My wife and 2 kiddies are buying
42 in Trinidad, climbing aboard mid April. For the first month or so we will be finding our feet...after that we are keen to have a nice route
in the S Caribbean
or eastward towards Brazil
...if thats feasible...during Hurricane
season...Once the H season is over we wish to cruise
from Trinidad north to BVI, but: Where can we go from May till November without ending too far west so that we can still cruise
through eastern caibbean at the end of the H season? I have no experience sailing in the Caribbean
...but I don't want to be holed up in the same spot for the entire H period...I am trying to get the hang of this whole Hurricane
season thing...can one get into lake Maracaibo (just looking at a low res atlas at the moment), read a great post on Lake Nicaragua
, but thats probably too far west and will make it hard to get back too eastern caribbean
after the H season...what about Suriname? We don't mind 3 world options as long as we don't end up in the middle of a revolution or being sold on some slave market.
I am sure lots of cruisers must have this "Hurricane season wanna have fun dilemma" and I would appreciate any tips.
Our plan is too eventually explore the central america
and then the pacific.