Sailing Around The World

Finally Pictures of St. Martin and St. Barts!

Well I am happy to say we had our first sail where we did not have to run the engine. We were able to sail  for 167 nautical miles and cruised at 6 plus knots. We sailed from St. Barts to Guadeloupe but at the last minute we followed the wind to iles des Saintes and left Guadeloupe behind. I guess we wanted the really good French bread on iles des Saintes, so good that you can cut your teeth on it or use as a club to knock out a mugger on your way from the lady that bakes it on this little island. I will post the details later when we go ashore to have dinner and a few local cocktails! But for now enjoy some of my pictures from my point of view!

The Yachts That Surround Dragonsbane

The Yachts That Surround Dragonsbane

St. Martin From The Ocean

St. Martin From The Ocean

St. Martin Canal to the Lagoon

St. Martin Canal to the Lagoon

St. Martin Draw Bridge to Lagoon

St. Martin Draw Bridge to Lagoon

The Famous St. Martin Boat Yards

The Famous St. Martin Boat Yards

All the boat anchored in St Martin Lagoon

All the boat anchored in St Martin Lagoon

The Mega Yacht Repair Yards

The Mega Yacht Repair Yards

More Mega Yacht Repair

More Mega Yacht Repair

Sci-Fi Yacht in St. Bart we anchored right in front of her.

Sci-Fi Yacht in St. Bart we anchored right in front of her.

Roads in St. Bart's

Roads in St. Bart’s

The Dingy Tender dock in St. Barts, My dingy is the small one cover in sea-gal shit on the end.

The Dingy Tender dock in St. Barts, My dingy is the small one cover in sea-gal shit on the end.

St. Barts shore line, picture taken from Dragonsbane

St. Barts shore line, picture taken from Dragonsbane

St. Barts

St. Barts

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Squall coming over a island to hit us

Squall coming over a island to hit us from Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe

Squall ahead

Squall ahead

Same squall

Same squall

Squall

Squall

The Dude working n the white Russian!  CHEERS!

The Dude working on the white Russian! CHEERS!

 

Thanks,

 

Jacques

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