Lady Liv in the Caribbean

02 March 2012 | Clifton Harbour, Union Island.
01 March 2012 | Moliniere Point, Grenada
24 February 2012 | Between Carriacou & Grenada
22 February 2012 | Tobago Cays, Grenadines
20 February 2012 | Hillsborough, Carriacou
19 February 2012 | Prickly Bay, Grenada
18 February 2012 | Prickly Bay, Grenada
13 February 2012 | Marigot Bay, St Lucia
06 February 2012 | Port Louis Marina, St Georges
05 February 2012 | Grand Anse, Grenada
31 January 2012 | Petite Martinique
26 January 2012 | Baradal Island, Tobago Cays
22 January 2012 | Petit Tabac, Tobago Cays
16 January 2012 | Sandy Island, Carriacou
12 January 2012 | Prickly Bay, Grenada
10 January 2012 | Sandy Island, Carriacou
05 January 2012 | Clifton Harbour, Union Island.
01 January 2012 | Petit St Vincent, Grenadines.
28 December 2011 | Young Island Cut, St Vincent
27 December 2011 | Young Island Cut, St Vincent

Maroon at Petite Martinique

21 March 2010 | Petite Martinique
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Maroon on Petite Martinique .... no rain for months
"Come to our Maroon tomorrow night, be my guests", said Gary on the Fuel dock at PM .. OK, we said, not knowing what we had let ourselves in for ! We joined Jeff in Palm Beach bar for a beer late afternoon, and headed up the hill where a large group of people gathered amidst food stalls & bars. As night fell, the drumming and music started - local women dancing in front of the Shaman brought in from Union Island, and his drummers chanting & appealing for much needed rain which the islands were desperately short of. It was such a spectacle ! The intensity of the drumming, chanting and dancing was incredible .. and the hospitality of the locals, providing food and drink freely to all ... but did it work ? Well, spooky though it is, at 4.30 the following morning, there was a downpour !! Thereafter, even though it is now the dry season here, we have had progressively more and more rain, the islands now returning to their wonderful green colour, the animals once again able to feed properly, and the locals who rely on water catchment are getting their lives back to normal.
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Vessel Name: Lady Liv
Vessel Make/Model: Jeanneau 43DS
Hailing Port: London
Crew: Bob and Marion
About:
Very experienced captain & crew with extensive cruising knowledge of Eastern Caribbean, from Trinidad through Windward Islands to Leewards. [...]
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