on private boat transactions in the USVI and there is no residency requirement for registering a vessel. Yacht management services are available for seasonal owners. And, as a bonus we speak English and trade in US dollars so you can avoid the challenges of foreign languages and currency exchange. If you have an interest in buying or selling a boat in the Caribbean please give us a call or visit our website today. We would be to assist you in achieving your goal and making your dream a reality! St. Thomas, USVIMARITIME YACHT SALES

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Special Advertising Section B eing part of The Moorings Brokerage team, our brokers also have resources at their disposal to aid you in every aspect of the purchasing and selling process. Items such as transportation, accommodations, dockage, insurance, “nancing, and delivery, are examples of the areas where Richard, Giles and Gwenaelle can be invaluable assets to both buyers and sellers. When purchasing or selling a yacht through one of our brokers, you will not only be dealing with professional and licensed brokers on site, but also have the security of dealing with a publicly traded and bonded company that has of“ces globally. The Moorings Brokerage team sells over 200 well maintained former charter yachts every year at some of the best values in the world, and most recently we have expanded our St. Martin of“ce to include additional boats. Come meet Richard Vass (Tortola). He “rst moved to the British Virgin Islands eleven years ago, working for both Sunsail and The Moorings during this time. Richards family is comprised of keen sailors and his introduction to yachts began at an early age. Drawing on his knowledge of charter yachts, passion for sailing, and his local knowledge, youll “nd Richard friendly and happy to explain the brokerage process as well as help you “nd your dream yacht. He has 13 years of experience in the yachting industry. Most of these years were spent working with The Moorings and Sunsail between the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. In 2004 Richard joined the Moorings Brokerage Team and has been an asset not only to his many buyers and sellers, but also to the whole Moorings Team. Richard can be reached at rvass@mooringsbrokerage.com or on his cell phone at +1 284-346-2016. Giles Woods (Tortola) “rst memory of sailing was sitting on the bow of a dinghy when he was about 5, while he sailed around the bay with his Dad. He has been sailing ever since. He joined the Moorings Brokerage Team in Tortola 5 years ago after having set up the sailing school in Tortola for Sunsail. Studying engineering at university, he worked as a sales manager selling classic and sports automobiles before turning back to the water. He is a quali“ed RYA Yachtmaster Ocean Instructor and has been around the world skippering, racing, teaching and brings his enthusiasm for sailing to the brokerage team. His hands on knowledge and experience are great assets when looking for the right boat or getting onboard once you have found it. Giles can be reached at gwood@mooringsbrokerage.com or on his cell phone at +1 284-346-0252. Gwenalle Robic (St Martin) studied Marine and Environmental Science with Sports Management in France, before travelling to Australia to improve her English language skills. Back in Europe, she was a sailing instructor for a well-known travel “rm in the Med and also Guadeloupe in the Caribbean. She furthered her marine industry experience by working for a major sailboat manufacturer in France followed by a yacht charter company in Saint Martin, Caribbean. With Gwenalles vast yachting knowledge from the manufacturing and charter side, and her customer dedication and product knowledge, she lends value to any deal. Gwenaelle can be reached at gwenaelle.robic@mooringsbrokerage.com. THE MOORINGS Richard Vass, Giles Wood and Gwenalle Robic at the Tortola base of 400+ yachts.

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Special Advertising Section Alexis de Boucaud Alexis@multihullcompany.com 484-744-2740 Gordon Forbes Gordon@multihullcompany.com 868-678-8051 Jaryd Forbes Jaryd@multihullcompany.com 868-680-8909 THE MULTIHULL COMPANYT he Multihull Company prides itself on not just knowing the locals but on being a local! We speak the language, so to speak, know where the safe harbors and the rough passages are whether you are buying or selling a catamaran. TMC is the industry leader in sales of voyaging catamarans with documented market intelligence on what is selling, why and for what price. This is invaluable when you are buying or selling. When it comes to multihull design and construction TMCs highly trained team of catamaran and trimaran experts know what works and what doesnt … and they are not afraid to tell you. They understand the needs of every type of multihull sailor, from coastal cruisers to world voyagers, offshore racers to live-aboards. They know the pros and cons of every major production model ever sold and have attended multihull surveys around the world and are skillful at counseling clients on the resolutions of after-surveyŽ issues. They are trained to be detail oriented about contracts, taxing and registration issues in multiple countries. They are “rm and fair. So, meet our team. Alexis de Boucaud is The Multihull Companys Senior Broker who works with clients from around the world as well as his own backyard in Fort Lauderdale but splits his time between Fort Lauderdale and the French Caribbean island of St. Martin where he partners with Denis Guillebot and Bettina Rehn to better serve clients. Denis Guillebot is a seasoned sailor who has more more than 20 transatlantic passages. Because of his hands-on experience, he offers a wealth of information on brands and models of catamarans. He is knowledgeable about the pros and cons of each catamaran and is the perfect broker to talk to if you are planning some real blue water voyaging. Fluent in French and conversational in English, Denis can also assist many international clients with services they might need while visiting the beautiful island of St. Martin. Gordon Forbes is an associate broker working both Grenada and Trinidad and has worked as a surveyor and owns a catamaran himself which he sails in the Caribbean. He works often with Spice Island Marine and Grenada Marine which has a new wide travel lift and storage facilities that allows TMC clients to haul catamarans for surveys from this location, store them and have repairs made. Growing up in Trinidad & Tobago, Jaryd Forbes love of the ocean started at a very young age. Travelling aboard his Fathers Lagoon 42 DelphiniŽ, Jaryd developed a thorough knowledge and af“nity for crafts of all types as well as ocean faring. With experience ranging from power to sailboats of all models and sizes, and assisting with pre-purchase surveys and deliveries, he possesses an intimate knowledge of his native Trinidad and the wider Caribbean in order to better serve TMC clients. The Multihull Company

