Infinity B - Atlantic & Caribbean Adventure - GBR583R

Najad 460/22 ---- MMSI 235094801 ---- Call Sign 2FWJ4 ---- UK Part 1 Registered No 918877

22 February 2018 | Tyrell Bay - Carriacou
21 February 2018 | Tyrell Bay - Carriacou
18 February 2018 | Tyrell Bay - Carriacou
16 February 2018 | On Passage to Carriacou
14 February 2018 | Admiralty Bay - Bequia
10 February 2018 | Admiralty Bay - Bequai
09 February 2018 | Cumberland Bay - St Vincent
08 February 2018 | On Passage to St Vincent
05 February 2018 | Marigot St Lucia
04 February 2018 | On Passage to St Lucia
02 February 2018 | St Anne Martinique
30 January 2018 | St Anne Martinique
25 January 2018 | On Passage to St Anne
23 January 2018 | Grand Anse Martinique
18 January 2018 | Grand Anse Martinique
16 January 2018 | Sainte Pierre Martinique
14 January 2018 | On Passage to Martinique
13 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Dominica
10 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Dominica
06 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Portsmouth - Dominica

Outstanding Views

22 February 2018 | Tyrell Bay - Carriacou
Frank and Mandy
Yesterday morning I replaced yet more teak deck plugs and then we took the local bus into Hillsborough with Simon & Hilda from Brisa. Our first stop was Kingdom Travel to pay for our tickets. So we are now booked to fly home on May 2nd and back out again on November 24th. That gives us plenty of time to explore these fantastic islands. We then took another bus to Windward on the North East tip of Carriacou and walked all the way round the northern peninsula to Bogle. The views across the reefs to Union Island, Mayreu, Tabago Cays, Petite Vincent and Petite Martinique were simply outstanding. Probably the finest views in the Caribbean. Once the weather settles we will sail over to the islands to investigate. we had lunch in The Round House in Bogle which was delightful and well priced. We shall certainly go again.

Hill Walking, More Walking and Delightful People

21 February 2018 | Tyrell Bay - Carriacou
Frank and Mandy
We are still at anchor in Tyrell Bay on Carriacou and the winds persist. It such a friendly and laid-back island. The locals are always smiling and wanting to chat. We have met several cruisers that have sailed down to here and just never left. On Monday we hiked up to the top of the tallest mountain/hill (1000 feet) Chapeau Carre. It was a very rough and tough path in places and coming down was very steep and slippery. Unfortunately I twisted my back and have been suffering with lower back pain and sciatica every since. So I had Tuesday off. On Wednesday we walked into Hillsborough about 1 1/2 hours away. It's a delightful little town much like a Caribbean version of Southwold. We found a excellent small travel agent there called Kingdom Travel and a lady called Sherril is sorting out some flights for us to come home in May. I'm still working on replacing teak deck plugs and I guess I will have to have ago at the chalking next.

Fish Bats and Teak Plugs

18 February 2018 | Tyrell Bay - Carriacou
Frank and Mandy
We had a very pleasant sail down from Bequia to Carriacou on Friday with Cranstakie and Brisa. We caught two large barracuda on route which we filleted and have subsequently been eaten. Yesterday morning I replaced about 20 teak plugs in the cockpit and I have a lot to do on the toe-rails too. We went for a walk in the afternoon and booked some diving with Mike at Dive Carriacou, who happened to have been based at North Luffenham just a few miles from our village at home. After a drinks party on Brisa in the evening we returned to Infinity B to find several bats flying around the stern who attracted by the insects flying around our stern LED spotlight. When we get internet access we will post a photo of our smart new dinghy chaps

On Passage To Carriacou

16 February 2018 | On Passage to Carriacou
Frank and Mandy
We left at dawn from Bequia and we are on passage to Carriacou. We will sail past Mustique, Canouan, Mayreu, Tobago Cays and Union Island. After a week of very very strong winds in Bequia we are experiencing fairly light winds today. I think I will have to furl the staysail and put out the much larger genoa. I guess we will arrive sometime in the afternoon. We have two fishing lines out and Mandy has been receiving expert fishing advice so w are very hopeful of some great catches today!

