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ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN SINT MAARTEN HEINEKEN REGATTA RORC CARIBBEAN 600 SAFETY AT SEA: EPIRB Rescue Beacons SHARKS: Maligned, Abused, Endangered E P I R B R B PHOTO SPECIAL: Caribbean Anchorages … Ten of Our Favorites FREEMAY 2014

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8 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Editors Log Sailing in the Caribbean we have grown to expect fair weather, calm seas and gentle trade winds and that if we have a problem with the boat, help is close at hand. As the editor of All At Sea I love to promote the Caribbean as a vacation destination and I know that articles in the magazine have brought people to the islands in search of idyllic conditions at sea and ashore. Thanks to the web, All At Sea reaches people beyond the Caribbean, some of whom are turning dreams into reality and setting sail for the islands. Because we have such a wide readership, we touch on subjects beyond the Caribbean dream and this month is no exception. Safety is number one priority at sea. Finding someone lost at sea is extremely dif“cult if that person isnt equipped with an EPIRB. Having been in a situation that required activating an EPIRB, I feel I am quali“ed to comment. Since that day, when I pulled the tab and released the switch, I havent gone to sea without carrying something that will broadcast my position in an emergency. New developments in search and rescue techniques and equipment put my original EPIRB to shame, a bit like comparing a telegraph key to the iPhones of today. On page 40, Glenn Hayes explores the world of Search and Rescue and takes an in-depth look at the latest in manually deployed, automatic, personal and GPS assisted EPIRB technology and explains how spending a couple of hundred dollars on electronic wizardry could save your life. I had a wonderful time at our local regatta this year having cut down my work load by not broadcasting the event on behalf of a local radio station. Im lucky in that my local regatta, the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, is also one of the largest in the Caribbean and attracts some of the worlds top sailors. With no microphone to drag around I was free to roam the race course with my camera and enjoy my time on the press boat, which is one of lifes great joys. From the press boat you are as close to the racing as it is possible get, sometimes too close, although I have heard it said that if irate sailors dont scream and cuss at the press boat, the media are not doing their job. The work that goes into organizing a large regatta never ceases to amaze me. They are complex in the extreme. Coordinating over two thousand sailors, in 20 different classes, while dealing with changing weather on an hourly basis is enough to test anyones metal. No wonder that after the event, organizers disappear for a few days to recuperate. My Gary E. Brown, Editor involvement this year included providing the commentary on the VIP boat during Saturdays racing and hosting the awards ceremony at the “nal party held on the beach in St. Maartens Simpson Bay. I shared my hosting duties with well-know yachting journalist and All At Sea contributor Louay Habib. Hosting the awards was the easy bit; all we had to do was entertain (we hope) and keep things moving while an army of assistants and volunteers handed out at least 70 prizes and awards. Commentating on the VIP boat is totally different, its fun but an open bar always throws up one wise guy. On the boat most people think that because you have the microphone you must be the captain. Heres my favorite exchange while covering the start of a race: Hey, captain, whys that boat going round in circles?Ž Im not the captain.Ž Whatever. Whys it going round in circles?Ž Its been penalized.Ž What for?Ž I dont know.Ž Im not surprised youre not the captain, you dont know anything.Ž I wasnt watching, I was checking to see if the people being seasick over the stern were okay.Ž How about a commentary on the puking, seeing as you dont know jack about sailing?Ž I do know about sailing!Ž Then why arent you the captain?Ž MICROPHONES DO NOT MAKETH THE MANSee you on the water!

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10 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 FEATURES 48 A COCKPIT WITH A VIEW COVER SHOT: Bareboats race in the Anguilla Channel during the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta | Photo: OceanMediaTHIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE42May 2014 30 FISHING TwoFerSure Wins Golden Hook Challenge32 YOUTH SAILING Youth Olympic Games34 TIPS & TRICKS Water, Water Everywhere38 CRUISING Mermaids Tears42 TECHNOLOGY Lifesaving Rescue Beacons46 OUR NATURAL WORLD Sharks: Maligned, Abused and Endangered82 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE85 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE94 MARKETPLACE 102 SPONSOR DIRECTORY 104 CARIBBEAN DINING Spring is in the Air Continued on page 12 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS19 EVENT CALENDAR20 SAILING HUMOR Baldy Sour!22 RACING CIRCUIT 2014 Heineken Regatta Sixty for the RORC Caribbean 600 PHOTO COURTESY OF ACR ELECTRONICS

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12 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP53 PUERTO RICO Destination: Fajardo, Puerto Rico56 U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS We Made it to the ISAF World Cup All Ages Compete at Chandler Sun“sh Regatta63 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and Rendezvous66 ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN Ukrains Rodion Luka Wins Budget Marine Match Racing Cup Publisher: CHRIS KENNAN publisher@allatsea.net Editorial Director: GARY BROWN gary@allatsea.net Art Director : AMY KLINEDINST amyk@allatsea.net Advertising: Caribbean Sales advertising@allatsea.net 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 May 2014 69 CARRIACOU Down Island Time Travel74 GRENADA Yearwood Wins South Grenada RegattaRESOURCES 78 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 80 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 69PHOTO BY JANET HEIN

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14 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Curaao Aruba Haiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS TO WENDY AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA ALL AT SEA TAKES TO THE AIR! Soaring above the islands of Camanoe, Scrub and Marina Cay, Wendy Van Breda, operations coordinator for Antilles Helicopter Services, BVI, takes time out to read her favorite waterfront magazine All At Sea With the beautiful islands of the Caribbean on view below, we call that true reader dedication. 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 56 We Made it to the ISAF World Cup I www.antilleshelicopterservices.com

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MAY 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 66 Ukrains Rodion Luka Wins Budget Marine Match Racing Cup PAGE 74 Yearwood Wins South Grenada Regatta Y G

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16 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 NewsCARIBBEAN NEWSA BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Colombia Calls CruisersCartagena, Colombia has put out the welcome mat, ready to show the world their hospitality, beauty and plans for the future. All at Sea had a front row seat when ProExport Colombia presented the National Nautical Tourism Plan to select journalists. Enrique Stellabati, Tourism Vice President of ProExport Colombia, recognizes that cruisers are a key component to growing the marine market in Cartagena. We have the Panama Canal here, and cruisers coming from the west coast to the east coast have to stop somewhere. Were seizing that opportunity and saying, Heres Cartagena, Ž Stellabati said. Data collected in 2013 by the Vice-Ministry of Tourism showed that 60% of international transit boats arrived in Colombia from Panama while only 25% came from the ABC islands. Stellabati said it was time to change those percentages. We are actively promoting the fact that Colombia is outside the hurricane zone. We invite cruisers from the Caribbean to come here during that season and experience our hospitality.Ž The main obstacle international cruisers have experienced throughout Colombia is the lack of enough marinas. At Club de Pesca, in Cartagena, 200 slips are “lled with local members, leaving only 20 slips available for transients. Marina owners are anxious to see the Nautical Tourism Plan implemented, bringing growth to their facility and the city they love. Over the next several years marina capacity is set to increase with expansion of existing marinas in addition to the building of two additional facilities in downtown Cartagena. Cruisers are encouraged to anchor in the protected waters off Cartagena to enjoy the history, food and festivals of the region. … Report by Terry Boram, Editor, All At Sea SoutheastBVI sailor Sam Morrell quali“es for the Youth OlympicsWith a resounding third overall “nish in the 2014 Byte CII North American Championships Sam Morrell became the “rst British Virgin Island sailor to qualify for an Olympic yachting berth. Competing in Jensen Beach, Florida, Morrell easily secured one of the four spots available to sailors from the North American and Caribbean region. Morrell will join sailors representing the USA, Canada, the USVI and the Bahamas at the event.International Yachting Events at Port Louis Marina, GrenadaCamper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina hosted many of the yachts taking part in the Oyster World Rally in March. This extraordinary odyssey started in Antigua in January 2013 and has seen two dozen of the finest yachts in the Oyster fleet cross the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans and visit countless countries and islands on their circumnavigation. Danny Donelan of Port Louis Camper & Nicholsons Marina explained that Oyster owners have established a strong bond with the marina and with the delights that Grenada has to offer. When we hosted the Oyster Caribbean Regatta last year it was clear that the owners and crew loved the island and were impressed with the facilities we provide for these special yachts. Its great to see their World Rally ”eet also choosing to make Grenada one of their stopovers, and I know they will enjoy their time here.Ž This is one of a growing number of high pro“le international events that are being drawn to Grenada and to Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina. The World ARC will be stopping here on their global rally for the next three years, and the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) recently announced that their new Transatlantic Race will “nish in Grenada this coming December. For more information, Email Danny Donelan: danny. donelan@cnportlouismarina.com or visit: www.cnmarinas. com/plm

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18 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 News Antigua Sailing Week and English Harbour 5 Year Old RumAntigua Sailing week say they are delighted that English Harbour 5 Year Old Rum, which has been a signi“cant sponsor of the event for 20 years, is increasing its level of sponsorship to Diamond level for 2014. Managing director, Anthony Bento comments on this major decision: Antigua Sailing Week continues to be the major event that drives year round awareness of Antigua and Barbuda as the premier yachting destination in the Caribbean. For English Harbour 5 Year Old Rum, that makes the decision for us to increase our support to Diamond level an important one, as working together with Antigua Sailing Week will not only assist Antigua in its tourism marketing efforts, but also work to grow our export market, a combination that we continue to see positive results on.Ž Commercial Director of Antigua Sailing Week, Alison SlyAdams said she was delighted that English Harbour Rum had increased its support of Antigua Sailing Week. Over the last few years we have worked together to develop the parties at Antigua Sailing Week and the vision of the management of Antigua Distillery Ltd., has continued to help shape our direction. We thank them for their huge support and look forward to making the Antigua Sailing Week 2014 parties the best yet.ŽVolvo Penta Name New Dealer in Dominican RepublicVolvo Penta appoints Inversiones Bastilla de Caribe IBC Shipyard (IBC) as a full-service dealer for its marine gas and diesel engines and drive systems in the Dominican Republic. Located in the Marina Chavon at Casa de Campo Resort on the south coast of the Dominican Republic, IBC, part of IB Nautica Group, is the exclusive dealer for Azimut and Benetti yachts, as well as Chris-Craft and other well-known brands. The companys shipyard has 100,000 sq. ft. of workALL AT SEA WERE SADDENED TO LEARN OF THE DEATH OF STEVE BLACK, FOUNDER OF THE CARIBBEAN 1500 RALLY Steve was an inspiration to very many sailors through his long and varied career in sailing, including numerous offshore races, many of which were single-handed, and a three-year stint as executive director of the U.S. Sailing Association, based in Newport, Rhode Island. However, there is no doubt that his biggest legacy will be the Caribbean 1500 cruising rally, which “rst set sail in 1990, with a ”eet of 50 cruising boats to make landfall in Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands. The impetus for the rally started when Steve saw that cruising sailors outnumbered offshore racing sailors, but there were virtually no organized events for cruisers. Steve is the reason Im doing what Im doing today,Ž says Andy Schell, event manager for the ARC Caribbean 1500 and offshore delivery skipper. He put me on a 1500 boat back in 2006, which was my “rst offshore passage, and helped me make connections in the ocean sailing world. Steve was a huge inspiration. Its an honor to be managing the 25th Caribbean 1500 this year and carry his legacy into the future.Ž When Steve announced his decision to retire in 2010, he was determined that the 1500 would continue and develop into the future. It was his “rm belief that after 21-years of his leadership, combining the Caribbean 1500 with World Cruising Clubs world-wide portfolio of rallies would see it continue to inspire sailors for many years to come. Following several years of friendly rivalry it was with huge enthusiasm that I accepted Steves offer for World Cruising Club to take over the running of the renowned Caribbean 1500,Ž said Andrew Bishop, managing director of World Cruising Club today. I hope that with Steves passing we can see the rally he started return to its former glory in memory of his life and in recognition of all that he did to establish the event that helped so many take those “rst ambitious steps to go offshore cruising.Ž The 2014 rally will be the 25th edition of the Caribbean 1500, a “tting memorial to a man who encouraged so many cruisers to discover the delights offshore sailing.EIGHT BELLS Steve Black 1943 … 2014

