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8 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Editors Log There can be nothing worse than returning to your boat after a pleasant run ashore only to “nd it gone, yet this scenario is played out many times in anchorages around the world every year. Im not talking about theft, as its rare that someone will make off with a yacht, Im talking about boats breaking free of badly maintained moorings. When I “rst arrived in the Caribbean it was rare indeed to “nd a mooring and everyone relied on their own ground tackle. The thing about using your own ground tackle is you know exactly what you have in the water. With a mooring, no matter how sturdy it may appear on or near the surface, you have no idea what is down there tethering your pride and joy to the bottom. Over the last few years companies, and some individuals, have gone into the rented moorings business seeing it as an easy source of income. Sink a lump of concrete or an old engine block; add a piece of rope and a mooring buoy/plastic detergent bottle and sit back and watch the money roll in. Without diving on a mooring, its hard to know if it is well maintained or the mooring block is heavy enough to hold you in a good breeze, given the vessels windage and weight. You would expect commercially owned rental moorings to be maintained and serviced to high standards but in my experience that is not always the case. On several occasions, I have seen boats ashore or drifting out to sea with the remains of a mooring hanging from the bow. Its not a comforting thought. On page 40, All At Sea s Betsy Crowfoot takes us through the mooring mine“eld and offers advice from the experts. June and the megayachts have ”ed to their summer cruising grounds and the smaller cruising boats arent far behind them. When I dinghy across Sint Maartens Simpson Bay Lagoon, the now empty marina slips resemble gaping mouths with missing teeth. What is undoubtedly a loss to the northern Caribbean is a boon for the islands in the south, where many boats now spend hurricane season. The easing of restrictions on length-of-stay in Grenada and Curaao, and the push by government to bring cruisers back to Colombia is good news. How nice it would be if Venezuela could clean up its act and return to the days when it attracted yachts like a magnet. Having mentioned the H word, I admit that my wife and I are now faced with a conundrum. We have spent the last few months working on our boat and, as of writing; the mast Gary E. Brown, Editor and boat remain separated by over a mile. We hauled out last hurricane season but this year are thinking of leaving GString in the water. This goes against all my principles and what I learned the hard way about good seamanship. When sailors ask advice about hurricane season, I tell them, usually forcefully, to haul out or head south ƒ north ƒ anywhere, just dont stay here. I have been through hurricanes yet here I am not only considering keeping the boat in the water but actually going sailing! I have done the homework, listened to long-range weather forecasts/predictions and convinced myself that El Nio is my friend. Summer in the Caribbean is incredibly beautiful, the winds are gentle and life moves at a slower pace. I feel that old pirate Sir Francis Drake and his Channel calling me and I have never been to Anegada. This could be the perfect time to explore. Convincing my wife is another matter. Feedback from our readers is very important. If you would like to comment on anything you see in the magazine then I would love to hear from you. Email: gary@allatsea.net. We have a very active Facebook page, which in April numbered 3,100 likes, and you can also “nd us on Twitter @allatseacarib MOORINGS AND THE H WORDSee you on the water! Sailing through the Caribbean summerPHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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10 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 FEATURES 46 SPORT FISHING TOURNAMENT PREVIEW COVER SHOT: Yakin in Paradise | Photo: Fi Plavenieks THIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE 42 June 2014 24 RACING CIRCUIT Sailors Face Wild Weather at BVI Spring Regatta Winners Named at 41st St. Thomas International Regatta30 SAILORS IN THE NEWS Taylor Can“eld Wins Prestigious Crimson Blazer32 CRUISING San Salvadore, Bahamas36 FISHING Casa de Campo International Blue Marlin Classic Island Water World Lures Fishermen to 1st Mahi Mahi Tournament40 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING Check Your Can42 YOUTH SAILING Schools Out76 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE79 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE88 MARKETPLACE94 SPONSOR DIRECTORY96 CARIBBEAN DINING Light Lunches Are In! Continued on page 12 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS17 EVENT CALENDAR18 SAILING HUMOR Fifos, Sisos, & Other Cruising Wives Plimsolls and Cof“n Ships

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12 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP51 PUERTO RICO Ulysse Nardin/Borinquen Islands Sailing Association Cup54 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Red Stripe/Reba Wins 3rd Annual Goslings Regatta Series58 ST. BARTHLEMY Marie Wins 2014 Saint Barth Bucket Regatta60 ANTIGUA Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta 2014 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 June 2014 65 GRENADA Yakin in Paradise69 CURAAO 2014 Windsur“ng Curaao Slalom Series II70 COLOMBIA Santa Marta: A Pleasant Colombian SurpriseRESOURCES 72 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 74 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 69PHOTO: MARJENKA DE BELL

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14 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Curaao ArubaColombiaHaiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? ALL AT SEA ... ITS EVERYWHERE! While traveling in Cartagena, Colombia, Terry Boram, Editor of our sister magazine All At Sea Southeast proudly handed fellow journalist Reagan Haynes from Soundings Trade Only, the April edition of All At Sea Caribbean Reagan captured the moment as the two of them were enjoying a delightful breakfast featuring lulo juice (or as they called it Green Juice) before attending the Cartagena Boat Show. 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 51 Ulysse Nardin/Borinquen Islands Sailing Association: Event Grows in Compeitiors and Competition. P G a PHOTO: REAGAN HAYNES

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JUNE 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 58 Marie Wins 2014 Saint Barth Bucket Regatta PAGE 70 Santa Marta: A Pleasant Colombian Surprise P

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16 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 NewsCARIBBEAN NEWSA BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Ship Art from Guy Harvey Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled the latest hull art design created by artist Guy Harvey for the Norwegian Escape This is Harveys largest canvas to date. At 1065ft in length, his spectacular artwork, featuring two undersea scenes, spans the entire lengh of the hull. The Norwegian Escape the lines largest ship to date, will homeport yearround in Miami and sail a seven-day Eastern Caribbean itinerary starting November 14th 2015. Panerai Transat Classique 2015Panerai has renewed its sponsorship of the Panerai Transat Classique, the transatlantic race reserved for classic yachts that will depart from Lanzarote (Canary Islands) on January 7th 2015 bound for Martinique. The race is organized by the Atlantic Yacht Club (France) in partnership with high-end sports watchmaker Of“cine Panerai, already a strong presence in the classic yacht world through its title sponsorship of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge. The ”eet will assemble in Marina Lanzarote prior to departure. Event participants and their families will enjoy visits around this intriguing island and the vibrant Three Kings street party celebrations on January 5th. The 3,000 nautical-mile race ends in Fort-de-France, Martinique. For more information, visit: paneraitransatclassique.comMarine and Yachting Association of GrenadaHeld at True Blue Bay Resort in March, the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) annual general meeting convened on a positive note. A review of the Central Development Bank (CDB) funded projects scheduled to be completed in September 2014 was presented by Anita Sutton on behalf of Craig Keller, Project Coordinator, who was off-island. Those in attendance were briefed on the successful completion of the Economic Impact Study recently completed by Andre Henry and a brief sneak peek was given into the Improved Cross-border Movement of Recreational Yachts Project. Anita Sutton pointed out that this project could begin within six weeks once the right candidate has been selected using the guidelines stipulated by the CDB. Nikoyan Roberts, the newly appointed Nautical Development Manager of the Grenada Tourism Authority was also in attendance and gave an outline of the new Tourism Authoritys structure and operation. She emphasised its commitment to yachting and outlined marketing plans for the sector for 2014. In a press release, MAYAG said it was truly refreshing to hear “rst-hand the governments continued interest in supporting the marine industry. During the meeting, President Anita Sutton indicated that after “ve busy years, it was time to step back from the Association. She thanked the industry, regional marine organisations, government bodies, NGOs and the other national private sector associations for their outstanding support over the last “ve years and indicated that she will continue to quietly support MAYAG, including ensuring the successful completion of the CDB project. Following elections, Nicholas George of Budget Marine was named MAYAG President. For more information, Email: mayagadmin2@gmail.comSint Maarten Marine Trades Association question government planning The Sint Maarten Marine Trades Association (SMMTA) claim they are at odds with government over zoning plans

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 17 FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET CURACAO06/20/2014 06/22/2014Heineken Regatta Curacao Sailing Regatta www.heinekenregatta curacao.com info@heinekenregatta curacao.com DOMINICAN REPUBLIC06/05/2014 06/10/2014International Cap Cana Bill“sh Shootout Fishing Tournament www.intlbill“shtourns.com06/26/2014 06/28/2014Big 5 International Cap Cana Bill“sh Tournament Fishing Tournament www.intlbill“shtourns.com a.new@capcana.com 809-695-5539 ST. THOMAS, USVI06/16/2014 06/22/2014International Optimist Regatta (IOR) Sailing Regatta www.styc.net07/06/2014USVI Stars & Stripes Poker Run Poker Run www.usvipokerrun.com usvi.pokerrun@yahoo.com EVENT CALENDAR Please send future events to editor@allatsea.net. This month and next months events are currently published here and at www.allatsea.net. Your specific area may or may not be shown based on identified activities for these months. ABACO, BAHAMAS06/04/2014 06/07/2014Treasure Cay Championship Deep Sea Fishing www.bahamasbill“sh.com 954-920-557706/18/2014 06/21/2014Marsh Harbour Championship Deep Sea Fishing www.bahamasbill“sh.com 888-303-224206/25/2014 06/29/201431st Annual Treasure Cay Bill“sh Tournament Fishing Tournament www.treasurecay.com info@treasurecay.com (866) 920-5577 ANTIGUA06/05/2014 06/06/2014Antigua and Barbuda Marlin Classic Fishing Tournament www.antiguabarbudasport“shing.com06/06/2014 06/08/2014Antigua & Barbuda Sport Fishing Tournament Fishing Tournament www.antiguabarbuda sport“shing.com for Simpson Bay and the Simpson Bay Lagoon. The plans were presented by government at a public hearing in which major changes to the area are projected. According to the SMMTA, the plans address the physical heartland of the yachting industry, which in turn constitutes approximately 15% of the economy of Sint Maarten. In a press release, the SMMTA said they understand that this is a Zoning Plan and not a Development Plan, but feel strongly that the St. Maarten government needs to slow down the process to better understand and take into account the needs and concerns of the Simpson Bay community and all other stakeholders, including the marine industry, before moving forward.

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18 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014FIFOS, SISOS, & OTHER CRUISING WIVES BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor It is best not to allow cruising wives to meet other cruising wives. To put it another way: suffering at sea should be a solitary pursuit. A happy ship is one in which the crew isnt fully aware how miserable they are. I nurture this cherished, long-standing maritime tradition by (1) seldom going ashore, (2) seldom bringing my wife when I do, and (3) visiting only Laundromats full of land-lubbing deaf mutes. There are, alas, exceptions. I cant bear to pass up free food. Often, Im invited to sing for my supper. I do so, loudly. People think I wont be too obnoxious if Im eating. WRONG! I can eat and tell lies at the same time. We writers refer to this as multitasking. Its true,Ž says my wife Carolyn. Pre-computer, Fatty used to make one mistake at a time. Now, in the name of career ef“ciency, he makes dozens of mistakes at the same time. Yes, hes sooooo cyber-savvy, and my hero to the max!Ž Recently we were invited aboard a large cattlemaran (well, a cruising catamaran large enough to graze cattle on its forward ramp and still have room left over for one nanny, one maid, one chef, an engineer, and a deckhand) named, romantically, Tax Exemption The engineer was holding court as we came aboard, explaining the ships intricacies. We dont need to run the V-16 Southern Cross GenSet 24/7 but we do anyway„to offset all the carbon-credits which came free-of-charge with our jetski ”eet!Ž Here, here!Ž said a drunken, posh British voice„the intoxicated owner of the 468ft mega-yacht Chump Change I believe. Many of the poor folk living in the temperate zones have thin clothes, and so it is important for our global manufacturing industries to continue to heat up the planet ...Ž chimed in another„who was either a helicopter pilot or blimp steward off the sleek Italian vessel named Bigger Than Yours Carolyn confers with her fellow cruising wives about the latest acronyms

