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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN WOMEN AT THE HELM THE RISE OF ONEDESIGN RACING AIS PADDLEBOARDING: Painkiller CupCRUISING: Dominican Republic Inside: New Multihull Rating System FREEMARCH 2014

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8 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Editors Log This edition of All At Sea has something for everyone who loves the Caribbean and watersports. Yacht racing, cruising, “shing, navigation, rallies, stand up paddleboarding (SUP) and more. I have to admit that SUP has me baf”ed. In the past, whenever I saw someone paddling a windsurfer without a mast through a group of anchored yachts, my “rst thought was they were up to no good and I would stare at them until they went away. Now it seems that everyone is standing up to do their thing on a paddleboard and Im thinking of giving it a try. I mean, if its good enough for winning Americas Cup Skipper Jimmy Spithill and his Antiguan sidekick Shannon Falcone, then its time to get with the program. You can read about the exploits of these two winning sailors at the BVI Painkiller Cup on page 52. And remember to keep your eye on the horizon for paddleboarders over the next few months, especially wobbly ones, it could be me. Technology waits for no man and that is obvious with all the new electronic gadgetry to be found on even the most modest of boats these days. And keeping up with these advances can be a daunting task. Although most manufacturers have improved their instruction booklets, making them easier to understand and less brain-numbing than user guides of the past, they are still a mine“eld for the technically challenged. Of course, if you are at the stage where you are opening the box of your new electronic wizardry, the chances are you know what it does and are happy to dig through the half-adead tree-in-the-plastic-bag for the installation instructions, while at the same time reaching for the wire crimpers. However, as a discussion with a fellow customer at my local chandlery proves, not all of us actually know what some of the new gadgets do or at least are capable of. For instance, Automatic Identi“cation Systems (AIS). On page 48, our technical writer Glenn Hayes discusses the pros and cons of various types of AIS, a piece of kit that some say, given a choice, they would buy instead of radar. The weight of command can weigh heavy on ones shoulders and anyone in charge of a watercraft of any kind will “nd they have to make some serious decisions, often quickly. Saying No!Ž can be the hardest decision of all, especially if it means another uncomfortable night on a bumpy sea when Gary E. Brown, Editor a quiet port lies close at hand. In place of his usual humorous musings, this month Capn Fatty Goodlander turns a gnarly weather eye on the serious business of decision making at sea. Having completed two circumnavigations and with a third underway, Fatty has made thousands of decisions while on the briny. The sea has a way of quickly showing you if the decision made was the right one. As Fatty points out, sometimes the right decision is an emphatic: NO.Ž March, glorious March. Spring is in the air, seas are blue, beaches shimmer golden in the sun and yachting season is in full swing. Not only is our quest to bring you the best of whats happening around the Caribbean each month, All At Sea encourages everyone to go out and experience all the amazing things our region has to offer. If youre land bound, then visit a marina, yacht club, or dive center and see if theres something you might like to try. Speak to people on boats, they love to talk and answer questions and perhaps that will encourage you to take the “rst step into water sports. If you are on a boat, then spend more time ashore exploring the wonders and natural beauty of our islands. Talk to the locals; learn about their rich heritage, history and culture. Having fun? Share your stories with All At Sea tell us where you are, what you are doing, what you are enjoying and why. We want to hear from you! Email: gary@allatsea.net KEEP CALM AND READ THE INSTRUCTIONSSee you on the water! Making it look easyPHOTO: BILL EBBESEN

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10 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 FEATURES 54 CARIBBEAN STUDENTS LEARN THE FOUR RS Reading, Writing, Arithmetic & Regattas COVER SHOT: 2013 OtterBox Melges 32 Virgin Island Sailing Series Event No. 1, Virgin Gorda | Photo: 2013 JOY, IM32CATHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE 54 March 2014 32 FISHING Fishing Pro“le: Trinidad & Tobagos Capt. Gerard Frothy de Silva Dominican Republic New Bill“shing Hot Spot36 RACING CIRCUIT One-Design vs. Handicap Measured Multihull Rating System Comes to the Caribbean Regattaguru.com42 POWERBOATING What to Look for in a Center Console: Warranties46 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING Women at the Helm48 TECHNOLOGY AIS Advancing Navigation Technology52 PADDLEBOARDING Hawaiians Win BVI Painkiller Cup88 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE90 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE 102 MARKETPLACE 110 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 112 CARIBBEAN DINING Fruits and Vegetables ... Low in Fat, High in Vitamins Continued on page 12 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?20 CARIBBEAN NEWS23 EVENT CALENDAR26 SAILING HUMOR Saying No!Ž Sailing with Charlie: Safety

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12 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP58 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC A Different Kind of Cruisers Playground63 PUERTO RICO In Focus: Jose Yoyo Berrios66 ST. BARTHLEMY Saint Barthlemy 2013 New Years Eve Parade69 ANTIGUA Christmas Caribbean Rally 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 March 2014 74 MARTINIQUE Martinique: The Belle Island78 BARBADOS Mount Gay Round Barbados Race SeriesRESOURCES 84 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 86 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS58 PHOTO BY TASHA HACKER

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14 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS TO AL & MAGGIE AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA This winter Al Hickey and Maggie Salter are exploring the Caribbean in their Stevens Custom 53 sloop Sweet Dreams but ”ew home from Antigua to be with Als family over Christmas. Exchanging sun and sand for the thrills of the ski slopes, they headed out for the North Peak chairlift at Sunday River Ski Resort in Newry, Maine. Unable to put thoughts of reaching through the trades out of their minds completely, they took the Caribbeans favorite waterfront magazine All At Sea with them! 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 63 In Focus: Jose Yoyo Berrios, Club Nautico de San Juan Director of Sailing & Head Coach B d Sa

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 15 CaribbeanSeaBonaire Montserrat U.S. Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla St.Maarten/St.Martin St.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad St. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines St. Lucia St. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda Antigua Puerto Rico Carriacou Marie-Galante St. Eustatius Saba U.S.V.I. B.V.I. PAGE 69 Christmas Caribbean Rally: The Modern Caribbean Dream PAGE 78 Mount Gay Round Barbados Series B

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SANTA BARBARA BEACH & GOLF RESORT CuraaoMARINAS: SAFE HARBOR AT BARBARA BEACH MARINA SERU BOCA MARINA Located at the entrance to Spanish Water (and adjacent to the Santa Barbara Beach and Golf Resort) lies this compact super yach t marina offering 6 berths for large yachts up to 150ft in length. Marina facilities include electric power (127v 30A, 220v 50A, 380v 250A 50hz), water, Wi-Fi and 2 4hr security service. A bar/restaurant is on site. The marina is part of the Santa Barbara Plantation development which features the Santa Barbara Beach and Golf Reso rt (see RESORT section for details of facilities available). Complementary RESORT day passes are available at the marina of“ce for owners and crew. A second stag e development plan includes a 400 berth marina facility (with 20-25 major Super yacht berths) and general boat repair and yard facilities in the protected waters of nearby Fuikbaai. Located in the protected waters of Spanish Water bay, the marina consists of ”oating docks which can accommodate 120 yachts, wi th the largest berths able to accommodate yachts up to 80 ft long and 15ft draft. Marina facilities include electric power (127v and 220v 50hz), water, Wi-Fi and 24hr security service. The marina is adjacent to the Seru Boca Estate and located on the 2,000 acre Santa Barbara Plantation which includes The Santa Barb ara Beach and Golf Resort (see RESORT section). Seru Boca Marina Manager, Cees De Jong welcomes all visiting yachts and simply requests that Captains con tact the marina of“ce well in advance to reserve a berth. Contact Marina Manager Cees de Jong for reservations for both Marinas Tel: +5999 840 0082 Cell: +5999 560 2599 Email: marinas@santabarbaraplantation.com VHF 67 for more information Website: www.santabarbararesortcuracao.comGOLF: OLD QUARRY GOLF COURSE RESORT: THE SANTA BARBARA BEACH AND GOLF RESORT The Santa Barbara Beach and Golf Resort has an exciting 18 hole Pete Dye designed championship par 72 Golf Course. At just unde r 7,000 yards in length, the Old Quarry Golf Course offers a visually stunning experience for the beginner, intermediate and advanced golfer alike. The course, which begins at the Resort, also features a full-service club house, a driving range, golf grill, pro shop, lockers and club storage facility. So whether you are looking for a phenomenal gol“ng getaway, or just a round or two for your clients or crew, this Curaao facility is a perfect choice. Tel#: +5999 840 6886 Website: www.oldquarrygolfcuracao.com Email: oldquarrygolf@santabarbaraplantation.com Offering views that are second-to-none, the Santa Barbara Beach and Golf Resort is the islands top luxury resort and perfect ly situated on two bodies of water the Caribbean Sea and the large inland bay known as Spanish Water. Located on one of the few remaining natural preserve peninsulas in the Caribbean, the hotel offers a choice of 350 deluxe rooms including luxury suites; 2 “ne dining restaurants; the full-service Atabei spa and salon (with a 24hour “tness centre); 4 clay tennis courts; 3 outdoor pools with poolside grill, lounge and cabana area; the 18-hole Pete Dye designed Old Quarry championship golf course; 18,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space and a compact dedicated Super yacht dock with 6 berths for vessels up to 150ft. Tel#: +5999 840 1234 Website: www.santabarbararesortcuracao.com Email: reservations@sbrcuracao.com

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20 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Horizon Charters and Budget Marine donate to St. Maarten Sea Rescue FoundationThe Sint Maarten Sea Rescue foundation received new allweather GILL jackets donated by Budget Marine and Horizon Charters in January. Conditions around the island keep Sea Rescue busy and they often return to base cold and wet after responding to distress calls. The GILL all-weather jackets will keep the team visible, warm and dry while out on a shout. Made up of volunteers and funded entirely by donations from the community, St. Maarten Sea Rescue is on standby 24/7 to assist mariners and other sea-goers in distress. For more information or to make a donation, tel: +1-721-520 4133 or +1-721-588 0670. Email: sxmsearescue@gmail.comNew immigration policy for yachts visiting GrenadaA recent press release issued by the Marine & Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) notes two changes that will affect yachts visiting that country. Part one deals with extension of stay. The release says that in recognition of Grenadas popularity as a base for all types of yachts, Grenada Immigration has changed its policy on extension of visas for yachting visitors. A three month stay is now generally granted on arrival if requested, and this can subsequently be extended up to 12 months. Once the 12 months period has been reached, there is no requirement to leave and re-enter. If Immigration are satis“ed that the visitor has the means to leave should the need arise, and has not violated the terms of their visitors visa, their stay can be extended for up to another 12 months if requested, with ongoing 12 month extensions granted at the discretion of the Immigration department. Part two of the release states that Embarkation tax will increase from EC$1 to EC$20. This will be paid on departure by yacht, and is levied on each person aboard who is not bona “de crew … passengers and those not involved in the operation of the yacht. Typically this will not be levied on a cruising couple running their yacht, but may be on any Sint Maarten Sea Rescue in their new foul weather jackets

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22 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 News additional people on board, at the discretion of the Immigration Of“cer. The release notes that in presenting the Bill to the legislators, Tourism Minister Alexandria Otway…Noel said that the measure will put Grenadas departure tax for persons on board a yacht on par with other regional territories. For more information, contact: mayagadmin2@gmail.comFamiliar faces at new Turks & Caicos marinaLooking for a fuel stop between the Caribbean and Florida? The Blue Haven Resort and Marina on the northeastern tip of the island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos is now open. Conveniently located 550 miles southeast of Miami, the marina is the perfect stop while sailing to and from the Dominican Republic. Being smart, the owners recruited Adam Foster and Portia Mogal, from St Lucia, to manage the new facilities, so you will see familiar faces when you arrive at the docks. Channel depth at the marina entrance is 8.5ft at low water and the marina can accommodate yachts up to 220ft. Premium fuel services are available with low sulphur diesel and gasoline at the pumps. For more info, visit: www.bluehaventci.com or email Adam at afoster@bluehaventci.com Antiguan Optimist Team Compete at Orange Bowl RegattaA team of Optimist sailors made their supporters proud while taking part in the highly competitive Orange Bowl Regatta run by the Coconut Grove Sailing Club in Miamis Biscayne Bay. Having put in a huge amount of effort during intensive training in all kinds of conditions, Rocco Falcone, Louis Bavay and Jalice Gordon took on the 250 boat ”eet with con“dence, “nishing 45th, 56th and 199th, respectively. The Team and parents thanked coach Magnus Brun for his dedication to training the youths and thanked Carlo Falcone for donating an excellent location for the Team to do brie“ng and debrie“ng … both crucial parts of any training program. Team members worked hard at their own fund-raising efforts by selling made-to-order crepes at various venues. Royal British Virgin Islands Yacht ClubIn March, the Royal BVI Yacht Club are running a series of clinics under the guiding hand of Katelyn Woodman, head race coach of Frenchmans Bay Yacht Club, Canada. The clinics are for Optimists (Tuesday 18th, 25th March) and 420s (Sunday 16th, 23rd & 30th March). For more information, email Lauren: instructor@royalbviyc.org News from Curaao MarineCuraao Marine has taken delivery of their new 60 ton Roodberg trailer. The towed trailer will work alongside the existing 40 ton trailer enabling the yard to service large monohulls as well as multihulls. In a press release, Curaao Marine said the new trailer is capable of handling boats of 80ft LOA, 7ft draft, and with a beam of 20ft for monohulls and 40ft for multis. For info, visit: www.curacaomarine.com or call: + (599 9) 465 8936 Adam Foster and Portia Mogal The new boat trailer at Curaao Marine

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 23 FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET GUADELOUPEAPRIL 25Guadeloupe to Antigua Race Sailing Regatta www.antiguayachtclub.comMAY 7 … 11Triskell Guadeloupe Tour Sailing Regatta www.triskellcup.com organisation@ triskellcup.com 0690-49-57-57ST. BARTHELEMY (ST. BARTH)MARCH 27 … 30 St. Barth Bucket Regatta Sailing Regatta www.bucketregattas.com hank@bucketregattas.com 401-965-3256ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTINMARCH 6 … 9St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Sailing Regatta www.heinekenregatta.com regatta@heineken regatta.com +599 544 2079ST. THOMAS, USVIMARCH 28 … 30St. Thomas International Regatta Sailing Regatta www.rolexcupregatta.com styc@vipowernet.net 340-775-6320TORTOLA, BVIMARCH 31 … APRIL 6BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival Sailing Regatta www.bvispringregatta.org info@bvispringregatta.org 284-494-3286EVENT 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. ANTIGUAMARCH 8 … 9AYC Annual Laser Open Sailing Regatta www.antiguayachtclub.com yachtclub@candw.ag 268-460-1799APRIL 17 … 22Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta Sailing Regatta www.antiguaclassics.com info@antiguaclassics.com 268-460-1799APRIL 26 Yachting World Round Antigua Race Sailing Regatta www.sailingweek.comAPRIL 26 … MAY 2 Antigua Sailing Week Sailing Regatta www.sailingweek.com info@sailingweek.com 268-462-8872BEQUIAAPRIL 17 … 21Bequia Easter Regatta Sailing Regatta www.begos.com/ easterregatta bsc@vincysurf.comDOMINICAN REPUBLICMARCH 22 … 23Casa de Campo Blue Marlin Classic Tournament Fishing Tournament www.marinacasade campo.com.doGRENADAMARCH 5 … 9South Grenada Regatta Sailing Regatta www.southgrenada regatta.com ULTRAFEED Sewing Mchines Ourportblepower-houseUltrfeedSewing Mchinesrenowvilblein NEWPACKAGES(st rtingt!) Withsuperiorsewingperformncend gretverstilitytheUltrfeedisdesignedto mkeworkingwithlyersofhevycnvs thickmterilsndsilclothesy!Lernmoret wwwsilritecomPtents NEW 2014 Mrine Ctlog 800.48.2769 wwwsilritecom ctlog-request

