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8 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Editors Log Whats new on the boatyard scene? According to Carol Bareuthers annual boatyard update theres plenty going on as yards throughout the Caribbean expand and add new services to their facilities. All is revealed on page 44. Years ago, as the editor and publisher of a St. Maarten sailing/boating newspaper, I got into trouble for running a story about hurricanes. Advertisers said it would put people off traveling to the islands and so it threatened their business. I like to think All At Sea readers are a worldlier bunch who understand that countries within the hurricane belt might feel the effects of the occasional tropical blast. September is the height of the Atlantic storm season and, as you are turning these pages, I hope you have one eye on developments in east. Quite a few of our correspondents have been through hurricanes and I have experienced several “rsthand. Julian Putley rode out hurricane Hugo at anchor in St. John and to mark the 25th anniversary, he tells his story. Geographically, the Bahamas are not part of the Caribbean but we often feature this beautiful region knowing that Gary E. Brown, Editor many cruisers, power and sail, make this 5,358 square mile wonderland part of their Caribbean adventure. My wife and I spent over a year cruising the Bahamas in our cutter Driac II and so it holds a special place in our hearts. On page 49, Rosie Burr describes a cruise through the Exumas. Just look at the color of that water. It is almost a certainty that if you have ever bought a boat, it wont be your last. Boats are an addiction that many never overcome. Of all the boat addicts I have ever met, Todd Duff takes the biscuit. He has owned more than 50 and hes still counting. If ever a sailor needed help, its Todd! See for yourself. His story is on page 34. ISLANDS, RAFTS & REMARKABLE MENSee you on the water! As editor of All At Sea I have met some truly remarkable people and one of the most remarkable was Anthony Smith. In 2011, aged 85, Smith, with companions David Hildred (57, from the Virgin Islands), Andrew Bainbridge (56, from Canada) and John Russell (61, from the UK) crossed the Atlantic on a raft made of water pipes with a corrugated sheet-metal pig pen for a cabin and a telegraph pole for a mast. In a life of action, Smith pioneered ballooning and in 1962 ”ew a hydrogen balloon across Africa, and a year later became the “rst Britain to ”y a balloon across the Alps. He rode a motorcycle from England to South Africa and back, presented a science show on TV, wrote 30 books and even had a “sh named after him. Smith had long harbored a desire to pay tribute to the survivors of the SS Anglo Saxon a British merchantman sunk off the west coast of Africa by a German warship in 1940. Of an original seven sailors who scrambled into the merchant ships lifeboat, only two „ Roy Widdicombe and Robert Tapscott „ survived the 2,800-mile journey across the Atlantic. They eventually landed on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas. As I grew longer in the tooth, I began to think that some kind of re-enactment might be interesting,Ž said Smith. The idea grew in my mind that, using a raft, I would cross the very waters where Tapscott and Widdicombe had suffered so horrendously. With luck, I might even land on the beach where they had struggled up the shore.Ž Smiths eventual enactment, on the raft he named Antiki, went a little off course and instead of the Bahamas they ended up in St. Maarten. A year later, Smith, then 86, left St. Maarten to complete the voyage and after a hair-raising time off the Silver Banks, rode a gale of wind over the reef onto the same beach in Eluthera where Roy Widdicombe and Robert Tapscott had stepped ashore. In my interviews with Anthony Smith, he said he hated getting old. I dont believe he ever did. PHOTO: OCEANMEDIA ANTHONY SMITH BORN MARCH 30 1926, DIED JULY 7 2014

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10 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 FEATURES 40 CARIBBEAN BOATYARD UPDATE 44 TROPICAL VEGETABLES COVER SHOT: A birds-eye view of Grenada Marine | Photo courtesy of Grenada Marine THIS ISSUE THE CARIBBEANS WATERFRONT MAGAZINE38September 2014 18 SAILING HUMOR You Have a Choice: Sail or Spend! Help!24 TIPS & TRICKS Keep on Rolling28 FISHING Wave Paver Wins 2014 Bahamas Bill“sh Championship Magic V Wins 19th Annual Caicos Classic IGFA Bill“sh Release Tournament July Open Bill“sh Tournament34 SEAMANSHIP & VOYAGING The Need for Yet Another Boat! Memories of Hurricane Hugo … 25 Years On74 ISLAND REAL ESTATE GUIDE77 CARIBBEAN BROKERAGE87 MARKETPLACE94 SPONSOR DIRECTORY96 CARIBBEAN DINING Something for Everyone … Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Tropical Style! Continued on page 12 DEPARTMENTS 8 EDITORS LOG14 WHERE IN THE WORLD?16 CARIBBEAN NEWS17 EVENT CALENDAR

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12 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 ALL AT SEA CARIBBEAN 14 MAP49 BAHAMAS The Exuma Islands54 U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS Virgin Islands Game Fishing Clubs Kids Fishing Tournament Twenty-Four Entries in Inaugural USVI Stars & Stripes Poker Run Reaching for Success 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 September 2014 62 ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN Sticky Sint Maarten68 CURAAO Pro“le: Curaao Marines Pierre VerbiesenRESOURCES 70 CARIBBEAN MARINAS 72 CARIBBEAN BOATYARDS ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS 49 NEXT MONTH IN ALL AT SEA : Charter Show Previews & Whats New in Crewed Charters PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROSIE BURR

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14 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Curaao ArubaColombiaHaiti Dominican Republic ISLAND EVENTS & INTERESTS ALL AT SEA S CARIBBEAN COVERAGE WHERE IN THE WORLD? CONGRATULATIONS TO DEAN & ERICKA AND THANKS FOR READING ALL AT SEA Dean and Ericka Julien visited Virgin Gorda, in the beautiful BVI, for Erickas Grandparents 50th wedding anniversary and they couldnt return home to Massachusetts without taking All At Sea with them. Here they are enjoying the Caribbeans favorite waterfront magazine by their pool, which is almost as blue as the waters around Virgin Gorda! 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 54 Virgin Islands Game Fishing Clubs Kids Fishing Tournament P

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SEPTEMBER 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 62 Sticky Sint Maarten PAGE 68 Pro“le: Curaao Marines Pierre Verbiesen P P

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16 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 News CARIBBEAN NEWS A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE HAPPENINGS OF OUR WORLD Caribbean Sailing Association no longer provide minimum safety requirements The Caribbean Sailing Association has made the decision to no longer provide Minimum Safety Requirements for regattas in the Caribbean. It was discussed and recognized at the 2013 Annual General Meeting that this important function is being addressed by several other sailing organizations at a much greater level, and it was therefore voted that the CSA should remove itself following the 2014 racing season. This announcement is being made now so that organizers can include reference to the appropriate rules in their Notices of Race for 2015 events. Regatta organizers are now encouraged to look at the existing available guidelines and select those that best suit their event(s) and the conditions they will be sailing under. They are encouraged to further customize chosen guidelines as they see “t to ensure the right level of safety requirements are in place for their particular event. Two of the leading organizations that have recently addressed Safety Regulations and offer several categories to choose from are ISAF and US Sailing. Their regulations can be found at: www.sailing.org/specialregs and www.us sailing.org/safety/equipment-and-requirementsNew Trophies for RORC Transatlantic Race Two magni“cent perpetual trophies will be awarded to winners of the Royal Ocean Racing Clubs inaugural Transatlantic Race this November. Departing from Puerto Calero, Lanzarote, the “rst yacht to complete the course and cross the “nish line in Grenada, will be presented with an exquisite sterling silver trophy by the International Maxi Association (IMA). An equally impressive trophy has been sought for the Overall Winner in IRC by the RORC and John Bowles, a specialist in sporting trophies, certainly came up trumps. The race may be new to the clubs offshore racing calendar, but the magni“cent antique sterling silver trophy is far from it. Handmade in London in 1928 by John Parkes during the heyday of craftsmanship for such trophies, the RORC Transatlantic Race 2014 winner will be privileged to accept the 104 troy-ounce trophy that is beautifully chased with intricate decoration. Both trophies will be awarded at the Prizegiving ceremony, to be held at Camper & Nicholsons Marina Port Louis, Grenada on Saturday 20th December 2014. For further information on the RORC Transatlantic Race 2014, visit: rorctransatlantic.rorc.org MARK YOUR CALENDARSKick off your annual Caribbean sailing campaign by entering the 22nd St. Croix International Regatta. Set for November 14th …16th, there will be a one-day Commodores Race followed by two days of competition for the International Regatta Trophy. Three day entry fee is only $150. Classes include CSA racing, both spinnaker and nonspinnaker, Rhodes 19, large multihulls and any one-design class with three or more entries. Classes with seven or more contestants are eligible to win their skippers weight in Cruzan Rum. Racing will be in the Buck Island Channel, providing on-shore spectators with an all-day colorful panorama. Sponsored by the USVI Department of Tourism. For Notice of Race (NOR) and more information, visit: www.stcroixyc.com/regatta

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 17 FLAGS PROVIDED BY FLAGSPOT.NET SAILING:GUADELOUPE NOVEMBER 8 … 10 Triskell Cup | Sailing Regatta www.triskellcup.com organisation@triskell cup.com 0690-49-57-57 FISHING:PUERTO RICO SEPTEMBER 3 … 9 San Juan International Bill“sh Tournament Fishing Tournament www.sanjuan international.comST. THOMAS, USVI NOVEMBER 2 VIGFC Wahoo Wind-Up Fishing Tournament www.vigfc.com usvigfc@gmail.com 340-775-9144EVENT CALENDAR Please send future events to editor@allatsea.net. This month and next months events are currently published here and at www.allatsea.net. Your specific area may or may not be shown based on identified activities for these months. BOAT SHOW:ANNAPOLIS, MD OCTOBER 16 … 19 US Powerboat Show Boat Show www.USBoat.com 410-268-8828 OCTOBER 9 … 13 US Sailboat Show Boat Show www.USBoat.com 410-268-8828FORT LAUDERDALE, FL OCT. 30 … NOV. 3 55th Annual Fort Lauderdale Boat Show Boat Show www.ShowManage ment.com 800-940-7642 Metal Shark Hires Carl Wegener as Director of Commercial SalesLouisiana-based boat manufacturer Metal Shark Aluminum Boats has hired marine industry veteran Carl Wegener as its Director of Commercial Sales. Mr. Wegener brings a diversi“ed background in engineering, strategic planning, and business development, with over 25 years of experience in the boat and shipbuilding industry. At Metal Shark, he will utilize this background and his extensive list of industry contacts to develop the companys relationships with operators in the passenger ferry, fast crew, utility, entertainment, and pilot boat markets. Established in 1986, Gravois Aluminum Boats LLC, and its government/commercial boat entity Metal Shark Aluminum Boats, are leading suppliers of welded aluminum boats for defense, law enforcement, and commercial entities. Metal Shark produces a wide range of custom monohull and catamaran center console and pilothouse patrol boats, “reboats, pilot boats, workboats, and other speciality vessels ranging from 16ft to 250ft. www.metalsharkboats.com

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18 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014YOU HAVE A CHOICE: SAIL OR SPEND! BY CAPN FATTY GOODLANDERSailing Humor For the last decade or two Ive been averaging around 8,000 nautical miles per year. This isnt easy to do. Luckily, I have some advantages. For instance, if my wife is ashore she spends money, but at sea, nada. So, yes, Im motivated. Like most sailboaters, Im cheap. I live on the pennies Scotsmen throw away. There are other reasons. What are they? Take a moment, dear reader, and observe the pigmentation of your skin. Whatever color you are is the color I dont like. I know, I know„this isnt considered PC and is rarely mentioned these days. But thats the truth. I “nd people of your color and my color and any other colors sub-intelligent, evil, stupid, mean, dumb, and greedy beyond belief. To put it another way, Im prejudiced against people. I do not like my species. They are gleefully killing the planet in the name of gross pro“t. Heavy thoughts? Yeah. It is one thing to be the worst predator in the neighborhood. It is another thing to eat/burn/consume that neighborhood in the name of free enterprise. What exactly is freeabout the destruction of our planet? Were the aboriginals and the American Indians we slaughtered that much smarter than we? Lets just stop and consider this for a moment. Our habitat„Planet Earth„is being heated up by the land sharks to such a degree (sic) that mankind might expire and the people who are doing this think that investing in industrial air-conditioning units is wise. Wise ? I believe that money doesnt talk, it swears. Now, perhaps you havent noticed but Mother Ocean is still remarkably free of capitalists running amok. All the mon-

