Cruising the Eastern Caribbean
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Since we can no longer fit everything in the Cruising Guide without mounting it on wheels, this is where you’ll also find extras like detailed hikes and maps, GPS waypoints, info on customs and communications, and links to useful websites.
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On September 7th Hurricane Irma made landfall, causing significant damage to both marine and land-based infrastructure in Anguilla, Barbuda, St. Martin and the Virgin Islands. The status of many of the services listed for these islands in the Cruising Guide and on this website are currently unknown. Our hearts and minds are with all those affected, and we are optimistic that they will be able to recover and rebuild. We are hopeful that many services will be up and running again by the time the cruising season begins, and will do our best to keep our readers updated. For more detailed information visit our updates and Doyle Guides Facebook page.
In light of the recent frequent hurricane activity, we have added the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Magic Seaweed (wind and swell predictor) to the Useful Tools tab at the top of this page. Stay safe, stay informed.
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