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24 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 News Rhne Findlay to represent St. Maarten at World Laser Radials ChampionshipsSeventeen-year-old Sint Maarten sailor Rhne Findlay will represent AHO and St. Maarten at the 2014 Youth World Laser Radial Championships in Travira, Portugal, July 11-14. Since winning his “rst Inter Island Optimist race in the Anguilla Youth Dinghy Regatta in 2008, Findlay has racked up an impressive rsum of regatta wins including the Caribbean Laser Championships 2013. www.rhone“ndlay.com Spring Preview: A busy season in St. BarthAs of January, over 35 maxi yachts had registered for the annual St Barth Bucket, a prestigious regatta for sailboats over 100ft in length. With a captains brie“ng and owners party on March 27, plus three days of challenging sailing on March 28-30, the Bucket is a highlight on the nautical calendar in Saint Barth. The Bucket is followed by Les Voiles de Saint Barth (April 14-19), which is expecting as many as 70 boats of various sizes, and the arrival of the Transat Ag2r, a twohanded transatlantic race from France, at the end of April. The 6th annual West Indies Regatta takes place May 1-4, and includes an artisanal market with Caribbean products, from coffee and chocolate to arts and crafts, on the dock. For more details, visit: For www.saintbarth-tourisme.com Taylor Can“eld named Virgin Islands Sailor of the YearSt. Thomas … Taylor Can“eld has been awarded the coveted title of Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year for 2013 by the Virgin Islands Sailing Association (VISA). Due to the recent success of several Virgin Islands sailors, the Virgin Islands Sailing Association felt it was important to recognize these accomplishments,Ž explains VISA president, Phillip Shannon. Taylors unprecedented World Championship in match racing was the perfect time to initiate this award. Taylor is the “rst to be awarded Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year. Accepting the award, Can“eld said: It is incredible how many great sailors have come from such a small island. I am sure it was a tough decision as there are plenty of other sailors who deserve this award. I would not have been so successful in 2013 without my team. I would like to accept the award for the entire US One Sailing Team, consisting primarily of Rod Dawson, Hayden Goodrick, Mike Rehe, Dan Morris, and Brian Janney.Ž MERCURY MARINE CELEBRATED ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARY ON JANUARY 22Mercury was founded by E. Carl Kiekhaefer in 1939 when he purchased a bankrupt engine manufacturing plant in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, not far from the Kiekhaefer family farm. The plant assets included 300 outboard engines that had been rejected by a large mail-order retailer due to defects and operating problems. Hoping to transform the engines into working capital to fund the future business he envisioned … magnetic separators for the dairy farm industry … Mr. Kiekhaefer redesigned, rebuilt and sold the engines to the retailer that had initially rejected them. The engines sold immediately and Kiekhaefer suddenly found himself in the marine engine business. Mercury will celebrate its 75th anniversary throughout 2014 in ways that will re”ect our strong heritage of innovation and leadership in the marine industry,Ž said Mark Schwabero, president of Mercury Marine. We will conduct events in locations around the world that will engage our customers, suppliers, employees and communities and will recognize the roles those people and entities have played in establishing the foundation of our business and our future.Ž Mercury directs the activities of more than 5,400 employees in dozens of countries from its global headquarters in Fond du Lac, Wis., and works hand in hand with more than 4,200 dealers and distributors around the world. Were excited about sharing this celebration with those who have helped us grow and succeed,Ž Mr. Schwabero said. Mercurys year-long 2014 celebration plans include events in various locations throughout the world. Taylor Canfield, Virgin Islands Sailor of the Year for 2013PHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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26 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014SAYING NO!Ž BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor A pimply-face kid„totally ignorant of the sea„taught me an important, lifelong lesson. It was somewhere in the Carolinas, along the Intra Coastal Waterway, on the east coast of America. He was a dock jockey at a rickety old marina, and I was a tired yachtie running south, away from winter. I swung alongside his fuel dock and refueled nervously as there was a considerable chop and crosswind pushing me onto the piling. Besides, there were a number of vessels waiting. We were near an inlet, so there was a considerable tidal current running as well. While Carolyn was paying for the diesel, I surveyed the hodgepodge collection of docks. Put her in D12 for the night,Ž the kid told me. ƒ cant ,Ž I said. What do you mean cant ?Ž asked the kid.  Cant or wont „whatever,Ž I replied. That corner getting into D12 is tight. Theres a cross wind and about a two knot current. Im scared Ill end up swept down. I want to spend the night resting, not “lling out insurance forms ƒŽ You just buy the boat?Ž the kid sneered. Yeah,Ž I said breezily, being on my 25th year of cruising. I did. And Im not too good at handling it. How bout putting me on the end of D dock„where I can power into the tidal stream, not have it on my transom?Ž The kid was making a big deal of it. Well, I suppose that one would be a lot easier if you were having dif“culty handling your vessel.Ž It was noisy and confusing inside the baitshop/fuel shed. People were arriving and leaving and buying ice and paying slip fees„and somewhere in between all this chaos, the kid assigned D12 to a twin screw powerboat with a ”ying bridge. I “gured the guy was a local, familiar with the area and its currents, and knew how to effectively use his two engines. Wrong.

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 27A few minutes later, we heard shouting and the panicked roar of big engines in big trouble. People were running. CRASH! The corner of the powerboaters transom clipped a protruding bowsprit, and this pushed his bow to port into the transom of a houseboat. Instead of doing nothing and minimizing the damage„he panicked and gunned it. Stanchions snapped. Outriggers fell. Flag staffs broke. His bow anchor hooked a stern-rail mounted BBQ grill„and carried off both, dangling. It was bedlam. Idiot,Ž the kid said under his breath, watching half the boats in his marina being needlessly damaged. Yah, lots of those around here-ah,Ž I said in my best Downeast accent. ƒ whats that mean?Ž asked the kid. It means I rest my case,Ž I said as I turned away. No is one of the most important words in a captains vocabulary. This is especially true if youre a professional delivery skipper. I was once ”own to Newport to deliver a racing boat to England„with the owner aboard so he could learn the arts of offshore “rst hand. The boat was supposed to be brand new and completely sea-trialed, or„as they always tell you, All set to go!Ž The people who tell you that a boat is all set to go are usually the people who arent going. The owner was„or he considered himself to be„a hotshot racer who was a tad short on offshore experience. He was a lawyer from Albany, New York, and at least knew enough to know that going transatlantic was beyond his skill set. Nonetheless, when I arrived he gave me a chart and weather course to acclimate me to the task ahead, and then said, Well leave on Thursday, the day after tomorrow.Ž We went down to the boat. It was a fast & light design, sure, but it was also built like crap. It was strictly an around the buoys design. Id have to nurse it across the Pond. The “rst thing I did was grab a hose laying on the dock and gently ”ow some water over the cabin trunk. The deadlights didnt just leak„they gushed. One was dripping right into the SSB; the other on the port bunk. This boat has never been offshore, has it?Ž No,Ž he said, but dont worry. I launched it in a small lake behind my home„and prepared it for offshore there.Ž I looked at the ree“ng system. At “rst glance, it appeared the clew line on the second reef might be led wrong. On second glance, both reef lines were wrong. The boat has never been reefed?Ž Well,Ž he said, its all set to. I followed the drawing in the Harken catalog exactly. But, no, I have never actually reefed it because, you know, theres not much wind on the lake.Ž

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28 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014It looks straight-forward on the chart,Ž he said. Thats what worries me,Ž I said. Most of the vessels that are lost have a very con“dent guy at the helm„otherwise, they wouldnt be lost!Ž But, hey, seriously ,Ž the guy said, Ill go “rst. I have radar, a night vision camera, and a forward-reading depth sounder. I think I can make it. Im sure Carolyn would like to be in safe harbor tonight.Ž I didnt say it but I thought: what part of no dont you understand? The following day, I heard he was yakking on me about being timid and paranoid. Any idiot could have done it,Ž he was saying with a self-satis“ed smile. Exactly. A few days later he was telling me of his recent Euro cruise„and how hed been hauled out for many months in Portugal. When questioned, he admitted that hed been coming into a harbor at night, with all his marvelous toys whirling and twirling and swirling and beeping, when ƒŽ At night?Ž I said, my ears perking up. ƒ but it was not my fault ,Ž he said,  The chart was wrong! Ž I managed (barely) not to chuckle. I love these ultra common excuses such as, unbeknownst to me, there was a drain on the batteries and the weather report predicted only 30 knots but it was gusting over 50! and the very best of all, the rock wasnt on the chart! As a sailor who would like to continue sailing offshore until my health prevents me from doing so, I am trying to develop a series of rules, procedures and systems of thinking that will allow me to do just that, safely and serenely. I have never had a major problem offshore that I could not handle„and Id like that to continue. Whenever an inexperienced skipper tells me, I think I can make it,Ž I think to myself: Then dont try. The real question isnt whether I can enter Chancey Harbor on this particular night„I may be able to or I may not„ but if I should even try? And if I do try and do make it tonight, hows that going to effect tomorrow nights decision? Only the captain can„and often should„say no. It is a simple word„short and sweet„which should be used far more often than it is. Capn Fatty Goodlander has lived aboard for 53 of his 60 years, and is currently on his third circumnavigation. He is the author of Chasing the Horizon and numerous other marine books. His latest, Buy, Out“t, and Sail is out now. Visit: fattygoodlander.com Sailing Humor Well, theres plenty of wind in the North Atlantic,Ž I said dryly. I spend the next few hours making a list of all the things that needed to be done„and purchased/installed/tested before Id bring the boat offshore. Dont be silly,Ž he said in amazement when I presented it to him. I mean, Ive researched this! Ive read Don Street and the Pardeys ƒŽ I ignored him. If we hustle and dont run into any major problems, we should be able to leave within ten days to two weeks. Ill give you a list of the major safety items to be ordered and ƒŽ Ill take responsibility,Ž he said, stopping me in my tracks. For what?Ž I asked. For leaving,Ž he said. Thursday is a perfect weather window„thats not just my opinion, Fatty, its the opinion of the Boston weather router Ive hired as well. Besides, Ive got an important case coming up„and we need to leave soon as possible so I can get back in time for it.Ž No,Ž I said.  Ill take responsibility for when we are ready for offshore and when we leave. Period. You hired me for my experience, and, frankly, this vessel is a long way from ready for offshore, she doesnt even have a bucket nor manual bilge pump nor liferaft!Ž I insist ƒŽ he started to say, but I held up both my hands to stop him. Then I started to walk away. Where are you going?Ž he asked. Im going home ,Ž I said. You cant ,Ž he said, both desperate and angry now. You promised I paid for your ”ight here to deliver my boat„and you havent done that. Youre in default of our agreement.Ž Sue me,Ž I said and walked out. About six months later, I heard hed sold the boat after being in a major storm which scared him. Yeah, storms can be scary„especially when the vessel isnt prepared for the conditions it is likely to encounter. I am currently on my third circumnavigation. Often, Im at a seasonal weather window/gate which puts me offshore with equally experienced sailors„plus, of course, some less experienced sailors. One of the things that is blatantly obvious in such circumstances is that the less experienced sailors are always urging the more experienced sailors to be bolder. Example: my wife Carolyn and I never enter a strange harbor at night. It is a very simple, very black and white rule. Theres little wiggle room. It is not a judgment call. We. Do. Not. I was recently on passage and approaching land with a large catamaran just ahead. It was late in the day. When I advanced my DR, it put me at the harbor entrance one hour after dark. Im going to heave-to out here,Ž I said to the other vessel. Ive never been in that harbor before.Ž

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30 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Safety is always a concern for those venturing out onto the worlds oceans. On yachts there are mandatory safety requirements, which include “re extinguishers, ”ares, running lights, sound making devices and PFDs. The adequacy of the list is questionable; a VHF radio should be obligatory as should a comprehensive medicine chest. A conch horn may be considered legal but it wouldnt do much good trying to capture the attention of the Queen Mary when its bearing down on you at 20 knots. Crew overboard accidents have been on the increase too: Five Overboards in 18 Days screamed a headline in an on-line news site reporting on cruise ships recently. Now, you may be thinking that rather odd; after all cruise ships dont heel over and there are sturdy railings everywhere. Cruise ship directors are now busy explaining that the overboards were suicides. This may not help future bookings unless they can make it clear that the reasons had nothing to do with the food, the sheeple excursions, overcrowded day trips on cattlemarans or the geriatric fellow passengers. Theres been an abundance of sailing accidents as well. Sailors being lifted out of the sea by the Coasties from boats unable to handle 30 knots and associated 10ft seas. It highlights the need for thorough sea trials and crew training when it comes to safety. Spare parts for all operating systems are essential, with the ability to install them and “x problems. Theres a good saying when it comes to safety: If the boat is happy, the crew is happy. In other words if your yacht is wildly gyrating, slamming into waves, rolling or pitching dangerously then you havent made the boat comSailing Humor BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH fortable and something will eventually break. Get those reefs tucked in early, everything should be stowed securely; a can of tuna ”ying across the cabin can be a dangerous weapon, not to mention a boat battery. Charlie is often asked: What kind of boat should I buy?Ž The answer is complicated. What do you want to do with the boat? There are so many variables. Do you want to charter, do day trips with tourists, tootle around the Caribbean islands, smuggle cases of rum, or sail the world in the high latitudes. Usually the answer is the latter and Charlie always recommends a sturdy monohull, cutter rigged around 40ft. When you have your boat, practice man-overboard drills until you can do them blindfold. On Charlies training courses crew overboard practice is a priority. On your person carry a small compressed air horn if youre alone in the cockpit,Ž he explains. And if there are moans and groans Charlie explains it this way. Just imagine youre on watch sailing, your mate is below, sleeping. The boat is cruising at about six knots with the wind vane steering automatically. You go to the stern to take a wiz, you slip and into the water you go. The boat sails on oblivious and you watch it sail over the horizon. Two hours later your mate wakes up but by this time a shark has already taken one foot and is preparing for the rest of its lunch. It really could be a depressing moment ƒŽ Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel .SAILING WITH CHARLIE SAFETY

