|Broken Valve cover bolt|
at the airport I went to Road Town to clear out and also stopped by the diesel mechanic shop to find the M5 ss bolt that could replace the one that was broken on the engine. Upon
|Sailing pas the Ram's Head, St. John, USVI|
bolt was installed. So here I am, on March 1st, 2013 in Trellis Bay, Beef Island.
In 5 days Ginger arrives in
St Thomas and I am picking
her up. It is not far, but I better be there, engine woes
|Arriving in St. Thomas|
to have the Old Cranky running again and on March 2, Wereda sailed out of Beef Island. It was already dark when the anchor was dropped in the Emerald (Lindbergh) Bay, St. Thomas.
|A Polish sailor from my home town in Poland|
Capt. Jacek Rajch, visiting Wereda
|Wereda at anchor in Emerald Bay, St Thomas|
|Visiting Jacek and Ewa on their yacht Osprey|
unusable. The floor needed
professional help to stay glued.
I was very lucky that the
Aldebaran had a spare one and offered it to me at no cost. That helped a lot, since the following day Ginger was arriving and I had no idea if I'll be able to ferry her and her luggage from the
|Ginger arrived last night. First breakfast onboard|
|Gosia and Chris from s/v Aldebaran visiting Wereda|
aboard Wereda. It took a second
trip ashore to pick up the rest of
|Visiting old friends Janusz and Danuta at their newly|
acquired residence in St. Thomas
|which included an excellent dinner and fantastic views|
of the Magen's Bay from their terrace.
|Could not pass up the lobster dinner at the Greenhouse|
On March 12, 2013 Wereda weighed her anchor and we left St. Thomas after a short stop at the Crown Bay fuel dock to top up on diesel and water and also to have our holding tank emptied. Our next destination: the White Bay on Jost van Dyke, BVI.
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