sailing on kingston harbour 1973(ish)

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a lot of dready art sailboats recently … one led to the next really … this is Tacita.
Tacita was built in the UK and sailed across the atlantic first to Cayman and then to Jamaica where she was bought by a Jamaican family … she later sailed off toward Australia but sank en-route.
kingston harbour, i’m told doesn’t look like that anymore and sure, it has changed, I saw it just 2 weeks ago …
the coastline is more crowded, quarries are gouged out of the hillsides …
the top 6″ of water is the only thing that’s alive under that the harbour is septic or a-septic, dirty and poisoned … but the sky is still lovely and the surface is still a lovely blue-grey.
smoood sailin!


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Dready art is a 100% caribbean product: it was imagined here, designed here, tested here – in barbados, bvi, cayman, grenada and jamaica – we live here and are from here, our children were born here, I draw it here (mostly, cause sometimes I draw it when I’m traveling!). So despite what has become the kind of global reach of dready art we try to think of ourselves as a little caribbean company just doing our thing.

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