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 19Precisely so!Ž giggled another Blue Blazer, this one from Double Dipper I mean, they should butch up! If Im too warm, I turn up the air-con! Whats the problem?Ž Ah, the spirit of Marie Antoinette lives on! The women onboard the catamaran all looked like Angelina Jolie: Young, thin, rich, and predatory. Alas, my wife fell under the spell of one evil cruising wife in attendance. I knew this TW (Trophy Wife) was evil the moment I laid eyes on her. She wasnt bruised. I could see no boat-bites. Her nails were not cracked, split, ripped, torn, and bitten to the quick. Her hair was (horrors!) combed. There were no dark circles under her eyes. Her nose looked odd: as if it had never been broken. She had teeth; a number of them. Worse, they were white, even, and had no large gaps. She wore contact lenses, not OpShop eyewear frames held together with duct tape. Leather shoes. Her wristwatch worked, and wasnt ”ooded with sea water. Her wedding ring was gold, and had a diamond so large it had its own in”atable PFD ... Im a Fifo wife,Ž she said to my life-partner arrogantly as she sat down next to us, and you look like a long term Siso.Ž Well,Ž my wife said timidly while running a shaky hand through her tangle of varnish-smeared hair, I guess!Ž Carolyn was obviously a bit taken aback, confused, and intimidated by the newcomers genuine plasticity. The Fifo shook her head in sad inspection. Well, at least youre not an SOB„Stuck On Board.Ž Poor Carolyn looked like she was drowning, so I stuck in my oar with, and what does Fifo stand for?Ž Boy, youre out of the loop, SkipŽ she said to me. Fly in, Fly out.Ž I hate being called Skip. I prefer skipper or captain ... or even Sir Sailor„not that I put on airs. Carolyn seemed cowed, and muttered something like, ... well, I ”ew on an airplane ƒ a jet ƒ in 1966, with my parents.Ž The Fifo wasnt impressed. She ignored me, and spoke directly to Carolyn as if I wasnt there. ... “ve million sperm cells in your average ejaculation„and your husbands won. How sad!Ž I could sense the struggle going on within Carolyn. Finally, her curiosity got the best of her. You called me a Siso ...Ž Yes,Ž said the lady-whose-holding-tank-does-not-stink, Thats an acronym for Sail in, Sail out. Thats what we Fifos call our fellow water-wives who have no self-respect.Ž ... no self ... what?Ž queried my wife, drowning in the swirl of all these new, too-trendy concepts. Boy, you are really not LEANING IN, are you?Ž said the Lady.

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20 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014the comfort of our gated communities ashore.Ž I could tell my wife, normally the most contented of cruising spouses, was interested. Her eyes were aglow, her cheeks ”ushed. Yes, she looked totally different„there was hope in her eyes!Ž Whats the “rst step in casting off my cruising chains,Ž she asked the Lady, her voice rising in strength and determination. Please! Were on our third circ !Ž Oh, you poor dear,Ž said the Lady, obviously moved. NSOP!Ž ... whaaa?Ž Carolyn asked. No Sex On Passage!Ž At this point, I felt it important to step in. After all, I am a captain. There are limits. Of course, I want to be extremely fair and completely non-sexist and totally PC and all„but too much truth can drown any women. I grabbed my wife, and pulled her outside. We went forward, and huddled by the electro-hydraulic roller furler. What she isnt telling you about is the BBs,Ž I said. When the RB FOs, the BB FIs!Ž Im lost again,Ž my wife wailed, cant you S.T.O.P. with the acronyms.Ž I was talking to her fat-cat husband,Ž I told my wife. And, well, she is going to be traded in soon ... for a newer, thinner model. TRs, trophy wives, have a very limited shelf life ...Ž What about the BBs?Ž she asked, wide eyed with what an evil world we inhabited. When the RB FOs, the BB FIs!Ž I said. That means, the Bilge Bunnies„young chicks who are eager to snag a rich guy in hopes hell croak off in the saddle„Fly In when the RBs ”y out! This is why wealthy people are so concerned about the On Time performance of an airline„so their aging, face-lifted wife isnt confronted with their young, natural D-cup mistress!Ž But what will happen to her?Ž asked my wife, ever the compassionate one. I shrugged my shoulders. Im not sure. Shell turn into a cougar, I guess, and attempt to pick up adolescent kite sailors. Or worse. In any event, her Glory Days are over„and our marital bliss is just beginning!Ž SD, SD,Ž she cried in happiness, Sugar Daddy!Ž EDITORS NOTE: Capn Fatty and Carolyn are currently hallucinating in the Torres Strait. Capn Fatty Goodlander has lived aboard for 53 of his 60 years, and is currently on his third circumnavigation. He is the author of Chasing the Horizon and numerous other marine books. His latest, Buy, Out“t, and Sail is out now. Visit: fattygoodlander.com Sailing Humor Actually, it is very dif“cult to stand up in our boat during an offshore passage ƒŽ Exactly,Ž hissed the Lady. And I dont crawl .Ž ... how do you ... arrange to ... not crawl ?Ž By negotiating,Ž said the Lady. Tit-for-tat, literally. All men are boys„thats a given. My hubby, bless his little bald head, likes to be macho. So I allowed him to buy an oceangoing yacht that has a range of 12,000 miles„in exchange for a one million dollar debit card on Dockwise!Ž What?Ž my wife said, her eyes spinning. NSIS,Ž said the Lady. No Shame In Shipping!Ž My wife must have had wax in her ears„plus, shes a tad earthy. Of course theres no shame in sh*#ting,Ž she said, puzzled.  Shipping ,Ž I corrected. ... thats what the RB said, shipping !Ž ... RB?Ž signed my wife, is that, like, an inflatable dinghy?Ž Rich Bitch,Ž explained the One Who Was, without missing a beat. But your DH ... your Dumb Husband was right ... on short hops, I ”y in and ”y out; on longer passages, we ship the boat. Nowadays, many of the major Yacht Transport Companies like Toy Box and Ship Toss and Yacht Sling have luxury apartments aboard them, too, should you and/ or any of your crew wish to accompany your vessel and, you know, keep its log up-to-date and silver polished.Ž All these options were making my wife short of breath. She was gasping for air, and making her pre-migraine “shmouth motion. To cover up for her, I blurted, They say it makes sense economically to ship their larger-than-Pittsburgh mega-yachts„but I think the real reason is that they dont want their yachts to mingle with the likes of the 99 per centers. They dont want them contaminated by people who work for a living, pay taxes, and troop off to war in the Mid-East on behalf of BO ... Big Oil ,Ž I said. I can remember a simpler day,Ž my wife said, almost in tears, when GM had nothing to do with our food supply, and was totally content to just poison our rivers and streams.Ž The Good Ole Days are long-gone,Ž I commiserated with her. Now that Amazon and Google have joined their cyber forces and interfaced their cultural differences,Ž said the Lady. Things are going to be different. None of us, mannor-woman, will actually go to sea. Well just send our GoPros„and view the offshore passages in Real Time from All these options were making my wife short of breath. She was gasping for air, and making her pre-migraine “sh-mouth motion.

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22 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Plimsoll Line be marked on ships waterlines dictating a maximum load. His tenacious efforts undoubtedly saved thousands of lives. Plimsoll gym shoes became an accidental offshoot; they were invented at about the same time as the passing of his amendment bill and the name was intended as an honor to the resolute politician. The shoe was made of canvas, with a rubber base line around the entire shoe from the sole and up the topside for about an inch. Its purpose was to keep the foot dry until the line had been breached; then your foot got wet. Appropriate, eh? As a boy Charlie remembers plimsolls, They were part of your kit for PT, but after an hour of running around your feet stank to high heaven.Ž Samuel Plimsolls heroic battle didnt stink at all. If it had stunk it probably wouldnt have “nally achieved success. Plimsoll resolved a stinking issue although some in parliament claimed that it was nothing more than a big stink. So there you have it … how to conjugate the verb stink. Personally I take my hat off to Samuel Plimsoll. His dedication to human rights was admirable. The US Congress could use someone like him … there are some real stinkers up there! The Plimsoll Sensation by Nicolette Jones (2006): Interesting and well regarded biography of Samuel Plimsoll. Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI, Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel Sailing Humor A cof“n ship was the name given to a ship that was so poorly maintained that it had only a slim chance of making its destination. These ships were very prevalent in the latter 19th century when emigrants from Ireland and cargoes from Britain were exported in large numbers. Ships were grossly overloaded and ships sank while crews and passengers died in their thousands. A courageous member of the British parliament named Samuel Plimsoll tried for years to get legislation passed to improve safety and maintenance on ships, and to regulate the overloading of cargo encouraged by greedy owners to maximize pro“ts at the expense of safety. He was stymied at every turn because many ship owners were MPs themselves and loathed passing new laws that would be to their disadvantage; they were making fortunes in the shipping business. Ships were insured by Lloyds of London at way above their real value and it was often more lucrative to have a ship sink than not … and to hell with the loss of life. I suppose one could draw a parallel with todays political climate in the USA where large corporations are buying the politicians and an ever bigger gap in wealth is evident between the declining prosperity of the middle class and the increasing super rich. Its hard to envisage a solution because the foxes are in charge of the hen house. Eventually (in 1876) Plimsoll achieved partial success when a bill he had been advocating for years was amended into the Merchant Shipping Act. It ordered ship inspections to be carried out by the Board of Trade and mandated a SAILING WITH CHARLIE PLIMSOLLS AND COFFIN SHIPSBY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH

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24 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Racing Circuit The BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival started with light winds, but by the end of the weeklong event sailors found themselves talking about the wet and wild conditions that they faced while competing. The regatta had 82 boats racing on three different courses in the Sir Francis Drake Channel, including the one-design course with IC24s and Melges 32s. The growing one-design division is good news for sailors like Meaghan Hislop, who works mast on the Melges 32 Smile and Wave She lives in St. Croix, but travels frequently on the weekends to Puerto Rico to train on the Melges 32. It was a really exciting weekend overall,Ž Hislop said. We are really excited to have this Melges 32 class. The competition has been really close.ŽSAILORS FACE WILD WEATHER AT BVI SPRING REGATTA STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY TODD VANSICKLE The winning Melges 32 team Smile and Wave „Meaghan Hislop hangs off the rail while heading downwind Boats round Flanagan Island during the last day of the BVI Spring Regatta

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 25 Smile and Wave ran away with the division, beating three 32s from Puerto Rico and one from St. Maarten. We have been training together and racing together. There is a great camaraderie. We drink with each other at the end of the day, but out on the water we really want to beat each other. We are really working hard to grow this class,Ž Hislop said. She added, The rumor is that we are going to have a new Melges 32 in St. Croix and in the BVI. It is a fun class to sail in. You might feel like there is a little bit of punishment on the rail, but when you are going downwind at 20 knots „ it is sheer joy on everyones face.Ž In the IC24 Class, Colin Rathbun skippering for team Tortola Express took “rst place and the Best BVI Boat award. He was happy to be competing aboard an IC24 after a hiatus. The IC24s went into a bit of a slump in the BVI,Ž Rathbun said. A couple of owners have bigger boats, so when it comes to the bigger regattas they want to go on their bigger boats.Ž In the Performance Cruising 2 Division, Shamrock VII took “rst place. Matt Dana and his girlfriend Tmana Toennis, of Maine, sailed aboard Shamrock On the back of Matts legs were several lesions caused by the boats rigging when he fell off during a race near Dead Chest.

