Caribbean Crewfest teaches safety, fun

Jan 23, 2017 by To the Triton

Crew from 12 yachts took part in Acrew Caribbean Crewfest from Jan. 11-14 at Christophe Harbour in St. Kitts. They participated in nine workshops, Crewfest Games and other competitions as well as a masquerade party. Workshops covered situational awareness; drone safety, security and handling; improving movement for deck safety; creating cocktails; guest service preferences; fuel facility; and paddle boarding and water safety. PHOTOS/STEPHEN SMITH

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