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 19ey in the world wont help you in the middle of an offshore gale. There are no cellphone towers, no lying/cheating internet providers, no iClouds with dollar signs printed on them. Even more amazing, theres no celebrity gossip to distract you from the fact that some boys from Texas looted the national treasury a while back„at the same time some other boys from Wall Street stuck the American taxpayer with their bad gambling debts, cocaine costs, and hooker fees. I am NOT making this up. So my task seems clear„to try to spend a few pleasant afternoons with my wife while our planet and culture ”ames out. My vessel is the key. Money is not the key. Money, in fact, is the False God of the Offshore Sailor. You cant buy safety at sea at Kmart. Seamanship cant be bought. It must be earned. Thats why the oceans are still empty„and thats why I live in such ecologically pristine places as Beveridge and Minerva Reefs, Chagos, and the long forgotten isles of lost Indonesia. How do I do this? It is simple„but “rst you have to do something really, really scary. You have to take your blinders off. You have to remove your culture “lter and see reality„not the sales pitch. My central premise is dead simple: Money doesnt buy you much and money is expensive. Money is expensive? Yeah. Money owns you as much as you own it. It is a huge hassle. For instance, everyone wants it„and thus attempts to enslave you as a consumer. It is taxed. People who really dislike you attempt to befriend you because of it. It takes a lot of servicing, looking after, and endless counting. What does money buy? Anything important? Love? Health? Respect? No. It buys baubles„and baubles have no lasting value whatsoever. Money doesnt even buy leisure time! Go down to the nearest mega-yacht marina right now. Fight your way through the LEOs (law enforcement of“cers) who are protecting the super-rich and ask the maid who is scrubbing the toilets aboard how often her owner actually visits his 100 million dollar vessel. Not often, statistically. Why? Because the billionaire has to service his money. Ha ha! The poor sap! No wonder it burns his butt that guys like me are having their cake and eating it too! I believe that you should be able to buy a vessel with an initial cost of, say, the price your average yachtsman in the Lesser Antilles spends on their onboard electronics„and then sail it safely and joyously around the world on far fewer pennies than it would cost the USA to incarcerate you for an equal amount of time.

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20 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014embarrassed, and said, Yeah, that new boat of yours is really fast!Ž But what I was really thinking was that if Id have wanted to arrive three days earlier, Id have left three days earlier„ and spending 72 hours less at sea translated, in my hedonistic world, to missing at least two wonderful adult exercise sessions„which would be a real shame! Life is too short not to smell the roses. The funniest part of this need-for-speed-at-a-snails-pace concept is how much it costs for a Dyneema mainsheet and the lightweight (whats the trade name, Air Head blocks?) sail control systems which accompany it ƒ all controlled by a skipper who hasnt the foggiest notion where the end of his boom should go within a yard or two! Its crazy. Most of the time that I„serial circumnavigator that I am„spend adjusting my sails isnt to make my vessel go faster but safer, cheaper, and more comfortably. Speed isnt safe, cheap, or comfortable. Speed is expensive, dangerous, and uncomfortable. So how in the hell did Madison Avenue convince sailors that the very thing that theyre in search of (the tranquility and peace of Mother Ocean) should be rushed through dangerously and uncomfortably at vast expense? Are we yachtsmen really that shallow? That gullible? That easily hoodwinked? Most modern sailboats are set up to consume stuff because they are owned by people who were born and bred to consume. Fine. Thats an option. But you cant put a lot of sea miles on your vessel if youre busy renting marine experts to drill holes in your hull to install stuff that will quickly break and/or go out-of-“ckle-fashion soon anyway. So the reality is that most of the boats with all the bells and whistles are sitting in a marina somewhere waiting for expensive parts to be air-freighted in. Which is “ne. We know numerous newbie circumnavigators who arent having a particularly pleasant experience. They spend all their time at sea worrying about their vessel and all their time at the dock buying stuff for their vessel„and spending $100,000 a year to do so. But they tend to sail far less than the modest, basic cruiser with a wind vane, stout rig, dry bilge, open mind, and little else. The world is my oyster„the sea my classroom. My boat isnt “lled with toys„it is “lled with tools. I sail to journey, not to arrive. And so can anyone„on the pennies Scotsmen throw away. EDITORS NOTE: Capn Fatty is on his 54th year of living aboard, and is currently at sea heading for Bali via the Torres Straits. Sailing Humor Yes, circumnavigators such as me are saving the US taxpayer a bundle! Of course, said vessel would look and act differently than the modern harbor-hugger in search of a place to thrust its hungry shore-power cord. It would not be a ”oating ATM purposely set up for easy looting by land sharks. It would not be a vessel set up for consuming stuff„but rather a vessel intended to live in harmony with Mother Ocean. One of the goo“est things about yachting is this speed thingy. Ive never understood it. However, it is a total given and a wonderful sales hook to “sh dollar bills out of yachting billfolds. It has been repeated so often and so loud and so all-persuasively„that it just is. It is an accepted, commonly held belief that we should make our sailboats go fast. How stupid is that? Perhaps making your Lear jet go fast has some logic„ but your sailboat? Lets take a look at your sails„these expensive rags a yachtsman uses to harness the wind. The conventional wisdom is that they need to be relatively new, so that they have the proper shape to harness the wind in an ef“cient, fast manner. This sounds totally logical„and yet is really goofy (in my humble opinion). Why do you want to go fast? Why would I want to rush through the very same natural environment that Ive worked my entire life to be able to afford to visit? Besides, what is fast? Two of my dearest friends recently consulted me and purchased a very fast 44ft aluminum French racer. They then spent a small fortune on high-tech sails, expensive sail control systems, and complicated sailing electronics. Being racers, they ”ew in a crew from the Med. We were going to leave the Galapagos on the same day, but getting all their electronics and plotters and interfaces working took an extra few days. So they worked frantically (and expensively) and shoved off 72 hours after we did. They raced the whole way„often running at night with their asymmetrical chute to reach up a bit or switching to the symmetrical chute when dead-down was a better VMG choice. Of course, all this high loading had a cost: they collapsed a spinnaker pole during a squall; they severely chafed their mainsail on the spreaders, and one crew member hurt her wrist on the traveler during a heavy-air jibe at midnight. My wife Carolyn and I poled out our one white floppy thing (jib) on our $3,000 yacht, took off our clothes, and had fun. Our vessels arrived in Fatu Hiva within hours of each other after a passage of 3,200 ocean miles. The racers were very happy. Theyd beaten us by three days„and mentioned it numerous times. And each time we played along, looked

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22 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014anyone else (the VHF, however, was not common during the Battle of Trafalgar). Like most safety equipment it is important to read the instructions and, if possible, test the items in question. Flares have expiry dates and these should be checked. Hand-held ”ares should be pointed downwind of the holder to avoid singed eyebrows. Rocket ”ares should be “red with a clear trajectory. Charlies friend Jonas kept a ”are gun handy in his house (guns are illegal in the BVI) to shoot at possible intruders. One day he was “ddling with the cocking mechanism and it went off. It shot into the wall, bounced off, hit a computer screen, bounced off and hit the wood ceiling, ricocheted onto the couch and burnt a four inch diameter hole right through it before damaging an expensive Mexican ”oor tile. The house “lled with smoke and a devastating “re could have resulted. Conclusion: Dont “re a ”are gun inside your boat unless its a life or death situation. In this case an ounce of prevention may not be worth the cure. Julian Putley is the author of The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI, Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel Sailing Humor Emergency procedures are not to be taken lightly when venturing out onto the ocean. There are all kinds of devices that can be employed in the event of a serious catastrophe. Charlie commonly teaches the ASA 104 Bareboat course and all these methods must be memorized. In real life, though, you would never use them while cruising the bareboat circuit … at least in the BVI. Why would you deploy a life raft in BVI waters ƒ sitting there baking in the hot sun awaiting rescue when you could climb into your dinghy and motor ashore. In all cruising areas in the wonderful archipelago of the BVI, you are never more than six miles from land. Some methods described in the text book are doubtful. Firing off a gun may frighten away would be rescuers. Waving outstretched arms up and down may elicit an equal response, like: Hey! How you doin.Ž Lighting a “re on board might get you: Look, theyre havin a barbie.Ž The tried and true method of getting help is the VHF radio, Channel 16. Students are told to only call Mayday in the event of potential loss of life situations … and this does not include running aground where you are expected to get off yourself. So, when a dire circumstance arises, transmit on Ch.16 and say May Day, three times. Then give the name of your vessel, the nature of the emergency and your location. Your location: Im in the BVI, common 30 years ago, is now expected to be more accurate. Interestingly the three emergency calls, in order of seriousness: May Day, Pan Pan (for serious situations but not impending loss of life) and Securite (for warnings or navigational information) are derived from the French language. May Day comes from Maidez (help me), Pain Pain (Ive run out of bread) and the other one, self explanatory. But why would the French have the honor of dictating the worlds emergency vocabulary. The answer may well be that in maritime history the French required assistance more than SAILING WITH CHARLIE HELP!BY JULIAN PUTLEY GRAPHICS BY HANNAH WELCH

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24 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Tips & Tricks If you have any kind of sailing boat the chances are that you have some sort of furling gear to ease the process of sail handling. Back in the days of hardy hirsute sailors one could argue the pros and cons of modern furling gear. But nowadays we increasingly “nd more votes for than against. So much so that almost all of us cruisers have at least the basics; a roller furling headstay. Its no longer a nice to have item, its on the must have list. KEEP ON ROLLINGBY SIM HOGGARTH EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR FURLING GEAR And one day it will need maintenance! There are many different manufacturers of these wonderful units but in my experience the one we see most often is the Profurl. Theyre widely available, robust, reliable, simple and competitively priced. There are umpteen variations of the Profurl headsail units depending on age, size and purpose, but they are all basically the same. My most recent project was to overhaul my inner staysail furler, which is a Starting on the drum assembly

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 25 type N31 and probably over 20 years old. It had done pretty well already but I was hoping to extend its life. First and foremost (after removing the sail) you must make sure the mast is suf“ciently supported to allow the removal of the stay. Slacken the turnbuckle on the stay in question. If the turnbuckle isnt easy to access then you may have to slacken the backstay (and any other opposing stays). Its a good idea to mark the position of everything with electrical tape before Extracting stubborn circlips with seizing wire Nice and clean with new bearing in place

