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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 ...
... Powell Point the wind increased to persistent 23-28kts (the forecast was for 15, gusting 20), and we had much more wind than we wanted. Fortunately the wind angle wasn't so close that we needed the genoa and we left it furled, leaving the main to manage against the wind on this brisk final leg. Of course, the wind slacked as soon as we got into Rock Sound Harbour as a line of clouds departed the vicinity.
We initially attempted ...
... at the beach! Along with the staff also comes all the food and drinks you will eat that day and the band to entertain.
Further there are differing levels of beach cabanas you can hire for hundreds of dollars decked out with fridges, lounge chairs and French champagne for you, if you really need the status and have extremely deep pockets. Why would you need these cabanas, I wonder, for ...
... East, separating the deep waters of the Atlantic and the Exuma Sound. This shallow "bridge" between Eleuthera and Little San Salvador is appropriately named on charts as The Bridge. It's not that shallow, with the least depths charted to be 13 meters away from the shores, and up to 20 meters. It's deep enough to be commonly used by commercial shipping as a route between the Atlantic Ocean and Exuma Sound without having to go all the way around ...