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32 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Fishing He is one of the most winning sports “shing captains in the Caribbean. Hes also angled capably all over the world. Whats led to success for Capt. Gerard Frothy de Silva, who operates Hard Play Fishing Charters out of Tobago? Experience. De Silva has “shed recreationally and professionally since the age of seven when he spent a two-week summer holiday on Gasperee Island, Trinidad, with his parents and grandparents. I “shed long hours every day and night and caught hundreds if not thousands of small grunt, snapper, jack and other species,Ž de Silva says. Ive been hooked since.Ž De Silva “rst went bill“shing during the Trinidad & Tobago Game Fishing Association (TTGFA) Tobago Tournament back in 1981. His team didnt catch any bill“sh. However, they did raise a small blue marlin that followed the boat for a long time. This magni“cent blue fascinated de Silva and kept him coming back. To be honest I think that “shing chose me because I never thought of doing anything other than “shing for a living even before I “nished high school,Ž he tells. He started out “shing commercially in Trinidad from 1982 to 1989. He then moved to Tobago to continue his trade. While off-loading his catch one day at the Pigeon Point Jetty, he was asked by a group of visitors to take them on a “shing charter. It was the “rst charter for him and it was a great day. The group caught several big Dorado. This is how he decided to give the charter business a try and its been his profession ever since. Today, he says, I enjoy all types of sports “shing. I do quite a bit of light to medium tackle upon request and when targeting smaller species. However, I specialize in big game trolling and always target big “sh, so I honestly like heavy tackle from 50 to 130lb test. My favorite is big game for bill“sh, particularly blue marlin. They are very acrobatic FISHING PROFILE: TRINIDAD & TOBAGOS CAPT. GERARD FROTHY DE SILVABY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Captain Gerard Frothy de Silva aboard his Bertram 43

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 33 “ghters that usually jump a lot. No “sh can provide such excitement for all persons on board. Plus, the blue marlin brings out the best in each team member from the Angler to the wireman and the captain on the bridge.Ž The highlight of de Silvas “shing career came when he saw his “rst Grander (1000lb-plus) caught aboard the Anguilla off Madeira, Portugal. He was out on charter for only two hours when the mega marlin hit. I have caught many large blue marlin in Madeira and in the Caribbean since that time, but that Grander will always really stand out for me,Ž he says. During his career de Silva has “shed off Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico, Florida, the Azores and Hawaii for bill“sh and even ”y “shed for trout and salmon in Sweden, Norway and Finland. However, most of his “shing … for fun, charters and in tournaments … has taken place in the Southern Caribbean. Its here he has “shed all of the Southern Caribbean Bill“sh Circuit events. More speci“cally, he has won the Budget Marine Spice Island Bill“sh Tournament in Grenada eight times, the Barbados International Bill“sh Tournament “ve times, the TTGFA Marlin Madness tournament and Tobago International Game Fishing Tournament four times each, the St. Lucia International Bill“sh Tournament twice and, while he didnt win, he did place in the top four, three times, in the Martinique Bill“sh Tournament. De Silva will be heading back to Madeira this summer, speci“cally Ponto do Pargo. I have caught quite a few big marlin at this location and we got two Junior World Records for big eye tuna in this area last summer,Ž he says. I believe this will be the place where someone will catch the new world record all tackle blue marlin. Hopefully, I will be there when she bites.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Captain Gerard and his wife share the helm

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34 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Fishing Move over Hawaii, Bermuda and even St. Thomas. The Dominican Republic is the new hot spot for some of the best bill“shing in the world. Consider that eighteen boats released a total of 132 bill“sh … 14 blue marlin, 116 white marlin and two sail“sh … in three days of “shing in the 2013 International Cap Cana Bill“sh Shootout. Whats more, last years spring season at Marina Casa de Campo closed with the release of 621 blue marlin. Its the blue marlin that brought Lighthouse Point, Florida angler, Michael Brauser, owner of the 87ft Spencer, Betsy to the Dominican Republic. The “rst time was 2006. We stayed there for a year or so and caught several hundred blue marlin before heading to Venezuela,Ž Brauser explains. I returned to the Dominican Republic when I commissioned Betsy in 2012. Again we had phenomenal “shing. In 18 months or so we caught nearly 400 blue marlin.Ž The bill“sh have always been here but not many people knew it, claims Rick Alvarez, of Miami, the Florida-based DOMINICAN REPUBLIC NEW BILLFISHING HOT SPOTBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOS COURTESY OF CASA DE CAMPO INTERNATIONAL BLUE MARLIN CLASSICMarina Casa de Campo

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 35 owner of International Bill“sh Tournaments, Inc., who started the four-year-old International Cap Cana Bill“sh Shootout, set for May 24 to 31, and who will kick-off the inaugural Casa De Campo International Blue Marlin Classic, March 20 to 24. In Punta Cana or Cap Cana, nobody thought of the “shing season as other than during the time of school vacation. Local anglers who owned summer homes in the area brought their boats up from Santo Domingo on the southern coast in late spring and early summer and stayed until late August. With the arrival of international visiting sports “shing boats, some decided to come earlier and “sh longer. Its led to the discovery that the “shing seasons are actually longer and more productive than originally thought.Ž What enabled the international sports “shermen to test these waters has been an increase and improvement in infrastructure in the form of world-class marinas. For example, the 100-plus-slip marina at Cap Cana, just south of Punta Cana, use to be much smaller. Now,Ž explains Capt. Miguel Tirado, who runs the 58ft Hatteras, Bluebeard and moved to Cap Cana from Puerto Rico last year after traveling to “sh in Dominican Republic waters for several years, its an awesome facility with security, restaurants and the airport nearby.Ž Captain Neil Orange, who is based at the 350-slip Marina Casa de Campo and runs the 72ft F&S Boatworks, Bandolera tells, I “rst came to the Dominican Republic in 2010 when I was running the Sandman We stopped here on the way to St. Thomas to check out the marina facilities. They were great. We came back the next year and stayed for the season. The “shing was unbelievable. That means six to 12 or 15 white marlin on a good day and the same number of blues.Ž The “shing grounds off Cap Cana consist of a series of undersea mounts starting about seven miles off the marina inlet. The waters here, around the easternmost point of the island, attract bill“sh that come to feed on the teeming schools of bait“sh that in turn feast on nutrients churned up by the currents off the Mona Passage. Off Casa de Campo, on the islands southern coast, there are several F.A.Ds (“sh attracting or aggregating devices) 25 to 40 miles south offshore. More than a dozen boats are expected to “sh this months Casa De Campo International Blue Marlin Classic. The results will add even more to the knowledge of the Dominican Republics productive sports “shery. Left to explore is the bill“shing out of Ocean World Marina in Puerto Plata on the north coast of the island. Here, there is a great sail“sh bite during the winter months and maybe the opportunity to raise unbelievable numbers of marlin too. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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36 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Racing Circuit ONEDESIGN VS. HANDICAP BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER One-design classes appear to be on the increase at Caribbean regattas. Just look at the growing entries of J24s, IC24s and Melges 24s in the last decade, plus the availably of one-design ”eets for charter like the Jeanneau 20s in St Maarten and SR 21s in Trinidad. More recently, theres been a swell of visiting one-designs from the US and Europe such as the Melges 32s, RC44s and J70s. Will one-designs dominate Caribbean racing in the future or will there always be a place for handicap competition? All At Sea asked some of the regions rock stars for their views. Caribbean one-design has been an up and down trend. Many years ago it was the J24. Then the J29 had six to eight boats in the early nineties. Now the IC24s and Melges are gaining popularity and numbers. It is simply a matter of when one class gets popular, and grows to a suf“cient size, that regattas give them their own class,Ž explains St. Thomas Peter Holmberg. Certain people prefer racing equal boats with no reliance on a rating system to determine the results. As the population grows more people sail and the chance of one-design classes grow.Ž The obvious attraction of one-design racing is that the competition is amongst identical boats, hence the winner is WHATS THE FUTURE OF CARIBBEAN RACING? decided mostly upon racing skills and sailing ability (obviously some local knowledge and luck also helps), says Trinidads Jeffrey Chen. This eliminates excuses such as wrong conditions for the boat, my rating is unfavorable, my competitions rating is too favorable, etc. The best racers win.Ž Puerto Ricos Jaime Torres adds, One-design helps sailors raise their own skill level faster than any other type of sailing. The results of your trim and/or tactical choices are evident almost immediately in one-design ”eets but not quite so with handicap races.Ž In addition, says Antiguas Bernie Wong, One-design racing opens up the sport of competitive sailing to many more people than handicap racing. You dont have to own a boat to participate, so it is not capital intensive. You just show up at an event race, have fun, and go home satis“ed, no worrying about delivering boats to and from regattas, maintaining boats and buying new gear, etc.Ž Yet handicap racing does suit the character of Caribbean racing, says Trinidads Chen. You can arrive in the Caribbean with your boat, from a small family cruiser to a Grand Prix racing machine, and be able to travel from event to event amongst the different territories and be guaranteed that you will able to participate.Ž Melges one-design regattas are growing in popularityPHOTO: JOY DUNIGAN

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 37Some sailors such as St. Croixs Tony Sanpere “nd handicap racing more relaxing. My latest racing machine is a 1976 Catalina 30. Does this explain what I rather do?Ž Major offshore races such as the Caribbean 600 may only be suitable for offshore-capable race boats, notes Puerto Ricos Torres. Few of which have established one-design classes,Ž he adds. The main advantage of handicap racing for Antiguas Wong is the opportunity to do passages between the islands and visit other islands on the way. The crews on most handicap yachts are larger than on one design yachts so its more sociable, the host countries bene“t more from handicap racers as they have to rent accommodation, vehicles, buy boat parts, repairs, maintenance, etc.,Ž Wong says. So, with this said, what will the future make-up of classes in Caribbean regattas look like? St. Thomas Holmberg answers, A bit of both, handicap and one-design, with one-design classes growing and fading, growing if a design becomes popular, and if sailing grows.Ž Handicap sailing will always be here, says St. Maartens Frits Bus, an avid one-design sailor. However, with more youth sailors coming out of one design sailing programs such as Optis and Lasers, I see the coming generations leading to the establishment of more one-design sailing.Ž Finally, Puerto Ricos Jaime Torres sums up what both one-design and handicap racing brings to Caribbean regattas. Where we currently have a mix of one-design and handicap, the mix will continue. Where we dont, like in St. Maarten or Antigua, one-design racing will arrive and stay, hopefully sooner rather than later. New keelboat one-design racing ”eets will attract a new type of sailor to the area and will raise the pro“le of the events hosting them. But this will only happen if the will of event organizers is there because one-design ”eets may have logistical requirements that can tax razor-thin regatta budgets. The St. Thomas Yacht Club has done a particularly great job of fostering one-design racing at their International Regatta. In Puerto Rico it went the other way. The Club Nautico de San Juan International Regatta added CSA racing to their hugely successful one-design regatta as a way of attracting a new group of sailors.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Fleet racing brings together boats of all shapes and sizes racing under a handicap systemPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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38 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Racing Circuit MEASURED MULTIHULL RATING SYSTEM COMES TO THE CARIBBEANSint Maarten has been the centre for multihull racing in the Caribbean going back many years. It began with the big Spronk catamarans that ran day trips to St. Barths and Anguilla racing each other to get to the prime anchoring spots “rst and it continued with the infamous Caribbean Offshore Regatta. In more recent years, the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta has had the biggest multihull ”eet of any of the major Caribbean regattas. This is where things started getting serious. The monohulls have been fairly rated in the Caribbean with the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) rating rule. This rule has outlived many international rules and has evolved to stand with the best rating systems around. Not so for the multihulls. These beasts are dif“cult to rate, with subtle changes in sail size and displacement having huge effects on their speed potential. The roots of most modern multihull rating systems go back to the race around Texel Island in the Netherlands in 1984. That year, a group of dedicated enthusiasts devised a measurement rule based on the publications of major yacht designers such as John Shuttleworth, Derek Kelsall, Richard Boehmer and Olin Stephens. The Texel Rating rule, as it became known, went on to form the basis of rating systems in The Netherlands, France (as Multi 2000), Australia (as OMR) and in other regions. Along with the rule, a huge database of production multihulls were measured and rated against each other. Organizers of the Heineken Regatta realized the value of these ratings early on and used the standard ratings to rate the entrants in the multihull class. Measurements from custom and high performance boats were put into the calculations to approximate ratings for these. Unfortunately, because a minimum of data was available and, most importantly, accurate displacements were hard to come by, these ratings were sometimes not as accurate as may have been hoped for, resulting in some controversies after racing. In 2012, it was recognized that if we were to rate multihulls fairly, provision had to be made to weigh them. With this in mind, St. Martin-based CSA Measurer Stuart Knaggs purchased a single point load cell with a capacity of 38 tons and then added eight smaller load cells with a combined capacity of 70 tons for use on a travel lift. The arrival of the load cells meant that multihulls could be weighed and accurately measured to give ratings that would truly re”ect their speed potential. A group of CSA measurers sat down with the Texel formulas and made minor tweaks, such as adapting the way sail area is calculated, adding a daggerboard factor and altering the output to give ratings that are in a similar format to what is produced by the CSA monohull rule. These changes did not affect the essence of the rule but made it easier for measurers and race organizers in our region to use. The Multihull Rating Rule is now ready to be implemented and will receive its big debut at the 2014 Heineken Regatta. It is hoped that all regatta organizers who arrange multihull races in the Caribbean will eventually use this rule to standardize racing up and down the islands. Details of the rule can be seen on www.multihull ratings.com Article and photo submitted by CSA Measurer Stuart Knaggs A Gunboat swinging on the cells

