Travel Blogs from Georgetown Bahamas, Bahamas

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A first taste of the real Bahamas, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

A first taste of the real Bahamas

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger

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Ahhh, the Exuma islands are absolutely beautiful! Even our flight there was fantastic as we got to see all those small islands, cays and turquoise water from up above. Yes, finally the sun was out again in full force ;-))!  We checked into a nice ...

Birthday Celebrations Bahamian Style!, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Birthday Celebrations Bahamian Style!

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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uploaded these ones in haste.  Birthday pics first...then a bunch of others.  Will fix them later!!! :) ...

Two Months on!, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Two Months on!

A travel blog entry by hejira

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On Tuesday night, we discussed our plans. Our friend Pete Ver Ploeg is sailing on his boat, The Strolla, with three friends (www.voyagesofthestrolla.blogspot.com).  We've been a few weeks behind all along, but they have recently stopped in the ...

Georgetown / Stocking Island, Great Exuma, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Georgetown / Stocking Island, Great Exuma

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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A few pics of our last few days before arriving in Georgetown (GGT) - met up with Flextime at Oven Rock - going out Farmer's Cut and from the SHORT time I was there before flying home. - Peace and Plenty - Stocking Island Also, a few pics for the time I ...

Georgetown, Stocking Island Take Two!, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Georgetown, Stocking Island Take Two!

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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Dolphins and Stingray, Sea Planes and Helicopters! Oh my! Having fun at Stocking Island and in Georgetown now that the crowd of cruisers has cleared! ...

Crossing.. closer to myself, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Crossing.. closer to myself

A travel blog entry by scubalover

The crossing - St maarten to Exuma via Puerto Rico, Domican Republic, Turks and Caicos, Provo 9:47pm off the white sand banks south of Turks and Cicos. 6 crew - no guests and not another person, boat or piece of land in sights. Smells  - the ...

Mar 01, 2013, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Mar 01, 2013

A travel blog entry by matthavemann

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Hawksbill Cay - George Town (11. og 12. mai), Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Hawksbill Cay - George Town (11. og 12. mai)

A travel blog entry by steinaag

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... fornøyde med tilværelsen, men det skulle kanskje bare manlge med disse omgivelsene. Planen da vi dro i går var å dra ned til Georgetown langt mot syd i Exumas, og så overnatte en natt eller to i marinaen der før videre ferd mot Cuba. Det hjelper å ...

Nassau Bound, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Nassau Bound

A travel blog entry by heidi.brown

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... to bed early…( long day for me… my day began at 4:30 am this morning which was actually 3:30 am here in Bahamas… so I’m pretty tired….) Monday March 22, 2010 Arrived Georgetown at 6:15 pm, cloudy and humid but nice to feel ...

St. Francis Resort, Georgetown Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

St. Francis Resort

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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... we took our dingies to the St. Francis Resort for a late lunch. What a beautiful anchorage. Georgetown is one of the greatest cruising destinations in the Bahamas, hosting between 400-700 boats at Regatta times. Some people stay for months at a time to ...

Fourth Update of 2006, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Fourth Update of 2006

A travel blog entry by apshago

... to take us to the Dominican Republic. We have been to the DR for a couple weeks, back thru the TCI and we are currently in the Bahamas waiting for the right winds to take us back to the States. There is SO much to say about the last couple weeks - so ...

Saturday, March 24, Georgetown Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Saturday, March 24

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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... us. We met this forlorn couple in front of the laundromat and they told us their boat sunk Saturday afternoon. They also left Georgetown Saturday, but were three hours behind us. They had a 42 foot Whitby, a solid built ketch. She said they hit something ...

Second Update of 2006, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Second Update of 2006

A travel blog entry by apshago

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So when we were in George Town last week, we were coming back from diving and, as i have told you guys, we have a very small tender boat (actually, it's the smallest boat we have seen so far in our travels) and we take a lot of ribbing for it. no big ...

Leaving paradise, Georgetown Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Leaving paradise

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

Hi everyone. As of right now it looks like we and 3/4 of the over 300 boats anchored here are leaving tomorrow. We are headed for Black Point about 50 miles to the north. We'll keep ya posted once we get another chance at the internet. All our love. ...

Georgetown or Bust!, Georgetown Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Georgetown or Bust!

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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... a narrow passage that opens up to the Atlantic waters. There are numerous cuts along the string of Exumas and in order to get to Georgetown we have to go into the Atlantic. We planned to arrive at this cut at slack low tide since ebb tide flows can build ...

Boat Life, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Boat Life

A travel blog entry by scubalover

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Boat life is a thing of perplexity, it takes a fine line to do it well, and most do it not so well. Me, Im in the middle. I master it for short periods of time then i burn out. Think of going to the office in the am and being able to go home after work ...

First Update of 2006, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

First Update of 2006

A travel blog entry by apshago

... - it is super long (duh) about 70 miles long and 4 miles at it's widest point and it was actually quite hilly for the bahamas so when you crest every hill - it would be these breathtaking 360 degree views. bernie was driving and we ended up on these ...

Volley et épicerie!, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Volley et épicerie!

A travel blog entry by bahamas2012

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... de nouvelles rencontres et les couchers de soleil sont toujours aussi magnifiques. Dès demain, un front froid envahit les Bahamas. Les vents souffleront jusqu'à 30 noeuds pendant 4 jours...heureusement, nous serons protégés dans une luxueuse marina ...

Exuma Cays, Bahamas, Georgetown, Bahamas travel blog

Exuma Cays, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by ozpaula

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... traditional Bahamian built sailing boats racing over a few days.  It's a great tradition and draws crowds from all over the Bahamas and beyond.  The boats are wooden and the sails are huge.  Headed north again back through Exuma Cays, then ...

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