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20 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014BALDY SOUR! BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor Hair is a very useful thing for a sailor to have. It helps to keep your head warm during winter gales. It also helps to keep your brain cool in the tropics. While it is true that I have very little brain left after living through the 60s„all the more reason to preserve the few cells still lurking about. Yes, hair is useful. Many animals have it. And it ably serves an Able Seaman as a constant warning device to his fragile, egg-shell skull„screaming warning during, say, an unexpected jibe„just nano-seconds before youre dead. Yeah, useful. Strange women used to “nd it convenient to grab me by it„and smooch me up. No longer. Ive shaved my head„ which is a bit like yelling I quit!Ž while getting “red. Actually, God removed my hair„and I pray He had His reasons. ƒ woe is the poor seaman who is follically challenged! What have I ever done to deserve such a fate ƒ other than bilking that starving widow out of her lifesavings; the impulse-shoving of that wobbly drunk, and all those cuckolded husbands ƒ Actually, I dont think this line of reasoning has any merit„next question, please! Its your mother, you know, from whom you inherit your head-hair-genes. Thats right, shes the one responsible. It doesnt matter if your grandfather on your fathers side has rich, luxuriant hair down to his arse IF your grandfather on your mothers side was a cue ball. ƒ argrrrrrrrrrrr!Ž Thus, my 95-year old blind mother was a bit taken aback recently when I called her up (while at sea, phone-patched through my SSB) and yelled, ƒ b@%#h !Ž I know, I know, how crude and unfair. My “rst thought while exploring my options was: transplant! I raced to my doctor. He told me„after sadly glancing at my shiny head„that you cant transplant what isnt there.Ž What the hell does that mean,Ž I said, outraged. Im an American with money. You arent supposed to tell me No!Ž Instead, youre supposed to drain my bank account, then gently inform me ƒ well, that you cant help me without an additional 50,000 bucks ƒ thats the American way!Ž Im sorry,Ž said the doctor, but I cant help you unless youre willing to consider territory ƒ well, further south.Ž So there you have it„truly an awkward moment. As you consider, seriously consider, whether you want a head bristling with pubic hair. I couldnt help it. I cried. And screamed. And ranted. And said, ƒ I dont want my pubic hair ƒ well, public! Everyone calls me a dickhead already!Ž Yes, going bald is ego-bruising. I am becoming a classic baldy sour! Various men react in various ways to an emerging shiny pate. Some green oriented man claimed that his chromedome was a solar cell which powered his libido. Alas, the guys wife de”ated this argument by asking, Whats a libido ƒ something to do with snoring?Ž Humor is, alas, the only way to go. Crying and stamping your feet only works for so long. So I attempt to put my best, most comical foot forward by regularly saying, I was

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 21 doff my hat„and then pretend that I dont see em gasping for air, laughing, guffawing, bending over double in mirth, pointing at my head, and/or retching ƒ Of course, I only have to do this for ladies„so now when your average female enters my line of sight, I just loudly burst out, ƒ slut!Ž in hopes of avoiding any social problems. (So far, this is not working!) I cant do carpentry anymore„because Ive discovered that having a pencil behind your ear is hair-dependent, too. My pencil keeps drooping, Im sorry to say. Of course, the miser in me hoped that Id save so much money on shampoo and conditioner that Id become rich„ha! Do you know how much shaving cream I go through in a week? How many razors? Band-aids? Antiseptic? ƒ do you know how much a transfusion costs? I “gure I lose about a pint of blood every time I shave my head„and if I dont shave it, I looks even worse Besides, the two-day bristles are like having barbed wire growing out of your head, and about as eroticŽ said one young lady. Thats totally true„everything fabric sticks to your head, like Velcro. My wife cant take a ”ash picture of me anymore. Bounce-back,Ž she sneers. Forget all those miracle growth products: Ive tried every type of follicle fertilizer under my hat, all to no avail. No longer can I instinctively sense the slightest wind shift while in the cockpit„not sans my 10,000 head receptors! Even lice dont want to hang out with me anymore! The “rst thing I noticed was that it was taking longer and longer to wash my face in the morning. Damn it! Of course, there are advantages. For instance, my wife just attempted to be kind to me by saying, Well, if we ever have to get in the life raft, we wont lack for a signaling mirror!Ž EDITORS NOTE: Fatty and Carolyn are hatted ƒ er, headed for New Caledonia next. 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 so scared of losing my teeth„my hair fell out!Ž Okay, not my best joke. But its good for a groan, which, in this case, is the most you can hope for. Discouraged by my doctor, I went to a hair weaver whose sign read, If youve got the money, weve the time. He was an Italian fellow with a huge, full, rich mane of silver hair combed in a wave about two meters above his head. During the entire interview, he kept staring at himself in mirror while combing his hair and making little kissing sounds towards his re”ection. Where you a good squirrel?Ž he asked me. Huh?Ž I said back. Did you save any nuts for winter?Ž Its not those hairs Im worried about,Ž I grimaced. Alas,Ž he sighed, Im a hair weaver, not a magician. Many of my customers begin, say, in middle age, to collect their, er, future hair in shower drains, hatbands, and from combs. Thus, when they “nally come into this of“ce in hopes of using my professional services, they already have a few duf”e bags of hair in readiness. Do you? Ž No,Ž I admitted. Im not that much of an advanced planner„and, besides, all my money goes into my boat, with a few pennies left over for the wifey, and nowhere aboard my modest vessel is there a place to stow a ton or two of once-proud-but-now-fallen-on-hard-times hair ƒ which, truthfully, stinks to high heaven if it gets wet.Ž Well,Ž said the weaver, in the interests of pure science and high pro“t, Ill be happy to take a stab at weaving your nose-hairs, eyebrows, and beard into a ”at, matted mess which can then be epoxied on top of your head ƒ magic, eh!Ž Yeeck! Hats are not the answer. Hats have to be removed„often amid a gaggle of giggles and snickers. I mean, if youre a sailor you do have to wear a hat„so you dont burn the thin epidermis atop your skull and boil your brains within„but this serves only to further whiten/ wrinkle/fold/wave/dent/bump, and deform your lily-white skull ƒ did I mention the word ego-bruising already? Part of the problem is that the more you wear a hat, the greater the difference between what your outside the hat skin tone and your under the hat skin tone is. Since I spend much of my life at sea, my body is tanned to a deep bronzed hue„and when I take my hat off ƒ well, my unexpectedly revealed cone-head looks like an ugly ”esh-lump covered with confectionary sugar. Those who manage not to gasp aloud usually do so by clamping a hand over their open, cringing mouth„a dead give as we say in the Paranoids for Shiny Pates therapy groups. The more ladies around, the worse it is. Whenever a lady comes into the room, Im suppose to jump to my feet and Part of the problem is that the more you wear a hat, the greater the difference between what your outside the hat skin tone and your under the hat skin tone is.

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22 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Racing Circuit The 2014 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, the Caribbeans largest annual yacht-racing affair, was this year also one of the most competitive editions in the events long, 34-year history. In roughly half of the ”eets 20 separate classes, nothing was decided until the last race on the regattas “nal day, which was conducted in uncharacteristically light, shifty, maddening winds. When all was said and done, the boats and crews that mastered those ”uky breezes were deserving champions. The biggest winners in the 211-boat “eld couldnt have been more different. On one hand, there was the veteran team from Florida aboard Richard Wesslunds J/122, El Ocaso which won the regattas biggest division, the 182014 HEINEKEN REGATTABY HERB McCORMICKSPARKLING COMPETITION AND PLENTY OF SURPRISES boat CSA 4 class, and in so doing was also honored for the events Most Worthy Performance Overall. For Wesslund, this was familiar territory, as El Ocaso received the same prize in the 2012 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta. On the ”ip side, the other top boat was a huge surprise. In the last two Heinekens, thanks to the St. Maarten Sailing School and the St. Maarten Yacht Club, several crews of local youth sailors have participated in the event and proved to be skillful competitors. Even so, nobody expected them to threaten older, more experienced sailors. But in CSA 9, not only did the St. Maarten Yacht Club Youth Sailing Team, sailing a Beneteau First Class 10, challenge the status quo: They defeated it by winning their class. El Ocaso s crew received the top prize, the St. Maarten-Saint Martin Cup for the regattas Most Worthy Performance Overall from St. Maartens Honorable Prime Minister Ms. Sarah Westcott-WilliamsPHOTO BY BOB GRIESER / WWW.OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 23 It was a remarkable victory, and for their efforts, the team was presented with the St. Maarten Local Youth Challenge Cup, presented by the islands Marine Trades Association, which aims to provide more opportunities in sailing for the local community. Its a tremendous goal that, judging from the performance of the island kids, is clearly working. As always, the three-day regatta was conducted over the “rst long weekend of March. On the Thursday before the main event began, as it has for the last several years, the festivities were kicked off by the Gill Commodores Cup, a tune-up practice series for ”at-out spinnaker-division boats sponsored by Gill North America, the regattas of“cial technical-gear supplier. A record ”eet of 50 yachts took Team Budget Marine/ Gill, winners of CSA 5, didnt lose a race in the Melges 24 fleet PHOTO: GARY BROWN/OCEANMEDIA PHOTO: GARY BROWN/OCEANMEDIAHighland Fling XII (left) and Idea of London round the windward mark part in the days racing, and many crews took advantage of the steady easterly trade winds to shake off the rust after a seasons break away from the racecourse. Then, on Friday March 7, the entire ”eet convened on two racing circles south of Simpson Bay for the “rst of“cial race of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, the traditional opening, clockwise round-the-island contest. In sweet 14-18 knot easterlies, conditions were perfect, and the yacht that made the most of them was the Volvo 70 Monster Project, a state-of-the-art round-the-world sled skippered by U.K. sailor Andy Budgen. Had Budgens team, at times topping boat speeds of over 20 knots, not missed a turning mark off Tintamarre, off the islands northeast coast, and had to turn The St. Maarten Yacht Club Youth Sailing Team on their way to an overall win in CSA 9PHOTO: GARY BROWN/OCEANMEDIA

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24 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014Simpson Bay. It was a squally, challenging day for all the sailors, with plenty of windless holes dotting the racecourse. However, as so often happens in yacht racing, the top boats found breeze when their competitors couldnt and capitalized by making the most of the testing conditions. The marquee classes, CSA 1 and CSA 2, put on grand shows. In CSA 1, for grand-prix racers, Irvine Laidlaws pretty blue Highland Fling XII with legendary Virgin Islands sailor Peter Holmberg onboard and calling tactics, held off a late charge by William Coatess Ker 43, Otra Vez to win the class by a single point. CSA 2 was the most jaw-dropping division of them all, a class that included the regal Swan 100, Varsovie and British industrialist Sir Frank Chapmans stunning Oyster 885, Clare But neither superyacht was a match for Youri Loofs handsome Swan 82FD, Alpina For a complete list of results, visit: www.heineken regatta.com Herb McCormick is the senior editor of Cruising World magazine and has served as the press writer for the Heineken Regatta for six years. Racing Circuit around, they probably wouldve beaten the course record for monohulls set by another Volvo 70, ABN AMRO ONE in the 2007 Heineken. As it was, their time of 2h 57m 13s was just sevenminutes slower. On Day 2 … Saturday the 8th … the competitors were once again treated to ideal conditions for what, for most classes, was a pair of races: a closed-course round-the-buoys race and a point-to-point distance contest from Simpson Bay to Marigot, on the islands French side. No regatta in the Caribbean boasts more bareboat charter boats or sleek, sporty multihulls, and both ”eets were showcased on the second day of action. Particularly impressive were Nils Ericksons Formula 40 cat, Soma and the entire “ve-boat Gunboat division, the powerful racer/cruiser catamarans that are, literally and “guratively, in a class of their own. Elvis a Gunboat 62, and Soma won their single races on Saturday, en route to undefeated records in the Multihull 1 and Multihull 2 classes. Both well-sailed cats were the champions in their respective divisions. But there were plenty of open-ended questions about which boats would rise to the top on Day 3, all to be answered on the “nal race for all classes from Marigot to Andy Budgens Volvo 70 Monster Project put on a Southern Ocean performance PHOTO: GARY BROWN/OCEANMEDIA

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26 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Racing Circuit The sixth edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 had a record entry of 60 yachts with 682 sailors taking part. All At Sea s Louay Habib looks at why the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) Caribbean 600 is proving irresistible to a wide variety of yachts and sailors. For over 50-years, the Caribbean has hosted inshore yachting regattas but it wasnt until the late 1980s that sailing at night in the Caribbean was accepted as a safe practice, especially for sailors unfamiliar with the reefs surrounding many islands. In 2009, the RORC decided to start an offshore race in the Caribbean and in just six years, the RORC Caribbean 600 has become an internationally recognised offshore classic. In February, the central Caribbean is undoubtedly one of SIXTY FOR THE RORC CARIBBEAN 600 Shockwave took the overall win on corrected timePHOTO: RORC/TIM WRIGHT/PHOTOACTION.COM