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Special Advertising SectionS outhern Trades Yacht Sales was formed in 1977 and operated out of Yacht Haven Marina in St. Thomas, USVI until relocating to Road Town, Tortola, BVI in 1997. As such Southern Trades is the oldest independent yacht sales, management and charter company in the Caribbean. From the time of its inception, Southern Trades has always specialized in the resale of active, income producing, crewed charter yacht businesses. We have never attempted to be in the bare boat re-sale end of the brokerage industry nor have we ever really chased after mom and pop wanting to set sail for Australia when they retire. Due to our excellent and prominent location in the heart of Caribbean chartering we have become the world-wide, industry leader in guiding new owners into ongoing, income producing, crewed charter yacht businesses which require little or no owner input; be it time or “nancial contributions. We also offer those yacht owners wishing to move up the opportunity to sell their yacht charter business. We are constantly in need of additional crewed charter yacht businesses that are for sale … we have willing and able buyers!! We also own and operate the largest crewed charter yacht clearing house in the Caribbean and by doing so we follow up The Team after the sale and assist new owners and assure them of getting off to the best start. We believe in hitting the ground running when it comes to purchasing an ongoing charter yacht business. We assist in all aspects of USVI and BVI Government licensing, yacht registration, company formation, banking, insurance, parts procurement and professional crew staf“ng for the yacht. We have 3 fulltime staff devoted solely to our yacht management division for off island owners who require intensive, day to day management of their yacht, crew and charter business. Our competent staff in our Tortola of“ce includes charter consultants, accountants, yacht managers, crew liaison personnel, charter broker liaison personnel, yacht sales staff and government liaison staff. We are con“dent in our abilities to identify, locate and make successful almost any yacht that an owner may wish to place into the charter industry. Please contact us for information on certain charter yacht businesses we are currently offering. We can supply budgetary information as well as prospective income stream reports and other pertinent information on the crewed charter yacht industry. Village Cay Marina, Tortola, BVISOUTHERN TRADES

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 65Grenada has its workboats, Martinique its yoles, and Tobago its bum-boats. Similarly, Puerto Ricos native wooden sailboat is the Chalana. Chalanas evolved from “shing boats and coastal traders. They were once used to supply larger vessels anchored in a bay or offshore as well as to transport sugarcane to Central America. Today, theres a strong following of native boat racing enthusiasts. There are two types of Chalanas now being raced,Ž explains Gregg Fyffe, who is “lming a documentary on Chalanas and has uploaded a trailer to YouTube titled Chalanas Santa Isabel, explains, the 28-foot class, which is a more traditional “n keeled weighted boat built locally, and then theres the 16, 18, 20 and 24-foot classes which are centreboard, crew ballasted boats with trapeze and hiking rails.Ž There are no real “rm design rules for Chalanas except for length to race in a particular class. However, in recent years, Puerto Rico all designs are based on an Australian skiff type format with a plumb bow, wide open stern and about “ve or more trapeze. All construction is plywood covered with “breglass reinforced with metal crossbars. The boats are constantly being re“ned and remade as they either break or some new technology or design scheme is seen by the owners and incorporated. Some have stepped hulls like powerboats, hard chine or soft chine, depending on the builder. Design plans range from being hand-drawn in beach sand to computer generated. Chalanas are traditionally raced between Ponce and Arroyo on the south/southeast coast of Puerto Rico, while two variations called Gambotines and Nativos are in greater concentration on the eastern coast. Gambotines are built with a traditional design but using “breglassed plywood over frames. Nativos are traditional displacement hull vessels with a pronounced bow and full keel. Their design is PUERTO RICOS NATIVE SAILBOATS PAST MEETS PRESENTBY CAROL M. BAREUTHERPHOTO: ROBERT DAVIS/SAIL NAGUABO … 8

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66 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 much more traditional and a re”ection of their plank and frame construction. Carlos Marrero, who has raced Chalanas for many years, tells, I am personally promoting a one design project consisting of a boat that you can buy in pieces to assemble in the backyard. Weve already assembled the “rst one and interest from new people is good. It is a 17-foot Nativo. I used Google SketchUp to draw the design, and Carlos Bobonis from the Architecture Laboratory of the Catholic University of Puerto Rico, Ponce Campus, helped me with the CNC (Computer Numerical Control) technology. I just arrive at the University with the SketchUp “le and a few plywood planks and the CNC router does everything. Its magical and a huge step for sailboat building in Puerto Rico.Ž Marreros next step is to promote a one-design 24-foot Chalana, for which he is receiving assistance from an architect in the structural analysis and other design details. There are two ways visitors and locals alike can get involved in native boat sailing in Puerto Rico. One is via regattas. More than 20 traditional boat regattas take place annually. Most occur between the months of May and August. There are also invitational regattas, which push this number to 30 to 35 weekends per year with both Chalanas and Nativos in the water. Regattas are usually announced through social media such as Facebook and Twitter as well as in local newspapers. These events are staged off public beaches. True to tradition, all of the courses are laid out in consideration of the spectators on shore. This is what keeps the crowds growing at these regattas. The second way is by taking sailing lessons. Robert Davis, whose father was stationed at Roosevelt Roads, has childhood memories of sailing on Chalanas. Today, his Sail Naguabo in Playa Naguabo (about ten miles southwest of Humacao) offers adult and youth, basic, intermediate and advanced classes aboard 15, 17 and 21-foot Nativos on Saturdays from 8am to Noon for $25 per person. Better yet, Davis holds a free Sunday open house from Noon to 3pm that features free rides, orientation and class registration. For more information, call: (787) 988 …1387 or Email: mvcaribbeanblue@gmail.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Puerto Rico T: +3406 778-2079 genekralusvi@yahoo.com www.subbasedrydock.com P.O. Box 442; Parcel 182, Subbase St. Thomas, USVI 00903 100 Ton Crane 400 Ton Drydock 1000 Ton Floating Drydock Complete Marine Repairs FEATURING NEW 1000 TON FLOATING DRYDOCK Events are staged off public beaches. True to tradition, all of the courses are laid out in consideration of the spectators on shore.

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 69 United States Virgin Islands DESTINATION: RED HOOK, ST. THOMASThere is of“cially only one town on St. Thomas: Charlotte Amalie. The rest of the island is divided up into estates dating back to the sugar era. Yet, thanks to the proximity of the British Virgin Islands for sailing and the North Drop for sports “shing, Estate Red Hook, or Red Hook for short, has grown into an unof“cial town for both local and visiting mariners. Red Hook is located at the east end of St. Thomas. Mangroves, cactus, salt ponds and seabirds were the primary residents until the mid to late 1950s when the Dohm family constructed a simple building from which to run their water taxi business, an enterprise that eventually moved about a mile down the road and continued into mid 2000. According to an article published on the St. Thomas Source about Per Dohm at the time of his death in 2006, Dohm credited his father Lars for renaming the lone, tiny pier from Shark STORY BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOS BY DEAN BARNES Duffys Love Shack, a favorite watering hole in Red Hook Sports fishing boats line the docks in summer

