Travel Blogs from Nassau, Bahamas

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Las Bahamas- 'La vida en Azul', Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Las Bahamas- 'La vida en Azul'

A travel blog entry by myglobe

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Despertar y darse cuenta que el avión, en su descenso al aterrizaje sobre Nassau, Bahamas, comienza a ladearse y la única visión que tengo desde mi ventana es un hermoso paisaje compuesto de un océano increíblemente azul, y unas pequeñas islas ...

Nippers on Great Guana Cay to Man of War Cay, Man of War Cay, Bahamas travel blog

Nippers on Great Guana Cay to Man of War Cay

A travel blog entry by roy.eaton

... it through the Whale and Loggerhead channel. When weather didn't permit entry, the ships had to be diverted to the city of Nassau. People who had paid a hefty sum of money to be transported to a wilderness area were very disappointed. When the company ...

Bahama Jersey, what the?, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Bahama Jersey, what the?

A travel blog entry by aimeri

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... out of our hotel in New York City and catch a cab to Newark Airport in New Jersey, where we will be catching our flight to Nassau in the Bahamas.  We line up to get our boarding pass and check in our bags and it's all self service, I punch in our ...

Sailing day, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Sailing day

A travel blog entry by onighjoy

Another sailing day, another boot camp. I'm getting seriously tired with 6 sessions in the last 9 days. As I mentioned the trainer has toned it down for the fatties but I'm pushing a faster pace to get the same workout I experienced last week. After the ...

Arrived and now waiting out weather., Lyford Cay, Bahamas travel blog

Arrived and now waiting out weather.

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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Another gorgeous sail from Alder Cay to Lyford Cay. We stayed here for a few nights, waiting out strong winds. It's sunny, and beautiful, except for the winds that are blowing at 20 knots. Here, there are big orange starfish hanging out under the ...

West End, Grand Bahama Island, West End, Bahamas travel blog

West End, Grand Bahama Island

A travel blog entry by roy.eaton

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... sail from the north end of the Bahamas to the southern tip would be about 700 nautical miles. Within this area, the Bahamas separate themselves into several groupings. The Northern Bahamas, where we will cruise this winter, is the cruising ground known ...

Taste before you buy, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Taste before you buy

A travel blog entry by hejira

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... up. He reeled it in, and sure enough the lure and leader were gone... Damn. No fresh fish for Christmas dinner. We arrived into Nassau Harbour just after 1500 - again, it was great to get in with hours of sun to spare! As there is a storm en route and ...

Exploring ruins and relics, etc., Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Exploring ruins and relics, etc.

A travel blog entry by hejira

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... calming down a bit tonight, and we should have a few nice days ahead of us. Planning to leave for Norman's Cay in the morning.  We've had a nice time in Nassau, but it'll be nice to be en route to some really beautiful islands and anchorages. ...

Warderick Cay, Black Point, The Bahamas travel blog

Warderick Cay

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing

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This is National park land so time to put on the snorkel gear and brave the natives in the water! We were lucky enough to make VHF radio contact with another boat, Sabre a Tooth, near the park who managed to radio the site and get us a bouy, so off we ...

Wind Waves and Water, George Town, Bahamas travel blog

Wind Waves and Water

A travel blog entry by bellavita

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Living on a boat you'd expect to get a bit wet but it's actually something we try and avoid unless we are actually swimming but this week we've had no hope. After leaving the Turks and Caicos we made an overnight run to Rum Cay (very pretty but quiet) ...

rocking gently, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

rocking gently

A travel blog entry by sandie7

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... and generally organize ourselves. Now we are with friends Rick and Deb and Alix on their beautiful sailboat Oasis, rocking in harbour in Nassau. We will be here a few days and then hope to sail south towards the Exhumas with them. The kids are sleeping ...

We are sailing, we are sailing........, Princess Keys, Bahamas travel blog

We are sailing, we are sailing........

A travel blog entry by cameronadahl

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Big seas- Cave Cay, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Big seas- Cave Cay

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing

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After debating whether to lift anchor and move to other side of Harbour for better shelter, we decide we may as well move on North. By the time we had prepared the boat and dinghy we were almost at low tide so the exit route was quite shallow and slow ...

high speed slides and thnorkelling at Athol Island, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

high speed slides and thnorkelling at Athol Island

A travel blog entry by sandie7

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Well we are reaching the end of our time in the Bahamas where we have been the fortunate recipients of such incredible generosity of spirit and graciousness from our hosts Deb and Rick and Alix! We had six people in a 47 foot sailboat where moving ...

Staniel Cay, Black Point, The Bahamas travel blog

Staniel Cay

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing

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A lazy start with swim in beautiful clear waters - good job as later we saw sharks and rays nearby! A slow sail over to Staniel Cays, famous for the Thunderball blue hole in the James Bond film Thunderball! Obviously tonight Eric wants to watch it - one ...

