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Top Ten Caribbean Volcanos You Can Visit

The first of many steps leading to the top of Mount Scenery, Saba. Photo: OceanMedia

A push and pull struggle between the Earth’s South American and Caribbean plates, plus volcanic activity, created the land and sea of the Caribbean over 50 million years ago. Today, volcanos continue to play a tangible role in the region. For …

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Saba: The Island In The Clouds

Red roofs in the mist. Photo by the Editor

Sailors in the northern Leewards are drawn to an island that climbs out of the sea 26-miles south of St. Maarten, however, few of them visit to explore. The island is Saba, the Unspoiled Queen, land of towering crags, rainforests …

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Saban Photographer and Artist Aaron Soares

Having lived in the Caribbean for 22 years, I have always found the interrelationships of old island families extremely interesting.  Such families include the Soares family from Anegada, BVI, and Every/Johnson families from Saba. I had the opportunity recently to …

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(Wo)man Overboard – Off Saba

We had always wanted to sail to Saba, always, that is, since we first heard of it, at the age of 55 or so. Saba isn’t easy to get to by boat. On five different occasions on which we had …

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