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70 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 United States Virgin Islands World. We also have the South Drop nearby with its year round wahoo and dolphin “shing.Ž Many shops and services, which directly and indirectly support these marine industries, have opened and in doing so turned Red Hook into a one-stop-shop. Sailors and sports “shermen dont need to drive 30 minutes or more into Charlotte Amalie and can, in many cases, just walk to get what they need. For example, theres the islands only tackle shop, chandlery, dive shop and captains school within AYH. Banks with ATMs, a walk-in medical clinic, dentist, eye doctor, drug store, veterinarian and pet store, mail and secretarial service all located across the street. Eight bars and restaurants are within walking distance. A small grocery store is set to re-open and a larger supermarket, Food Center, is about a two mile drive. A car rental, East End taxi service, and a ferry dock with passage to St. John and the BVI are here as well as day sail boats, runabout rentals and luxury motoryachts for charter. Theres even a small salt pond with boardwalk for bird-watching. Villas, apartments and resorts are all within a miles drive. I really like Red Hook and whats available there,Ž says Gary Domel, from Austin, Texas, who visits each summer with his 48ft Cabo, Deguello There are hotels nearby for my wife to stay, plenty of places to eat, the “shing is great and the people are friendly.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Wharf to Red Hook so that visitors wouldnt be scared away. The road out to Red Hook, in the late 1950s, was dirt, rocks and potholes. Folks who remember those days say it wasnt wise to drive out at night or without a spare tire. It was in the early 1960s that Red Hook really started to come to life. Two things happened within a year of each other that sealed Red Hooks fate as a nautical Mecca. First, Capt. Johnny Harms, who is credited with pioneering marlin “shing in the Virgin Islands, wanted to move his Lagoon Marina to Red Hook. In order to get the two acres of waterfront he really wanted, he had to purchase an entire 20 acre parcel. This turned out to be a blessing as it provided a site on which to build a club house for the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club, which was founded in the fall of 1963. Then, a year later, in November 1964, and at the end of a donkey trail that led from Red Hook over a small rise to a two-acre salt pond rimmed with thick scrub, the St. Thomas Yacht Club was born. Sailing and sports “shing provide year-round lifeblood to Red Hook. The seasons are marked by a sea of sailboat masts in the harbor and at IGYs American Yacht Harbor (AYH) marina in the winter and spring, and a mass of tuna towers on the docked sport “shing rigs in the summer and fall. We are at the gateway to the BVI cruising grounds, which we know as some of the safest and most beautiful cruising in the world,Ž says Lee Hicks, AYH general manager. We are also the closest marina to the famous North Drop, home to some of the biggest blue marlin in the Sports fishing boat line the docks in summer

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72 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 United States Virgin Islands Well over 100 brokers will be walking the docks at charter yacht shows in the region this season. One celebrating the start of her fourth decade in the business is Verna Ruan, owner of the St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands-based Crewed Charters. Since the inception of her brokerage in 1982, Ruan has seen many things in the industry change and others stay the same. Ruan, a native of New Jersey, “rst travelled to the Virgin Islands in the 1960s while attending Columbia University. Her interest was piqued after viewing a slideshow presented by two Danish doctors of their camping trip to Hawksnest Bay in St. John. Shortly thereafter, she and a group of friends visited on a camping trip of their own. The campground was right on the road without much privacy,Ž Ruan says. We made friends with all the rangers and they invited us to their homes, not as tourists, but as guests. Thats when I fell in love with the Virgin Islands. I remember crying on the plane when it was time to go home.Ž It wasnt until several years later, at the beginning of the 1970s, that Ruan “nished her masters degree in linguistics and moved to St. Thomas. She taught French and Spanish for ten years at the Eudora Kean High School in Red Hook. This location made it easy to fall in with the nautical crowd. Ruan remembers listening to “sh tales told by members of the Liars Club at the then Johnny Harms Marina (today IGYs American Yacht Harbor), CHARTER BROKER: VERNA RUAN OF CREWED CHARTERS STORY BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTO BY DEAN BARNES

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 75 racing in several sailboat regattas out of the St. Thomas Yacht Club, working with Jim Long who started St. Thomas “rst boating magazine, Caribbean Boating, helping Tom Stamp with his brokerage business, and chef“ng on a couple of crewed charters. I loved the nautical atmosphere and fell for it hook, line and sinker,Ž says Ruan. I never thought about owning a business myself; I just did it.Ž The early 80s saw a change in the tax code under the Reagan administration that allowed people to deduct the cost of a yacht as a second home. This sparked a boom in the charter ”eet, a switch from owner-operators to more paid crews and an opportunity that one boat builder capitalized on right away. Ted Irwin, a “ercely competitive racing sailor, started making more comfortable cruising yachts. The Irwins were among the “rst to have four equal size guest cabins aft and each with its own private head and shower,Ž says Ruan. They became quite popular. There are still Irwins in the charter ”eet today.Ž The late 1980s saw another evolution in crews and yachts. When word got out that you could get a sailing job in the Caribbean and get food, board and laundry paid for, there was an influx of crews from South Africa, which as a country was having its own financial challenges at that time,Ž Ruan explains. Not only that, these crews bought boats from South African builders and sailed them across themselves. Thats what started the influx of catamarans.Ž Charter yacht shows have evolved too. It was faster to view the ”eet when there were just monohulls. You could look down the companionway and everything was there right in front of you,Ž says Ruan. Catamarans take longer to see and the crews like to show the entire yacht. Thats what is so nice about the spring show. There arent as many yachts, which gives more time to sit down, talk and get to know the crews.Ž What has stayed the same is what “rst attracted Ruan to the industry. What I like most are the people,Ž she says. The guests I meet by Email and the crews I meet in person.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. United States Virgin Islands This sparked a boom in the charter ”eet, a switch from owner-operators to more paid crews and an opportunity that one boat builder capitalized on right away.

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76 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 United States Virgin Islands CLAGETT MEMORIAL CLINIC AND REGATTAHeld in July at Sail Newports facility in Fort Adams Park, Newport, R.I., the aim of the Clagett Regatta is to become the leader in developing competitive sailing opportunities for sailors with disabilities. This includes taking them to the elite level of sailing in order to increase the talent pool of U.S. sailors vying for Paralympic competition. Six medals have been won at the Paralympic Games (2008 & 2012) by veterans of the Clagett Regatta. The Clagett is sailed in three Paralympic class boats: The Sonar (three-person); SKUD-18 (two-person, man and woman), and the single-handed 2.4 Metre. Both the Sonar and the 2.4 classes accept able-bodied sailors. Having ablebodied sailors in the ”eet increases the level of competition and helps make better training opportunities for the Paralympic hopefuls. SPECIAL USVI SAILING TEAM WIN BRONZE IN SONARBY JAN ROBINSON For the Virgin Island team it began with a question from John Foster, Commodore of the St. Thomas Yacht Club, to David Flaherty: How would you like to go to Rio and sail in the Paralympics?Ž Dave laughed, made a phone call to his friend, Tony Sanpere, and a team was formed. Flaherty moved to St. Thomas in 1990 having sailed for many years on different boats, and in many regattas, until he had a stroke in 2009. Tony Sanpere spent nine years in the U.S. Army and was deployed to Vietnam where he was wounded by an enemy mine. The worst damage was to his elbow and the hospital wanted to amputate, but Tony refused. Eventually he returned home to Georgia and spent eight months in and out of hospital. At the time, Tonys father and brother were living in St. Croix, and he moved there with his family in 1969. His The team representing the U.S. Virgin Islands (from left): Tony Sanpere, Jan Robinson, John Foster and David Flaherty (front)

