Inside Sailtrek, Secrets of the Caribbean: Captain Monique Mills, Sail Jambalaya

Aug 05, 06:00 PM
This week we head to Grenada, and talk to Canadian Captain, Monique Mills. We talk about what it is like for Grenada over a year after the start of the Pandemic, how small businesses are coping, who is chartering, and what Grenada is like to visit as a tourist at the moment, including protocols for tourist safety.

During the downtime, not only did Monique and her crew do all the necessary maintenance on the yacht, but as well found time to give back to the community and the oceans in which she, and many others earn a living and feed their families!

"On an uninhabited island of the Windward Islands, lays Isle Rhonde. A community comes together to remove massive plastic waste at a turtle nesting site. Almost all the waste is from single use plastic water bottles. It is critical that the flow of plastic stops. Over 100 bags of garbage were transported on Jambalaya to Grenada mainland. Sailing vessel Hecate transported a similar quantity of garbage."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zf1hMahWwM

For more on Captain Monique Mills:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/monique-mills-0633095/
https://sailjambalaya.com/

To view the show Secrets of the Caribbean:

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/secretsofthecaribbean

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