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Grenada to ABC's
Updated February 25,2007

After enjoying the workboat races, celebrating Emma's thirteenth birthday, and replacing our ancient Harken furling system with a Pro-furl, we bade farewell to Grenada and sailed west.

workboat finals

Emma and Riley on way to birthday party

installing the Pro-furl

our first stop was Los Roques, a Venezuelan park

further west we tied to a mooring in Bonaire, one of the first marine parks in the Caribbean

part of the Netherland Antilles, Bonaire is a popular cruise and dive destination

both Emma and Jesse earned their open-water certification

while we were in Bonaire the kid's carnival started

Carnival street parade

we daysailed to Curacao for the end of Carnival

Emma, Katrina and Angela in Carnival mode

Cinders in guard cat mode