A Tour of Nevis

Nevis is a tiny island of 12,000 people. Located south of St. Kitts. Together they form the two island country of St. Kitts and Nevis, though they both maintain separate island governments. Europeans began coming to Nevis in the early 1600’s. Fruit and sugar were exported and plantations were built. Many have gone to ruin…

Sundays in Paradise

Sundays on most islands is still considered a day of rest, usually the only businesses open are those run by Chinese. On Nevis, this is true also, except for the restaurants that cater to tourist. The season is short and they have to catch them while they can. We had moored Corcovado off the Four…

Charleston, Nevis

We’ve been to Nevis once before and I’m glad we took the time to come back. The city of Charleston has preserved the old English architecture well. Many buildings built from stone, dates back to the days of Lord Nelson when the stone came from England as ballast for their boat, they needed the weight…

Sunsets

  Thoughout the world, I think everyone respects a fantastic sunset and from our boat we get to see the best.  But whether viewed from our boat, from a beach, a remote fishing village, or the mountain top of a Caribbean island, the best are those shared with our friends and loved ones.  So, this…