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Cruising the Eastern Caribbean

We know things are always changing, so in an effort to make sure our readers always have current infomation we use this site to post updates to the Cruising Guide until the next edition is published. If you have a suggestion, please don’t hesitate to email us at [email protected]

Since we can no longer fit everything in the Cruising Guide without mounting it on wheels, this is where you’ll also find extras like detailed hikes and maps, GPS waypoints, info on customs and communications, and links to useful websites.

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