I love this picture of skipper, me with a particularly
cheesy grin, flag prep in the dark. Within ten minutes of leaving, we had settled to 6 knots with
just the Genoa (front one) on a starboard tack in a straight line. Sadly, no
fish caught. We saw several cruise ships - one was called Celebrity Summit,
another Thompson Destiny and others.
Our first sights of St
Bay, anchoring yachts outside the entrance to the
marina, we saw many of these hillocks covered
in trees. The people who live in these houses perched high must have stunning views.
We entered Rodney
Bay at 08:30, when we put the engine on, furled the sail and motored into
the marina on Thursday 5th of February, skipper
chuffed. A three masted classic. Engine off at
The local fruit
and veg shop that calls on the yachts in the
We will be delighted to welcome our
first guests - Miffy and Catherine, arriving Sunday the 8th for a week. Leaving
behind snowy Devon for 28 degrees.
ALL IN ALL a delightful sail. Great to get to the Caribbean