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 27 the best places to sail, anywhere on the planet. Warm trade winds, ocean swell and stunning islands are complimented by fantastic sunrises and sunsets and enchanting night sailing. However, any 600 mile race is tough and the Caribbean 600 requires many sail changes. For the crew, sleep is a luxury and the demanding course, which uses various islands as turning marks, keeps tacticians and navigators on alert. By far the most impressive class was IRC Zero, and what a race. George Davids RP90, Rambler was the favourite for Line Honours but Hap Fauths, JV72, Bella Mente was the “rst yacht home. Just looking at the hull shape on Bella Mente you can see that the yacht is a reaching machine.Ž commented David PHOTO: RORC/TIM WRIGHT/PHOTOACTION.COM

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28 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014The big boat duel had played out to a fascinating “nale but that was not the only battle on the course. Two magni“cent schooners, Adela and Athos, fought each other mile after mile. A 600 mile match race between two schooners, it doesnt get better than that,Ž smiled Adela s skipper Greg Perkins.  Athos has really upped their game since last year and they are quicker downwind, so the lead was swapping around a lot, maybe six times during the race. At Redonda we were level and we only pulled away on the beat to the “nish. I am really proud of the boys on Adela who put in something like 50 plus ”awless sail changes.Ž Piet Vroons Ker 46, Tonnerre de Breskens won IRC One and the oldest skipper in the race recounted his close encounters with Adela For most of the “rst half of the race, we were in close contact with the schooners. I imagine we must have been a bit of a nuisance,Ž smiled Piet. IRC Two was won by Peter Sowerys First 40, Lancelot II with Vendee Globe sailor Alex Thomson on board. That was far harder than racing an IMOCA 60,Ž admitted Thomson after the race. I really enjoyed the race, but not Guadeloupe. It is pretty tough in the little boats, as we tend to get there at night with no wind inshore and going offshore is a long detour, so the bigger, quicker yachts will always have the advantage. However, the 600 is a great event with a great party atmosphere before and after the race.Ž For full results and more, visit: www.caribbean600.rorc.org 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. Racing Circuit at the “nish.  Rambler 90 has been a great boat for 12-years but yacht design has moved on. We havent raced the 90 since September and we had some issues with race preparation but we were soundly beaten, which is hard to take. However, we will be back next year with the new Rambler George Sakellaris RP72, Shockwave won the Caribbean 600 overall. The victory required enormous effort from the crew and a big slice of luck. Shockwave and Bella Mente were locked in a duel around the course. Shockwave was often behind on the water but enjoyed about a minute an hour advantage on corrected time. The wind shadow on the leeward side of Guadeloupe is a critical part of the course. Bella Mente almost had the fenders out as they powered through the lee, enjoying katabatic wind right under the cliffs on the islands west coast. Shockwave very nearly went offshore, which would have been costly. There was a discussion about avoiding the wind shadow all together, Rambler went offshore and we thought about going with them.Ž admitted Shockwave s tactician Robbie Doyle. I spotted a cruising boat that was sailing along just “ne inshore, so we stayed in and although we didnt do as good a job as Bella Mente there, we got out okay but we knew we were behind on corrected time.Ž Bella Mente rounded the most easterly part of the course at Les Dsirade and cracked sheets for the power reach to Barbuda. In a few hours, she was 20-miles ahead of Shockwave and could taste overall victory. Bella Mente arrived off Barbuda at night and sailed beneath a huge black cloud near the mark, and suddenly, instead of continuing to romp along at 20 knots, she came to a grinding halt. Shockwave caught them up and hung on for the last 100 miles to take the overall win on corrected time. PHOTO: RORC/TIM WRIGHT/PHOTOACTION.COM Bella Mente with Mike Moose Sanderson at the helm and an unusual figurehead on the bow

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30 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 FishingBY CAROL M. BAREUTHER TWOFERSURE WINS GOLDEN HOOK CHALLENGEThe marlin played hard to get at the 21st Golden Hook Challenge, hosted by St. Croixs Golden Hook Fishing Club on March 1 to 2. In the end, it was two decades of experience “shing in this tournament (including three past wins), persistence and ”at calm seas that led the team aboard the Topaz 29 TwoFerSure to live up to the vessels name and take home the two top prizes with only one marlin release. Four boats … Leisure Lady, Living the Dream, Turn and Burn and TwoFerSure … took to the seas on the “rst day of “shing. A three to “ve foot swell kept the ”eet somewhat close to shore. TwoFerSure with owner/captain Tom Sedgwick at the helm, left their homeport of Frederiksted and steamed eight miles to a point off the northwest corner of the island where there is a usually productive sea mount. We didnt see a single marlin,Ž explains TwoFerSure angler, Ed Beach, but we did hear on the radio that there were some bites out to the east.Ž True to report, the team aboard David Johnsons Hatteras 65 Living the Dream raised four blues and hooked up two over the two days of “shing, but didnt get a single TwoFerSure Top Boat in the Golden Hook Challenge (from left) Edward Beach (Top Angler), Tom Sedgwick, Jim Collington and Steve SmithPHOTO: ALDA ANDUZE

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 31 clean release. Living the Dream was the boat to beat, having won this event last year. Seas laid down overnight to a ”at calm. This enabled TwoFerSure to troll east for four hours to Lange Bank, located some ten miles northeast of Buck Island. This is where Beach struck it rich. It was about 11:30am when a lone blue marlin came up on the right rigger,Ž Beach explains. It spit the hook, and then circled back around a second time and I hooked him. It was a 22-minute “ght. The blue marlin was small, about 125lb. We tagged and released it healthy and it swam away. The catch was a real team effort.Ž Radio silence prevailed for the rest of the day. No wonder. No one else caught and released a marlin so it didnt take long to calculate the prize winners. TwoFerSure received its Top Boat trophy and Beach his Top Angler trophy at a BBQ awards ceremony held at the Golden Hook Fishing Clubs new clubhouse at Green Cay Marina. Normally, the seas off St. Croix in January, February and March can be quite productive for marlin “shing. In fact, the Clubs ”eet caught some 21 blues, whites and sail“sh during these months a few years ago. Pat Barsotti, tournament organizer, says, The “sh didnt seem hungry this year. That could be because our dates were in the dark of the moon. We scheduled it this way in order to accommodate another big event on the island, Taste of St. Croix.Ž Taste of St. Croix is part of the annual week-long St. Croix Food & Wine Festival. Taste is hosted at the Divi Carina Bay Resort and showcases dishes from over 20 of the islands best restaurants and caterers. Next year, Barsotti not only plans to move the tournament dates to the April full moon, he hopes to offer visiting anglers a long-weekend of fun. Aprils full moon rides on the coat tails of the Taste of St. Croix,Ž Barsotti explains. This offers an opportunity for anglers and their families to come over on Thursday, attend this spectacular culinary event, and then “sh the tournament over the weekend.Ž For more information, visit www.“shstx.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.Seas laid down overnight to a ”at calm. This enabled TwoFerSure to troll east for four hours to Lange Bank, located some ten miles northeast of Buck Island. This is where Beach struck it rich.

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32 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Youth Sailing The Caribbean will be well represented at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games (YOG). At least six of the islands junior sailors will compete in this multisport event of which the sailing portion will take place on Jinniu Lake in Nanjing, China, from August 18 to 23. This isnt the “rst time the regions sailors have taken part in these Games. In fact, the USVIs Ian Barrows earned a Gold Medal sailing the Boys Byte CII in 2010. The 2014 YOG will feature four classes: Boys and Girls Byte CII and Techno 293 Windsurfers. The Byte CII is not sailed very much in the Caribbean, so this has been a challenge,Ž explains the USVIs Scott McKenzie, who has wanted to defend the territorys title at the YOG ever since Barrows brought home the Gold. It was hard to learn an entirely new boat in a few months, but with the right training I was able to do it and to earn a berth to the Games at the North American Byte CII Championship in Florida in March.Ž Trinidad & Tobagos Abigail Affoo, who quali“ed for the YOG at the same event as McKenzie, says, The Byte CII is very different from a Laser or Optimist because of the high performance sail and adjustments necessary to make it go fast.Ž Celeste Lugtmeijer, who will represent the Dominican Republic at the YOG after qualifying at the 2013 Byte World Championships, agrees and adds, Everything is different about Bytes and Optis; the shape of the sail, its material, the haul, the sailing technique, the traveler, the functioning of the controls. I mean some great Opti sailors are terrible Byte sailors and vice versa.ŽYOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES SAILORS FROM SEVERAL ISLANDS TO COMPETE IN 2014BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER BVIs Sam Morrell leads at the mark Trinidad & Tobagos Abigail Affoo collects another trophy PHOTO: JOE AFFOO

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 33 The Byte CII may be perfect for the conditions expected at the YOG venue. St. Lucias Luc Chevrier, who quali“ed for the YOG at the St. Lucian National Championship in Laser 4.7 last June, explains, The Byte has tremendous acceleration, and although it is very tippy, it is very easy to steer. It is as if you are hovering over the water. Its a perfect boat for light winds due to its full battened main sail and carbon “ber mast.Ž These young sailors are employing a variety of training techniques to prepare them for the YOG. The BVIs Sam Morrell explains, I will be trying to train in areas with light and shifty conditions like Long Island Sound or on a lake in Canada over the summer. The regatta venue is a lake three hours inland of Shanghai. By what Ive heard the venue will be light and shifty.Ž Working out on land is one way the USVIs Paige Clarke, who like McKenzie, Affoo and Morrell quali“ed at the Byte CII North American Championships, will train. Im working out with a trainer one to two times per week and running to build strength and endurance so as to work the boat properly. I also plan to compete in some Laser and Byte regattas over the summer before the Games.Ž The YOG are not the culmination of these sailors careers, but a stepping stone towards the future. The BVIs Morrell explains, After I quali“ed, I sat down to decide what I wanted to do after the Youth Olympic Games. I talked with my Dad about buying a 29er and starting an ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships campaign, then hopefully start an Olympic campaign in the 49er with my crew.Ž Puerto Rican Laser sailor Juan Juanky Perdomo, who won a Gold medal at the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship last year in Cyprus, has been named an Athlete Role Model for this summers YOG. Perdomo will play a key role in supporting, mentoring and offering advice to the 100 young sailors who will be competing. In the meantime, the USVIs Barrows offers some sage advice from his personal experience and success. It is a very long regatta, so take it one race at a time,Ž Barrows recommends. Be consistent, and remember its about having fun; but stay focused on your sailing.Ž For more information, visit: www.nanjing2014.org/en/ Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.The Byte has tremendous acceleration, and although it is very tippy, it is very easy to steer. It is as if you are hovering over the water.Ž

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34 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Tips & Tricks WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE CATCH IT IF YOU CAN PHOTOS AND STORY BY ROSIE BURR Water is vital to life and a precious commodity these days. In the Caribbean … despite the vast amounts of rainfall we seem to experience … water supplies can often dwindle or even become contaminated after the passing of a hurricane, so it pays to have your own backup supply. Take a hike inland and youll see almost every dwelling has a huge water butt that “lls through a pipe from the gutters. Despite being short in minerals and salts from mountain and river, rainwater, in its purest form, is the sweetest of them all. Humans need approximately half a liter of water per day to survive and two liters to avoid thirst. Even today, when water-makers are the norm on many cruising boats, there are a lot of ingenious ways of collecting rainwater to supplement your supply. These include especially designed rain catchers, converted Biminis, sun covers, and awnings modi“ed with through-hull “ttings, gutters and hose pipes all adapted to catch water and channel it into tanks or jerry jugs. Some boats build dams around their on deck “lling ports and scupper drains which divert rainwater to the tanks through Y-valves. I have even seen pieces of yarn pegged to Biminis and directed into a bucket. Whatever method you choose, it can be tailored to suit your boat. Whether it is for convenience or cost, environmental reasons or the simple pleasure of getting it for free, collecting rainwater should be carefully considered especially in terms of drinking water. Air pollution from industry or highly populated areas can be a cause for concern though this is less likely for most of us sailing in the Caribbean. Saharan dust blown across from Africa, may cause more of a problem although there seems to be little information on the effect this has on drinking water, youll want to avoid consuming it. The water catchment area is also where biological or chemical pollution can occur. Decks and rain catchers in the form of Biminis or other permanently-mounted outside “ttings need to be free from salt, debris and other contaminants such as spilt diesel or oil, dirt from shore-side visits and bird poop. A “rst ”ush diverter or a way of letting these areas wash off is a necessary “rst step when collecting rainwater. Once you have decided on your method of collection With so much rain in the Caribbean there is no reason not to catch any

