Tommy's Inn

Address: Queens Highway, Long Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | B&B
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This B&B, located on Queens Highway, Long Island, is near Cape Santa Maria, Columbus Point, Conception Island, and Deadman's Cay Caves.
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      Clarence Town, Long Island, BAHAMAS

      A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Jan 24, 2015

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      My iPod thinks I'm in Cuba. We are NOT in Cuba!!!

      JAN 24
      We arrived in the Clarence Town harbour yesterday after a long day of motor sailing. It was another bumpy ride...the waves were confused, and we were really beating into them much of the time. So even though the sun was shining, it was a wet ride from all the spray. The boat is covered in a layer of salt. Saltwater seeped into the boat through every hatch. Luckily, we had everything set up so that mainly it was only ...

      Day 3, Princess Cays

      A travel blog entry by leemallender on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... night by some means or another so we had room service, sat on the balcony for a while then went back to bed. This morning we were up and about early, downstairs in the dining room for breakfast around 7.30. We chatted to a couple from Toronto and another couple about some of the cruises we had all done. I'm apparently abnormal for not liking that godforsaken place called Alaska !! Ah well, there ...

      Long Island - Clarence Town

      A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Mar 20, 2014

      22 photos

      ... before rain came in and looking forward to exploring Long Island tomorrow and doing the domestics. 21/3/14 I think we are doomed with no sleep. A calm sleepy bay turned into a roller coaster again over night and we woke up rolling around in the swell! A after a trip to shire we decide to move Ellisa into the marina for a night to ensure some sleep - are we getting old or what?!? A lovely Island and Eric sees lots of "projects" he fancies doing up and quite fancies living on ...

      Crossing the Tropic of Cancer

      A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... are unnecessary and one is always able to admire the passing view. The moon waxes horizontally here (from the bottom up) so that it can catch the rain. The strombid leap is not a dance but how the conch moves using their little claw. One travels 'up south' and 'down north. In the days before road travel the main mode of transportation was by sailboat. Since the prevailing winds are from the southeast, to sail south would be to ...

      Cruising Long Island, Bahamas

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Dec 15, 2012

      33 photos

      ... Island anchorage arriving from the north, although it suffers from perpetual surge. There was one other small sailboat anchored in the northernmost section of the bay, in depths we thought to be too shallow for us and possibly more exposed to swell from the not-too-distant ocean waters.

      A squally morning the next day kept us from departing Calabash until after lunch, when we finally continued south to Thompson Bay. We had ...