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Wow sail through the night and bam wake up at dock Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas and only independent since 1970s and quaint and colonial with lovely pastel coloured buildings. Bonus if you are keen, shopping haven - no tax or duty There is a tourist magnet resort called Atlantis, we went to the beach! Free is good, waters warm and clear (in winter) Awesome time ...
... roadstead anchorage at Northwest channel but a calmer night. Which was good as the following jump to New providence was such a great sail.
Imagine the perfect sail. Warm wind, sunshine, beautiful blue and green water a couple of kilometers deep and a reach with full sail. It just does not get any better.
Simunye revelled in the light chop holding averages around 6.7 knots and topped out at a very respectable 7.3knots. When ...
... I was hot and thirsty and eager to move on. We walked down hill to the main shopping street, a narrow road lined with tiffany's, diamond stores, high end watch stores etc. But we weren't interested. All we wanted was a bottle of water. We found a gourmet Belgium Chocolate shop and bought a chocolate each and a bottle of water. It was a nice spot to stop. We decided after this to return to the ship. We weren't interested ...
... When I got down there I realized they were not open yet and had to go back out and get in line. So much for being early.
Dinner was good but we had to be quick as we were going to the Orpheum Theater to see the Broadway review. We got pretty good seats and the show was really enjoyable. Before the show started, Captain Gus came out and talked to us and then he played the trumpet. Pretty talented. Time for the show. They performed music ...
... until at least November as she will spend the whole of the summer ported in Southampton. It is formal night tonight and so we start getting ready to put on our tuxes. The day we got onboard we noticed there were a few problems with the sizing of the items we ordered. Peters shirts and trousers were too short and so were my trousers. We got that fixed, however what we didn't notice that there were no black ties for either of us or a Cumber-band for ...