This is the dock area in Kingstown, St. Vincent. I
took this shot from the top deck of the ferry. What was I doing
on the ferry instead of the sailboat you ask? I had to take the
ferry back to St. Vincent from Bequia to retrieve my luggage.
I got pooched by USAir and barely made it to Blue Lagoon the
first night. I made it to the Thetis, but only with my carry-on.
Who needs clothes in the Caribe? I borrowed Val's Swiss Army
knife and converted my shorts. Good thing, I didn't get to my
luggage for another three days.
Here's a snappy of Thetis' interior. This is typical
of the size boats we've hired out of Barefoot. Great value and
well maintained. Well, except for the anchor windlass. I did
myself a little strain esetting the anchor half a dozen times
at Mustique. That's another story all together. It was a stressful
arrival, but after that, it was all Caribe mode!
This was Emma's first charter and her first cruise
in the Grenadines, but she soon had some itinerary suggestions