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26 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Tips & Tricks you start this slackening procedure to help when it comes to re-tightening. Its also a good idea to take lots of photos to help check everything is going back in the right place. Once the stay is loose, in our case the inner forestay, locate the grub screws which secure the aluminium foil extrusion. These are sometimes in, or part of, the drum or sometimes above it. Make sure you use the right size key. Once they are loose the foil will ”oat up and down on the stay a little. Next, unhook the lower support arms and remove the lower pin, the one with the two nyloc nuts. Completely unscrew the lower fork and turnbuckle from the stay. Now the lower unit should slide right off. Remove any sail feeder “ttings you may have still in place and the top unit should come off now too. Re“t the toggle and turnbuckle and quickly reassemble the forestay so that you can leave everything secure whilst you work on the furler. The following describes the procedure for the older N31 upper unit but all of the most frequently seen units follow a similar pattern. Its important to be careful not to damage anything as you dismantle the parts; a workbench, vice and the right tools will help. Starting from the top, pry out the old oil seal, generally an old screwdriver or some kind of hooking tool will pull them out. Clean out any old grease and debris with solvent or degreaser. Next comes the hard bit; there are two or three circlips, or snaprings, holding everything in place. These need to be removed without causing too much damage to the working surfaces. Despite having various circlip and long reach pliers, this part of the job proved to be the biggest challenge. The “rst clip eventually surrendered to a pair of modi“ed long reach pliers but the next one just wouldnt budge. I “nally managed to tease a length of monel seizing wire through one of the holes and carefully pulled it out with that. Once all the circlips are removed the inner part of the assembly can be pushed out, either with a big vice or press. Failing that, you might try a hammer, some hardwood blocks and a suitable drift. Next, turn it around and tap out the old bearing going the other way. Use a hammer and long steel punch, and be sure to keep it square in the bore all the way or it will jam up and damage the sides. Once the unit is in bits its important to examine closely all of the components and make an assessment of their condition. This will have a big effect on the longevity of your rebuilt unit. First check the condition of the grooves for the circlips. It is often wrongly assumed that the furler takes the load normally taken by the forestay. In the case of these Profurl units that is not the case. However, the upper and lower units do carry the full tension of the genoa luff and Pressing it back together Carefully fitting the last circlip

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 27it bears directly on the rotating part of each one. So test “t all your new circlips before reassembly. Next, check the surfaces on the remainder of the inner tube, in particular where the seals will bear. They can become badly scratched when the circlips are removed. Dress them up if necessary. Reassembly is more or less a reversal of the above but with the following points to note: Fit the new bearing to the outer stationary part “rst, tapping gently on the outer part of the bearing only and being sure to keep it square and true all the way. Bearings, seals and clips can be purchased over the internet at a fraction of the price of your local Profurl dealer. Just use the numbers stamped into the old bearings. Pack the new bearings with fresh grease, pushing it through with your “ngers from one side only until it comes out of the other side. Everything should have a good coating of waterproof grease. Re“t your refurbished parts onto the stay and youll have extended the life of your furler with minimal cost and effort and have the satisfaction of a job well done. Sim Hoggarth is a British merchant navy marine engineer now cruising in the Caribbean with his wife Rosie on board their yacht Wandering Star

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28 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Fishing Two months. Four tournaments. Twelve days of sports “shing. This is the Bahamas Bill“sh Championship (BBC), the oldest bill“sh tournament series in the world. Yet it came down to the “nal “ve minutes of “shing for the team aboard Wave Paver Floridabased Jr Davis 61ft Garlington, to land the big win. In fact, Wave Paver s path to the podium was one big crescendo. We had a slow start in the “rst tournament,Ž says Davis. Wave Paver “nished 5th in the “rst leg Guana Cay Tournament in early May with only one white marlin release. In the second leg, the Green Turtle Cay Championship in late May, the team improved its placing to fourth with the release of one blue and two white marlin. The talent and luck kept building into the third leg, the Treasure Cay Championship in early June, where the release of three blue marlin earned the team a third. The real magic happened in the fourth and “nal leg in late June at the Marsh Harbour Championship. We needed a blue marlin release to get ahead of Marlin Darlin for the overall win,Ž Davis explains. We hooked up with only “ve minutes left. The release gave us a second place for this tournament and the bonus points that go with it. It was the combination of the two that moved us ahead.Ž The secret to the Wave Paver teams success? Getting lucky,Ž Davis answers. The “shing overall was slow in the Bahamas this year, so we really had to work on grinding it out to get the bites. The other advantage was “shing in all four series tournaments, thats what helped to give us our points.Ž The Wave Paver team collectively released six blue marlin, three white marlin and two sail“sh over the series. Davis personal catch for over half of the points earned him Top Angler. Davis has “shed the BBC every year since 2006 and his team “nished second overall in 2011. Wave Paver s crew, Capt. Russell Sinclair and mates Jerry Owens and Ryan House, received the Top Captain and Top Mate trophies. Bob Jacobsens team aboard his Marlin Darlin “nished second, while Frank Rodriguez Fa La Me ended third overall. All catches in the BBC are validated using time and date stamped digital images. Af“davits, signed by all participants on each team, further con“rmed that the “sh was released in accordance with International Game Fishing Association and BBC rules. This years series had some exciting moments right up to the end!Ž says new BBC president Jennifer Dudas. We also had a new location … Green Turtle Cay. The anglers that “shed were pleased with the marinas, the service and the food there. The dredging they did enabled our boats to get into the harbor with no depth problems at all. I was very pleased with how it went my “rst year at the helm and everyone is looking forward to next year.Ž A total of 48 blue marlin, 23 white marlin and 14 sail“sh were released during the BBC series. For full results, visit: www.bahamasbill“sh.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Smiles from Wave Paver … First Place Overall WAVE PAVER WINS 2014 BAHAMAS BILLFISH CHAMPIONSHIP BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER

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30 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Fishing Teamwork earned the anglers and crew aboard Magic V the Top Boat prize in the 19th Annual Caicos Classic IGFA Bill“sh Release Tournament. The event was hosted out of Blue Haven Marina and Resort, an Island Global Yachting (IGY) destination, in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI), July 3rd-7th 2014. Its really important to work as a team when bill“shing,Ž says Dieter Decker, a part-time TCI resident and owner/ angler of the winning 38ft Boston Whaler. Weve been together almost four years and its the second year for us “shing this tournament.Ž Over 30 “sherman on six boats got off to a slow start with no recorded bill“sh releases on day one. We went 20 to 25 miles offshore where we had two bites for the day,Ž explains Decker. They both pulled the hook. Two to three other anglers hooked up but no one was able to secure a release.Ž The tide of luck changed for Magic V on day two. After heading to the same “shing spot and getting hopes up on a nibble, angler Denardi Belliard released an estimated 300 to 350lb blue marlin after an hour-long “ght. No other bill“sh released by the tournament ”eet meant Magic V jumped into the lead. The game“sh and bill“sh bite picked up on the third and “nal day of “shing. Maid in Whales while not seeing any bill“sh, secured the Largest Tuna prize with a 36.5lb yellow“n. Magic V hooked up a tuna too that was soon eaten by a 15ft shark that required the crew cut the line. Meanwhile Amos Luker, angler aboard the 27ft Stapleton, After 5 later released his teams “rst blue marlin after a long battle. With no other marlin caught by lines out, it was Magic V that ultimately won based on time. We “sh for fun more than the competition,Ž says Decker. But when we enter a tournament, we go in to win!Ž Magic V s triumph earned them entry into the Offshore World Championship to be held in 2015 in Costa Rica. In addition, the Caicos Classic boasted over $13,000 in prizes donated by local businesses to help raise funds for The Edward C Gartland Youth Centre and The Bill“sh Foundation. New this year, the tournament committee eliminated the use of human observers in favor of the increasingly popular use of video or photos to capture releases. To ensure “sh were caught on the day in question, different colored armband/”ag combinations were assigned to each boat. The “sh, as well as the teams colored band or ”ag for the day were to be captured on camera with either the bimini at the rod-tip or the mate with a hand on the leader, signifying an of“cial release. Footage was reviewed by the committee at the end of each “shing day. Overall the bite was very slow, compared to previous years,Ž says Caicos Classic committee member Art Pickering. I have my hopes up for a better bite next year ƒ but thats “shing!Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. MAGIC V WINS 19TH ANNUAL CAICOS CLASSIC IGFA BILLFISH RELEASE TOURNAMENT BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER

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32 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Fishing JULY OPEN BILLFISH TOURNAMENTA blue marlin release within minutes of lines out earned the team aboard Indigo a 61ft Buddy Davis that is part of the local Ocean Surfari Charter ”eet, the Top Boat in the 51st July Open Bill“sh Tournament (JOBT), hosted July 9th to 11th by the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club. The Indigo team released three blue and one white marlin during the three day tournament. Indigo started the “nal day in the lead. A “sh came up on the right short, then left long rigger but never bit. Then, a few hours later, a call came over the radio that anglers Gabriel Abud and Oscar Faris aboard Casca Dura a Brazilianbased 80ft Merritt, released a double header white marlin. This gave Casca Dura the lead by 300 points. We needed a blue marlin and the 500 points for its release to regain the lead,Ž says Indigos Capt. Kevin Haddox. A white marlin wouldnt do, because that would have tied us on points, but Casca Dura would have won because they scored their points “rst.Ž Then, with a little more than an hour left in the tournament, Indigo angler Steve Shockley, from Colorado, hooked up a 300 to 400lb blue on the same Grander Custom Tackle-brand handmade lure on which he caught his “rst blue of the tournament three days prior. Twenty minutes later, Shockley released the “sh, the second blue marlin of his “shing career, to earn Indigo its Top Boat honors. Casca Dura “nished Second Top Boat. However, Abud earned Top Angler and had his name engraved on the prestigious Capt. Johnny Harms Give Him Line perpetual trophy, by being the angler to “rst release two blues and a white. My “sh came up on the right teaser and Oscars came up INDIGO TOP BOAT, CASCA DURA S ABUD TOP ANGLER on the left long one. It was one right after the other,Ž says Abud. We both released our “sh at about the same time.Ž Abuds white marlin release, combined with his two blue marlin releases the day before, tallied to his trophy-winning success. The team aboard Mixed Bag II a Luhrs 40 Open Express chartered by Capt. Robert Richards out of the Westin, St. John, earned Third Best Boat with the cumulative release of two blue and one white marlin caught by James Mac MacNeil. Captain Richards seven-year-old son Robbie was one of the registered anglers. Finally, 17-year-old Tristan Lambert, of Hillsboro Beach Inlet, Florida, angling aboard his fathers 80ft Merritt, Reel Tight released two blue marlin on the last day of “shing to land the Top Junior Angler trophy. Lambert caught and released both his blues on 50lb test line on stand-up gear rather than sitting in a “ghting chair, de“nitely a talent. Winners received exquisite hand-carved marlin head trophies by famous marine wildlife artist David A. Wirth. The eight-boat ”eet released a total of 16 marlin, 12 blue and four white. Members of the International Game Fish Tournament Observers rode aboard each boat throughout the tournament to verify the releases. Proceeds from the tournament bene“t the Boys & Girls Club of the Virgin Islands. For more information, visit: www.vigfc.com Report by Carol M. Bareuther

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34 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Seamanship & Voyaging I ve had an intimate relationship with all the boats Ive owned. Some of the shorter ownerships were more like dating. Ive dated a lot of boats. OK, I admit it, I suffer from boat in“delity. In fact, Ive never met anyone worse off than me when it comes to being a “ckle boat owner. How do I know this? Well, Ive owned 50 sailboats! It now seems hard to believe and while thinking about it I realized that I had trouble remembering them all, so one day I sat down and wrote a list. I cant even remember all their names, which is bad ƒ kind of like a rock star trying to remember all the women with whom hes slept, but I certainly recall some of the most memorable. After a succession of sailing dinghies and daysailers, my “rst cruising boat was an old woodie that leaked so badly that she needed to hang in the slings with gas driven pumps running all weekend each spring before she would ”oat on her own. There was the Luders cold-molded sloop, which I bought cheap when the previous owners electric sander went THE NEED FOR YET ANOTHER BOAT! BY TODD DUFF Sometimes the boats have been large ƒ Sometimes they have been small ƒ

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 35through the hull while he was using it, leaving a three foot hole. I can “x that, I thought. And I did. Before I knew any better and still lived in the frozen north (called the Midwest), I owned a little trailerable Balboa 20. She was my “rst plastic boat and I wasnt impressed. Beating through Lake Michigans Death Door Passage one cold and blustery day, with the bottom ”exing half-a-foot as we fell off each wave, made me want something bigger and sturdier. Next, I bought a Rhodes 28 that was half full of water and had a spongy deck. It was simple to “x and I had some great sailing on her, but I decided it was time to do some real cruising and felt the need for something bigger. Along came a Morgan Out Island 33. Not the prettiest boat but nearly new and my mate at the time said it was the smallest boat she could live on. It was also the biggest one I could afford, so that was convenient and on that boat I “nally made my escape from the land of ice and snow. In Florida I fell in love with a little Mariner 31. Never mind that it had no engine or fuel tank and needed an entirely new deck. A few months of hard work and that boat brought us back north to Annapolis where two of my children were born. Now with a tiny baby, we somehow ended up with a bank repo Roberts 45 ketch that caused my mate to cry when she spent her “rst day alone aboard but, after two years of hard work, became quite valuable. I realized though that it would be years before I could afford to go cruising on it, so I sold it. There was a Westsail 32 that we “nished from a nearly bare hull and on which another child was born. Once again we sailed away from the cold and cruised to 19 countries with my troupe of little kids aboard. Returning from that trip, I sold the Westsail, which later went on to round Cape Horn and win one of the Bermuda races in her class. I now had a succession of boat dates: sailing dinghies, daysailers, small and large cruising boats; none of which I really bonded with. Then along came a Colin Archer Ketch. I bought her as a derelict in an industrial boatyard near Baltimore with vines growing over the rotting deck and bees living in the bowsprit. She was beautiful! I rebuilt her, sailed her to nine more countries and sold when it was time to go back to work. A succession of interesting but not quite right boats followed including a Wauquiez 43 (I have a fear of heights), MEET THE ULTRAFEED Patents: #6499415, #7438009 LIVE DEMO I now had a succession of boat dates: sailing dinghies, daysailers, small and large cruising boats; none of which I really bonded with.

