BOAT BOYS

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You can’t cruise the Caribbean with­out en­coun­ter­ing the some­times overzeal­ous en­trepreneurs who ar­rive in col­or­ful boats with names like Never Give Up and In God we Trust. They will try to sell you ev­ery­thing, from Tshirts to ice, lob­ster, fresh bread, fruit and even an­chor­ing ad­vice. In the Tobago Cays friendly. Back in 1990 I bought they’re well or­ga­nized, po­lite and swim shorts from a gent a T-shirt and a pair of lurid hand-made years on, Syd­ney was still named Syd­ney Dal­las. Twenty-seven Sur­prises, be­cause, as he says: ply­ing his trade from a boat named “I al­ways have a few sur­prises in store.” sports an im­pres­sive Now aged 54, Rasta­far­ian Syd­ney down to his waist when not crown of dread­locks, which spill speaks three lan­guages and hid­den un­der a tall “beanie.” He has lost none of his charm.

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