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8 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Editors Log The government of the British Virgin Islands have placed themselves at the forefront of Caribbean conservation by establishing a permanent shark sanctuary in its waters and banning the sale and trade of sharks and shark products within the territory. This is a brave decision and one that All At Sea hopes will set a precedent. Feared, hunted and abused, these magni“cent predators play a major role in the marine ecosystem and the decision by the BVI to protect them focuses world attention on the Caribbean for all the right reasons. Now, all we need is a progressive regional government to ban onetime use plastic bags in supermarkets. As more sailors and tourists seek ecofriendly destinations, heres a golden opportunity for a Caribbean destination to lead the way. The “rst island to ban single-use plastic bags will see their tourist industry prosper, world media attention will see to that. Regatta season is behind us and what a time we had. With each passing year, well-organized Caribbean regattas attract more top race boats, crewed by some of the best sailors in the world. You notice I used the words well-organized. Why? Because some regattas are now blowing in the wind, sitting back on past glories and hoping that by simply existing, people will come. In this competitive world, where regattas are a product, a brand, this laissez-faire attitude no longer works and I fear that some quite unique regattas, that had great potential, are heading for oblivion. I have seen the light, literally. Before rewiring the mast on G-String I did my homework and decided to replace the old incandescent tricolor at the masthead with an LED. The cost was more than a traditional tricolor but the bene“ts in the form of power consumption won me over. We rewired the mast when it was out of the boat but instead of using 16 gauge wire recommended for the masthead light, I took my usual belt-and-braces approach and upped the wire size to 14 gauge to avoid dreaded voltage loss on such a long run. With the mast re-stepped, I waited until dusk to test the lights. Rewiring anything always makes me jittery, having had my share of ”ash-bangs in the past. Troubleshooting faulty lights at deck level is one thing, doing the same at the top of a 40ft mast is quite another. Having put off the dreaded moment for as long as possible, and with “ngers crossed and “re extinguisher at the ready, I hit the switch marked deck-light and was rewarded by a Gary E. Brown, Editor two amp register on the ammeter and a lovely glow around the deck. The steaming light offered the same happy results. This was going splendidly! Masthead next, and ƒ nothing, or was there? Did the ammeter give a feeble kick or was that just wishful thinking? I went outside and looked up but the puck-like device wasnt visible from the cockpit. Down below, I ”icked the switch several times and each time noticed a tiny kick, one too weak to register on the boats old analog gauge. The only way to see if the lights were actually working was to view them from the dinghy, so off I went. Dragging out the moment, I “nally looked up and there they were, three incredibly bright stars shining red, green and white at the masthead. Theres more to this story than that of successful DIY. My reluctance to use the recommended wire meant we struggled to pull the heavier stuff through the mast, added more weight aloft and increased the cost of the installation. I like to think this exercise taught me a lesson and perhaps helped temper my bullish belt-and-braces attitude towards maintaining the boat, although my wife says she doubts it. On the plus side, and this is huge, we can now sail all night with navigation lights switched on and do so without running the batteries ”at. It sounds such a simple thing until you have to deal with a loss of power at sea, then an amp saved is everything. LET THERE BE LIGHTSee you on the water! PHOTO: OCEANMEDIA On a long run, size counts

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10 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 FEATURES 46 TRENDS IN POWER CATAMARAN DESIGN & FUEL EFFICIENCY COVER SHOT: Full throttle Leverick Bay Poker Run | Photo by Todd VanSickle THIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE24July 2014 24 RACING CIRCUIT Antigua Sailing Week 2014 Les Voiles de St Barth 201430 FISHING Spanish Town Fishermans Jamboree Wahoo Madness Tournament Virgin Islands Game Fishing Clubs Dolphin Derby34 DIVING Diving Belize38 CRUISING Saint Courtneys Boatyard40 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING Satellite Messengers44 OUR NATURAL WORLD Dolphin“sh Come to the Screen in A Journey Pelagic74 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE77 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE87 MARKETPLACE94 SPONSOR DIRECTORY96 CARIBBEAN DINING Heres to a Festive Fourth! Continued on page 12 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS17 EVENT CALENDAR18 SAILING HUMOR On Cyclones, Sheep Herders, And Worse The Spice of Life PHOTO: TIM WRIGHT

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12 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP51 PUERTO RICO Simpson & Velez Successfully Circumnavigate Puerto Rico Via SUP Sports Fishing Pro“le: Capt. Juan Carlos Torruella58 U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS Clarke Tops 15th Annual Budget Marine Commodores Cup60 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Competition & Cooperation at BVI Dinghy Championships 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 July 2014 62 ST. BARTHLEMY The Sixth Annual West Indies Regatta 2014 Transat AG2R67 TRINIDAD Calypso MarineRESOURCES 70 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 72 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 60 NEXT MONTH IN ALL AT SEA : Leverick Bay Poker Run and Favorite Tropical Fruits PHOTO: SHAKTI SEGURA/PHOTOGRAPHYSHATKI.COM

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14 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Curaao ArubaColombiaHaiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS TO COLLENE AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA Dear Editor at All At Sea I live aboard a 40ft Manta catamaran and enjoy reading All At Sea whenever Im lucky enough to “nd a copy. My husband and I have been cruising the Caribbean for about three years, and your great publication is sometimes hard to “nd in the remote areas we visit. Here I am reading All At Sea on Isla Providencia, Colombia, a stunning island off the coast of Nicaragua. The big cleft in the background ridgeline is called Split Hill. Our boat, Cool Change is also visible at anchor in the harbor. Thanks for a terri“c magazine. Best Regards, Collene Funk 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 Simpson & Velez Successfully Circumnavigate Puerto Rico Via SUP P P

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JULY 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 64 2014 Transat AG2R: Victory for Gwnol Gahinet and Paul Meilhat PAGE 67 Calypso Marine: The Art of Boatbuilding P

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16 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Antigua Race Week sailors lost at seaNews of the loss of four British yachtsmen returning from Antigua Race Week to the UK has shaken the Caribbean sailing community. Lost from the yacht Cheeki Ra“ki are Paul Goslin, 56; Steve Warren, 52; skipper Andrew Bridge, 22; and 22-year-old James Male. The yacht activated two 406MHz personal locator beacons 1,000 miles east of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, on Friday May 16th. This resulted in a search by aircraft of the US Coast Guard. At approximately midday on Saturday May 17th, the crew from the 1,000-foot motor vessel Maersk Kure located an overturned hull that matched the description of the Cheeki Ra“ki but found no sign of the sailors. Following reports from the ship it was thought the missing men could be adrift in the 12man liferaft the Beneteau First 40.7 was known to be carrying. After searching more than 4,000-square-miles of ocean, over a period of 53 hours, the US Coast Guard suspended their active search at 5:00am, Sunday May 18th. Following a huge social media campaign … with the hashtag #FindOurSailors … and online petitions with more than 200,000 signatures, and a request from the UK Government, the Coast Guard announced they were resuming the search on Tuesday May 20th. The search was carried out by aircraft of the US Coast Guard, the Rescue Wing U.S. Air National Guard, the Canadian Coast Guard, and the RAF. After a Navy warship relocated the overturned sailing vessel on Friday May 23rd, search planners con“rmed the boats life raft was secured in its storage space in the aft portion of the boat, indicating the crew had been unable to deploy it. Following this discovery, Coast Guard suspended its search later that day. British Virgin Islands establish permanent shark sanctuaryThe designation by the cabinet of the British overseas territory prohibits commercial “shing of all shark and ray species throughout the full exclusive economic zone. That area amounts to 80,117 square kilometers (30,933 square miles). The designation also bans the sale and trade of sharks and shark products within the territory. Many threatened or near-threatened shark species, swim in the waters off the British Virgin Islands. By committing to these comprehensive and permanent conservation measures, the territory has established itself as a global leader in protecting the predators that are vital to the health of our oceans. HONORS FOR CARIBBEAN SAILOR NIKKI BARNESNikki Barnes of St. Thomas, USVI, has been named Outstanding Female Freshman Athlete of the Year at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Sailing as skipper, Barnes helped to earn the CGA its “rst berths into both the Co-Ed and Womens Intercollegiate National Championships in nearly 30 years. Nikkis parents are All At Sea senior writer Carol Bareuther and photographer Dean Barnes. The overturned hull of the Cheeki Rafiki is shown as discovered by a U.S. Navy warship within the search area approximately 1,000 miles east of Cape CodPHOTO: U.S. NAVY Nicki Barnes is presented with her award by CGA Faculty Athletic Representative, Dr. Kathy KrystinikPHOTO: PAUL DUDDY

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18 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 ON CYCLONES, SHEEP HERDERS, AND WORSE BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor I m a bit hurricane shy, as be“ts a sailor who has twice swum away from vessels in 100+ knots of circular breeze. Call me a storm-coward„I am cool with that. Just the phrase tropical hurricane makes me pee my pants. The phrase storm warning weakens my sphincter. Evidently, the Kiwis know this. Thus, they lured me down to New Zealand on circumnavigation #3 to be out of the hurricane belt for the South Paci“c summer. Alas, I didnt read the “ne print. They said out of the belt not hurricane-free. Damn! Even the Kiwis are spin-masters now. Even worse, they attempted to confuse me with this cyclone crap, “guring Id enjoy hurricanes far more with a safer-sounding label. But they really tricked me this particular time with a sub-tropical low approaching„and I thought the sub meant that it was barely worth mentioning. Silly me! Part of the problem was that I was hauled out at Dockland 5 in Whangarei, and starting to worry Id be sucked into that shipyard social whirl forever. The guy who owns it, Charlie, is a “ne, “ne bloke, and loves boaters. I know, I know, this is strictly forbidden by Federal Law in the mainland United States, where all shipyard owners have to take a hate pledge against their marine customers„but such things slip through the cracks in Kiwiville. So Charlie loves his customers, and his customers love Charlie. He never bothers you while youre working on your boat. However, if you ask him for help, he actually provides it. Again, amazing. Right? ... theres always a few surprises on the bill„you never know what hell leave off. Forgetaboutit,Žhe told Mike Litzow of Galactic about shifting his vessel to, and from, the sand-blasting area. The end result is shipyard utopia, a hippy-boat-yardcommune where all the staff, customers, and everyone else for that matter ... feel welcomed, appreciated, and loved. Did I mention it was cheap, clean, and spacious? That Charlie of Dockland 5, a true friend to the cruising yachtsmen of NZ

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 19there is a complete kitchen, with numerous freezers and fridges and that it is all well-organized. And, if theres any money left over in the till at the end of the week, Charlie “res up the barbie, tosses on two dozen thick steaks, ices down a few cases of free beers, and invites everyone onthe-hard for a party. Some yachties haul out for years there. Ernst, on Atlantis plans on relaunching sometime in 2015, and Adam, on Bravo has been out for four months, and says, ... gee, the food and beverages are great here! All you have to do is sprinkle some anti-fouling paint on your T-shirt, and youre instantly accepted as a tribal member. I love it. Why leave?Ž Exactly. It was enough to make a sailor scratch his head. But my alarm bells rang. The dirt dwellers are tricky. They use a million scams to sucker you in„being extremely nice, for example„and if the seasoned passage maker isnt careful, hes soon aground on his own coffee grounds. Eric Hiscock died of a heart attack just a stones throw from here„so I decided I had to get out. ... tooooo much niceness. It was a trap. I was in a rut„of being treated decently, respectfully, and friendly-like. I felt I HAD to ”ee. But bad weather is coming,Ž pleaded Ernst. And the pig roast is Wednesday night. It is best to stay here„living the easy life on-the-hard„for another year or two!Ž No way, Jose,Ž I screamed. I am splashing tomorrow in the rain, come hell-or-high-water.Ž Little did I know, wed get both„almost immediately. We launched amid rain showers and a dark, brooding sky. Locals were putting their cars in the garage. The local farmers were herding their sheep into their living rooms„a sure sign, if Id only noticed. Seagulls came inland, and landed in lakes. Cops wore galoshes. All the signs were there; I just wasnt interpreting them correctly. I have no excuses„only that the sub tropic low seemed to me to be so sub important that we could ignore it. Wrong! Almost dead wrong! Worse, wed just gotten a brand new 25 kilo Rocna anchor„ and my wife blurted out, I cant wait to put it to the test.Ž Watch what you wish for, babe!Ž I muttered, too blissed out from being a”oat again to think straight. We anchored in Urquharts Bay, right next to Alvah Simons famous sloop Roger Henry (See the book North to the Night for a lyrical explanation of Alvahs frozen-in-icefor-a-year insanity.) As I was mopping up the shipyard grit from our decks, I heard a crash below. What was that ,Ž I asked my wife. The barometer falling into the bilge,Ž she said. I retrieved it.