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40 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Racing Circuit REGATTAGURU.COMRunning a regatta can be a complicated business … gathering, organizing, and sharing information on entries, fees, class assignments and ratings is an onerous task before the racing even starts. Once a large event begins, the challenges increase: competitors need access to of“cial documents, scratch sheets showing data about their own boat as well as the boats they are racing against in their class, information about protests and, of course, up-to-date and accurate results. Meanwhile, the race of“cials need to be able to share information on boats racing while being kept informed about the running of the event. All those challenges regattaguru.com makes easier. Originally designed to handle the formidable task of calculating results quickly and easily for a complex regatta, regattaguru.com now handles all aspects of racing from regatta entry through registration, amendments, results and protests to generating the script for the prize-giving in a central shared system where every piece of information is available across the globe as soon as it is entered. Because the data is live, there is no delay between, for example, a protest decision and the changes to the scores that might ensue. Keeping all the information is now easy but getting it out to the widest possible audience is another challenge. Scrolling results screens were introduced at the Sint Maarten Heineken Regatta in 2010 and have become a feature of the Serious Fun event. Having instantly available results on screens at the party venues means that competitors can quickly see how Serious their results are on the way to the beer tent to ful“ll the Fun element, while the organizers no longer have to struggle with printing information that might change just minutes later. The screens have also allowed organizers to give added value to their sponsors with title sponsor logos shown prominently behind the results information. Of course, the screens can be strategically sited by the sponsors stand at the regatta venue or, as regattaguru.com did for Budget Marine last year, have race results on their screens in the store. Whilst regattaguru.com has been providing instant online results for many years, access is, of course, dependant on an internet connection. New this year is a mobile-friendly layout with of”ine pages like scratch sheets that can be used even when there is no internet connection. The new layout and features makes it easier for competitors to enter regattas with all the information about the competitors boat, crew, and rating details stored in pro“les that they can use to enter regattas with just two taps on their smartphone. It also presents new information in formats that are designed to provide what the competitors want. For example, every racer has stood looking at results calculating how many seconds they were away from glory on the “nish line. Now the results for individual races are presented from the perspective of their boat, with the time differences displayed alongside the results, with color-coding of close results to draw attention to tight races. This not only helps the competitor see how painfully close they were to victory or defeat, but also helps journalists quickly identify the key battles on the water. Spectators are not forgotten, being part of regattaguru. coms target audience. Providing information to people that do not know much or anything about yacht racing is dif“cult, but regattaguru.coms Spectator Guide, introduced at Antigua Sailing Week 2013, aims to make it easier for spectators, whether shoreside or on a spectator boat, to understand what is happening out on the water with all those seemingly random boats, ”ags, horns and buoys. While designing and creating a system that meets the needs of such diverse people as sponsors, organizers, competitors, journalists, and spectators is not a simple task, regattaguru.com provides a system and a service that at least makes regattas easier. For more information, visit: regattaguru.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ Regattaguru MAKING REGATTAS EASIER

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42 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 In the sixth and “nal part of our series on buying a center console boat, we asked our panel of experts about what to look for when it comes to warranties. Heres what they had to say: John Caballero, SeaVee BoatsA factory warranty protects the buyer from manufacturing defects. Make certain that you have received a written copy of the warranty and understand its terms and conditions before “nalizing your boat purchase. Most boat builders will warranty their products to be free of structural defects due to substandard materials and/ or workmanship. Look for a minimum of “ve years of boat hull coverage to ensure that any hidden defect has the time to make its presence known, so it can be properly repaired without “nancial consequence to the boat owner. The boats engines, as well as the accessory items typically installed on a boat, will usually have separate warranty terms depending upon the items manufacturer. Sometimes, extended warranties can be negotiated into the Powerboating WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A CENTER CONSOLE: BY DOUG SIMMONSWARRANTIES boat purchase and even obtained free of charge as part of a sales promotion at a boat show or other event. SeaVee Boats warrants each hull to be free from structural defects for a period of ten years. The warranty protects the original buyer and the resale value of his boat, as the warranty is transferrable if the boat is certi“ed prior to resale. Factory service personnel perform any warrantable repairs for all customers throughout southeast Florida. Otherwise, we use a certi“ed independent service network for repairs practically anywhere in the world.Ž Joan Maxwell, Regulator MarineA customer will want to consider the length of the warranty coverage, what is covered, what is excluded, and whether or not the warranty is transferable. Also, does the company have a reputation for standing behind its products? If theres a problem, how quickly does the company resolve the issue? Social media and blogs can be sources of information on any re-

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 43solved issues. In addition, the customer can look at a companys CSI (customer satisfaction index) scores. If the company has low CSI scores, theres a strong possibility it has higher warranty claims. Its critical that the buyer register his boat with the manufacturer to activate the warranty. He should further understand how and to whom he should report any possible warranty issues, and what activities could void the warranty. Regulator has a one-year, stem-to-stern warranty and a “ve-year structural hull warranty. We are also a multiyear recipient of the National Marine Manufacturers Association CSI Award representing the highest level of customer satisfaction.Ž Dennis Tilden, Boston WhalerA buyer should look for the following: What is the length of the structural warranty on the hull, and is it prorated? What is the length of the component parts warranty, and does it cover parts and labor? Is the warranty transferable to a new owner? The buyer should also consider the exclusions to the warranties. Its the buyers responsibility to make sure that all service timetables are met, and to make sure to have authorized dealerships do the repairs. Or does the manufacturer require the customer to bring or ship the boat back to the factory for repairs instead of having the work done at a local dealer? Keeping accurate records of repair work done, and keeping and maintaining the boat well will help with any warranty claims. Boston Whaler has a ten-year structural hull warranty that is transferable to new buyers as long as the new buyer registers the boat with us. We have a three-year component warranty that covers parts and labor on items installed at the factory.ŽAlan Lang, Scout BoatsA structural hull warranty is very important, but whats more important is the company behind it. A buyer should ask himself: Is this company a strong “nancial company and will it be around when and if I need their warranty assistance? What is this companys reputation? Everyone has issues. Its how the boat builder stands behind those issues that de“ne it. Never be scared to ask about the companys “nancial stability or do your own research to “nd out about how theyve handled past situations. There will always be extremists on either side; its the overall consensus that a consumer should consider.

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The 2014 USVI poker run will take place in the beautiful harbor of Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas. The poker run course will take boaters on a fast paced, scenic route around St. Thomas and into St. John, with the grand “nale block party in the alluring downtown poker run village. The Summers Biggest Nautical Event! EXPERIENCE THE THRILL! FEEL THE EXCITEMENT! $40,000 CASH & PRIZES USVI STARS & STRIPES POKER RUN For more information and registration: FIRST ANNUAL July 6, 2014

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 45 Without expert input from the following manufacturers, we could not have produced the six informative articles in our center console series. Next time youre in the market for a boat, please reach out to them and let them know you found them in All At Sea magazine. BOSTON WHALER www.whaler.com CONTENDER BOATS www.contenderoffshore.com EVERGLADES BOATS www.evergladesboats.com EVINRUDE www.evinrude.com/en-US GRADY-WHITE BOATS www.gradywhite.com INTREPID POWERBOATS www.intrepidboats.com MERCURY MARINE www.mercurymarine.com PURSUIT BOATS www.pursuitboats.com REGULATOR MARINE www.regulatormarine.com SCOUT BOATS www.scoutboats.com SEAVEE BOATS www.seaveeboats.com SPORTSMAN BOATS www.sportsmanboatsmfg.com SUZUKI MARINE www.suzukimarine.com YAMAHA OUTBOARDS www.yamahaoutboards.comTHANKS TO OUR EXPERTS! Powerboating Also, beware of lifetime warranties, as most of them mean nothing. You dont “nd “ne automobiles with lifetime warranties. Theres usually “ne print within these warranties that make them less valuable than most others out there. Scout boats come with a limited, three-year, stem-tostern warranty that covers everything on the boat for three years … parts and labor for the “rst year, and parts for the second and third years.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.

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46 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Seamanship & Voyaging Gail Bowdish shrugs off the surprised looks from men on neighboring boats when she and her all-women crew ef“ciently pick up a mooring ball in the BVI. Where are the men they will ask,Ž says Bowdish, a former emergency room physician, the only woman to have completed a singlehanded challenge on all “ve of the Great Lakes and who spends half the year sailing the Caribbean aboard her 42-foot Beneteau, Gaiamar Well laugh and say, We left them at home!Ž More women are sailing these days. Yet a woman at the helm is still a rarity and even more so a woman who has made her career in the maritime industry. Sailing lessons as a kid eventually led Jeanne Sinclair and her husband to launch Rincon Sailing, a sailing school in Puerto Rico. In college, I worked as the director of sailing for Shake-A-Leg Miami during winter break and in WOMEN AT THE HELM BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER A CAREER IN YACHTING Pat Nolan on the tillerPHOTO: DEAN BARNES Jeanne Sinclair and family

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 47Newport during the summer. It was a natural progression for me to take a course and get my license. Since 1994, I have been teaching sailing, coaching collegiate competitive sailing, running sailing programs, assisting deliveries, serving as a program consultant, and working as an Instructor Trainer for U.S. Sailing to certify students to become instructors.Ž Two BVI women captains … Trish Baily, who offers captain-only charters aboard the 50-foot Beneteau Serendipity and Pat Nolan, owner and principal instructor at Sistership Sailing School … both came into the profession through the galley. I began sailing later in life after I had left University in Australia and started travelling in Europe,Ž explains Baily. I got a job cooking on a 71-foot charter yacht in the Med in 1976 and from there learnt to tie a bowline. Later, the captain of a Swan I worked on for three months for Antigua Sailing Week, then raced to Bermuda and Annapolis, taught me a huge lesson. There was a kiwi female on the boat and she and I were always trying to roar around the deck and grind winches and hoist sails and do better than the guys. The captain said to me one day: Anyone can do that. If you want to get into sailing, learn navigation. After that, he started to teach me coastal and celestial navigation.Ž Nolan started out chef“ng aboard a Swan 65 in the Med. It was the hardest work Ive ever done on a boat,Ž she says. I worked ten times harder than the captain. At the end of that stint I knew what job I wanted … captain. I got my USCG license, my ASA instructor credentials and ultimately started my own business after teaching for another company for several years.Ž Theres no such thing as a typical day for a women in the maritime profession. For example, says Nolan, teaching a crew who have never raced before to set and douse spinnakers, work every station of a race boat competently enough after four days, then get on the race course in a regatta the likes of Rolex, Antigua or BVI Spring Regatta is a tremendous challenge.Ž Baily adds, Running Serendipity on captain-only charters involves everything from managing the accounts and promoting the boat to servicing the engine, varnishing and keeping the boat in good order.Ž What do these captains offer as advice for other women who would like to follow in their wake? Get as much sailing experience on as many boats as possible,Ž Nolan recommends. Experience is the best teacher. With plenty of experience you can con“dently and calmly handle any situation that arises.Ž Baily agrees and adds, Currently everyone seems to expect to be paid for being on a boat from day one, but jumping on boats for experience and not expecting wages can lead to a wealth of experience that ultimately will pay off.Ž Seek out opportunities,Ž says Sinclair. If you are thinking about going to college, consider a Maritime Academy like U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY. There are many maritime schools. Get credentialed, get on-the-water experience and work in as many environs as possible.Ž Finally, Bowdish recommends, Find a mentor, male or female, who believes in your abilities and who may be able to open doors for you. Most of all, believe in yourself.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Gail Bowdish Trish Baily

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48 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Technology AIS, or the Automatic Identi“cation System, was originally developed to aid in the safe navigation and collision avoidance of large vessels entering and exiting busy waterways and ports. Today it has morphed into a plethora of affordable electronic products and gadgets that will help anybody on the water have better situational awareness and avoid collisions. This technology allows boaters to identify and view vessels in near proximity to them and safely and seamlessly determine who they are and in what direction they are traveling. As any boater knows this can prove to be a great help in busy waters, night or day, in good weather and bad. Originally mandated in 2002 as an International Convention of Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) requirement, vessels of 300 gross tons or more had to be equipped with a Class A AIS system. These systems comprise a transceiver, antenna, GPS, integrated display, 12W transmit power, able to interface with other onboard equipment and have a transmit rate of every few seconds. The AIS information is transmitted and received through two dedicated VHF frequencies at rates from two to ten seconds depending on vessel speed and contains extensive data such as: Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) number, navigation status, rate of turn, the latitude and longitude, course over ground, true heading, true bearing and abbreviated time the data was generated. It also will display over longer six minute intervals data that is more useful to port authorities and marine traf“c regulators such as: IMO ships number, radio call sign, vessel name and type, dimensions, draught, destination and ETA to destination. All this information is useful to have whether you are a maritime controller for a port authority, a captain of a freighter entering a busy shipping lane or a cruiser trying to stay out of the path of a much larger vessel. This system proved to be extremely valuable in collision avoidance, coastal security, accident investigations, and as a navigation aid. For those cruisers or recreational boaters looking to avoid collisions while in heavily traveled waters there is a more inexpensive alternative to Class A AIS that is explod-AIS ADVANCING NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGY BY GLENN HAYES

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 49ing in popularity. It is the Class B AIS. It can come in many forms and is a scaled-down version of the Class A units. There are full-featured Class B transceivers such as Vesper Marines (www.vespermarine.com) Watchmate series that have integrated displays and install easily on smaller vessels either by splitting into existing VHF antennas or using a dedicated antenna. They feature built-in GPS antennas and stand-alone capability or can be hooked to an external GPS and interfaced with existing displays and equipment. Other advantages to these less expensive yet feature rich AIS units is low power consumption (2-3 watts), alarms (including an anchor alarm), information “ltering and multiple pro“les. Some of Vespers units even have touch screen displays and Wi-Fi capability so you can view the information on your tablet or smartphone. Information provided by Class B units is slightly more limited than their Class A big brothers. Data includes vessels MMSI number, speed over ground, course over ground, latitude and longitude and true heading. Transmission is at a lower 2 watts and transmit rates can be up to every 30 seconds. These systems are designed not to step on the transmissions of Class A units and to broadcast in between Class A transmissions. Another fast-growing segment of the AIS boon is the receiver only segment. These units are capable of receiving AIS signals but have no way to transmit ones own vessel information. These are proving very popular with smaller craft and those not requiring all the features of a full Class B unit. One example of such a unit is the Standard Matrix VHF with integrated AIS. This VHF radio takes advantage of its receiver and monitors the two frequencies utilized by AIS. It has the capability of displaying the Class B information on its display screen. When connected to a GPS it even has the capability of displaying AIS targets. The screen is small and the information is limited but this unit provides valuable information in a small and inexpensive package. Other receivers can be interfaced with existing multi-function displays. The small black box units can be tied into existing navigation systems and can display the pertinent information on chart plotter and radar screens. Small stand-alone displays are also available that will also interface but give redundancy to vital collision avoidance information. AIS has also developed in other ways and has allowed for some interesting and useful applications such as AIS-SART, a Search And Rescue Transponder that utilizes AIS data to help in the fast recovery of a life raft or vessel in distress. Transmitting the AIS data and a distress signal, vessels monitoring the AIS frequencies will have data shown in their displays, easily identifying and locating the vessel in distress. There are also the new personal AIS such as Kannads SafeLink R10 man overboard AIS. This compact unit that can attach to a life vest can be manually activated and will transmit an AIS signal Ft. Lauderdale, FL + 954.523.2815 Riviera Beach, FL + 561.863.7100 Toll Free: 800.545.9273 www.WardsMarine.com Se Habla Espaol @WardsMarine/WardsMarineLinkedInSERVICES+ New Installations + Modifications+ Custom Computerized & Laser Engraving+ Custom Designed Switchboards+ In-house & Dockside Service+ Repairs + Engineering + Electrical & Corrosion Surveys+ Fire Surveys + Panel ProductionEQUIPMENT SALES+ AC Generators + Transformers+ Battery Charging Equipment+ Panel Meters & Gauges + Switches + Wire/Cable/Fuses+ Cathodic Protection Systems+ Converters/Inverters + Shore Cords & Adapters+ Lamps & Lighting + Overcurrent Protection How many you bring home Is none of our business BRINGING YOU HOME ISPowering the industry for 60 years

