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Anchored not far from us at Hog Island is a beautiful big gaff-rigged schooner. Coral of Cowes not too long ago made her way to the Caribbean from South Africa where she lived most recently (you can read a bit about her journey to get to the Caribbean here). Pete, Coral’s new skipper, is an extremely cool guy (he even did a Hash Run with us last night) and has invited Rebecca and I to crew on the boat during the upcoming Carriacou Regatta. As you might imagine, we eagerly accepted. This should be a blast!

Coral is currently anchored at Hog Island but will be making her way to Carriacou for the regatta later this month.

22 Comments

  1. Wow – that is an awesome boat! Think I’ll get one of those and single-hand it 🙂 You guys are becoming quite the professional sailors!

  2. Wow, what an amazing boat! How exciting to be offered a chance to take part in the Regatta. I’m sure it will be a blast and a very memorable experience.

  3. Now that is some serious eye candy.

  4. Beautiful pix!

  5. Looking forward to hearing about your experience aboard Coral

  6. Wow, what an awesome experience that will be!! We expect a full report back later on how it was. Absolutely a beautiful boat. Do you suppose all the lines are color coded? 🙂

  7. Woah! That should be an amazing experience. I can’t wait to see your pictures! Have a great time!!

  8. I just Read up on that boat, it’s stunning. Going to be great for you two. Have fun..

  9. So Rebecca will be at the top of the mast on “Lookout” right???

  10. You “will” feel a different kind of rush sailing her when she kicks up her heels and gets “moving.” No doubt you’ll get some great pictures. Can’t wait!

  11. Wow! As if I wasn’t jealous enough already. “Yer killin’ me!”

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