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36 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014and storage, the next job is to put the “rst “lter in place. This can be as simple as a piece of mesh or gauze (or even coffee “lters not paper ones) secured over the scupper drain or tank “ller. This is to stop any large particles like dead insects or grit from entering the tanks. Ideally, the water should then be held in an isolated tank incase it becomes polluted. The tank should be solid, sealed and safe from leaks and contaminants. It is a good idea to have two water “lters in place. Some recommend having two “lters in tandem … a course one and a “ne one. Others suggest placing a course “lter before the pump to stop it from blocking and to protect it from damage, and another “ner charcoal or ceramic “lter before the tap/faucet to remove pathogens and “ner particles. These are readily found on the market today. It is important to keep an eye on the “lters and change when necessary. They can be a breeding ground for bacteria if not maintained. If in any doubt about the purity of the water it can be disinfected either by boiling for “ve minutes, which is best if you dont want to add chemicals, or by treating with small quantities of chlorine, the cheapest method. Ideally “ve to eight drops of general unscented liquid household bleach containing 5.25 … 8.25 percent chlorine will treat one gallon of water, a little more if it is cloudy. Thats approx 1 teaspoon per “ve gallons. It is best to let it stand for a couple of hours “rst before drinking. Chlorine will kill most common bacteria. Finally, periodically clean out your tanks Tips & Tricks thoroughly by scrubbing and washing out with chlorine. Collecting rainwater for drinking purposes is a controversial subject. It is a matter of personal choice, taking into consideration the area you cruise, local air pollution, your lifestyle and your particular water catchment system. Rosie and her husband Sim Hoggarth on yacht Wandering Star have cruised the Caribbean and North America fulltime for nine years. Visit their blog: www.yachtwanderingstar.com Treating water with household bleach containing 5.25-8.25 percent chlorineA TOUCH OF BLEACHCAUTION: Bleach will not kill some disease-causing organisms commonly found in surface water. Bleach will not remove chemical pollutantsSOURCE: Washington State Department of HealthVOLUME OF WATER TO BE TREATED:1 quart/1 liter 1/2 gallon/2 quarts/2 liters 1 gallon 5 gallons 10 gallons BLEACH SOLUTION TO ADD:5 drops 10 drops 1/4 teaspoon 1 teaspoon 2 teaspoons How do you catch rainwater on your boat?

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 39 VISIT ONE OF OUR CARIBBEAN SALES & SERVICE LOFTS:Quantum Tortola BVI Nanny Cay Marina Tortola, BVI 284 494 1124 kwrigley@quantumsails.com Quantum Puerto Rico Ponce Sailing Center, 805 Ave. Hostos Final #9 Playa de Ponce, Puerto Rico 787 378 5032 CARIBBEAN Sea glass are pieces of broken glass that have made their way into the waterways of the world. Sailors folklore tells the story that sea glass are the tears shed by mermaids caused by the jealous wrath of Neptune when they fall in love with a sailor, or else they are their tears shed when a sailor drowns. These broken pieces of frosted, weathered glass are found washed up on coastal shores or along river banks. There are two types … those that are created in a salty environment and those in a fresh. The ocean gems have been tossed and turned along the ocean ”oor, abrading themselves along the way over rocks and sand and tumbling in the waves, which help to create their polished appearance. A high ph balance of the sea also adds to the frostiness of the glass by a process called hydration which extracts lime and soda from its surface creating C shaped pits that can been seen on close inspection. Ph balance or acidity varies in different coastal regions allowing for some sea glass to be more frosted than others. Fresh water sea glass (or beach glass as it is commonly called) is found by inland lakes and rivers. This glass has a more shiny patina compared to its salt water counterparts. It can take between 20-50 years for a shard to become what enthusiasts would consider a well rounded specimen, where the sharp and shiny sides have been worn away to a smooth edge. The colour, size and shape you “nd also add to its rarity and value. White, brown and green are fairly common colours because of mass production originating from windows, wine and beer bottles or soda bottles. Olive greens or soft blues are a little less common probably from old canning jars and liquor bottles. Pinks and purples may well have come from clear glass that was clari“ed with magnesium or selenium as the sand that made the glass was amber in colour. Over time, the sun oxidizes the magnesium and selenium creating the lavender and pink colours. Cobalt blues, turquoise blues, amethyst, reds and yellows are all rare and considered prize pieces. They could be part of anything from antique medicine or poison bottles, from tableware to decorative art glass, from old Chinese “shing ”oats to mariners broken navigation lights. Designer glass from blown or stained glass is most prized especially as you might “nd a mixed coloured piece. Orange is perhaps the rarest colour you will “nd, originating during the art deco period in the form of various tableware and vases. Black glass is also considered to be fairly rare due in part to how hard it is to “nd amongst dark rocks and rubble, but also because it dates back to the old seafaring days when goods were transported across the seas in darkened glass containers as their contents were sensitive to light. Iron slag was added to the glass-making process to darken and fortify

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40 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Cruising Walker Bays Generation 450 Now in stock at OFFSHORE MARINE: Your Walker Bay dealer for the U.S. & British Virgin Islands W W W W W W Wal ker Ba y s Generation 450 N o w in s t oc k at O FFSH O RE MARIN E : Y our Wa lk er Ba y d ea l e r f or the U.S. & British Virgin Island s Aut Aut hor ho ize d D eal l er er TEL FAX (340) 775-4507 WWW.OFFSHOREVI.COM the bottles. It is in fact not black at all, but dark olive green or brown when held up to the light. It is referred to as black as that is how it appears in normal light. Sea glass can be found anywhere there is a beach or rocky shoreline that is open to the ocean. Some glass gets washed ashore from old shipwrecks but mostly it is rubbish from the days when the oceans were used as a dumping ground. Anywhere that is close to a shipping lane can be rewarding. A smooth clean beach wont produce good results but a rock-strewn beach with debris may well be fruitful. Low tide is the best time to hunt. Since the advent of plastic, the amount of sea glass in the oceans is on the decline. The Caribbean is a great place to hunt for sea glass because of the old trading routes from seafaring days. Ships passed through from all over the world especially from Spain, England and the North Americas. Anywhere that used to be a major port will be a good hunting ground for glass treasures. So, next time you take a stroll down a beach, keep your eyes peeled for that special piece that might date back to the days of Columbus. Rosie and her husband Sim Hoggarth on yacht Wandering Star have cruised the Caribbean and North America fulltime for nine years. Visit their blog: www.yachtwandering star.com Sea glass can be found anywhere there is a beach or rocky shoreline that is open to the ocean.

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42 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 You are at sea and conditions have rapidly deteriorated. Your vessel is taking on water and the only option is to abandon ship. The radio equipment has been rendered useless and you are left ”oating or treading water in the blue abyss. This could spell the end for some … but it doesnt have to. If there was an EPIRB, PLB or satellite messenger aboard then help could already be on the way. As conscientious boaters we should all hope for the best and plan for the worst to ensure the safety of all onboard. Filing a ”oat plan and having all the required safety equipment on board is a start, but if things were to go horribly wrong while at sea one of these emergency beacons could save your life. Despite this, many boaters dont have this equipment. With advances in technology and lower prices, and even rentals available from organizations such as those offered by Boat US, there is little reason not to. With over 35,000 people rescued since the inception of the 406 beacon in the early 1980s, they are well proven. Whether you are a cruiser, “sherman, day sailor or paddle enthusiast there is a beacon to “t your needs. There are EPIRBs (Emergency Position Indicating Beacons), PLBs (Personal Locating Beacons) and personal satellite messengers. Each has its particular advantages and any of them can get help to you in a life-threatening situation when all other forms of communication are lost. EPIRBs are the most commonly known variety of rescue beacons and can be found on vessels from ocean liners to cruising sailboats. Registered to the vessel they reside on, these emergency beacons (also known as 406 beacons) transmit an emergency signal when activated. A signal containing a unique identi“er number is transmitted at approximately 5 watts on 406 MHz (as well as a homing signal on 121.5 MHz) and is broadcast to and received by Technology LIFESAVING RESCUE BEACONSBY GLENN HAYES PHOTO COURTESY OF ACR ELECTRONICS

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 43 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 one or several orbiting satellites. That signal is then sent on to a control center that determines which search and rescue organization should be contacted and dispatched (worldwide). If the EPIRB has a built-in GPS, the position information is also transmitted and can be received by receivers placed on GOES weather satellites that are part of the GEOSTAR system. Mikele DArcangelo of ACR Electronics, a major manufacturer of emergency beacons explains why having a builtin GPS is so important. ACR has made a stand going forward that we will only manufacture GPS-enabled EPIRBs because the bene“ts GPS adds are truly life saving. Most people think that adding GPS coordinates only narrows down the search radius, and it does. But the other bene“t that a lot of readers do not understand is the additional time saved to being rescued that GPS provides. A non-GPS EPIRB has to rely on the LEOSAR satellites to use Doppler shift principles to triangulate your position. These satellites go overhead typically once every 45 minutes.Ž You are at the mercy of timing, says DArcangelo. You could be lucky enough to set it off (the EPIRB) when a satellite is within transmit range, but if youre not so lucky the wait for one to appear could be as long as an hour. With GPS positions added to your distress message the EPIRB uses the GEOSAR satellites to instantly tell SAR forces within two minutes exactly where you are.Ž This time saving can be critical in a rescue scenario. EPIRBs are available with and without built-in GPS but are becoming more common with GPS capabilities. Cost of these units has dropped considerably over the last few years and they can be found under the $500 mark. They are available in two categories. Category 1 units are autoPHOTO: GLENN HAYES

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44 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014models can be purchased for under $200. It is worth noting that all these units have to be manually deployed and need to be held above the water to transmit their signal. Some models ”oat while others require the help of a buoyant case. It is recommended that all should be tethered to your person or life jacket when in the water. It should be noted that these beacons (along with EPIRBs) must be registered but do not require any kind of subscription. Some units now have the option of sending a test message that can be customized and sent via text or email, however, this service does require a subscription fee and there may be a limit to the number of test messages that can be sent. Check with the manufacturer for details but remember that if you do not require this service there are no additional costs other than the cost of the unit and that of battery replacement every few years. There is a third option known as a satellite messenger but these are in a completely separate and growing category and will be addressed in a subsequent article. No matter which you choose, when venturing out away from readily accessible help you should have some kind of beacon aboard. The cost is lower than ever to purchase and higher than ever if you need one and dont have it to deploy. Glenn Hayes is a freelance photographer and writer living in West Central Florida. His marine and boating background extends back over two decades. Specializing in marine and location photography his work covers commercial, editorial and “ne art work. For details, visit: www. HayesStudios.com Technology matically deployed and are mounted to a vessel in a special bracket. This has a hydrostatic release that will free the unit and activate it when submerged. Mounting location is critical. It should be placed where it can be grabbed in an emergency but also in a location where, if it does autorelease, it will not become trapped or entangled in the vessels superstructure or rigging. A Category 2 unit is manually deployed and activation is manual via a switch. PLBs or Personal Locator Beacons are another form of emergency beacon that is rapidly gaining in popularity and has proven wildly successful. Just in the initial test phase, before they were released to the general public, these units saved over 400 lives. Unlike their larger brethren these compact units are designed for personal use and are registered to the individual rather than a vessel (registration is mandatory and required, just like EPIRBs, and can be done easily via fax, mail or online). These small (sometimes palm-sized) beacons operate in the same manner as EPIRBs and can also have GPS built in, enabling position information to be transmitted. Designed to be carried on the person these small beacons are capable of transmitting for a minimum of 24 hours at up to 5 watts, but because they have smaller batteries this can be as much as half the time of the larger EPIRBs. Their batteries, like their larger relatives, should be replaced by an authorized repair facility approximately every “ve years. They can be used on the water and on land and, because they are registered to the individual, they can travel from vessel to vessel without having to be re-registered. These units are ideal for crew who move from vessel to vessel or operators of smaller craft that lack the space or ideal mounting for a Category 1 or 2 EPIRB. Price is also in their favor as some GRAPHIC COURTESY OF ACR ELECTRONICS PHOTO GLENN HAYES

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46 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Our Natural WorldSHARKSMALIGNED, ABUSED AND ENDANGEREDBY JULIAN PUTLEY A de-finned Hammerhead PHOTO: JEFF ROTTMAN/THE PEW CHARITABLE TRUST