Wind Wind Hike and Polish

14 February 2018 | Admiralty Bay - Bequia
Frank
We are still on the mooring In Admiralty Bay in Bequia.
It’s been windy every day with gusts over 30 knots even in the relatively sheltered bay.
None the less we have been busy and enjoying ourselves.

On Saturday we had a massive tidy up of the front cabin ready for Eddie and Julie to arrive. We scrubbed out the lockers below and polished all the teak. We also washed all the cushion covers throughout the boat. Infinity looks splendid.

On Sunday we went on one of Mandy’s long hikes. We always feel so much better after a long walk, although I might occasionally complain about them.
We walked right over to the Atlantic coast past the Sugar Reef, to beyond Crescent Bay and the Turtle Sanctuary. We had an excellent lunch at The Firefly overlooking the sea and the plantation. We walked back via Marley Bay with spectacular views out across the Atlantic with the waves smashing on to the reefs.

On Monday we went shopping and bought a very comfy new pillow for me, some sims for the phone and iPad and lots of vegetables.

On Tuesday we took the dinghy across the bay to Grenadines Sails for templates to be made for a smart new cover.
We then went for another long hike upto Hamilton Fort (Mandy’s mother was a Hamilton) and right round the bay to Princess Margaret’s Beach (Mandy’s mother was Margaret too) and then back.
In the evening the Lars and Susanne (Swedes) from Sea Wind and Reg and Nicky from Blue Velvet cam onboard for drinks.

Today Max is going for a small operation in Edinburgh and will be off work for a week. We hope all goes well and I’m sure Berry will take great care of him as always.

Stong Winds and High Seas

10 February 2018 | Admiralty Bay - Bequai
Frank and Mandy
We are safely in Admiralty on one of Phat Shagg's moorings. We had a very windy trip across from St Vincent yesterday with high waves breaking over the entire boat. Even stronger winds are now set in for a few weeks according to the forecast. So we will have to plan our passage south carefully. We have booked into have a dinghy cover made for our dingy to protect it from the sun and bashing on the dock. There are lots of OCC boat here so I guess there will be much socialising over the next few days. We are off now to book some diving.

Waves Wind and Fish

09 February 2018 | Cumberland Bay - St Vincent
Frank and Mandy
We are anchored stern to in Cumberland Bay in St Vincent. We have a very very long line from a bridle to our rear cleats going and tied round a palm tree on the beach. It is the most stunning small bay with just a handful of boats. The locals are delightful and very helpful. However, the trip form St Lucia yesterday was pretty rough with large waves and gusts up to 40 knots. We were fine on Infinity B with a large reef in the main and staysail. Brisa found the trip much tougher and were they very tied and wet when they arrived an hour or so behind us. We did manage to catch a nice Barracuda to each in the lee of St Vincent. I guess we will have no internet for a while so all correspondence will have to be by SSB Radio.

On Passage to St Vincent

08 February 2018 | On Passage to St Vincent
Mandy and Frank
We left Marigot Bay in St Lucia at dawn. Mixed winds in the lee of the island. Currently in company with Brisa. Expecting big winds across the passage. Two fishing lines out. Fingers crossed

Bureaucracy, Bats and Bananas

05 February 2018 | Marigot St Lucia
Frank and Mandy
We had a fabulous fast sail down to St Lucia with strong winds and moderate Atlantic swell on our port quarter.
Our early arrival meant we were able to get a mooring ball in a prime spot right in the inner lagoon in Marigot Bay.
We were joined later by Brisa who rafted up with us after sailing down from Rodney Bay to join us.
A Canadian couple from the next mooring joined us all for tea and with Brisa regaled their woeful tales of the bureaucratic farce of checking in and the exorbitant $100 extra overtime fee for checking in on a Sunday.
I had filled all our checking in details on line the day before we arrived so we were not expecting the same issues.
But alas the bureaucracy in St Lucia makes it absolutely the worst Caribbean Island to check into. We were sent away from customs at 12 as they were shut for lunch for 1 ½ hours. On our return they had no acess to the official on line system so made us fill in all our details again on paper forms and they charged us the extra $100 overtime fee!
Last night as last year we were raided by the bats who nibbled our bananas hanging in our fruit net. I saw one last year but this morning we just saw the aftermath! However, we are both very fond of bats and hope they visit again but we have hidden the bananas!