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26 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 I was full on in the water. I was being dragged. But I was able to swing myself back up on the boat with a little help from another crew member,Ž Dana said. I knew I would never live it down if I didnt get myself aboard. I didnt want to cause my team any detriment.Ž It was Toennis “rst regatta and she was happy to be rail meat, even in the rough conditions. I loved it,Ž she said. At “rst it was very intimidating, but as soon as I got on the boat it was a lot easier. It wasnt as bad as I thought it was going to be.Ž The weather conditions caused several boats to broach and two boats dismasted during the regatta. However, BVISR chairman Bob Phillips was not surprised by the damage to the boats. It was three hard days of racing,Ž Phillips said. Sailors “nd things that should have been better maintained on their boats. There was a lot of exciting sailing.Ž Most sailors were happy to have the excessive wind. The racing conditions couldnt have been any better,Ž Smile and Wave s Hislop said. It is not just scenic and beautiful, it is always challenging.Ž Prior to the BVISR, the inaugural Tortola Sloop Spring Challenge was held in honor of Maritime Heritage Day between three of H. Lavity Stoutt Community Colleges wooden sloops, which are more than 100-years-old. Although Intrepid took line honors, the winner on Racing Circuit corrected time was Youth Instructor skippered by Andrew Waters. Off the water, sailors had plenty to do with nightly entertainment by performers like Al Broderick of Hot Sauce and Quito Rymer and The Edge. As night fell and sailors danced in the sand, the blaze from Aragorn Dick-Reads sculptures, which are normally at the Full Moon party at Trellis Bay, helped illuminate the regatta village. Additionally, there was a fashion show poolside by Trefle, and Nichole Raab performed aerial acrobatics Fireballs burned each night at the BVI Spring Regatta village Pipe Dream attempts to gain control after heading downwind in blustery conditions

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 27 RACING 1 1: Tonnerre de Breskens 3 2: Highland Fling XII 3: Fenix RACING 2 1: Team McFly/ Quokka 2: El Ocaso 3: White Rhino RACING 3 1: Windemon 2: Boogaloo 3: Bad Girl PERFORMANCE CRUISING 1 1: Spirit of Venus 2: De“ance 3: Dorade PERFORMANCE CRUISING 2 1: Shamrock VII 2: Sparti Vento 3: Paladin JIB & MAIN 1 1: Myetts Salona Express 3: Naia 3: Freedom of Hamble JIB & MAIN 2 1: Girasoli 2: Red Stripe / Reba 3: Diva MULTIHULL 1 1: Boss Lady II 2: Kastor Pollux 3: Maris Leonardo MULTIHULL 2 1: Triple Jack 2: Soma 3: Malisi IC24 1: Tortola Express 2: INTAC 3: Team Island Water World MELGES 32 1: Smile and Wave 2: Lazy Dog 3: SOCA BAREBOAT 1 1: Ferry Tale/ Mary Jewell 2: Caribbean Soul 3: Team Cape Fear/ No Bad Days BAREBOAT 2 1: The Whalers/ Tortola Moon 2: Pretty Girl 3: Ka Wai OlaRESULTS The SnpRite System Complete Kit fetures set of four dies tht work with stndrd rivet gun to instll button, socket, stud, nd eyelet snp fstener components with more ese, speed, nd precision thn ever before. Lern More t www.silrite.com or call 800.348.2769 performed aerial acrobatics as dangled 30-feet in the air from a rope attached to a crane. Around 7:00am on Monday after the regatta wrapped up, BVISR Director Judy Petz was already planning for next years event. In the last three weeks I have had more Emails asking when the 2015 regatta is going to be held,Ž Petz said. For full results and more, visit: bvispringregatta.org Todd VanSickle is a journalist living and working in the Virgin Islands.

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28 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Racing Circuit WINNERS NAMED AT 41ST ST. THOMAS INTERNATIONAL REGATTA The camaraderie that spanned decades for some and days for others proved that in spite of a new name, the St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) has remained the Crown Jewel of Caribbean yacht racing. Nowhere was this more apparent than on the third and “nal day of sailing when no one easily walked away with a win. First time racing in the STIR proved a charm for Near Miss Franck Noels TP 52. The Switzerland-based team “nished by winning every race but one in the CSA … Racing O Class. That defeat came at the hands of the Netherlands Peter Vroon aboard his Ker 46, Tonnerre de Breskens 3 which “nished second. The racing was very good, good competition and the courses were very nice around the islands,Ž explains Benoit Briand, Near Miss team manager. It would have been easy to make a big mistake and “nish last in this class, but we sailed the boat properly and grew more con“dent as a team every day.Ž The “nal 300-yards of the regattas last race decided the winner in the CSA … Racing 1 Class. It was really hard for us to race the Melges 24,Ž explains Puerto Ricos Jaime Torres, winner aboard his Melges 32, Smile and Wave We never saw the 24; it was an unknown target. We just knew we had to race as fast as we could and it worked. Next year, we expect to have at least “ve Melges 32s here in the Caribbean and have our own one-design class.Ž TOPQUALITY COMPETITION, RAZORCLOSE FINISHES REPORT BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOS: DEAN BARNES Near Miss and Balearia two TP 52s, appear to match-race in the CSA Racing 0 Class The IC24 Class makes a spectacular and spectator-friendly last race finish in Cowpet Bay

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 29 The USAs Rick Wesslund soundly defended last years class win by once again championing the CSA … Racing 2 Class. What changed is that Wesslund and his long-time highly-polished crew were sailing their new J/122, El Ocaso rather than their former J/120 of the same name. We didnt know how big a shift in gears it would be to sail the new boat, but we did it and we won,Ž Wesslund explains. Bad Girl a J/100 owned by the USVIs Robert Armstrong had a good day sailing against Puerto Ricos Jonathan Lipusceks J/105 Dark Star We knocked heads with them all weekend, fought them tooth and nail and, ultimately, beat them,Ž explains the USVIs Carlos Skov, Bad Girl s trimmer, about the competition with Dark Star I have to say the Dark Star team is a class act. Great sailing, thats what its all about.Ž Team Line Honors lived up to its name by taking the prize in the “ercely-competitive one-design IC-24 Class. Only three points separated the USVIs Taylor Can“elds Team Line Honors from second place “nisher, Puerto Ricos What changed is that Wesslund and his longtime highly-polished crew were sailing their new J/122, El Ocaso rather than their former J/120 of the same name.Marco Teixidor aboard Cachondo The BVI Jon Charltons C&C 41, Reba…Team Red Stripe took “rst place in the CSA Non-Spinnaker Class. Ive never seen a Hunter 54 go so fast,Ž says Charlton, of his chief competition, the USVIs Warren Strykers Botox Barbie Our team has been actively racing for the last four years and its make a huge difference in our performance.Ž In the Beach Cat Class, it was the USVIs John Holmberg and crew Terri McKenna that “nished “rst aboard their Nacra 17, Flight Risk There were challenging conditions with the big breeze and swell, and the dif“culty of sailing by handicap,Ž said Holmberg. During the regatta, we were able to try different things like rig settings and measure ourselves against the other boats. That certainly helped us in our bid to represent the territory in the 2016 Summer Olympics.Ž In the new Fun or unmeasured class, it was the USAbased team aboard the chartered Moorings 4300 catamaran Kastor Polux which scored the prize. Each year we try a different Caribbean regatta,Ž says Randy Alcorn, tactician. I have to say, the people were great and the weather wonderful. We couldnt ask for anything else.Ž Regatta winners were presented with engraved crystal compliments of Little Switzerland. For full results, visit: www.stthomasinternationalregatta. com or www.yachtscoring.com

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30 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Sailors in the News CRIMSON FOR CANFIELD … USVI native Taylor Can“eld bolstered his dominance in the world of match racing, by winning the season opener in April: the coveted Crimson Blazer … icon of the prestigious Congressional Cup [CC] which is hosted by Long Beach Yacht Club, Calif. Can“eld joins legendary sailors like Dennis Conner, Ted Turner, Dean Barker, and Rod Davis who have captured the title over the past 50 years: many using the Congressional Cup as a launchpad for the Americas Cup. And USVIs own Peter Holmberg is a four-time winner of the Congressional Cup, sailing under the St. Thomas YC burgee in 1998, 1999 and 2001; and in 2002 … representing the Golden Gate YC. The Congressional Cup is recognized as the innovator of on-the-water umpiring and one of the most prominent match racing events in the world. Its sailed in Catalina 37s designed and maintained to the highest standards in match racing, with a crew of six. Racing is off the Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier … where the action is up close and personal with convenient Congressional Cup stadium viewing and colorful commentary. An invitational regatta, it hosts the TAYLOR CANFIELD WINS PRESTIGIOUS CRIMSON BLAZER AN ALL AT SEA EXCLUSIVEBY BETSY CROWFOOT, WITH JO MURRAY The final match between Williams and Canfield ƒ you can see Canfields crew waving the protest flag … and also the chunk of glass missing from Canfields transom (right, near the backstay) where Williams made contact

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 31foremost match racing skippers from around the globe … including “ve of the top ten-ranked skippers in this 50th Jubilee event. While not the youngest contestant to win the Grade 1 regatta, Can“eld is surely one of the more poised. Despite six prior Congressional Cup champions in the lineup, he was calm, cool, collected. Our team performs well under pressure; everyone just works really hard for the moment,Ž he said. We just go out and do it one race at a time … you dont go out and count your eggs too early.Ž But the week had started out rocky. After the “rst day of the second stage of racing … with two opponents already carved out of the “eld … Can“eld and his US One Sailing Team stood in a four-way tie for third place … smack dab in the middle of the pack. Were de“nitely trying to dust a little bit of the rust off,Ž admitted the ISAF number one ranked skipper whose team hadnt sailed together in about “ve months. Were getting back in the groove, getting communications back to normal, and getting reacquainted with these boats.Ž Throughout the event, Can“elds father Bill watched, and glowed. Taylor was pretty much born on the water; he started sailing Optis at “ve, and keelboats at ten,Ž revealed the senior Can“eld. Taylors childhood was spent tooling around on the water near his Virgin Islands home, his dad relayed. He and his friends went out every day after school and just went sailing. Like Huckleberry Finn … they sailed around; sometimes wed drive them to St. Johns for ice cream cones and theyd sail back home, seven miles to windward, in their Optis. They just loved to sail and explore.Ž That familiarity and con“dence has translated to a powerhouse on the water. Can“eld began a steady climb up the ladder at the Congressional Cup, winning all “ve of his races by Day Three, and besting number two-ranked Ian Williams (GBR) on the “nal day of round robins to cement his berth in the semi “nals, as well as the privilege to pick his opponent for the penultimate match. Its taken a big effort in a tough “eld: there are some really tough competitors sailing really hard,Ž Can“eld said. I know the team has what it takes, and its just going to come down to continuing to work hard and hopefully bringing home the Crimson Blazer.Ž But “rst Can“eld had to dispatch Australias Keith Swinton, who reached the “nal four with a hard-fought tiebreaker against defending champion Simone Ferrarese of Italy and Frances Mathieu Richard, the 2007 Cup winner. Meanwhile Williams won his matches against Francesco Bruni of Italy, the 2010 champion; for the “nal showdown against Can“eld. After one win each, it came down to sudden death … as hundreds of spectators watched from the pier. But Williams drew a penalty in a pre-start foul, and never could catch up to the Caribbean Kid. At the Long Beach Yacht Club prize-giving Can“eld said he was almost speechless as he donned the Crimson Blazer, and accepted his $17,500 in prize money. It was his fourth attempt, and he vowed to come back and defend his title. A longtime yachting journalist, Betsy Crowfoot sails the warm waters of the world with a pen in one hand, and winch handle in the other. Taylor recognizes his biggest supporter … dad Bill Canfield Spectators watch the racers leave Belmont pier

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32 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Cruising SAN SALVADORE, BAHAMAS AN ISLAND GEM IN THE ATLANTIC OCEANBY TONY MIRO In May 2011, my crew and I sailed my Hunter 376 Nada Mas! out of Ponce, Puerto Rico bound for St. Petersburg, Florida as part of my relocation trip to start a new job in Tampa. As with every long voyage you start with a plan, but you must be ”exible and allow changes due to bad weather and other unforeseen issues. After two rough and rainy nights crossing the Mona Passage from Puerto Rico to the Dominican Republic we took a break at the Ocean World Marina in Puerto Plata, where we “xed a broken main halyard, refueled, rested and enjoyed the local hospitality as well as ice cold Presidente beer and “ne Dominican rum. Our plans were to continue the next day and sail the 150 plus nautical miles to Turtle Cove Marina in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, where we could clear customs, relax and enjoy some beautiful beaches. Luckily for us, due to good weather, we changed our plans and it was a true blessing! The weather was so good that we decided to skip the Turks & Caicos and continue straight to The Bahamas. Our challenge then was to “guring out which of The Bahamas ports of entry was the most convenient along our route to the Florida Keys. After looking at our options we decided to go to Cockburn Town, San Salvador. We chose San Salvador because we read that it was where Christopher Columbus landed on his “rst expedition to the New World. It is said that his “rst landfall was Long Bay on October 12 1492. Originally known as Guanahani, Columbus named the island San Salvador after Christ the Savior. There is a beautiful stone cross on the spot he supposedly landed and this is the most photographed site on the island. San Salvador is located off the beaten path about 360 miles southeast of Miami, and it is a must stop for cruising sailors. With its hills, deserted beaches, saltwater lagoons, amazing reefs and little more than 1,000 permanent resiView from the restaurant at Riding Rock Resort & Marina

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 33 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

