Arctic Tern

10 September 2014 | Mars Hill, NC
30 July 2014 | Lantana to Sarasota, FL
28 June 2014 | Mars Hill, NC
09 June 2014 | Lenox,Massachusetts
24 May 2014 | Mars Hill,NC
22 May 2014 | Bradenton, Florida
04 May 2014 | Bradenton, Florida
27 April 2014 | Grand Bahama Bank in 12 feet
25 April 2014 | Nassau, Bahamas
24 April 2014 | Warderick Wells
16 April 2014 | Conception Island
03 April 2014 | Luperon
29 March 2014 | Samana, Dominica Republic
28 March 2014 | Los Haitises national Park
27 March 2014 | Haitises National Park
26 March 2014 | Los Haitises National Park, DR
25 March 2014 | Samana, Dominican Republic
24 March 2014 | Samana, Dominica Republic
06 March 2014 | Bahia Almodovar


01 March 2011 | Little Harbor, Peter Island, BVI
After the windy raucous night at Key Cay we moved to the Leeward side of Peter Island and tucked into Little Harbor. The bay is deep with a ring of shallow area near shore, so boats go stern to shore and use an anchor at the bow and a stern line to shore. Incoming boats provide free entertainment as it is a bit awkward to get your line to shore. In our case we dropped our anchor and Hunter swam to shore with the line and tied it to a sea grape.
For some reason the little “bait fish”, silversides are attracted to the area under our hull. The tiny fish attract medium sized blue runners and a giant barracuda about 4-5 feet long. The little fish also attract brown pelicans, especially in the afternoons when the low light makes the silver sides easy to spot. The pelicans fly over head and dive just beneath the boat, making a large splash onto the boat and a noise that sound like we just ran into something.
Vessel Name: Arctic Tern
Vessel Make/Model: Island Packet 45
Hailing Port: Valdez, Alaska
Crew: Hunter & Devi Sharp
About: Devi's evil twin- skippy
Arctic Tern's Photos - Arctic Tern (Main)
A mountain village in the Andes
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Created 27 October 2008

Migration of the Arctic Tern

Who: Hunter & Devi Sharp
Port: Valdez, Alaska