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Exploring Saint Martin - Where the cruisers go...

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The 2 marine chandleries in Saint Martin are the biggest I've ever seen! If you'd like to take a peek...

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"While Mo sits at the Lagoonies bistro and studies for her SCUBA diving class, Drake visits the two marine chandleries, Island Water World and Budget Marine."


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Another great video......Keep it up.
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Great Video Thanks!
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You didn't include Jimbos at Simpson Bay Marina. Another big cruiser hangout. More video of babes in bikinis would be nice!
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Oh and Zee Best-Thee best breakfast in St. Martin!
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Oh and Zee Best-Thee best breakfast in St. Martin!
We did have breakfast at that very nice outdoor seating breakfast restaurant. I remember there was a chicken walking around among the tables looking for scraps.
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You didn't include Jimbos at Simpson Bay Marina. Another big cruiser hangout. More video of babes in bikinis would be nice!

We didn't get to check out Jimbo's.. next time..
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I missed my (and other cruiser's) hangout at Barnacle's - home of the best ribs I've ever had! It is at the site of the old Shrimpy's. You can tell that it is a real cruiser's hangout as the place is packed at happy and once that bell goes off the majority of the crowd melts away into their dinghies and disappears into the lagoon

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Get a foam cover for your microphone. Kills the wind noise.

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I missed my (and other cruiser's) hangout at Barnacle's - home of the best ribs I've ever had! It is at the site of the old Shrimpy's. You can tell that it is a real cruiser's hangout as the place is packed at happy and once that bell goes off the majority of the crowd melts away into their dinghies and disappears into the lagoon

Thanks for the video!
Barnacle's is a pretty cool cruiser's hangout! That's where Mo and I interviewed Astrid and Bjorn from s/v Buena Vista. We had just finished a full day of SCUBA diving and then took the dinghy to Barnacles for a few beers before the interview.

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