3 Months Cruising the Caribbean!

It’s hard to believe our time in the Caribbean is over, but it is! We arrived in the BVIs on November 10th, 2015, and we left Grenada on February 17th.  That’s 99 days cruising the Caribbean!  How Much Time is Right? And before you say it – yes,...

Haul Out and Work At Grenada Marine

We’ve been really putting the pedal to the metal in Grenada.  Our visit to the main island of Grenada has only been two stops: Grenada Marine and St. George’s, and we know we are missing out on plenty of interesting things to do in Grenada.   Knowing...

Sailing Carriacou in Grenada

We’re approaching the end of three months of sailing the Caribbean.  Grenada is our last stop before taking off to the Panama Canal and the Pacific.  We sailed overnight from Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia.  Grenada is an opportunity to haul out one last time at Grenada Marine,...

Saint Lucia: A Day at Soufrière and the Pitons

We’ve been cruising the Caribbean for 3 months on our boat, Starry Horizons.  We spent 13 days cruising Saint Lucia, and the town of Soufrière – with its lush nature, stunning landscapes, and the rugged silhouettes of the Pitons – was a highlight....

Sailing Saint Lucia: Rodney Bay, Marigot, & Soufrière

We’ve been cruising the Caribbean for 3 months on our boat, Starry Horizons.  We spent 13 days sailing Saint Lucia, stopping at the towns of Rodney Bay, Marigot Bay, and Soufrière. Chartering in Saint Lucia We were cruising Saint Lucia via our own sailboat, but there are charter...

Sailing Dominica in the West Indies

We arrived from the Saints of Guadeloupe into Prince Rupert Bay at about 6 pm. The sun set shortly after we arrived. When we were about a mile out, we were approached by one of the PAYS guides. We did two fun tours in Dominica: the Island Tour and the Indian River Tour....

Dominica: Rugged Jewel of the Caribbean

About Dominica This is the most we have seen of any single island in the Caribean. If you don’t know much about Dominica, you should know it’s tiny!  Not just size, but it is the most undeveloped country in the Carib. Unfortunately, I think Dominica has to...

Les Saintes, Guadeloupe

We’re cruising our way through three months in the Caribbean.  We’d spent eight days on Basse Terre, the main island of Guadeloupe, and had just two nights in Îles des Saintes, also known as Les Saintes.  Looking back, Les Saintes was one of our highlights...