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50 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Technology TEL FAX (340) 775-4507 WWW.OFFSHOREVI.COM Outboards, Waverunners, Motorcycles, Inverter Generators: Diesel Engines, Diesel Generators: Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer Boats: Inflatables: Authorized Dealer Authorized Dealer AuthorizedDealer Walker Bays Generation 450 Now in stock at OFFSHORE MARINE: Your Walker Bay dealer for the US & British Virgin Islands. to all vessels monitoring AIS within a few miles radius. An AIS SART icon will appear on their screen with GPS coordinates of the MOB, allowing for fast recovery. AIS is also being developed to create virtual beacons and boundaries. Jeff Robbins of Vesper Marine described an AIS beacon the company set up in New Zealand. He explained that there was a particular submerged rock that threatened vessels entering a cove on the rugged coast of New Zealands South Island. Buoys had marked the rock but were constantly drifting off station or being lost due to heavy seas and rough conditions. Vesper was called in and created a self-maintaining and autonomous beacon on one of the nearby cliff tops that transmits the virtual buoy information to all vessels within range, marking the rock with a virtual beacon to all vessels with AIS. Vesper was also responsible for setting the virtual marks and boundaries at the recent Americas Cup in San Francisco utilizing its AIS technology. With government funding diminishing for maintenance of actual buoys and markers it is very possible that in the not too distant future many buoys will be replaced with virtual counterparts. New to the world of AIS is the recently developing AIS Class E. This is a cellular-based AIS system that relies on

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 51 Looking for the right team to manage your yacht? TMM St. Vincent has what it takes to ensure she is well cared for in your absence. You can rest easy, knowing that we are dedicated to looking after your yacht with a consistent level of care and commitment to customer service. TMM offers yacht management programs that are ” exible, leaving the owner with a great deal of involvement that is not present in schemes offered by other companies. TMM has been in St. Vincent since 1995 under the same ownership and management team and is ranked as one of the best charter companies in the Caribbean. As a vacationer, you are looked after as if you are part of the family… from airport collection and trial sail through to the “ nal de-brief all with an attention to detail that allows you to enjoy yourself as soon as you set foot in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.CATAMARANS WANTED!As part of its ” eet expansion, TMM St. Vincent are looking for more catamarans to join their ” eet. If youre looking to place your catamaran in charter management with a company that has a proven track record, a great industry reputation and a team that makes sure that your yacht is in tip top shape for sailing the “ nest waters anywhereŽ, then TMM St. Vincent would like to talk to you. ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES TMM St. Vincent Ltd. Blue Lagoon, St. Vincent Tel: 784 456 9608 Mobile: 784 494 8490 Email: tmmsvg@sailtmm.com or sailtmm@vincysurf.com cellular signals and is designed to be used by smaller vessels that can monitor AIS data on their cell phones. Smart Chart AIS has developed an android app that will display the AIS data on free NOAA charts on your cell phone screen and can even display the virtual information through the camera view on the phone. While not yet available for Apple devices and limited to cellular signals, this new class of AIS is in its infancy and will be worth watching for smaller vessels that never venture far from shore (and stay within cell range). The simple fact is that AIS, in all its forms, is a useful and life-saving technology that not only helps the maritime world function more smoothly but can also give the cruiser or small boat owner peace of mind, bringing life and property saving technology to all boaters. The future of AIS will only bring more innovation and better, safer boating. Glenn Hayes is a freelance photographer and writer living in West Central Florida. Specializing in marine and location photography his work covers commercial, editorial and “ne art work. www.HayesStudios.com

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52 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 PaddleboardingHAWAIIANS WIN BVI PAINKILLER CUPPHOTOS AND STORY BY TODD VANSICKLE This years Painkiller Thriller in the British Virgin Islands featured more prize money, high-pro“le sailors and the same amount of rum and sun. The 14-mile standup paddleboard race started at Trellis Bay, Beef Island and “nished at White Bay, Jost Van Dyke on January 24. The day before the race, Jimmy Spithill „ the winning skipper of the 2013 Amercas Cup „ could be found sur“ng off the coast of Virgin Gorda. We stayed out until dark,Ž Spithill said. It is so rare to get a wave to yourself.Ž The sailor was encouraged to compete in the Painkiller Cup by Team Oracle crewmember and friend Shannon Falcone, of Antigua, who raced in the event two years ago. We got into standup paddling for training,Ž Falcone said. After competing in several paddleboard races out west, it didnt take much to convince his friend to come to the Caribbean, where the conditions and vibes are good,Ž Falcone said. It took about two seconds to convince me,Ž Spithill said. [Shannon Falcone] is always moaning and complaining about how cold the water is in San Francisco and how he has to put on a wet suit. He would tell me stories about a place where you could basically live in a pair of board shorts.Ž It was Spithills second visit to the Caribbean. When he was about 15 years old he sailed in a match race in St. Thomas. However, this trip was different. A welcome party for the Americas Cup sailors was held two days before the race at the Bitter End Yacht Club on Virgin Gorda, where they took part in question and answer session. They later spoke at the St. Thomas Yacht Club after the Painkiller Cup, where they gave advice to youth sailors. We have been able to cruise around; do some sur“ng; a lot of kiting; and hang out with some mates,Ž Spithill said. I really look forward to something like this so I can recharge. It is very physical, but it is so much fun. It is so much more relaxed.Ž Spithill, Falcone and Paula Lenny, a professional standup paddler, took fourth place out of seven teams who com-Only one paddler from the team was in the water at a time, while the other two competitors followed the race aboard a chase boat.The Painkiller Cup gets under way at Trellis Bay, Beef Island

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 53peted in the Painkiller Cup. First place went to Team Tired consisting of Lori Park, Noa Ginelli and Kody Kerbox, of Hawaii, who “nished in 2h 30m 30s. Members of the winning team are friends with 2013 SUP World Champion Kai Lenny, who was scheduled to attend, but changed his plans at the last minute. The whole trip started because Kai Lenny was going to come, but then we got the swell-of-a-lifetime in Maui, so he stayed and surfed Jaws instead,Ž Parker said. However, the professional paddlers absence didnt hinder the teams success, which also won $750 for reaching Guana Island “rst. It was the “rst race that I have done this year,Ž Kerbox said. Being on the start line you get those butter”ies „ it feels pretty cool. I wanted to be the “rst one [to Guana Island]. It was only a half hour, so I sprinted there.Ž Kerbox and his teammates compete in about 20 SUP races a year, including the World Tour. They plan to use their prize money to fund their next trip to Oahu where they will compete in their second race of the year. The Painkiller Cup doled out more than $11,000 to the top “ve teams, with “rst place taking home $5,000. Teams consisted of three paddlers with a minimum one female. Only one paddler from the team was in the water at a time, while the other two competitors followed the race aboard a chase boat. Paddlers rotated every 30 minutes. It was great to see such strong teams in the hunt,Ž organizer Andy Morrell said. While the Hawaiians ran away with the event, it was so good to see a commanding secondplace “nish from Team BOGA featuring two Cruzans and a St. John racer.Ž Six individual racers took part in the Mini-Painkiller Cup, a three-mile race that started at Sandy Cay and “nished at White Bay, Jost Van Dyke. The start of that race got under way once the ”eet of Painkiller Cup competitors reached Sandy Cay. The day started under rainy conditions, but by the time all of the competitors reached the Soggy Dollar Bar on JVD the sun was out and most competitors were drinking Painkillers. Next year, the organizer is considering a few changes and additions to the event, which could include kite boarding. We are always trying to build the event,Ž Morrell said. We have a great concept and format and hope to grow the event to include more people and back into a yacht-based event and visiting multiple islands. SUP is a fast-growing sport, so running a good event like this is fun.Ž Todd VanSickle is a journalist living and working in the Virgin Islands. 1. Team Tired (Lori Park, Noa Ginelli & Kody Kerbox) 2. Team Boga (Bill Kraft, Isabelle Picard & Nat Ford) 3. Caribbean Surf Company (Colin Butler, Gail Vento & Eric Walker) 4. InerNaishional (Shannon Falcone, Jimmy Spithill & Paula Lenny) 5. Team Riviera (Helga Goebel, Brian Duff & Lee Donovan) 6. No Name (Terry Stevens, Adam Quandt & Adrianne Baird) 7. BVI All-Stars (Mark Cochran, Mike Hirst & Kim Takeuchi) MINI-PAINKILLER CUP 1. Petra Offerman 4. Johnnie Ward 2. Sam Morrell 5. Liz Wheeler 3. Christine Thompson 6. Tom WheelerRESULTS Jimmy Spithill (left), rotates with Shannon Falcone after the first leg of the race

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54 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Art competitions, beach clean-ups and behind-thescene tours are a few of the ways Caribbean regatta organizers are reaching out and teaching island school children about the sport of competitive sailing. The bene“t? A better understanding by the students of how international sailing events affect their community as well as an opportunity for the students to join in the sailing fun! The school art competition was conceived the “rst year Antiguas Sailing Week (ASW) took place in 1968, explains event director, Alison Sly-Adams. Right from the beginning there was a clear understanding that ASW needed to involve the whole community and not just those lucky enough to participate on the water.Ž Desiree Bos, St. Maarten Heineken Regatta (SMHR) intern, who heads up community events, agrees and adds, Our Regatta Art Competition is a fun way for children to become acquainted with sailing and the regatta itself. In particular, we want children from a young age to be aware of what the regatta contributes to the island, so they will understand the impact and support the event in the future.Ž Both the Antigua and St. Maarten regatta art competitions reach a broad age range of students. ASWs contest, which CARIBBEAN STUDENTS LEARN THE FOUR RS READING, WRITING, ARITHMETIC & REGATTASBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Learning the ropes in the BVI

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 55 is sponsored by LIAT, is open to students from ages “ve to 18. Around 200 entries are received annually. Last year, primary school student Tahron Peters won with his colorful painting of sailboats with spinnakers set. Peters artwork was used to create the signboard welcoming sailors to English Harbour in 2014. Artwork is judged in “ve different age groupings in St. Maarten. For every age group, we have two or three assignments,Ž Bos explains. The assignments vary from drawings and paintings to building something. This year weve implemented a talent assignment because we think art includes expression. These assignments are put in an information package which is emailed and personally delivered to the schools. We see more schools and children participating every year.Ž The BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival (BVISR) and SMHR have participated in Sailors for the Seas Clean Regatta programs for “ve and six years, respectively. Best practices that have earned the regattas this designation include keeping the event site trash free and reducing and eliminating the use of disposable plastic bottles. The Green Rangers have been a much appreciated Art competitions are a great way to get youngsters involved! Here, kids show their work at the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Winning artist Tahron Peters of Antigua Crew of the J-95 Shamrock show youngsters the rigging of a racing boat at the BVI Spring Regatta

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56 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Caribbean Students Learn the Four Rs “xture in the BVISR Village for many years. The 14 and 15-year-old students work hard to keep the village tidy,Ž explains Judy Petz, BVISR regatta director. In turn, they receive class credit and the BVI Spring Regatta also makes a contribution to their school.Ž The SMHR has made it easy for island students to earn their required community service hours by inviting them to participate in an annual Clean Up at Kim Sha Beach, the regattas main venue. This year we had to make the truck come back twice to get rid of the garbage,Ž Bos explains. This event enables us to get the students aware of the environment as well as to promote a clean regatta. The new feature this year is that we involved the LAB sports academy, so the children had the opportunity to do some sporting activities after the clean up. Even drinks and snacks were sponsored by local companies!Ž Over 100 BVI students received re-usable water bottles last year after they toured the BVISR host venue at Nanny Cay Marina. The give-away served to educate students about the environmentally-friendly nature of the regatta. For the tour, Miles Sutherland-Pilch, general manager of Nanny Cay, explained what it takes to prepare for and host an international regatta; Geoff Brooks, curator of the Virgin Islands Maritime Museum, showed the students one of the historic Tortola sloops, and the crew on the USAs Tom Mullens J/120 Shamrock invited the kids to come aboard to see the workings of a modern race boat. There are other even more creative ways students and regatta organizers have worked together. For example, explains Petz, The last three years in a row “ve or six students have contacted us for information because they are doing a project on the regatta. Projects have included business plans and the history of sailing in the territory. In addition, a BVI student currently studying in the UK is writing her dissertation for a degree in event management about how the Spring Regatta impacts the BVI both socially and economically. Thats something that Im looking forward to reading.Ž Overall interest in sailing among the local youth has increased as a result of these regatta-school partnerships, says Bos. Participation in the St. Maarten Yacht Club Sailing School has grown over the past “ve years from 35 children to 60. In addition, students from Milton Peters College are racing with the St. Maarten Sailing School. The students must volunteer as part of these training programs. This means that they will help us with preparations for the regatta, like getting the race equipment ready. Students from both these programs will have the fun of racing in this years St. Maarten Heineken Regatta.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. The school kids on tour received free reusable water bottles as part of the BVISR participation in the Clean Regattas campaignPHOTO COURTESY BVISR

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58 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Dominican RepublicDOMINICAN REPUBLICSTORY AND PHOTOS BY TASHA HACKER After three months of cruising through the Bahamas, past countless white sand shores, aquamarine harbors and secluded isles, I begin to wonder if I am being confronted with some kind of beautiful Spot the Changes game, where the only difference from one island to the next is the number of palm trees on it. Our cruising friends in the Bahamas are making plans to move in one of two directions … back north towards Florida or, like us, south to the Caribbean. Most are surprisingly uninterested in stopping in the Dominican Republic. Ive heard its dirty,Ž they say, and set sail for Puerto Rico. But Im curious about this expansive Caribbean island with a dirty reputation and want to see for myself what it is really like. When I “nally step foot on shore in Lupern, after a 34hour sail from Little Inagua, I am reeling from exhaustion A DIFFERENT KIND OF CRUISERS PLAYGROUNDPlaya Caleton, a gem hidden behind the mangroves Climbing through the canyons at the 27 Charcos in Damajagua