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20 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014Oh, isnt modern yachting fun? We have two windspeed indicators on Ganesh One has multiple alarms. At 30 knots, it blinks. At 40 knots it buzzes, at 50 knots it reminds you to check your marine insurance, and at 60 knots it screams loudly over the mizzen mast mounted power hailer speaker, ... kiss your ass goodbye, Fatty!Ž Roads were ”ooded. Electricity was lost. Dams bulged. Reservoirs creaked. Bridges swayed. High rise buildings were evacuated ... Is that all you got,Ž I screamed into the howling wind while crawling forward yet again to check my snubber. Pathetic! I used to have a Chevy with a stronger heater fan! Linda Lovelace was more dangerous!Ž Oh, yes. I routinely laugh in the face of danger. Carolyn!Ž I shouted down through the hatch. Get the GoPro! I want to take a really stupid video of a really stupid person during a really stupid thing ... so that really stupid people can go on YouTube and stupidly watch it!Ž Great!Ž Carolyn said, who is not beyond any self-promotion that puts money in her purse. The wind was howling. Carolyn couldnt hear me so good. So I shouted. Im worried about ... I dont wanna ... DRAG!Ž I said. ... what?Ž she queried. Oh, not now Fatty! Your makeup will run if you have to go on deck again. Your stockings have more runs than Mickey Mantle. And I am not about to get your dresses out again so soon ... you dressed up as Mae West just last week!Ž ... anchor dragging,Ž I scolded, Not adult fun!Ž Yes, crew communication is important during a storm. We survived. Barely. It was only at the end that the Kiwi Met Of“ce admitted that wed just had the tail end of Cyclone Ita roll over us. Damn! Im like a hurricane magnet. Im serious! The South Atlantic never gets hurricanes„except when we were on passage between St. Helena and St. Barths. How many hurricanes have you been through?Ž Carolyn asked me. Twenty-eight,Ž I mused, give or take a dozen.Ž I paused, and then added, I guess that makes me lucky.Ž I guess that makes you stupid ,Ž said Carolyn. EDITORS NOTE: Fatty and Carolyn are currently at sea, playing hide-and-seek with the Great Barrier Reef ... which they struck at hull speed in 2001. 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 Its little hand was bent, and it was reading lower than my bank account. Useless piece of Chinese crap,Ž I said as I tossed it aside. My new boat is a 43ft ketch-rigged Wauquiez, and has a giant aft cabin with twin transom picture windows. By midnight, the wind had reached a steady 45 knots; we were eating popcorn, and watching our dinghy do cartwheels in the gusts. There goes the gas tank,Ž Carolyn giggled. Did you see how far the rubber gas hose stretched before snapping? The oars are long-gone,Ž I noted. They were ”ung a really long distance during the last triple-axial!Ž You must have really twisted those outboard clamps down hard,Ž Carolyn said admiringly. I mean, our dinghy has ”ipped its position more often than a Thai hooker, and yet its still attached to the transom. WOW!Ž There was a bang from the foredeck, which sounded like a cannon shot. Ah, the one-inch Nylon chain snubber has chafed through yet again. Reminds me of Hurricanes Hugo, Luis, Marilyn ...Ž Dont be a name-dropper,Ž Carolyn scolded. The breeze was up to 55 knots, and holding by this point. We were anchored in 40ft of water, with 240ft of 10mm chain and our new anchor. ... still here,Ž Carolyn sang out happily while twiddling the dials of our three anchor drag alarms. That new anchor is stronger than ... well, your armpit odor!Ž Not fair,Ž I said in self-defense, fear reeks, fresh water is precious, and Im only human.Ž Frankly, Im tired of having my yachts pretending to be yo-yos„and up and down and up and down! Do you have any idea how expensive it is to spray an entire 30,000lb vessel with WD40, both inside and out? Repeatedly. And thats only a minor part of sinking. During such moments, I try to focus on the Bright Side. Oh, look!Ž I say gaily to Carolyn, another one of our fellow boaters is getting his boat destroyed on the rocks. There goes his mast! Look at him bleed! The wife is crying! There are children in the water. GREAT! I feel better now!Ž Okay, so it is a little callous. Still, a cruising sailor must take his guilty pleasures when offered. Look,Ž screamed Carolyn with equal joy, that mansion on the beach just lost its roof!Ž The aptly-named catamaran named This Side Up just ”ipped,Ž I noted, and the monomaran named Titanic sank in a sea of irony!ŽDo you have any idea how expensive it is to spray an entire 30,000lb vessel with Wd40, both inside and out? Repeatedly.

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22 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014amazed … how could this be possible. Then, slowly, he nodded and smiled inwardly … there must have been collusion between him and the thieves. Next morning, the harbormaster came roaring out to the boat in a fast dinghy and sure enough he had the stolen items … but there was a necessary procedure before Charlie could have his stuff back. He would have to go to the catholic church some “ve miles away and read a statement in front of the priest to swear the items were undoubtedly his. The friendly harbormaster could give him a ride on the back of his motorbike. And so it was. When they arrived the whole village came out to greet the foreigner and Charlie was made to read a statement in front of a robed and bejeweled priest … in Indonesian … that purportedly con“rmed him as the owner of the stolen items. It was nothing more than a sideshow; villagers pointing and laughing, Charlie embarrassed and wondering if the gobbledygook he was saying was perhaps assigning him to a “ring squad. Finally, he was handed his possessions. Next day Charlie cleared for Lombok, with a large new padlock. Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI, Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel Sailing Humor There is nothing quite as exciting as cruising the worlds little known destinations; it adds spice to the cruising life. Back in the 1980s when Charlie was cruising the world, he sailed to the remote regions of the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea, and after exploring much of Australias barrier reef he joined an ocean race to Indonesia (organized by the Darwin Yacht Club), with the sole purpose of getting a cruising permit to explore this amazing archipelago. In Darwin, Charlie shipped a girl aboard as mate and companion and the two of them joined the small ”eet for the 600 mile race ending in Ambon, one of the historic spice islands. Charlie stocked up with cloves, nutmeg and pepper and after all the celebrations and speeches by both Aussie and Indonesian yacht club of“cials, and armed with his cruising permit, he set off on his mission to explore southern Sulawesi and the Buton Straits. The voyage was incredible with anchorages off villages where wooden boats were built and dhows constructed; anchorages where, tied stern to the wooded shoreline, screeching monkeys were their only companions and huge sailing dhows, loaded to the gunwales, sailed back and forth (and forth and back). At the end of the 100 mile strait, at the regional capital of Bau Bau, they anchored and then went ashore to present themselves to local of“cials for clearance to continue. The harbormaster seemed to be a pleasant of“cial and after a short time all the formalities were taken care of and Charlie invited him to come aboard for sundowners later that evening. They returned to the boat and ƒ they had been robbed! But oddly enough nothing valuable had been stolen except a small short wave radio; they had also taken T-shirts, cassette tapes and a few old magazines. That evening, after a few forbidden drinks (Muslims are denied alcohol), Charlie, explaining the theft, said what a shame in such a welcoming town with such nice people.Ž Almost immediately the half-sloshed harbormaster exclaimed, I will get all your stolen items back.Ž Charlie was SAILING WITH CHARLIE THE SPICE OF LIFEBY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH

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24 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Racing Circuit Antigua Sailing Week was one of the “rst international yachting regattas to be held in the Caribbean. Back in the late 60s, The Nicholson family had a yacht charter business based in Antigua and Race Week as it was called then, was the end of season party where yacht skippers and their crew could have one big drink up with racing thrown in before they went their separate ways. Over the years Antigua Sailing Week developed into a much more high pro“le event, attracting up to 250 yachts with a lot of professional racing crew. Winning at Antigua Sailing Week became a rich prize. In 2010, with the world economy spiralling into recession and the double-whammy of Stanford Bank collapsing, Antigua Sailing Week was in a very dark place but the regatta has not only survived but changed into a highly successful affair. This year, Antigua Sailing Week attracted sailors from 23 different countries with 30% racing Bareboat Charters and many more sailors paying to play through skippered race charter boats. Roughly half of the entrants were charter ANTIGUA SAILING WEEK 2014 BY LOUAY HABIB OUTSTANDING IN ANTIGUAGreat sailing in Antigua PHOTO: TIM WRIGHTPinel winner of Bareboat Overall

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 25guests and many more sailors were invited out by friends, also, a signi“cant number of yachts are now local boats crewed by people who live in the Caribbean. Piet Vroons Dutch Ker 46, Tonnerre de Breskens was this years star performer, winning the Lord Nelson Trophy, arguably the biggest prize in Caribbean sailing, scoring eight straight bullets against top opposition in CSA Zero. With bigger faster yachts in our class, the overall strategy was to try and hold on upwind and get a lead on corrected time.Ž commented Tonnerre s crew boss, Frank Gerber. We knew that the opposition would be faster off the breeze but because they were in a dog “ght and we were in clear air, it played to our advantage. The core of the team has been together for about “ve years now and boat handling has been exceptionally good, honed at several regattas in the Caribbean. He added, Our worst place in all of the Caribbean races has been a second and we have got to be satis“ed with a consistent performance.Ž The vibe at this years regatta was fantastic and the weather perfect. Warm trade wind sailing in Caribbean swell is normal for Antigua but the wind speed was in the 15-17 knot range most of the time, offering breeze enough to give thrilling fast action and plenty of wind shifts to make racing tactically challenging. The standard of racing across all classes was the best this journalist has seen this season in the Caribbean. Several classes were decided by seconds in the last race and the standard of boat handling was as good as any club class regatta, anywhere. Ashore, after every race day, a daily prize giving was well attended on the lawn of the Antigua Yacht Club. The big night out was before Lay Day, Shaggy is an international star and Antigua Sailing Week was punching well above their weight to host the concert. However, English Harbour Rum took the gamble on covering the cost and with over 3000 tickets sold; the Antiguan Rum Company got a great marketing opportunity for little cost. Lay Day on Pigeon Beach saw hundreds of sailors enjoying the day off. Whilst most of the competitors lazed away the day on the beach, the Nonsuch Bay RS Elite Challenge had eight teams vying for a weeks stay at the luxury resort. The quality of the teams was “rst class but it was World Match Racing Champion and Americas Cup winner Peter Piet Vroons dutch Ker 46, Tonnerre de Breskens was this years star performer, winning the lord nelson trophy, arguably the biggest prize in Caribbean sailing. PHOTO: TIM WRIGHT

