|Cruising in the Comfort Zone Series:
..Texas to Florida
..Florida and Mexico
Western Caribbean Cruising Series:
..Guatemala to Honduras
..Bay Island of Roatan
Cruising the Pacific Coast of Panama Series:
..Part 1: Bocas del Toro to the Bay of Portobelo.
..Part 2: Portobelo to Lemmon Cayes.
..Part 3: Road Trip.
..Part 4: Cruising the San Blas.
..Part 5: San Blas & Panama City.
..Deep in the Heart of Bocas
..Home Sweet Home
..Cruising Kuna Yala
..Denver Gang Comes to Panama
..Nieto - Grandson
..No One Said It Was Easy
..Where's the Duct Tape
..Living on Texas Time
Don and Yvonne
sail on s/v Usquaebach a 40' Gulfstar Ketch. They left
the Chesapeake in Nov. of 2005 and took a 9 month sail to arrive
in their new home port in Jonesville Point, Roatan. They
are in the process of completing their house.
Yvonne says, "Between building, sailing, cruisers coming by and friends flying in to visit they have busy days. The last 3 -1/2 years have flown by and most of it was wonderful!"
Don & Yvonne happily refer people who come to the Jonesville area about what to see and where to go in and around Roatan ... Mangrove tours, Hole In The Wall, where to shop via dinghy, where to get a dive boat, etc. They graciously take people into town who need provision shopping, or to "check in" at Coxen Hole. They have a truck and only ask that the cruiser pay for the fuel. They monitor 72 from early am, Don is up at 5:30am, till past dark, unless the weather is rough then till they're tucked in our bunks. They also offer charters aboard Usquaebach.
Yvonne & Don's Website
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