Time to get this blog up to date and fill in some missing details…
In our last exciting blog episode, rally organiser pseudo-extrodinare and sometimes navigator, yours truly, was dealing with some negative feedback from one unhappy rally customer (there is no pleasing some…), while making a last round of compulsory visits to friends and family before the big push to start building some infrastructure in French Guiana and Guyana.
Could it get more exciting than that?
Definitely! But probably somewhere other than here…
Mind you, my quick visit to meet with the marina architects in land locked Matto Grosso, Brazil had some high points.
But all too soon I was back in Saint Laurent du Maroni opening the new office of the association “Friends of the Nereid’s Rally”, and doing something that looked a lot like “real work”…
for a change…
It’s now the end of January and I’m pleased to announce that Saint Laurent now offers a whole range of services to visiting yachtsmen including:
●Check-in Check-out Assistance
●Help with Provisioning
●Internet & Laundry
●Technicians & Spare Parts
●Yacht & Freight Management
●Airport pick up & drop off
●Mail Order Chandlery
There is even a mini cafe just for the sailors!
But wait… there’s more…
While I can’t offer you a set of free steak knives with your visit…
Nor will I guarantee 100% satisfaction or your money back…
I can at least tell you that the material to install 20 moorings is on its way, and if all goes well, you can pick up a surpervised buoy in Saint Laurent for around 10 Euro a day (extra services for long term stays) starting May.
For details, contact the association at:
I have been following your blog for a long while now.
I went Transatlantic and have to tell you now that sitting in this bloody office reading all your exploits makes me feel downright envious. The word bastard springs to mind!!
I am linking you into my blog CJSCamcorder.com so that others can read this (don’t know why I didn’t do it sooner).
Take care out there and let the good times roll.
I will ignore the b the a and the d (as all of us should)…
And in appreciation of your putting up with my writing, I’ll dedicate my next post to your suggestion…
“let the good times roll”.