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26 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014Holmburg who stole the show, with a magni“cent display to win the “nal. It was interesting to see that three of the four teams that made the “nal contained Caribbean sailors, Holmberg is himself from the Virgin Islands. Antigua & Barbuda have had sailing in their national curriculum for several years and over 200 youngsters have received free sailing lessons. Antiguan Shannon Falcone was part of the winning crew of Team Oracle USA and was instrumental in bringing the Americas Cup to Antigua for Sailing Week. Antigua is re-developing its sailing culture both through ex-pats that live here and through local youth initiatives like their Sailing Academy and Shannon Falcones Lift Project. All Caribbean regattas are different, so what sets Antigua Sailing Week apart from the rest? Well, it is extremely well organised both in terms of race management and shoreside entertainment. This has become possible through the Regatta Organising Committee, which was set up three years ago. Kathy Lammers and Alison Sly-Adams work tirelessly to make the event a great success on and off the water and this is a much better regatta because of their efforts. Probably the only thing missing from the revival is a large number of high pro“le yachts. Many of these yachts do visit the Caribbean, but they return to Europe or the USA before Antigua Racing Circuit Sailing Week takes place. Perhaps this is a change that cannot be altered but if the regatta was moved to earlier in the season, maybe more high pro“le yachts would take part. For full results and more, visit: www.sailingweek.com Louay Habib is a freelance yachting journalist. Louay writes for a variety of clients including the Volvo Ocean Race and the Royal Ocean Racing Club. Tonnerre de Breskens, winner of the Lord Nelson TrophyPHOTO: TIM WRIGHTShannon Falcone, the kids and the famous Americas CupTED MARTIN HTTP://PHOTOFANTASY.ZENFOLIO.COM

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28 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Racing Circuit For Alex Schaerer, owner of the 69ft IRC Racing yacht, Caol Ila R Les Voiles de St Barth was an exhilarating experience, winning all but one race in the maxi class and “nishing as the overall top boat in the “fth anniversary edition of this locally-organized event. Principal event sponsor, watchmaker Richard Mille, presented Schaerer with a Richard Mille RM028 special edition Les Voiles de St. Barth timepiece, one of a numbered and limited edition of 100 pieces. Event organizer Franois Tolde said, This has been another great edition, another success. I am really pleased with the level of competition and camaraderie among all competitors and partners. The professionalism both on the water and onshore has been amazing. Thanks to all our teams, Les Voiles de St Barth is now running smoothly, while still maintaining welcoming scale for all to enjoy.Ž With 68 boats, Les Voiles had its largest ”eet yet. Another maxi yacht, Bella Mente ran into problems with the high winds over the weekend snapping her carbon “ber mast on Friday, taking the boat out of the competition. And Sint Maarten-based sailor Frits Bus also lost his mast, in a repeat of the same problem as last year, robbing his Island Water World sponsored Melges 24 of a podium place. The prize giving was held dockside in the Les Voiles de LES VOILES DE ST BARTH 2014 CAOL ILA R WINS THE MAXI CLASS STORY BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROSEMOND GRAUX St. Barth race village, on the Quai General de Gaulle in Gustavia Harbor. Race organizers presented the top three “nishers in each class with trophies, champagne and other prizes. Competitors and guests were treated to a spectacular “reworks display over Gustavia Harbor, accompanied by the live music of Joyful Noise. For full results and more, visit: lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com The sixth edition of Les Voiles de St Barth will take place April 13th to 18th 2015. MAXI: Caol Ila R (Alex Schaerer) SPINNAKER: Near Miss (Frank Noel) SPINNAKER 1: Stark Raving Mad IV (Jim Madden) SPINNAKER 2: Af“nity (Jack Desmond) SPINNAKER 3: Ramanessin (Eamonn Rohan) SPINNAKER 4: Pocket Rocket (David Cullen) NON-SPINNAKER: LEsperance (Sir Bobby Velasquez) RACING MULTI-HULL: SeaCart 26 Team All Stars (Carl Hennix) MELGES 24: Lefort Clim (Thierry Lefort)VOILES DE ST. BARTH 2014 WINNERS Near Miss … winner of Spinnaker Class

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30 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Fishing First time entry into the Wahoo Madness tournament, held April 18th … 19th as part of the BVIs Spanish Town Fishermans Jamboree, proved a charm for the anglers and crew aboard the 65ft Hatteras, Living the Dream The St. Croix, USVI-based team, with several visitors from Atlanta aboard, won four awards including the Heaviest Overall Wahoo Catch at 134lb. Whats more, Living the Dream s John Prather earned two awards: Top Angler and Heaviest Wahoo (42lb). The BVIs 12-year-old Traeisha Emanuel merited another big award, Best Female Angler, by reeling in 75lb worth of wahoo, mahi and tuna. Living the Dream s owner/anger David Johnson tells how the “shing unfolded for his team. We were excited to “sh BVI waters after going up last November for a wahoo tourney in Anegada. The “rst day started off slow with a few barracuda and a small mahi that we released as we worked the South Drop and around to the east and north toward Anegada. At 1:15pm, we got up around the northeast corner of Anegada and got our “rst nice wahoo. It was a 41-pounder caught by angler Jay Anthony and was ultimately the second largest wahoo. Sara Lovarco caught a 22lb wahoo a half hour later. We lost a nice size wahoo SPANISH TOWN FISHERMANS JAMBOREE WAHOO MADNESS TOURNAMENTLIVING THE DREAM TOP BOAT BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER The Living the Dream teamPHOTOS COURTESY OF DAVID JOHNSON

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 31and then “nished the day with an 18lb mahi caught by Rich Stine. At the end of day one, we were the Jamboree leader with the largest wahoo and most wahoo by weight.Ž Day two started off with a bang! Living the Dream s Prather celebrated his 40th birthday by landing the winning 42-pounder at 7:30am. It was my “rst time in Virgin Gorda and my “rst time in a tournament, however, Ive grown up “shing lakes, rivers, and at sea,Ž says Prather. The wahoo took the lure strong, and I hooked him on the “rst of two hooks closest to the head of the lure, in the gills. It was very dif“cult to reel in due to where the “sh was hooked. It felt like I was dragging a “ve gallon bucket of cement into the boat.Ž Living the Dream “nished up the day with Lovarco catching another small wahoo at 1:30pm and angler Beth Basinski reeling in a 21lb wahoo an hour later. Meanwhile, Emanuel caught her award-winning 34lb of wahoo, 21lb of mahi-mahi and 20lb of tuna while “shing with her father Capt. Jerome Jerry Emanuel aboard his boat, Bad Dog I was so happy to get my “sh and so excited to get the awards,Ž says Emanuel, a 6th grader at the Bregado Flax Educational Centre on Virgin Gorda. I go out “shing with my father a lot. Its fun!Ž In other awards, St. Thomas Indigo earned Honorable Mention for an Overall Wahoo Catch of 76lb and the BVIs Beluga scored the prize for heaviest catch other than wahoo with 58lb. Eleven-year-old Lakeisha Barry was named Youngest Angler with the catch of a 20lb wahoo. The 11 boats and 66 anglers collectively caught 367lb of wahoo and 853lb of game“sh overall. The tournament has fostered great friendships,Ž says tournament coordinator Angella Flax. Over the last 18 years the event has grown to attract boats and “shing enthusiasts from Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Barths, St. Martin, St. Thomas and now St. Croix and the U.S. mainland.Ž First started by the Flax family in 1997, the aim of the Spanish Town Fishermans Jamboree remains to expose visitors and locals alike to the fantastic sports “shing in the BVI. The Jamboree bene“ts the Virgin Gorda Fishermens Cooperative Youth Summer Program, which targets youth from “ve to 16-years-old and teaches them about the sea-based environment through swimming and “shing lessons. Living the Dream s Johnson donated the teams US $5000 in winnings to the tournaments summer camp bene“ciary. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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32 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Fishing VIRGIN ISLANDS GAME FISHING CLUBS DOLPHIN DERBYThe catch of a 35.3lb dolphin (mahi-mahi) earned St. Croix angler, Beth Basinski, Top Angler and a $1,000 cash prize at the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Clubs (VIGFC) Dolphin Derby, sponsored by Budget Car & Truck Rental, and “shed May 4th. Fishing aboard the 65ft Hatteras, Living the Dream Basinski caught her winning “sh off the south coast of St. Thomas approximately 15 miles northeast of Christiansted, St. Croix. We were working our way north across the South Drop when we saw a lone frigate bird,Ž says Basinski. We kept following it and circling around. Even though we couldnt see any “sh, we knew the bird saw something there.Ž Basinskis dolphin came up as a double-header along with a 26.4-pounder hooked at the same time as fellow Living the Dream angler Ryan Senff. Senff brought his “sh to the boat “rst followed by Basinski boating her whopper after about a 15 to 20 minute “ght. Senffs “sh earned him the third largest dolphin prize. Basinskis “rst place “sh was about 20lb shy of the over 55lb criteria to win the tournaments ultimate prize … $25,000 in cash. The second largest dolphin, a 30.3-pounder, was caught by St. Thomas teenager Colette Cogan “shing aboard the 31ft Bertram, Hookie II We had a great day,Ž says Cogan. We saw birds and then my Dad and I hooked up at the same time. He reeled in his fast. It took me about 20 minutes. I saw it jump a couple of times during the “ght, so I knew it was a good size “sh.Ž In fourth place, Mark Blackburn boated a 26.3lb dolphin aboard the Backlash Danno Gerritsen on Marlin Etc. caught the “fth largest at 25.4lb; Tamika Turbe reeled in the sixth largest, a 25.0-pounder from Emanuel ; Jared Buckstein on Backlash brought in a 24.4 pounder for the seventh largest; Gilbert Laban caught the eighth largest at 24lb pounds off Emanuel ; Fred Kopko the ninth largest, at 23.5lb aboard Marlin Etc. ; and Jeremy Austin rounded out the top ten largest dolphin with his 21.6-pounder off Keepin It Reel Cash prizes were awarded to anglers catching the ten largest dolphin. The Best Boat award went to St. Thomas Emanuel a 34ft Calypso, with 12 dolphin collectively weighing 238.3lb. We were out “shing two days before the tournament and scouting where the “sh were at the same time. It paid off,Ž explains Emanuel s Capt. Alvin Turbe. We ended up burning a lot of gas, but we also found “sh all day long.Ž A ”eet of 16 boats and 68 anglers competed in this years event. Four boats donated “sh to the host Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club, where this was the featured entre at the Awards Dinner held May 5th. The tournament was sponsored by Budget Car and Truck Rental and Glazers Premier Distributors, LLC. The VIGFCs next event is the July Open Kids Tournament on July 6th followed by the 51st Annual July Open Bill“sh Tournament July 9 to 11. For more information, visit: www.vigfc.com Report submitted by Carol M. Bareuther Best Boat, Emanuel (from left): Gerald Greaux, Jr., Tamika Turbe; Capt. Alvin Turbe; Kevin Lambert from Budget Car & Truck Rental; Gilbert Laban; John Clarke, and tournament co-director Dr. Craig FriedenbergPHOTO: DEAN BARNES