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36 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Seamanship & Voyaging a couple of Morgans; a 416 and 46, both of which I owned at the same time, keeping one in Florida and the other on Chesapeake Bay. Then there was a Downeaster 45 schooner that brought me back to the Caribbean, and which I have missed ever since. She was followed by a fabulous 58ft schooner named Kai Kanani I sold her to downsize ahead of a world cruise but after buying and out“tting a Corbin 39, along came an English woman with four kids who wanted to go cruising too, so I sold that boat and bought a 64ft steel brigantine with room for all the children. We sailed the brigantine to 11 countries in the Caribbean and the Paci“c, but eventually the lady left and took my crew with her. Finally I meet a real sailor lady. By then, all the kids were grown and had jumped ship, so I sold the brigantine and bought a Westsail 42, however, my new lady just never bonded with it and it was sold. Now we are on the lookout for yet another boat for still MORE cruising ƒ I should probably seek help. I realize that. But Ive had a blast playing with all those boats. I guess you could call me a sailboat playboy. Looking back, I know all my boats had their good and bad points. Some I wish I had never sold, others I wish I had never seen. I also know that there is no perfect boat but that I will probably keep on searching for it anyway til the day I die. And sometimes they have been in between ƒ

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38 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Seamanship & Voyaging As a yachtsman there are some things you never forget: The day you buy your boat; the day you sell your boat; the most idyllic landfall; the quickest passage and the most terrifying experience. For many Caribbean sailors the latter would be living through Hurricane Hugo. On September 17th 1989 one of the most intense hurricanes for decades was building in the Atlantic Ocean and heading towards the Virgin Islands. I was in the last stages of installing a new exhaust system on my boat Starry Night a Tayana 37, tied up at Village Cay Marina in Road Town, Tortola. My girlfriend Monique kept reminding me it was time to leave and “nd a safe anchorage. Because of the lateness of our departure, we surmised that possible anchorages on Peter Island and Norman Island would be crowded but that Francis Bay on St John would be a good choice. By late afternoon we were passing Leinster Bay; the squalls from the outer bands were already coming at decreasing intervals. I nosed into the bay to have a look; there was a good spot in the southeast corner in about 10ft. We decided to grab it. We got four anchors down; two on each of two rodes in the shape of a Y. The rodes were well protected with rubber hoses at cha“ng points and were bitter ended at the mast. All sails were stowed below; the hank-on jib and staysail were easy. The dinghy with outboard I tied fore and aft along the port quarter in case we had to abandon the boat. Night was falling, the squalls and wind were increasing and we looked forward to a miserable night The local radio station in Tortola was audible; however, protected by high hills on three sides, we could receive nothing on the VHF. The wind and driving rain increased and around midnight the boat was getting slammed badly. It would slew to one side with gunwales in the water, take up and then slew to the other side. When the boat was knocked down on her starboard beam ends the dinghy was blown upside down into the cockpit and gas started leaking MEMORIES OF HURRICANE HUGO 25 YEARS ON BY JULIAN PUTLEY Starry Night before hurricane Hugo

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 39out. The “rst time it happened I came up from below and threw it back in the water. The second time, I decided to tie it off the stern but after only minutes the painter was torn from the bow and it disappeared, cart-wheeling into the spume. During the early hours of the morning the shrieking wind was terrifying. Monique sat on the loo praying. (In a perceived evil in her life she prayed that if she was allowed to survive she would quit smoking … we survived, of course, and she hasnt smoked since). At one stage I heard an ominous clunk from the bow and crawled up there to take a look. A stainless steel cleat that held one of the anchor rodes had snapped off but luckily it jammed inside the bulwark. This slightly lengthened the rode, which fortunately altered a cha“ng point on the bobstay. I lengthened the rode on the other side too and crawled back to the cockpit and below. Monique had managed to make some hot tea. By this time the wind appeared to be shifting more southerly and we were well protected from this quarter … but still the shrieking winds continued. By about 6am dawn began to brighten the sky and we were able to see some of the damage. Several boats had parted from their ground tackle and fetched up on the southern shore … they all appeared to be abandoned. By mid morning we heard on the radio that the storm was off the eastern end of Puerto Rico and this was con“rmed by the wind direction, which was now tending south-southwest. At some stage during the night I had managed to get a piece of rigging wire jammed into my “nger and it was becoming swollen and infected. We found our dinghy up in the bushes; it was torn to shreds, the outboard ruined. We managed to get it ”oating and, with a salvaged paddle, brought it back to the boat. By afternoon the wind had subsided suf“ciently to get underway; I needed some antibiotics for my hand so we decided to make for Cruz Bay, St John where there was a clinic. It was closed so we tried Red Hook on St Thomas and there we saw the terrible destruction and devastation. Yachts were piled on top of each other on the beach at Muller Bay, many were sunk; one 40-footer had been ”ung onto the patio of a restaurant above the ferry dock. Hugo was a wake-up call. So many had underestimated the storm, made bad decisions on where to anchor and were unprepared. For our part we thanked our lucky stars because it was largely luck that had steered us to a safe anchorage.Lessons Learned:If a hurricane is forecast to travel from east to west (most do) and south of your position you need protection from the northeast, east, southeast and south. If the storm is forecast to travel north of your position you need protection from the north, northwest, west and southwest. The name Hugo will never be given to a hurricane again. Julian Putley is the author of  The Drinking Mans Guide to the BVI, Sunfun Calypso and Sunfun Gospel Hurricane Hugos sustained winds of 160mph made it brie”y a category 5 hurricane on the Saf“r Simpson scale, a catastrophic storm, as it approached the Lesser Antilles. It then maintained a category 4 status as it traversed south of the BVI. It made landfall on St Croix and Vieques, and the eye wall came close to Culebra causing devastation and the wrecking or sinking of over a hundred yachts in the anchorage of Ensenada Honda. Yachts that remained in Red Hook, St Thomas also suffered similarly. Both anchorages are exposed to the southeast with a long fetch. HUGO AFTERMATH

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40 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 CARIBBEAN BOATYARD UPDATE BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER Fall is the time many Caribbean boaters put their yacht on the hard to get work done in the yard. Here is an update on whats new in yards in the Caribbean.JAMAICAJamaica Customs is now stationed at the boatyard for your convenience, to assist with the importing of duty free items,Ž says Paul Dadd, general manager of the Errol Flynn Marina & Boatyard Located directly across from the marina on the Northeast side of West Harbor in Port Antonio, the yard also has a 100-ton Travelift and offers many services. In addition, Dadd adds, The boatyard stores approximately 16,500 gallons of diesel with high and low connections (45 and 11 gallons per minute, respectively) and 4500 gallons of gasoline. Pumps are located on one of our “nger piers and fuel is available seven days a week, 9:00 to 5:00pm. www.errol”ynnmarina.comDOMINICAN REPUBLIC IBC Shipyard became the exclusive dealer and service provider in the Dominican Republic for the following PUERTO RICOWe cleaned out the entire area, began the process of removing abandoned boats and are now investing $100,000 in the construction of 1,100 feet of additional tie down structures to securely accommodate monohulls and multihulls during the hurricane season, says Carolina Corral, associate at Putnam Bridge Funding, owners of the Puerto del Rey Marina in Fajardo. Additionally, the boatyard facilities are undergoing an estimated $1.5 million remodel to improve the layout and take full advantage of the space. There will be additional parking as well as areas for new contractors and dealers.Ž www.puertodelrey.com Puerto Del Rey, Puerto Rico

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 41 renowned nautical brands: Lopolights, OceanLED, Seakeeper Stabilizers and Volvo,Ž says Yollmary Genao. IBC Shipyard is a full-service facility located at the Casa de Campo Marina. www.ibinautica.netBRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDSNanny Cay Resort & Marina in Tortola, has introduced a quartet of new improvements. The islands “rst SaniSailor marine pump-out system was installed in November. Sol fuel dispensers were upgraded a month later to include two diesel and one gasoline dispenser, each with a 100ft hose. In May, Nanny Cay became an Automatic Identi“cation System (AIS) station, which can help to better control seagoing traf“c. In June, the company added a new Encyclon Inc. “ltration system; this adds another level of water “ltration for all of the boats hauled and pressured-washed annually. Nannycay.comST. MAARTENBest Boat Yard Services and Maintec each opened a new shop in August 2014,Ž says Sappho Spronk, at the St. Maarten Shipyard NV, located in Simpson Bay off the Airport Road. This will help contribute to Shipyard being an all-round fully operational yard for all current and prospective vessels/clients.Ž Best Boat Yard Services offerings include marine engineering, machining and fabrication, welding, vessel painting, electrical and communication systems and more. Maintec is a premier woodworking and “berglass company. www.stmaartenshipyard.com Island Water World Marina & Boatyard in Simpson Bay Lagoon, now has two working docks. Boats up to 26ft can be hauled, with most repairs on engines or boats undertaken by the company or project managed utilizing “rst class subcontractors. www.islandwaterworld.comST. KITTSCustoms is now based on the premises at St. Kitts Marine Works at Sandy Point. Our of“ce and of“ce staff are set up,Ž says manager, Capt. Bruce Berry. We also have installed 3-phase power on the compound. The 24-acre yard operates a 164 ton travel lift, do-it-yourself repair facilities and secure boat storage. www.skmw.netDOMINICAIn the near future, we plan to have a full service dock yard with travel lift of up to 45 tons. The boatyard will have all the U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDSWe are currently constructing an extension on our large drydock,Ž says Gene Kral, Sr., owner of Subbase Drydock in St. Thomas. When complete, we will be able to haul vessels up to 200ft long and weighing up to 1200 tons. The cost of the extension is estimated at $1,000,000.Ž The company offers a full-service machine shop and welding facility. We are also able to offer some onsite welding for vessels in Crown Bay Marina and Yacht Haven Grande,Ž Kral adds. www.subbasedrydock.com Subbase Drydock, St. Thomas Island Water World, St. Maarten Sint Maarten Shipyard