On Passage to St Lucia

04 February 2018 | On Passage to St Lucia
Mandy and Frank
We lifted the anchor in Martinique at dawn. We are now part way across to St Lucia. Fairly strong winds and a lot of Atlantic roll. One bite on the fishing line, but no supper yet. Hope to be in Marigot Bay for lunch. All is well. Tank you all for your blog comments. We very much enjoy reading them.

Totally Naked and Mandy Says No

02 February 2018 | St Anne Martinique
Frank
On Tuesday we went for a 4 hour hike around a series of separate spectacular sandy bays on the southern tip of Martinique, right across to the Atlantic side of the island.
About half way round the island the track led from one bay up over a rocky outcrop and through some trees to the next bay. It was here we were shocked to see an elderly man stark naked standing on the path and peeing into the bushes with his stark naked elderly wife by his side.
The bay was full of naked people walking, swimming and just sunning themselves.
I tried to convince Mandy to take her top off so I could get a photo of her for this blog. She said NO!
I spent most of Wednesday trying to sort out Shian’s new smart voltage regulator for their alternator. I’m not sure it is smart at all and I think it’s faulty.
On Thursday I ran the OCC Net first thing. It was great to speak to Dan on Eschaton making his way across The Atlantic single handed again. It was also great to speak to Mick on Bluejacket for the first time this season now recovered from his health problems.
In the morning I rebuilt the front deck hatch with the help of Simon from Brisa. It has been leaking since last season. We completely disassembled it and fitted new hinges. Hopefully it will be ok now. I have ordered more hinge kits for the other hatches for Eddie to bring out.
In the afternoon we refilled all the diesel tanks and Mandy shopped for provisions.
We are planning to head South to St Lucia probably over the weekend.
And...... quite amazingly the number of viewings of this blog is over thirty three thousand five hundred!

Solar and Electricals

30 January 2018 | St Anne Martinique
Frank
We arrived safely in St Anne a week ago.
It’s been a pretty tough period with strong winds and rain and a lot of maintenance and feeling a bit poorly too. Blood sugar has been a bit higher than I would so I’m trying even harder to keep the diabetes well under control. The answer is a diet of water and cardboard only!
We have bought 4 50w replacement semi-flexible solar panels locally from a specialist shop called YES. We also bought some canvas material. Simon from Brisa is a much better seamstress than me and has offered to help fit them to the bimini when the weather improves.
We have just managed to get half our money back on the old panels.
I spent most of the past 3 days sorting out a series of frustrating electrical issues on Cranstackie a catamaran belonging to our good friends Alister and Ester.
The first problem was they had lost AC mains voltage to half the boat, we traced the problem to a badly corroded socket in the port heads.
The next issue avoided a near catastrophic disaster with their wind turbine. The incorrectly fitted fuse holder actually caught fire and and the feed from the voltage regulator also went to the wrong side of the main battery isolator switch.
There were a whole series of issues around the installation of their new Mastervolt charger/inverter which had was not charging their genset battery or monitoring its voltage and not correctly monitoring the main battery bank current.
I’m now desperate to get ashore and go for a long walk.

On Passage

25 January 2018 | On Passage to St Anne
Mandy and Frank
We left Grande Anse Bay at 08.30.
We had a good sail for a couple of hours.
We are now motoring into wind.
All is well.
Should arrive at St Anne Martinique in an hour.

Old Friends and Socialising

23 January 2018 | Grand Anse Martinique
Frank
We have been here in Grand Anse D’Arlet for nearly a week.
We have been very busy socialising with something happening most evenings.
We had a fabulous lunch with Brisa and Lahania on Friday at a restaurant on the beach overlooking the bay.
I spent Saturday with a pretty sore back having done too many heavy tasks. But I’m fine again now.
Shian and Serenity joined us from St Lucia on Sunday and are still here. It’s great to seem them after so long.
Sunday night we had 12 people onboard for drinks and nibbles which was very successful.
Nevera dropped by and rafted up with us briefly yesterday while they were on route to Le Marin.
Yesterday evening there was a group of nearly 20 including 2 Swedish boats met for sundowners at the bar.
I have also started repairs on the forward holding tank with some epoxy putty. Hopefully it will work as a semipermanent fix.
I think we will be here for a couple ore days before moving on to St Anne before the winds set in again.

