Thanks to Rob Matthews for sending us this great Conch Cap Photo taken at Red Rocks at Sedona, Arizona!
The ‘Caribbean Christmas Tree’
Now a rare and endangered species, the Century plant or Agave used to be prolific around the Virgin Islands and Caribbean region. Around Easter time the hills of the BVI used to be filled with the colourful yellow blossom. Unfortunately around 2000 the population was devastated by an invasive species of beetle, but we are now beginning to see them make a come back!
For most of it’s life the Century plant is a short, spiky shrub but as it dies it sends up a tall stalk (that can reach 10-20 feet!) which bursts into large, bright blossoms. It’s this stalk that is usually decorated and used as a Christmas tree once all the blossom has finished!
Conch Charters Superior Rum!
Conch’s Fab Spot of the Month!
De Loose Mongoose
Located on the beach at Trellis Bay, De Loose Mongoose has a fantastic setting! Enjoy cool, breezy evenings on the beach looking out over the water.
Along side all the old favourites, such as burgers and pastas, they also serve a great selection of fish and seafood dishes as well as traditional Caribbean meals. Be sure to try the chicken roti! They have a Taco Tuesday and a big BBQ grill out on Friday and Sunday. On a full moon Fireball Party night they have a mouthwatering pig spit buffet!
You could always just stop by for Happy Hour between 3 -7pm, they have some great drink specials!
Looking for somewhere to stay? The Beef Island Guest House is right next door with 4 rooms available. Close by the airport it is perfect if you need somewhere to stay at either the beginning or the end of your charter.
The correct answer to last months question was; ‘Sage Mountain’Conch-grats to: ‘Marty Post’
Contact us for your cap!
Now available in; Red, Navy, Grey, Yellow, Pink and White!
4 oz Conch’s Superior Rum
4 oz Orange Juice
1 can Ice TeaMix the orange juice and Ice Tea together in large jug with ice. Pour into glasses, then float 1oz of rum on top. Finish with some slices of orange.
Boat for Sale
Leopard 43 2005
‘John Mon’s Legacy’ – $225,000
The Leopard 4300 is a very spacious catamaran with 4 cabins and 4 heads, she has plenty of room for 8 people to enjoy.
Each cabin has good ventilation along with fans to keep you cool at night. There is plenty of storage space for your clothes and personal items.
The roomy cockpit has an elevated helm position which provides a great foredeck viewing with instrument displays. This allows more space for you and your crew to relax under the shade of the hard top bimini. The large table and seating area can comfortably seat eight for meals. There is a walk through access to a swim platform with boarding ladder and external shower.