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34 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Diving DIVING BELIZEBY JOE ZENTNER Belize was considered by many divers to be a Western Hemisphere water paradise decades before it became the oh-so-trendy destination it is today. Exceptional diving is plentiful from end-to-end of the 190-mile-long (300km) Belize Barrier Reef, which extends from the northern tip of Ambergris Caye to the Sapodillo Cayes in Belizes southernmost region. Belize is located on the Yucatan Peninsula approximately 250 miles south of Cancun. It borders Mexico to the north, the Caribbean to the east and Guatemala on the west and south. The country offers all ranges of diving from shore diving,

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 35 in shallow water, to the plummeting depths of the famous Blue Hole. Barrier reefs found here offer superb diving for beginners, including Hol Chan Marine Park, located a few miles south of Ambergris Caye. One can divide Belize into three distinctive dive locations, each with its own personality and types of diving. They are (1) three outer atolls: Lighthouse Reef, Turneffe Island, and Glovers Reef; (2) Ambergris Caye and the Northern Barrier Reef; and (3) The Southern Barrier Reef and Plancencia. Divers can mix and match each of these destinations on a single trip.What to SeeReefs, mostly mounds of colorful underwater limestone, are believed by many divers to be the most beautiful habitats found in the sea. Belize is home to the second largest barrier reef in the world. This spectacular sight, stretching from north to south, runs nearly parallel to the coast. Over 400 species of “sh, at least 70 types of coral and a variety of sponges are found in waters that surround Belizes Barrier Reef. The largest marine reserve in the country, the South Water Caye Marine Reserve stretches from Hopkins to the Sittee River and attracts increasing numbers of divers each year. A nearby underwater cave named Hell Hole awaits exploration; it has a mouth that in places is 15ft wide. Belize is a wall divers paradise. Sheer walls carrying such names as Painted Wall, Half Moon Caye and Quebrada are

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36 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Diving adorned with orange elephant ear sponges. Moray eels, spiny lobsters and arrow crabs hide in every crack, crevice, cave and tunnel of these coral wall formations. Just offshore from the village of San Pedro, Hal Chan Marine Reserve is an underwater park situated at a deep cut in the barrier reef. Here divers can spot a variety of corals and throngs of grouper, snapper and barracuda. At Shark Ray Alley, people can snorkel with nurse sharks and stingrays. The Blue Hole, a collapsed freshwater cave system, is 1000ft across and 400ft deep. Jacques Yves Cousteau, declaring it in 1985 one of the top ten dive sites in the world, made the Blue Hole famous. One can, on a Blue Hole dive, see beautiful vertical stalactite formations. Only persons with considerable diving experience should attempt exploring the Blue Hole. Trips to the Blue Hole operate from San Pedro on Ambergris Caye, as well as from Caye Caulker and Turneffe. All trips involve a two-hour boat ride each way. Belize has an annual mean temperature of 79 degrees F. The humidity, while at times high, is tempered by sea breezes. Saltwater temperatures vary between 79 and 84 degrees. A visit to Belize is sure to be a memorable experience. It certainly was for me. Joe Zentner is a retired professor and a freelance writer/photographer. A regular visitor to the Caribbean, he has published articles in both scholarly journals and popular magazines. Zentner presently makes his home in North Carolina. Whether you dive from a mainland base, island hotel, or a live-aboard boat, Belize scuba operators have their own particular dive locations to share, in or near the Belize Barrier Reef. Dive shops exist most everywhere there is access to the reef. Belize is home to three of the four coral atolls found in the Western Hemisphere, with Turneffe being the most biologically diverse. To dive here contact Turneffe Flats Diving Resort at 1-888-512-8812. The resort is located on the Eastern (seaward) side of the Turneffe Atoll on private land with coconut palms and a white sand beach, providing access to miles of superb diving. Avadon Divers (Anne-Marie and Phillip McNeil), Plancencia, Tel. (USA) 954-333-8628, offers diving with whale sharks. Over 25 species of “sh gather at Gladden Spit to spawn during full moon periods in the springtime. It is the spawn of the Cubera snapper that whale sharks mainly come here to feast on. For more information, email the McNeils at: info@ avadondiversbelize.com On Long Caye, Glovers Reef Atoll, Jim and Kendra Scho“eld operate Off the Wall Dive Center & Resort, P.O. Box 195, Dangriga, Belize. Email: offthewallbelize@gmail.com. The Center features 100ft of visibility.WHERE TO DIVE

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38 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Cruising The actual name of the new haul-out facility in the spectacular Bocas del Toro archipelago is: Bocas Yacht Services, but I contend that it should be called: Saint Courtneys Boatyard. Thats because the owner Courtney Parks has shown more patience and endurance than your average medieval holy man. When I “rst sailed into BDT in April of 2006 the scuttlebutt on the docks was that the new yard would be opening any month now.Ž That soon became any year now.Ž And eventually it morphed into any decade now.Ž But brothers and sisters, I am here to tell you that the Demons of Delay have been rent asunder and the power of perseverance has won the day. Or to state that more simply ƒ The boatyard is open! And a very nice facility it is … with lovely panoramic views and friendly staff. The travel-lift can handle 60-ton loads and vessels up to 20ft wide. If you are of the do-it-yourself persuasion, you will be welcomed. Or if you wish for the onsite pros to do the heavy lifting, they are available at $10 an hour for general labor. Specialized tasks such as welding, electrical or mechanical will cost you a little more. The bathroom/shower room is spotless and most of the staff is bi-lingual. All the major Latin American bottom paints are available including Trinidad, Sea Hawk and Sig-SAINT COURTNEYS BOATYARD STORY AND PHOTOS BY RAY JASON Saint Courtney

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 39 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 ma. The on-site chandlery stocks all of the normal boatyard items. The yard is completely fenced in and secure. The “rst customers to use the facility have given it rave reviews. There is an easy-to-navigate website to check out the details, contact the staff and make reservations (see below). Since most of you reading this article are approximately 600 miles upwind of where I am writing it, I should tell you that those of us here think of this little hideaway as The Undiscovered Caribbean. It is an easy downwind sail from the Windward/Leeward Islands and we invite you to come over and explore our neighborhood. If you wish to dawdle along the way, pleasant ports of call such as the ABC Islands, Colombia, and San Blas Islands are available along the way. Once you arrive there are nine relatively high islands and hundreds of little mangrove islands for you to explore and, as I write, there are probably 50 prime anchorages without a single boat in them. Last time I was in the Eastern Caribbean that was not the norm. If you are of the marina temperament, there are three handsome ones to choose from with my favorite, Bocas Marina, offering First World amenities at below First World prices. The main town is a poster child for un-gentri“ed but cool. It is full of surfers, backpackers and sailors with nary a Kardashian in sight. There are plenty of grocery stores and hardware stores and lots of great little restaurants and bars. It is friendly and safe, and our neighborhood watch committee does not allow hurricanes. Other charming aspects to Bocas del Toro include excellent beaches, nice young reefs and jungles full of toucans, sloths and poisonous tiny frogs. Fortunately they are toxic only if you lick them … and I gave that up for Lent. The vistas are exquisite … with high mountains and volcanoes in the background and miniature waves at your feet. Thats because this is essentially a protected, inland sea. Writing this report it dawns on me that there probably is no patron saint for travel-lifts so Ill “nish it here. I gotta go call the Vatican. For more information about Saint Courtneys Boatyard, aka Bocas Yacht Services, visit: www.bocasyachtservices.com Ray Jason is the author of the humorous, offbeat sailing book Tales of a Sea Gypsy Hes still out there happily wandering the wide waters in his lovely 30-footer. It is an easy downwind sail from the Windward/ Leeward Islands and we invite you to come over and explore our neighborhood.

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40 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014In a recent edition of All At Sea we discussed Emergency Positioning Beacons (EPIRBs) and Personal Location Beacons (PLBs) but there is also another option of emergency communication known as satellite messengers. In a life-threatening situation, having a way of contacting emergency services at the touch of a button is a reassuring thought. Many of us venture out of cellular range and we should have a means of hailing help other than the smartphone in our pocket. EPIRBs and PLBs are no longer the only option as certain satellite messengers can also get help when out of cellular range. This particular breed of communication device adds capabilities that make them not only valuable in an emergency situation but also offer a non-emergency communication capability. Two companies products are at the forefront of this technology, each with its own unique offerings. Each has devices that have the capability of communicating distress signals as well as having 100% satellite messaging technology via orbiting satellite systems. These are the Spot line of products from Globalstar and DeLormes inReach line of products. Globalstars name is synonymous with satellite communications and is recognized for its affordable, compact satellite phones and airtime packages, all running on their own network of satellites. Their new Spot Global Phone has emerSeamanship & Voyaging SATELLITE MESSENGERSBY GLENN HAYES PHOTO: GLENN HAYES

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 41gency hailing capability as well as text messaging. Simply by dialing 911 from your phone you are automatically routed to a GEOS International Emergency Response Center where the appropriate respondents are contacted to initiate a rescue wherever you are in the world. The company also offers a line of inexpensive one-way satellite messengers that have the capability of sending a mayday signal via satellite and through a private network to hail search and rescue … all with the push of a button. These one-way communicators are also capable of sending tracking information as well as short text messages to pre-determined recipients. One of their most popular units is the Spot Gen 3. With improved battery life running on AAA lithium batteries, or powered via USB, this small distinctive black and orange waterproof device “ts in the palm of your hand. All its buttons are on the front panel and the emergency hailing button is tucked behind an easily opened protective ”ap. There are built-in loops on either end that allow for attachment and these units even come with a strap and carabineer clip. The buttons have diagrams indicating what each is for. Lifting the ”ap with the SOS on it exposes a red button. By pressing and holding this button a green light will appear, indicating that the signal has been sent to the EGOS International Emergency Response Center, via satellite, where they dispatch help. If you were to press the button by mistake then you can hold the button down for a few seconds until a red light appears indicating the signal has been turned off. This is all very important but the other buttons are what makes this unit particularly interesting. There is a button with a checkmark and OK on it. Pressing this button until a green light appears above the button means you can notify a predetermined list of recipients of your location and that you are ok. They will receive a text message or email (depending on how you set it up) with a link to Google Earth with GPS coordinates indicating your location. There is also a tracking button (the one with a boot print on it). By pressing this button you can initiate automatic tracking via your own Spot share page online. Tracking rates can be as short as every 2.5 seconds to every hour and are also determined by your subscription program. The Gen 3 is a smart unit that can sense when it is not moving and will not transmit new tracking information until it senses motion again. Another button has a dialog bubble on it. Pressing this will send a custom, predetermined message along with your GPS location to select individuals. The last button (with two hands reaching for each other) is an assist button. Pressing this can send a message to predetermined recipients that you need non-emergency help. Another of Globalstars offerings is their Spot Connect. This unit has the capability of the Gen 3 but kicks it up a notch. It can allow for custom one-way outgoing texting via Bluetooth through your smart phone loaded with their app. Now you can use your phone to send either predetermined or custom text messages on any of the features mentioned above. You can even activate the SOS button and send along a text message to rescuers. Should your phone battery die, the Spot Connect can function via its All its buttons are on the front panel and the emergency hailing button is tucked behind an easily opened protective ”ap.

