Martinique to St Lucia
With great reluctance we left Saint Pierre; every time (all of twice) we fall a little bit more in love with the place. Our families would be shocked at the wreck of a house for sale, that albeit fleetingly we considered what it would be like to live there (the tree growing out of the stone wall 30' up was the decider!).
The sail was fittingly on the nose
wind, rain squalls, gusts from every direction. We didn't stick
for the whole journey, we stuck the engine on and just motored
slapping waves and wind. The anchorage at Rodney Bay was full of
swell and typically we had arrived at night. This was to be a
get the boat in better shape and hope to shrink our boat
list. The tender engine was beautifully serviced at the usual
in Rodney Bay (Island Engine Services). We first used them in
We have sorted out some main engine problems, reduced our leaks
and treated as much rust as possible.