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34 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014dents, you will have plenty of space to explore, swim and relax without feeling crowded. The island is around 12-miles long and “ve-miles wide with only four hotels, including a Club Med, and one marina. The Riding Rock Resort and Marina is where we tied up for a few hours while we cleared customs and explored the island. The airport is walking distance from the marina or you can catch a ride from a friendly local to clear Customs and Immigration. When cruising to the Bahamas remember that all boats entering The Bahamas are required to pay an entry fee that varies by boat length and number of people in the crew. Boats up to 35ft long are charged a $150(USD) entry fee. The fee doubles to $300 for boats over 35ft. The fees cover the Cruising Permit, Fishing Permit and the Departure Tax for up to three people. Each additional person above three will be charged a $20 departure tax. This fee is good for a second re-entry within a 90-day period. If you plan to stay longer than 12 months, special arrangements must be made in advance. When in San Salvador make sure to stop and eat at the Paradis Restaurant, located at the Plaza Mall, where Cruising you can sample the local cuisine, including but not limited to: cracked conch, fresh “sh, peas and rice, coleslaw, and baked macaroni and cheese with an ice cold Kalik beer served by their very friendly staff. Another must see in San Salvador is the Dixon Hill Lighthouse, one of the last kerosene lighthouses still in operation. Built in 1887, it is located on the northeast side of the island, and has a 19-mile range. If your cruising adventures take you through the Bahamas then I strongly recommend a visit to San Salvador. Our time there was short and we wish we could have stayed for a few days and enjoyed its slow pace a little longer. After buying ice, water and diesel our next stop on the way to Florida was the island of Eleuthera ƒ but thats another story. Captain Tony Mir is a Caribbean born life-long sailor, photographer, yacht broker & web developer currently living in Florida with his family. Captain Tony and his Hunter 376 Nada Mas! at Riding Rock Marina Entrance channel to Riding Rock Marina A hungry crew at the Paradis (from left): Elian, Mariano and Rodolfo

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36 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Fishing CASA DE CAMPO INTERNATIONAL BLUE MARLIN CLASSIC BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER FA LA ME TOP BOAT, INGRAM TOP ANGLER The reel March Madness didnt take place on the basketball court but in the cockpits of the 16 boats competing in the inaugural all-release Casa de Campo International Blue Marlin Classic. Hosted out of the Dominican Republic from March 20 to 23, the ”eet released a whopping 73 blue marlin or an incredible 4.56 blues per boat in the two days of “shing. Frank Rodriguez and his Florida-based team aboard the 70ft Viking Fa La Me released an even dozen blues to take the Top Boat prize We caught two “sh pretty quick on the “rst day, which was a nice surprise, then no bites for a while after that,Ž explains Fa La Me s Capt. Rob Moore. Everybody scattered out to other FADs (“sh attracting or aggregating devices) but we stayed put and hoped for an afternoon rally.Ž The plan worked and the Fa La Me s anglers released a double-header of blues in the early afternoon. Then, Moore moved offshore to where a couple of other tournament boats reported bites. Bingo! The team released one out of their second double-header of the day. The Reel Passion team was “ghting its sixth “sh when we got another bite,Ž Moore says. We knew we had to catch it before them to win the daily prize. Frank put lots of heat on it and we released our sixth “sh before them. Pretty exciting stuff since we were about a football “eld away from each other.Ž The second day, Moore ran back to the same FAD and found Fa La Me had the spot all to themselves. That situation seemed sweet at “rst, but with no bites for a couple Frank Rodriguez (third right) owner of Fa La Me on the winners podiumPHOTO: RICHARD GIBSONBlue Marlin Release on Free SpoolPHOTO: CHARLIE LEVINE

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 37 of hours and radio reports of other boats in other locations making releases, the team got a little nervous. They decided to stick it out. About 11am, we released a blue and it felt good,Ž Moore explains. But in Casa de Campo you can catch a triple just as easy as a single so we knew we would not win with catching just one. Next, we released another single then two doubles. The next boat behind us, Reel Passion caught eight so we had a great lead and everybody was pretty relaxed the last couple of hours of “shing. But we all know “shing is “shing, so we kept making our laps on the FADs, kept hoping for another bite, kept wishing the clock would speed up and the day to be over. It turned out to be a pretty awesome day of “shing to add another six to our six releases the day before. To do it in a tournament was even sweeter.Ž Meanwhile, it was North Carolinas Bill Ingram aboard his 61ft Billy Holton, Reel Passion who landed the Top Angler prize. The day before the tournament started we saw eight or nine blue marlin, but couldnt keep any on the line long enough to make the release, so our hopes werent high,Ž Ingram explains. The “rst day of the tournament we headed to a different spot from where we were previously. We like to “nd our own “sh away from the ”eet and it worked. We caught six total and I released “ve. The next day we werent so lucky. We released two to give us eight total and second place overall. I released one of them to make six and earn Top Angler.Ž Theres no question that the Casa de Campo International Blue Marlin Classic, the “rst international sports “shing tournament hosted out of Marina Casa de Campo, was a huge success. When you combine a superb elegant setting like Marina Casa de Campo with unparalleled blue marlin “shing you have the ingredients for a very successful tournament,Ž explains tournament director Rick Alvarez, of Florida-based International Bill“sh Tournaments, Inc. Plus, when you compare the catch ratio to other famous blue marlin destinations where the winning boat traditionally wins with eight blues through the course of four days of “shing, to 12 blues in only two days, youre talking about out of this world blue marlin “shing.Ž The Casa de Campo International Blue Marlin Classic bene“ts Hogar del Nio, a foundation dedicated to providing opportunities for underprivileged children and teenagers in the Dominican Republic. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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38 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Fishing Fishing tournaments are always good news for restaurant patrons with the prospect of fresh “sh on the menus for the coming days. With at least two local restaurant owners among the participants for Island Water Worlds “rst annual Mahi Mahi Tournament in St. Maarten on April 13, there was good reason to be feeling hungry. Defying the rough weather and sea conditions that marked the mornings “shing, veteran angler Captain Lee Halley and crew on Small Change snatched the “rst and second place prizes at the inaugural tournament organised by the St. Maarten Sport Fishing Foundation at Bobbys Marina. The crew reeled in the largest Mahi Mahi of 30.5lb for the “rst prize and followed up with the second largest Mahi Mahi of 25.5lb for the second prize. Third prize of Most Weight Overall went to Sea Fever a boat registered in Saba captained by Roy Heyliger with 218.5lb of “sh. Peter Bonev, with the smallest boat in the tournament, landed the largest Tuna at 54.8lb for the fourth prize, caught between Dog Island and Tuna Shoals. Sea Fever also collected a prize for the Largest Wahoo of 52.7lb. Winning boats won a combination of cash, gift certi“cates, and goody bags for the prizes. Fishermen reported rough weather conditions in the morning with swells of four to six feet but conditions eased in the afternoon. It was overcast, very wet, squally and rough, up until 1:00pm,Ž reported Lee Halley. Not a nice feeling and we even thought about coming back at one point but continued.Ž Halley commended Island Water World for getting the anglers together considering there are only a few tournaments a year and long gaps in between tournaments. He said he hoped more people would get together to dedicate more time to sport “shing. For children a small tournament like this to get them inISLAND WATER WORLD LURES FISHERMEN TO 1ST MAHI MAHI TOURNAMENT STORY AND PHOTO BY ROBERT LUCKOCK volved is great. I feel bigger companies should do more to organise tournaments for children. You can combine it with clinics on how to “sh and tie hooks etc. A bottom “shing tournament for example is ideal and you dont have to go out into deep water.Ž Organiser Sergio Hodge noted most boats had caught their “sh in the morning by 10:00am. Some 700lb of “sh was caught among the registered 13 boats. There were no restrictions on the “shing zone but rules included no “sh attracting devices (FAD), no hand lining, no spearing, live baiting etc. We wanted to keep it a very traditional tournament,Ž said Sergio. Considering the lead in time for organising it was less than we had hoped for it was still a good turnout of boats. Im sure next year we can double the amount of entries.Ž Commented Island Water World general manager Birgit Rthel: Weve been very active in the cruiser and sailing market but “shing has been a bit neglected until now. But we do have the largest selection of exciting “shing products, so organising this tournament was overdue especially as we have many “shermen among our loyal customers who go back with us years and years. We look forward to the tournament being a successful annual event.Ž Robert Luckock is a British journalist and freelance writer residing in St. Maarten. He is currently The Daily Herald s correspondent for French St. Martin. Lee Halley and crew celebrate at Bobbys Marina after winning the top two prizes at the Island Water World fishing tournament

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40 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 One of the pleasures of cruising in the Caribbean is the multitude of moorings in settings that can only be described as paradise. But if that mooring buoy fails; your dream destination can turn into a nightmare. Various municipalities, parks and conservation services, and private parties have installed mooring buoys, in order to generate income, encourage tourism, and protect reefs from the damage anchoring can cause. And while you can somewhat rest assured a paid-for mooring is maintained, there is no guarantee. Prudent cruisers should be prepared to check your can … particularly overnighters.The BasicsAs a general rule of thumb, 18-inch white buoys (sometimes with stripes) are suitable for mooring boats up to 50 feet in length. Depending on where you are, these may be stenciled for day use only. Orange buoys are for snorkeling and day use, yellow for commercial boats. Mooring systems consist of this ”oating buoy and a means to permanently attach it to the ocean ”oor: typically a “xture which is screwed or driven into the sea bed, but sometimes merely a heavy weight … like an oil drum “lled with concrete, or an old engine block! Between this “xture and the buoy, you might “nd an assortment of loops and lines, swivels and shackles. Your mooring is only as strong as the weakest link,Ž says Ben Bourdeux of Moor-Seacure Ltd., the leading mooring company in the BVI. Their scheduled inspections, every 90days, start at the buoy. From there, they scrutinize every ring, swivel, shackle, and even the lockwire on the shackle.Ž Its interesting to note that growth on the actual mooring line isnt bad, as the vegetation can block harmful UV rays and decelerate decay. But careful survey of the line is critiSeamanship & VoyagingCHECK YOUR CANBY BETSY CROWFOOTITS WHAT YOU CANT SEE THAT COUNTS PHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 41cal, as it is a likely site of damage, considering boats often run right over them, or wrap them around their propellers (and cut themselves free). Jim Viega of SailCaribe adds, Ive never heard of a mooring pulling out of the bottom, but have seen the tethers or pennants break between the top of the ball and the boat. If the pennant is in bad shape, you can run a line through the thicker line that anchors the mooring to the bottom … the line the mooring pennant is actually attached to.Ž On a recent charter in Culebra and Vieques, I found myself repeatedly in the balmy water, eyeballing the moorings: looking for markings and ”aws; and enjoying a lot of extra swim time. I checked every juncture point, the integrity of the line, and looked for signs of chafe in the section of chain that rubs and bounces along the sea bed. Everything looked a-okay, the weather was fair and we slept with ease each night. Should I stay or should I go?In the event conditions are forecast to run amok, Viega suggests cruisers should give serious thought as to whether to stay put or not. Moorings are placed in the safest harbors, so its possible anchoring outside could present a greater risk. If you can double up on your mooring lines, youll most likely be okay. Or, if your anchor gear is good, and has high chain-to-rode ratio, consider setting two anchors.Ž He adds, And I always dive on my anchor or mooring, if I plan on staying a while or leaving the boat. An ounce of prevention is worth several tons of cure.Ž A longtime yachting journalist, Betsy Crowfoot sails the warm waters of the world with a pen in one hand, and winch handle in the other. 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 Opposite page: A sound mooring offers peace of mind. This page: It looks sturdy enough, but is it held to the bottom by a fraying piece of string?PHOTO: OCEANMEDIA

