GUESTS ONBOARD

TIME AND LOCATION

One of the biggest challenges is where to meet, or when
As we only move at 6 knots or so, we give guests one of
two options; l
ocation or date
They cannot do both
For example, if someone wishes to meet us at Antigua,
we will let them know when we wil be there
If they wish to come on board on the 5th of May (for example), we will
let them know where we will be

So far we have found that the system works extremely well


RULES OF THE VESSEL

GENERAL ETIQUETTE

We split all costs - diesel, food, booze etc

We do not do marinas. If you feel an important urge to
overnight in a marina, we will be happy to tie up on your
account

We are not on holiday and do not make the habit of eating
out

If there are things that you would like to do on your own
and you would like to have your own space, please do so
Time on your own is very important

Arrive with a bottle of hard stuff
It is good for the soul

We imbibe in evening drinkies on board andI will always
get the first round, after that I am not a bar steward
Guys, please make the next round of drinks for everyone


SALOON AND GALLEY HABITS

Step up to the plate
We do not have a roster
We expect everyone to jump in and do work

The cook never does dishes

When you use dishes, please clean up after yourself

If someone makes tea, coffee, toast etc, reciprocate

Same for Sundowners, you are most welcome to make
them for everyone

Don’t be the one that always receives

Please, no sleeping in the saloon

Please keep all clothes and gear in your cabin

There is an electrical outlet in each cabin for the
charging of computers and phones


HABITS OF THE HEADS

Only items that have passed through the body are
allowed in the toilet

That means no toilet paper or tampons or overcoats
down the toilet, unless of course they have been
digested first

Always clean the bowl with the toilet brush after
purging the body of excess matter

Men (and Ladies of course) sit down while you pee





Russell Poulston 2013