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 59 and nearly fall asleep in the airless sauna of an immigration room where Im writing down my boats name, registration number and crew details for what feels like the tenth time, each time shelling out another ten-dollar fee. Eventually, with stamped documents in hand, I wander aimlessly out of the customs of“ce in search of a cold drink, trying to shake off the salt from my long journey. And as I enter town, I am immediately smacked in the senses by loud, Latin music; quick Spanish chatter; jagged green mountains; motoconcho drivers yelling in my direction; the sticky scent of overripe mangoes and dogs scratching at their ”eas as they roll around in the middle of the road. It is overwhelming. And, yes, it is dirty. Because the Dominican Republic, wonderfully, has dirt. After a day and a half sail, suddenly, my barren, birdless Bahamian surroundings are replaced by deliciously gritty, musical streets full of Dominicans chattering and hanging their laundry from brightly-painted cinder walls; friendly passersby stopping to help me find my way (Are you looking for Wendys Bar? Free WiFi?Ž) and more animal life in one neighborhood than in the whole of the Bahamas. It is sensory overload, and I am so energized by it, I practically squeal with delight as I kick off my deck shoes, throw my charts in the air and start running for the hills. Well ƒ not really, since I need my charts and I dont wear deck shoes. But I do trade my ”ip-”ops for running shoes as soon as I discover how many hundreds of miles there are to explore by car, foot, Guagua (local bus) and motorbike in the Dominican Republic. So, once Ive had my “ll of Lupern, I hit the road and head for towns like Cabarete. Here Dominicans and expats from all over the world gather to go mountain climbing or take to the water sur“ng, windsur“ng, kiteboarding and paddleboarding. I drive a motorbike along the coast to Rio San Juan, where I drop in to beautiful beaches populated by Dominican families, jump off cliffs into cool spring waters and paddleboard around winding lagoons. My travels take me to the heart of rural towns to chat with Dominicans over cold Presidente beer and the soundtrack of Salsa, Bachata, and Merengue. The cruisers who avoided the Dominican Republic were right. It is nothing like the Bahamas. The Dominican Republic is dynamic, loud, sporty, tropical and inexpensive. So inexpensive I can eat out every night, take Spanish classes and kiteboarding lessons and not break the bank. Sure, in the Bahamas I can anchor anywhere, near any island, and everything I care to see is within walking distance or a dinghy ride from the boat. And I am always guaranteed a white-sand-and-crystal-blue-water view from my cockpit while I sip sundowners and eat home-cooked meals on

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 61 Dominican Republic board made with canned goods from Florida. But here I have the opportunity to get off the boat and push my mind, body and senses to their limits by diving into Dominican culture, practicing my Spanish, taking up sur“ng and kiteboarding, eating mofongo and exploring this vast country by hiking and driving long distances. To see the places this country has to offer, though, I have to spend a good amount of time away from my boat, which isnt very cruiser-like. But after six months of living in a closet-sized space with my husband and our two cats, I realize I am more than thrilled to leave the boat and explore land to my hearts content. In essence, the Dominican Republic is a different kind of cruising ground. Its not one where you can sail from island to island in just a few hours, or “nd a safe anchorage anywhere. In fact, there are few anchorages along the coast. But its a destination that offers a rich, dynamic experience for those who dare to get off the boat. Visit Tashas website: www.turftosurf.com Tasha Hacker has traveled the world teaching English. She co-founded the ESL teacher training school, Teaching House (www.teachinghouse.com), with her husband, which has allowed them to travel and work from their catalina 34 sailboat. For more info, visit: www.turftosurf.com. The moto is the best way to get around Cabarete The zip line in Laguna Dudu offers quite a thrill Luperon Harbor is a great place to leave the boat while you go exploring

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 63 Starting small and growing bigger. This is the secret to success that has led Club Nautico de San Juans (CNSJ) director of sailing and head coach Jose Yoyo Berrios to put Puerto Rico on the map as a global sailing power. Berrios, a San Juan native, grew up in a sailing household. His parents owned a J/29 that they would cruise to the British Virgin Islands on long weekends and holidays. Puerto Rico A few years later, they added a Topper (11ft single-handed sailing dinghy) to the familys ”eet to give Berrios and his brothers a craft of their own to skipper. I was eight at the time and not heavy enough to sail the Topper well,Ž Berrios explains. My parents enrolled me in the “rst summer sailing classes at CNSJ, so I could learn to sail correctly and from a professional. We were taught in Holders, a small sailing dinghy that looks like an Optimist. IN FOCUS: JOSE YOYO BERRIOS STORY BY CAROL M. BAREUTHERCLUB NAUTICO DE SAN JUAN DIRECTOR OF SAILING & HEAD COACHDirector of Sailing & Head Coach Jose Yoyo BerriosPHOTO: CARLOS G. LEE / MAJADEROS.COM

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 65 Puerto Rico They held a small regatta at the end of the “rst session. I took “rst. It gave me the excitement to keep going.Ž On weekends, Berrios family traveled to Fajardo where the Puerto Rico Sailing Federation held an instructional program in Lasers. Berrios battled the heavy winds and huge seas outside the breakwater at Marina Puerto del Rey, following the bigger kids, and capsizing often. It wasnt until 1993 that avid sailor Jose Fuentes introduced the Optimist to Puerto Rico for his son to sail. Berrios was age 15 at the time and the Optimist was too small for him. His younger brother Alejandro was just the right age and size for the Opti. It wasnt long before Berrios was tapped by a group of parents to coach the ”edging Optimist sailors. My “rst thought was how would I have time to sail in regattas and also coach,Ž he explains. At the same time, I enjoyed using my knowledge and receiving training as a coach from guest coaches.Ž Berrios made his coaching debut at age 16 at the Optimist South American Championships in Ecuador. The international press easily mistook him for a competitor. Hurricane Georges devastated the training facility in Fajardo. Sail instruction then shifted to the San Juan Bay Marina. Not long after a member of CNSJ ventured across the bay and asked Berrios to head up the Clubs sailing program. Berrios did this part-time while assisting the setting up of an Optimist sail training program in Ponce. In 1998, he took the position at CNSJ fulltime. My goal when I started was to develop the sport of sailing for younger kids, ages six and seven, and do for them what I wasnt able to do,Ž Berrios explains. Plus, I always wanted to develop a year-round program, not one that just operated on the weekends or in the summer.Ž More than a decade later Berrios has accomplished both goals. Graduates of his program include Raul Rios, who won the 2008 Optimist World Championships, and Juanky Perdomo, who earned a Gold Medal in Boys Laser Radial at the 2013 ISAF Youth Worlds. Yet his to-do list is far from “nished. Where I am now with CNSJ is developing a program where we have teams that can compete in dinghies like Optimists and Lasers as well as in keelboats like IC24s and CSA race boats. At the same time, I introduced private lessons for adults a few years ago and this program has grown. My goal is a complete program for the whole family to sail … children, their parents and grandparents.Ž Berrios, who holds a degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, has discovered that he still has time to enjoy racing and cruising. Hes crewed aboard Jamie Torres Beneteau First 40 and now Melges 32, both called Smile and Wave in events such as Puerto Ricos Heineken Regatta and St. Thomas International Rolex Regatta. More recently, he chartered a Beneteau 50 with a group of friends and sailed the BVI over the Thanksgiving holiday. My vision is to use my skills to grow the sport of sailing even further in Puerto Rico,Ž Berrios said. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Winning coach Jose Berrios (center) PHOTO: CARLOS G. LEE / MAJADEROS.COM

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66 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 On December 31, 14 boats crossed the start line off Gustavia for the annual New Years Eve Parade, an informal regatta with staggered starts for a handicapped pursuit race. It was a beautiful sail out there,Ž says Mark Del Giudice, marina manager at Forty 1 North in Newport, RI, who comes to the Caribbean every year to organize the race, as he has done since its inception 18 years ago, alongside the St Barth Yacht Club and the Port of Gustavia. The largest boat in the ”eet was Abbott Browns 96ft Frers, Symmetry skippered by Australian Ross Kleiman. SymSt. Barthlemy SAINT BARTHLEMY 2013 NEW YEARS EVE PARADE STORY BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROSEMOND GRAUX SYMMETRY CLOCKS FASTEST TIME metry had the fastest elapsed time around the island, completing the circuit in 2h 01m 18s. Which means the record of 1h 32m 07s, set by Visione in 2004, is still anyones to beat! White Rhino a Swan 56, was the “rst boats to cross the “nish line in the pursuit race; she was followed by the Swan 53, Puffy Symmetry crossed in third place followed by the The awards were presented on the dock at 5:00pm along with champagne to kick off the New Years Eve festivites. Symmetry Captain Ross Kleiman and owner Abbott Brown

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 67 34-footer Magic Carpet The awards were presented on the dock at 5:00pm along with champagne to kick off the New Years Eve festivities on the dock. Ellen Lampert-Graux lives in Saint Barthlemy where she is editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine She writes regularly about entertainment design and technology for Live Design magazine, and about Caribbean architecture for MACO a Trinidad-based lifestyle magazine. The St. Barth-based 65ft classic ketch Lone Fox Off the wind … the Melges 24 Crash Test skippered by Mowgli Fox of St. Barths Boost n Sail sailing school, and Cielo a 66FT custom sloop

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 69 Antigua CHRISTMAS CARIBBEAN RALLY THE MODERN CARIBBEAN DREAM More than 2000 yachts cross the Atlantic Ocean every year with the vast majority of sailors looking for the adventure of a lifetime. Since the 1980s organized rallies have become very popular, the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers is the biggest, with nearly 300 yachts taking part each year but the biggest is not necessarily the best! The “rst ever Christmas Caribbean Rally (CCR) was very different. The CCR is conceived to give a personal experience, a boutique event designed to suit modern day life. After taking part in the ARC in 2011, I just thought it could be done a different way.Ž commented John Simpson, Managing Director of Sailing Rallies. Life is not the same as it was 30 years ago and we wanted to re”ect those changes in a well-organized Atlantic rally. We also felt that it was very important to make sure the sailors found the experience magical. Crossing an ocean is many sailors life-long ambition and it should be very special, a unique and personal event.Ž The rally started on December 16th, much later than the ARC. This was chosen to allow sailors to sail across the Atlantic during the festive holiday season. Meaning less time off work and away from study and by mid-December the trade winds are usually well established. Alex Merzlecko and his son Konstantin from Russia were on board the Humphreys 77, Ocean Phoenix which completed the crossing in 13 days. Alex spoke about the event before the start. It will be a great experience to cross the Atlantic with my son. The timing of the rally means that Konstantin will not miss any school time during the crossing and we intend to spend a week exploring the Caribbean when we arrive, before we ”y back to a snow-covered Moscow. This will not be my “rst trip to the Caribbean but to sail across the ocean to get there will be a “rst for me with my son. I am sure it will be a memory we will both treasure for years to come.Ž The CCR was extremely well organized. All of the yachts were scrutinised for safety before the start and were all “tted with satellite trackers for the crossing. Prior to that start, sailors were given expert advice in all manner of useful seminars, including a weather and routing master class from renowned meteorological expert Mike Broughton Family Affair … Nikolay Zakharevich and crew aboard Frizzanta a Beneteau Oceanis 41 PHOTOS AND STORY BY LOUAY HABIB

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72 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Insurance for Charter & Watersports Operators CALL OR CLICK www.CharterBiz.comGET A PERSONALIZED INSURANCE QUOTATION FOR CharterBiz.comCharterBiz.com CharterBiz.comUSA 800-773-0105 Caribbean 284-494-8925 International 305-743-7711The CharterBiz website caters to Charter & Tour Operators including bareboat and crewed charters, dive-boat and tour operators, daily rental and PWC renters. No fees, no hassles and no Prima Donnas. Just common sense!Charter Yacht Insurance Bareboat or crewed Captain & Crew Personal Accident +Weekly Income+Medical Expense Insurance Health Insurance call for more info Watersports Operators contact us Coverage worldwide Coverage worldwideOffshore Risk ManagementMarine & Specialty Insurance Services Worldwide The CharterBiz insurance program is managed by Antigua Although some of the yachts did have a friendly competition, the event is a rally not a race.Ž said Simpson. Making sure the yachts and the crew are well prepared for the crossing is far more important than speed, and a rally should be fun. The later departure provided good winds right from the start and the yachts sailed all the way without having to use their engines. Traditionally, people would avoid spending Christmas at sea but I think that has now changed. If you leave in November its a busy time for businesses and its not in the school holidays. It was interesting to see that the rally attracted students and people in work and the timing meant they were using a time when they would be away from work or study anyway. Marina Rubicon in Lanzarote has been so supportive and the marina had everything any yacht needs to prepare for the crossing, from well stocked supermarkets to comprehensive boat maintenance facilities.Ž As the yachts “nished the Sailing Rallies team were on hand in Jolly Harbour to welcome them home, organizing a prize giving and a full schedule of entertainment including a New Years Eve party, rum tasting and seminars on sailing in the Caribbean islands. Sailing Rallies next event will be the Baltic 4 Nation Rally this summer. The second Christmas Caribbean Rally will leave Lanzarote on December 14. For more information, visit: www.sailingrallies.com Louay Habib is a freelance yachting journalist who writes for a variety of clients including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Royal Ocean Racing Club. Six girls and two guys onboard the First 40 Southern Child

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74 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 MartiniqueMARTINIQUE: THE BELLE ISLANDPHOTOS AND STORY BY MARK STEVENS If youve dropped the hook off a village called Trois Islets in the southern reaches of one of the Windwards most picturesque islands, youre not even overnighting in Martiniques best anchorage. That one you have to “nd on your own. While Chris Doyle extols the delights of sailing the Windward Islands … and hes right on the money, theres a caveat: the allure of the belle island is such that you might even forget about the sailing. For there is a certain je ne sais quoi about this islands appeal, something I cant quite put my “nger on. It might be the beach I discover at Anse Mitan, perfect waters ruf”ed like a blue lace collar, a ”eet of sailboats anchored just offshore, swaying in a stately sarabande. Maybe its the accent of a pretty girl at Bistrot den Face who lets me sample a couple of rum agricoles before I “nally decide on one that, served up in a brandy snifter, sends a warm glow through my body. Or maybe its just the views … the setting sun gilding the buildings hugging the hills of Fort de France, seemingly tossed helter-skelter on the indigo slopes of a mountain whose peak is swathed in (how could it be otherwise?) a diaphanous negligee of cumulous clouds. Maybe its a certain savoire-faire … or laissez-faire … or just that rum agricole I sip in a bar that could hold its own on the Champs Elysees, replete with the islands best selection of wines and a stainless steel bar imported from France. I wanted a bit of home here,Ž explains Fabrice, the proprietor, as he pours me another rum, HSE by name, as golden and shimmering as the riches the Spanish once sought here, though they promptly deserted the island when they came up empty-handed. The British had the right idea but the French were the smartest of all. A seminal Caribbean sea battle … the Battle of the Saintes … began in this very bay fronting Fort de France in 1782. The French lost, but they kept Martinique: their tri-color ”ies over the colonial fort that gives its name to the capital, French colonial architecture dots the landscape, French The Bay off Fort de France is a popular anchorage for both locals and cruisers seeking a bit of shore bound excitement. The beaches off Point du Bout are convenient to bistros and boutiques and offer panoramic views of Fort de France, the capital.