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 77 Its about time!! Any Boat. Anywhere. Anytime. sailing career started on his 30th birthday when he bought a Hobbie 14 and sailed out of the St. Thomas Yacht Club. When Rudy Thompson, a sailing pioneer and Olympian, later asked Tony to join him on his Soling, he was hooked. John Foster, former six-time Olympian, was the ablebodied sailor on the V.I. Team. Foster says it was the most outstanding, rewarding regatta that he has ever attended. The competitors spend the “rst day working with assigned coaches that included world champions and Olympic sailors. And its this coaching clinic, held before the regatta, that makes this event so special. Everyone involved in the clinic are experts in their “eld including lead coach Betsy Allison, herself a top professional sailor; John Vandemoer, head sailing coach at Stanford University, and sail maker Bill Shore from Newport, who holds many championship titles. Coach Craig Guthrie from Halifax, Canada, coached Paul Tingley to a Paralympic gold medal in 2004. The Clagett has not only succeeded in its core mission of providing sailors with disabilities the tools to improve their skills and the opportunity to test them in competition, it has had a positive impact on the participants quality of life by assisting each individual achieve personal competitive goals, freedom and adventure.EDITORS NOTE: If you live in the US Virgin Islands and are disabled and know how to sail, or are interested in learning how to sail, then please contact either Commodore John Foster: fozzisnow@gmail.com or Jan Robinson: captjan2@ gmail.com. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Captain Jan Robinson is a regular contributor to All At Sea. You can “nd her monthly food column The Dish on page ? Visit Jans website: www.shiptoshoreINC.com A long way from the sunny USVI … Sonar in the fog

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78 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 British Virgin Islands Hero and entertainer, Anthony Noel Tony Snell, who has died aged 91, was the owner and star performer at the Last Resort on Bellamy Cay in the BVI, a must stop on the charter boat circuit. Coming of age in wartime Europe, Tony Snell joined the Royal Air Force and after training in the United States became a pilot under the US/UK bilateral Arnold Scheme. On one mission in 1943 his Spit“re was shot down over Sicily and he escaped two attempts on his life by Germans who thought he was a spy. During one escape attempt he was shot, a bullet lodging dangerously close to his spine, but he survived and later, with the help of partisans, managed to make his way to neutral Switzerland. Towards the end of the war he ”ew the experimental Meteors, some of the “rst ever jet airplanes. Snell was awarded the DSO, one of very few awarded exclusively for escaping from the enemy. After the war Tonys natural talent as a musician and raconteur led him into the entertainment industry and one of many venues was Londons famous Windmill Club. In the heart of red light Soho this club was famous for scantily clad, high-kicking dancing girls … Britains answer to the Folies Bergere. Other venues included American-style bars in France, various locations in Africa and several stints in THE LEGENDARY TONY SNELL the United States. In New York he met his later-to-be wife Jackie, an art director with Harpers Bazaar. It was soon after this that the travelling bug bit again but this time it was Ibiza in Spains Balearic Islands that beck-

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 79through the portals of the Last Resort: Walter Cronkite, Ted Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Morgan Freeman, Dick van Dyke, Barbara Walters and John Travolta to name but a few. When Jackie passed away in 2001, Tony went into semi-retirement; he was almost 80 years of age. Daughter Jessica, son-in-law Ben and son Jeremy took over the legendary restaurant. Later in the decade Tony decided to write his memoirs in Spit“re Troubadour chronicling a lifetime of excitement, fun and adventure. He would split his time between the UK and Bellamy Cay and on many occasions it was a great pleasure to see him make a surprise guest appearance. There have been huge outpourings of condolences in blogs, online chat forums and other media, all testaments to the grief and loss felt by his many fans and admirers. Tony is survived by son Jeremy and daughter Jessica, son-in-law Ben, grandchildren Zebedee, and Zolita. Tony Snell, born March 19 1922, died August 4 2013 All At Sea would like to thank Julian Putley for this tribute and we join Julian in sending our condolences to Tonys family. I had the pleasure of seeing Tony perform at the Last Resort many times ƒ he was a one-off, a great entertainer and an amazing guy … Ed FUN FUN SUN SUN COME HAVE MEET NEW EXPLORE THE MOREMarch 31-April 6, 2014FEEL THE WATERS T WAT EXPLORE THE PEOPLE PEO W RACING I RAC O bvispringregatta.org info@bvispringregatta.org oned. Here, whilst operating a day-sail business on a small catamaran, they heard that a young doctor by the name of Robin Tattersall, who had recently been appointed as medical of“cer to the British Virgin Islands, was looking for some help running a small charter boat company, Virgin Voyages with three Westerley 28s. They made the necessary arrangements, ”ew out, and started running the small concern in the late 60s whilst living on an old houseboat. But Tonys talent lay in the entertainment business; he was now a skilled musician, entertainer, raconteur and stand-up comedian. With the foresight that the yacht chartering industry was here to stay, he, with wife Jackie, started the Last Resort restaurant and cabaret venue. After a “re burned down their initial operation in Little Jost van Dyke they “nally leased the property on Bellamy Cay in Trellis Bay. Since opening in 1973, 40-years ago, the attraction has been a must stop on the charter boat circuit. The restaurant was known for its Gargantuan Buffet and a Years Supply of Belly Laughs. Many famous names passed Later in the decade Tony decided to write his memoirs in Spit“re Troubadour chronicling a life time of excitement, fun and adventure.

