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Though longC RU I S I N G WO R L D NOVE MBER 2006 ON N E VAN DE R WAL Requiem for a Mariner BY HERB McCORMICK time Newport wharf rats will insist that the ﬁgure seems low. While Tiedemann rested and caught his breath on that January day, one wonders if he gave at least a passing thought to the upcoming summer and all the work and fun and sailing that lay ahead. Like every year, it was going to be jampacked: Gleam had to be extricated from her winter wraps and brought back to her spit-and-polish stateliness.
Traditionally rigged passenger schooners kept their sails pulled tight over centerline to steady their hulls in the ever-blowing trade wind. Much as I thought I’d jump in on anchoring duties, I was so dazed by the glistening surroundings that I just stared out over the horizon. Before I knew it, Mark had picked a spot behind Horseshoe Reef, safely spaced among a couple dozen or so of the assembled mixed ﬂeet, and Sue and Paula had dropped the anchor with the help of Galasminda’s electric windlass.
C RU I S I N G WO R L D NOVE MBER 2006 49 61º 20’ 61º 10’ Bequia E S Mustique D IN 13º N The Moorings base Canouan Mayreau 12º 40’ N AN D TH E G R E N A 12º 50’ N Saline Bay Tobago Cays Horseshoe Reef Mopion CE NT Union Island . V IN Chatham Bay Petit St. Vincent 12º 30’ N ST Petit Martinique Carriacou 12º 20’ N 12º 10’ N GRENADA Nautical Miles 0 10 20 L et’s head to the Tobago Cays,” I said to Mark. Maybe the Pirates of the Caribbean film crew had left behind a stash of bottles from the scene they’d filmed on Petit Tabac, one of its islets.
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