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42 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014sengers in that they allow for full two-way messaging via the Inmarsat satellite network. The messages allow for 160 characters and the number of messages permitted depends on the subscription plan you choose. If you go over your allotted number of messages you will be billed 50 cents per message. SOS messages are unlimited no matter what plan you select. Kim Stiver of DeLorme explained that there is now a new program offered by her company where you can activate and deactivate the inReach on a monthly basis rather than having to pay for the year. Those plans start at $14.95 per month. All functions are visible through the clear display, and intuitively placed buttons make operation simple and ”uid. When paired via Bluetooth to a mobile device you can have access to DeLormes famous mapping and utilize features such as route planning through the device. It has an internal battery with a life of up to 1000 full cycles and can be charged easily via a supplied USB cord or one of their optional powered RAM mounts. Should you need the battery to be replaced Delorme can do so for a nominal fee. No matter which device you select it is important that you have some way of communicating while in remote areas. The number of lives saved by EPIRBs, PLBs and devices such as these proves that they work. Isnt your life worth the minimal cost of one of these devices? Glenn Hayes is a freelance photographer and writer living in West Central Florida. His work covers marine, commercial, editorial and “ne art work. Visit: www.HayesStudios.com Seamanship & Voyaging own AAA lithium batteries. Predetermined messages set up online can consist of up to 140 characters, and typeand-send messages can be up to 41 characters. The Connect even allows the capability of posting to Facebook and Twitter for those of you so inclined. Globalstar offers all this capability through the purchase of their Spot products along with the purchase of one of several subscriptions. Subscriptions start at just under $100 and additional options such as their Spot Assist for predetermined roadside or marine towing assistance services are available for added fees. A visit to www.FindMeSpot.com can explain their subscription offers. DeLorme recently announced their third generation of satellite communicator. The DeLorme inReach Explorer improves on the already capable inReach SE. The Explorer “ts comfortably in the hand and is smaller than most compact VHFs. As in the SE model it features a built-in LCD display and a helix style antenna. Utilizing the Iridium satellite system this feature-packed unit allows true two-way text communication and one button SOS capability anywhere in the world with no black-out areas. These units also feature automatic tracking options and, like the SE, the new Explorer also has built-in GPS capability. What is different is that it will also allow use of the GPS functions just like a stand-alone GPS unit. Other unique bene“ts include delivery conformation of emergency transmissions and the ability of predetermined individuals to ping your location. The brand new Explorer also offers a barometric altimeter, an accelerometer and digital compass. The inReach SE and now the Explorer are unique mesPHOTO COURTESY OF GLOBALSTAR

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44 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Our Natural World Dolphin“sh, also called mahi-mahi and dorado, are one of the most important offshore recreational species in the Caribbean and Atlantic. In Puerto Rico, this “sh is the most landed in terms of weight of any other species of its kind. This means that dolphin“sh are not only a major protein source but sustain a burgeoning sport “shing industry that provides essential income to the island through both indirect and direct costs. It is likely that the same is true for many Caribbean island nations and countries too. Its no wonder then that Wessley Merten, Ph.D., student in the department of marine sciences at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagez has focused his doctoral research on the dolphin“sh. Merten has long been fascinated with this “sh species. Hes shared much of his original research over the years in a number of internationally respected peer-reviewed journals. Topics covered in these articles have ranged from population studies and daily diving behavior to migration. Yet not everyone is going to seek out this information on the internet, subscribe to the journals or get a complete DOLPHINFISH COMETO THE SCREENIN AJOURNEYPELAGIC BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER understanding because of the technical scienti“c terminology. Therefore, Merten decided to add a little Hollywood. His short documentary: A Journey Pelagic, premiered as an of“cial selection at the 2014 Rincon International Film Festival in April. I refer to this project as my “lm dissertation, or the visually entertaining and scienti“cally accurate counterpart of my Ph.D. dissertation,Ž Merten explains. I take my dissertation results and portray them in animations and through Dolphin with tag On the hook

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 45 T: (340) 776-2078 genekralusvi@yahoo.com | www.subbasedrydock.com P.O. Box 4429 Parcel 162, Subbase | St. Thomas, USVI 00803 100 Ton Crane 400 Ton Drydock | 1000 Ton Floating Drydock Complete Marine Repairs | Machine Shop | Welding FEATURING NEW 1000 TON FLOATING DRYDOCK interviews. Some of the messages delivered, for example, are that the dolphin“sh around Puerto Rico are actually a single genetic population that occurs as different seasonal runs between the north and south coast. In addition, migration data suggests a westerly trend towards Hispaniola and points further to the west such as the Turks and Caicos, Bahamas, and United States.Ž Dolphin“sh are annually landed in 35 exclusive economic zones in the western central Atlantic. This means its necessary to build a thorough understanding of their migration in order to manage and conserve the species multi-jurisdictionally and internationally. In the future, and to allow a more thorough description of migration, Merten hopes the conventional mark and release program can expand to the southern Caribbean Sea. Research presented in Mertens “lm was “rst collected in 2002 when the “rst dolphin“sh was tagged and released off Charleston, South Carolina. Since then, the Cooperative Science Services LLC., Dolphin“sh Research Program formed by “shery biologist Donald Hammond, has recruited hundreds of sport “shermen who have released thousands of dolphin“sh and subsequently reported recaptures when and where they have occurred. To this extensive database, Merten undertook 61 “shing trips around Puerto Rico and interviewed renowned marine scientists and local “shermen in order to produce the images. He ultimately put together this “lm for the public to see, learn from and enjoy. Without the assistance of the sport “shing community this research and the production of this “lm would have never come to fruition,Ž Merten says. Aside from using conventional mark and release techniques, some sport “shermen volunteered their time and vessels to assist Dolphin“sh Research Program “eld biologists to deploy pop-up satellite archival transmitters to investigate the diving behaviors of these pelagic predators. Since 2004, 15 satellite tags with a price of $4,000 each have been deployed on these “sh adding to our knowledge of their vertical movements.Ž Caribbean sports “shermen interested in this research can assist by visiting www.dolphintagging.com to sign up for a free tagging kit to tag and release small healthy dolphin“sh. Fishermen that release 20 small dolphin“sh can qualify to win rod and reel out“ts, Costa Del Mar prize packs, and more. View a trailer for A Journey Pelagic at: vimeo. com/88274999 Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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46 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 TRENDS IN POWER CATAMARAN DESIGN & FUEL EFFICIENCY Charter operators, sports “shermen and ferry owners prioritize function and bottom line when choosing a power catamaran. When “nding out whats new in this arena, theres no one better to ask than the team at Gold Coast Yachts in St. Croix, USVI. Over the last 25 years, the company has custom built over 100 sailing vessels and power catamarans. Roger Hat“eld, born into a sailing family and an early convert to multihulls and now power cats, leads the design team. All At Sea spoke with Hat“eld about trends in power cat design and build and how design features are making for greater fuel ef“ciency.AAS: Why have power catamarans become so popular?GCY: Power catamarans have several advantages over standard power boats. Fuel ef“ciency is one component. BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOS COURTESY OF GOLD COAST YACHTS Standard power boats, especially in the Caribbean, usually cannot operate at a full planing speed where that might approach the ef“ciency of a power cat especially at speed above 30 knots. Below this speed, and when it is rough, the power cat simply slices through the waves with greater comfort for its passengers and at up to half the total fuel consumption.AAS: What are evolutions in hull design for power cats?GCY: Most monohull power boat designers who switched to multihulls retained the hard chines. The hard chine slender cat works on the same theories as the monohull. However, little extra lift is provided by this slender shape plus penalties accrue. For example, the minimum surface area created by a round bottom cannot approach that of Artists impression of the proposed power trimaran

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 47 a V-shape. A V-shape with the same area as a semi-circular hull would have at least 10% more perimeter and thus more drag. I think the popularity of the hard chine cat will linger on for a while as choice of building materials frequently affects hulls shape. Aluminum and plywood are popular plate materials that are dif“cult to bend and, when used, slightly compromise any ef“ciency that might be gained when using a pure round hull shape. AAS: How do you build maximum ef“ciency in your power cat designs?GCY: By making choices such as in the slenderness ratio and the prismatic coef“cient. The slenderness ratio is the ratio of the waterline length to the beam. Any ratio below 10:1 will start dragging that nasty transverse wave, which are those that follow along behind you perpendicularly to your travel direction, and they also make a slightly larger divergent wave, which are those that get plowed out from either side by fatter-hulled boats. Hulls with near 10:1 will have less wetted surface than very slender hulls and are an okay choice if the intention is to go at a low to medium speed. Hulls exceeding 16 or 17:1 will be excellent at the upper end of medium speeds. These vessels are slimmer and can cut through the waves more easily for a softer ride but can be susceptible to dropping further into waves and need to have high under wing clearance. This has been our “rst choice in craft for the Caribbean conditions. AAS: How does the stern shape of a power cat affect its ef“ciency?GCY: Sterns have been our largest evolution in the last twenty years. These slender craft do not plane, therefore they need a stern that closes the water behind them rather than pulling it along with them. There are two choices. The Malcolm Tennant-style stern uses a vertical transom like a Caribe Spirit (81ft) in action

