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Where in the World: St. Kitts crew seminars

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Crew from 15 yachts participated in Acrew’s fourth Caribbean Crewfest in mid-January at Christophe Harbour in St. Kitts.

The four-day event featured workshops, educational onboard sessions and social activities. Yachts included One More Toy, Lucky Lady, Blue Moon, Berilda, Relentless, Odessa, Joy, Perseus 3, Baton Rouge, Sherakhan and Twilight.

The Baton Rouge boys were awarded the 2019 trophy for the Crewfest Games. The final event was a “Glow on the Beach Crew Party” featuring glow paint and jewelery at Salt Plage in Christophe Harbour.

Workshops covered crew topics, including: Team Roles and Leadership; The Secrets of a Sushi Chef; Does your Uniform Need an Update?; Everything to know about Ropes, Knots and Splicing; Understanding Stabilization – Tips & Tricks to Combat Seasickness; Financial Well-Being; and Pets Onboard.

Crew stayed busy with biking, yoga, golf, wine-tasting and tours of St. Kitts and Nevis. For more images, visit acrew.com.


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