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42 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Youth Sailing A trip to summer camp takes on a whole new tack when its in the Caribbean. Each summer, several adventure operators host boat-based programs for young people on islands spanning from Tortola to the Tobago Cays and beyond. Jason Buchheim, founding program director of Tarpon Springs, Florida-based Odyssey Expeditions, which operates camps in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), gives a glimpse of what a camp like this is all about. Students get hands-on, fully interactive, real world experience scuba diving, sailing, hiking, and exploring adventure, while getting to live and work together amongst their peers in a supportive atmosphere.Ž Theres more to these camps than just the physical activity and watersports side. For example, Mike Meighan, director of the Sarasota, Florida-headquartered Global Expeditions Group, which runs ActionQuest in the BVI and Leeward Islands, says, Self-esteem and personal growth occurs naturally in such an uncontrived environment. We take it a step further, adding speci“c times within the curriculum to challenge students to think outside of their box about concepts such as responsibility, integrity, goals and aspirations and the tools that they might need to take them from where they are as kids to where they want to be as adults. The experience can be profound.Ž SCHOOLS OUTSUMMER SAILING CAMPS IN THE CARIBBEANCAROL M. BAREUTHERHow can parents tell at what age their child is ready for this kind of camp? Middle school is the perfect time for students to begin exploring the world, answers Ladye Jane Vickers, marketing coordinator at Raleigh, NC-based Broadreach, Inc., which runs camps that operate through the Windward and Leeward Islands. Its the next step beyond summer camp, and gives students the chance to begin developing more independence, global awareness and leadership skills at a formative time in their lives.Ž Maturity and personal interests are the most important factors when choosing a camp, adds Mike Liese, founder and director of Northport, New York-headquartered, Sail Caribbean, which celebrates 30 years offering camps in the BVI. We accept students from 11 to 22-years-old and have designed some adventures for speci“c age groups and areas of focus. Examples are our cultural exchange Tango trip for 11 to 13-year-olds, where campers work with other kids from Tortolas Youth Empowerment Project on environmental initiatives, and our Echo leadership program for college students, where participants plan and navigate their own voyages aboard a 50ft monohull sailboat learning skills such as coastal and offshore navigation, passage-making, anchoring/docking, boat systems, and safety at sea in the process.Ž Sunset fun with Broadreach

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44 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Youth Sailing How can parents best prepare their kids for camp? Sail Caribbeans Liese answers, Its important that campers like being in and on the water and that they know how to swim.Ž Since teen campers are part of the crew in training and take part in all aspects of running the vessel including helmsman, anchoring, raising the sails and cooking/cleaning, says Odysseys Buchheim, they grow up in many ways on a voyage but it doesnt hurt if campers have done some chores in life beforehand.Ž Finally, adds Broadreachs Vickers, Encourage your child to be open to new experiences and to try things that may be out of their comfort zones. Theyll grow, learn, make memories and have the best time of their life in the process! Costs of camps such as this range from around $3,000 for 14-days to over $5,000 per camper for 21-days. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. A pool of marine-related talent combined with the slow months of summers off-tourist season offer an opportunity for Caribbean residents to work for adventure operators offering marine-based summer camps for kids. For example, Odyssey Expeditions work with some of the Moorings charter captains to staff its vessels, says Buchheim. Quali“ed BVI residents with PADI SCUBA instructor quali“cations are welcome to work as on-board counselor/instructor. We have sponsored multiple local students to earn professional credentials and work with us.Ž This is de“nitely a coveted job considering operators like ActionQuest receive about 100 staff applications each year. Our staff need to hold the appropriate professional licensure such as being a commercially endorsed captain (USCG or MCA) a professional PADI scuba instructor and/or an Emergency Medical Technician,Ž says Meighan. Sail Caribbeans Liese adds, We are always looking for US Sailing or ASA Basic Keelboat Instructors and persons with Marine Biology backgrounds.Ž Beyond this, says Broadreachs Vickers, Its important that our instructors have a deep understanding of group dynamics and teamwork, a “rm grasp of safety procedures and a passion for what they do thats contagious.ŽEMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT CARIBBEAN SUMMER CAMPS Youngsters at Sail Caribbean learn the ropes Blowing bubbles with Odyssey Expeditions

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46 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 SPORT FISHING TOURNAMENT PREVIEW Want to release magni“cent blue marlin? Or, boat a box full of “sh for dinner? Theres a Caribbean-based sports “shing tournament to suit every type of angler. Whats more, shoreside parties are just as much fun as the catching action at sea. Here is a sampling of “shing events coming up through the remainder of the year. June 5-10 20TH INTERNATIONAL CAP CANA BILLFISH SHOOTOUT:Top name anglers and boats that “sh the Caribbean circuit enter this event “shed off the southeast shore of the Dominican Republic. This year there will be four days of “shing with a lay-day after the third day,Ž says tournament director Rick Alvarez. On the lay-day, were adding an afternoon beach picnic which includes a softball homerun derby.Ž Last year, Brooks Smiths Florida-based team aboard the 60ft Bayliss, Uno Mas released two blues and 15 whites in three days to win. Over US$150,000 in cash and luxury prizes are awarded. www.intlbill“shtourns.com BY CAROL M. BAREUTHERJune 5-6 ANTIGUA & BARBUDA MARLIN CLASSIC 2014The best local and visiting anglers pit their skills against one another in this one-day bill“sh tournament hosted out of Nelsons Dockyard. White marlin, sail“sh and spear“sh also earn anglers points. Entry fee: US$1000. Winner receives a trophy pus 80% of entry fees. www. antiguabarbudasports“shing.com June 6-8 48TH ANNUAL ANTIGUA & BARBUDA SPORT FISHING TOURNAMENT 2014:Theres a reason the motto of this tournament is Enjoy the “shing, enjoy the lime! Cash prizes total nearly US$15,000 in the marlin division and US$4,000 in the sport“sh division. New, buy a one-day ticket to the VIP section on Saturday or Sunday for US$37 per person or US$65 per couple and receive a tournament hat, shirt, “ve drinks, private bar with waitress and guaranteed seating. Were adding new English-style “sh and chips and Mediterranean food stalls and a Carib beer garden,Ž says chairman Phillip Shoul. www.antiguabarbudasports“shing.com San Juan International Billfish TournamentPHOTO: MARK SMESTAD

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 47the event called MarlinFest,Ž says tournament director, Jimmy Loveland. Spectators wont be sitting around waiting for the tournament boats to return because there is a whole week of fun activities planned!Ž www.abmt.vi August 15-17 TARPON THUNDER TOURNAMENTLots of releases, a good lime and good prizes are what make this tournament so much fun,Ž says Geoffrey Pollard, organizer of this Trinidad & Tobago Game Fishing Association-hosted tournament. Register as a Pro and “sh 2 days or as an Amateur and “sh 1 days. ttgfa.com/ events/6th-tdc-international-trinidad-tarpon-thundertournament September 3-9 61ST SAN JUAN INTERNATIONAL BILLFISH TOURNAMENTVisiting boats that want to “sh with the same group throughout the tournament rather than have a rotating angler can now opt for an International Game Fish Tournament Observer instead for a special price that includes three anglers and the boat owner. Additionally, theres an early bird special. Pay for two anglers and register the third angler for free by July 31st,Ž explains chairman Ricky Jan. Copa Airlines and four-star Caribe Hilton Hotel are offering discounts. sanjuaninternational.com June 10-14 SAINT MARTIN BILLFISH TOURNAMENTBeat the tournament record of an 809lb blue marlin by at least one pound and win a 2014-model 25ft Contender Bay Boat valued at US$80,000. Theres also at least US$100,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs this year in a dozen categories including most blue marlin releases; heaviest tuna, wahoo and dolphin; and best angler. Live concerts nightly. We are collaborating with Les Fruits de Mer, a non-pro“t naturebased organization,Ž says tournament vice president, Stephan Petit. They will assist us and carry out a scienti“c study on the “sh brought in and make presentations to visitors.Ž Fundraising for this group includes a silent auction of a beautiful piece of artwork. www.bill“sh-tournament.com July 9-11 51ST JULY OPEN MARLIN TOURNAMENTOwners, captains and crew who participate in our tournament have made “shing a life-long passion and they are some of the best in the world,Ž says Lori Bailey, manager of the host Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club. This year there will be a take-home trophy created by famed marine artist David Wirth for the angler who wins the prestigious perpetual Give Em Line trophy for the most marlin releases. www.vigfc.com August 7-11 41ST USVI OPEN/ATLANTIC BLUE MARLIN OR BOY SCOUT TOURNAMENT:Known as the Super Bowl of Big Game Fishing, this event attracts the marlin “shing elite. Last year, JR Davis Floridabased 61ft Garlington Wave Paver earned Top Boat with nine blue marlin releases. We are now adding spectators to the mix by creating an annual schooling up of “shermen around USVI Blue Marlin Tournament San Juan International Billfish TournamentPHOTO: MARK SMESTADPHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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48 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Sport Fishing Tournament Preview September 21 to October 4 51ST PORT ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL MARLIN TOURNAMENTFish, fun and festivities set the scene for this event attended by nearly 40 boats. Last year, 37 blue marlin were released. Ashore, there are parties nightly at the Port Antonio Marina. Plus, lay-day activities include an all-day Bamboo Rafting Trip down the Rio Grande River as well as the Port Antonio Artesian Canoe Tournament where last year one entrant successfully caught a 500-plus-pound blue marlin on a handline. Email: rondq69@gmail.com October TBA: ST. LUCIA INTERNATIONAL BILLFISH TOURNAMENTOver 20 boats from the Caribbean and world are expected to enter. Last year, the Trinidadian team aboard the Viking 50ft Vesper won with six blue marlin releases. Several prize categories. Nightly parties. www. bill“shstlucia.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. October 16-19: CHIVAS REGAL ARUBA CARIBBEAN CUPOrganizers of the four-tournament Presidential Challenge Series transitioned this event from Venezuela to Aruba several years ago. The fall is the height of the islands marlin season and an especially good time to release a Grand Slam … three bill“sh species in one day. Varadero Marina sponsors the US $20,000 cash prize for the top team, plus there are prizes and trophies. We will have some information available on the Adopt-A-Bill“sh satellite tagging that we did a few seasons ago in Aruba to share with anglers,Ž says coordinator Sam White. preschallenge.com St. Lucia International Billfish Tournament Top Boat, Vesper from Trinidad A family affair Aruba Caribbean Cup

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 51 Puerto Rico The Caribbean International Boat Show wasnt the only action happening at Puerto Ricos Puerto del Rey Marina on March 21 … 23. Over 30 boats arrived to ”eet and match race on the waters off Fajardo in the 3rd Annual Ulysse Nardin/BoRinquen Islands Sailing Association (BrISA) Cup. We had two beautiful days of sailing,Ž explains Ra“ Martinez, tactician aboard Jonathan Lipusceks J/105, Dark Star winner of Racing Class A and the Overall Winner of the two racing classes. The winds were out of the southeast between 11 and 13 knots with ”at water. We were grouped with three Melges 32s, and with us being the slower boat, we knew that we had to sail our own race and let the Melges battle it out between themselves. The overall prize of an Ulysse Nardin watch was really sweet. This prize makes the ULYSSE NARDIN/BORINQUEN ISLANDS SAILING ASSOCIATION CUP BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER EVENT GROWS IN COMPETITORS & COMPETITION regatta very competitive and it shows since we had the largest racing ”eet weve had in a while in an event in Puerto Rico. Hopefully, the prize watch will attract more Caribbean boats for next years event.Ž Paco Bonnet helming his J/92, Antojo enjoyed clear sailing in Racing Class B. Bonnet and his team scored four “rst place bullets in six races to win by seven points over closest competitor, Kike Gonzlez, aboard his J/80 Otra Kosa The J/24 class staged “ercely competitive battles as evidenced by aggressive starts and dog “ghts akin to those in the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC) where Puerto Rico earned both the gold and silver medals. Gilberto Rivera driving his Urayo took “rst scoring no less than “rst in three out of eleven races. PHOTO: CARLOS LEE / MAJADEROS.COM

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 53 Puerto Rico We competed in a multiple windward-leeward race format,Ž Rivera says. Theres a few new guys in the class that are experimenting with the way to sail a J/24 in racing mode. However, our closest competition was Eduardo Ortiz on Colibri We now have more than 14 years experience in the boat, so we were able to take advantage of the wind shifts and sailed very fast. This regatta was great preparation for us ahead of the CAC Games this summer.Ž It was a close race to the “nish in the Jib & Main Class. Juan Molines J/92, Anchor Heart won by one point over Mariano Richiusa driving the Tripp 26, Ladies First/Guilt Tripp We like to introduce people to the sport and two of our crew had no sailing experience,Ž Moline explains. The team on the Tripp “gured out our lack of boat handling weakness after we won the “rst race and they made us tack several times on the upwind legs of the next three races where they beat us. The “rst day, though, we were really happy because one of our crew was a 14-year-old girl who just transitioned from Optis to Lasers and she steered the boat in a couple of downwind legs. The next day, we improved our starts, had a faster boat on the upwind legs and maintained longer tacks. The last race was especially stressful. We tried to maintain a balance between minimizing maneuvers and covering our rivals. It was in the last race we got the biggest margin over our rivals to win.Ž The BrISA Cup introduced a Race as You Are category to encourage cruising class boats complete with biminis, dodgers, dinghies and even BBQs to compete. Guillermo Mullet sailed his Beneteau 42, The Rose to “rst in this new “ve-boat class. In addition to the big boat regatta, 20 skippers pit their skills against one another in a remote control match race. Fraito Lugo, of Orion fame, won. This race was sponsored by the Windhorse Mini Yacht Club using their 54-inch mini chalanas. We will be planning and promoting the 2015 [event] way ahead of time in order invite our fellow racers and cruisers from other Caribbean Islands,Ž says organizer and commodore of BrISA South, Graham Castillo. BrISA is the only non-pro“t organization exclusively devoted to developing the sport of sailing in Puerto Rico. Sailing education is BrISAs most important pillar. The organization is in the process of developing accessible sailing centers throughout Puerto Rico. For information, visit www.brisaweb.net Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. PHOTO: CARLOS LEE / MAJADEROS.COM