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48 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Trends in Power Catamaran Design & Fuel Ef“ciency canoe from which the propeller shaft exits at the bottom corner. It has a ”at extension that hangs out beyond this and holds the rudder and helps reduce pitching. The Lock Crowther shape shows the hull having a reverse rocker such that the propeller can be placed up higher and the stern still allows some pitch dampening. They both have their special attributes. AAS: Could you offer an example of ef“ciency using the concepts youve spoken of above?GCY: My favorite example is the 83ft power cat we built in May of 1999. She has done well over a half million miles serving the Key West … Dry Tortugas … Fort Jefferson route. She averaged 21.2 knots on her maiden voyage to Florida and used exactly a gallon of diesel per mile carrying a 2/3 passenger load of fuel for the delivery. Thats pretty green! She is a wave-piercer, which is a normal power cat that got stretched out a little further to be more slender. Wavepiercers are our “rst choice for fuel ef“cient comfort with good speed in the rough conditions of the Caribbean. AAS: What do you foresee in the future of power cat design?GCY: I doubt there will be large design evolutions unless it is with foils. Foils will always come with problems as do all appendages. Clearly the use of carbon “ber will grow, reducing the weight of the craft. Many of our power cats have left with major components having been built with carbon “ber. The cost of the materials can be compared directly to the fuel saved over time usually with good payback. One of the next catamarans we are going to build will be all carbon “ber.AAS: What else is on the horizon for you?GCY: We have been approached to develop a maximally comfortable and fuel ef“cient boat to compete with our own catamarans. We have spent considerable time creating a 70ft wave-piercing power trimaran to compete with our 60ft wave piercing catamarans. We are con“dent that the vessel will use at least 30% less fuel than our cats and be slightly more comfortable due to its extra length. It is intended for the toughest inter island passages. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Example of Hull Widths

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 51 Puerto Rico It was far from a paddle in the park. Yet Mike Simpsons 278-mile circumnavigation of Puerto Rico by stand-up paddleboard (SUP) achieved not only an incredible feat but also endeared the SUP expedition pioneer and BIC Ambassador to the island and its inhabitants. Simpson started life on the water. He grew up sur“ng off his native Rhode Island. He later moved to Colorado and took up whitewater kayaking. In 2007, he travelled to Ha-SIMPSON & VELEZ SUCCESSFULLY CIRCUMNAVIGATE PUERTO RICO VIA SUP BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER waii, tried the then-new sport of SUP and has never looked back. In 2011, Simpson paddled an epic 2002 miles from Key West, Florida, to Portland, Maine. I fell in love with Puerto Rico while sur“ng there in 2012,Ž he explains. It was then that I got the idea to paddle around the island.Ž Simpson prepared by having BIC build him a customized board. First, the deck was concave-shaped so that Mike SimpsonPHOTO COURTESY OF CASI RYNKOWSKI

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52 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Puerto Rico the top of his gear bag would sit ”ush with the waterline. This prevented a wave from knocking the bag over and the board with it. Secondly, the board was constructed thick enough to carry the 200lb Simpson, his 65lb bag (packed with dehydrated foods, safety equipment, a hammock and other supplies for beach camping at night) and a daily average of “ve-gallons or 40lb of drinking water. Third, the board had a 29-inch beam, four-inches wider than a typical SUP race board, for added stability. Fourth and “nally, the narrow tail on the 17-foot long board made it easier to ride big swells. This last feature proved a key point. Instead of ”at calm on the islands southern shore as his Puerto Rican friends predicted, Simpson experienced a wild ride in all but 20-miles of his 13-day trip spanning late February to early March. The original plan was to start from San Juan and paddle clockwise or to keep making rights until we were back where we started,Ž Simpson says. It took us two days to cover the “rst 19 miles to Loiza. The winds blew from the northeast at 25 to 30 knots, the seas were eight-feet plus and all the reefs were lit up with huge breaking waves.Ž Two days later the weather was no better. Simpson moved to Plan B accompanied by Puerto Rican SUP star The expedition gets underwayPHOTO COURTESY OF CASI RYNKOWSKIChecking the equipment after a long day at seaPHOTO COURTESY OF CASI RYNKOWSKI

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54 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Puerto Rico Meldrick Velez, who asked to paddle along for one or two days and ultimately completed the entire circumnavigation. The two drove to Fajardo and started again. The contrasts in the landscape as we paddled down the east coast, along the south and to the west were amazing,Ž Simpson says. There were lush green hillsides, towering mountains that reminded me of Hawaii, and desert like conditions with huge cliffs as we got to Cabo Rojo to the west.Ž Simpson admits there was never a time he wanted to call it quits. However, he says he did question his decision when breaking waves in the south meant staying at least twomiles offshore and while out there he saw no other boats at all … recreational or commercial. This was also the stretch he ran into his most potentially serious incident. Simpson fell off his board in huge seas off Salinas, his leash wrapped around the board and trapped him underneath until he unleashed. The next day, on the way to Guanica, he purposely didnt leash up so as not to experience the same problem. Instead, a breaking wave tripped him off the board and he had to swim a mile through a reef and into a lagoon before he could recover it. Finally, after successfully paddling Puerto Ricos west coast and northwest shore, Simpson and Velez went back to complete the stretch from Loiza to Fajardo. It was a beautiful Sunday morning with glassy seas,Ž Simpson says. We spent the morning exploring the reefs as we “nished up our trip. When we got to the beach, Meldricks family was waiting. They took me in, they made me part of the family and were now friends for life. Everyone focuses on San Juan, but there is so much more to Puerto Rico, so much more to explore!Ž Simpson plans next year to paddle across the over 3,000-square-mile Lake Nicaragua to spotlight the loss of ”ora and fauna from the proposed construction of the Nicaragua Canal to connect the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic. He is an ardent environmentalist and feels that seagoing people should be stewards of this resource. In the future, his goal is an SUP trip from Venezuela or Trinidad & Tobago north to Puerto Rico. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Simpson fell off his board in huge seas off Salinas, his leash wrapped around the board and trapped him underneath until he unleashed. Subscribe toALL AT SEAU.S. Subscriber, 12 issues $29.95 Canada Subscriber, 12 issues $39.95 Non-U.S./Canada Subscriber, 12 issues $64.95 Read what you love... all the time, any time! Quantum Sails and Shadows Awnings have moved near Frenchtown.Please call (340) 777-LOFT (5638)www.sails.vi

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56 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Puerto Rico to tuna and blue marlin offshore … on a 20ft power catamaran using very light tackle. Being voted in by customers who have “shed with you means that you are doing a good job and that is very rewarding.Ž Born and raised in San Juan, Torruella started “shing as a young boy with his grandfather in Little River, North Carolina. The two would catch largemouth bass, perch and cat“sh. Torruella caught his “rst bill“sh, a white marlin, off Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic in June 1983, at the age of 13. That catch ignited the “re inside me,Ž Torruella explains. I worked that summer as a mate with my uncle, Capt. Jorge Torruella, aboard the Gin Pole out of Club NauSPORTS FISHING PROFILE: CAPT. JUAN CARLOS TORRUELLA BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Its not every day youre recognized for your expertise and a job well done. Yet that day came for Puerto Ricos Juan Carlos Torruella when he was named one of the 50 Top Charter Captains by Salt Water Sportsman magazine. Torruella is the only Caribbean captain on a list that includes sports “shing professionals in “ve countries and international greats such as Capt. Bubba Carter, Capt. Alan Card and Capt. Ron Hamlin. It is a very humbling award,Ž says Torruella, who started his San Juan-based Extreme Fishing Puerto Rico in 2011. The name was chosen because Torruella pursues big “sh … everything from monster tarpon in the backcountry lagoons Capt. Juan and JC Jr. after Jr. won the 18th CYC Tarpon Tournament

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 57 tico de San Juan. I learned how to rig baits, hook “sh, wire and gaff game“sh. In September of that same year, I caught my “rst blue marlin in the waters off San Juan, aboard my fathers 45ft Chris Craft, Sharon .Ž Torruella spent the 1980s and early 1990s captaining the Sharon in marlin tournaments in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands and Dominican Republic. In 1996, he launched his sport “shing career. He purchased an 18ft Hewes ”ats skiff which he named Tight Loop and specialized in light tackle charters. Success came immediately. In his “rst year, local angler Frankie Jaen caught a Puerto Rico all-tackle rod-and-reel record 158lb tarpon with Torruella at the helm. In December 2001, Torruella set the Puerto Rican record for most tarpon caught in one day with 56 tarpon releases by two anglers. Since this time, as a professional captain, Torruella has guided customers and friends to six IGFA (International Game Fishing Association) World Record catches and over 40 Puerto Rican national records. As a recreational angler, Torruellas resume is equally impressive. Hes caught over 300 bill“sh, including 185 blue marlin. Even more remarkable, he caught a 350lb sword“sh on 50lb stand-up tackle! My favorite species are blue marlin and tarpon,Ž Torruella explains. Blue marlin because its awesome to watch them strike a bait or teaser. Bait and switch is de“nitely the way to go. The bites are just out of this world. Tarpon because of their wild jumps. Catching tarpon on a long rod with ”ies is a lot harder but a lot more rewarding.Ž Torruella, like his father and grandfather before him, enjoys sharing the sport with the next generation, namely his son. My favorite and most rewarding tournament win was with my son when he won the 18th Annual Cangrejos Yacht Club Tarpon Tournament,Ž says Torruella, who has won nearly 30 marlin and tarpon tournaments, including the prestigious Club Nautico de San Juan International Bill“sh Tournament twice. My eight year old caught four tarpon to win the event in a “eld of 27 boats and 79 anglers.Ž Looking ahead, Torruella will continue charter, tournament and recreational sports “shing. One goal is to someday travel to the Paci“c in hopes of catching a black marlin and striped marlin to complete his personal Royal Slam (all nine bill“sh species). I enjoy being on the water,Ž he says. I feel like Im in my own world and disconnected from everything else! Professionally its very rewarding to watch your customers catch a nice “sh. The look in their eyes when they catch that “sh is priceless.Ž For more info, visit: extreme“shingpr.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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58 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 United States Virgin Islands The depth of seamanship talent in Coral Bay is renowned as liveaboards likely outnumber landlubbers. This easternmost settlement on the USVIs St. John is also home base for one of the most successful youth sail training programs in the Caribbean, KATS (Kids and The Sea), plus headquarters for several annual regattas. Each of these three stars perfectly aligned on the weekend of May 3rd … 4th 2014. Thats when a 16 boat ”eet of Coral Bays best was ultimately beaten by 15-yearold KATS program graduate, Paige Clarke, to win the 15th Annual Budget Marine Commodores Cup. Whats more Clarke earned the top prize while single-handedly skippering her 12ft Byte CII, the one-design dinghy shell sail this summer when representing the territory at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. It was a great experience to race with so many great sailors and being able to sail with boats two to three times CLARKE TOPS 15TH ANNUAL BUDGET MARINE COMMODORES CUP BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Paige Clarke, winner of the Commodores Cup seen here on her BytePHOTO: BARBARA HERVEY Ocean Potion PHRF Spinnaker champion PHOTO: BARBARA HERVEY

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 59the size of my Byte,Ž says Clarke. My favorite part of the regatta started on land with the support from the whole community and carried over to the water with cheers of encouragement from the passing boats.Ž Racing kicked-off on day one with winds blowing 15 to 20 knots. The ”eet set sail in four divisions: PHRF racing spinnaker, PHRF racing non-spinnaker, Pursuit under 35ft and Pursuit 35ft and over. Clarke raced in the Pursuit under 35ft division. The course was a whopping 22 miles long and this proved to be tough with the wind and swell,Ž Clarke explains.  Odeje which was skippered by Sara Oneill, took “rst place with me “nishing second. Luckily for me the wind dropped to 10 to 15 knots the second day. Plus, on the “rst day I wasnt totally sure where the “rst mark (Pelican Island) was, but on the second day I knew exactly where I needed to sail, which led to my “rst place in the division.Ž A signature feature of this regatta calls for each four divisional winners to participate in a race-off aboard Lasers to determine the overall Commodores Cup champion. This meant PHRF Spinnaker champ Mike Finley who raced IC24 Ocean Potion PHRF Non-Spinnaker leader Jim Bear Austen aboard his Pearson 29.5 Zephyr and Pursuit 35ft and over victor Tom Rowlinson sailing his S&S 41.5 Terra Nova all faced off against each other and Clarke. I de“nitely had an advantage because I am acclimated to sailing dinghies, which helped lead to my victory,Ž says Clarke. Clarke, a 10th grader at Antilles School on St. Thomas, “rst started sailing with the St. John KATS program at age nine. At “rst, she didnt look forward to sailing every Saturday. In fact, she says she dreaded it. She even tried to quit at one point, but didnt because she didnt want to disappoint her instructors. Her stick-to-itiveness won out and with the continued guidance of her KATS instructors she developed a real passion for sailing. This passion has shaped a career that has seen her successfully race Optimist dinghies in several countries around the world, an undertaking she is now repeating on the Byte CII. We are more than happy to participate in a regatta that helps support the youth sailing program on St. John and to participate with the kids that will be representing the Virgin Islands in junior and adult Olympics,Ž says Zephyr s Austen, a keen sailor with many regatta wins to his credit. The Budget Marine Commodores Cup was sponsored by Budget Marine, Glazers Premier Distributors, LLC and Skinny Legs Bar and Restaurant. The St. John KATS program was the sole bene“ciary. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian.

