Caribbean: The lesser Antilles June'12-June'13
Tobago fishermen liming on the beach New dinghy, same old problems Fisherman in Charlotteville, Tobago
Fregat bird Anchorage in Man 'o War bay, Tobago Anchorage in Pirate Bay, Tobago

Lilly Bolero anchored in pirate bay

Captain Kyran and crew Marc More friends joining the party
Nigel Djabba  
Fruit stall in Charlotte ville, Tobago Traditional sailing boat in Carriacou, Grenadines Traditional boat building in Windward on Carriacou
Samakaria sells mangrove oysters: "Don't forget they are very delicious" House on Carriacou Shoemaker in Hillsborough, Carriacou
View at St George, Grenada's capital The fort is overlooking the historical buildings and the natural harbour, which is a craterlake. Cacao fruit before it is processed into chocolate
Jonathan Livingstone Seagull is practizing his landing techniques on our boat    
The last remaining rum factory that uses home grown sugar cane. 75% alcohol! At the old airport we found two Antonov planes, reliqs from the communist regime under Bishop  
Spicemas 2012, Grenada's Carnaval starts the 2nd week of August. But prior to that there is a fierce competition to select the best Steel Pan Band..... the greatest carnaval king ........ and the most radiating carnaval queen
Carnaval opens at 5am with "Jouvert", chasing away the devils and spirits of the darkness with oil, paint and a lot of noise And just when you thought you escaped the madness, this idiot decides to embrace you....
and when that's done, the parade begins many groups expressed their African heritage the youngest participants
Deserted beach at Petit St Vincent, a private island in the Grenadines Traditional house on Petit Martinique The national dish is Lambi, a conch shell stew. The empty shells end on the beach
Anchorage at Clifton harbour, Union Island Dangerous reefs around the island The fruit looks tempting but is incredible expensive
In high season Saltwisselbay is crowded Now the anchorage was all ours, but even then the locals pushed us to take a mooring The Tobago Keys is a national park where you can swim with turtles
Early morning we saw many iguanas Kingstown, the capital of St Vincent From the top of Soufriere vulcano you can see both the Caribbean and Atlantic ocean
Zwerver anchored in the filmset of Pirates of the Caribbean in Walilabou bay, St Vincent This boatboy needs glasses The waterfall was adopted by the European Union, but the admission fee was worth the money
Traditional racing boats in Bequia "I usually only don't take coins" says this sigar seller in St Lucia Sunset in Sac du cul du Marin, Martinique
Traditional racing boats in Martinique St Pierre, one of our favourite places on Martinique The mainstreat in St Pierre
Fishing boats on the beach at Scotts Head, Dominica Left the Caribbean see, to the right the Atlantic ocean Sulphur springs on Dominica
Hiking through the sugarfield on Dominica Sunset over the Saints, Guadeloupe Approaching Montserrat
The crew takes an island tour Ashes up to the ceiling  
A daily sight in Nevis & St Kitts A brown pelican next to our dingy Fort Brimstone
View on St Eustatius (Statia)   Relaxed athmosphere on Nevis
Fort Oranje on St Eustatius resembles fort Zeelandia in Paramaribo The Dutch reformed church is ready for Christmas As is the rest of Eustatius
Super yachts in St Maarten going through the bridge View over Simpson Lagoon SV Papillon, our neighbours in Simpson Lagoon
Guess why they call this place "Kerosine beach" Bert is going to stay with us for 2 weeks Bert adapts quickly to the pace on board
View from Pique Paradis, st Maarten Grand Case bay, St Maarten Playing the tourist in Philipsburg
The Malteser Falcon leaves Antigua Our competition at the starting line in the Antigua Racing week Han, our skipper established a reputation right after the first day
With genacker up we finished 1st two times in a row But sometimes things didn't go that smoothly... and we had to draw straws to decide who goes up
view over English harbour classics in english harbour  
entrance to Falmouth harbour

One of the anchorages at Green Island

Kites on the beach
Down-town St John's, Antigua's capital   Mr Bird, Antigua's first president
Oh oh, the sun disappears behind the clouds Rain squalls at the horizon approaching fast... yes, we're in it
Caroni swamps is Trinidad's main tourist attraction. A python right above us Harry en Willem in Chaguaramas
The Paria Falls A colibri in Asa Wright nature center

Red ibises arriving every evening from Venezuela