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80 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 Anguilla You take your “rst look at her, and you know shes special. Shes bold. Shes beautiful. Shes classy. She has a past. You gaze at her lines and you see shes fast. She wants to go places. Suddenly you will do anything to go there with her. The opening paragraph is taken from promotional material put out by Captain Laurie Gumbs and his partner Deborah Vos, owners and operators of the Anguilla day charter boat Tradition Day charter boats once were ten-a-penny in the Caribbean but now setting up a successful day charter business is a challenge. Countries that once turned a blind eye to undocumented boats now vigorously enforce maritime rules and regulations, and it doesnt end there. Once compliant TRADITION OF ANGUILLABY GARY E. BROWN MAKING A NAME IN THE DAY CHARTER BUSINESS Tradition sails between Anguilla and Sandy IslandPHOTO RENE GUINTO

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 81you have to carve a niche in the market and that can be the toughest job of all. The story of how Gumbs and Vos began their business should be studied by anyone thinking of entering the day charter trade. Of all the boats to put into day charter a 37-year-old, 55foot, traditional wooden sloop is not a logical choice, so why pick such a vessel? Because it was red!Ž Gumbs said. Because it encompassed everything I loved about boats. Classic. Gaff rigged. Built in the West Indies. The unique West Indian Heritage of a longtime trading vessel.Ž A wonderful answer that made me smile, but I knew that purchasing the boat was a tiny step along a bumpy road and it would be a long time before the “rst charter guests ever walked the boats deck. I wasnt wrong. The two greatest dif“culties were trying to shoehorn in the commercial requirements while ensuring that the boat retained its originality,Ž Gumbs said. I never wanted to lose the authenticity of Tradition of what she represented as a West Indian Trading Vessel.Ž Nice sentiments but they came at a high price. Wooden boats need specialized care and repair and although they may say they are skilled, not all shipwrights are quali“ed to work on traditional boats. This was driven home when work on Tradition came to a halt as carpenters, lacking the skills to complete the work they had started, turned a three week haulout into a “ve month stay on the hard. To solve the problem Gumbs ”ew in skilled shipwrights from Carriacou to take over the repairs. We [Laurie and Deb] painted, sanded, varnished, planed, rigged, sweated, and kept on going,Ž Gumbs Dominica Marine CenterEngine Sales and Repairs Dealer and agent for Northern Lights, Yanmar Marine, Mercury Marine, Suzuki Marine, Mercruiser, Cummins, Boston Whaler, and Budget Marine. Roseau +767-440-BOAT (2628) Portsmouth +767-445-4322 info@dominicamarinecenter.com Deborah and Laurie aboard TraditionPHOTO COURTESY OF DAVID RAY BRADBURY DUTCH SIDE … Bridge Operator: VHF Ch. 12 FRENCH SIDE Bridge Operator VHF Ch. 16 / Tel: (590) 87 20 43 Outbound & Inbound (Outbound Traffic proceeds Inbound Traffic) 0815 hours 1430 hours 1730 hours St. Maarten (Netherlands Antilles)/ Sint Martin (French West Indies)BRIDGE OPENING TIMES Outbound Inbound 0900 hours 0930 hours 1100 hours 1130 hours 1630 hours 1730 hoursCall Bridge Operator for permission to enter or leave Simpson Bay Lagoon. Sundays & Public Holidays0815 hours 1730 hours

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 83 Anguilla said. Some days it felt like we were never going to get the boat back in the water. But we were in it for the long haul, and we had this dream of chartering Tradition We refused to let go of the dream. Together we got through, and while all that time in St. Martin really set us back “nancially, emotionally, mentally and physically ... we kept moving forward. We had to constantly “nd the money, the energy, and the time. But we did it! And now weve just “nished our “rst season and were getting a fantastic response about Tradition Sailing Charters. Its been so incredibly gratifying for us because of all those obstacles weve had to overcome to get to this point.Ž Once a boat is in good shape and legal its time to go to work, but what to offer? Gumbs and Vos already had a lot going for them. We offered the experience of authentic West Indian history. A classic West Indian sloop with no winches, no windlasses, a rustic historical Caribbean sailing vessel,Ž Gumbs said. He added, We love to sail, we provide exceptional service, and we really care that every guest feels like theyve truly tasted a little bit of paradise.Ž Food and drink are an important part of any day charter. On Tradition lobster, champagne and “ne wines are available. And the boat tailors excursions to individual needs including romantic weddings. Gumbs and Vos are passionate about what they do and share a genuine love of sailing and the sea. Running a successful day charter business is not for the faint of heart. Captain Gumbs offers the following advice to those wanting to follow in their footsteps. Be passionate about providing great service and exceptional experiences. Pay attention to the details of maintaining your boat, of all the safety concerns that come with having guests on board, and of the products you provide. Know that during the season youre probably not going to have much of a life outside of the business. Know also that it is a weather driven business and some weeks youre going to have to reschedule a number of excursions because it simply is not safe for the boat or your guests to be out on the water. Get enough sleep! And through it all: Love what you do.Ž Info: www.tradition-sailing.com. Reservations: 264-4767245 or traditionsailing@gmail.com Gary E. Brown is the Editorial Director of All At Sea and the author of the thriller/sailing adventure Caribbean High. For information, visit: garyebrown.net Crewman Brennon Gumbs on the bow of TraditionPHOTO: JUSTIN SIHERA

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84 ALLATSEA.NET OCTOBER 2013 SOUFRIERE, ST. LUCIA Direct USA #: (347) 634 3037 Tel: (758) 459 5457 Cell: (758) 484 0708 Of“ce Cell: (758) 714 8217 Magic Jack: 951 582 6147 Magic Jack: 321 220 8961 VHF channel 16 Email: saltibusb@slucia.com ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES Direct USA #: (703) 738-6461 St. Vincent : (784) 456-4338 Bequia : (784) 458-3686 Union Island : (784) 456-4338 Canouan : (784) 456-4338 Mustique : (784) 456-4338 sam-taxi-tours@vincysurf.com GRENADA Direct USA #: 347 721 9271 Phone: (473) 444-5313 Mobile: (473) 407-0522 Fax: (473) 444-4460 VHF channel 68 Email: safari@spiceisle.com Have Some ON 7 ISLANDSGet It Done Get Fun!SERVICES INCLUDE:

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 85 Grenada BLUEBEARD ENTERPRISES 4734407260 OR 4734097260EMAIL US BLUEBEARDSPICEISLE.COM Another great day of racing took place in Grenada on July 14 when the Petite Calivigny Yacht Club (PCYC) hosted their Mott Memorial Hobie Cat Challenge. Now the proud owners of the Hobie Cat previously owned by Mott Green (one of the original founders of the Grenada Chocolate Company who sadly passed away in June), the PCYC dedicated this race to Mott to both honor his memory and to mark the debut of using this Hobie Cat in their match racing series. The weather was superb for racing, and the PCYC welcomed a record 22 entrants and a plethora of spectators. Racers were a mix of solos and doubles, youths and adults, locals and visitors, and, for the “rst time in the PCYCs match racing history, some female competitors were also out on the race course strutting their stuff! The PCYC would like to congratulate race winners Mike Bingley (1st), Dave Royce (2nd), and Richard Szyjan (3rd). Winners prizes, appropriately, were bars of Grenada Chocolate Companys organic dark chocolate. Thanks are extended to Le Phare Bleu Marina for providing the venue. For more information on club memberships or upcoming events, visit: www.pcycgrenada.comPETIT CALIVIGNY YACHT CLUB RECORD ENTRIES FOR MOTT MEMORIAL HOBIE CAT CHALLENGEBY CONNIE MARTIN Proud winners of the PCYC Mott Memorial Hobie Cat Challenge (L-R): Dave Royce (2nd), Mike Bingley (1st), and Richard Szyjan (3rd)PHOTO: CONNIE MARTIN