Goodbye US, hello world, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Goodbye US, hello world

A travel blog entry by hayesbk

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... wishing away the next thirty-six hours of my life, as exciting and relaxing as they may prove to be since I am, after all, in The Bahamas, because I want to be on my way already (we all know how patient I am).  I've prepped, I've shopped, I've ...

Finally...on the ship!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Finally...on the ship!

A travel blog entry by hayesbk

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... it really hit me, that the overwhelming feeling of joy and excitement and awe washed over me, as I watched the island of the Bahamas remain put as the ship carried me and 701 other students into the Atlantic.  It was a beautiful moment, knowing that ...

New Day, New Weather! Yay!, Lyford Cay, Bahamas travel blog

New Day, New Weather! Yay!

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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Ahhhh!!! It's a NEW DAY!!! The rolling lasted for a total of about 60 hours…but it's finally gone! Since about 8am today we've enjoyed a calm harbour and beautiful sunshine and warmth again! That's what it's all about out here…taking every ...

Still in Nassau, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Still in Nassau

A travel blog entry by sandie7

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... "cold" front (not cold by Calgary standards), and made a first attempt to make our way down narrow beaches to the Nassau lighthouse. Hannah and Alix hosted a "pirate pizza party" yesterday, complete with a treasure hunt which confounded the teams (Sandie ...

Family Regatta Fun, George Town, Bahamas travel blog

Family Regatta Fun

A travel blog entry by bellavita

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... Town before 7 to 10 days of windy squally weather set in, was so we could be somewhere with facilities and also the Bahamas Family Regatta was on and we would have some pleasant activities to attend. The boats that are raced are all handmade and with ...

Bahamas, Coral Cays and Sand Banks, Bahamas, Bahamas travel blog

Bahamas, Coral Cays and Sand Banks

A travel blog entry by bellavita

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After leaving Shaz in Dominican Republic we headed for the Bahamas. Our planned destination was to be the island of Mayaguana, however our speed was a little slower than planned and our departure also a little later than planned, so we would not make ...

A day in The Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

A day in The Bahamas

A travel blog entry by hayesbk

... have done none of this, and yet it appears as if I have.  But, since that's really the only complaint I have about the Bahamas, I think we're doing okay.  It's a lovely place, really, but I feel that growing up in Las Vegas has spoiled its ...

Kid's At Last!, George Town, Bahamas travel blog

Kid's At Last!

A travel blog entry by bellavita

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... or so, when it's time to go, there will be a flood of around 300 hundred boats all pouring out to the north. Elizabeth Harbour is quite large and has many anchorages so I'm not sure where we'll all squeeze in on the way up? Our next stop ...

Atlantis found in the Bermuda Triangle!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Atlantis found in the Bermuda Triangle!

A travel blog entry by bellavita

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... a few days at Highborn Cay doing more of the same, swimming, snorkelling and relaxing we headed for the capital of the Bahamas, Nassau. Nassau is on the island of New Providence and in comparison to the others is not quite as pretty but that's probably ...

Bahama Drama, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Bahama Drama

A travel blog entry by venema

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... to know you. It’s amazing. I don’t know what I’ve been doing with my life with those American boys. Dear Bahamas, where have you been all my life? I then met another friend, Evan, who goes to University of Maryland and plays Ultimate ...

Does It Get Any Better Than This ?, Warderick Wells, Bahamas travel blog

Does It Get Any Better Than This ?

A travel blog entry by bellavita

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... get any better than this. The British Virgin Islands to date was definitely one of our favourite places in the Caribbean but the Bahamas is starting to get a hold on us. Nowhere have we been before where the water is so beautiful, the islands are not ...

Chilly Bahamas!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Chilly Bahamas!

A travel blog entry by kimberly_r

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We stopped in Nassau from 7am to 1pm...a very short day.  I had studied the weather before we left and it was supposed to be in the mid 70s and sunny so I went ahead and scheduled a snorkeling excursion with Seahorse Sail and Snorkel.  ...

Tips for Cruising Like a Pro!, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

Tips for Cruising Like a Pro!

A travel blog entry by contessa

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Many first-time cruisers experience some anxiety! I remember that feeling very well! I remember asking myself: "What should I expect? What is expected of me? Where do I go? How do I keep all of this paperwork straight?" Well, trust me, you ...

Relaxing Day at Sea, Nassau to St. Thomas, Bahamas travel blog

Relaxing Day at Sea

A travel blog entry by kimberly_r

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That morning I work up early (why is it that I always wake up earlier on vacation than I do at home?) and relaxed with my book (or nook, I should say) in the solarium.  I ate breakfast in the solarium bistro, which is a great healthy alternative to ...

The Bahamas, Nassau, Bahamas travel blog

The Bahamas

A travel blog entry by sarichka10

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