St Lucia

A Quick Trip Back to Saint Lucia

It is so awesome to hear and read English again! I can actually read the labels on the products in the store and I know what I am getting without the use of a translator! Not like Martinique where I bought body wash instead of hair conditioner because I forgot to take the translator with […]

Categories: Caribbean, Martinique, Sailing Blog, St Lucia

Happy to see St Lucia in the Rear View Mirror

We are finally legally admitted to St. Lucia. After never finding the immigration officer at Marigot Bay, we traveled to Rodney Bay and made contact at the local office. It wasn’t a problem we had stayed on the island for a few days without fully checking in. We know a couple of other boats having […]

Categories: Caribbean, Sailing Blog, St Lucia

St Lucia – The hunt for immigration in Marigot Bay

St Lucia is an island where a tourist must be careful about places they visit. Our first views of St Lucia included the magnificent twin pitons. Unfortunately the bay and town of Soufriere at the base of these pitons has a group of armed thugs at large who recently attacked a charter boat with two […]

Categories: Caribbean, Sailing Blog, St Lucia

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