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Today was our first day on an island. Got here in the morning and took a tender (lifeboat that are hanging on the cruise ship) to the island. Princess Cays is on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas but that area of it is privately owned by Princess. It's basically a beach with an outdoor cafeteria and bar areas. it does have some private cabanas that you can rent as well. The water was just amazing, ...
... multiple decks. Several activities and excursions are available for the so-inclined: glass bottom boating, sailing, kayaking, bicycling, horseback riding and stingray snorkeling.
The water was the perfect temperature to escape the heat, gently sloping and crystal clear. Being a little sensitive to the sun, I tucked under one of the few palm shelters on the beach, while everyone ...
... it radiated up through the chain and was amplified by the structure of the boat. Rock Sound. OK, we got it. Good thing we always have a Plan B.
By the arrival of the next frontal passage due in a few days – and with another front following close behind in the forecast--we had planned for best protection to be anchored on the west side of the bay near the northwest corner. This would provide good shelter from expected strong, ...
It is a rather bizarre concept. You go on a cruise ship where every wish is catered for. You can lie out by the pool all day, if that is your thing (its not mine) and have food and drinks brought to you. Then you arrive at Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas and not only do you disembark for a day ashore but so does the crew who look after you on the ship. They continue to cater for your every ...
On Wednesday, November 28th we took advantage of forecast moderate winds from the NNE to proceed on our journey southward, sailing to Little San Salvador, only 10 nm to the ESE and easily seen from our anchorage at Light House Bay on the southern tip of Eleuthera. The direct route we could sail paralleled a relatively shallow ridge between the tip of Eleuthera and Little San Salvador and the north end of Cat Island, a short distance farther ...