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Monthly Archives: February 2014
On Sunday the 23rd, we fended off the offers of taxis and tours in Charlestown, cleared out of Nevis when customs opened and quickly departed north. Our plan was to sail by Saba approximately 45 nm northwest of Nevis, see … Continue reading
Our favorite part of the time on Nevis was the hike to the “Source,” A water source for part of the island. Apparently, it was mentioned on charts of the island back in the 1600s. Much of the trail is … Continue reading
We spent three nights on Nevis on a mooring just north of Charlestown. Nevis peak is beautiful and often topped with clouds. In fact, the Spanish name for the island was Nuestra Señora de las Nieves or Our Lady of … Continue reading
We had two sunsets at Montserrat. No green flash, but they were beautiful in their own way. No mystery why the horizon isn’t level. It was never level in Montserrat.
We spent two nights (18, 19 February) in Montserrat plus the afternoon of our arrival. It was way too little time. The island was absolutely amazing. The volcanic eruptions that began in 1995 and have lasted until 2010 devastated the … Continue reading
After an incredible stay in Montserrat, we sailed up to Nevis today. We are in Nevis for a few days. Hopefully we’ll have a fat Internet connection soon to post more details and photos.