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We’ve heard it said that laughter is the best medicine. If that’s at all true, any ailments that we may have had going into our last charter should be long gone by now. We haven’t laughed to the point of crying in ages and we had that happen on numerous occasions over the course of the past week!

With three guys on the boat, a reunion of sorts for old business associates, we knew that this group would be different than the last two sets of guests we have had, each of them being families. Different it was.

Rebecca and I worked hard to show our guests some of the best that the BVI has to offer, always a challenge when we only have a week available to us. During the course of our trip, each of our guests took advantage of the good internet connectivity that we have on board One Love to share their experiences with their snowbound wives and family members back in the States. I’m not sure if that scored them points with their loved ones or cost them some. I suspect they found out when they made it home last night. 🙂


  1. Mike! We’ve been looking for a way to contact as we have a Q only you can answer! 🙂

    When last we spoke you mentioned a clothing optional beach in Georgetown. We’ve been doing web research but are having zero luck. Could you please tell us where to find it? If you could send us a Lat/Long we would especially be in your debt. We will be in Georgetown for the regatta soon.

    Been keeping up with your blog. Happy to see that things seem to be going well for you two.

    Wayne & Dana

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