Angel Louse Sails in from London

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…Catamaran ANGEL LOUSE arrives Abaco…

Our good friends and long time email buddies and world sailors, Ed and Sue sailed in from London on their way to the USA east coast. Of course, we insisted that they stop in Marsh Harbor and go to THE JIB ROOM with us for Steak Night! Imagine sailing from London, south to Spain then to the Canaries and across the Atlantic in December into the Caribbean. From the Caribbean, they sailed north and east to the U.S. and Spanish Virgin Islands and then onto Dominican Republic and then north into the Bahamas where they sailed to ABACO.

We were so excited to see them after many many years of following their European Circumnavigation via rivers and the Med and then back across the Atlantic. When they sailed into the harbor after 6 days at sea, we gave then a full conch horn welcome and then delivered an ice cold quart of milk and warm homemade bread along with our WiFi internet access code to get online. These are key items for any cruising sailor who has been at sea so long. They were thrilled and grateful.

Radeen, Sue, Ed and Hayden at Jib Room

Later that night, we attended the world famous JIB ROOM and enjoyed the best steaks in the world. We watched the limbo show by Desmond and enjoyed the dance music by Jason. It is always a great time and I really enjoy sharing the Jib Room with friends. To me, this is one of our “Happy Places” and if you ever stop in, you will see why.

Champagne on Island Spirit

Radeen prepared dinner aboard Island Spirit and we popped a bottle of Champagne that Ed and Sue brought from Spain to celebrate their world sailing tour! What a great adventure. Radeen and I can not imagine crossing an ocean, especially without crew. Hearing their stories about all the places they have seen and all the adventures they experienced was a real thrill. We really admire them for their bravery and sense of adventure. These guys are AMAZING!

Country Flags on Angle Louse


We next sailed in their direction over to Treasure Cay to anchor for the night. It was quite hot and humid, so we all enjoyed bobbing the afternoon away in the calm waters of this exquisite beach of Treasure Cay. Ed and Sure raised the courtesy flags of all the countires visited over the past few years. What a sight to see a sailboat with so many different country flags (43!) and then to be here in Abaco proudly flying these flags was very impressive. What a lifetime adventure they are having. We are so proud to call them friends, close friends.

Here are a few more photos
Treasure Cay Beach day, look at the water with Ed, Sue and Radeen swimming

A crowded beach day at Treasure Cay

A Post Card….Treasure Cay

The Jib Room

Angel Louse anchored off our bow, very cool

Ed was a Federal Attorney, look at his boat napkins!!!!

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