This November we will cross the Atlantic, from the Canaries
to the Caribbean
. Over there, we will head
north and are planning for Cuba
sometime in April. Then Florida
We have to decide how far south/west it is advisable to aim for when we make the crossing.
We were thinking to make Grenada
the first Port of Call, and then go up to Martinique
to meet some friends for New Year.
The prevailing winds should be E / SE, so thats really not ideal for that trip.
Any suggestions? How would you plan a season that begins in the Grenadines in December and ends up in Florida
in June or July?
Bent, S/Y Karma, DK
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