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 47What can be done: Shark “n soup, as part of Chinese culture, is purported to enhance appetite, rejuvenate, restore vital energy, enhance sexual potency and improve skin quality. All of these claims have been found to be false and should be dumped into the dustbin of myth along with rhinoceros horn. In fact this tasteless soup is more likely to be dangerous to your health due to high levels of mercury. The myth needs to be exposed in a big way. A representative of the PEW environment group was recently in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) to enlighten leaders on the plight of sharks worldwide. During a Caribbean summit of political and business leaders on Necker Island, Deputy Premier Dr. Kedrick Pickering announced governments intention to protect sharks and rays in the territory. This is crucial because although sharks are only caught as bycatch at present who knows when international shark “nners will appear on the horizon. Legislation is needed now. Kate Brunn, Founder of Reef Guardians BVI and part owner of UBS Dive Centre has been doing a stalwart job of protecting the reefs from the invasive lion“sh. She will now act as spokesperson on shark protection initiatives in the BVI. Ms Brunn is interested in exploring the possibility of shark tourism as well. In the Bahamas shark diving generates millions in revenue every year, according to PEW. Cashing in on watching these amazing creatures as well as protecting them from ruthless “shers would seem to be a win/win situation. The balance of our oceanic ecosystem needs to be protected. Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel. One of the most common questions from tourists to the Caribbean, especially from boaters, is: Are there any sharks in these waters?Ž It seems that the “ctional “lm Jaws from the mid 70s is still on everyones mind. Personally, I refused to watch such a misleading and sensational story that turned thousands away from the pleasures of seaside fun. Statistics show that youre more likely to be struck by lightning than to suffer a shark attack. Every year up to 75 million sharks are killed by humans as opposed to about “ve persons killed by sharks. Staggering, isnt it? And the main cause of such egregious slaughter is “nning, the slicing off of shark “ns for lucrative Oriental markets while simultaneously dumping the shark back into the sea to die. For many, sharks are seen as the ogres of the sea; predatory monsters, the killing of which is doing the world a favor, but nothing could be further from the truth. Sharks play an important role in maintaining the function and balance of the marine ecosystem. One example is that the decline in large sharks off North Carolina caused a huge increase in the cownose ray population (a shark food source), which eat scallops, clams and oysters. In coral reef ecosystems, corals depend on herbivorous “sh like the parrot “sh to eat algae and thus promote the growth of new corals. When sharks are removed from the ecosystem large “sh, which feed on the herbivores, increase, new coral growth is stymied and the reef is threatened. Sharks are very susceptible to over “shing because of their life cycles; slow growth, late maturation and few offspring. The IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) determined the status of 21 pelagic shark and ray species commonly caught in high seas “sheries. Sixteen of the 21 species were considered threatened or near threatened with extinction. Those common to the Caribbean include the manta ray, thresher shark, short “n and long “n mako shark and the hammerhead. If shark decimation is not curtailed now the worlds oceanic ecosystem and coral reefs will continue to suffer greatly. Shark “nning is the most devastating form of shark slaughter and probably would have been banned years ago except for the publics perception of the shark as being a dangerous and unpredictable predator. It is also extremely lucrative; shark “ns can sell for as much as US$700 per kilo and a bowl of shark “n soup can sell for $100. As we have seen sharks are really disinterested in humans as a food. The other problem is that sharks are a serious bycatch issue in commercial long-line “shing often making up a quarter of the catch. Although some sharks caught as bycatch can be retained and landed for sale, often they are thrown overboard either dead or seriously injured. In short, sharks are threatened. Fresh shark fins drying on a sidewalk in Hong Kong

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48 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 A COCKPIT WITH A VIEW 1 ST. PIERRE, MARTINIQUE Impressive Mont Pele volcano, a black sand beach and the historic waterfront comprise this number one view4 CHICHIME, SAN BLAS, PANAMA Heaps of palm trees, white sand and an indigenous culture: paradise found!

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 49 We asked long-time Caribbean cruiser and All At Sea contributor Liesbet Collaert to put together a photo-essay of the ten most scenic anchorages in the Caribbean. Liesbet says: Prep your boat, lift anchor and sail to one of these Caribbean bays. There, from the comfort of your cockpit … cocktail in hand … you can enjoy a million dollar view without spending a dime.Ž Liesbet Collaert is a freelance writer and photographer. She and her husband Mark have been cruising on Irie for seven years. They recently left the Caribbean and are heading west for new adventures in the South Paci“c. Visit her blog at: www.itsirie.com 5 6 2 PARADISE BEACH, CARRIACOU Anchoring here rewards you with an all-inclusive view: a beautiful beach with local boats opposite Sandy Island and Union Islands peaks 3 DOUBLE-BREASTED CAYS, BAHAMAS Technically not in the Caribbean, but worth the detourŽ: sandy bottom, the clearest water and the whitest sand spits SALINE ISLAND, CARRIACOU A deserted beach, an old kiln, reefs, clear water and hills surround you LOW BAY, BARBUDA An infinite beach, just for you ƒ

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50 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 A Cockpit with a View 7 TOBAGO CAYS, SVG Hello beaches, palm trees, clear water and emerging turtles!9 MARIGOT, ST. MARTIN Fort St. Louis and the French capital at your fingertips10 SALT WHISTLE BAY, SVG An attractive beach, waving palm trees and amazing sunrises8 MORNE ROUGE, GRENADA One of the best places to watch sunset

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 53 Puerto Rico Fajardo has grown from a sleepy “shing village into one of the most full-service yacht-friendly destinations in the Caribbean. Its no wonder. The citys location on Puerto Ricos east coast is particularly scenic plus its the perfect jumping-off point to explore the U.S. commonwealths off-shore islands of Culebra and Vieques as well as the nearby U.S. Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands. Whats more, Fajardo is today the hub of the islands recreational boating sector and home to every service a cruiser could desire. Transients on everything from sailboats to large motor yachts are “nding that Fajardo is a great destination,Ž says Carol Fernandez owner of Atlantic Canvas located at Puer-DESTINATION: FAJARDO, PUERTO RICO BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOS COURTESY OF CARLOS G. LEE / MAJADEROS.COM El Conquistador Hotel & Resort Marina Sunbay Marina at Fajardo

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 55 Puerto Rico to del Rey, the Caribbeans largest marina with 1,100-slips. There are many marine services, haul-out facilities, a hurricane tie down yard, ”ight access to San Juan, major grocery stores, medical facilities, hotels that range from the high end El Conquistador to bed-and-breakfasts and lots of restaurants. San Juan is just a one-hour drive away where there is an international airport, major hotels, shopping and many visitor attractions.Ž Drilling down to more detail on the marine scene, there is not one but over seven marinas in the Fajardo area and they collectively cater to all types of boats and boaters. One of these, the 282-slip Sunbay Marina, has been appointed as an of“cial cruising station for the Seven Seas Cruising Association. Olga Perez, Sunbay Marina owner, says, Our friendly staff is trained to assist yachters and to provide any information that might be needed. We even welcome„and are more than pleased„to help sailors anchored at nearby Isleta Marina.Ž Sailors can anchor their vessels in a very safe area on the west coast of Isleta Marina that is near the Custom and Immigration and Fajardo Port of“ces. In addition to Puerto del Rey, Sunbay and Isleta Marinas, there is also Villa Marina Yacht Harbor, Puerto Chico Marina, Sea Lovers and the El Conquistador Marina. Chandleries abound in Fajardo and include Industrial Marine, Martinez Marine, the Skipper Shop and West Marine. The Fajardo West Marine is one of the largest chandleries in the Caribbean and, at 16,000-square-feet, is full of merchandise, parts and accessories for the yachting lifestyle. Pedro Monge, West Marine store manager, says there are plenty of things to see and do offshore or onshore in Fajardo. Icacos, Palominos, Palominitos and Medio Mundo are small uninhabited islands off the coast with clear calm waters excellent for snorkeling and any other watersport. Nearby on land, there is the Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve, the El Yunque rain forest and beautiful beaches like at Luquillo.Ž Las Cabezas de San Juan is a 445-acre reserve that showcases incredibly diverse ecosystems. Take a guided tour over two-miles of trails and boardwalks through the mangrove forest. Kayak the bioluminescent bay at sunset or at night. Visit the historic El Faro de Fajardo, or Cape San Juan Lighthouse, Puerto Ricos oldest lighthouse built in 1880. Theres an information center and observation deck with views that span to El Yunque. This is the only tropical rainforest in the National Forest System. There is a visitors center, nature and hiking trails, waterfalls and cool river pools and places to picnic. Luquillo Beach is located a half hour drive north from El Yunque. This is one of the prettiest beaches in all of Puerto Rico with a mile-plus of white sand bordered by rows of majestic coconut palms. Nearby, the Luquillo Kiosks are a great place to sample local fare on the weekends. Row after row of open-air huts offer delicacies such as conch salad, skirt steak topped mofongo (fried mashed green plantain), seafood paella, bacalatos (salt cod fritters) and empanadillas (fried meat pies). There is something else that boaters can “nd in Fajardo beyond the marine services and majestic sites, says West Marines Monge. We have friendly people to make sure cruisers have a good time and enjoy their visit to our island.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Cabo San Juan Light, Fajardo Villa Marina Yacht Harbor

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56 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 United States Virgin Islands WE MADE IT TO THE ISAF WORLD CUP BY TEAM LEADER JAN ROBINSON The U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto were represented at the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup in Miami, Florida, bringing together the worlds top Olympic and Paralympic class competitors. Nine countries competed in the three Paralympic class events: 2.4mR (one person), SKUD 18 (two persons … one man, one woman) and the three-person Sonar. The latter being the boat sailed by the U.S. Virgin Islands team. The new USVI Team comprised David Flaherty, Tony Sanpere and Bob Blackwell, along with their coach, six-time Olympian John Foster. From Puerto Rico, the ever-cheerful Julio Papote Reguero was there in his 2.4mR. In 2008 Reguero quali“ed for the Paralympic Sailing Regatta in China. A week with the Paralympic sailors is an interesting and uplifting experience. All the sailors assembled at the Shake-A-Leg location in Coconut Grove; South Floridas premier adaptive watersports community serving people of all abilities. Also located here is Team Paradise, founded by Olympic Gold Medalist Magnus Liljedahl. Team Paradise is a non-pro“t organization working to introduce people with disabilities to the sport of sailing and also to develop athletes for the Paralympic Summer Games. The sailors at this years World Cup had a week of adapting to very light and variable winds on Biscayne Bay. Many mornings were spent sitting around, trying to make the most of it; chatting, laughing and playing pranks. On the “nal day, the race committee (and sailors) made a gallant attempt to get in some racing; but the hazy, humid day with light airs made it impossible and the honors were given based on the previous days performance. The 2014 2.4mR gold medal went to Megan Pascoe of Great Britain. Britains Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell captured gold in the SKUD 18, while Bruno Jourdren, Eric Flageul and Nicolas Vimont Vicary of France were victorious in the Sonar. Paralympic Sailing made its of“cial Paralympic debut at Sydney 2000 with two events; a one-person boat and a threeperson boat. The events were open to both male and female competitors with the host nations Noel Robins, Jamie Dunross and Graeme Martin taking the “rst Sonar gold and Heiko Kroger winning the “rst 2.4mR gold medal for Germany. The 2.4mR and Sonar carried forward to Athens 2004. The two U.S. Virgin Island Team. From left: Coach John Foster, Tony Sanpere, David Flaherty and Bob Blackwell

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60 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 United States Virgin Islands There were two facets to the St. Croix Yacht Club hosted 2nd Annual Bill Chandler Sun“sh Regatta in February that few if any other sailing competitions in the Caribbean can claim: (1) the singlehanded sailors ranged in age from 11 to 70-plus years, and (2) the only class featured the Sun“sh dinghy. Twelve sailors took to the seas for the two-day regatta, named in honor of the late Bill Chandler. Chandler spent countless volunteer hours teaching kids to sail and favored the Sun“sh when he took to the seas himself. Peter Stanton, whom Chandler taught when he was a young sailor, “nished “rst overall with all “rst place bullets except for one second place “nish. This second place was handed to him by Lenn De Palma, Chandlers nephew. Good solid tactics and great boat speed is what got it done,Ž says Stanton, who has won the Sun“sh Worlds as a Junior, represented the US Virgin Islands in the Sun“sh at a couple of Pan American Games and Caribbean & Central American Games, and is currently the Sun“sh Class representative for the territory. I looked up to Lenn when he was ALL AGES COMPETE AT CHANDLER SUNFISH REGATTA BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Winners and trophies PHOTO: KIM SANFORD Sunfish start a teenager and I was a kid learning how to sail. It was great to sail with and against him again.Ž The Grand Master Class, ages 60 and up, was the most competitive class. Only seven-points separated “rst and third place after 20 races and no throw outs. The overall

