http://gowstakeout.com/tag/braised-pork-belly/ Over the last 40 years Brenda and I have cruised much of the US East Coast from eastern Maine to Key West, the Bahamas, Cuba and for the last few years the eastern Caribbean.
http://ifcus.org/sites/default/files/ALFA_DATA While many sailors are familiar with the Virgin Islands, from years of charter vacations, many are not familiar with how much the islands to the south have to offer.
Jhā Jhā Several years ago, when we first headed to Antigua we did not know what to expect. Based on our travels, we have become convinced that the SE Caribbean, Antigua to Grenada offers the best mix of cultures, beautiful landscape and consistent easterly winds for a winter of cruising.
buy Ivermectin online in u.k Recently, I hosted a presentation highlighting what a season of cruising the islands from Antigua and south to Grenada might look like and some of the must-see places and events that await. This presentation was the first of 40 being organized by the Salty Dawg sailing Association, focused on many aspects of preparing for blue water voyaging.
buying cytotec with no rx In spite of the widespread Covid-19 pandemic, SDSA was able to hold their annual fall rally to the Caribbean with 50 boats safely making their way south for the winter season. Most of these boats headed to Antigua and upon arrival participated in more than a week of events.
This photo, taken by SDSA member Ralf of SV Flora, shows many of the boats that completed their run to Antigua. Thank you Ralf. Over the years, I have put on many events and given talks about the areas that we have cruised and have often been asked if these events were recorded. Until now, with the widespread use of Zoom, this was not practical. Now it is and I am able to share our experiences more broadly.
This presentation highlights of what a “normal” winter of cruising the eastern Caribbean is like and it is my sincere hope that the winter of 2021-2022 will once again offer the opportunity to visit the many islands of the southern Lesser Antilles.
A special thanks to Ralf as well as Bill and Maureen of SV Kalunamoo and Lynn and Mark of SV Roxy for the photos that they supplied for this presentation. While Pandora is on the hard this winter, I am hopeful that I will be able to, once again, participate in the Salty Dawg Rally to Antigua next fall.
As I mentioned, this was the first of some 40 webinars on many topics related to blue water sailing. Click here for a full list of coming topics at the Salty Dawg Sailing Association.
I hope that you enjoyed this program as much as I enjoyed telling the story. Please feel free to reach out to me via the comment window. I look forward to hearing from you.