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Cruising the Eastern Caribbean
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Having sailed monohulls for most of my life, I find nothing scarier than shallow water. Sailing my newly built 42-foot cat, Ti Kanot, which has mini keels and draws 3 feet, has made anchorages possible that were completely unthinkable before. I cannot say I am relaxed...
At various times I have had boats invaded by cockroaches, ants and rats, but none quite prepared me for the Week of the Weevils. It all started when Ben, a friend of mine who came sailing for the first time, lightheartedly complained that he had not had the pleasure...
It was definitely a case of love at first sight, to see her was to be filled with desire. She lay alongside the yacht club jetty, casting bright yellow reflections on the calm water. She was the most outrageous looking racing machine I had ever seen. The main hull was...