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OCTOBER 2013 ALLATSEA.NET 87 Aruba The “fth edition of the Aruba International Regatta drew competitors from Bonaire, Curaao, Sint Maarten and Aruba to the new regatta location in Oranjestad. With 50 sails on the water and some 100 participants, this regatta is proving that Aruba has a growing and healthy sailing scene. Weather conditions were perfect for close competition during the 52 races held in Oranjestad harbor, the islands capital. This year, the annual Budget Marine Cup was not awarded to a single boat or competitor but to the Foundation Youth Sailing Aruba, a sailing school dedicated to teaching the 7 … 14 year olds about the safety and fun of sailing. The award was given in recognition of their efforts to promote safe sailing in Aruba. The Optimist 1 class was won by Jort Hartmans, followed by Danique Prins and Tjerk Prinsen, respectively. In Optimist 2, the win went to Jesper Prins. Tijn Hartmans “nished second and Timon Prins, third. Fierce competition amongst the yachts saw Dash from Curaao, skippered by Remco van Dortmondt, hold on to last years title as fastest yacht in the ”eet. He was followed by Nawati from Bonaire skippered by Werner Haan. These two managed to outwit the Aruban yacht La Ding and the local knowledge of Captain Henk Werner who had to settle for third place. The new windward/leeward courses, designed by race ARUBA INTERNATIONAL REGATTA OPTIMIST SAILORS WIN BUDGET MARINE CUP director Anthony Hagedoorn, ensured fast tactical races. In close racing in Beach Cat class, Diederik Kamerling and Henk Hankart beat Aat Hoek and Theo Kok with only one point difference in the score after “ve races. Frenk van Kan and Patrick Melchiors “nished third. The sun“sh class was won by the Aruban Champion Richard van der Wal, followed by Ton Nuijten from Bonaire and Robbie Ferron from St. Maarten. In the windsur“ng classes, Jean Paul da Silva, a promising windsurfer from Curaao, won both the downwind slalom and the long distance in the Junior division. Ethan Westera from Aruba did the same in the Super Junior division. Race director Anthony Hagedoorn overcame initial doubts about the regattas new location and after careful study decided it was in fact the perfect venue. In an exchange of emails with regatta founder Eric Mijts, Hagedoorn said the feedback was nothing short of amazing and that Robbie Ferron, from Budget Marine, mentioned that the organization was of very high caliber and he could not remember the last time he had so much fun in a regatta. Coming from him [Mr. Ferron], it says a lot to me and is something we can both be very proud of,Ž Hagedoorn said. The 2014 Aruba International Regatta will take place August 8, 9 and 10. For more details, photos and full results, visit: www.aruba-regatta.com or “nd them on facebook. Optimists in the bluePHOTO: JUANCHO RIDDERSTAP

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92 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 2013 CaribbeanSeaCuraao Bonaire Aruba GrandCayman LittleCayman CaymanBrac Cayman Islands Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe k itos e lago de d elToro Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda AntiguaColombiaPuerto Rico a nama Jamaica Haiti Dominican RepublicVenezuelaCarriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 4 1 Port Antonio, Jamaica. Picture yourself an hotelier in paradise. The 80-uniquely designed air-conditioned suites and rooms at the luxury, Jamaica Palace Hotel, are only a two minute drive from the beaches and private coves at Port Antonio. Surrounding the building are sun-decks and a 114-foot pool in the shape of the island of Jamaica. Price: USD $7,000,000 (land and buildings only) NINO SCIUTO, Gordann Limited Real Estate Brokers info@real-estate-jamaica.com www.real-estate-jamaica-com Of“ce: (876) 364-6213 | Cell: (876) 390-0118 2 La Buena Vida, Grand Cayman. Perched high on the side of a 0.88 acre grassy hill in Buena Vista Estates, this 5BR 5BA residence offers an ambience of luxury, tranquility and West Indian charm. The main house features an oceanfront pool and gazebo, Koi ponds, generator, custom ironwork, and extensive lawns. The custom mahogany furniture is also potentially available. Price USD $5,250,000 J.C. CALHOUN, Coldwell Banker Cayman Islands Realty JC@cirealty.ky | www.coldwellbankercayman.com Of“ce: (345) 945-4411 | Cell: (345) 516-0727 Island Real Estate Guide To display your Real Estate in All At Sea contact advertising@allatsea.net Island Real Estate Guide

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OCTOBER 2013 A LL AT SE A .NE T 93 4 5 Christiansted, St. Croix. Watch the yachts sail in and seaplanes land from the top ”oor unit of this quiet waterfront condominium complex conveniently located on the western side of historic Christiansted harbor. Beaches, shops, restaurants and town are only a few minutes drive. Pool on property. Low monthly fees. Price: USD 69,000 JULIE SAN MARTIN, Team San Martin RE/MAX St. Croix Julie@teamsanmartin.com | www.teamsanmartin.com Cell: (340) 690-9040 | Of“ce: (340) 773-1048 ext. 11 3 Tortola, BVI. Enjoy one-of-a-kind top-of-the-hill views of both Cane Garden and Brewers Bay from Baywatch Villa. There are 3BR 3.5BA in the main house, plus a separate 1BR 1BA guest house with its own driveway. A wide covered verandah, courtyard center and pool makes outdoor living easy. 15 minutes outside of Road Town. Price: USD $1,875,000 BONNIE DOUGALL, Dougall & Associates Real Estate BVI info@realestatebvi.net | www.realestatebvi.net Of“ce: (284) 495-3003Gros Islet, Saint Lucia. Overlook your own personal 40-boat marina or step right out on the beach from these “ve-star luxury apartments. Theres a small selection of two and three bed fully-furnished properties for sale. Equipped with full cooking and laundry facilities. Restaurants, gym, tennis courts and pools on property. Available as a private home or as a rental income property. Price: USD $1,300,000 (2 bedroom) MICHAEL GREEN, The Landings St. Lucia michaelG@thelandingsstlucia.com www.thelandingsstlucia.com Of“ce: (758) 452-0422 | Cell: (758) 716-0799 Located adjacent to and directly behind STYC, this end of "Port Lane" gated compound boasts two family residences, each 3bdrm/2bath as well as a small boatyard on .810 acres. Income producer.O ered by owner/builder: $899,000 Email tkozyn@yahoo.com for appt. REDUCED PRICE! ST. THOMAS, USVI