14 30.27N: 16 05.22W

Rum and Rum

18 January 2018 | Grand Anse Martinique
Frank
On Tuesday we had a long hike up to the Depaz Distillery with Clementina and Milan from Nevera.
It was well worth the walk.
The gardens are excellent with great views down the valley of lush sugar cane crops and the sea beyond.
They have refurbished and reopened the magnificent old chateau, biult in 1922 twenty years after the eruption.
Of course we had to persevere with some rum tasting and buy some bottles after the distillery tour!
Yesterday day we had another great sail.
We left Sainte Pierre at 09.00 in zero wind and expected we would have to motor all the way.
However, the wind picked up dramatically and we stormed down to Grand Anse D’Arlet where we were greeted by Brisa and Lahaina. It’s a Bay we particularly like.
Today being Thursday is my day as OCC Net Controller. Shortwave propagation has been very poor recently even using lower frequencies. So I’m expecting a struggle.

14 30.27N: 16 05.22W

Sainte Pierre Destroyed By Volcano

16 January 2018 | Sainte Pierre Martinique
Frank
We had a cracking sail across on Sunday, plenty of wind and gusts over 30 knots. Infinity B enjoys the strong winds.
We arrived at about 14.00.
We are now anchored at the foot of a volcano in Sainte Pierre Martinique.
The entire town was destroyed by the erupting volcano in 1902.
30,000 people died despite prior warnings!
The town is very Mediterranean in style and very different to the humble buildings in Dominica.
We have have met up with many friends on Brisa, Nevera, Exodus and Clementina.
We are planning a long hike today up to the distillery high up in the hills.
All is well on board.

On Passage to Martinique

14 January 2018 | On Passage to Martinique
Mandy and Frank
Up at 05.00 (well one of us was).
We set set sail in the pitch black.
We are now half way down the west coast of Dominica heading for Martinique.
We should arrive late afternoon.
The weather is very mixed with periods of light wind between very windy and wet squalls.
The fishing line is out and Mandy is now up!

And Yet More Rain

13 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Dominica
Frank
It continues to be very wet here in Dominica.
But the rain is warm and the trees and shrubs are growing rapidly after the hurricane devastation.
Our thoughts are with those coping with the many buildings with damaged or part repaired roofs in this consistent rain.
They locals are amazingly philosophical about it.
There has been a lot of socialising with the increasing number of OCC boats arriving. We feel that we know half the boats in the bay.
We were delighted when our friend Milan on Nevera arrived unexpectedly yesterday and he and his crew were pleased that we were able for fix the blockage in their heads.
We also managed to fix the water maker on Baracuda which was drawing salt water back into the fresh water output.
Unfortunately we are have having less luck sorting out our solar panel issues with the supplier.

Earth Wind and Fire

10 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Dominica
Frank
Yesterday night there was a 7.5 Earthquake on the other side of the Caribbean Sea.
This caused a tiny tsunami wave that we hardly felt here.
The past few days have been very wet and windy on occasions, but each squall passes fairly quickly. We have had to take shelter when walking but it has given us a number of opportunities to chat with the locals.
There are still quite a few bonfires around the place as people burn piles of fallen trees and hurricane debris. But every day the island gets tidier and the trees get greener.
We have been busy walking, doing boat jobs and generally socialising.
Avin from Albert’s Boat services has been polishing the hull and Infinity B is looking much better for it. It was Mandy’s job but she subcontracted it!
Our greatest discovery is “under the counter” which can be found in most bars. It is very therapeutic and consists of rum and marijuana!
Meantime my blood sugar is pretty ok, but have been trying to reduce some meds to get rid of a nagging dry cough which is a known side effect of Tamulosin.
We are hopefully getting our solar panels replaced shortly.