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 61 Grand Champion Tully Keith successfully defended his title in this class. Ned Jacobs was a close second with Charlie Fischer, SCYCs commodore and oldest sailor, third. Fischer says, When you are 75-years-old the opportunity to sail in singlehanded competition, and be competitive, does not present itself very often. The Chandler Sun“sh Regatta was perfect because it included all ages and skill levels. So I signed up, “gured I could beat some of the kids and maybe get lucky. Two days later, with bloody hands, sore butt and busted dreams, I realized Chandler was right. Hed always said, just blame the idiot at the end of the tiller! But, my eighth place overall out of fourteen must mean something, right?Ž On the opposite end of the age spectrum, 11-year-old Lake Sanford and 13-year-old Taylor Hasson teamed up to double-hand since they both weigh only 80lb. The duo “nished third overall and took the Youth Champion prize. The best part of the regatta was when we beat Beecher Higby (winner of the age 40 to 59-year-old Master Class and a great laser sailor) in four races!Ž says Sanford who took turns on the tiller with Hasson. Hasson credits their win to great teamwork and practice.Ž Sanford and Hasson usually sail Optimists and Lasers respectively. These two dinghies are prevalent throughout the Caribbean, yet not so the Sun“sh. In fact, Sun“sh ”eets in the islands have been up and down over the last several decades. This rise and fall in popularity has paralleled major events, such as when the Sun“sh Worlds were held in Puerto Rico in 1999 and Curacao in 2011 and when sailors are preparing for the Pan Am and CAC Games since the Sun“sh is one of the of“cial classes. However, there are Sun“sh Class Associations in Puerto Rico, Barbados, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Stanton explains, The Sun“sh is a relatively simple boat and can be adjusted so that older folks thats dont bend as easily can get under the boom and across the boat easier. Its also good for younger kids because it is not as physically demanding as a Laser. The boat is also a blast to reach around in and isnt too far off the pace of a Laser.Ž For full results, visit: www.stcroixyc.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Chandler_2014_Results.pdf For information on the International Sun“sh Class, visit www.sun“shclass.org Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. PHOTO: KIM SANFORD When you are 75-years-old the opportunity to sail in singlehanded competition, and be competitive, does not present itself very often.Ž

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 63 British Virgin Islands After three days of picture-perfect sailing Nilaya (Class A), Freya (Class B) and Moonbird (Class C) were crowned winners in their respective divisions at the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous 2014. Hosted by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) and sailed March 21-22 in Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands, the regatta brought together some of the worlds most spectacular superyachts. Second place in Division A went to the J-Class Rainbow on equal points with the 50m Fitzroy sloop Ohana in third. Division B runner up was the 57.5m ketch Twizzle ahead of the 55m Vitters ketch Marie Division C silverware went to the 31m Dubois-designed sloop Sara“n just one point behind the winner Moonbird while the 27.4m Tempus Fugit built by Arkin Pruva, took third place. The Boat International Media Trophy for the event went to the 34m Nilaya designed by Reichel-Pugh and built by Baltic Yachts. On the “nal day, the YCCS race committee set a custom course which took the ”eet west from the start off Necker Island to round the Dog Islands to starboard before heading further westward and rounding back to Necker and the “nish. Rainbow chartered by Pier Luigi Loro Piana and with Francesco de Angelis and Brad Butterworth on board, was victorious in Division A. Nilaya claimed second place leaving her with an impressive 1-1-2 scoreline and overall victory. Filip Balcaen of Nilaya said he was pleased with the result despite some dif“culties in the “nal race: It is a fantastic place to race, good winds, nice competition and incredible boats so we really enjoyed it although today we had a bad race. We had a big problem at the upwind mark, so downwind we were not able to hoist our code zero. Anyway the good thing was we only lost three minutes and in the end we came second, which is not that bad and we won the whole regatta in our class.Ž In Division B the Frers-designed Swan 90 Freya took her second bullet and notched up an equally impressive 1-21 scoreline. Meanwhile Twizzle claimed second place and second overall. Owner Don Macpherson was thrilled with Freya s win. One year ago we were here and we came in last! Over LORO PIANA CARIBBEAN SUPERYACHT REGATTA AND RENDEZVOUS NILAYA FREYA AND MOONBIRD VICTORIOUS PHOTO: CARLO BORLENGHI/ SUPERYACHT MEDIA

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64 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 proceedings: Each year we think this event simply cannot get any better, but I am happy to report that each year we are proved wrong! I feel honored to say that I have received a great number of compliments from owners and crew here on the docks. Excellent race organization, perfect sailing conditions and superb social events have made this an unforgettable week for everyone involved.Ž Pier Luigi Loro Piana was equally happy: We had a fantastic regatta, fantastic weather and great sea conditions, the best possible ones for racing. Its a pleasure, as a sponsor, to see this event growing,Ž he said. For full results, visit: www.yccsresults.com/lpcsr14/lpcsr results.htm British Virgin Islands this past year we have worked very hard and for us to come in “rst today was just so rewarding, were delighted. The crew has really pulled together, weve kept the same core guys and I take my hat off to our tactician Mike Toppa who has been a great help.Ž The 37m Fitzroy Yachts sloop Moonbird with designer Ed Dubois on board, also claimed her second bullet on the “nal day, sealing the fate of the 31m Sara“n which placed second in the race and the division overall. My “rst reaction is to thank everyone for organizing such a beautiful regatta and for getting together such an exceptional gathering of superyachts,Ž Moonbird s owner said. We had very friendly and super professional racing so I really enjoyed it, it was really fantastic. What we like here is the ”at water, 15 to 20 knots, ideal for most of us.Ž Prizes for the top three boats in each division were awarded by YCCS Commodore Riccardo Bonadeo; Pier Luigi Loro Piana; Roberto Kerkoc, Vice-President of the Board of Directors of YCCS, and Tony Harris of Boat International Media. At the “nal prize giving ceremony YCCS Commodore Riccardo Bonadeo expressed his satisfaction at the weeks PHOTO: CARLO BORLENGHI/ SUPERYACHT MEDIA PHOTO: CARLO BORLENGHI/ SUPERYACHT MEDIA

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66 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 St. Maarten / St. Martin UKRAINES RODION LUKA WINS BUDGET MARINE MATCH RACING CUP Facing an international “eld of match racers hailing from Poland, the United Kingdom, France, Russia and the Caribbean, Rodion Luka from the Ukraine won the 6th edition of the Budget Marine Match Racing Cup with a 2-1 victory over Russian skipper Eugeny Nikiforov. A silver medalist in the 49er Class at the 2004 Olympics, Luka was joined by fellow Ukraine Igor Matvienko, who won gold aboard a 470 in the 1996 Games. Dmitry Potosky rounded out Lukas winning three-man crew, who earned the $5,000 “rst-place check for their efforts. I have a really good team,Ž said Luka. We had a couple of lucky moments that really helped us. We didnt expect to win. We just did our best. Once we had the boat-handling down and that isnt a problem, you can begin to play chess, which is what match racing is.Ž Nikiforov and his team took home the $3,000 purse for Winning skipper Rodion Luka accepts the winners trophy from Chris Marshall (far right) of Budget MarinePHOTO: BOB GRIESER Rodion Luka receives a congratulatory hug from one of the Russian crewPHOTO: GARY BROWN/OCEANMEDIA

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 67 second place. In the petit “nal, Polands Przemyslaw Tarnacki beat Colin Rathbun from the British Virgin Islands by a 2-1 score to secure the $1,000 prize for third. Russian skipper Nikiforov sailed an outstanding series, tearing through the round-robin tournament with a perfect score, including a victory over Luka in the 10th and “nal ”ight of racing. It was Lukas “rst loss of the day and it set up an unexpected match in the best-of-three race “nals. And after the “rst race, when Nikiforov overtook Luka on the second of three windward legs, and then held on for the victory to remain undefeated for the series, it appeared to be the Russians day. But it turned out Luka still had some comeback magic of his own. Race 2 was delayed after the pin-end buoy went adrift, but once it was reset, Luka took the start by six seconds and never looked back, leading Nikiforov around every mark of the three-lap course to register a wire-to-wire victory to knot the “nals at 1-1. With solid breeze now providing ideal 10-12 knot wind conditions, the stage was set for a winnertake-all third and “nal race. After such a dramatic day of yacht racing, it proved to be an anticlimactic “nish. Luka and Nikiforov were in close quarters during the entire pre-start cat-and-mouse sequence, but with less than a minute before the start, the Russian blinked and Luka gained a slight advantage. They made a mistake and we got a half boat length ahead,Ž said Luka. We were quite lucky. After that, it was quite easy. We got the “rst shift and took control.Ž Luka had a solid lead at the start, extending a 19-second lead at the “rst weather mark to a dominating 39-second advantage at the second. From there, it was only a matter of covering Nikiforov to the “nish line, which Luka did with poise and aplomb. When he crossed the line he shared high “ves with his triumphant teammates. He (Nikiforov) dominated all the way through the round robin and got to the “nal race,Ž said Robbie Ferron, the founder of Budget Marine. One silly mistake put him in second place. I really feel badly for him. All day he was so technically correct and disciplined.Ž He added, But Luka is a worthy champion, and the Ukranians name will now be etched on the Budget Marine Match Racing Cup trophy. For full results and more, visit: www.heinekenrega tta.comRussian skipper Nikiforov sailed an outstanding series, tearing through the round-robin tournament with a perfect score.

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 69 Carriacou CARRIACOU DOWN ISLAND TIME TRAVEL Sailing into Carriacous Tyrell Bay is a refreshing tack back in time. The bay, nearly half-a-mile wide, meets the land in a gentle curve, attached by a ribbon of sand and road. The bay often accommodates over 100 vessels ”ying ”ags from all corners of the world. From the anchorage theres an obvious lack of amenities: no mega marinas or mooring “eld; dingy docks are sketchy and the shoreline is void of all things modern and manic. The simplicity continues ashore in the village of Harvey Vale where youll “nd some of the friendliest locals in the Windward Islands, especially if you remember to put salutations before business. Tyrell Bays history is steeped in maritime tradition and commerce. Wooden cargo vessels, built on the beach, were routinely maintained by careening at anchor. Fishing was done under sail; lobsters collected by woven traps. Working the sea continues to be both livelihood and tradition. Upon your arrival, you may be met by a small boat offering fresh catch and some wine with which to wash it down. Every menu ashore boasts lambi, lobster, and “sh„ stewed, fried, baked, curried or corned. New services crop up periodically and existing ones segue to meet the demands of modern vessels and visitors. PHOTOS AND STORY BY JANET HEIN Wi-Fi is abundant; there are two laundry facilities and buses run day and night. Carriacou Marine, Ltd., which “lls the southwest corner of the bay, is a full service boatyard with a 50 ton travel lift and ample space for yard work and repair. Snowbirds love it for off season storage. The tidy compound includes a mini market, cafe and Island Water World outlet. Recently an of“ce for Customs and Immigration opened on site, eliminating The anchorage in Tyrell Bay Big Mama, Denise Mathew

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70 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Carriacou the need to anchor for clearance in nearby Hillsborough. Next door is The Slipway, a marine railway built to haul and repair yachts, that was abandoned years ago but lives on today as one of the islands premier restaurants. Owners Daniela Angelico Stewart and Kate Stroebel embraced the sites artifacts, creating an elegant, yet nostalgic dining venue by turning table saws and band saws into dining tables and placing on display a collection of antique dinghies and boat blocks. Down the beach is Lazy Turtle, now in the hands of Sue Hamelin and Shayne Wallis. They set out a year ago from England, in search of a restaurant and an island to love. Since opening in November, they havent looked back. Their pizza oven and skilled staff produce island inspired pies and theres frequently live music to help dance it off. You might hear a string band or their own Brenden McKie, aka Kill A B, who recently placed “rst in the Soca contest. Sundowners beachside deck Inside the Slipway Restaurant Sally ORegan in her Gallery Caf

