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New Fund Established to Help Hurricane-ravaged Barbuda

Destroyed Housing on Barbuda courtesy of Simply Antigua and Barbuda

Waitt Institute Sets up Emergency Relief Fund for Humanitarian Aid In response to the devastation wrought by Hurricane Irma on Barbuda, a partner community of the San Diego-based Waitt Institute, the Institute has established the “Barbuda Restoration & Conservation Trust<>.” …

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Barbuda Marks Boundaries of Coastal Sanctuaries

  Barbuda Fisheries have now completed the demarcation of Barbuda’s coastal sanctuaries. This marks an important milestone in the island’s efforts to manage and protect its marine resources. Earlier this year, a team consisting of Barbuda Fisheries, the Codrington Lagoon …

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Top Ten Anchorages in the Caribbean

1. St. Pierre, Martinique: Impressive Mont Pelée volcano, a black sand beach and the historic waterfront comprise this number one view

We asked long-time Caribbean cruiser and All At Sea contributor Liesbet Collaert to put together a photo-essay of the ten most scenic anchorages in the Caribbean. Liesbet says: “Prep your boat, lift anchor and sail to one of these Caribbean …

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Carriacou’s Sail Loft – In Stitches

The famous motorcycle and sidecar. Photo by Janet Hein

The saying ‘big things come in small packages’ certainly describes Carriacou’s sail loft, cleverly known as In Stitches. It’s a three-person show, owned and operated by Andy Smelt, which can make or repair pretty much any sail that blows into …

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A Holiday Weekend in Barbuda

I am not a big fan of carnival; I've gotten a bit older and seek out more serene ways to spend my free time. That's why I quietly slip over to Barbuda on long holiday weekends in my boat...

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