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Check out www.littleships.com for more details on these listings and others! 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! $29K 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 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 Bullet proof Steel blue water circumnavigator. Ready to go. $149K 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! $349K Offers! 2001 Lagoon 410. New engines, Recent rig. All new electronics. Clean. Offers! SAGA 35. Clean with plenty liveaboard upgrades. Offers! 48 Ft Alliaura Privi Transcat POWERCAT. Twin Yanmars Bullet proof, Liveaboard. Offers! 1984 CSY 44 Cutter. Deep Draft Version. Everything new $79K 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 Offers!! Macgregor 65. Awesome machineƒ best condition ever Offers! 1978 Ontario Sloop Very well equipped Blue water ready OFFERS! 1988 Beneteau Oceanis 432 Two owners since new. Fully equipped for Circumnavigatingƒ. 1994 Fountaine Pajot Venezia. Loaded and beautiful. Call for survey $239K 2000 Jeanneau 40 Ft Deck Saloon. Well presented $79K 1992 Whistock 62 Aluminium Sloop. Awesome superyacht to be. Needs finishing off $295K 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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98 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 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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100 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 2013 Brokerage 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. 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Located in St Barts, F.W.I. TARIFF 250 000 EUROS SEMI SUBMERSIBLE BOAT FOR SALE Contact Capt Franck Noury: + 59 0690 56 46 56 SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.net

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102 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 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 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. $132,000 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 US4as4seen4at4zolly4Qarbour4Loatyard;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 Model UB 15SC on Hyphalon, Yamaha F 60 4 Stroke with only 96 hours, V Shape Hull, 4 Chambers, Garmin 545S with Depth“nder, Batt. Charge, Bimini Top, Trailer, Yamaha Digital Gauges, Everything like new. For more photos send E-mail to: diver828@ gmail. com. Boat in P.R., Asking price 17,900 Can do arrangements for shipping to U.S. OR BVI ISLANDS (787) 310-1938 2008 CARIBE RIB 151984 BENETEAU FIRST 35. 4 Classic4cruiserWracer4or4a4liveaboard54 Rooks4and4sails4like4a4Swan54zust4

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OCTOBER 2013 A LL AT SE A .NE T 103 Brokerage BRIG AB INFLATABLES WORLDWIDE SHIPPING 2000 South Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 yachttenders@gmail.com | www.tendercareboats.com | 954-888-8877

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104 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 2013 ALL POINTSMARINE Factory Certi ed Technicians:Compass Point Marina 6300 Estate Frydenhoj #22 St. Thomas 00802 Tel: (340) 775-9912tracychance01@gmail.com Big or small, we do it all! FREE DELIVERY ON DISCOUNT BULK ORDERS OF OIL, FILTERS AND PARTS A A L L L L L L P P O O O O I N N N T T T S S S M M M M A A R R I I N N E E E a a an d d d CF F F R R Ya a c ch t t S S Sa l le e e s s Call Tracy Chance!Brokerage

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OCTOBER 2013 A LL AT SE A .NE T 105 Marketplace 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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106 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 2013 Over 30 Years Experience in South FloridaWe can provide superior coverage at lower cost. Call Joe for a fast quote! 305-992-3482www.kolisch.net Email: joe@kolisch.netKolisch Marine Insurance INSURANCEYACHT INSURANCE BROKERS Marketplace UK SAILMAKERS MIAMI+1-305-567-1773 ukmiami@bellsouth.net Your NEW Sails Delivered Caribbean Wide FREE QUOTE Over 30 Years Experience Adventure High School A full Boarding High School Program ashore & at sea. Individualized Study Programs: 1 month Leadership Training, 3 month Tutoring Programs & full High School Education resulting in a Diploma. Full Business School with hands-on training while running real business' with skilled professionals. Education that prepares you for life should be an ADVENTURE!www.AdventureHighSchool.org Within the USA (800) 927-9503 From the Caribbean (727) 798-1099 Marine Parts: From injectors to complete rebuilds Electronics Outboard Motors Sales & Service Caribbean Wide Shippingoce: 954.312.8529 cell: 954.245.8419don@donsmobilemarine.com donsmobilemarine@yahoo.com Dont be Caught Offshore! FAJARDO Canvas & Sail Tel: 787-863-3761fajardocanvasandsail@gmail.com !"#!"$!From France ATN Multihull Trampoline Netting High UV Resistance Racing or Cruising Custom Made or Factory Replacement Several Styles to Choose From Email for a quote! SAILING HARDWARE: www.nautos-usa.com Annual slips available. Minutes to the bay. New trawler port coming soon with oating dock.Jackson Creek | Deltaville, VATel: 804-776-9812www.deltavillemarina.com Ed Peake oted BEST DOCKMASTER by Chesapeake Bay Magazine Full Service Marina Modern Facilities Friendly Service Transient Dockage Newly Dredged Channel 9MLW Well Protected Home of Deltaville Boatyard 75 Ton Travelift with 25 Beam

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OCTOBER 2013 A LL AT SE A .NE T 107 Marketplace Tel: 340-779-1660 Cell: 340-513-1660 E-mail: yachts@islands.vi Compass Point Marina 6300 Estate Frydenhoj, Suite 28 St. Thomas, USVI 00802-1411 St. Thomas Yacht Sales St. Thomas Yacht Sales DEALER, DISTRIBUTOR, PARTS & SERVICE HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE. Landfall has the gear you need from ACR, Mustang, Revere, Winslow, C-Map/Jeppesen, Navionics, Musto, SLAM, Gill, Henri Lloyd, and more. WE SHIP DAILY TO THE CARIBBEAN. All it takes is a call or click. Visit us online to get our new 2013 Out“ tting catalog, and like us on Facebook for exclusive specials. Shop online anytime! 800-941-2219landfallnav.com 2013 Landfall Navigation. All rights reserved. SAFETY | NAVIGATION | REFERENCE | WEAR ARE YOU READY? Ocean Signal Rescue Me PLB1 Musto LPX Jacket and Salopette WORLDS SMALLEST PLB

