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

As the Season draws to a close

18 June 2010 | Hillsborough, Carriacou
After a couple of weeks home in the UK on a business trip, M returned to Lady Liv and her Captain Bob in the Grenadines, for two weeks of R&R while, at the same time, sailing the yacht down to Grenada where Lady Liv will come out of the water for the hurricane season (approx June-November). The weather has already changed - the temperatures have gone up dramatically, the humidity is greater, the winds are more variable and we are experiencing a few electrical storms which is always a concern on a yacht... We anxiously keep our eyes on the weather forecasts, and particularly the National Hurricane Centre in Florida which tracks the tropical waves which form off the coast of Africa, moving west to possibly turn into tropical depressions, and then worse, tropical storms or hurricanes - this is the time of year when locals and yachties alike are constantly looking over their shoulders and hoping that the hurricanes will be few and preferably stay out in the Atlantic, leaving the islands of the Caribbean in peace. We are also taking some time to explore a few new anchorages for next season, Anse La Roche in Carriacou, Mayreau Gardens, windward side of Canouan, Petit Tabac at the Cays, and say our goodbyes to friends in the islands. We are gradually working our way down to Prickly Bay in Grenada which is to be Lady Liv's home for the next five months until we return at the end of the year. With the enquiries for charters next year already coming in, we are looking forward to another busy year onboard, and sharing the Lady Liv sailing experience in the islands with lots of new guests.
Vessel Name: Lady Liv
Vessel Make/Model: Jeanneau 43DS
Hailing Port: London
Crew: Bob and Marion
Very experienced captain & crew with extensive cruising knowledge of Eastern Caribbean, from Trinidad through Windward Islands to Leewards. [...]
Lady Liv's Photos - Main
Blog images
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Created 18 January 2012
Charter guests, friends and fellow sailors that we've spent time with in the Caribbean in 2010
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Created 26 April 2010
Images through the islands of the Eastern Caribbean
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Created 26 April 2010