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 77 Martinique and Creole are the prevailing languages, bistros and “ne dining abound. Three hundred sixty restaurants here,Ž says Martinique Tourisms Christel Coita. But this is only part of the allure that beckons you here with the wiles of a Paris courtesan. Lush valleys in the middle undulate in the trade winds, emerald waves of sugar cane “elds stand together with pineapple and banana groves. Tree-decorated mountains rise up in the north; here you traverse switchback roads that offer jaw-dropping views of valleys festooned with waterfalls and sea vistas that make you wish, for a while, you were back out there on the waters of one of the Caribbeans bare-boating capitals. But then you stop at a place called the Emerald Estate across the valley from the peak of Mt. Pelee, where you discover the islands biodiversity and hike the rainforest, inhaling scents as aromatic as a Left Bank parfumerie. So you continue your tour ashore. You sample rum at Depaz Distillery … cognizant of the fact that your blossoming tte--tte with Martinique may be alcohol-inspired. Or maybe not. It might be the aromas wafting from the baguette shop down the street. Perhaps its that designer shirt you picked up at a shopping center boasting admittedly ersatz architecture, though it seems real enough … buildings boasting wrought iron balconies, gingerbread trim, and storm shutters painted teal and tangerine that shelter more boutiques per square foot than Rodeo Drive. And thats before you even venture down Rue de la Republique in Fort de France, the only place in the Windwards for Paris fashions and stylish clothing shops,Ž writes Doyle in his Cruising Guide to the Windwards. At this point in my mental peregrinations, ensconced in that bar just down Rue du Chacha from the tip of Pointe du Bout, I raise my glass in a toast. Je taime, Martinique,Ž I say. Je taime.Ž I am, in short, smitten by an island thats a bit of Europe in the Caribbean … a place that reminds you that the French invented ambiance, though here theyve decorated it with Gauguin landscapes. But this explanation doesnt go far enough. In a cultural Gestalt where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts, or more appropriately, in the way a Creole pepper pot is so much spicier than mere haute cuisine, Martinique is a mlange. Consider zouk music, a blend of Caribbean and American that had its birth here, or belya dancing, a celebration heavily in”uenced by African roots. And thats when it hits me. Martinique is all these things and more. The Caribs called it Madiana … the Island of Flowers. I call it Belle Island. Tres belle. 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 Martinique boasts several rum distilleries and tours so now you know how they make that sunset cockpit beverage.

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78 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Barbados The new format Mount Gay Round Barbados Race Series, incorporating a series of coastal races as well as the iconic Mount Gay Round Barbados Race, and a “nal 300-mile sprint to Antigua to tie up with the Superyacht Cup, was deemed a huge success. Organized by the Barbados Cruising Club in association with the Barbados Tourism Authority and Mount Gay, this annual event played its part in kick-starting the Caribbean racing season. With just under 50 boats from all around the world, plus a strong Caribbean contingent, close competition prevailed throughout the week. One of the strongest classes was the J/24 with ten boats racing. Big winds and big seas put crews through their paces. One of the most memorable days was day two of the coastal series when a 30kt gust hit the ”eet on a spinnaker run. Boats fell like dominos, with one boat … Die Hard Island Water World … suffering the biggest knockdown and MOUNT GAY ROUND BARBADOS RACE SERIES remaining on her side for “ve minutes. Overall class winner was the local boat Banks Esperanza with Ian Mayers on the helm. Their overall win was even more impressive because they “nished the last race of the series in second place, with a broken boom. We had a worrying long last run in the “nal race because Rapajam storms to victory in racing classPHOTO: PETER MARSHALL Team Mount Gay Monster Project wins their skippers weight in rum for setting a new outright round Barbados recordPHOTO: NIGEL WALLACE PHOTOGRAPHY

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82 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Barbados The Mount Gay Round Barbados Race held on Tuesday 21 January, was spectacular with 36 boats tackling the 60mile course clockwise around the island. First to “nish was solo sailor Peter Allen aboard his catamaran, Stiletto who completed the course in 7h 53m 55s. However, the biggest prize of the day … for an outright win based on elapsed time … went to Raphal Grisoni and his Mount Gay team aboard the British VO70, Monster Project Monster Project completed the course in 4h 42m 28s, knocking 21 minutes off the previous record established in 2012 by Idea Idea however, broke the CSA record for corrected time. Andy Budgen, owner and crew boss of Monster Project said he was absolutely delighted with the teams performance. To be honest it was a bit of a shock to have broken the record. The team sailed exceptionally well, which, of course, was the key to our amazing achievement. Hopefully well be able to return next year and defend our title, assuming we are still around after drinking our skippers weight in rum which was our prize for winning.Ž Peter Gilkes, consultant to the Barbados Tourism Authority for Yachting Development, said he couldnt have wished for a better regatta. It is a youthful event but with tremendous possibilities for growth and development. I dont see a Barbados Round The Island Race Series ever being a massive regatta with 500 or 600 yachts but what I do forecast is this event in the next few years attracting some of the elite of world sailing to our shores and, as we saw from this years event, some of the owners of some very smart yachts made a special effort to visit Barbados to do this event. For more information, visit: http://mountgayrumroundbarbadosrace.com The winning J/24 Banks Esperanza playing the spinnaker PHOTO: PETER MARSHALL Subscribe toALL AT SEAU.S. Subscriber, 12 issues $29.95 Canada Subscriber, 12 issues $39.95 Non-U.S./Canada Subscriber, 12 issues $64.95 Read what you love... all the time, any time!

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86 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN BOATYARD GUIDE Jolly Harbour, AntiguaJolly Harbour Marina / Boat Yard17 04 46.4 N 61 54 37.0 W (268) 4626041 158018 no limit 110/220 8am5pm 70Antigua North Sound Marine17.1167 -61. 7500 (268) 5623499 \ (268) 764-259915 no limit 31 no limit Anything 24x7150Aruba Varadero Caribe 12 32 N 70 02 W 297-5883850 78523 no limit 120/240 8am4pm 60Tortola, BVI Nanny Cay Hotel & Marina 18 25 0 N 64 37 0 W (284) 4942512 1116045 no limit 110v 30amp/220v 50amp/ 3phase100 amp 7am6pm 70Tortola, BVI Sopers Hole 18 23Ž 46 -64 41Ž 53 (284) 4953349 765 18 and 40 no limit 110/220 8-5, MonSat 45Tortola, BVI Tortola Yacht Services 18 25 N 64 37 W (284)-4942124 106820 no limit 220V, 50A, 110V, 30A 7-4, 7days 70Virgin Gorda, BVI Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour 12 01:00 61 40:05 284-4955318 1015034 no limit 110/120 6am6pm 70Curaao Curacao Marine 12 N 68 W 599 9 5628000 912033193 110/220 380 8am5pm 60Boca Chica, D.R. Marina ZarPar 18 26.4 N 69 37.23 W (809) 5235858 7.56528 no limit 110/220 380 9am5pm 70La Romana, D.R. IBC Shipyard 18 23 55Ž N 68 53 55Ž W +809 449 3321/ 3323 1211026 no limit 110/220 3 phase 100/50/30 amp 8-5 M-F 120Grenada Grenada Marine 12 01:20 61 40:42 00-1-473443-1667 127531.50 110/220 8-5, M-F; 8-12, Sat 70Grenada Spice Island Marine Center 12 5 N 61 43 W 473-4444257 127025.40 110/230 8am4:30 pm 70Puerto Rico Varadero @ Palmas 18 04 37ŽN 65 47 57ŽW 787-6569211 1111026 no limit 50/30 amp 8-5, 7days 110Sint Maarten Megayard 1802 13.24 N 6305 08.52 W 1-7215444-060 122003312 110/220 8-5 M-F 150St. Lucia Rodney Bay Marina 1404 32. 72Ž N 6056 55. 63Ž W 758-4520324 1427555 no limit 110V/60, 220V/50, 480V 3 phase; 100 amps/leg; 220V 3 phase; 100 amps/leg; 220V40 amps; 100V 30 amps; 50 & 60 hz 8am5pm 75St. Croix, USVI St. Croix Marine 17 45 N 64 42 W 340 7730289 1168 138Ž no limit 110v 30amp; 220v 50amp; 3 phase 100amp 8-5, MonSat 60St. Thomas, USVI Subbase Drydock 18 N65 W 340-7762078 16.519050 no limit 440 three phase/220/110 8-5, MonSat1000Deltaville, Va Deltaville Boatyard 37.54 96.64 N 76.32 96.21 W 804-7768900 98025 no limit 30/50 Amp 7-5 M-F35/ 75 Onsite Crew Facilities Electrical Shop E lectronic Shop DIY Friendly Lift 1 Type / Capacity (Tons) Maximum Air Draft Maximum Beam Maximum Length Maximum Draught Carpentry Shop Prop Shop Paint Shop Arrival Hours P ower Supply Latitude LongitudeResources ASK ABOUT ADDING YOUR BOATYARD TO THE ALL AT SEA BOATYARD GUIDE CONTACT ADVERTISING@ALLATSEA.NETP hone N umber OUTSIDE OF CARIBBEAN:

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88 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 CaribbeanSeaC uraao Bonaire Aruba Montserrat U. S Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla S t.Maarten/ S t.Martin S t.Barthelemy Guadeloupe Tobago Trinidad S t. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines S t. Lucia S t. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda AntiguaC olombiaPuerto Rico Jamaica Haiti Dominican RepublicVenezuelaC arriacou Marie-Galante S t. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 4 2 Christophe Harbour, St. Kitts. Enjoy stunning views of the harbor, sea, beach and Nevis Peak from this 4 BR 4.5 BA island estate. An entry court with covered trellis, garden, and sunset pavilion leads to nearly 4,000-square-feet of re“nement that includes vaulted ceilings and ”oor-to-ceiling windows that bring a remarkable sense of volume to the living areas inside. Distinctive features include a spacious kitchen with maple cabinetry and granite countertops, pool with expansive terrace and outdoor living space with wet bar and kitchen. Price: USD $3,450,000 THOMAS LIEPMAN, Christophe Harbour Real Estate info@ChristopheHarbour.com www.ChristopheHarbour.com Of“ce: (869) 466-8738 or (800) 881-7180 1 East End, St. Thomas, USVI. Watch the boats from your balcony at this upscale 3 BR 3 BA condominium. Located steps away from a beautiful white sand beach and the St. Thomas Yacht Club, this is an absolutely stunning renovation with the highest quality “nishes. Its a must-see turn-key unit. Price: USD $3,700,000 KIRK BOEGER, David Jones Real Estate vikirkboeger@gmail.com | www.davidjones.vi Cell: (340) 244-9387 | Of“ce: (340) 774-4444 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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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 89 Half Moon Bay, Antigua. Driftwood House is a spectacular 7-bedroom waterfront estate located on a quiet cove close to the famed beaches of Half Moon Bay. The estate sits on 1.74 acres of level landscaped rolling lawns and was designed by Antiguas preeminent architect Andrew Goodenough. This unique property consists of a main house and two additional cottages. Enjoy large spacious living spaces with unsurpassed water views from every room and covered verandahs. Price: Available on Request BRADLEY ESTY, Stanleys Estate Agents info@stanleysestates.com | www.stanleysestates.com Of“ce: (268) 562-7599 3 5 East Coast, Dominica. These 2.62 acres of beach front and river side land, offer the ideal location for a boutique resort, eco-resort or large luxury villa in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The land, which is ”at and ideal for construction, enjoys approx. 400 linear feet of palm fringed beach, direct access to a paved public road and mains utilities nearby. There is also an adjoining one acre plot that can be added to this property, if desired. Price: USD $495,000 STEWART ANDREWS, Caribbean Land & Property consultant@caribbeanlandandproperty.com wwwwww.caribbeanlandandproperty.com Of“ce: (767) 449-7814 4 Pigeon Island, Saint Lucia. Look out to your own private 40-boat marina or step right out on the beach from the “ve-star luxury apartments. Theres a small selection of 2and 3-BR bed fully-furnished properties for sale. Equipped with full cooking and laundry facilities. Restaurants, gym, tennis courts and pools on site. Price: USD $800,000 MICHAEL GREEN, The Landings St. Lucia michaelG@thelandingsstlucia.com www.thelandingsstlucia.com Of“ce: (758) 452-0422 | Cell: (758) 716-0799 COMPLIMENTARY2014 Marine Services Listings Onlinewww.“rstmateonline.comSearch: by Location by Company by Category MR. VAZQUEZ: 787.753.1983 / 787.630.5300FOR SALE: 2,000 Sq. MTS Waterfront Lot with Dock CULEBRA, PR

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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! 2006 Lavezzi. Excellent all round condition. Lightly chartered. Check website 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 Amel Super Maraumu Ready to go: $249K 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. $85K Offers! 1992 Sovereign 54. Possibly the most elegant and beautiful boat around $395K Johnson 65 Fly bridge. Magnificent turnkey vessel Priced to sell!! 1993 Lagoon 47 Circumnavigation ready! 2004 Lagoon 410 S2 Ready to Live Aboard $215K Moody 38 C.C awesome blue water cruiser. Ready to go. $99K Offers. 1997 Beneteau 381 rebuilt engine. Clean and ready to go $69K offers 1984 CSY 44 Cutter. Deep Draft Version. Everything new $79K Offers! 1995 Beneteau 503 excellent all round condition OFFERS! 2006 Privilege 495 Owners version $545K 1997 Bavaria 46e Owners version. W/maker, genset, bow thruster. Beautiful. Offers! END OF DAYS FLOATING CITY. El Zorro is back! POA 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! 2007 maxim Owners version. One owner See website for details. 1997 Beneteau 381 New rigging and rebuilt engine $69K 1994 Fountaine Pajot Venezia. Loaded and beautiful. Call for survey $239K Hans Christian Telstar 38 Circumnavigation ready $119K Offers 2001 maxim 38 owners version Really clean $215K 1998 FP Bahia four cabin. New engines and plenty other new stuff! OFFERS! Tel: + 1 721 553 4475 Tony@littleships.com St Martin F.W.I. Anguilla

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96 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Brokerage 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 SPARKMAN & STEPHENS SHE DELTA 94 FOR SALE: $32,000 USD ONO Contact: K5320@hotmail.co.uk Excellent condition, proven winner, many upgrades, new winches, deck gear, instruments, race sails & cruising sails, instruments, race prepared bottom, recent mast & rigging, well serviced engine, just needs launching. $50,000.00 vat paid Antigua Contact: oaktree.lay“eld@gmail.comJ39 FOR SALE