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60 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 British Virgin Islands Hearty competition and whole-hearted cooperation proved the big news at this years BVI Dinghy Championships. The regatta, which took place May 17th to 18th out of Tortolas Nanny Cay Marina, was the last of three events to decide the overall winner of the VI Triple Crown in the Optimist. The Championships also hosted four other classes … Lasers, Byte CII, 420 and IC24 … and it was in the Laser Class where keen acts of true sportsmanship won the day. Training and experience is what St. Thomas Teddy Nicolosi attributes as the secret to his success in winning the Optimist class at St. Croixs Cruzan Open Regatta in February, St. Thomas VIODA Optimist Championship in May and the BVI Dinghy Championships to take home the VI Triple Crown title. The most challenging factor was having to adjust to the different conditions at each event,Ž says Nicolosi, who was one of 33 sailors competing in the Optimist. The BVIs Rayne Duff “nished second overall in the Optimist class and “rst in the Blue Fleet (ages 11 and 12) at COMPETITION & COOPERATION AT BVI DINGHY CHAMPIONSHIPS BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER the BVI Dinghy Championships. BVI sailors didnt attend the Cruzan Open this year which put them out of the point score running for the Triple Crown title. I worked so hard on my starts at the South Americans (Optimist South American Championships in Punta del Este, Uruguay) in April that I felt like the starts this weekend were easy. Winning every start put me a long way towards winning races at this regatta,Ž says Duff. Antiguas Rocco Falcone rounded out the top three overall “nishers in the BVI event, followed by St. Thomas Mia Nicolosi, who earned Top Girl and “rst in the White Fleet (ages ten and under). This was my last regatta in White Fleet and Im happy to be going into Blue Fleet,Ž says Nicolosi. Being Top Girl is nice but I want to be top sailor. I practice four days a week including all day Saturdays and Sundays.Ž The eight competitor Laser class was won by Sint Maartens Rhne Findlay. Findlay had his heart set on successfully defending his title, although this result was far from Colin Rathbun leads the way in the IC24 ClassPHOTO: SHAKTI SEGURA/PHOTOGRAPHYSHATKI.COM

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 61 certain at the start. He discovered in the very “rst race that his chartered boat was taking on water. He tried to patch it. He tried to drain it. Nothing worked and his scores placed him deep on the scoreboard. The rainbow on the horizon came at lunch when Findlay returned to the host Royal BVI Yacht Club and the BVIs Olympic hopeful in the 49er, Alec Anderson, loaned Findlay his Laser hull. The rest of the day Findlay scored bullets in nearly all of the races. The next morning, Alec continued to let me borrow his Laser hull. We sailed six races in ideal conditions. I scored in the top three in all with two bullets,Ž Findlay explains. There was some very good close racing and there was also a fun competitive spirit among us Laser sailors.Ž The icing on the cake came when Findlay donated his charter refund to the Olympic campaign of Anderson and his crew, Chris Brockbank. In other results, St. Thomas Scott McKenzie won the Byte CII class, St. Croixs Sara Hardee the 420 and the BVIs Colin Rathbun the IC24. We enjoyed the racing plus how well the organization was on shore,Ž says Rathbun. There was a great set up on the beach at Nanny Cay with music, a nice lounge, special bar, foods and bands. It was a really fun event for kids and parents and Im sure the regattas success will bring out a lot more people next year.Ž For full results, visit: www.regattanetwork.com/event/ 7610#_newsroom+results Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Rhne Findlay, first in LasersPHOTO: SHAKTI SEGURA/PHOTOGRAPHYSHATKI.COM

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62 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 St. Barthlemy THE SIXTH ANNUAL WEST INDIES REGATTA A TRIBUTE TO TRADITIONAL SAILING The West Indies Regatta, which takes place in Saint Barth the “rst weekend in May each year, adds a touch of old time sailing to the islands nautical calendar. The last of“cial event of the season, this charming little regatta is a tribute to old wooden sailing boats and traditional boat-building skills, as well as the desire to keep these boats in the water and encourage new ones to be built. Two days of casual racing on May 3rd and 4th enjoyed perfect weather condition. It may have been the best sailing we ever had,Ž says Lee Davidson, an American resident of Saint Barth who sails in this event every year. Every race had groups of two or three boats sailing together, which made it more exciting. On the race back from Colombier on Sunday, there were “ve boats within ten boat lengths of each other, which made it a lot of fun. I went out on Summer Cloud which has no motor, and is great to maneuver ƒ the crew included captains of big schooners and St. Barth sailing school students. Its nice that a lot of kids went out during the races.Ž The ”eet this year comprised the 1951 Clyde Tug Flying Buzzard which served as the committee boat and had recently been the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta Committee vessel. The Carriacou sloops were Zemi a 42ft Alwyn Enoe design; Exodus the latest Alwyn Enoe creation, which homeports in Antigua and returned to St. Barth for the second year; Tradition from Anguilla … the largest sloop in the BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX race; Sweetheart and Savvy from Grenada; Genesis winner in class, Antigua classic 2014; Ocean Nomad and last years winner, Summer Cloud Zemi was declared this years winner, with plenty of Skullduggery Rum to celebrate. Two schooners were on hand as well: Alexander Hamilton built in Nevis and skippered by Andrew Robinson, arrived from Dominica fully laden with fresh organic produce, and Scaramouche the Queen of the West Indies Regatta ”eet, sailed up from St. Vincent. A Caribbean market with arts and organic produce, and even a few down-islanders cooking up Ital cabbage soup right on the dock, added to the authenticity of the event, which is organized by Alexis Andrews in cooperation with the Collectivity of Saint Barth, the Tourism Committee of Saint Barth, the local UNESCO club, and the Port of Gustavia. The seventh annual West Indies Regatta takes place April 30th to May 3rd 2015. The premiere of Andrews “lm Vanishing Sail will be screened at the 2015 St. Barth Film Festival to coincide with the opening night of the Regatta. For more information, visit: www.westindiesregatta.com 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. Keeping the spirit alivePHOTO: ROSEMOND GRAUX

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64 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 St. Barthlemy Gwnol Gahinet and Paul Meilhat crossed the “nish line on Monday April 28 to win the 12th edition of La Transat AG2R LA MONDIALE, a transatlantic regatta that takes place every two years on identical Figaro Bnteau II monohull sailboats. The winning pair aboard Safran / Guy Cotten completed the course from Concarneau, in Brittany, France to the “nish line in Saint Barth, via an obligatory buoy in La Palma, Canary Islands in 22d 6h 17m 59s. Its a dream come true! We believed we could do it before setting sail, but from there to actually win, considering the high level of talent in the ”eet this year, its quite extraordinary,Ž admits Gahinet, who was interviewed on the dock after celebrating with the traditional spray of champagne. Fabien Delahaye and Yoann Richomme, aboard Skipper Macif sailed across the line 1h 6m 53s later for second place. Behind them, a superb duel developed for third place between Alexia Barrier and Laurent Pellecuer aboard 30 Corsaires and Roland Jourdain and Martin Le Papes La Cornouaille Approaching the port of Gustavia, they put on a thrilling display of match racing, skillfully tacking around the boats anchored in the harbor. Barrier and Pellecuer maintained an 87s lead over their adversaries to claim a place on the podium. Sadly, the sailors who took the northern route across the 2014 TR ANSAT AG2R VICTORY FOR GWNOL GAHINET AND PAUL MEILHAT BY ELLEN LAMPERT-GRAUX Atlantic„a poor choice as they suffered from a serious lack of wind„did not arrive until Wednesday morning. Those opting for the northern route included famous French ocean racing sailors Michel Desjoyeaux, who won this race in 1992, sailing this year with Corentin Horeau on the boat Bretagne Crdit Mutuel Performance and Jean le Cam, also a former winner, sailing with Gildas Mah aboard Interface Concept Having taken the northern route, they could onlywatch as their lead passed to those who headed south. The 2014 edition of the event came to a close on the evening of May 1st with the arrival of the last boat„Mathieu Forbin and Arthur Prats Guadeloupe Grand Large 1 They had been at sea for 25d 13h 14m 29s to cover the 3,890 nautical miles to Saint Barthlmy. On the evening of Friday May 1st, all the boats having arrived, the awards ceremony was held on the main dock in Gustavia. 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. Gwnol Gahinet and Paul Meilhat arrive in St. BarthPHOTOS: ROSEMOND GRAUX Above: Gwnol Gahinet (left) and Paul Meilhat aboard the Figaro boat Safran-Guy Cotten winners of the 2014 Transat AG2R La Mondiale

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74 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 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 St. Thomas, USVI. Home to three U.S. Virgin Islands governors & with sweeping Charlotte Amalie harbor views, this extremely well-built 5 BR/6 BA masonry residence is being sold fully furnished. Find marble ”oors, high ceilings, gourmet kitchen, 35KW generator, impact glass windows & hurricane shutters, grand welcoming arms entrance, large pool, pool bar, lovely gardens, ample parking, gated with guard house & security system. Price: US $3,400,000 APRIL NEWLAND, April Newland Real Estate anewland2@gmail.com | vibeachfrontproperties.com or www.luxuryislandrealestate.com Of“ce: (340) 774-8888 | Cell: (340) 643-4347 1 Rincon, Puerto Rico. Live in & rent out this luxurious two-family beachfront property. Totally furnished, each side offers 3 BR/3.5 BA, a gourmet kitchen, spacious interiors with atrium, private balconies, enclosed garage & wonderful 1,800-sq. ft. oceanfront patio, all situated on a 9,526-sq. ft. lot. Impressive rental income history. Price: US $1,650,000 GREGORY FINK, Island West Properties g“nk5@gmail.com | www.islandwestsales.com Cell: (787) 823-2323 | Of“ce: (787) 823-2323 Island Real Estate Guide To display your Real Estate in All At Sea contact advertising@allatsea.net Island Real Estate Guide