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72 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 head across the street to one of two plywood-box buildings where you will “nd whats fresh today and leave without, it “nish. Denise Mathew of Big Mama Market Yacht Provisioning has an interesting assortment of goods ranging from turmeric root to hair extensions. What else would you need? At the northern corner of the bay, bordering the mangroves, sits the elephant in the bay … a long running government/private project that is rumored to grow into a mega-marina/condo/village affair. Locals are excited and skeptical at the same time. It could be a blessing or a thorn,Ž says Sue Hamelin. Tyrell Bay has the potential to grow but it must be done organically. This just might be the last real West Indian island.Ž No doubt about it, with change on the horizon, these are the good old days in Tyrell Bay and well be talking about them for decades to come. Jan Hein tacks with the seasons between the Caribbean and Seattle, usually aboard one of many wooden boats she owns with her husband, artist Bruce Smith. Carriacou If steel pan is your music of choice, show up Friday night at Sherwin Nolls Lambi Queen. Its the most constant music tradition in Tyrell Bay and if you miss it ashore, no worries; youll hear it loud and clear on your boat. Topping the list of popular night spots is Sundowners Beach Hangout, a tiny wooden structure clinging to the edge of the road. Painted turquoise and purple, itll grab your attention as you stroll by but if its dark, youll be lured, instead, by the amazing aroma of Jeanette Henderson and Frankie Colliers local dishes and stunning breads. They switch it up, blackboard style, with palate pleasing specials like callaloo fritters or Carriacou style oil down. The newest establishment in Tyrell Bay is the Gallery Cafe, serving hearty breakfasts and exotic lunches. The dining room triples as an art gallery showcasing wares from local and transient artisans. This is also the Budget Marine outpost of“ce. Owners Sally and Paul ORegan, who have called Carriacou their anchorage for eight years, know what cruisers want and need. Provisioning in Tyrell Bay is simplistic. Alexis market, the largest of several stores, carries everything you need that comes in a can, bottle or package. If you want fresh, Frankie Collier, inside Sundowners Lambi Queens pan playing mural

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74 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Grenada YEARWOOD WINS SOUTH GRENADA REGATTA Something for everyone sums up the fun at the South Grenada Regatta, hosted out of Le Phare Bleu Marina & Boutique Hotel from March 6 to 9. A ”oating Dinghy Concert in the middle of Clarkes Court Bay kicked-off the event, which also included a 15hp Dinghy Time Trial, Junior Sailing Regatta aboard Mosquito dinghies, and a Pirates Trail on shore where kids tested their skills in fun-“lled activities like walking the plank. However, the real focus of the SGR centered on the more recently added match races as well as the traditional ”eet races. The latter featured a David and Goliath battle for Overall Winner championed by Grenadas Robbie Yearwood and crew aboard Yearwoods J/24, Island Water World (IWW) Die Hard We were by far the smallest boat in the regatta at 24feet,Ž explains Yearwood. Our challenge was to keep clear of the bigger boats and play to our strengths and their weaknesses. We did. IWW Die Hard s strength lies in team BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER work and boat preparation. The team members are very good friends and have raced together for as long as twelve years. My crew is smart enough to ignore my orders and instead do the right thing at the right time.Ž Fourteen yachts racing in Cruising, Fun and Multihull classes competed in a series of four cup races under ideal weather conditions. South Grenada Regatta Overall Winner, IWW Die Hard, skippered by Robbie Yearwood Exciting fleet racing during the South Grenada Regatta

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76 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Grenada The “rst day, IWW Die Hard won the North South Wines Veuve Cliquot Cup. Yearwood explains, We positioned ourselves to start on starboard tack, with speed, close to the committee boat allowing us to tack out early rather than to continue, like the ”eet, towards the left and shallow water, which would have meant coming back out against huge and short seas that would have stopped us in our tracks. It worked because we rounded the windward mark with the biggest boats of the ”eet.Ž During the second race for the Netherlands Insurance Cup, the IWW Die Hard team judged correctly that there was more wind on the right during the long downwind leg to Prickly Bay, which at the same time had larger waves due to shallower water. These two factors enabled them to “nd more sur“ng opportunities and make up for the J/24s much shorter waterline compared to the rest of the ”eet. IWW Die Hard also triumphed in the race for the Westerhall Cup. However, the team lost the series fourth and “nal IWW Cup to the nearly twice as large Dufour 44 Piccolo driven by Grenadas Mike Bingley. Bingley accomplished this feat thanks to a quick learning curve on a boat new to him and with inexperienced crew. My boat had some rigging problems so Andrew Yates generously lent us Piccolo and some of my staff at Palm Tree Marine, who had never raced in a regatta, joined us for a wonderful time,Ž Bingley explains. When your team can gel together on a new boat as fast as the team I had, and cooperate for the common cause, that is a good recipe for winning.Ž Ten teams, including two from yachts who recently participated in the Oyster World Rally, match raced on 33ft Rush 10 catamarans. The “rst round matches proved fast, exciting and extremely close. Unfortunately, at the beginning of the second round, one of the Rush 10s dismasted and racing stopped. Bingley, who match and ”eet raced, says, I enjoy racing no matter the type of race. Since match racing uses two evenly matched boats, it leaves it down to the experience of the crew.Ž Having fun is what this regatta is all about, says SGR chairman Jana Caniga. Sailors enjoy our ”eet, match, and junior racing programs. And our great parties, top notch musical entertainment, and wide range of other water and land-based activities makes it a fun regatta for all, sailors and non-sailors, Grenadians and visitors alike. We take great pride in that.Ž The 2015 SGR is tentatively set for the second week in March. For full results, visit: southgrenadaregatta.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Great parties with the Rocky Pontoons, featuring talented young Grenadian artists Sabrina Francis and Tammy Baldeo

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80 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 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/ 3phase 100 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 18. 45222 -64. 43750 284-4955318 1015034 no limit 110/120 7am6pm 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. Kitts St. Kitts Marine Works 17 20.3N 62 50.1W 1-869662-8930 1212035 no limit 110/220/3 phase 100amp 7-4 M-F 150St. 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 Power Supply Latitude L ongitudeResources ASK ABOUT ADDING YOUR BOATYARD TO THE ALL AT SEA BOATYARD GUIDE CONTACT ADVERTISING@ALLATSEA.NETPhone Number OUTSIDE OF CARIBBEAN:

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82 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 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 Rincon, Puerto Rico. Live the tropical life in this unique architectural gem with ocean views and built in 2000. This 4BR/3.5BA single family home offers indoor/ outdoor living. The main house features the living room, dining room and kitchen combined into an open concept style. Upstairs is the master suite while on the lower level is a multi-purpose room that can be used for a gym or studio. The 2 BR 1 BA guest house across the terrace and pool area has its own entrance. Price: US $829,000 GREG FINK, Puerto Rico GREGORY FINK, Island West Properties g“nk5@gmail.com | www.islandwestsales.com Cell: (787) 823-2323 | Of“ce: (787) 823-2323 1 Cap Cana, Dominican Republic. Beautiful 5 BR/7 BA villa and studio located in Las Palmas overlooking the Punta Espada Golf Course. Available completely furnished, the residence features spacious living rooms, dining room and terrace, plus two maids quarters. Enjoy views of the ocean from the pool. Price: USD $7,500,000 LAURA ACEVEDO, Inversiones Aides Dominicana SA l.acevedo@inversionesaides.com www.inversionesaides.com Of“ce: (809) 885-2197 | Cell: (809) 669-3958 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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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 83 DAVID JONES REAL ESTATEESTABLISHED IN 1972www.davidjones.vi vikirkboeger@gmail.com Enjoy a relaxed pace of life, combined with all the amenities and advantages of a U.S. ag destination. DAVID JONES REAL ESTATE will help you live out your idea of paradise in some of the most exclusive properties in the Virgin Islands. With oces located at East End Plaza in the town of Red Hook, the DAVID JONES team of brokers sets the standard for knowledge of the islands real estate scene: land, homes, condominiums and commercial properties. As Saint omas oldest real estate agency … established in 1972 … the brokerage has sold home sites in all leading land developments and handled the major condominium developments on the island. DAVID JONES REAL ESTATE s expertise is in linking buyers and sell ers for some of the most luxurious residential properties on the islands … even uninhabited isles in the sun. For those who value the personal-touch styleƒ DAVID JONES REAL ESTATE is the choice for fullling all proper ty needs: vacation, re location, investment, retirement, rental or re-sales. "!""#""$ 2BR/2BA waterfront condo, priced to perfection. $469,000 3BR/3BA beachfront condo, spectacular remodel. $999,000 Rare opportunity to purchase a large family home on a secluded beach. $3.99M Perfect studio vacation rental condominium on desirable Sapphire Beach. $174,900 3BR/3BA waterfront condo, excellent location and condition. $499,000 Large, pristine home sits on a crest lot above world-famous Magens Bay. $2.8M

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84 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 St. John, U.S.V.I. Gaze into the sparkling turquoise tide pools lying below this spectacular hillside waterfront building site on the South Shore of St John, overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The setting is a small (10 parcels) private subdivision of multi-million dollar homes conveniently located just outside of Cruz Bay, minutes from restaurants, shopping, ferry and the car barge. Experience and enjoy incredible sunsets year round and 270 views spanning from St. Croix in the south to Thatch Cay on the north. The gentle downhill slope of this site will reduce building costs. Topographic map included with purchase, paved estate road, underground utilities. Seller will even consider “nancing! Price: US $750,000, 0.71 Acres+/MARY NICKBARG, American Paradise Real Estate, Inc. marynickbarg@gmail.com | www.americanparadise.com Cell: (340) 513-2477 3 5 Tortola, B.V.I. Built atop a 90-foot rock headland at the islands westernmost point, this 5BR/5.5BA villa features unsurpassed sweeping views of the ocean, nearby islands and nightly sunsets. This masterpiece of structural grace and ingenuity has been features in luxury, including Architectural Digest. Spiral stairs lead from the picturesque verandas to a private dock, which can accommodate large yachts, and a private cove in the cliffside. The dock is also ideal for swimming, snorkeling and diving. Price: USD $15,000,000 CHRIS SMITH, Coldwell Banker BVI chris@coldwellbankerbvi.com www.coldwellbankerbvi.com Cell: (284) 340-3000 | Of“ce: (340) 495-3000 4 Turtle Bay, Antigua. Located in a highly regarded and desirable community just “ve minutes from famed English Harbour, spacious, fully furnished Lady Angel Villa is built in a Caribbean style offers 6BR, a custom swimming pool, mature landscaped level lawns, and wonderful views to the western Caribbean seas. Ideal for discriminating buyers seeking a family estate property to entertain and host guests. A two minute walk to the Caribbean ocean to the west and Dieppe Bay beach on Falmouth Harbour to the east. Price: USD $2,300,000 BRADLEY ESTY, Stanleys Estate Agents bradley@stanleysestates.com | www.stanleysestates.com Of“ce: (268) 562-7599 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, PRIsland Real Estate Guide

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Check out www.littleships.com for more details on these listings and others! 62ft. Lock Crowther design. Awesome off shore machine. Check website for details. 1984 Miura 31 ft. Sloop. Deal to be done! $24K 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 $795K 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 1989 Cal 34 Dive research boat. Loaded with gear! $79K Whistock 62. Awesome superyacht-to-be, Needs final finishing. $259K 1990 Amel Super Maraumu Ready to go: $249K 1996 Jeanneau Intl 50. Owners version with all the toysƒin magnificent Concours Condition. Offers! 2002 Beneteau 42 Centre Cockpit. Sailaway condition! $149K 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!! 1995 Freedom 40. Very clean. Offers! 36 FT. Jaguar. Clean and ready to go. $175K Offersƒ Beneteau 2002 36,7 serious sail wardrobe. Serious competitive machine. OFFERS!! 1980 Pearson 365. Cruise ready! 1984 CSY 44 Cutter. Deep Draft Version. Everything new $79K Offers! 1995 Beneteau 503 excellent all round condition OFFERS! 2012 Lagoon 52 Immaculate and immediately available. Check website for details. 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 Morgan Catalina 1997 clean and cruise ready YOUR BOAT HERE! Tel: + 1 721 553 4475 Tony@littleships.com St Martin F.W.I. Anguilla

