Monthly Archives: March 2017

Exumas at Last

With the 35 knot winds finally abated we headed east to the Exuma group, along with another dozen or so boats who had all obviously been waiting for the weather to clear.

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Nassau and Atlantis Water Park

Capitol of the Bahama Islands, with a population of around a quarter of a million people, Nassau is the main tourist destination of those visiting New Providence Island.  We reached the main harbour and shipping channel after an easy sail … Continue reading

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Eleuthera

The Eleuthera group is a narrow chain of islands and the epicentre of the Bahamian commercial lobster, conch and fishing industry.  The main town is the very colourful Dunmore Town, which is a major tourist destination for the rich and … Continue reading

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Farewelling the Abacas

After a few more days in Marsh Harbour, this time at the Abaca Beach Resort Marina, restocking and gathering the various bits and pieces for ongoing repair work we headed back down south to our exit point at Little Harbour … Continue reading

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Swimming Pigs

Yes, not only can pigs fly, they can also swim!

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The Abacos

After almost a week at the Berry Island group, most of which was spent hiding from fairly strong easterly winds, we headed north to the Abacos group of islands.  It was about 60NM. We were hoping to take about 9 hours, … Continue reading

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