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 97 BRIG AB INFLATABLES WORLDWIDE SHIPPING 2000 South Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 yachttenders@gmail.com | www.tendercareboats.com | 954-888-8877 55 Neptunus Cabrio, 2006 2_2 Owners version, Twin 800hp. Cats Fully equipped, beautiful express yacht `650,000 43 Hinckley Sloop, 1979 New engine 2013, new Awlgrip 2012 New spars and rig 2009, \eautiful classic `145,000 37 Jeanneau, 1995 Original owner, never chartered Perfect mid size ideal cruiser `62,000 37 Tayana Cutter, 1985 Fully equipped liveaboard cruiser jery good condition, ready to sail away `79,000 50 Morgan Sloop, 1984 ]a{or refit 2001|02, custom hardtop solar, wind, string and fast cruiser `150,000 61 Hatteras Motoryacht, 1981 Spacious 4 cabin layout, upper deck lounge Perfect for live aboard or charter `225,000 38 Custom Aluminum Power Cat, 2000 Twin }anmars, genset, a_c ~ galley Zigged for fishing charter, turn key `99,000 29 Twin Vee Ocean Cat, 2007 Center console, T|top Twin 2013 Suzuki 250s `89,000 SAIL 72 1990 T Custom Aluminum Cutter … Ideal charter yacht, offers .................`699,000 63 1979 €erbulot Schooner … ]a{or refit 2012, Twin Perkins, 4_3 layout ........`295,000 55 1984 \altic … New engine 2012, new Awlgrip side decks 2012 ..................`320,000 51 1995 €ylas … Powerful performance cruiser, 3_2 interior ............................`249,900 48 1969 €inckley }awl | Classic with in|mast furler, huge cockpit...................`175,000 42 1995 €unter Passage … Center cockpit, 2_2 layout, furling main .................`99,000 42 1981 Whitby 42 [etch … ]any new upgrades, fully cruise equipped ...........`99,000 41 1981 ]organ 416 [etch … ]any recent upgrades, 2006 engine ................`69,000 40 2000 \eneateu | Center Cockpit … Well equipped live aboard ...................`105,000 37 1982 Pearson Sloop … fast racer_cruiser, 2011 sails ...................................`37,000 36 1973 ]organ Out Island … CC [etch, many upgrades, fully equipped ........`32,000 36 1971 Gulfstar ]otor Sailor … Perfect live aboard, a_c, Perkins ....................`29,000 35 1995 Island Packet Catamaran … Perfect live aboard cat, 15 beam ...........`49,900 34 1984 Oay … jery clean well equipped weekender, recent upgrades ........`32,000 30 1977 ]oody … jintage English built pocket cruiser, jolvo diesel ................`22,000 POWER 65 1989 jiking ]otor }acht … Zoomy layout w_full width master ...................`349,000 50 1996 Carver Cockpit ]otor }acht … Twin Cats, recent haulout ...................`130,000 46 1975 \ertram ]otor }acht … ]any upgrades, fully equipped .....................`123,000 42 1988 €istar Trawler … twin jolvos, genset, flybridge, aft deck.....................`99,000 38 1967 Camcraft … Aluminum crew boat, 13 Zib w_40 hp O\ included ..........`45,000 34 2000 Sea Zay 340 Sundancer … Twin ]ercuriser, 2011 genset, clean ........`65,000 34 1974 C€\ Trawler … Single iesel, Spacious live aboard, fly bridge ...........`59,000 32 2010 Glassstream … eep jee w_ cuddy, T top twin ]ercury 300 hp. .......`99,000 32 1990 US ]arine … Commercial dive boat, 11 pax  2 crew, jolvo .............`48,000 29 2007 Twin jee … CC power cat, New 2013 twin Suzuki 250s .....................`89,000 25 1997 \lue Water … Center console power cat, twin Suzuki 150s ................`46,500 MARITIME YACHT SALESLocated in Independent Boatyard, St. Thomas, USVI Visit us online at www.maritimeyachtsales.com C: 340-513-3147 T: 340-774-3175 F: 340-774-3509 yachts@viaccess.netMember of The Yacht Brokers Association of America Brokerage

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98 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Brokerage FOR SALE: 49 Grand Banks Motor Yacht, 1987Asking $275,000Contact Ken Huskey: 828 479 4939 or khuskey@attglobal.net Boat very well maintained, repainted, 2 inboard diesel Iveco engines, 1800 hrs, 2 Hamilton jets: very safe for divers and swimmers around, 22 seats inside. 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 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. NEW PRICE! 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 $69,000. CONTACT MANNY: (787) 604-5200 or superbm@prtc.net A 35 beautiful 1985 Robert Perry blue water cruising cutter made to sail the world, Nereia is heavily built by the well-respected TaShing yard. She is completely out“tted for cruising in the islands and beyond. Nereia has many upgrades, recent maintenance, and is the boat to live out your dreams aboard. Seriously for sale at reasonable price and terms. www.nereiasailboat.com720-515-3434 (leave message)blueskybuilders@earthlink.net Nrei New Yanmar 4JH4-TE 75 HP, vessel at private dock in Jolly Harbour Antigua, ready for sail. US$ 105,000 CONTACT: a.w.meier@bluewin.ch 44 CSY WALKOVER 1978 Prime South Finger location, 2 bedrooms, bathrooms ensuite, well-maintained, AC, enjoy active views of sailing vessels arriving & exiting the harbour moorage. 5-minute stroll to the white sands of Jolly Beach. 10-minute walk to shops & restaurants. Rare end-of-terrace property with two 50ft berths, overall width: 36ft. US$ 490,000 CONTACT: a.w.meier@bluewin.ch Pri me SothFin ger lo cat ion 2bedro oms bath VILLA AT JOLLY HARBOUR, ANTIGUA Looking for the ultimate ocean steel liveaboard cruiser?Look no further!! $133,000Can make money with!!www.dutchlove.com CUSTOM HERMANSON 44 SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.net With trailer for easy shipping (owner can arrange) Many extras, St. Maarten based, for info paul@lagoon-marina.com CORSAIR 36 CORSAIR 36 A good opportunity to get one for a good price, just reduced again to USD 179,000 Lubbe-Voss 42. Designed by Sparkman & Stevens.Recent rig and sails. Lots of cruising gear. Great ocean sailing boat. Lying in St Maarten. USD 50 000 neg Contact: swart_a@yahoo.com. For Sale:

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MARCH 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 99 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! 32 2003 Wellcraft Scarab $47,500 37 1997 Sea Ray Sundancer $79,000 35 2002 Maxum 3500 66,900Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 63 1990 Viking $250,000 43 1973 Seaward Monk $110,000 49 2006 Jeanneau DS $295,000Compass Point ]arina 6300 Est. Frydenho{, Suite 28, St. Thomas, U.S.j.I. 00802 Phone‚ ƒ340„ 779|1660 Fax‚ ƒ340„ 775|4803 yachts†islands.viwww.stthomasyachts.com St. Thomas Yacht Sales SAIL 36 80 Albin Stratus, ay Sail \usiness ...`75[ 37 97 €unter, AP, Sugar Scoop .............`63[ 40 92 Caliber, 2 strms, great cond.........`98[ 44 77 CS} Sloop, new rigging ...............`69[ 49 06 ‡eanneau S .............................`295[ 62 84 Gulfstar Sailmaster, very good cond ..`339.5[ POWER 26 01 Twin jee, power cat, twin €ondas ..`28[ 28 02 Grady White, 200€P }amahas ...`40[ 30 74 Fales Trawler, pilot house .........`31.9[ 32 03 Wellcraft Scarab, twin }ahamas ..`47.5[ 34 89 Sea Zay Express, diesels ............`55[ 35 02 ]axum sleeps 4, genset .........`66.9[ 40 02 Cruiser Express, AP, great cond..`125[ 40 02 Oliver ]arine Express Cruiser ...`250[ 48 02 yna Craft ]}, 3 strms 450€P Cats .`149.5[ 63 90 jiking ]otor }acht .....................`250[Brokerage

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100 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Brokerage 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$980,000 E-mail for more info: bacobrothers@hotmail.com Built 1983 on Nevis by Ralph Harris for Neil Lewis. GM diesel Lots of sails Good inventory Ready to go cruising or ideal day charter (lapsed USCG certi“ cate) Bottom planking renewed 2011/2013 Stable strong boat Reduced Price for URGENT SALE U$ 69,000.00 as is where is Ph Ray 268-464-0845 raylinnington@hotmail.comLYING AFLOAT ANTIGUAschooner 48 WEST INDIES Very well maintained. New Yanmar 50 HP engine 2011. Many upgrades. Three cabin layout. Included is a 12ft Caribe RIB with 25HP O/B 2013. Available late May 2014 in the Virgin Islands. USD$135,000 USD$135,000 FOR SALE: 1993 Oceanis 440Pierreboudreau9@hotmail.comCONTACT: Standing rigging, uppers & lowers & forestay installed 2010, running halyards & spinnaker lines, 1 North Dacron mainsail, 1 North Dacron 150 Genoa, 1 Dacron 105 jib. Brand new 135 Quantum Dacron Genoa; 3 symmetrical spinnakers, Keel & rudder faired & West System epoxy 2012, No blisters, Painted deck with non-skid 2012, Yanmar 2gm 10 gal. Diesel; water 15 gal. CONTACT: F. Inserni Tel: 787-763-3851, cell: 787-385-3851, fax: 787-763-5223, e-mail: “nserni@gmail.com 1981 J-30 (TINGLARŽ) This Baha Cruiser 286 sports “ sherman is set up for diving or “ shing & is powered by a single 2007 Cummins QSB 5.9-380 h.p. engine w/390 total hours. It has a spacious cockpit & deck area w/ rear facing seat/cooler & holders for 12 scuba tanks. The large dive platform is 24Ž x 96Ž. Price: $49,000 FOR SALE: Baha Cruiser 286 w/Cummins QSB 5.9-380 h.p. engineFOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS & INFORMATION CONTACT: “ llsmith.pr@gmail.com Well known caribbean club racer. 10m Contention (Doug Peterson design) Recently refurbished from mast head to keel. 2011 SXM Yacht Club "Boat of the Year" $35k TAMAYAPhone 526 0159 or Email camelot@caribserve.net Hatteras 36 Convertible 1986 in PR. Battlewagon, robust construction. Longlife 390 HP Detroit 671s only 1600 hrs. First class maintenance, new bottom 2011, Onan 8KW genset refurbished 2007, interior redone, Two staterooms, sleeps 6, galley-up w/full size fridge, extra freezer, stall shower in head. Two AC units, Garmin GPS, 2 Icom VHF, cockpit awning. Reduced $79,500. Day 787-274-1147, eve 787-525-0033 e-mail lawrog@gmail.com EXCELLENT HATTERAS 36 REDUCED! 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. $99,000 DRASTIC REDUCTION!Ph 721-587-7469 or caribpower2004@hotmail.com FOR SALE IN ST. MAARTEN Safe dependable center cockpit ocean cruiser Great motor & sails, RIB, SSB, Aerogen6, solar panels, many extras and spares Solid boat. Wonderful live-aboard Lying Fajardo PR Medical problem stops me sailing. $48,000 OBOorange274908@yahoo.com CSY44 79for sale 1998 CONTOUR 34SC TRIMARAN Well maintained folding trimaran, loaded with many cruising amenities. Spacious interior with four berths and 6'3" headroom. Recent upgrades include: Dynemna Dux rigging, 1"x2" coated tramps, new self-tacking jib, compost head, 12V DC refrigeration, 80-watt solar panel. Includes 15hp Yamaha outboard and 3-axle trailer. The ability to fold allows boat to “t into a regular slip. A large cockpit and deck space, spacious V-berth, bridge deck with wide side decks, and overabundant ventilation with 12 opening ports & hatches, makes this a great cruising vessel. Located in Miami. Asking $85,000Contact Clint at tridreaming@gmail.com https://sites.google.com/site/tridreamingforsale/ SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.net

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M/S Turkish Delight NOW AVAILABLE IN TURKEY AND THE GREEK ISLANDS! See Turkey in Gourmet Luxury aboard Turkish Delight Enjoy 7 nights cruising the Islands and Bays on the Bodrum and Datca peninsulas while exploring ancient sites and stunning anchorages. Party in Bodrum for a Saturday night out in Turkey's answer to Ibiza and Mykanos. Gourmet food with a world class private chef! Visit some of the Mediteranian's “ nest waters while travelling in style. INFO@TURKISHCHARTERS.COM

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102 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Marketplace J Prop...the feathering propeller that is easy to install and adjust. Available in 2, 3 and 4 blade versions as well as for saildrives. Beta Marine US Ltd info@betamarinenc.com

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112 ALLATSEA.NET MARCH 2014 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON The brassica family of vegetables, which includes Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauli”ower, and kale, is one of your most powerful weapons in warding off many common diseases. All fruits and vegetables are valuable sources of nutrients that “ght disease. They are naturally low in fat, cholesterol, calories, and sodium; but rich in potassium, “ber, folic acid, beta-carotene and vitamins C and K. BROCCOLLI WITH CUMIN AND GARLICPrep time: 15 minutes. Cooking time: 15 minutes. Serves: 4 2 tbsp peanut oil tsp mustard seeds tsp cumin seeds Pinch of asafoetida powder (also know as Hing) In a heavy-bottomed frying pan over medium heat. Add oil, mustard seeds and toast, stirring. When they begin to pop like popcorn, add the cumin seeds and asafoetida. Stir, and as soon as the cumin seeds begin to darken visibly, add the garlic and turmeric. Stir again to incorporate the turmeric, then immediately add the broccoli and sprinkle with a little salt. Stir a few more times, to get the ”avored oil all over the broccoli, then add a couple of tablespoons of water to the pan and loosely cover to allow broccoli to steam. When the broccoli is bright green and tender-crisp, lift the lid, turn the heat up to high and boil off any remaining water Stir one more time to get all of the garlic bits and spices on the broccoli and serve immediately, still piping hot. Note: Other members of the Brassica family may be cooked in the same way. Note: Asafoetida is an ingredient often used in vegetarian Indian cooking, but the recipe will still taste good without it.GUACAMOLE ON POTATO SKINS Prep time: 15 minutes. Cooking time: 1 hour 15 minutes. Serves: 4 8 4 medium Russet potatoes Oil Pinches of sea salt 4 ripe avocados 2 cloves garlic, mincedPOTATOES: Preheat oven to 425F. Bake potatoes in oven for 45 minutes. Remove potatoes from oven (allow to cool a little). Turn oven to broiler (high). Slice potatoes lengthwise and spoon-out potatoes, leaving -inch remaining around sides of skins. Return to potatoes to broiler, cut-side up, for 5 minutes. Turn over, and spray oil on bottom of skins and sprinkle with salt. Broil for about 10 minutes, ”ip over for another 5 minutes or until skins are nicely browned. Remove and stuff with guacamole!GUACAMOLE: Mash avocados and mix together with garlic, onion, salsa, salt, and cilantro in a medium bowl. NOTE: These are great to serve as a main course with a side salad, or just serve as a side dish. Enjoy!WATERMELON AND JICAMA SALADPrep time: 15 minutes. Serves: 4 6 1/2 cup orange juice 1/4 cup fresh lime juice, plus zest of limes 1 tbsp orange zest 2 tbsp honey 1/2 tsp ground black pepper 1/2 tsp kosher salt 1 cucumber, chopped small Whisk together orange juice, lime juice, honey, pepper and salt in a large bowl. Add the cucumber, jicama, roasted beets, watermelon and toss to coat. Divide and serve on individual attractive dishes. Crumble Chevr cheese over salad. 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 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ... LOW IN FAT, HIGH IN VITAMINS 1 medium yellow onion, diced cup salsa tsp sea salt cup chopped cilantro 3 cloves garlic, minced tsp ground turmeric 6 cups of fresh broccoli ”orets Pinch of salt Water 2 cups Jicama cut into matchsticks 2 roasted beets, peeled and chopped 5 cups seedless watermelon, diced About 5oz Chevr cheese