Bequia 3rd - 9th February
On every Yachty’s / Cruiser’s favourites list. Clean, tidy, relaxed, friendly and very well geared up to the sailing community. Good restaurants and bars; smart enough without feeling formal or stuffy. People here look as though they have been hanging out for months. A busy bay in which “African Pride” leads us to a buoy right up by the shore and landing stage. Perfect for a little commuting.
Leslie on Aragorn are alongside, ready to show us the island; including Turtle
Mary Constance decide to anchor (rather than take a buoy) and suffer the notorious “Bequia slide”…. drifting on anchor……… while we enjoy the comforts of live rhythm and blues in the local beach bar (during a surprise rain squall (always a threat!). We all dive into the dinghy and rescue MC (actually Mike got there ahead of us from a shopping mission) before returning to cold beers and tales of daring-do (?!)
nearly a week in Bequia, chillin and enjoying the company of Aragorn, who are
now moving north, to our south. Not before a painful evening spent with Dick
(and a bar full of fellow Americans) seeing his