Sugar Apple Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Sass and Jo for a short time... There were heaps of little nooks and crannies among the vegetation to sit down and eat. Most people took advantage of the beautiful white sand beach to do some sun-baking and swimming. Some hardy souls played some volleyball, but that seemed a little outrageous given the conditions. A walk back to the dock area... On the tender boat and back to the ship. We showered in the lukewarm water... Couldn't get the bloody thing cold.. Then passed ...
From Hatchett Bay we positioned ourselves at Egg Island to do the jump across a section of the Atlantic Ocean to reach the Abacos. We waited for a good day, and then exited the bay through the man made cut. It still doesn't look 90 feet wide...those rocks look like they are CLOSE! But we made it out very easily, and had a good sail up to Current Cut, ...
Hatchett Bay calls itself the Bahamas' most protected harbour.... Well isn't that kind of ironic?!?Mother Nature took out her frustrations on the only other boat in the harbour. Protected from wind and waves...yes. From lightning? Nope.
Since the lighting strike, we've become "good neighbours" with Mike. He's been doing a ton of work to his boat to recover from the strike (and fire) and move on. ...
... direct us to our destination and they cheerfully not only described which side of the dock had gas and which side was for tie up... But more importantly, they pointed to each. We ambled ( that's a nautical term, I think) over to the gas pump and on our first try, pulled into perfect position for refueling. Our confidence diminished almost immediately, when the operator on the dock handed the gas pump nozzle to Captain Jim and after looking around our craft a couple times, ...
... of the owner, we were instructed on how to start the generator that supplies electricity to the property. Our refrigerator and stove are propane gas driven, so if we rise and retire with the sun and the ocean breezes are cool at night, we may need electricity only occasionally. That's life "off the grid" for you. We got instructions for operating the Jeep that is included and the shortway radio that is in the house, in case we need assistance. Brent then handed us ...