Repairs in The Hills

06 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Portsmouth - Dominica
Mandy and Frank
We have just had a huge rain storm. It was so wet we had to wait to swap the gas bottle for morning tea.
Yesterday we went on a tour of the northern hill region with Alexis with a group of 12 of us to meet people in need and donate items we had brought.
However, our first stop was the primary school in Portsmouth. We met Teddy the headmaster and some of his staff. The school has only just reopened as it had been used as accommodation for homeless after the hurricane.
There were over 200 very happy, very polite and very smartly dressed kids. It was so inspiring to see them after such a traumatic experience.
We passed through a damaged area near the school and we gave a hammer and a roofing nails to a man working on his house.
We saw lots of tarpaulins labeled UKAID, USAID and Samartans. Later up in the hills we gave vegetable seeds to various local small holders.
We stopped at a Red Cross water treatment plant in one village which purified river water for people to drink . We gave larger bundles of clothes to a group of people in the local store/bar to distribute.
Zigzag gave lots of food to one homeless shelter. We hope to be able to put some photos on the blog once we get interenet acess again. More help is needed and we are going to a meeting with the head of the secondary school to discuss how we can all help.

Devistation by Wind, Rain and Sea

05 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Portsmouth - Dominica
Mandy and Frank
Yesterday we took a mini bus and guide south.
We went with Brisa, Lahaina and Zigzag. Our guide Dylan also worked for the National Parks. He took us through villages devastated by Hurricane Maria. We were all truly shocked.
We also went past a site of many acres where large hills of the old roofing sheets had be gathered after being ripped off by the wind. It gave a idea of the scale of the repair work required. What we had not expected was the destruction of the coastal villages at the bottom of river valleys.
Here millions of tons of boulders, soil and fallen trees had cascaded down from mountains and smashed and buried villages. Down at the southern tip of the island at Scott's Head the sea had swept in and destroyed many of the seafront properties and bars.
On route vast sections of road had been washed away or engulfed by landslides.
Up in the mountains we saw entire forests where the trees had been stripped of their branches. The upside is that nature is fighting back and new shoots and leaves are sprouting but it will take many years to fully recover.
The Dominican people are positive, resilient and welcoming. They have done a huge amount of work to clear up and repair, but there is still much to do.
Today we are going to some hill villages to distribute clothes, seeds and repair materials. We also hope to discuss methods we can all help financially.

Generators and Hiking

04 January 2018 | Prince Rupert Bay - Portsmouth - Dominica
Mandy and Frank
We are still in Dominica. Today is my day to run the SSB net in just over an hour. So first a cup of tea and the blog. Yesterday morning Ole on Lahaina who is moored next to us was very depressed that his new Fischer Panda generator was cutting out so he could not make water or coffee. After a few hours tinkering and tidying up some of the installation and resetting the inverter/charger we managed to get it stable again. Ole was very happy. Fingers crossed! In the afternoon we took the dinghy across to the dock at Fort Shirley at Cabrit. The dock was very badly damaged by the hurricane an we could not get ashore. So later we walked to Cabrit and round to the next bay. We narrowly missed the storm on our return by having emergency beer with Brisa and Zigzag at The Purple Turtle which has just reopened and now has power again. In the evening all four boats celebrated Ole's generator stabilization on Lahaina. The solar panel company have said they will replace our faulty panel, but have said it was wind damage! Today we are off on an Island tour at 8.00.

Off Grid and Distribution

03 January 2018 | Portsmouth - Dominica
Mandy and Frank
We have arrived safely in Dominica.
Dominica is one of the poorest islands in the Caribbean. It is blessed with fabulous green forests and wonderful scenery. Unfortunately it was devastated by a hurricane a few months ago.
So we have brought some items to help. Emilie from The Saintes has sent a large parcel of clothes for us to distribute. We are on a new mooring ball in Prince Rupert Bay.
We were warmly greeted as we arrived and when we went ashore. Some places are still with out electricity and there is very limited connectivity.
I expect that we will be off grid while we are here and our only contact will be via SSB.

New Years Day

01 January 2018 | Les Saintes - Guadeloupe
Frank
Happy New Year.
We had a great hike yesterday over to Pompier Bay, where there was clear evidence of the hurricane damage to the palm trees.
We walked back via Marigot bay and over the ridge just below Napoleon's fort.
Lunch was a very fresh cheese and ham baguette. Delicious.
We celebrated new year on Lahaini (a Najad 490).
Ole & Jette kindly invited us with Simon & Hilda from Brisa.
It was a great supper where we all brought a course.
Today we all plan to go for a beach BBQ on Cabrit.
I had dug out the very old BBQ which is looking very rusty!
We plan to set sail for Dominica tomorrow.