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90 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 MARINE CENTREwww.paradiseboats.com USED BOATS & ENGINES FOR SALE WHALER 10 150 Montauk 06 190 Outrage 11 280 Outrage (low hours like new) 05 270 Outrage 06 305 Conquest (low hours) 08 320 Outrage (like new) 12 370 Outrage (low hours) SEARAY 11 18 Bowrider 1/0 11 24 Sundeck 08 26 Sun dancer 09 31 Sudancer 05 34 Sundancer 09 27 Sundeck SLX 05 29 Sundeck SLX MERCURY USED/REman 60hp 2 stroke 50 hours 150 Opti. Pair 150 hours 7.4L long block new reman 2013 Quicksilver 280 Dynamic Rib HUGE SAVINGS! Email for more details and images. Old Parham Road / Jolly Harbor Tel: 268-462-5760 / 562-7125 Email: paradise@candw.ag 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 Brokerage Looking for the ultimate ocean steel liveaboard cruiser?Look no further!! $133,000Can make money with!!www.dutchlove.com CUSTOM HERMANSON 44 Phone owner: KAYE 340 201 3561or totenki@yahoo.com OR broker: LYNDY 340 779 1660 or yachts@islands.vi Points high, sails fast. Located St. Thomas VI. Price is $30,000 F-27 1989 FARRIER FOLDING TRIMARAN Refurbished & updated: plumbing, electrical system, & rigging. Awlgripped, Universal Diesel M35 rebuilt 444 hrs, 3 battery banks, radar, chart plotter, below deck auto pilot, electric windlass. $80,500 Refurbished &u pdated : (MA) 1988 NONSUCH 30 ULTRAOwner 617-233-1105 nonsuchforsale@comcast.net Trawler DeFever 41 CONTACT: ricardohurst@yahoo.com787 644 7603 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. Price reduced for quick sale: $39,000 FOR SALE: Baha Cruiser 286 w/Cummins QSB 5.9-380 h.p. engineFOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS & INFORMATION CONTACT: “llsmith.pr@gmail.com

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92 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Brokerage FOR SALE: 49 Grand Banks Motor Yacht, 1987Asking $275,000Contact Ken Huskey: 828 479 4939 or khuskey@attglobal.net 40 ISLANDER, Doug Peterson Design Aft cockpit, tri-cabin performance cruiser. Scheel keel, 5' 1" draft. Full electronics, dinghy/davits, nearly new sails. Custom teak interior with cedar-lined lockers. 44 hp Yanmar, Sea Frost refrigeration, bimini, dodger, side curtains, water heater. 110G water, 35G fuel. Full spec sheet available. Docked at Oriental, NC ICW M/M 182. Deaton Yacht Sales: 877-267-6216 r uiser. Scheel keel, 5' 1" draft. y new sails. C ustom teak int e Yanmar, Sea Frost refrigeration heater. 110G water, 35G Oriental, NC ICW M 6216 tion, 35G fuel. W M/M 182. SOLD 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 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: 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 $74,500. Day 787-274-1147, eve 787-525-0033 e-mail lawrog@gmail.com EXCELLENT HATTERAS 36 EXCELLENTHATTER REDUCED! Sailboat SailboatALLIED SEAWIND KETCH 30.5 blue water sailboat in way above average conditions6 fully loaded and ready for extended cruising; beta 78hr with less than 9: lass6 hot water heather6 ? west marine dinghy with Johnson :hp outboard and much more@ Please visit at www@captainsolo@net for full details and photo gallery@ Reduce for quick sale@@C9<6===@== THANK THEM FOR THEIR SUPPORT!LOVE ALL AT SEA ? Tell an advertiser, I saw it in LIVEABOARD READY TO GO JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 42.1 1995; owned 79 years; watermaker; solar; electric wind> vane; regularly serviced; new genoa and dinghy dbriefukDyahoo@com; for details asking CGUSQTT6===; Antigua to Martinique Classic Sail Charter Business Investment: Caribbean / Mediterranean / Central Am / Other LAT/LON's. Beautiful Classic Sparkman Stephens Sloop w/ land based Mercedes client shuttle. Investment: $50K. ROI. 20%. Secured. Reply for details: navstation@sailingjandy.com

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98 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Marketplace NORTH STAR MARINE REPAIR Top Quality Yacht RepairStructural, Mechanical & Electrical Systems Repair, Interior and Cosmetic WorkLocated at Penns Landing Marina & Marine Management Services Ltd. Tortola, British Virgin Islands OFFICE: 284-495-1134 CELL: 284-540-7322northstarmarinebvi@gmail.com The BVIs metal experts for 35 years! m m m m m m e e e e t t t a a a a a a l l l l l b b b b b y y y y d d d d d d d d d d e e e e e e e e e e s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s i i i i i i i i i i i i i g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g n n n n n n n n n n n n COMPLETE machine shop & fabrication services www.nautool.com UK SAILMAKERS MIAMI+1-305-567-1773 ukmiami@bellsouth.net Your NEW Sails Delivered Caribbean Wide FREE QUOTE Over 30 Years Experience SAILING HARDWARE: www.nautos-usa.com HART SYSTEMS, INC. PH 253-858-8481 FAX 253-858-8486www.tanktender.com TANK TENDERAccurate tank soundings have never been easier when one TANK TENDER monitors up to ten fuel and water tanks. Reliable non-electric and easy to install. THE ORIGINAL PRECISION TANK MEASURING SYSTEM! Subscribe toALL AT SEA www.allatsea.net subscribe@allatsea.netU.S. Subscriber12 issues $29.95Canada Subscriber12 issues $39.95Non-U.S./Canada Subscriber12 issues $64.95 Read what you love...all the time, any time! Over 30 Years Experience in South FloridaWe can provide superior coverage at lower cost. Call Joe for a fast quote! 305-992-3482www.kolisch.net Email: joe@kolisch.netKolisch Marine InsuranceYacht Insurance Brokers M M

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 99 Tel: 340-779-1660 Cell: 340-513-1660 E-mail: yachts@islands.vi Compass Point Marina 6300 Estate Frydenhoj, Suite 28 St. Thomas, USVI 00802-1411 St. Thomas Yacht Sales St. Thomas Yacht Sales DEALER, DISTRIBUTOR, PARTS & SERVICE We also rent a unit for while cruising. Call us for more information. Marketplace From France ATN Multihull Trampoline Netting High UV Resistance Racing or Cruising Custom Made or Factory Replacement Several Styles to Choose From Email for a quote! St. Kitts Marine WorksLOCATED AT NEW GUINEA, ST. KITTS Long 62 50.1 W Lat 17 20.3 N BOAT YARD Haul & Storage Special 5% discount for full payment. Haul and Launch $11 / ft. Storage $8 / ft / month. Beat the Hurricane season rush. Have access to your vessel to be launched at any time and not get stuck behind other boats. Tie down available ($3/ft), backhoe available ($100/hr) to dig hole to put keel down in etc. Pressure wash, Mechanics ($45/hr), Electricians ($45/hr), Welding and Carpenters available. Our 164 ton Travel Lift has ability for boats up to 35 ft wide and 120 feet long. We allow you to do your own work on your boat. No extra charge for Catamarans. 24 hr manned Security, completely fenced property with CCTV. Water and electricity available. FREE high speed Wi.www.skmw.net+1 869 662 8930 email: Bentels@hotmail.comREGULAR HOURS FOR HAUL: Monday to Thurs 8am to 3pm Fridays 8am to Noon 10% OFF for “rst 25 boats staying for the HURRICANE SEASON PAYMENTS … Cash (EC or US$), Visa, Master, Discover & travellers checks (must sign in front of us with ID) Agents for

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100 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Marketplace Virgin IslandsMarine Re“nishing Virgin Islands Marine Renishing Nanny Cay Boatyard, Tortola, BVICONTACT: Eddievimre“nishing@yahoo.comPH: 284-494-0361MOBILE: 284-499-1636We Take Pride in Our WorkŽ OSMOSIS PROBLEMS? Our HotVac gets you back on the water quickly, and reduces the likelihood of osmosis re-occurrence. IN ADDITION, WE PROVIDE SERVICES IN:

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MAY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 101 Let Hydrovane sail you home safelyAutopilot fails Batteries are dead Engine wont start Steering broken Rudder damaged Crew incapacitatedWHAT IF...Totally independent self-steering system and emergency rudder.... in place and ready to go. NO WORRIES WITH HYDROVANEinfo@hydrovane.comWauquiez PS 43 with o-center installation WWW.HYDROVANE.COM 1-604-925-2660 We can t any transom! Marketplace A vacancy exists for the position of CHARTER BASE MANAGERTo establish a new charter base in St Vincent and the Grenadines. Suitable applicants should have a very strong background in maintenance (knowledge of yacht systems essential), have excellent supervisory and organizational skills and be highly customer service orientated. Please send a FULL resume and covering letter to:PO Box 1171 Grand Anse St. Georges Grenada, West IndiesClosing date for applications 31 July 2014No telephone enquiries pleaseinfo@horizongrenada.com A vacancy exists for the position o f CH AR TE R BA SE 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 A L L L L L P P O O O I N N N N T T S S S S M M M A A A R R R I I I N N N E E a a a an d d C CF F F R R R Y Ya c c ch h t S Sa a l le e s Call Tracy Chance!

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104 ALLATSEA.NET MAY 2014 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON Spring is here! Below are a few recipes that will help keep you “t and healthy, in body and mind. Remember it is important to be like a cat and stretch your body every morning. During the day eat fresh, whole foods. We, at ALL AT SEA will help you make smart choices without feeling deprived!PIQUILLO PEPPERS WITH GOAT CHEESEPrep time: 15 minutes. Cooking time: 2 minutes. Serves: 4 2 tbsp “nely diced shallots 1 scallion (white part only) thinly sliced 1-1/2 tsp aged Spanish sherry vinegar Sea salt Freshly ground black pepper In a bowl mix together shallots, scallion and vinegar; season with salt and pepper. Slice open the top of each pepper to create a pocket. Spoon cheese into peppers, dividing it equally. Heat a large frying pan over medium heat; coat with cooking spray. Cook peppers, ”ipping once, until cheese begins to melt, about 30 seconds each side. Transfer to a platter. Sprinkle with parsley and thyme. Drizzle dressing over peppers and serve.NOTE: Two peppers deliver a third of your daily vitamin C needs, and vitamin C has been shown to increase fat burning during exercise!SALMON WITH MISO-DRESSING VEGETABLESPrep time: 15 minutes. Cooking time: 15 minutes. Serves: 4 cup white miso cup vegetable stock 3 tbsp mirin 2 tbsp unseasoned rice vinegar 1 tsp “nely grated fresh ginger tsp minced fresh garlic 2 tsp soy sauce 3 tbsp canola oil 4 x 6 oz skinless center cut salmon “llets, 1-inch thick In a heavy bottom saucepan, heat together the miso, stock, mirin, vinegar, ginger and garlic over moderate heat. Whisk in soy sauce and remove saucepan from heat. In another large skillet, heat the remaining 2 tbsp oil. Add the shitake and onion and cook over moderately high heat, tossing until browned and just starting to soften, about 3 minutes. Add the fennel and carrots and cook until crisp-tender, about 2 minutes. Add the radishes, cook another minute, then add spinach and cook until just wilted. Season with salt and pepper, add 1 tbsp miso dressing and toss well. Remove from heat. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a large cast-iron skillet, over high heat. Season salmon with salt and pepper. Add to the skillet and cook over high heat, until lightly browned, about 2 minutes. Turn over and cook another 2 minutes, until cooked through. Do not overcook. TO SERVE: Transfer vegetables to heated dinner plates and place salmon on top.CANTALOUPE SORBET without Corn SyrupPrep time: 5 minutes. Freezing time: 8 hours. Serves: 6 cup sugar cup water 3 cups of ripe Cantaloupe, peeled and seeded and cut into 1-inch pieces (about cantaloupe) Squeeze of fresh lime juice In a medium size saucepan, combine sugar add water. Stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Bring to boil. Transfer to 11x7x2-inch glass dish and chill until cold, about 2 hours. Meantime, pure cantaloupe in a blender until smooth, then add to sugar-syrup in dish. Stir until well blended. Freeze until almost “rm, stirring occasionally, at least 3 hours. Then transfer cantaloupe mixture to large bowl of electric mixer, beat until ”uffy. Return to freezer and freeze until “rm (do NOT stir this time), at least 3 hours or overnight.NOTE: Sorbet can be prepared 3 days ahead. Cover and keep frozen until ready to serve. 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 SPRING IS IN THE AIR 1 (13.75 oz) can (16 peppers) piquilo peppers, drained 4 oz low fat goat cheese Olive oil cooking spray 2 tsp chopped fresh parsley tsp chopped fresh thyme Kosher Salt Freshly ground black pepper lb shitake mushrooms caps, thinly sliced small onion, thinly sliced small fennel bulb; halved cored and thinly sliced 4 medium size carrots, thinly sliced on diagonal 8 radishes, thinly sliced 4 cups lightly packed baby spinach