Bahama Beach Club
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First stop. Supposed to spend the day on the beach. We rented a clamshell, but its quite cloudy out at 7:30 this morning. Tendered into Princess Cays. The sun was out and quite hot but there was a cool breeze. Ken swam in the ocean i waded up to my knees. Walked on a boardwalk for a good mile.We had BBQ'd lunch on beach. Lots of little shops , bought a christmas ornament. Got there about ...
Played games and went for a spa. Beautiful sunny warm day. We soaked up the sun on the day beds. The food is again fantastic. We have been going to the fancy restaurants and eating three course meals every night. We wandered around the boat doing very little and enjoying it immensely. I have read some more books. I think I am up to book ...
This island was owned by the Norwegian Cruise line. It was a lot smaller and more modern than the other islands and more purposes built. I think we were told that there is only about 16 people that live on the island. We were on the beach most of the time however it was pretty busy so went for a walk to the other side ...
From Great Guana Cay we had to take an "outside" passage. We sailed for a short time past Whale Cay which is exposed to the Atlantic side. This passage is called: The Whale.
We had good weather to do "The Whale" and then continued up to Green Turtle Cay. ...
Leaving just before high tide at 4.45pm we have no problems exiting the channel and rake a short sail around to Manjack Cay - a private island with a lovely bay for a swim. Always good to get back into fresh water after visiting marinas and sounds where water although clear can be contaminated!! Anchored next to a boat called Five Fit Flops and Eric is convinced he knows them and as they pass us in their dinghy we hear them ...