The French Cats

31 December 2017
Frank
A lazy day yesterday.
But... A fantastic evening.
Our dear French friends Renee and Christian dropped by in the afternoon with their friend to invite us for evening drinks at 19.00.
We located their Catamaran Cyane across the bay where we were greeted by the slightly shy boat cat and 3 delightful French couples
Despite the language differences, we had a fantastic time.
Great food, wine and company with excellent humour and fun.
Thank you to all on board Cyane.
And....
Happy New Year to you all and thank you for all your emails and offers of assistance.

Le Tomb

30 December 2017 | The Saints
Amanda
We are still on a mooring buoy in the Saints and planning to spend new year here. We went for a walk past the air strip along the eastern side of the island where we could see quite a bit of hurricane damage.
We had a very good lunch in a little French restaurant called La Tombana over looking the cemetery.
On the way back we came across a large iguana peering out of the undergrowth.

A Very Frustrating Day

29 December 2017 | Les Saintes - Guadeloupe
Frank
Yesterday was very frustrating.
Our brand new very expensive solar power battery charging system failed.
We have 2 12v 100w panels in series to charge our 24v battery bank.
We bought the best panels we could buy in the uk and then paid huge amounts of excess baggage to bring them out.
But one of the panels have failed after just a few weeks so we get no charging at all.
We hope that the supplier will sort them problem out quickly.

First Fish and Full Sail

28 December 2017 | On Passage - Les Saintes to Dominica
Mandy and Frank
We are on passage to Dominica. Perfect sailing. Full Main and Genoa. But Mandy keeps making me slow the boat down as we fly along. So I have let the traveler out and eased the main. We just caught a very large Barracuda which we put back. Hoping for something edible.

Teak and Tanks

28 December 2017 | Les Saintes - Guadeloupe
Frank
The good news is Brisa’s outboard is now working fine after we re repaired it.
Mandy and I spent yesterday morning fitting a new teak rail to port side to hold two of our old dive tanks. (Our UK dive friends hate us calling them tanks!)
Unfortunately we discovered that our oldest tank that Greg gave us many years ago is now looking quite pitted.
So we are now looking for a couple of replacement tanks.
We had very pleasant early evening drinks in a local bar with Brisa and Lahaina where we also met somebody form Max’s college, Peterhouse.
We will probably stay here now until after New Year.
I have been pretty strict on my sugar intake and my diabetic glucose measuring machine seems pleased.
It was my turn to run the OCC SSB Net this morning, we had a good turnout and a new member single handed sailor coming down from California checking in.

Wind, Oil and The Outboard

27 December 2017 | Terre de Haute - Les Saintes
Mandy and Frank
We have moved over to the main island and we are now on a mooring buoy yesterday morning.
We raced across the straits to grab the empty mooring after beinkg informed by friends it was free.
I spent the morning working on Brisa's 4 stroke outboard engine. It had been serviced in Antiqua and reassembled and set up wrong. so that the choke was partially jammed shut which they had compensated for by over adjusting the air screw.
They had also put far too much oil in so that when the engine was warm and up to speed the increased crankcase pressure forced hot oil into the carburetor intake.
The hot oil acted as fuel and the engine over-reved and poured oil out of the flooded carb.
We discovered this to our cost as it sprayed oil and water all over Brisa's cockpit while we were testing it in a large bucket of sea water!
It was a very windy squally night and quite uncomfortable. Hopefully we will do some walking today.
Vessel Name: Infinity B - GBR 583R
Vessel Make/Model: Najad 460 /22 - Call Sign 2FWJ4 - Sail No GBR583R - UK No 918877
Hailing Port: Harwich U.K.
Crew: Frank Hatfull and Amanda Lerse
About:
We are now both Semi-Retired and this is our third season in The Caribbean. We previously owned Najad 380 – Tantrum of Abersoch covered about 10,000 nm in her We bought Infinity B in Sweden in 2012 so we could go Blue Water Cruising in her. [...]
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Who: Frank Hatfull and Amanda Lerse
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