Loved your pictures, do you mind telling me if you went on a full day with
Salty Dog and what you paid. Did the guests get involved with the actual
Sent: Friday, August 02, 2002 6:56 PM
My wife and I spent a day sailing with Salty Dog, and we had a blast. We
didn't fish really, but the snorkeling was great. If you have any
questions, feel free to e-mail me on or off list. Also, if you follow
link, the pictures on the boat were taken on Captain Dusty's boat.
> From: "Steve "
> Reply-To: roatan.....com
> Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2002 11:37:00 -0700
> To: "Roatan Discuss"
> Subject: [roatan] Sailing on Roatan!!!
> Dear Group,
> I'm a big fan of sailing. I'm a novice, but nevertheless, enjoy it a
> Some of my best memories of Roatan are when I was on a friend's boat,
> including a trip to Cayos Cochinos.
> Roatan is a great place to sail and I'd like to announce Salty Dog Sea
> Charters, run by Captain Dusty and Mandy. They sent me a short
> below. I wish them the best of luck.
> "Sailing out of West End, Roatan, Salty Dog Sea Charters offers various
> trips. Short 2 hour sunset sails, full day sail-fish-snorkle trips and 3
> day/2 night liveaboard cruises to the Cayos Cochinos are just some of
> possibilities. Captain Dusty and crew Mandy are 3 1/2 year residents of
> End and hope to see you on "First Light", a modern 37' sailboat."
> You can contact them and visit them online at their website
> http://www.roatansailing.com/ or AOLers can href="http://www.roatansailing.com/"> click here.
> Moderator - Send cries for help to steve.....com
> www.roatanet.com - Visitors Guide to Roatan and the Bay Islands