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ScubaDrew
Link to this postPosted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 1:21 pm    Post subject: Note December in the BVI

No commentary, but some photos if your interested!

http://www.facebook.com/p.php?i=6906033&k=Z6L2Z2WYP46CUCD1UK6ZPPP
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Guest
Link to this postPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 2:20 pm    

greetings from a fellow vermonter...The wife and I are going to the BVI on the 19th..can't wait to get out of the snow..We sail/race out of the International Sailing Club all summer. Now, if you can tell me how to keep from getting so depressed when we get back, that would help...Great photo's
Darin
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ScubaDrew
Link to this postPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 2:27 pm    

thanks darin,

I've dedicated my self to hockey and trying to convice other friends to go back with me in a couple months - it's not working very well.

I usually sail out of mallettes bay yacht club, right down the road from ya!

Drew
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Robertc1515
Link to this postPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 8:58 pm    Post subject: BVIPirate Burgee Dec2012 on Catalyst with Capt Alan Roberts

Alan Roberts and the Catalyst provided my family with the best vacation of all time. From the first moment we boarded the Catalyst, we felt comfortable and at ease with our captain and the luxury sailing yacht. Once on board, Alan helped us refine our first few ports of call. At each anchorage or mooring Alan made us aware of multiple activities available to us (snorkeling, beaches, hiking, beach bars and restaurants). The Catalyst is well equipped as a private charter vessel with a large dinghy with an engine large enough to water ski or wakeboard behind. Alan provided every kind of water sports equipment you could imagine (stand-up paddle board, kayak float pads, masks & snorkels, fishing equipment, etc.). My familyís favorite equipment was the bean bag floating cushions positioned on the trampoline. These were very comfortable and made sun bathing, sleeping outside or star gazing lots of fun. We selected to do a half-board charter which entailed Alan providing meals and drinks for 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 2 dinners on our 7 day trip. Alan served up some of the best chef quality food and Caribbean style drinks. For shore meals, he took us to excellent places, the staff knew him and took very good care of us.

Alan is most accommodating to ensure that your vacation is complete and stress free. He is a very experienced and knowledgeable captain who exceeded all of our expectations. His personality is laid back but he's always professional and very polite. We canít wait to back onboard the catalyst again. Thanks Alan for the great sailing trip.

The Cox Family
Dec 2012
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walker
Link to this postPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:41 am    

All I see when I click the link to the pictures is my Facebook home page. I think maybe the link only works if you are logged in as you.
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Norman
Link to this postPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 10:31 am    

Walker wrote:
All I see when I click the link to the pictures is my Facebook home page. I think maybe the link only works if you are logged in as you.


And you can't see them on his FB page either (unless friended I assume...)
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