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21 October 2018
One moment it looks like this, the next everything is chaos....

After three days in harbor, it was good to be at anchor again and swim in crystal clear turquoise water outside Petit St Vincent. There is a nice exclusive resort on the privately owned island with bungalows scattered around, but no one live there permanently. As it is out of season the place is closed and there are only a few maintenance workers from the nearby island of Petit Martinique. However, the peace and quiet lasted just one day. We had a couple of windy days and nights with gusts up to 35 kts. The anchor had very good hold in deep sand, we felt safe and therefore decided to stay. Constantly strong winds makes you quite tired, and it is also a little boring to stay under deck and wait for better conditions.
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Vessel Name: S/Y Temerity
Vessel Make/Model: Hudson Force 52 feet. Built 1981 in Taiwan.
Hailing Port: Oslo
Crew: Berit and Bjørn Ramfjord
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In Brief The Hudson Force 50 is a full keeled pilothouse cutter ketch, from the drawing board of William Garden, a US and Canadian trained naval architect. Introduced in 1973, they were built in Taiwan at the rate of twelve to fifteen per year until 1984 when the boatyard burned down. They [...]
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