Posts Tagged ‘Grenadines catamaran’
About to set sail for Guadeloupe! We spent over two months in Antigua and Barbuda and it’s been great. It’s sad to be leaving such a gorgeous set of islands with excellent kiting conditions. Barbuda on an easterly wind is second to none, and Green Island on any given day is hard to beat. It was so good we might even come back
Since we are an expedition, however, we are now stoked to continue our exploration of new places… that’s what Zenith Ocean Voyages is about, after all!
We’ve met some wonderful people here. A big thanks – again! to Chris, Max and Irene of 40Knots. They have been invaluable mates on Green Island… and to Adam Anton for helping on our last trip.
After Guadeloupe we’ll do a quick stopover to see friends in St Lucia, a couple of trips in the Grenadines, then back to St Lucia to pick up our new crew member James Gardiner (more about him in a future blog!), then Grenadines until the end of June. We’re really looking forward to those trips. From April onwards, the wind blows harder there than anywhere else in the area. In terms of kiteboarding from a catamaran in the Caribbean, you can’t get a bigger variety of lovely spots on different islands, all only a short sail away and offering a choice of both flat water and waves.
So off we go again… stay tuned for the next update.