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Caribbean Islands Cruising Guide - USA Edition - cover

Caribbean Islands Cruising Guide - USA Edition

Michael Briant

Publisher: Accent Press

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Summary

This version of the popular ‘Caribbean Islands Cruising Guide’ is for sailors coming from the USA or Canada and heading into the islands for a season or longer.  All the routes are geared to Southbound Yachts

The American Caribbean Islands Cruising Guide details exactly the best and easiest route from Florida via the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos, Dominican Republic to the US Virgin Islands.

 
This book details how to get there and how to get home plus details of all the Island groups and anchorages. Pictures and chart details together with descriptions of the islands.

 
Contents:


Overview - Weather, Hurricanes, Security & Paperwork
 Getting there from the USA
 USA to Virgins the easy way (Florida to USVIs)
 Getting there from Europe. (Gibraltar to the Caribbean)
 The Virgin Islands
 Saint Martin towards Antigua
 Antigua to Martinique
 St Lucia to Carriacou – Grenadines
 Grenada and Trinidad
 Trinidad to Venezuela and ABC Islands
 Routes back to USA
Route back to Europe

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