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42 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 skilled workmanship one would expect in any professional yard,Ž says Hubert Winston, at the Dominica Marine Center in Roseau. Currently, the Center has a power vessel dockyard in the Roseau area that handles only boats on trailers. www.dominicamarinecenter.comST. LUCIANew facilities at the IGY Rodney Bay Marina Boatyard are a bar and restaurant and an on-site chandlery and paint shed offering Hempel anti-fouling paints and primers, pressure washing, wholesale lubricants and more. New services include high-speed fuel pump with low sulfur diesel and sand blasting services. New amenities include container storage for all your detachable items. The improvements to our full-service boatyard have been made to provide an even greater range of service offerings,Ž says operations manager Sean Devaux. www.igy-rodneybay.com CARRIACOUWe are now an of“cial Port of Entry with on-site Customs and Immigration of“ce,Ž says Trevor Stanislaus, general manager of Carriacou Marina, Ltd. in Tyrrel Bay. We also have an Island Water World chandlery on-site, a new fuel dock with duty-free gasoline and diesel, a new engineering/ mechanical shop and upgraded docks with new electrical terminals. The yard has a 50-ton Marine Travelift and offers a full range of services. www.carriacoumarine.comBONAIRELots of things are new like on-site manufacturing of Flexiteek synthetic decking, soft sand/water blasting, and services such as Copperboat, Selden Mast, Liros Ropes and Doyle Sail,Ž says Lennart Lelle Davidsson at El Navegante NV now located at Kaya Rotterdam. www.navbon.comCURAAOCuraao Marine put its 60-ton Roodberg slipway trailer into operation at the beginning of the year. The addition of a social area underneath a tropical palapa was completed in late summer. Soon we will install a washing and drying unit on the premises for our guests,Ž says owner, Pierre Verbiesen. www.curacaomarine.comARUBADredging at the entrance channel to Varadero Aruba Marina & Boatyard in Oranjestad, to eight-feet now allows bigger boats. Since January, we can accommodate 300-plus boats on land,Ž says owner, Alex Mansur. varaderoaruba.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Caribbean Boatyard Update GRENADA As a part of modernizing our operations, we recently implemented a new computerized application for handling the administration and work management activities of the Boatyard. We have also begun to build our Project Management of“ce to serve our clients better,Ž says Jason Fletcher, owner of Grenada Marine located in St. David with an outpost of“ce on J Dock at Camper Nicholsons Port Louis Marina in St. Georges. grenadamarine.com Spice Island Marine Services in Prickly Bay, now has a technician onboard who can diagnose and repair electronics such as SC Systems, SSB Radio, PLCs, VHF radios and radar instruments. spiceislandmarine.com Curaao Marine Grenada Marine Spice Island Marine, Grenada

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44 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 A market trip on any Caribbean island reveals an array of knobby dirt-covered roots. These are some of the most popular starchy vegetables or provisions in the Caribbean, the stuff that sustained in times gone by when sun and draught caused widespread failure of lusher crops. These roots, plus a variety of other vegetables popular to the region, are plentiful on local plates. Breadfruit This volleyball-size veggie, with its patterned light green skin and white starchy ”esh, was introduced to the Caribbean in the 18th century by the infamous Capt. Bligh. Peel and cook like a potato: boil and mash, roast, pan-fry like hash browns, fry into chips or make a sweet breadfruit pudding. One-cup contains 227 calories, plus an adults daily requirement for vitamin C. Breadfruit is rich in B-vitamins, potassium and dietary “ber.CassavaKnown also as yucca and manioc, this six to 12-inch brownskinned root boasts a bright white “rm ”esh. There are two types, sweet and bitter, and they look the same so ask when buying. Sweet cassava can be boiled and eaten like a potato or cut up and added to soups and stews. The bitter type has a high amount of poisonous cyanide so it has to be processed into something like cassava meal before consumption. A 1 cup (1/2 of a medium-sized root) serving provides 330 calories, plus B-vitamins, vitamin C and potassium.ChayoteThink squash when considering how to cook this pear-shaped light-green veggie that also goes by the name christophine, cho-cho and mirliton. Its crisp bland ”avor is a perfect backdrop for spicy ingredients like a casserole topped with sharp cheddar, halved and “lled with a peppery beef mixture, or chopped up and added to a garlicky chicken soup. One whole veggie has only 39 calories, plus a number of nutrients like vitamin C, folate, zinc, copper and manganese.DasheenAlso called eddoe and taro, this big gnarly brown root with creamy white ”esh has a ”avour best described as a cross between a russet potato and Jerusalem artichoke. Cook it TROPICAL VEGETABLES SENIOR WRITER AND DIETICIAN CAROL BAREUTHER SELECTS HER TOP TEN! BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTOGRAPHY BY DEAN BARNES Breadfruit

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 45pusley, bata-bata and bower, to the greens that grow atop root vegetables like dasheen. Many are used to make a green soupy stew called kallaloo or callaloo. Boil, steam or saut, or stir-fry with olive oil, crushed garlic and a dash of black pepper. Leafy greens average 10 to 15 calories per 1-cup fresh. They are super healthy and rich in vitamins A, C and K, plus dietary “ber.Hot PeppersScotch Bonnets, golf-ball sized peppers that range in yellow, orange and red colors, are hot, hot, hot and what puts the “re in jerk seasoning. They can substitute for serrano, jalapenos and habaneros in recipes. Use to make hot sauce, cook with “sh, spike stews, mix in meatloaf and add to stir-fries, peas and rice and curried dishes. Each pepper provides 18 calories, plus over 100% of an adults daily vitamin C requirement.PlantainThey may look like an oversized banana, but dont eat them raw. Plantains need to be cooked. Cook by boiling, baking well before eating to drive off the calcium oxalate crystals that can irritate the lips, throat and stomach lining. Boil and serve with “sh or stewed salt“sh, add to hearty soups and stews, escallop like potatoes, or boil, then stir-fry with red peppers and green herbs as a side dish. Each 1-cup serving provides 116 calories, and nearly 1/5 of an adults daily recommended dietary “ber.Green-Skin AvocadoCompared to the smaller, blacker, Hass variety, the Caribbean avocado is larger with a light green shiny skin with up to 30% less fat and calories on a slice per slice basis. The higher water content in the Caribbean fruit makes it milder in taste. Slice and add uncooked to salads and sandwiches, make guacamole, or cut in half, remove the pit and stuff either with a hot spicy meat or cool seafood salad “lling. A 1-ounce slice serves up 34 calories. Its also a fair source of vitamin E.Leafy GreensThese range from familiar spinach, collard and mustard greens to strange-named greens like papalolo, whitie Mary, Casava Chayote Dasheen Green Caribbean Avocados Tania

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46 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Tropical Vegetables or frying when unripe and green skinned and serve as a side dish with meats, poultry and “sh or added to soups and stews. Mofongo is made of cooked green plantains mashed with garlic, olive oil and pork rinds. Ripe plantains are sweet. Tostones are twice-fried green plantains. The blacker the skin the better for slicing and baking in the oven with cinnamon sugar and served with ice cream. One medium-sized plantain has 218 calories. Its rich in vitamins A and C and potassium.PumpkinSimilar in ”avor to butternut and Hubbard variety winter squash, the West Indian pumpkin or calabaza is basketball sized with a green and tan striped exterior and neon orange ”esh. Slice and bake in the oven with butter and cinnamon sugar, boil and puree to add creaminess to beef or poultry soups, or cut in bite-sized chunks and cook with seasonings such as onion, garlic and bell pepper in steamed long-grain white rice. One-cup of cubes contains nearly twice the daily requirement for vitamin A with only 30 calories.TanniaThis popular ground provision, also called malanga or yautia, is a rough brown-skinned root with a whitishpink nutty-tasting ”esh that is best boiled and mashed. Season with salt and pepper, garlic and fresh chives. Add butter and Parmesan cheese. Shred the uncooked peeled ”esh, mixed with chopped scallions, season with salt and pepper and, using a tablespoon, drop in a hot skillet to make fritters. There are 298 calories in an average root. Its full of vitamin C, B-vitamins and minerals like magnesium, zinc and iron. Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. Local Greens Hot Peppers Scotch Bonnets Green Plantain & Tostones West Indian Pumpkin

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 49 Bahamas The Exuma Cays in the central Bahamas are some of the most beautiful islands you will come across. Not only are their beaches and anchorages picture-perfect but their people are friendly and welcoming. There are over 360 cays and islets that make up this chain covering over 100 miles of boundless blue sea. The islands are low-lying and made up of limestone and not volcanic lava as you might imagine. You will “nd soft white sand beaches; tall shady palm trees and lofty century plants growing amongst shrubs and cacti. Many plants and trees thrive despite only a thin soil over the limestone rock. But THE EXUMA ISLANDS its the water stretching for miles in its sublime aquamarines and shades of pastel blues that evoke feelings of awe. In an effort to protect some of this pristine beauty the Exumas Land and Sea Park was established. Set up to protect the diverse and rich marine life under the water as well as the endangered species above, the park is preserving the environment so future generations can enjoy it. The park encompasses 176 square miles; it covers a section of the Exumas that starts at Wax Cay Cut and runs 22-miles south to Conch Cut. Within the park boundaries a set of rules and regulations are in place to look after and protect the area. FIFTY SHADES OF BLUESTORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROSIE BURR North anchorage at Warderick Wells The infamous Chat n Chill Beach at Stocking Island David Copperfields Piano and Mermaid at Rudder Cay

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50 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Bahamas These islands have a lot to offer the cruising sailor. On the windward side of the Exuma cays is Exuma Sound, a deep and wide body of water between Eleuthera and Cat Island. Here the seas can build up and caution should be taken when navigating the cuts between the islands. On the west side of the islands are the shallow banks and the generally more protected waters. Each Island has its own ”avour and points of interest. George Town, in Great Exuma, is the southernmost gathering point for many cruisers. Daily activities take place at Chat n Chill or Volley Ball Beach on Stocking Island. Paths have been cut across the narrow strip of land to the more rugged beaches on the windward side. Boats anchor in the popular Elizabeth Harbour off Hamburger Beach, Volley Ball Beach, Sand Dollar Beach on Stocking Island or off George Town on Great Exuma. Your draft dictates which islands you get to see on your way north and whether you take the inside or outside route. Perhaps you want to stop at a private island like Musha Cay, belonging to the famous illusionist David Copper“eld, and “nd the underwater sculpture of a mermaid and full sized piano created for him by well-known sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. Or explore the caves and snorkel the colourful coral heads off Rudder Cay. If you want to visit a local community in action, undeveloped by major tourism, then dont miss Black Point on Great Guana Cay or Little Farmers Cay. Sample the local bread, try the local bars, visit the driftTHANK THEM FOR THEIR SUPPORT!LOVE ALL AT SEA ? Tell an advertiser, I saw it in The swimming pigs at Stanial Cay

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52 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 of this satis“es and you simply want a stunning secluded beach where the sea gently laps the rippled shoreline, then Shroud Cay or Hawksbill Cay are spectacular. Because the islands are made of limestone, the shorelines have been eroded by the elements leaving caves and blowholes which make for interesting exploration throughout the islands. There are miles of powdery beaches slipping into crystal-clear water waiting to be discovered and excellent snorkelling or diving opportunities at every corner. Sailing around the Exuma islands rivals some of the best in the world, so dont leave it too long before you visit this stunning archipelago. Rosie and her husband Sim Hoggarth on yacht Wandering Star have cruised the Caribbean and North America fulltime for nine years. Visit their blog: www.yachtwanderingstar.com Bahamas wood garden or do your laundry and catch up on Emails via wi“. If you fancy something a little more unusual then try the swimming pigs at Big Majors Spot or snorkel the underwater caves at Thunderball Grotto … the “lm site for not one but two James Bond “lms. Go at slack water and make sure you swim the vibrant coral around the outside of the grotto, too. Warderick Wells is the headquarters for the Exumas Land and Sea Park. If its natural beauty you want, the popular north mooring “eld is a palette of unsurpassed blues. Ashore, you can check out the skeleton of a 53ft sperm whale at Power Beach or look for the native hutia … a rodent-like animal. You can explore the myriad of trails that crisscross the island perhaps taking the Boo Boo trail to Boo Boo Hill on the eastern side where you pass a blowhole, or leave your boat name on a piece of driftwood at the top of Boo Boo Hill. At Allans Cay, you can mingle on the beach with the indigenous Rock Iguana. And if none Exumas Land and Sea Park Take only pictures and leave only footprints

