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Warderick Wells

We left Cambridge Cay yesterday and undertook the long, arduous passage up to Warderick Wells, all of 7.75nm NW. We were able to sail the entire trip outside in Exuma Sound. Man, these days traveling are tough here. We’ve been … Continue reading

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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

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Terre de Haut

Terre de Haut is the main island in Les Saintes.  It also has the main village that supports tourism here.  You can clear in here, buy baguettes, eat crepes and pastries, stroll by the European-looking boutiques and cafes, and even … Continue reading

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Tropical Vortex

We have heard about the unfortunate polar vortex swirling about up north.  We are happily caught up in our own Tropical Vortex in Lameshur Bay and hope it doesn’t leave anytime soon.   It’s packed here.  Can’t you tell from the … Continue reading

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