Up and Down the East Caribbean
Here’s a summary of our Caribbean cruising. This file is a PDF from presentations at the Seattle Boat show. For details of our Caribbean adventures, please read the blogs regarding segments of our cruise.
Our Caribbean Adventure: Part 9, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Our Caribbean Adventure: Part 9, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines We left Martinique early in the morning, to make the passage to Rodney Bay, on St. Lucia. There is a good anchorage and a large ICW marina, and a lagoon with mooring balls. We planned not to stay in the anchorage because it … Continue reading
Our Caribbean Adventure, Part 7: Plans Change Again. Going South From Nevis to Les Saintes.
The government moorings at Nevis are in a nice location, about 2 miles from the town dock, off a beautiful beach, and a short walk to a high-end resort. We enjoyed a two night stay at Nevis, comfortable in the lee of the friendly island and its mountain. The second day we had some entertainment. … Continue reading
Updated Cruising Guides and Nautical Books list.
We have completed our update of the list of our favorite Cruising Guides and Nautical Books. Complete with links to purchase the latest editions of the books that we have used to find the best spots and the most fun the the San Juan Islands, the Gulf Islands, the Broughton Islands, the west coast of … Continue reading
What are the basic boater education requirements for Washington and British Columbia?
Washington: Washington State has mandatory boater education requirements. No person under 12 years old may operate a boat with 15 horsepower or more. The following rule will be phased in beginning 1/1/2008: All persons operating a boat with 15 horsepower or more must have completed a boating safety course approved by the Washington … Continue reading