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Women Who Sail...and Me!

This April I have the privilege—along side my long-time friend, America’s Cup winner Carol Vernon--of crewing a group of sailing women around Grenada. No men allowed. Can you imagine the fun we’ll have???

The trip is offered to the international Facebook group, Women Who Sail, by Mahalo Sailing Charters.

Believe it or not, almost eighty women on ten yachts will be sailing, snorkeling, swimming, beachcombing and partying near the very southern end of the Grenadines Island Chain in the Caribbean Sea. With no men. Think we’ll get noticed?

It’ll be great to get raise the sails again (haven’t been on a sailboat since November!) and see how Grenada has changed since I was there last. The adventure’s roster is closed to newcomers, but go on Facebook and check out Mahalo Sailing who organizes charters throughout the world, and Women Who Sail for some broad-reaching sea stories and fix-it sailing solutions.

I’ll report back after our trip, but keep in mind, what happens in Grenada just might have to stay in Grenada…

Winston Hovey and Cynthia Zvanut Hovey transformed their desire to simplify their lives and be free of all their “stuff” into a mutual second career in paradise, first running a pirate bar and then as crew on megayachts. Their new book, "There's a Yacht More to Life," spans 25 years of their adventurous career makeover. For more information contact Winston and Cynthia at

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