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54 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 United States Virgin Islands VIRGIN ISLANDS GAME FISHING CLUBS KIDS FISHING TOURNAMENTEight-year-old Tamika Peets dangled her “shing rods squid-baited hook in the waters off the docks at St. Thomas IGY American Yacht Harbor Marina. Peets could hear the screams of her fellow anglers competing in the Virgin Islands Game Fishing Clubs Kids Fishing Tournament as they caught “sh, yet the nibbles she received just werent turning into bites. Half-way through the morning, tournament director Paul Meyer felt a tug on his shirt. Could he teach her how to “sh, Peets asked? No problem! With only two minutes left until lines out and to the cheers of scores of her fellow anglers, Peets reeled in a LITTLE FRY HAVE BIG FUN! puffer “sh that she proudly brought to the V.I. Department of Planning & Natural Resources (DPNR) Fish & Wildlifepersonnel manned scales. Id like to go “shing again,Ž she said with a smile. Over 200 anglers ages 12 years and under took part in this annual event, designed to introduce kids to the love of sport “shing. Everyone who tried their luck wasnt disappointed. I was reeling my line in so I could re-cast it and saw that I had already caught a “sh,Ž explains 11-year-old Kamryn Redlin, who hooked the “rst of many puffer “sh. Ten-year-old Omari Challenger caught two puffer “sh, Kamryn Redlin catches a puffer fish A crowd of kids and their parents fish on the docks of IGYs American Yacht Harbor

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 55 one right after the other. My Dad taught me how to wind the line in. It was pretty exciting.Ž Robbie Richards, age seven, scored a trio of puffers. Im trying to catch more.Ž Fish werent the only marine life that made it to the scales. I caught a crab,Ž says ten-year-old Jnicia Rubaine. It grabbed at my bait and I reeled it in. They showed me that it was a female and had eggs, so I threw it back in the water.Ž Puffer “sh, snapper, grunt, barracuda, blennies and a couple of crabs were among the days catch. Junior anglers practiced conservation by keeping their “sh in a bucket of seawater until weighed and then released their catch back into the sea. The bay here in Red Hook is a mangrove lagoon which serves as a nursery for reef “sh,Ž explains Roy Pemberton, Jr., director of the DPNRs Division of Fish & Wildlife. Most of what was caught were juvenile, but we had some adult “sh too.Ž There was no problem generating excitement for the tournament, says Jackie Brown, unit director of the St. Thomas Boys & Girls Club, who brought 30 young anglers. I told the children to meet at 7am and everybody was there before me this morning.Ž The overwhelming success of the tournament played out over the young faces as they ate pizza and drank cold drinks. Even though not all participants reeled in a “sh, or won a prize, everyone did catch a day full of fun. We had kids who had never touched a “shing rod before and those who regularly go “shing,Ž says Meyer. It was a really great day!Ž The “rst 200 kids to register received free entry, which included a T-shirt, back pack, rod and reel, and pizza for lunch. Prizes included tackle boxes, boogie boards, paddleball sets, gift certi“cates, cash and much more, awarded in two age groups: Up to six years and seven to twelve years. Report by Carol M. Bareuther RESULTSAGES 6 & UNDER Biggest Fish: DMauri Richardson, 508.5 grams Most Fish: Trissy Callwood-Turbe, 17 Smallest Fish: Conner Richardson, 9 grams AGES 7 TO 12 Biggest Fish: Ethan Fernandez, 734.5 grams Most Fish: Naya Callwood-Turbe, 11 Smallest Fish: Lucas Hamlin, 15.5 grams

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56 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Gorda. Thats why this is so great, I didnt have to travel far to participate,Ž says Petersen, who plans to move up to a 30-footer by next year. Derrick Bryan, who skippered his 38ft cigarette boat, Unexpected into second place with two kings, two queens and an eight, liked the suspense best. You can go fast, go island to island, see all the boats, but you never know if you have a good hand until the end when you get back and see the cards that everyone else has,Ž says Bryan. Thats the fun.Ž The overwhelmingly positive community response to USVI Stars & Stripes Poker Run has organizers already thinking ahead and planning for 2015. The goal is to build a brand for the USVI and grow the event into international acclaim,Ž says Sprauve. This would help to boost our marine sector, and boost the tourism economy from visitors coming down to watch and participate. We also want to get more locals, especially kids, out on the water as well as involved in learning valuable skills like the building and repair of engines.Ž The USVI Stars & Stripes Poker Run bene“ted Downtown Revitalization Inc. and My Brothers Workshop. For more information, visit: www.usvipokerrun.com Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. United States Virgin Islands The need for speed drew 24 entries to the “rst annual USVI Stars & Stripes Poker Run, hosted out of Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, on July 6th. However, it was the luck of the draw that earned Rasheed Rasco St. Juste and his team aboard the 22ft Paramount, G-6 the win with three nines, a Jack of Spades and three of Clubs. Even more so, it was the camaraderie of a rally rather than the competitive nature of a race that made the event an outstanding success and planted the ”ag for the territory to host even grander international Poker Runs in years to come. Ive watched the growing success of the Poker Run up at Leverick Bay, in the BVI, and thought we had the perfect location to host a similar event here,Ž says Guilderoy Sprauve, who, along with his brother Galen Sprauve and friend Clarence Brown, organized the event. All three gentlemen are powerboat enthusiasts from childhood, like many other of the events skippers. Guilderoy organized rather than raced his 34ft Scarab in this inaugural event. However, in years to come he hopes to throttle up the rare 37ft Scorpion he found as part of an estate sale in Alabama. The run or course proved an idyllic hop between stops in St. Thomas and St. John. The Charlotte Amalie Waterfront served as the start/“nish. After that, each boats team had their pick of a playing card at stops in Red Hook at Seor Frogs, at Coki Point, the Beach Bar in Cruz Bay, Island Flavor in Crown Bay and “nally the Kon Tiki in Brewers Bay. Whats really great is seeing the boats and the people at the stops and limin together,Ž says David Petersen, whose two aces, two eights and a jack earned him third place. Petersen, an avid racer since age 13, has participated annually in St. Thomas and St. John Carnival boat races aboard his 21ft Superboat, Substance Ive always wanted to do the Leverick Bay Poker Run, but my boat is too small to get all the way up to Virgin TWENTYFOUR ENTRIES IN INAUGURAL USVI STARS & STRIPES POKER RUN BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER PHOTO: DEAN BARNES First Place Team G-6 (left) and second place Team Unexpected with their prizes at the downtown Charlotte Amalie block party and awards

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58 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 United States Virgin Islands Paralympic sailing made its of“cial debut at the Sydney, Australia Paralympic Games in 2000. Now, for the very “rst time, the U.S. Virgin Islands has a Paralympic Sailing Team that, in a very short time, has grown from a concept to a reality this was made possible through the efforts of Team Coach John Foster and Team Coordinator Jan Robinson. The team recently returned from The C. Thomas Clagett Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta, held in Newport, R.I. The mission of the regatta is to provide sailors with disabilities the opportunity to improve their skills and reach personal REACHING FOR SUCCESS U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, FIRSTEVER PARALYMPIC SAILING TEAMSTORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY CAPTAIN JAN ROBINSON goals through world-class coaching and competition. Canada, the USA, and the U.S. Virgin Islands were represented with 51 competitors in three Paralympic classes: The three-person Sonar; two-person SKud-18, and the singlehanded 2.4mR. The U.S. Virgin Island team competed in two of the three classes. Top international coaches attended the regatta including Betsy Alison (a “ve-time Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year, inductee in the 2011 inaugural class of the National Sailing Hall of Fame, and Paralympic Coach of the U.S. Sailing Team), Mike Ingham, Craig Guthrie, Mike Pinckney and The Team leaving the dock: Walter Schenk (port side, stern) and Jim Kerr; Skipper Dave Flaherty has the tiller and Bob Blackwell wears the big hat

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60 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 years later “nished second at the 1966 Free World Modern Pentathlon Championships in Sardinia. He was an eighttime All American in swimming, setting records in 1957 and again in 1962. Having moved to the U.S. Virgin Islands, his winning ways continued throughout the 1980s in the sport of fencing; culminating with participation in the 1983 Pan American Games in Caracas, Venezuela, and for the U.S. Virgin Islands at the 1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles. Drawn to sailing, Jim was part of the winning team for 1983 Rolex International Regatta. Jim summed it up best when he said, that was all long ago and I certainly thought my days of high level competitive World Championship competitions were over. Over, that is, until Jan Robinson, coordinator of the U.S. Virgin Islands Paralympic Sailing Team called and wanted me to meet with John Foster, the head coach. They were interested in me joining the team. I mulled it over, for at least a millisecond; because Ive been catastrophically blind since age 67, “ve years ago.Ž Now the challenge is set as the team next travels to Halifax, Canada, August 12 … 25th, to participate in quali“cation races with an eye toward Rio, host city for the 2016 Paralympic Games! Follow the Virgin Island Paralympic Sailing Team on Facebook: www.facebook.com/USVISailing 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: 704277-6521. United States Virgin Islands Marko Dahlberg. The coaches not only held clinics but also took to the water to observe and advise the participants. Sailing was followed by a debrie“ng and a collective sharing of knowledge. The competition began in chilly Narragansett Bay with the sailors facing the challenges of morning fog, shifting winds and tricky currents. Saint Croixs Antonio (Tony) Sanpere made a perfect start and took the lead around the windward mark. Coach Foster commented, The Sonar team really pulled together, being their “rst time out.Ž This was Walter Schenk and Jim Kerrs debut with the team along with Skipper Dave Flaherty and Bob Blackwell. Each team participant has a unique story and one that sets a great example for others. By sharing those unique stories, we come to appreciate their amazing will and determination as they strive for success. Lets meet the two newest team members: Walter Schenk was shot multiple times in a robbery gone bad in St. Thomas 18 years ago. He remained in a coma for six weeks and was paralyzed from the neck down as a result of his injuries. Following a number of major operations that left two bullets in his body to this day, he went through painstaking rehab at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia. As a result of continuing rehab over many years, and dogged determination that would be the envy of anyone, Walter is now able to walk, however, balance is a challenge and so a walking cane provides the help that he needs. Jim Kerr is the second new member of the team. Jim was very active in his younger years. At age 24, he represented the United States in the 1964 Games in Tokyo, taking the silver medal in the Modern Pentathlon team event, and two The U.S. Virgin Islands Paralympic Sailing Team and friends: (from left, standing) Tony Sanpere, Bob Blackwell, James Carney, John Foster, Jan Robinson, Dave Flaherty, Jim Kerr (sitting, left) and Walter Schenk (right)

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62 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 How can one not love an island with two harmonious countries, three languages, cheese, wine, baguettes, and a racing ”eet of misses: Miss Tyknight, Miss Issippi, Miss Spent and my personal favorite, Miss Tandfog ? We had visited St. Maarten/St. Martin in 2011, staying four weeks instead of the planned two because of her charms, and we opted to visit St. Maarten once again before sailing to the Azores because we knew the island also offered excellent marine services, a population of experienced Atlantic voyagers, and good stores for provisioning. While we dont like to participate in rallies, I did want to meet and chat with others who were setting out in roughly the same direction at roughly the same time. We arrived in Philipsburg on April 23 to haul out at Bobbys Marina for the expected one week that lasted ten days. Haul STICKY SINT MAARTENBY BARBARA HART St. Maarten / St. Martin outs are like that. While we did have a few surprise projects, the delay was due more to our timing as we hauled out during the celebrations for both Carnival Day and Kings Day. Our real work began once we were at anchor in Simpson Bay, where we concentrated on crossing things off the numerous lists: Boat projects, spare parts, provisioning, stowage, and the inevitable (and often worse) Unexpected Projects. Things stored for short hops and life at anchor had to be repositioned in a better location or to make room for things that would be more important. We had to make a comfortable sea bunk for a long passage, instead of a make-do sea bunk previously used for four and “ve day cruises. Tools were moved to make room for canned goods, and toiletries were moved to make room for tools. As EW said, We will not be cruising, we will be voyaging. Theres a difference.Ž We know where we want to go but can we leave St. Maarten?

