Almost all cruising sailors have their “spot” that they call home in the Caribbean – I think I just found mine in Mount Hartman Bay, Grenada.
One of the staples in Grenada is the Friday fish fry that takes place in Gouyave, the fishing center of the island. Great food, drinks, and steel bands!
Small sailboats don’t have many easy options for getting the dinghy out of the water at night – the hip hoist seems to be the only practical option.
It seems the bottom of my dinghy has been harvesting an entire ecosystem the past few weeks. Time to clean that dinghy bottom!
My rental car plans fell through so I bit the bullet and joined a Grenada bus tour with some other sailors. I’m sure glad I did it this way instead!
I’ve been in Grenada for a month now but it sure doesn’t feel like it…thanks to the ability to work from my boat. Technology ruins everything once again.
Simple ways that you can stretch every penny while out cruising on your sailboat – of course budget-dependent – but these are some things that work for me.
Think you don’t have the means to support yourself if you went sailing off into the sunset? It is possible, and this is how I and others go about making money while cruising.
My depth sounder failed on me the day before hauling the boat out of the water – great timing! Replacing it was a little more work that I thought it’d be.
Grenada is home to the first “underwater sculpture park” in the world, just off of Moliniere Point, and the unique sculptures can be accessed by snorkelers, divers, and boaters.