Captain Jan, my son David and I are about to sail Davali to Stamford, Ct. We’re going to check out the Bahamas, stop off in Florida, and then head up the coast.
The past few months in St. Martin were lots of fun, cruising to Anguilla and St. Bart’s with friends and family. They provided great opportunities to get to know Davali better. The islands are beautiful and the food’s excellent.
We’ll be leaving in early May.
With Lisa at Elvis’s on beach, Road Bay, Anguilla
David and Lisa at Simpson Bay Marina
With family at Elvis’s on the beach, Anguilla
Simpson Bay Marina
On way to St. Bart’s
Gustavia Harbor, St. Bart’s
Loving the Hobie feel, on the way to St. Bart’s
Anchored for lunch at beautiful La Samana, St. Martin
Davali looking awesome, Crocus Bay, Anguilla
Postcard perfect: Prickly Pear Island, Anguilla
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Have a wonderful trip-sounds like a blast!! And thanks again for that wonderful recommendation on LinkedIn. >
making me soooo jealous Jonathan McHugh firstname.lastname@example.org 310 283 7135
cooloe we had a fantastic time on your new ship and wish you a great voyage to NY
Very, very cool! M
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I was in st. marteen untill a month ago… I sailed to Anguilla, brithis virgin island and back to st. marteen for three months… unfortunately we didn’t meet… I was so curious to see you new Davali.
Laura, sorry we didn’t meet.
Love your blog – and your boat. Hope to be able to see you on the water one day. The new Outremer 45 is one of the sexiest boats on the market in my eyes. Do you think it would be big enough for a family of 4-5 for long-term cruising in relative comfort? Any idea on the capacity before performance starts to significantly degrade? Enjoy your trip up the coast!
Thanks Matt. I sailed across the Atlantic with 4 and it was very comfortable. I have the owners version. The boat was fast with 4 adults, full gear, extra water, fuel and food for the crossing. I do look forward to making Davali as light as possible and ripping.