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The Cruising Guide to the Leeward Islands: Anguilla Through Dominica Spiral-bound – May 1 2010


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Good, but needs prices!~ Oct. 7 2010
By S. Crow - Published on Amazon.com
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Another great cruising guide...but for some reason Chris decided not to put in PRICES of restaurants, etc., like in former guides ("A,B,C,D") that denote expensive to cheap.

IMO the "next level" in these type of guides will give actual prices...maybe menu copies...for food, restaurants, liquor, etc., so people will not have to read, "a good deal", or "fairly cheap", or other ambiguous, matter-of-opinion comments.

These guides should also include what the marinas charge for dockage, etc, and any other charges should be listed, not referenced as cheap or modest or expensive.
Doyle's Cruising guide to the Leeward Islands Oct. 15 2012
By Gary P. Pierce - Published on Amazon.com
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In the eight years that I cruised the Caribbean, the Doyle cruising guide for the particular area was a necessary resource. It spent a lot of time in the cockpit, and I especially like the feature now of the spiral binding...very user-friendly.

It was at my side, when I made my first crossing from Virgin Gorda to Simpson Bay Lagoon in St. Maarten... We left Virgin Gorda at about 3 PM in order to give us plenty of time to make the 5:30 PM drawbridge opening into the lagoon.

The thing I love about the Doyles guides is that they not only give you enough information to make safe anchorages, they also are great resources for the facilities that you need ashore... where is customs,regulations to expect, where are local grocery stores, marine supplies, where to take your garbage and of course the most favorite watering holes used by cruisers.

These guides are must haves when you cruise the Caribbean... thanks for a great product.
The Cruising Guide to the Leeward Islands, 11th edition, Nov. 13 2011
By Guenter - Published on Amazon.com
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we (two families) are planning our holidays in that area. It's the best you can buy for preparation, harbours, shops, beaches are described in detail! Very helpfull for us to plan our tour
Cruising Guide to the Leeward Islands Sept. 12 2011
By Sally in Annapolis - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband Tom and I, along with our cat Sailor Boy spend our winters in the Caribbean, island hopping. We have every one of Chris Doyle's cruising guides for the entire Caribbean, and update them yearly as things change. You could say they are the bible of knowledge from anything from local culture,places to go and see, contact information for anything to do with boats, etc. More importantly good maps that include water depths, info on each harbor, places to grocery shop, all of your needs in fact incuding safety warnings. Absolutely everything you need to know is in these books. We would not leave home without you Chris Doyle!!! If you take one set of books for your Caribbean travels, this surely has to be it.
Usefull and a pleasure to read Jan. 2 2011
By Robert - Published on Amazon.com
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The guide is once again good in its details. It helped me to find my way from harbour to harbour, and is detailed in is descrpitions where to sail and what to expect. So I knew that we might have to anchor at sea because of swell at Statia and not surprised when I was asked to do so. It also gives usefull names and numbers (thank you Reg at St. Kitts for helping me to get a mechanic at X-mas!) and gives you good tips for reataurants and alike. It also is a pleasure to reed with a specific sense of humour.


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