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54 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 British Virgin Islands RED STRIPE/REBA WINS 3RD ANNUAL GOSLINGS REGATTA SERIES BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Well over 40 boats took part in the third annual six-event Goslings Regatta Series in the British Virgin Islands. At the conclusion of the Darkn Stormy Fungatta Regatta raced March 7-10, the “nal event of the 2013/2014 Series, only six points separated the two top boats. Interestingly, it was Henry Leonnig on his Melges 24, Fire Water that won the Darkn Stormy, but it was Jon Charlton driving his C&C 41 CB, Red Stripe/Reba that championed the Series Overall title. The weather was less than perfect for the Darkn Stormy, a three-day regatta that features a race from Beef Island to Anegada, lay-day play-day, and race back to Tortola. Leonnig says they gained an advantage by being in the right place at the right time at the start of the race. From there we were in a drag race to get around the Dog Islands “rst. We were incredibly lucky to have a south east breeze so we could set our kite and go fast in almost the right direction. We would reach up under jib and then reset the kite a couple of times. It was a fun fast run Anegada bound and we had Team Red StripeReba winners of the 2013/14 Goslings Series The start of Foxys Wooden Boat Regatta

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56 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 British Virgin Islands a blast there, but then the wind fell out completely so there was no race home. The reason we placed so well in the series, “nishing second, is due to the success we had in this race.Ž Team Red Stripe/Reba enjoyed a “ve-point series lead over Fire Water going into the Darkn Stormy. Anything can happen in light air so we were a bit nervous at the start,Ž Charlton says. In the end, we found the key to winning the series was consistency. We did not win a single race in the 2013/14 series, but we participated in all of them and always “nished in the top “ve spots.Ž Participation in every leg was another crucial factor to doing well in the overall series. The more entrants the more points for the winners and the highest points wins the series,Ž says Fire Water s Leonnig. Red Stripe/Reba s Charlton adds, The enthusiasm grows each race if you are consistently placing well in a series. On the other hand, if you have a bad race early on, you know you have a number of opportunities to get back into the series again, especially with one throw-out race per series allowed.Ž John Hays Wild“re Keith LeGrecis Girasoli and David Lakes Wicked Winch rounded out the top “ve boats in the 2013/14 series behind Red Stripe/Reba “rst and Fire Water second. The Goslings Regatta Series was started by host West End Yacht Club (WEYC) as a way to get more sailors to race on a regular basis. I think that the series has increased participation to the event legs and has encouraged some friendly competition among some of the local boats,Ž says WEYC commodore, Martin van Houten. Our numbers for this past series of events are up overall from last year.Ž The tentative schedule for the 2014/15 Goslings Regatta Series begins with Foxys Wooden (& Classic Plastic) Boat Race on May 23th-25th 2014. Other events in the Series include the Fish n Lime 2nd Annual Beat N Run on June 6th-7th; the Firecracker 500 Regatta, July 4th-5th; Round Tortola Race, November 17th, Gustav Wilmerding Regatta, December 5th-6th; and Darkn Stormy Regatta, March 13th-16th 2015. Entrants must participate in at least three races to qualify for the series overall. For more information, Email: martin@sailsistership.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islandsbased marine writer and registered dietitian. Insurance for Charter & Watersports Operators CALL OR CLICK www.CharterBiz.comGET A PERSONALIZED INSURANCE QUOTATION FOR CharterBiz.comCharterBiz.com CharterBiz.comUSA 800-773-0105 Caribbean 284-494-8925 International 305-743-7711The CharterBiz website caters to Charter & Tour Operators including bareboat and crewed charters, dive-boat and tour operators, daily rental and PWC renters. No fees, no hassles and no Prima Donnas. Just common sense!Charter Yacht Insurance Bareboat or crewed Captain & Crew Personal Accident +Weekly Income+Medical Expense Insurance Health Insurance call for more info Watersports Operators contact us Coverage worldwide Coverage worldwideOffshore Risk ManagementMarine & Specialty Insurance Services Worldwide The CharterBiz insurance program is managed by Participation in every leg was another crucial factor to doing well in the overall series.

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58 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 St. Barthlemy Thirty-eight! Thats the number of sailboats that raced in the 2014 Saint Barth Bucket Regatta, which really is an unusual event for unusual boats. Most of these boats were not built for racing, yet there they are competing in some pretty muscular races, with owners bringing in professional race crews to assure safety out on the water. For this years winner, Ed Bosarge, winning the Bucket has been on his bucket list for a while. Its been a four-year ride to win,Ž says Bosarge, owner of Marie a fabulous 55ft Vitters ketch that made its “rst appearance at the regatta in 2011, the same year that Bosarge brought four period WWII airplanes to The Bucket for an incredible air show. Its been a great journey,Ž he adds. MARIE WINS 2014 SAINT BARTH BUCKET REGATTA BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX PHOTOS: ROSEMOND GRAUX The 19th annual Bucket took place on Friday through Sunday, March 28-30 2014, with yachts„measuring over 100ft in length„divided into four classes: Les Gazelles de la Mer, with eight entries including the largest competitor, the 220ft (66.7m) Baltic yacht, Hetairos ; Les Elegantes de la Mer with ten entries; Les Mademoiselles 2014 BUCKET WINNERSLes Grandes Dames: Altair Les Mademoiselles: Bequia Les Elegantes: Marie Les Gazelles: Nilaya Raising the St. Barth Bucket (from left) Bruno Magras, president of the Collectivity of Saint Barth; Ed Bosarge, owner of the winning yacht Marie and Michel Magras, senator of Saint Barth

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 59 de la Mer with 11 entries; and Les Grandes Dames de la Mer with nine entries. Over the past 19-years, the Bucket has evolved to a major regatta for large sailboats and safety out on the water is a big concern. This year the weather conditions were ideal with sunny skies and 16-20 knots of wind over the three days of racing. No major accidents, other than a few torn spinnakers and a broken halyard, were reported. One of our goals, based on feedback from participating owners, is to provide like racing„that is to have yachts which perform in a similar fashion, in a variety of different conditions, race together. That is dif“cult to do in some instances given how disparate many of the superyachts are, but it is an important consideration,Ž says race director Peter Craig. There are a number of factors we take into account in our effort to make this happen„even if it means expanding the rating bands. A boats Sail Area/ Displacement Ratio (both the upwind & downwind numbers) and Displacement/Length Ratio (DLR) are three key factors that come into play.Ž Safety on the water, great parties on shore, a mix of fun and sportsmanship: all of this is part of the drama and excitement of The Saint Barth Bucket, one of the most unusual…and spectacular„regattas in the Caribbean. Ellen Lampert-Graux lives in Saint Barthlemy where she is editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine. She writes regularly about entertainment design and technology for Live Design magazine, and about Caribbean architecture for MACO, a Trinidad-based lifestyle magazine. Red sails are always a winner

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60 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Antigua ANTIGUA CLASSIC YACHT REGATTA 2014 LIFE AND SOUL The Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by Panerai was blessed with superb sailing conditions. The spectacle of magni“cent traditional yachts, barrelling through Caribbean surf, was a truly amazing sight. For “ve days, the trade winds played ball … 20 plus knots producing white horses on the beautiful sailing grounds on the south coast of Antigua. This lucky scribbler took a ride on a different yacht every day. The mighty J/Class, Rainbow was my “rst ride. The original Rainbow was launched in 1934 for the famous Harold Vanderbilt but was scrapped for the war effort. The present day Rainbow was designed by Dykstra Naval Architects, and built at Holland Jachtbouws yard in Friesland, the Netherlands. The latest version has a luxurious mahogany interior, the mast is carbon and the yacht bristles with the latest custom deck systems. The power of Rainbow blows you away. Without deploying the kite, we only got to a top speed of about 14 knots but the momentum of the powerful bulb keel as it cuts through the Caribbean swell is aweBY LOUAY HABIB ONNE VAN DER WAL/PANERAIOverall winner Whitehawk tacks inshore some. The wake is a white vortex that stretches back as far as you can see. Rainbow was meticulously built, the standard of workmanship precise and exquisite. Since I was a child I have dreamed about sailing on a J/Class and the experience was truly memorable. One of the only large Fifes of her ilk in North America, the 83ft Adventuress beckoned on the second day and her skipper, Seth Salzmann, has a heavy burden. Kenny Coombs, the previous skipper and the Father of Classics passed away last October. Adventuress  owner Victor Janovich has a crew of young, keen inexperienced sailors. Many of them come from the middle of Canada. Skipper Seth has been sailing all his life and has the eyes of a hawk, watching the crew to make sure they get it right. He uses old fashioned commands from days gone by. Thats the way I was taught … old school,Ž explained Seth.  Adventuress will be going up to Maine after the regatta and then across the Atlantic to Scotland. She is going back to the yard where she was built. Racing this week

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62 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Antigua sharpens up the skills and gives the crew a lot of experience; the North Atlantic can be a bit wild, so the regatta is an important part of their learning curve.Ž On Sunday, Adventuress took part in The Cannon Race, and along with many other yachts, ”owers were put into the water as a mark of respect for Kenny Coombs. Built in 1902, Coral of Cowes was the oldest yacht racing at the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta. Skipper and owner Richard Oswald, who lives on board the yacht, charters Coral to paying guests. I stepped aboard and was delighted to trim the main sheet on the Fred Sheppard designed gaff rigged schooner. With an overall length of 108ft and a displacement of close to 70 tons, Coral of Cowes is a mammoth yacht. The hull is built of teak planks, bronze-fastened, over “ve-inch English oak frames; 26-tons of lead make up her keel. Coral is a real handful in a big breeze. Richard is a very big man and he needed that strength to wrestle with the wheel as we smashed to windward. The Cannon Course is great for watching the ”eet and we reached past boat after stunning boat, but that also made it pretty tough on the main sheet. Coral was ducking or going high to avoid the traf“c and the main needed constant adjustment. I dont mind admitting to running out of energy at times! It was a real pleasure to sail into Nelsons Dockyard for The Parade of Sail. Coral of Cowes is over 100-years-old and we were roundly applauded by the spectators. For the last race on the Windward course, I joined the Carriacou Sloop, Exodus The sloops all moor up together outside Skullduggerys Bar and there is a party atmosphere in the mornings. A splash of Jack Iron rum on the tiller and we were off. Rob Fabre is the skipper and in his late 20s. He is a serious wooden boat junky. Exodus had been put back together after hitting a reef last year and it is a serious science project for Rob. The hull has been faired, the rig tweaked and a removable wooden bowsprit ”ies the spinnaker. We got off to a cracking start, reaching out to a deep water mark, hiking hard. Exodus is a witch off the breeze but upwind the other sloops were quicker and caught up as we played the current inshore. On the long beat to Shirley Heights the sea really kicked up as we neared the top mark and we were behind. Antiguan tactician and Laser Olympian Karl James called for the spinnaker and spinnaker staysail and we took off barely under control. A Carriacou Sloop does not have the elegant lines of the classics but wow what a ride. Several classes were decided on the last day of racing. Overall victory as well as “rst place in the Classic Class went to the American clipper-bowed 105ft classic ketch Whitehawk which received an Of“cine Panerai watch. Other overall prizes went to Lily Maid (Vintage), Nazgull of Fordell (Spirit of Tradition), Genesis (Best Elapsed Time) and Desiderata (Classic GRP). In Vintage Class A, Carlo Falcones Alfred Mylne-designed ketch Mariella won the last race of the regatta to take the class title by just one point from Scott Franzs Herreshoff 72, Ticonderoga For full results and more, visit: antiguaclassics.com Louay Habib is a freelance yachting journalist who writes for a variety of clients, including The Volvo Ocean Race and the Royal Ocean Racing Club. ONNE VAN DER WAL/PANERAI Classics try their hand at match racing!

