Neverland Journey

22 December 2019 | 12 30.5'N:70 01.8'W, Oranjestad, Aruba
21 December 2019 | 12 25.5'N:68 43.1'W, north of Curacao
21 December 2019 | 12 47.8'N:67 36.2'W, at sea
20 December 2019 | 13 18.87'N:66 26.99'W, at sea
20 December 2019 | 13 36.2'N:65 20.6'W, at sea
19 December 2019 | 13 38.9'N:64 23.7'W, at sea
19 December 2019 | 14 01.9'N:63 01.2'W, at sea
18 December 2019 | 14 23.3'N:61 41.6'W, at sea
17 December 2019 | 14 30.2'N:61 05.3'W, Martinique
16 December 2019 | 14 26.5'N:60 53.1'W, St Anne, Martinique
12 December 2019 | 14 04.85'N:60 57.8'W, Rodney Bay, St Lucia
05 December 2019 | 14 10.9'N:56 24.4'W, 250 miles to go
29 November 2019 | 14 25.2'N:42 59.6'W, middle of ocean
28 November 2019 | 14 29.4'N:40.14.3 06.01'W, middle of ocean
25 November 2019 | 15 35.65'N:33 06.01'W, middle of ocean
21 November 2019 | 16 53.4'N:24 595'W, Mindelo, Cape Verde
21 November 2019 | 16 54.5'N:25 00.4'W, Mindelo, Cape Verde
15 November 2019 | 19 26.3'N:23 04.3'W, Somewhere between Grand Canary and Cape Verde
14 November 2019 | 21 22.7'N:22 10.6'W, Somewhere between Grand Canary and Cape Verde
13 November 2019 | 23 16.8'N:20 00.5'W, Somewhere between Grand Canary and Cape Verde

Yachts as far as the eye can see

16 December 2019 | 14 26.5'N:60 53.1'W, St Anne, Martinique
Mike
Friday 13 Dec we sailed from Rodney Bay to Sainte Anne on the southern end of Martinique. There is a significant concentration of cruising yachts in this bay and the Cul de Sac du Marin with the guide reporting as many as 2500 boats anchored here on a busy weekend. It literally is yachts as far as the eye can see. Yesterday we went up the Cul de Sac to pick up a mooring ball at the marina to do a little shopping for the next leg. After making circles in the channel for about 45 minutes the marina reported there were none available. We came back out to St Anne and anchored in the bay again.

Last night we went to Sainte Anne and had a wonderful lobster dinner at the waterfront restaurant. We arrived early for dinner so we were obligated to have some drinks as we watched the sun setting. The ride back to the boat in the dark was uneventful. We had anchored at the very end of the anchorage so it made it easier to locate the boat in the dark.

Today we are going to a smaller bay on the west coast called Grand Anse d�'Arlet. There are reportedly many turtles that come into the bay and people are swimming along with them. We haven�'t seen a turtle since we left the Med and Monica has them on her to sight list.
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Vessel Name: Neverland
Vessel Make/Model: Allied Princess 36
Hailing Port: Onancock VA USA
Crew: Mike Gould-Captain
About: Mike has been sailing since 1986. He has made trips from Virginia to Maine and back. Several trips in the Mediterranean. He has sailed other vessels in the open sea.
Extra: Monica has sailed alongside Mike during all these years. She has loved sailing and enjoyed every minute out on the open seas with Mike. She looks forward to more adventures as a sailing couple-especially the eventual Atlantic crossing.
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