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In the Caribbean - 2009-10

Are you or will you be in the Caribbean this winter? Do you have advice on destinations or precautions? Want to meet up with fellow sailors that are close by? If so, then you should join and share your experiences!

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Started by Steven Schiff. Last reply by Andrea Apr 13, 2009. 4 Replies

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Comment by Harvey Levesque on February 10, 2009 at 10:09pm
Franc, will you going via the Turks & Caicos, or a long run to Luperon? I've done the Georgetown, Provo, Luperon run a couple times, both with just two of us aboard and that was about as long as I'd want without a break. After Luperon you might look at Samana in the DR, a very nice stop with a nice park across Samana bay. The security there is now great, much improved over the older reports. And after Luperon being in Luperon, Samana looks like a different country.Your projected path looks like it'll be the South coast of PR, I hope we can meet up. I'll be in the area between here and the BVIs. I hope you'll have time to check out the Spanish Virgins, Unlike the US and British Virgins there's small populations centers in a small area of the islands and mostly undeveloped and pristeen land and beaches for the rest. Free moorings at many of them and except for behind the reef at Culebre most are vacant, even at sunset. The Spanish Virgins attractiveness seems to be the best kept secret around. Unless you draw 4' or less though you'll have to fuel and water up in PR Keep in touch. Harvey, SV Sea Bound
Comment by CAN DRAC on February 10, 2009 at 6:17pm
Hervey, we should be passing Salinas on our way to the Virgins. We are now in Georgetown awaiting the next window to Luperon.
Comment by Harvey Levesque on February 9, 2009 at 10:50pm
Hi all, this is Harvey on SV Sea Bound, and I'm basing in Salinas Puerto Rico and cruising the area from here to the BVI's. I'd love to meet any "Sea Knoters" coming thru.
Comment by debbie on January 28, 2009 at 2:40pm
well we are now in chub cay.this place seems like we have entered the twilight zone-we are planning to leave in the morning for nassau. garys engine quit running yesterday-we had some big seas and wind coming in here under sail had to tack all the way took us a long time we wanted to get here for high tide but no engine we made it around 1330,leaving the marker at 0345. long nasty day. can drac check out the photo of you guys leaving bimini. i'm going home in a couple weeks but garys out here for a year-maybe your paths will cross somewhere. happy cays!
Comment by Veranda on January 28, 2009 at 9:13am
You could also hide up under the southern end of Normans Cay.

We'll be there this year but not for another 2 weeks or so. Have fun. Speaking of ground tackle, what are you using?

Bill
s/s Veranda
Comment by Dave Skolnick on January 28, 2009 at 9:05am
Not sure I will make it down this year, but you never know.

Hope your ground tackle is good.

Hoist a Kalik at Eddie's Edgewater for me.
Comment by Andrea on January 28, 2009 at 8:28am
Right now we are anchored at Allan Cay in the Bahamas. Friday will be our first Northerly wind 30+ and want to be in a safe place. Right now we are looking at the marina in Highbourne Cay.

After the Northerly passes we will continue south in the Exumas island hopping and then spending some time in Georgetown. Is anyone else in the area? Let me know, we would love to meet up.
 

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