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 65 Grenada YAKIN IN PARADISE Paddling off across an azure sea, trade winds tempering the soaring heat, lush green vegetation overhanging from the land and stunning vistas in every direction, youve arrived in kayaking paradise. Grenada is a wonderfully vibrant, colourful and diverse Caribbean island thats been hovering under the watersports radar for a while. With miles of coastline and very few other paddlers around, kayaking is perfect for exploring and enjoying this fantastic part of the world.Got waves? When a big northerly swell pulses, Grenada is there to greet it. The oceans energy pushes walls of liquid along both coasts and if you hunt around youll no doubt score. A plethora of reef, point and beach breaks can be found on either ”ank … with time and effort, who knows what youll discover. For those who fancy a bit of wave sliding then fear not if the Caribbean Sea side is ”at … the Atlantic side will most likely have a wall if the trades are puf“ng. Kayak touring. For exploring and touring, Grenada offers the perfect location. Conservation Kayak is located at Whisper Cover Marina, Woburn Bay, and offers guided tours. As well as chaperoning all levels of sit-on kayaker, BY TEZ PLAVENIEKS PHOTOGRAPHY BY FI PLAVENIEKS Jamie and Amber Barrett take time to educate and inform about the various conservation issues facing the island. In particular their knowledge of mangroves, marine and wildlife ensure you have an active but interesting time. To raise even more awareness Jamie and (local) Hazel Da Breo are planning to circumnavigate Grenada … stay tuned for further details.Hog Island. I joined Conservation Kayak for their Hog Island tour … an uninhabited jut of rock that lies offshore from Whisper Cove. It provides the perfect point of interest and is the kind of geological formation that paddlers are naturally drawn to. Heading along the sheltered northern part of Woburn Bay you eventually end in the wide open blue. You then hang a right and head downwind with the breeze and swell. Navigating through a small keyhole in the reef, you reach the designated lunch stop on the backside of Hog Island. After resting tired muscles a while, its time to move onwards along the islands southern tip before a smash upwind rounds-off the day. Further a“eld. For anyone looking to further explore, Grenada serves up a whole host of paddling opportunities

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66 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Grenada Island Dreams WWW.ISLANDREAMSGRENADA.COM GUARDIANAGE & YACHT MANAGEMENT GRENADAWith over 10 years of experience, Island Dreams helps you make the most of your sailing time in the Caribbean. Leave your boat in our care, knowing it will be checked and monitored with maintenance and other tasks looked after while you are away. Reach us at +473 443 3603 or +473 415 2138 or info@islandreamsgrenada.com Dominica Marine CenterEngine Sales and Repairs Dealer and agent for Northern Lights, Yanmar Marine, Mercury Marine, Suzuki Marine, Mercruiser, Cummins, Boston Whaler, and Budget Marine. Roseau +767-440-BOAT (2628) Portsmouth +767-445-4322 info@dominicamarinecenter.com depending on conditions. Launching at the north of the island gives access to a mammoth downwind route along the Atlantic coast … experienced kayakers will love this. Rolling swell, gusty breeze and being out in the open ocean is enough to get those juices ”owing. Sort out your logistics BEFORE and all will be “ne.Gear carriage. Although out“ts, such as Conservation Kayak, are now springing up theres a distinct lack of similar operations. Many hotels on the island provide kayaks but unfortunately there arent any rental shops. Staying at a hotel with equipment is the only real way to lay hands on gear if you dont take your own. It is possible to transport personal kayak gear but the airline will need to be chosen carefully as many dont accept oversize baggage. We ”ew with British Airways, who were great, but you couldnt book kayak equipment in as baggage as restrictions dont allow. (We actually took stand up paddle boards with us but these were in”atable and therefore easy to stow in the hold.)Untouched. Grenada is still largely untouched when it comes to watersports. The options for windsur“ng, surfing, kitesur“ng, SUP and kayaking are glaringly obvious. Although transporting kit is tricky, its worth investigating as the experience is fantastic. Special thanks to British Airways, Grenada Tourism Authority, Flamboyant Hotel and Kalinago Beach Resort … this trip wouldnt have been possible without their support. Tez Plavenieks is an experienced freelance writer that specialises in action sports and travel. He currently edits, writes and produces content for a variety of different outlets both online and in print.

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 69 Curaao The 2014 Windsur“ng Curaao Slalom Series took place in April, for the second time this year. The Series is a sequence of several competitions, held throughout the year, designed to increase the level of local windsur“ng talent in preparation for regional and international windsur“ng events. Organized by the surf school Windsur“ng Curaao, with the help of enthusiastic volunteers and parents, 2014 Windsur“ng Curaao Slalom Series II served as training for the upcoming Curacao Challenge 2014, where local talent will compete against an international lineup. Competitors were divided into various categories and the event ran a total of 20 races in Spanish Water, a large area of sheltered water six-miles southeast of Willemstad. Thirty-nine enthusiastic windsurfers of all levels and ages took part, demonstrating their skills in adrenaline-pumping competition with winds ranging from 17 to 22 knots. The windsurfers, however, didnt have all the fun as a Stand Up Paddleboarding competition took place at the same time. This popular new sport gave spectators plenty to watch and helped keep them entertained. Following the event, organizers thanked Windsur“ng Curaao, the volunteers, participants and families for making the Curaao Slalom Series a great success. For more information including news of upcoming windsurfing events, visit Facebook at: www.facebook.com/WindsurfingCuracao and www.facebook.com/curacaochallenge 2014 WINDSURFING CURAAO SLALOM SERIES II REPORT BY NANCY DA SILVA DE GOES OPEN CLASS 1st: Milan Gielingh 2nd: Jean Patrick van der Wolde 3rd: Jean Paul Da Silva De Goes BOYS 14 AND OLDER 1st: Place Ryan Richie 2nd: Stefan De Bell 3rd: Wave AntoniaBOYS UP TO 13 1st: Luca Van Der Bunt 2nd: Ramon Sijm 3rd: Tom van ZantenBOYS UP TO 11 1st: Faan Coenen 2nd: Boris van Noort 3rd: Luka StompGIRLS 15 AND OLDER 1st: Ingrid Bakker 2nd: Yentl Gielingh 3rd: Chiara Bakker GIRLS UP TO 14 1st: Anne Coenen 2nd: Zoe Munnink 3rd: Danique StompWINDSURFING RESULTS Open Class Winners (from Left) Jean Patrick van der Wolde, 18, (2nd); Milan Gielingh, 18, (1st) and Jean Paul Da Silva De Goes, 15, (3rd) PHOTO: NANCY DA SILVA DE GOESThe youngest class, boys up to age of 11, in actionPHOTO: MARJENKA DE BELL

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70 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Colombia Until not too long ago, the Colombian coast was avoided by cruisers because of its bad reputation. The country was a dangerous place for locals as well as for visitors, whether they arrived by land, air or sea. This has changed tremendously over the last decade. Colombian ports are growing in popularity, while the no-go zone these days is located in neighboring Venezuela. The voyage from the ABC islands to Panama used to be a long, hard sail but the accessibility of safe harbors along the Colombian coast now offers rest and refuge to break up the journey west. Cabo de la Vela, a 120 mile overnighter from Aruba, presents a big, ”at bay to spend the night. The scenery is attractive and one can anchor far from shore to avoid bugs and commotion from the small settlement. The clock is set back an hour and when the workday is “nished, curious “shermen and families pass by in small boats to gaze at the sailboats and their crew. Remember to smile for the camera! SANTA MARTA: A PLEASANT COLOMBIAN SURPRISE STORY BY LIESBET COLLAERT Cartagena … the old and famous beauty of Colombia … has always been a favorite port of call while on the way west. The town of Santa Marta, however, was the biggest surprise to my husband Mark and me. Anchoring in the commercial harbor is possible, but most cruisers prefer a stay in the modern and safe Santa Marta Marina. The facilities are clean and comfortable with stateof-the-art air-conditioned bathrooms and a functioning laundry room, both with an abundance of hot water. The staff is friendly, the manager and receptionist speak English, the marina fees are affordable and the interesting town center lies within walking distance. Western-style grocery stores, colorful local food stands and markets, bars, and restaurants abound. A week spent enjoying the good life ”ies by too quickly. Santa Marta has an ugly beach that over”ows with people during weekends and holidays. For a beach vacation, youre better off in one of the neighboring coastal towns. The attraction in Santa Marta is the atmosphere of a coloSanta Marta MarinaPHOTO: LIESBET COLLAERT

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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 71 conut groves or wander along a handful of yellow beaches. If you like to ride then horses can be rented to take you to various parts of the park. A refreshing dip in the ocean can be had in La Piscina and Cabo San Juan and it is possible to spend the night in one of the campgrounds. During the rainy season, the trails can be very muddy. More and more cruisers prefer to visit the amazing city of Cartagena by bus from Santa Marta to avoid the unattractive anchorage and the extra agent fees in Cartagena harbor. Whether youre looking to take a break for a few days, a South American culture in which to immerse yourself, or a comfortable base to explore the sights and sounds of Colombia, the vibrant town of Santa Marta provides it all. Liesbet Collaert is a freelance writer. She and her husband Mark have been cruising on Irie for almost six years. They recently left the Caribbean and are heading west for new adventures in the South Paci“c. Visit her blog at: www.itsirie.com nial town, popular with Colombian visitors. A stroll along the boardwalk, while taking in the busy beach scene, the Indian statues and the many carts selling lime juice, skewered meat and other local food pleases the senses. The historic town center reveals picturesque buildings, peaceful squares and vendors selling everything from small cups of coffee to frozen shrimp. When darkness falls, the area really comes alive. Bars and restaurants “ll up and the boardwalk and plazas turn into a buzzing scene of locals having fun. Teenagers, couples in love and families with children promenade, and the Latin American culture and atmosphere are ever-present. During the Christmas period decorated statues, lit up at night, cause merriment all around. Buses enter and leave Santa Marta at different locations and taxis are an easy and affordable means of transportation. A ride to anywhere in the city costs the equivalent of US$2 for up to four passengers. A great day out is to be had at the Tayrona National Park, an hour east of Santa Marta by bus. Here, you can explore the jungle trails, forests and coThe hustle and bustle of Santa Marta seen from the busPHOTO: AXEL BUSCH PHOTO: AXEL BUSCH PHOTO: AXEL BUSCHGuides on horseback in Tayrona National Park One of the beaches in Tayrona National Park

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74 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 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 LongitudeResources ASK ABOUT ADDING YOUR BOATYARD TO THE ALL AT SEA BOATYARD GUIDE CONTACT ADVERTISING@ALLATSEA.NETPhone Number OUTSIDE OF CARIBBEAN:

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76 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 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 Water Point, St. Thomas, USVI. This island retreat is nestled on a large, uniquely private, sheltered shore. It is a modernist, island-style 3 BR 3 BA that blends indoor/outdoor living into a nature park like setting. Indoors, the open, single level ”oor plan is designed for natural light and ventilation. Outdoors, theres expansive covered verandas bordered by tiered pools. A paved pathway leads to a gazebo resting on the shoreline with an attached swim platform. A 5-acre private beach parcel is steps away. Price: USD $4,500,000 NICK BAILEY, John Foster Real Estate nickbailey23@hotmail.com | www.usvi-realestate.com Of“ce: (340) 775-9000 | Cell: (340) 642-9072 1 Port Antonio, Jamaica. Set in a peaceful garden with abundant fruit trees and ”owers, this 3 BR 2 BA residence on Bonnie View Hill offers incomparable views over Port Antonio and the seas beyond. This soundly built property had a 16,000 gallon water tank and roof recently upgraded to Alu-Steel. Fully furnished, including with pieces of interesting antiques. Price: USD $295,000 JACQUI NEIL, Century 21 Heave-Ho info@real-estate-jamaica.com www.real-estate-jamaica.com Of“ce: (876) 993 7259 | Cell: (876) 364 6213 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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JUNE 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 77 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 w ater f r on t condo, p r ic e d t o p er f e c t ion. $469,000 3BR/3BA b ea chf r on t condo, s p e c ta cu lar re mod el $999,000 R are oppo rt uni t y t o pu r ch ase a lar g e f a mi l y hom e on a se c l ud e d b ea ch. $3.99M Per f e c t st udio v a c at ion re n tal condominium on d es i ra b le Sa pphi re B ea ch. $174,900 3BR/3BA w ater f r on t condo, e xc elle n t l oc at ion a nd condi t ion. $499,000 L ar g e p r i st in e hom e s i ts on a c rest l o t a bov e wo rl d-f a mou s M a g e n s B a y. $2.8M