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64 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 St. Maarten / St. Martin DUTCH SIDE … Bridge Operator VHF Ch. 12 FRENCH SIDE Bridge Operator VHF Ch. 16 / Tel: (590) 87 20 43 Outbound & Inbound (Outbound Traffic proceeds Inbound Traffic) 0900 hours 1430 hours 1730 hours BRIDGE OPENING TIMES Dutch & French St. Martin SIMPSON BAY BRIDGE:Outbound Inbound 0830 hours 0930 hours 1030 hours 1130 hours 1600 hours 1500 hours 1700 hoursCAUSEWAY BRIDGE:Inbound & Outbound Traffic 0815 hours 0945 hours 1515 hours 1015 hours 1145 hours 1545 hours 1715 hoursThe above times are now in affect. After a period of three months, an assessment will follow to determine if changes need to be made or whether the bridge times will remain as published. Sundays & Public Holidays0900 hours 1730 hoursOn Call for In & Outbound traffic While we have hauled out twice before in the Caribbean and tackled boat projects on a weekly basis, this round of projects took on a new urgency. We wanted to leave St. Maarten in May and easily had enough work to “ll our days. That meant we would not be enjoying all the charms of the island; this time I could only watch with envy while others swam, kayaked, snorkeled, and hiked. At Bobbys Marina cruise ship passengers trouped by on their way to the beach and shops, and each day one of the men would engage EW as he worked on the prop or hull. The passenger would invariably express interest in our plans and envy of our lifestyle, but the wife would watch me clamber up a 14ft ladder with a bucket of water or groceries, and tug her spouse back to a cruise ship with all the amenities. Twice, while we were at anchor, EW chatted with Gary Seivert, a tourist from Buffalo who kayaked each day while his wife relaxed on the beach. I envied both of them as I poured through cruising cookbooks, vacuum packed coffee and oatmeal, cleaned, reorganized, sewed, and shopped. We had drinks with other cruisers and a few wonderful evenings with cruising friends from S/V Kookaburra who sailed over from St. Thomas for a last goodbye before they headed west to the San Blas Islands. Otherwise, we focused time and energy on preparing for the crossing. A number of boats left before we were ready, and then we and others waited for favorable weather while we crossed still more things off the lists. Finally, on May 26th we hauled anchor and left Simpson Bay, heading north for a circle route to the Azores. Forty-two days later, on July 7, we arrived in Horta. Time on the hard 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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66 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Dominica Marine CenterEngine Sales and Repairs Dealer and agent for Northern Lights, Yanmar Marine, Mercury Marine, Suzuki Marine, Mercruiser, Cummins, Boston Whaler, and Budget Marine. Roseau +767-440-BOAT (2628) Portsmouth +767-445-4322 info@dominicamarinecenter.com Situated on the north of Antigua close to the international airport and the city of St. John's where shopping, supermarkets, banks and all the normal services usually available in a capital city can be found. The most modern marine facility in Antigua with a large capacity for storage ashore on a concrete base with welded stands and tie downs. Undercover storage also available. Pressure washing, hull scraping, water supply and repair services. Dockage, slipway launching facilities, tender storage. Workshops and store rooms available short term leases. 150 ton travel lift, 30 ft beam. 50% advance deposit. All charges in US$. Rates available on request. All vessels must have 3rd party insurance. Some berthing available. For Further Information, Bookings and Rates, NORTH SOUND MARINA St. Maarten / St. Martin Le Phare Bleu Marina & Holiday Resort60 slips for boats up to 120 feet and 15 draft port of entry -showers, lounge, pool, two restaurants & bars fuel & gasoline minimarket, car rental, laundryPetite Calivigny Bay, St. Georges, Grenada W.I. POS 120011N / 614329WVHF CH 16 !" phone 473 444 2400 www.lepharebleu.com Yes, that would have been an extremely long crossing if wed spent all of it going in the right direction, but the sticky harbor of Sint Maarten wasnt done with us. Three days after our departure, our auto-pilot died. After a brief meeting in the cockpit, EW and I agreed that wed turn back to St. Maarten with “ngers crossed that wed be able to start out again within a week. We anchored in Simpson Bay on June 2nd and immediately began to dismantle the master stateroom so EW could access the auto pilot. With help from Brad, a sailing mechanic from S/V Quartette and Rusty, the hydraulic wizard from FKG Rigging, many hours of labor, a few cuss words, and money„always money, EW took care of the repairs whilst I replenished the provisions and made a few corrections on my projects. After all, one learns more about how things work at sea by going to sea. I bought a foam cover for the sea bunk and more “rmly attached the lee cloth to the bulkhead; I mended the jib; I “xed the netting in the galley cupboards; I kept busy. The repairs were completed on June 15. On June 16th we raised the anchor again and set out for the Azores. The real trip took 21 days, during which the auto pilot worked perfectly, as did all other things. We had light winds and drifted for the better part of two days, but we saw dolphins, whales, and a few cargo ships. We had plenty to eat, we slept well, we read, played guitar, wrote, laughed, talked, and took care of normal maintenance and cleaning. It was the nearly perfect crossing, from the sticky, nearly perfect, provisioning/ preparation headquarters that is the island of Sint Maarten. To follow Barbara and EWs adventures, visit: www. HartsAtSea.com Chatting with curious cruise ship passengers

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68 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Curaao You instantly know that someone likes what they do when their professional and playtime pursuits are very similar. Plus, its certainly a vote of con“dence if this same person is the owner of the boatyard where you plan to get your yacht repaired, rebuilt or re“tted. Enthusiasm and experience are two words that aptly describe Pierre Verbiesen. Verbiesen is the owner of Curaao Marine, a 25,000-square meter boatyard located on Schottegat Harbor, in the islands capital of Willemstad. For Verbiesen, life on boats began at the age of 15, when his father bought a 12-meter motor yacht. Born in Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, Verbiesen and his brother helped their father to “nish the boat and the trio enjoyed short trips to the south of Holland and longer vacations when time permitted. He later served in the Dutch Army and earned his Green Beret, then had an opportunity to work on the Oosterschelde, one of the largest sea defense/ dike systems in the Netherlands. His jobs here ranged from rigging to boat handling. Afterwards, although Verbiesen liked sailing on big commercial vessels, he took the advice of his father to attend Dredge Master School. I am happy now that I listened to my father because dredging to me is more challenging than just running a boat from point A to point B,Ž he says. With dredging there was never a dull day. Plus, as a dredge master, I got to work all over the worldŽ After 16 years working as an expat Verbiesen decided to spend more time with family. His brother-in-law lived in Curaao and Verbiesen joined him to start a small yard. The two soon realized that the facility was too small for their goals, applied to the Dutch government for funding and started developing the new location, which is the present day Curaao Marine. In the last several years Curaao has proved a popular location during the Caribbeans hurricane season. We are below the hurricane belt with a dry climate. Its also safe here and there are good ”ight connections,Ž Verbiesen tells. We started with mostly sailing (cruising) yachts, but see more motoryachts from the islands and Venezuela now. More and more people are “nding us and this resulted in a full yard this year.Ž Curaao Marine is a storage and maintenance yard. Work here includes everything from the repair of wooden masts to the complete repair and renovation and repair of older yachts. New, is an on-site meeting place. The need for this grew out of the popularity of the free monthly BBQs Verbiesen has hosted for the yards customers. The new meeting place is “tted with a 70-inch screen Cable TV. Other new additions include a 60-ton boat trailer, a Facebook Page and regular newsletter. Curaao Marine cannot expand anymore in size, but we can update it and make it better for our customers,Ž says Verbiesen. Maybe later, if the government starts the GreenTown plan, we will be able to start a second marina and yard in Annabay, Willemstad.Ž Green Town Curaao in a sustainable, environmentallyfriendly initiative to replace the islands oil re“nery with a green city district around Willemstad harbor. In the meantime, what Verbiesen enjoys most during his time off is working on the repair and restoration of his 1965-built 65ft aluminum Long Range trawler which he bought four years ago. I didnt anticipate the time I could spend on it, but I do enjoy working on it. I am keeping the outside classic and will be making the inside like a modern day megayacht.Ž Carol M. Bareuther, RD, is a St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands based marine writer and registered dietitian. PROFILE: CURAAO MARINES PIERRE VERBIESEN BY CAROL M. BAREUTHER

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74 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 CaribbeanSeaC uraao Bonaire Aruba Great Inagua Island Grand C ayman Little C ayman C aymanBrac C ayman Islands Montserrat U. S Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Anguilla S t.Maarten/ S t.Martin S t.Barthelemy Guadeloupe skitos p ielago de s delToro Tobago Trinidad S t. Vincent & Bequia The Grenadines S t. Lucia S t. Kitts & Nevis Martinique Grenada Dominic a Barbados Barbuda AntiguaC olombiaPuerto Rico Panama Jamaica Haiti Dominican RepublicVenezuelaC arriacou Marie-Galante S t. Eustatius ISLAND REAL ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTY 2 1 3 5 4 2 Oyster Pond, St. Maarten. Land ideal for a home where yachtsmen can keep an eye on their yacht. Almost half an acre (2,392-sq. yds.) of gentle sloping land with scenic views over Oyster Pond and the Caribbean. The property includes planning permission for a home and is within close proximity of the beach, the anchorage and all amenities. Price: USD $420,000 STEWART ANDREWS, Caribbean Land & Property consultant@caribbeanlandandproperty.com www.caribbeanlandandproperty.com Of“ce: (767) 449-7814 1 Portland, Jamaica. See the sea and mountains from this 3 BR 2 BA residential villa. Theres a built-in kitchen and garden area inside, while outside features a verandah and private yard with fruit trees. Private, quiet, and family-oriented. Price: USD $135,000 JACQUI NEIL, Century 21 Heave-Ho info@real-estate-jamaica.com www.real-estate-jamaica.com Of“ce: (876) 993 7259 | Cell: (876) 364 6213 Island Real Estate Guide To display your Real Estate in All At Sea contact advertising@allatsea.net Island Real Estate Guide

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76 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Almond Grove Estates, St. Maarten. This quintessential Caribbean home showcased in the NY Times features an outdoor kitchen and BBQ area with exotic “xtures from old-world France, including an authentic 100 year old brick pizza oven! All 4 BR overlook the in“nity-edge pool, cascading on to Simpson Bay Lagoon and the azure Caribbean Sea. Mature tropical gardens provides a Zen-like place to relax. Price USD: $1,750,000 RODGER BOUTELLE, Paradise Found Real Estate Rodger@ParadiseFoundSXM.com www.ParadiseFoundSXM.com Cell: (721) 587-5555 3 5 St. Peter, Barbados. This exquisite 3BR condo located near Speightstown on the exquisite West Coast is “nished to a high standard with custom designed kitchen, marble bathrooms and stylish tropical furnishings, including original Barbadian artwork. Each bedroom has en suite facilities and the master bedroom has a Jacuzzi bath. Two bedrooms open to sea view balconies and dining is al fresco on the main balcony. Price: USD $1,800,000 GEMMA HOLDER, Terra Caribbean gemma.holder@terracaribbean.com Cell: (246) 836-2686 | (246) 434-9000 4 Carriacou Island. Set on an approximate 1.5-acres of prime waterfront land, with expansive views of neighboring Grenadine islands and the Atlantic Ocean, this peaceful secluded villa is surrounded by beautifully landscaped tropical gardens. The villas clean, modern architectural lines are an exquisite contrast against the palms waving in the cool Caribbean breezes. Price: USD $1,450,000 CAROLYN ALEXANDER, Carriacou Real Estate Ltd. islander@spiceisle.com | www.carriacou.net Cell: (473) 405-4545 | Of“ce: (473) 443-8187 MR. VAZQUEZ: 787.753.1983 / 787.630.5300FOR SALE: 2,000 Sq. MTS Waterfront Lot with Dock CULEBRA, PRIsland Real Estate Guide 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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84 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Brokerage $38,500 40 Hunter Legend 1986Contact TXJimmie1@aol.com832 9325070 713 8187701 GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS Lubbe-Voss 42. Designed by Sparkman & Stevens.Steel. 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! RETIREMENT SALE: Well established, very successful, highly pro“table DAY CHARTER business for sale in BVI. TWO FULLY EQUIPPED 48ft Privilege Catamarans, Turnkey opportunity. aristocat@surfbvi.com or call 1 284 499 1249CONTACT STEVE www.aristocatcharters.com

