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Yacht Club/Marina/Other
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San Diego
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Working to finish up important work so my fabulous partner and I can go out and see the world..by sail!
Current location:
Phoenix, AZ
Destinations visited:
All over the world..yet arrived at so few by sea
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Maintain my focus as a lifelong learner, adventurer and explorer

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At 7:15pm on July 2, 2009, Brian O'Connor said…
hey Mark

thanks so much....very helpful!

we are using footloose and plan to go from roadtown..thru the BVI annd up to anegada, then back and finishing up at can island bay. love to have a beer..how about the evening of july 10th..somewhere near footloose marina?
At 11:01am on June 30, 2009, Mark Stafford said…
Fun Recommendations:

Willy T's (Norman Island...animal house! )
Foxy's (Jost Van Dyke... nice beach, cool bar)
Myetts (Cane Garden Bay.. my neck of the woods)
Stanleys(Cane Garden Bay.. Sunday night bbq + live music)
At 10:56am on June 30, 2009, Mark Stafford said…
Hi Brian
The winds are pretty consistent.. a good idea would be to download 'Ugrib' (ugrib.com). Its one of the best wind real time and forecasting programs I've ever used and its 'FREE' its a small download for the application and then just select the area you're sailing and it overlays the wind data straight on top... it even integrates with 'Maxsea'

No special routes.. some of the better dive-snorkel sites don't have mooring balls so be prepared to anchor.. all the rest do, but get there early and get to your overnight stay location by mid afternoon to guarantee a mooring.

Must see's: The Baths VG, North South VG,

I cant help with the fishing as i've never done any.. but be warned you must buy a fishing license... the fines for illegal fishing are astronomical .. really. Your charter company should be able to advise. who are you using...

Anyway happy sailing.. if you're near Road Town, we could grab a beer.
At 7:45pm on June 28, 2009, Mark Stafford said…
what do you want to know matey... Mark in the BVI
 
 
 

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