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78 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Grand Case, St. Martin, FWI. Located directly on the beach, this boutique hotel offers 11 apartments with panoramic views over the Caribbean Sea to Anguilla. Built in 2009, the complex comprises 4 studio apartments, 6 1 BA apartments, and 1 2 BA apartment. Each apartment is carefully designed to offer guests a very high level of accommodation, coupled with the tranquility and exceptional views. Price: USD $7,200,000 STEWART ANDREWS, Caribbean Land & Property consultant@caribbeanlandandproperty.com www.caribbeanlandandproperty.com Of“ce: (767) 449-7814 3 5 Christophe Harbour, St. Kitts. Stunning views welcome owners to this 7,042 sq. ft. 4 BR 3 BA villa created for effortless entertaining as well as intimate moments, with a ”oor plan that extends into the outdoors with an open-air poolside pavilion and full outdoor kitchen. With Italian plaster walls, coral stone ”oors throughout and an exterior featuring rare, reclaimed Nevis stone, it achieves a natural balance within the landscape it calls home.Price: USD $4,650,000 THOMAS LIEPMAN, Christophe Harbour Real Estate info@ChristopheHarbour.com www.ChristopheHarbour.com Of“ce: (869) 466-8738 or (800) 881-7180 4 St. James, Barbados. Lantana is a 1 BR, “rst ”oor apartment offering 915 sq. ft. of living space with contemporary “nishes. Located on the islands exquisite West Coast, this development offers two swimming pools, secure gated access and ample parking. Offering magni“cent sea views, this luxury apartment is close to trendy Holetown and historic Speightstown. Price: USD $259,950 GEMMA HOLDER, Terra Caribbean gemma.holder@terracaribbean.com Of“ce: (246) 434-9000 | Cell: (246) 836-2686 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. 1990 Tayana 52 Darling Blue $230K absolutely spic and span and ready to goƒ 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 1998 Beneteau 432 fully rigged for off the grid living. Just add you! $54K 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 1967 Classic Alberg Sloop Everything you need to circumnavigate $43K 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 2008 Lagoon S2 Premium Immaculate and sail away $245K 1980 Pearson 365. Cruise ready! 1984 CSY 44 Cutter. Deep Draft Version. Everything new $79K Offers! 1993 Moody 38 Bullet proof Blue water cruiser. Sail Away OFFERS! 1999 Leopard 45 Excellent blue water Sailaway condition. Offers! 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 2006 Lagoon 440 Owners version. Never chartered. Pristine $450K Hans Christian Telstar 38 Circumnavigation ready $119K Offers 2001 maxim 38 owners version Really clean $215K Morgan Catalina 1997 clean and cruise ready Tel: + 1 721 553 4475 Tony@littleships.com St Martin F.W.I. Anguilla

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84 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.netBrokerage 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 : 787-601-7959 seamermaidmarineinc@yahoo.comAsking $350,000

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86 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Brokerage FOR SALE: 49 Grand Banks Motor Yacht, 1987Asking $275,000Contact Ken Huskey: 828 479 4939 or khuskey@attglobal.net With trailer for easy shipping (owner can arrange) Many extras, St. Maarten based, for info paul@lagoon-marina.com CORSAIR 36 CORSAIR 36 A good opportunity to get one for a good price, just reduced again to USD 179,000 Lubbe-Voss 42. Designed by Sparkman & Stevens.Recent rig and sails. Lots of cruising gear. Great ocean sailing boat. Lying in St Maarten. USD 50 000 neg Contact: swart_a@yahoo.com. For Sale: 37 1979 Endeavour $45,000 26 2001 Twin Vee $19,000 44 1977 CSY Sloop $49,000Call, fax or visit our website for a complete list of boats for sale 27 1989 Corsair F2 $30,000 37 1997 Sea Ray Sundancer $79,000 48 2002 Dyna Craft My $215,000Compass4Point4Marina465774Est84Frydenhoj94Suite4:;94St84Thomas94U8S8V8I8477;7: Phone<4=5>7?4@@BDG6674Fax<4=5>7?4@@HD>;754yachtsJislands8viwww.stthomasyachts.com St. Thomas Yacht Sales SAIL :@4;B4 Corsair4F:94Ko4fast4cruiser94good4cond84 8N57O 564;74Albin4Stratus94Qay4Sail4Rusiness4888N@HO 5@4B@4Wunter94AP94Sugar4Scoop48888888888888N65O >74B:4Caliber94:4strms94great4cond888888888NB;O >>4@@4CSY4Sloop94new4rigging4888888888888888N>BO >B4764Xeanneau4QS488888888888888888888888888888N:BHO POWER :647G4Twin4Vee94power4cat94twin4Wondas4 88N:;O :;47:4Krady4[hite94:77WP4Yamahas4888N>7O 574@>4Fales4Trawler94pilot4house4888888888N5G8BO 5:4754[ellcraft4Scarab94twin4Yahamas488N>@8HO 5>44;B4Sea4\ay4Express94diesels4 888888888888NHHO 5H47:4Maxum44sleeps4>94genset4 888888888N668BO >747:4Cruiser4Express94AP94great4cond88NG:HO >747:4]liver4Marine4Express4Cruiser4 888N:H7O >;47>4Qyna4Craft4MY9454strms94>H7WP4Cats48N:GHO 654B74Viking4Motor4Yacht4888888888888888888888N:H7O 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 4blue4water4sailboat4in4way4 above4average4conditions94fully4 loaded4and4ready4for4extended4 cruising^4beta4G6hr4with4less4than4 5:Hhr94G:H4watts4sat4panel94wind4 turbine94refrigeration94G9H774watts4 inverter94dual4control4electric4windD lass94hot4water4heather94;4west4 marine4dinghy4with4Xohnson4:hp4 outboard4and4much4more84Please4 visit4at4www8captainsolo8net4for4full4 details4and4photo4gallery84\educe4 for4quick4sale88N5H9777877 LIVEABOARD READY TO GO JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 42.1 1995; 4owned4G54years^4 watermaker^4solar^4electric4windD vane^4regularly4serviced^4new4genoa4 and4dinghy4dbriefukJyahoo8com^4 for4details4asking4N=US?BB9777^4 Antigua4to4Martinique 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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88 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Marketplace J Prop...the feathering propeller that is easy to install and adjust. Available in 2, 3 and 4 blade versions as well as for saildrives. Beta Marine US Ltd info@betamarinenc.com SUMMER IS HERE! No matter what your plans are, Landfall has the gear you need. Find books and guides, clothing, gear, charts, hardware, and more from the best brands on the water. WE SHIP DAILY TO THE CARIBBEAN. All it takes is a call or click. Like us on Facebook for great deals, and shop online anytime! 800-941-2219landfallnav.com 2014 Landfall Navigation. All rights reserved. SAFETY | NAVIGATION | REFERENCE | WEAR ARE YOU READY? Seaworthy Cruising Guides to the Bahamaslandfallnav.com/cruisebahamas Helly Hansen Gear Bags in 5 Colorslandfallnav.com/helly50bag 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! 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 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

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90 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Marketplace AUTOMOTIVE & MARINEST. THOMAS, USVI VI Starters and Alternators & MARINE S T. THOMAS USV I (340) 514-3222Melvin DonovanRebuilder melloauto1@aol.com 6113 Estate Frydenhoj, 2-Y St. Thomas, USVI 00802 MUST CALL FOR NEW LOCATION AND DELIVERY INSTALLATIONS, PICKUP AND DELIVERY 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 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 SAILING HARDWARE: www.nautos-usa.com SAILINGHARDWARE 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 Please send an introductory email along with your rsum to: garry@trade-winds.com 15 Yea r s TradeWinds is a successful yacht chartering company with a dierence. We operate traditional weekly crewed charters as well as a Private Members Club which oers its guests an all-Inclusive, fully crewed week-long vacation. TradeWinds operates in destinations across the world but its main activities are located in the Caribbean, and we are now looking to hire a Marketing Manager to join our growing team. As Marketing Manager you will be responsible for marketing online services in order to attract new clients to our Rental Charter division. The goal of the position is to generate sucient quality and quantity of leads to attract vacationers to experience a TradeWinds charter. You will need to have commercial ability, creative air and a focus on delivering results. A pro-active, team-focused work ethic is essential. You will be expected to take a multi-channel marketing approach across email, social media, digital media and SEO, building partnerships, direct mail, PR, advertising and events, which are all designed to drive and deliver results. If you are a Marketing Professional with experience in the leisure or yacht chartering industry and looking to join a successful and exciting growing business, contact us for full details! TradeWinds is looking for a Marketing ManagerExplore. Dream. Discover. THANK THEM FOR THEIR SUPPORT!LOVE ALL AT SEA ? Tell an advertiser, I saw it in

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92 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Marketplace Let Hydrovane sail you home safelyAutopilot fails Batteries are dead Engine wont start Steering broken Rudder damaged Crew incapacitatedWHAT IF...Totally independent self-steering system and emergency rudder.... in place and ready to go. NO WORRIES WITH HYDROVANEinfo@hydrovane.comWauquiez PS 43 with o-center installation WWW.HYDROVANE.COM 1-604-925-2660 We can t any transom! 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 of CH AR TE R BA SE YACHT REFINISHING Email: painttechnvsxm@yahoo.com

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96 ALLATSEA.NET JUNE 2014 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON Choose a few top-notch ingredients to create a festive and delicious light lunch. Go for a mix of shapes, colors, and ”avors„your guests will love how beautiful everything looks and tastes. (And you will love how easy it is to make.)LEMON NUT BREADPrep time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 1 hour and 10 minutes Cooling time: 10 minutes. Makes: 1 loaf 3/4 cup butter, softened 1-1/4 cups sugar 3 eggs 2-1/2 cups all-purpose ”our 2 tsp baking powder 3/4 tsp salt 1/2 cup milk 1/3 cup fresh lemon juice 3/4 cup chopped pecans 2 tsp grated fresh lemon rind Preheat oven to 350F. Cream butter and sugar until light and ”uffy. Blend in eggs. Add combined dry ingredients to creamed mixture, alternating with milk and juice; mixing well after each addition. Stir in nuts and rind. Pour into greased and ”oured 9 x 5 loaf pan. Bake 60 minutes or until toothpick inserted comes out fairly clean. Cool 10 minutes then remove from pan.SHRIMP SALAD WITH CILANTRO LIME DRESSINGPrep time: 15 minutes. Chilling time: if needed. Serves: 4 1 tbsp olive oil 1 lb medium size shrimp 1/2 tsp cumin Salt and pepper to taste 1 cup tomatoes, diced small 1 small red onion, diced smallCILANTRO LIME DRESSING: 3 tbsp oil 1/4 cup fresh lime juice 1/4 cup fresh cilantro leaves, chopped In a large skillet, heat oil over medium-high; season shrimp with cumin, salt and pepper. Add shrimp to skillet and cook until opaque throughout, about 5 minutes. Transfer shrimp to a plate. When cool, chop in small pieces In a large bowl mix together tomatoes, red onion, cucumber, scallions, red pepper, and pineapple. Add chopped shrimp.DRESSING: In a medium bowl, whisk together oil, lime juice, and cilantro. Season with salt and pepper. TO SERVE: Divide lettuce leaves among four plates. Top with shrimp and vegetable mixture. Drizzle with dressing.STRAWBERRIES SNOW WHITEPrep time: 20 minutes. Serves: 4 3 cups fresh whole strawberries 1 cup heavy cream 2 tsp sugar 2 tbsp Grand Marnier Clean and hull strawberries, drain and chill. Whip together cream, sugar and Grand Marnier, until stiff; do not over whip. Grate orange peel (zest), then peel and slice orange, banana and kiwifruit. Spread cream mixture evenly on 4 dessert plates. Arrange sliced fruit and sprinkle with zest. Dot each one with several strawberries, tip end up. Enjoy! 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 LIGHT LUNCHES ARE IN! 1 cucumber, diced small 2 scallions, chopped 1/2 red pepper, diced small 1 cup pineapple, chopped small 12 Bibb lettuce leaves Season with salt and pepper GARNISH: 4 lime and 4 lemon wedges 1 orange 1 banana 1 kiwifruit (or fruits of your choice)