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86 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 SELL YOUR BOAT HERE!Starting at just $50/monthadvertising@allatsea.netBrokerage Yacht Sales Management DeliveriesOf“ce: 1(284) 494 0054 Cell: 1(284) 542 0591 info@123hulls.comVisit our of“ce at Manual Reef Marinawww.123hulls.com Buying or Selling Monohull, Catamaran or Trimaran Motor or Sail At 123 Hulls, we ful“ll your needs & exceed your expectations Featured Boat of the MonthOf“ce: 1(284) 494 0054 Cell: 1(284) 542 0591 info@123hulls.comwww.123hulls.com Completely refurbished and updated luxuriously appointed, blue water, high performance 65 Alex Simonis designed catamaran ready to sail the world or put into charter. Very motivated seller asking $1.3 mil after spending over $600k in the last 3 years. Looking for the ultimate ocean steel liveaboard cruiser?Look no further!! $122,000Can make money with!!www.dutchlove.com CUSTOM HERMANSON 44 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 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 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 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 Trawler DeFever 41 CONTACT: ricardohurst@yahoo.com787 644 7603 With trailer for easy shipping (owner can arrange) Many extras, St. Maarten based, for info paul@lagoon-marina.com CORSAIR 36 CORSAIR 36 A good opportunity to get one for a good price, just reduced again to USD 179,000 THANK THEM FOR THEIR SUPPORT!LOVE ALL AT SEA ? Tell an advertiser, I saw it in

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90 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Marketplace AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE ST. THOMAS, USVI VI Alternators and Starters M AR IN E ST. THOMAS, USV Toll Free: 1-844-467-8278 Melvin Donovan, Rebuilder melloauto1@aol.com 6113 Estate Frydenhoj, 2-Y St. Thomas, USVI 00802 MUST CALL FOR NEW LOCATION AND DELIVERY INSTALLATIONS, PICKUP & DELIVERY GENERATOR REPAIR AVAILABLE Voted the BEST in the V.I. Voted the BEST in the V.I. The BVIs metal experts for 35 years! m m m m m m e e e e t t t a a a a a a l l l l l b b b b b y y y y d d d d d d d d d d e e e e e e e e e e s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s i i i i i i i i i i g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g n n n n n n n n n n n n COMPLETE machine shop & fabrication services www.nautool.com SAILING HARDWARE: www.nautos-usa.com SAILINGHARDWARE Virgin IslandsMarine Re“nishing Virgin Islands Marine Renishing Nanny Cay Boatyard, Tortola, BVICONTACT: Eddievimre“nishing@yahoo.comPH: 284-494-0361MOBILE: 284-499-1636We Take Pride in Our WorkŽ OSMOSIS PROBLEMS? Our HotVac gets you back on the water quickly, and reduces the likelihood of osmosis re-occurrence. IN ADDITION, WE PROVIDE SERVICES IN: HART SYSTEMS, INC. PH 253-858-8481 FAX 253-858-8486www.tanktender.com TANK TENDERAccurate tank soundings have never been easier when one TANK TENDER monitors up to ten fuel and water tanks. Reliable non-electric and easy to install. THE ORIGINAL PRECISION TANK MEASURING SYSTEM! Over 30 Years Experience in South FloridaWe can provide superior coverage at lower cost. Call Joe for a fast quote! 305-992-3482www.kolisch.net Email: joe@kolisch.netKolisch Marine InsuranceYacht Insurance Brokers M M WE SHIP EVERYWHERE For Parts Call800-338-0645 FAX 732-264-2472 ORDER ONLINE AT:

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 91 Marketplace St. Kitts Marine WorksLOCATED AT NEW GUINEA, ST. KITTS Long 62 50.1 W Lat 17 20.3 N BOAT YARD Haul & Storage Special 5% discount for full payment. Haul and Launch $11 / ft. Storage $8 / ft / month. Beat the Hurricane season rush. Have access to your vessel to be launched at any time and not get stuck behind other boats. Tie down available ($3/ft), backhoe available ($100/hr) to dig hole to put keel down in etc. Pressure wash, Mechanics ($45/hr), Electricians ($45/hr), Welding and Carpenters available. Our 164 ton Travel Lift has ability for boats up to 35 ft wide and 120 feet long. We allow you to do your own work on your boat. No extra charge for Catamarans. 24 hr manned Security, completely fenced property with CCTV. Water and electricity available. FREE high speed Wi.www.skmw.net+1 869 662 8930 email: Bentels@hotmail.comREGULAR HOURS FOR HAUL: Monday to Thurs 8am to 3pm Fridays 8am to Noon 10% OFF for “rst 25 boats staying for the HURRICANE SEASON PAYMENTS … Cash (EC or US$), Visa, Master, Discover & travellers checks (must sign in front of us with ID) Agents for Fiorentino Offshore Anchor with Para-Ringlandfallnav.com/offshore ARE YOU READY? Revere Offshore Commander Life Raftlandfallnav.com/offshorecomm HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE. Landfall has the gear you need to be prepared„and stay safe. Find books and guides, clothing, charts, hardware, and more from the best brands on the water. WE SHIP DAILY TO THE CARIBBEAN. All it takes is a call or click. Like us on Facebook for great deals, and shop online anytime! 800-941-2219landfallnav.com 2014 Landfall Navigation. All rights reserved. SAFETY | NAVIGATION | REFERENCE | WEAR

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92 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Marketplace Let Hydrovane sail you home safelyAutopilot fails Batteries are dead Engine wont start Steering broken Rudder damaged Crew incapacitatedWHAT IF...Totally independent self-steering system and emergency rudder.... in place and ready to go. NO WORRIES WITH HYDROVANEinfo@hydrovane.comWauquiez PS 43 with o-center installation WWW.HYDROVANE.COM 1-604-925-2660 We can t any transom! 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 St. Maarten Marine Power NV 1-721-587-7469 e e r N V e r N V

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SEPTEMBER 2014 ALLATSEA.NET 95 Classi“eds TradeWinds is looking for:In5the5form5of5a5Captain5and5a5Hostess6Chef5…5Team75 for5liveAaboard5Catamaran5chartersF [oin5the5lifestyle5of5a5fun5\5outgoing5company5in5the5 Caribbean5IslandsFCaptain5with5RYB5Yacht5Master5Off5Shore5]or5equivalent^5 Chef6Hostess5with5an5interest5in5cooking5with5a5basic5 understanding5of5culinary5skills "_`{%Chef6Hostess^ We5offer5full5training5onAsite5in5the5CaribbeanF This5is5a5|}N5job5with5great5earning5potentialF5If5you5are5self5 motivated5and5have5a5positive5outlook5on5life75this5could5be5 (%3.. SXM5telephone +1721-553 0215 or +1721-588 3396 Blternatively5send5an5email5with5your5CV5~5photo5to5 crew@tradewindscruiseclub.com www.trade-winds.com CREWFULL TIME + RELIEF COMPLIMENTARY2014 www.“rstmateonline.comSearch by: Location Company Category THE CARIBBEANS MARINE SERVICE DIRECTORY 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. Business Opportunity Employment Opportunity Employment Opportunity Sailboat Boat Gear / Parts YACHT BROKERAGE FOR SALE IN US VIRGIN ISLANDS 5 …5Well5established5successful5broA kerage5in5great5location75turn5key5 business75transition5training5periA odF5Call5@4@9A;<:<5]:?@^5 J?JA::
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96 ALLATSEA.NET SEPTEMBER 2014 Caribbean Dining & Provisioning THE DISH BY CAPN JAN ROBINSON BREAKFAST BURRITOSPrep time: 5 minutes. Cooking time: 5 minutes. Serves: 1 or 2 Vegetable Cooking Spray 2 egg whites Salt and pepper to taste 2 whole wheat tortillas, warmed Heat frying pan and spray with vegetable cooking spray. Scramble the egg whites in the pan and cook until done (how you like them). Divide the cooked eggs and place on the torillas. Sprinkle cheese over eggs. Place beans over cheese and eggs. Roll each tortilla into a wrap. (Heat for 15 seconds in microwave if necessary). Spoon Salsa on top. Enjoy!TROPICAL TOMATO PINEAPPLE SALSAPrep time: 5 minutes. Makes: About 2 cups Juice of two fresh limes (about 3 tbsp) tsp sea salt tsp freshly ground black pepper tsp freshly grated ginger 1 cup chopped pineapple cup chopped fresh tomatoes In a bowl, combine lime juice, salt, pepper and ginger. Gently stir in the rest of the ingredients.NOTE: Take care when handling hot peppers. Make sure to wash your hands after handling them and avoid touching your eyes.LAMB, SWEET POTATOES, AND KALEPrep time: 10 minutes. Cooking time: 20 minutes. Serves: 4 1 tbsp + 1 cup chicken or vegetable broth 1lb ground or minced lamb shoulder or leg 1 medium-sized onion, quartered & sliced thin 2 tbsp minced fresh ginger Heat 1 tbsp broth in a large-size stainless steel braising pot or skillet over medium high heat. Saut lamb, onion, garlic and ginger in broth for about 5 minutes; stirring frequently. Add garam masala, mixing well for about half a minute. Add 1 cup broth and stir in sweet potatoes and kale. Simmer on medium low heat covered for about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until lamb, potatoes and kale are tender. Season with salt and pepper. Serve and squeeze fresh lemon juice over all.NOTE: Garam masala is a pre-blended spice mixture that you can “nd in supermarkets, natural food stores, or Indian markets. It is widely used in Indian, Nepalese, and other Asian cuisines. It is made of cardamom, cloves, mace, cinnamon, cumin, fennel, black peppercorns, and fenugreek. QUICK ORANGE* DESSERTPrep time: 10 minutes. Serves: 2 tsp grated lemon rind* Tbsp fresh lemon juice 2 tbsp raw honey In a small bowl, whisk lemon rind, lemon juice and honey until the honey is well mixed in. Add yogurt and whisk thoroughly. Peel and separate the individual sections of the orange. Be sure to remove the membrane covering from each section. Cut the sections into thirds crosswise. Place in 2 dessert bowls. TO SERVE: Spoon yogurt honey mixture over the oranges. ** Any fruit may be used. *Use an organic lemon and orange for zest, if possible. Capt. Jan Robinsons Ship to Shore Cookbook Collection is available at your local marine or bookstore. Visit www.ship toshoreINC.com email CapJan@aol.com Tel: 704-277-6521. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER TROPICAL STYLE! cup crumbled goat cheese cup rinsed canned black beans, warmedGARNISH: Salsa to taste (recipe below) 2-1/2 tbsp plain yogurt 2 medium oranges**GARNISH: top with orange zest* 1 fresh jalapeo pepper, seeds and stem removed, “nely chopped (optional) cup chopped shallots or green onions cup chopped fresh cilantro, packed (do not omit this) 3 medium cloves garlic, pressed 1 tsp garam masala 5 cups “nely chopped kale 3 cups sweet potatoes, peeled & cut in 1-inch cubes Salt & white pepper to taste Fresh lemon juice