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Sunday, 26 June 2011

This is a great time to learn how to sail.

Let me get you in the mood to get involved in this great sport.

I have just got back from a fabulous sailing trip in the Caribbean. We set offer from Tobago and sailed to Grenada, an over night 12 hour sail averaging 7 knots. We spent 2 weeks exploring Grenada and all the fabulous bays and anchorages there, Grenada is somewhat of of yachtsmen haven with the Island catering excellently for yachtsman. We sailed up to Union Island for one night in Chatham Bay experiencing the beach BBQ they have too offer and had a great night there. The following morning and 7.00am we then set sail for Bequia where we stayed  three weeks taking in the Bequia Easter regatta, great experience and well worth the visit.
We then set off to the Tobago Cays, now this is like sailing onto another planet, the views over the coral reef system are out of this world, turquoise blue seas with small uninhabited Islands, fabulous snorkeling with the turtles in this marine nation park only accessible by boat so we did feel rather privileged!
We then sailed to Cilfton Bay, Union Island, and had a week there, visiting Happy Island where a local rasta has build little piece of paradise only accessible by dingy and on arrival he offers you a great rum punch to watch the sun go down with.
Then set off back to Grenada via PSV Island, this is an Island with an exclusive holiday resort for the rich and famous, so we looked on, but the beaches of white sand were a pleasure to walk on and the turquoise blue reefs we experienced some great snorkeling.
Arriving in Carriacou Grenada was a pleasure as the wind had freshened and we were ready to take a break Carriacou is a nice Island where you can provision up and eat out at some very nice reasonably priced restaurants, and it also has a floating bar run by an englishman.
Our journey back to Tobago was one of the best sails i have every experienced. We were accompanied with dolphins along the way, flying fish landing on the deck and not another boat or Island in sight. The sail took 22 hours of which we sailed 19 hours, that's not bad on the point of sail with the easterly trade winds.
This is just one of my sailing trips, there has been many more which i have included in some of my articles i have had published on learning how to sail.
I hope this has helped in getting you out on the water and seeing a bit of the world you would not be able to see other than from a boat?

Fair Sailing
Clive Peterson
Author of "The Complete Guide to Learning How to Sail"