Haiti Relief Voyage - Update from Jamaica

10 February 2010 | Erroll Flynn Marina - Jamaica
Sitting here at a small internet Cafe, surrounded by the tropical paradise of Jamaica, I find my thoughts returning to Haiti. We are waiting for a shipment of diesel fuel to arrive tomorrow at the marina, so we can sail back to Miami, and plan the next relief voyage. The people of Haiti, are going to need much aid and comfort, and my concern is that the attention of the madia will shift away to other issues, and people will forget about the suffering we saw in Jacmel.

Thanks to all of you who helped make our voyage a success so far. We will soon have a video and photos of the voyage posted here when we return.

In the meantime this picture is of Greg, who we discovered has a talent for juggling. We stayed behind in Haiti, and this picture of him entertaining the kids at the orphanage, shows where his heart is. Greg was an awesome crew member, and we are glad he is on the ground in Haiti, bringing smiles to the faces of the kids there.

The full story of his visit to the orphanage, and pictures of Liberty arriving, can be found at this blogs post here.
Vessel Name: Liberty Schooner
Vessel Make/Model: 78' Steel Schooner
Hailing Port: New York
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Leadership Development &Team Building aboard the schooner Liberty

Port: New York