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  1. November 28, 2018 at 1:24 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    Ile a Vache: St Firmin boat service
    Since 2013 I have been connected to Ile a Vache, on the southwest coast of Haiti. At first sight, I fell in love with the people and the place and I have stayed connected ever since.

    It is one of the only safe places in Haiti for cruisers since a part of the population depends on them, so the inhabitants will protect the cruisers to promote their bay as a safe destination.
    We are now able to announce a new service for cruisers, that will help you to make your stay in Ile a Vache even more comfortable: the St Firmin-family boat service.

    To make your preparations easier you can contact them by email or Whatsapp, to ask everything you want to know in advance, and help you during your stay with everything you might need.

    Edisson St Firmin speaks and writes fluently English and French. He helps you to good quality veggies and fruits for reasonable prices, delivers diesel on demand, can provide you with a Digicell sim card and change money and he can do all cleaning and polishing jobs on your boat. He or his brother can guide you to the weekly market and to the city of Les Cayes on the mainland. Their mother and sisters are ready to serve you a traditional Haitian dinner.

    The St Firmin family house is on the beach in Kay-Kok directly next to the old (ruined) church. They offer a guarded dinghy dock on the beach for only US$ 1,– per day. Edisson and his family are waiting to welcome you and to make your stay at Ile a Vache an unforgettable experience. You only need to send a message to

    Edisson St Firmin,
    By telephone + 509 48226358 (Whatsapp)
    or send him an email stfirmin_e@yahoo.com
    He can send you pictures of the location of the boat service on request

  2. January 9, 2018 at 1:16 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    Visit Haiti, January 2018.
    We visited Cap Haitian at the beginning of January.
    On arrival, the agent took care of Immigration. No customs are necessary. US$100 for everything.
    When you arrive at the city of Cap Haitian, go to the cargo dock opposite the coastguard and ask for Thomas, also known as “Ketchup”.

    He speaks good English and is working at the dock. The dock is very secure and when going to town, ask Thomas to go with you. He can arrange trips to the castle.
    Thomas has a friend called Rodney. He was our watchman, sitting on the boat and keeping it safe. Thomas is very good at showing people around the market and the town. He knows what is safe and not.

    Rodney got about 40 USD for 20 hours of “watch” and Thomas got 80 USD plus a big bag of rice for helping us for a whole week.

    About 3nm west of Cap Haitian there is a bay called Labadie. First when you enter you will pass a big cruise dock and island only made for cruise ship tourists. At the bottom of the bay is a little village which is very beautiful. Anchor in 6m in good mud.

    Water is not drinkable and watermakers are no use in Cap Haitian. There is too much garbage in the water. Have plenty of water and food on board. We bought a lot of food on the market, but carefully washed everything.

    Every person on Haiti has been extremely friendly and open. It’s a beautiful country with beautiful people. It is really worth a visit!

  3. October 14, 2016 at 10:32 AM
    Data Entry2 says:

    How you can Help Haiti in the wake of Hurricane Matthew

    Sam Altema is the SSCA representative on the island of Ile a Vache which was hit very hard during Hurricane Matthew to the point of sheer devastation. Food is actively being distributed according to reports from “Friends of Ile a Vache”, both by plane and barge, but the majority of homes have been destroyed with many having lost their belongings and personal property. Hard currency is needed to rebuild shelter and lives. If you wish to donate, Sam is working to distribute funds fairly and where they are needed the most.

    Altema Jean Samuel – E-mail: altema1986@gmail.com>
    Send funds via WESTERN UNION with Sam’s name. Donors will receive a ‘control’ number which must be emailed to Sam.

    Michael Samuel on the island of La Gonave, Haiti, is the POC for AAE (www.aaehaiti.org) and is also receiving donations via Western Union.

    Michel Samuel – E-mail: maitresam2001@yahoo.fr

  4. February 14, 2015 at 7:02 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    Posted on behalf of Frank VIrgintino from Marina Zarpar, DR:
    13 February 2015

    We have received a few boats, the most recent today, Canadian flagged, that sailed directly from Cartagena to Ile a Vache Haiti. I have never heard of boats being boarded by the authorities in Haiti, but in this case, the Haitian Coast Guard assisted by what appears to be United Nations military or police boarded the boat and retained the owner and crew a number of days while the boat endured extensive checking.

    I would recommend that boats coming from Colombia to Haiti, clear first at Jamaica at Port Antonio before proceeding east to Haiti.

  5. March 21, 2014 at 2:46 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    For Frank’s contact details, see Haiti Cruising Guide (free) under Publications – http://www.noonsite.com/Countries/Haiti?rc=GeneralInfo#Publications

  6. March 21, 2014 at 1:01 PM
    Data Entry2 says:

    We recently visited Haiti on our journey through the windward passage. We are thankful for the guidance that Frank V. gave us on where to stop. If you happen to be travelling the same route, you should stop at the small fishing village just under the northern peninsula. It breaks up the long sail and is a good place to rest.

    The people in the village are extremely nice and very helpful. Nobody asked us for money or bothered us in any way. There was a gentlemen name College who spoke pretty good English. He asked me to convey the real needs of the village where supplies. Especially things like paint (for the school), pens, pencils, and paper (for the kids), used or old sails for the fishermen, etc. After our initial anchoring, we were greeted by the fishermen, and taken ashore by College and his brother.

    We were given a tour of the village, and then played limbo, and jump rope with the children. It was an awesome visit. The anchorage is good for any easterlies, but it can be a bit rolly. Email Frank for the coordinates.

    Roark&Sheri
    s/v Island Pearl

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