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108 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 2013 Marketplace Let Hydrovane sail you home safelyAutopilot fails Batteries are dead Engine wont start Steering broken Rudder damaged Crew incapacitatedWHAT IF...Totally independent self-steering system and emergency rudder.... in place and ready to go. NO WORRIES WITH HYDROVANEinfo@hydrovane.comWauquiez PS 43 with o-center installation WWW.HYDROVANE.COM 1-604-925-2660 We can t any transom! HART SYSTEMS, INC. PH 253-858-8481 FAX 253-858-8486www.tanktender.com TANK TENDERAccurate tank soundings have never been easier when one TANK TENDER monitors up to ten fuel and water tanks. Reliable non-electric and easy to install. THE ORIGINAL PRECISION TANK MEASURING SYSTEM! AUTOMOTIVE & MARINEST. THOMAS, USVI VI Starters and Alternators (340) 514-3222Melvin DonovanRebuilder melloauto1@aol.com 6113 Estate Frydenhoj, 2-Y St. Thomas, USVI 00802 MUST CALL FOR NEW LOCATION AND DELIVERY 646 3,876 sq. ft. Due to the relocation of Budget Marine to larger premises. IDEAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR MARINE TRADES AND RETAIL. Space available in the busy boatyard and 140 berth marina located within the largest residential (over 600 homes) marine development in the Leeward Islands. Anti g u a Jolly Harbour Marina & BoatyardCOMMERCIAL SPACE FOR RENT For further details contact:Jo Lucas (268) 464-6959 or Festus Issac (268) 464-6971 St. Kitts Marine Works"Quality Service at a Great Price!"164 Ton Travelift Yachts Up to 35' beam / 120' long "24 Hour Security"www.skmw.net +1 869 662 8930 Volume 4 2011A Must-Have Guide to North America, Central America & Caribbean Ports for Yachts 100 Feet & Above Volume 5 2012Volume 4 2011 A Must-Have Guide to North America, Central America & Caribbean Ports for Yachts 100 Feet & Above Eastern Canada New England MidAtlantic Southeast US Bahamas Caribbean Central America Mexico Southwest US Paci“ c Northwest Southeast Alaska Volume 6 2013 YACHTESSENTIALS A MUST HAVE port to port guide to North America Central America The Caribbean WWW.YACHTESSENTIALS.COM

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OCTOBER 2013 A LL AT SE A .NE T 109 Marketplace Chillin on your Yacht in the Caribbean...Parts & Power are the Caribbean Distributors for the Dometic range of air-conditioning and refrigeration. You can cruise in comfort with Dometic, the world-leading supplier of cooling equipment for pleasure boats ranging from weekend pleasure craft to superyachts. A marriage of innovative design and the highest standard of quality ensures that Dometic products ful ll and surpass the expectations of the most discerning boat owner. Parts & Power and Dometic … together we bring new meaning to Chillin in the Caribbean. Head O ce & Warehouse: Port Purcell, Tortola, BVIVisit our website to nd your local dealer in the Caribbean: www.partsandpower.com info@partsandpower.com Tel: 284-494-2830 Fax: 284-494-6972 MoFab MoFab Falmouth Harbour, Antigua 268 764 9353 metalmo_7@candw.ag b Welding, Fabrication and Machining Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Bronze, Carbon Steel Repairs and New Builds, Bimini Frames, Pulpits, Deck Hardware, etc %%&'()* )+%&&&&%, %&-%&*,&. //%&%,0%%0*)&%&& '10,0+0+&/,%01-% 20%&234$1&$!1 5.-%%,''+. ,2&/%,6'/7 %*%&%,'0 %,'8%&'0 9:!46)&%;6< 4+%''0(406) 889-3586

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112 A LL AT SE A .NE T OCTOBER 2013 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON Busy? Jan says eat more foods that are good for you! What can I say; I love to eat, cook, entertain, take photos and, lately, exercise. A wonderful way to workoff some of the calories and keep out of the doctors of“ce is to eat more foods that are good for you. Below is a meal to get you started when you have guests coming over ƒLEMON MARINATED VEGETABLESPrep time: 15 minutes. Cooking time: 15 minutes. Serves: 8 10 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 1/3 cup fresh lemon juice cup fresh basil leaves, snipped (about 2 Tbsp) 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 Tbsp Dijon-style mustard tsp each of fresh ground sea salt and black pepper For vinaigrette: Combine oil, lemon juice, basil, garlic, mustard, salt and pepper in a screw-top jar. Cover and shake well. Set aside. In a large saucepan, with a small amount of boiling water, cook carrots, covered for 4 minutes. Add green beans and cook, covered for 8 minutes more or until vegetables are crisptender. Drain and rinse with ice cold water. Place the green beans, carrots, sweet peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes in a large bowl, not plastic. Pour vinaigrette over vegetables. Cover and refrigerate for 4 to 24 hours stir occasionally to distribute vinaigrette. To serve: bring vegetables to room temperature. Drain and arrange decoratively on a platter.PAN SEARED SWORDFISH WITH PEACHESPrep time: 10 minutes. Cooking time: 6 minutes. Serves: 2 or 4 2 (8 oz) sword“sh steaks, about 1 inch thick Fresh ground pepper 2 Tbsp olive oil 2 large peaches, stones removed and cut into slices 2 Tbsp low sodium soy sauce Rub ground pepper into sword“sh and let sit 5 minutes. In a bowl, combine soy sauce, honey, salt, pepper and ginger; mix well. Add peaches, stirring to coat. Heat frying pan or saucepan over medium-high heat and pour in peaches. Saut until peaches are heated through. Heat heavy skillet over medium high heat and add oil. Add sword“sh steaks and cook 3 minutes, turn over, cook another 3 minutes. Remove from pan, place on heated serving plate, spoon peaches over “sh. Sprinkle with green onion and parsley. Serve with a nice salad.COTTAGE CHEESE FLUFFPrep time: 10 minutes. Serves: 6 3 cups low fat cottage cheese 2 (3 oz) pkgs sugar-free lemon ”avored Jell-O mix 1 (8 oz) container lite frozen whipped topping, thawed Place the cottage cheese in a food processor and blend until creamy. Whisk in the ”avored gelatin powder then fold in the thawed whipped topping. Serve immediately or refrigerate until serving. Note: You can use any ”avor Jell-O. Capt. Jan Robinsons Ship to Shore Cookbook Collection is available at your local marine or bookstore. Visit www.shiptoshoreINC.com email CapJan@aol.com Tel: 704-277-6521. Dont miss the new cookbook added to Jans collection: DINING ON DECK CALORIES COUNT pound fresh green beans, trimmed 12 oz baby carrots with tops, washed and trimmed 1 red and 1 yellow sweet bell peppers, sliced lb small mushrooms 1 cup cherry tomatoes 1 Tbsp honey 2 tsp fresh grated ginger Pinch of kosher salt Fresh ground pepper 1 green onion, chopped cup chopped parsley

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