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JULY 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 75 DAVID JONES REAL ESTATEESTABLISHED IN 1972www.davidjones.vi vikirkboeger@gmail.com Enjoy a relaxed pace of life, combined with all the amenities and advantages of a U.S. ag destination. DAVID JONES REAL ESTATE will help you live out your idea of paradise in some of the most exclusive properties in the Virgin Islands. With oces located at East End Plaza in the town of Red Hook, the DAVID JONES team of brokers sets the standard for knowledge of the islands real estate scene: land, homes, condominiums and commercial properties. As Saint omas oldest real estate agency … established in 1972 … the brokerage has sold home sites in all leading land developments and handled the major condominium developments on the island. DAVID JONES REAL ESTATE s expertise is in linking buyers and sell ers for some of the most luxurious residential properties on the islands … even uninhabited isles in the sun. For those who value the personal-touch styleƒ DAVID JONES REAL ESTATE is the choice for fullling all proper ty needs: vacation, re location, investment, retirement, rental or re-sales. "!""#""$ 2BR/2BA waterfront condo, priced to perfection. $469,000 3BR/3BA beachfront condo, spectacular remodel. $999,000 Rare opportunity to purchase a large family home on a secluded beach. $3.99M Perfect studio vacation rental condominium on desirable Sapphire Beach. $174,900 3BR/3BA waterfront condo, excellent location and condition. $499,000 Large, pristine home sits on a crest lot above world-famous Magens Bay. $2.8M

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76 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Peter Island, BVI. Rare “nd! Buy 1.281 acres of beachfront plus 4.479 acres of hillside land. Ready for development. Located near the famous Peter Island Resort with spectacular sea & island views. Build your own fabulous home in the Caribbean. Price: US $5,000,000 BONNIE DOUGALL, Dougall Real Estate BVI info@realestatebvi.net | www.realestatebvi.net Of“ce: (284) 495-3003 | Cell: (284) 541-3003 3 5 Cupecoy Beach, St. Maarten. Call this 4 BR/5 BA residence in the gated enclave of Shore Pointe, on St. Maartens Gold Coast, home. Theres nearly 5,000sq. ft. of luxurious living space, including an expansive gourmet kitchen completely open to the surrounding living & veranda areas. All bedrooms feature custom baths with waterfall showerheads, river rock ”oors & granite throughout. Enjoy happy hour sunsets from the rooftop pool. Price: US $1,950,000 RODGER BOUTELLE, Paradise Found Real Estate Rodger@ParadiseFoundSXM.com www.ParadiseFoundSXM.com Cell: (721) 587-5555 4 Petite Calivigny, Grenada. Enjoy views overlooking Le Phare Bleu Marina & Calivigny Island from Beyazev Villa. Theres 3 private, separate, en-suite BR along with a 2 BR/3 BA self-contained main house. Each private bedroom features Queen sized or King sized beds, en-suite bathroom with shower, TV, AC & a kitchenette. A communal dining room, lounge & sun deck with BBQ are perfect for entertaining. Located 15 minutes from St. Georges & world famous Grand Anse Beach. Price: USD $1,700,000 TERRA CARIBBEAN infogd@terracaribbean.com www.terracaribbean.com/grenada Of“ce: (473) 439-3993 | Fax: (473) 439-3994 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 JULY 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 3 6 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: Classic Sail Charter Financial Ptnr/Investment Opportunity: For Bahamas/Caribbean Region. Beautiful Classic Sparkman Stephens Sloop with land based Mercedes Benz client shuttle. Investment; $50K; ROI; 20%; Secured. Reply for details: navstation@sailingjandy.comVESSEL IS NOT FOR SALE !"!#$! "!#$$%!&! '&( ()&$ Hatteras 36 Convertible 1986 in PR. Battlewagon, robust construction. Longlife 390 HP Detroit 671s only 1600 hrs. First class maintenance, new bottom 2011, Onan 8KW genset refurbished 2007, interior redone, Two staterooms, sleeps 6, galley-up w/full size fridge, extra freezer, stall shower in head. Two AC units, Garmin GPS, 2 Icom VHF, cockpit awning. Reduced $74,500. Day 787-274-1147, eve 787-525-0033 e-mail lawrog@gmail.com EXCELLENT HATTERAS 36 EXCELLENTHATTERAS SOLD!

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86 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Looking for the ultimate ocean steel liveaboard cruiser?Look no further!! $122,000Can make money with!!www.dutchlove.com CUSTOM HERMANSON 44 REFURBISHED & UPDATED: plumbing, electrical system, and rigging. Awlgripped, Universal Diesel M35 rebuilt 444 hrs, radar, 3 battery banks, chart plotter, below deck auto pilot, electric windlass. $80,500MAKE OFFERS REFURBISHED&UPDATED: (MA) 1988 NONSUCH 30 ULTRAOwner 617-233-1105 nonsuchforsale@comcast.net 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 SailboatALLIED SEAWIND KETCH 30.5 4blue4water4sailboat4in4way4 above4average4conditions64fully4 loaded4and4ready4for4extended4 cruising^4beta4<@hr4with4less4than4 8>=hr64<>=4watts4sat4panel64wind4 turbine64refrigeration64<6=;;4watts4 inverter64dual4control4electric4windD lass64hot4water4heather64?4west4 marine4dinghy4with4_ohnson4>hp4 outboard4and4much4moreK4Please4 visit4at4wwwKcaptainsoloKnet4for4full4 details4and4photo4galleryK4Reduce4 for4quick4saleKK78=6;;;K;; Brokerage OWN A WINNER! Super Mumm 36 High Tension For SaleSUCCESSFUL CARIBBEAN RACEBOAT In 2014 alone, ten trophies and seven cases of Rum were won, including CSAs coveted Travellers Trophy, and Overall Winner in Antiguas RTI, 1st Class Div A, winner of Most competitive Class, Best Antigua, and Best Caribbean Yacht. Email Bernie at hightensionca@gmail.com for more information ASKING PRICE $70K After 45 years of wonderful experiences diving & chartering the LawŽ ”eet, culminating with the CUAN LAW, the Muirheads have decided that its time to retire. CUAN LAW is now for sale on the open market. Email: cuanlaw@surfbvi.com duncan@cuanlaw.com CUAN LAWYour chance to own a slice of paradise What is being sold? A TURN KEYŽ BUSINESSCUAN LAW is a stunning custom built, BVI registered 105ft trimaran with 10 double air conditioned guest cabins all with private bathrooms. There are 5 double cabins for crew. She is being sold complete with all “xtures & “ttings. Charter ready. On board scuba diving with tanks & compressors for 20 guests, 2x22ft RIB tenders each with 115hp 4 stroke Mercury outboards, 2 hobie cats, several sea kayaks and water skis. The shore facilities include a newly re“nished truck and a container full of spares. 2 COMPREHENSIVE WEBSITES: 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 Subscribe toALL AT SEA www.allatsea.net subscribe@allatsea.netU.S. Subscriber12 issues $29.95Canada Subscriber12 issues $39.95Non-U.S./Canada Subscriber12 issues $64.95 Read what you love...all the time, any time!

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88 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 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 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.

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96 ALLATSEA.NET JULY 2014 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON Preparing for a festive fourth of July? Start with a delicious breakfast and continue with these delicious dishes and patriotic dessert. SPINACH, GOAT CHEESE AND TOMATO OMELETPrep time: 5 minutes Cooking time: 5 … 10 minutes. Serves: 2 2 tsp olive oil 4 packed cups baby spinach leaves 4 eggs 2 tbsp low-fat milk 4 tbsp crumbled goat cheese Preheat broiler to medium-high. Heat oil in a small cast iron skillet over medium heat. Stir in spinach and cook 30 seconds, or until wilted. Meantime whisk together eggs and milk in bowl. Stir in goat cheese and parsley. Season with salt and pepper. Add egg mixture to spinach in skillet, stirring occasionally and cook, until nearly set. Lay tomato slices over mixture; grate a little fresh parmesan on top, then ”ash the omelet under the broiler to set the top. Serve: cut into wedges and serve.CAPRESE SALAD ON STICKSPrep time: 10 minutes. Makes: 12 kabobs 24 grape tomatoes 12 cherry-size fresh mozzarella cheese balls On each of 12 wooden appetizer skewers, alternately thread two tomatoes, one cheese ball and two basil leaves; place on a serving plate. In a small bowl, whisk the oil and vinegar; drizzle over kabobs just before serving. GRILLED VEGETABLE GAZPACHOPrep time: 20 minutes. Cooking time: 20 minutes Chilling time: 30 minutes. Serves: 6 8 2 red onions, sliced inch thick 2 zucchinis, sliced inch thick 2 yellow squash, sliced inch thick 4 bell peppers 10 summer tomatoes, peeled, seeded and diced 3 cucumbers, peeled, seeded and inch diced 1 head garlic, roasted Brush the onion and zucchini with olive oil and grill until tender. Do not burn. Roast bell peppers over an open ”ame, a broiler or in a 500F oven until the skin is charred. Allow to cool in a covered bowl, then remove the skins and seeds and dice. Reserve one cup of the diced vegetables for garnish. In a food processor, process the grilled onion, zucchini, and peppers to a coarse consistency. Do not over-process. Combine the tomatoes, cucumbers and the roasted garlic with the processed vegetables. Add the bread crumbs, vinegar, tomato juice, cilantro and olive oil. Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper. Thin the soup with tomato juice if needed; adjust seasoning accordingly. Chill the soup until at least room temperature. Ladle chilled soup in a room teperature bowl. Top with reserved vegetables, green onion, then a littled cracked black pepper.FOURTH OF JULY JELL-O Prep time: 15 minutes. Chilling: 30 minutes. Serves: 6 8 1 pkg (3 oz) berry blue gelatin 1 pkg (3 oz) strawberry gelatin 2 cups boiling water, divided In a large bowl, dissolve the berry gelatin in 1 cup boiling water. Stir in cup cold water. Pour into an ungreased 9-inch x 5-inch loaf pan. Refrigerate until “rm. Repeat with strawberry gelatin and remaining boiling and cold water. When gelatin is set, cut into cubes. Just before serving, gently combine gelatin cubes and pears in a large glass bowl or individual dishes. Note: Also good to add some fresh berries; strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, etc. 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 HERES TO A FESTIVE FOURTH! 2 tbsp chopped parsley Sea Salt Freshly ground pepperGARNISH: Sliced tomatoes and grated parmesan 24 fresh basil leaves 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tsp balsamic vinegar cup cold water, divided 1 (15 oz) can pear halves, drained and cube 1 cup bread crumbs 1 cup red wine vinegar 1 quart tomato juice 2 tbsp “nely chopped cilantro cup olive oil Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste 2 green onions, chopped